A very nice tritoon with a fuel injected 300 HP V-8
Dual Bimini tops and rear boarding ladder
Great running and well maintained boat.
Storage monster and seating for 12. Capacity plate says up to 16 see pics
Front and rear boarding ladders.
Walk through transom
Well serviced, a great running fun
Ok , here goes my spiel, lol.
As basic equipment, I always have 13 adult life preservers and all the rest of the required USCG safety equipment.
I also include a basic tool kit with many handy items.
A small first aid kit is also there.
Now for the “extras”.
1- monster Bluetooth stereo. It’s on wheels and can be used on the boat and on the beach. Fully charged with 100 hours LOUD playing time.
2- large ice chest, full of ice and a case of water in it.
3- pull behind tube and tow line.
4- 12’ Lilly pad (floating island)
5- 4 low profile beach chairs.
6- fishing poles and basic tackle box (you’ll need a fishing license that I can’t provide)
7- snorkel, fins and mask (sizes limited)
8- complete anchor set up.
9- beach horseshoe set up.
10- boogie boards.
11- wakeboard and ski rope.
12- waterski and ski rope.
These above items, are all provided at no charge, but, they must be requested.
Now, some information that I need from you ;
How many adults ?
How many kids 12 and under ?
Any toddlers ?
Any infants ?
I will need all the weights of the kids 12 and under. They have to wear a life jacket at all times, when on the boat. We need to fit them well and comfortable. I will provide those life jackets, but I need good information.
I also have some universal ski jackets that fit from small to large adults.
If you need XL, XXL or XXXL let me know. The normal “red” May West style vests are fine to save lives and stay legal, but uncomfortable if you’re gonna ride the “tube “.
I deliver the boat full of fuel, 85 gallons. Most renters burn less than half that in a day. But I wouldn’t go out the second day on a half tank. Cutting it too close.
At the end of the rental. You have 3 options for fuel replacement.
1- fill up at the dock for $8.50 a gallon.
2- pay through the site and take it off you deposit at $8.00
3- we look at the gauge. Each quarter of a tank is 21 gallons. You and I estimate where the needle is and then you pay me direct $5 a gallon.