Pontoon Boat FAQ

Who drives the pontoon boat?

You do! All you need to drive is a valid photo ID proving that you are 18 or older. We provide a boater’s safety course to instruct you about how to drive safely on the water, but don’t worry, it’s a lot easier than it sounds.

What’s the maximum capacity for the pontoons?

Our boats accommodate up to 10 people.

Can we use the pontoon boats to tube or fish?

Yes, please feel free! We rent tubes and fishing equipment as well as bait. If you don’t bring the supplies, rest assured that we will have the right equipment for you to rent. If you decide to fish, all of our vessels are equipped with up-to-date fishing licenses.

Where can we take the pontoons?

The pontoons can be used anywhere in the bay! This means that you can visit any of the smaller islands or restaurants/bars with docks. Unfortunately, rental craft are not permitted in the ocean but there’s plenty to keep you entertained for however long you rent the boat!

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"We booked a parasailing trip with a large group in July and had an amazing experience. You have awesome staff, great boats and make sure everyone is enjoying themselves. We went up to 800 and loved it. I was just over three months pregnant and the staff were great! Cannot wait to come back."
- Missystr from TripAdvisor
“Great option for those that want a day on the bay and don’t own a boat. They do a good job servicing customers and the boats were safe and clean. Nice job!"
- HauntFan1031 from TripAdvisor
“We did a back bay fishing for fluke in August. The trip was a bit over 2 hours. The timing was just long enough without getting to crazed. Bait and tackle was provided as part of the cost. Soda, beer and chips are available for purchase, but you can bring your own. Calm waters, little to no chance of getting motion sickness. A few people caught sea robins, blow fish, several fluke with 1 keeper. The boat was a pontoon type with a cover to keep you in the shade if you wish. I would recommend this trip”
- r8humiston from TripAdvisor
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Come aboard the “Navy Seal Style” Rib Boat to see dolphins and wild ponies!
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Flounder Pounder is calling your name. Cast your lines and reel in some keepers!
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Grab your friends and spend the day riding through the Assawoman Bay!
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