Want to fish, see the sights, or just hang out with friends? Our 24 ft Pontoon Boat is the perfect fit. Up to 10 people per boat fully equipped with built in coolers, CD player/Radio, Garmin GPS Plotter, large seating area with table and canopy. This trip is a great way to relax in the Currituck Sound. We offer 2 hour, 4 hour, and full day rentals. Our dock facility also allows you to board the Pontoon Boat without getting into the water and is handicap accessible. There are bathrooms on site.
General Pontoon questions/answers:
1. How old do I have to be to ride on the Pontoon Boat? – Any age can ride.
2. How old do I have to be to rent a Pontoon Boat? – You have to be 18 yrs of age.
3. How old do I have to be to drive the Pontoon Boat? – You have to be 18yrs of age.
4. Do I need to make a reservation? – No. You do not need to make a reservation. Walkups are welcome. However we do recommend that you make reservations in advance as we tend to book up quickly throughout the week. You can make a reservation up to 1 year in advance.
5. What should I wear? – We recommend wearing a bathing suit or you may also wear whatever is most comfortable.
6. What should I bring? – You can bring coolers ie… Sunscreen, towel and anything else you would like to bring for a day on the water.
7. Is there an extra charge for fuel? – No. Fuel is already calculated into the price of the rental.
8. What time should I show up? – You should arrive 30 Minutes prior to your reservations.
9. How do I pay for my rental? – At the time you make the reservation we will hold it with a major credit card. The card will not be charged at that time. You can pay cash or credit at the time of arrival.
10. Where Can I take the Pontoon Boat? – Our experienced crew and staff will explain where you can operate safely. We also have a Garmin colored chart plotter on board the vessel which will provide to you an outlined operating area.
11. Can I fish? – Yes. However; NC Wildlife requires that you have a fishing license; you can purchase a temporary fishing license from http://www.ncwildlife.org/Fishing .