Country
United States
State
Florida
City
Clearwater
Body Of Water
Clearwater Pass
DolphinWatch





Boat #: 807 Facility #: 490
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Boat Details

Boat Name: DolphinWatch

Make: MacGregor

Model: 26M

Length: Feet

Passengers: 4

Captain or Guide available for hire: No

Boat Description

This will be the highlight of your vacation in the Clearwater area. You take the helm! It is very easy to sail. It comes with one experienced deck hand onboard the entire time (free--no charge). Go anywhere you want. Custom plan your day with the family or friends--it's your boat for the whole day. Take it to a tiny secluded island. Stop along the way for a nice refreshing swim. You will likely see dolphin so have your camera ready. This boat is USCG rated for 6 people total, however we limit the rental to 4 guests and one deck hand for a maximum total of 5 on board. Plenty of room for all. Equipped with Auto Pilot; Chart Plotter; Depth Finder; Fish Finder; VHF Radio; and Deck Hand. This boat has retractable center board, motor and rudders. When in the fully up position, it has a 24" draft so you can motor it right up to within 'walking distance' of a nice secluded island.

WeekdayWeekendHolidayHours
Full day price:250.00250.00350.009:00 AM TO 5:00 PM
Half day am price:150.00150.00200.009:00 AM TO 1:00 PM
Half day pm price:150.00150.00200.001:00 PM TO 5:00 PM


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Rental Details

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Owner #: Lee

Tax Rates:6.00%

Reservation Deposit: $50% to reserve; 50% due at departure

Security Deposit: $500

Cancellation Policy:Cancel any time up to within two hours of departure.

Area and Attractions:

The Gulf of Mexico and the Intracoastal is yours to explore. Sail at random or pick your own special destination. It's entirely up to you, or let us make some suggestions.... Head north on the Gulf from Clearwater Pass and stop at any of the many secluded beaches along the way: Caladesi; North Honeymoon; Three Rooker Bar; Anclote Keys; Rapp Island If the wind is right you can sail the Intracoastal channel and stop at any of the many dock-and-dine restaurants along the way. Or stow the sails and motor through the shallows. There is much to explore.



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