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What to know about renting a boat in Marco Island, Florida

The area has been coined as magical and captivating due to its tropical beaches and climates that surround the island, so it's casual and relaxing beach lifestyle makes it perfect for finding a boat rental in Marco Island with a variety of watercrafts to choose from.

Given the large area of water in Marco Island, there are numerous water activities for boaters to enjoy. Explore the island via kayak, canoe or paddleboard or rent a powerboat and go water skiing. Tigertail Beach Park has a tidal lagoon, popular for kayaking and paddleboarding. Or if you are more interested in relaxing on a boat for a day, there are options to charter a sailboat and go on a private sailing cruise.

If you are looking for a smaller craft, rent a center console or bowrider, which is perfect for a fishing excursion and searching for marine life that fill the gulf in the surrounding areas. During the Summer months, expect to catch jewfish, barracuda, mangrove snappers, and red grouper. During the Winter season, you can fish for black grouper, flounder, king mackerel, and tripe. The temperate water of the Gulf of Mexico makes it perfect for a great all year round environment to fish for a large number of catchable fish.

About Marco Island

Being known as the barrier island on the Gulf of Mexico— off of the Southwest of Florida— Marco Island in Florida is home to resorts, marinas, beaches, and outdoor activities for locals and visitors alike. What seems like a never ending shore of white sandy beaches is what covers most of the west coast, with hotels and golf courses in the south. Relax on the shores and search for seashells, book a spa day on a hotel resort, or head out on the course for a game of golf. If you want to spend few days exploring Florida’s natural beauty, you can book a boat and tour the Everglades or go out on a nature hike and see what Rookery Bay Reserve has to offer. The island connects to the mainland by bridges south of the city of Naples and has a network of waterways, which makes the trip to Marco Island easily accessible by bus, car, or boat.