Explore West Palm Beach Boat Rental and Tour Options
Located just north of Miami in Palm Beach County, the tropical climate, beautiful waterways and bustling port of West Palm Beach, Florida make it a prime travel destination. Travelers can’t help but be drawn to the inlets, waterways and coastal attractions of this Atlantic location.
One of the best ways to explore West Palm Beach and the surrounding areas of Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Palm Springs and Jupiter is by boat. Don’t own a boat? No problem. The area is filled with boat rental and water tours options. All you have to do is show up. Well, you might want to bring a swimsuit and some sunscreen, but you probably already knew that.
Loxahatchee Everglades Tours and West Palm Beach Airboat Rides offer airboat tours of the Everglades where you’ll see turtles, fish, birds and perhaps even the infamous Florida gator. The wetlands, marsh and swamp habitats of the Florida Everglades feature some of the most diverse plant and animal life in the world. By all means, hold on and stay in the boat!
Fireworks cruises and catamaran snorkel and sailing trips take place out of Singer Island and West Palm Beach. Spend the day exploring the parks, marinas and white sand beaches of Singer Island.
Rent a boat for the day and cruise down the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) or snorkel, dive, fish, waterski and sightsee along the coastal regions of South Florida. Visit the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse or the Gulf Stream and barrier islands of Delray Beach. The Delray Wreck sunken steamship is a popular spot for snorkeling and diving.
A new option other than the traditional method of renting from a fleet of boats at a marina is the concept of boat sharing or renting. Peer to peer boating sharing companies like Boatsetter allow private boat owners to list their boats online and connect with individuals who want to rent the boat of their choice. This new and unique concept allows the renter to choose from a large variety of boat makes and models. With a captain included on your boat cruise, there is no limit to what you can do – no boating knowledge needed.