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Power for $500 per day in Riverview, FL This boat is perfect for visiting many nearby islands, heading to downtown St. Pete or Tampa, or heading further south to Anna Maria beach. We typically launch from William's Boat Ramp off 41 where you are less than 10 miles away from many great destinations, and with twin 180hp engines, this boat will have you where you want to go in no time! 2022 21ft Yamaha jet boat in Maximo Marina boat ramp in St. Petersburg, FL. Brand new boat with top of the line GPS system. Also fully insured!! Some boating experience and Florida boat license required per regulations. $300 deposit for any damages, cleaning, and fuel cost. Additional rental contract signed day of rental. Boat will be delivered full of fuel and will be filled back of after rental. Cost for fuel will be taken out of the renters Deposit along with any cleaning fees that may occur. What to expect: Island hopping and shelling: Fort De Soto: Fort De Soto is the largest park in Pinellas County and sits on the southern end of St Petersburg. Anchor at The Cove on the east side. Avoid an unnecessary ticket and remember that boats can not be tied to mangroves or any other vegetation in the area. Shell Key (North side of Fort De Soto): Perfect for finding sand dollars along the shallow waters. The north end of Shell Key, near the Pass-a-Grille Channel offers picturesque views and protected beaches. It’s also one of the busier areas of the beach. To escape the crowd, head toward the south channel near Fort De Soto Park. Beer Can Island (Pine Island Key): The island is privately owned and is equipped with numerous amenities, such as inflatable waterslides, a tiki bar, and restrooms. The main tiki bar area is on the southern tip of the island. We recommend looking to anchor along the northeast side to avoid the wind and make your return back north (to Tampa) easier. Egmont Key: Egmont Key is one of Florida's beautiful historic landmarks that is only accessible by boat. It once served as a camp for captured Seminole Indians after the Third Seminole War and later Fort Dade was built on the island as the Spanish American War was encroaching. It now serves primarily as a wildlife refuge and escape for those looking not only to experience history but also to escape to its pristine beaches. Information about island details from wave boating website. We will meet at boat ramp on agreed upon set date and time. Instruction and vessel operation will be reviewed. Once documents are signed, your rental will begin. Boat will be delivered full of fuel and will be filled back of after rental. Cost for fuel will be taken out of the renters Deposit along with any cleaning fees that may occur. Please include a brief description of your group for life jacket fitting and any relevant experience you may have operating similar vessels. Cooler is available free of charge. Food and drinks are allowed on board, but we do ask that eating or drinking is kept to a minimum while the boat is underway. There will be plenty of time to do so once you are anchored on the sandbar. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Send Booking Inquiry” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
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Deposit required $300 for any damages that may occur and fuel cost. No pets allowed. - We will meet you at the launch location, get you set up with boat operation and safety instructions, and get you on your way! At the end of the rental, we will meet you back at the launch location at the agreed-upon time. 1. Inspection of Equipment. Boat owner certifies that the boat and motor are in good mechanical and physical condition. Any known damage or problems will be listed on this rental agreement. Renter will inspect the boat prior to use and leases the same without any representations by boat owner. If Equipment has damage or problems not listed on this agreement, Renter must notify the boat owner before use of the boat begins and on the first day of rental. 2. Life Jackets. Any person under the age of 6 must wear a life jacket at all times while on the boat. 3. Renter Warranties and Representations. Renter represents and warrants the following: a. That he/she acknowledges all laws governing operation of the boat and that he/she will comply with the laws and regulations at all times; b. That he/she is adequately familiar with the operation of the boat; c. That he/she will operate the boat in a safe manner at all times; d. That he/she understands the operation of the boat involves risks and that he/she assumes all liability associated with the operation of the boat. 4. Release and Waiver of Claims. Renter does hereby remise, release, and forever discharge Boat Owner, Boat Owner’s agents, servants, successors, heirs, executors, administrators and personal representatives, of and from all, and all manner of, actions, causes of action, suits, proceedings, debts, dues, contracts, judgments, damages, claims, and demands whatsoever in law or equity, which Renter ever had, now has, or which Renter’s heirs, executors, administrators or personal representatives hereafter can, shall, or may have for or by reason of any matter, cause, or thing whatsoever arising out of this Agreement; out of the use (misuse, or abuse) of the Boat; or in any way arising out of the rental relationship between Renter and Boat Owner. 5. Indemnification. Renter hereby expressly agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Boat Owner, Boat Owner’s agents, servants, successors, heirs, executors, administrators and personal representatives against all suits, actions, claims, demands, or damages that arise out of Renter’s use, misuse or abuse of the Boat.