Discover Tampa With Florida Private Boat Rental

Whether you want to sail along the urban skyline of downtown Tampa or venture into the crystal clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico, a half-day or full-day boat rental is a great way to discover all that the Gulf Coast of Tampa, Florida has to offer. Explore the best beaches and parks on your next visit!  

Tampa Bay 

 Here lies the Courtney Campbell Causeway linking Tampa Bay to magnificent sandy Clearwater beaches.  

Several types of sea creatures have made their home among the mangroves and rocks that line this scenic causeway. Stop at a small beach, drop anchor for a picnic, sail to a seaside restaurant, or enjoy the sparkling lights of Tampa’s nighttime horizon reflected on the water. It even includes a couple of public boating slips along the shoreline.  

Caladesi State Park 

 Accessible by ferry or boat, Caladesi State Park is located near Clearwater Beach. It has been on the prestigious list of America’s best beaches at least once or twice. Snorkeling, swimming and sunbathing are very popular, as is relaxing in a peaceful setting. 

 Egmont Key State Park  

Discover local history by renting a yacht in the Tampa area. Situated in the heart of Tampa Bay in St. Petersburg, Florida, Egmont Key State Park is accessible only by boat. This peaceful area was used as a camp during the Third Seminole War and was occupied by the Union Navy during the American Civil War. There is a lighthouse, dating from about 1858, and a historic fort on the island. Nature lovers can also find a wildlife refuge where lucky visitors can spot turtles, hummingbirds, and a variety of seabirds.  

Tarpon Springs 

Exit Tampa Bay and head north to Tarpon Springs for a fun-filled day trip, complete with a healthy dose of Greek culture, cuisine, and history. The town of Tarpon Springs specializes in sponge diving and offers a marina, water sports, dolphin watching, and picnics along the white sandy beaches. You can watch boats filled with fresh sponge catch stopping at the docks and admire the statues dedicated to the sponge industry on the waterfront. Gift stores, authentic Greek restaurants, cafes, and more pastries than you can pronounce are located along the Dodecanese Boulevard. This picturesque community was even part of Mike Rowe’s television show “Dirty Jobs” on the Discovery Channel. Sponges are very smelly when they start to die. We will take Mike Rowe’s word for it.  

St. Pete’s Beach  

Sea fishing is available year-round in the St. Pete Beach and Clearwater area. St. Pete Beach and Clearwater. Take a Tampa Florida boat rental and go tarpon, Spanish mackerel, or kingfish fishing. Divers can spend days exploring the artificial reef system of wrecks and sunken tanks in the area. Bombing is also important along the soft sandy beaches of St. Pete Beach. 

Florida Private Boat Rental: Discover Tampa

The Tampa Bay area has something for virtually everyone, and if variety is what you are looking for, this is your destination.  

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