Q. What do I need to rent a boat?
A. All you need to rent is a driver’s license, major credit card, previous boating experience and be at least 25 years of age. Those born on or after January 1st, 1988 must also have a Boater Safety ID card.
Q. Are reservations required?
A. We require at least a one hour notice but recommend making advance reservations for weekends or holidays.
Q. What if I have no boating experience?
A. Daily Boat Rental would be happy to recommend one of many local captains who offer their captaining services or private one on one training courses by appointment (for additional cost). Each rental is also given a vessel orientation before they use any of our boats.
Q. What is included in the rental?
A. All the boats have bimini tops, CD players & radios, ice & a cooler and all the safety equipment that you need. We also go over a chart of the local waterways with you before you leave the docks.
Q. Is fuel included?
A. Yes! Up to one full tank is included.
Q. Is insurance included?
A. Yes! In the unfortunate case of an accident, you are only liable for up to the insurance deductible of $3500.
Q. What are the cruising limits?
A. Limits are North to Boynton Inlet and South to Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale inlet) and a maximum of 1 mile offshore if ocean use is permitted. The Keys and the Bahamas are off-limits.
Q. Do you offer any membership plans?
Q. Do you offer overnight or weekly rentals?
A. Yes, we offer extended overnight rentals for anywhere from three to ten days. Additional terms and conditions apply.