Frequently Asked Questions

Please have a look at our frequently asked questions.

Everyone older than 25 can rent with us ↓but read this↓

  • If you you were born on or after January 1st, 1988, you must have Florida Boating Safety Course and a valid ID. If you are older you just need a valid ID. Everyone older than 25 can rent with us.

Click the link below to take a quick online course for Florida Boating Safety:

With each rental, before you use any of our boats, we provide a vessel orientation, safety instructions and many local tips with little map.

Here is the pick up address of your boat.

(we do not accept walk-ins, we take only scheduled reservations through the website)

Rickenbacker Marina
3301 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami,FL 3314

Please do not forget to bring with you a fully charged mobile phone and your ID

Yes, but no glass and not an excessive amount. Any passenger on the boat is not allowed to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Management will determine what is allowed. Do not drive under the influence. We want you to have a good time but safe time. Boating and alcohol can be a dangerous combo.
In checkout there is the “boat preparation, intruction and gas fee” depending on your rental time. Every boat needs to be prepared, cleaned, refilled with gas, tested and properly instructed to you before you leave the dock. That requires time and work so please be respectul to our schedule and operation times.
Yes. Your credit card will be charged $500 security deposit 72hours before the rental starts. If you return the boat in same condition, on time and no damage, your deposit will be refunded back to your card 48 hours after the rental depending on your banking institution.

You have to bring water, fully charged cell phone and credit card (same Credit card that you used for your rental) for security deposit authorization.

You can wear swimsuit, bring a towel and sun lotion (please bring one that does not leave stains on upholstery and helm, it’ s very hard to clean and we might charge you for extra cleaning)

Florida boating law:

A person who was born on or after January 1st, 1988, must have completed Florida boating safety course approved by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) or passed an approved equivalency exam to operate a vessel powered by a motor of 10 horsepower or greater (including PWCs)

If you are older you need only ID.

If you are younger take a quick online course here:

Some people can do it in 30min…test yourself and you can learn something about boating!

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