Pompano Beach Boat Rentals
About Pompano Beach
Pompano Beach is a city in Florida, north of Fort Lauderdale. It’s about an hour drive from Miami. It’s a great destination for families and travelers looking for a quieter beach destination. It's generally more economical than nearby Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale or Miami. Pompano Beach has miles of sandy beaches with warm waters year-round. If you look up in the sky while sunbathing, you may see the iconic Goodyear blimp cruising through the sky.
The best time of year to visit Pompano Beach during the spring or late autumn. The summer in Pompano Beach can be unbearably hot and it’s hurricane season and has the most rainfall. During the spring, temperatures are warm and pleasant, with minimal rainfall. It will be hot and sunny so you can enjoy your time on the beach and in the water.
The easiest way to get to Pompano Beach is to fly into Fort Lauderdale and drive (about 25 minutes). You can catch a flight to Miami and drive an hour north to reach Pompano Beach.
Boat Rentals in Pompano Beach
Renting a boat in Pompano Beach is a fantastic way to spend a day (or a whole week!) of your vacation. From powerboat rentals to kayaks, there’s something for every group and budget available in Pompano Beach. You can enjoy cruising in the Intracoastal Waterway or take it out into the Atlantic Ocean.
For a pleasant day of cruising, check out powerboat rentals available in Pompano Beach. Renting a boat with a sundeck is the best way to work on your tan! Cruise around and explore the coastline of Pompano Beach from a new perspective. You can rent a motor yacht on your own or hire a captain to take you to the best destinations in the area. Be sure to stop for a swim to cool off!
A popular boating choice for visitors to Pompano Beach is a full-service fishing charter. Enjoy a few hours of fishing off the coast on a boat, with a crew that will filet the fish for you! Fishing charter captains are professionals with knowledge of the best fishing spots that will guarantee you reel in a good one on your trip. All equipment, bait, and tackle are included on most fishing charters leaving from Pompano Beach.
Paddle sports are a great choice for active travelers visiting Pompano Beach. If you like to fit in some exercise while on vacation, rent a stand-up paddleboard or a kayak and spend a day exploring the Intracoastal Waterway and the coastline of Pompano Beach. Paddle around mangroves and get a great upper body workout while enjoying the sun in Pompano Beach.
Watersports are a fantastic way for thrill-seekers to enjoy all that Pompano Beach has to offer. Scuba diving trips in Pompano Beach are awesome. There’s a huge variety of dive sites around Pompano Beach, including wrecks and reef lines. Scuba charters will give you the option of trying drift dives, night dives, or snorkeling if you’d rather stay at the surface. Check out all the marine life and beauty beneath the surface. Another watersport you can try while on vacation in Pompano Beach is kiteboarding. Due to the consistent winds off the beach, this is a popular choice for many visitors. Rent some equipment or take a lesson to learn from the pros!
If you have a need for speed, jet ski rentals are the perfect choice to get an adrenaline rush. Climb on a Waverunner and fly through the waves, it's sure to be an experience you'll never forget.
Boating Events in Pompano Beach
A unique boating event that gets the community of Pompano Beach involved is the Nautical Flea Market. It’s a giant resale market with boats, boating equipment, water sports equipment, and many more nautical products. Over 200 vendors sell at the event, and you can find both used and new products.
Other Things To Do
While on land in Pompano Beach, there are a few things worth checking out. The Butterfly World Botanical Garden in Pompano Beach is a unique experience. It’s the largest butterfly park in the world and is fun for both kids and adults.
The Hillsboro Inlet and its lighthouse are iconic landmarks in Pompano Beach you’ll want to check out while you’re over there. The inlet is the starting point for the Intracoastal Waterway. You can take a tour of the lighthouse or walk around the shoreline and admire the views.
For nature enthusiasts, there are several state parks that you can explore while staying in Pompano Beach. Quiet Waters Park and Deerfield Island Park are two of the more popular parks. These spots have nature reserves, mangroves, and boardwalks that will take you through gorgeous trails.
For golf enthusiasts, be sure to spend a day on the green at the Greg Norman Signature Pines Golf Course. There is an on-site restaurant and it’s an appropriate course for golfers of all skill levels.
Marinas in Pompano Beach
There are many marinas in Pompano Beach. A few of the top choices for boaters include Sands Harbor Resort and Marina, Aquamarina Hidden Harbor, Boathouse Marine Center and Lighthouse Point Marina. The marinas in Pompano Beach offer clean facilities and helpful staff who can help you plan your boating excursions. They give you access to both the open ocean and the Intracoastal waterways.