Your Boat License in Florida – Rules and Regulations

For many visitors, boating is the ultimate way to experience Florida’s turquoise waters and exotic little islands. Luckily, with a little preparation, anybody can drive a boat in Florida. In some cases, you do not even need a special license. In this article you will learn how the boating regulations work and what you should know before starting your trip on Florida’s waterways.

Bayliner VR6

Our Bayliner VR6 is a nice Bowrider equipped with a 200hp Mercruiser I/O and guarantees a Fun Day on the Water. The Boat which its 22ft length offers room for up to 10 People and a variety of seating for sunbathing or just simple relaxing. The big swim platform at the back is equipped with a latter for easy access to the water and is a great play area for kids. A build in cooler will keep your drinks ice cold when you are ready to take a break in the shade under the large bimini top.

Sea Ray 220 Sun Deck

The SeaRay 220 which its 260hp, 5.0l Mercruiser I/O engine is one of our fastest Boats in the Fleet. The 22ft length offers room for up to 8 People. The Boat is made for an easy access to the water through its large swim platform and a beautiful sunbathing lounge at the back.
A build in cooler will keep your drinks ice cold when you are ready to take a break in the shade under the bimini top.

Hurricane 217

The Hurricane 217 is equipped with a 150hp Yamaha Outboard engine. Which its 21ft length it makes room for up to 10 People. The large deck is roomie and offers a variety of seating in the front and back. The build in Table in the back comes in handy for a lunch break and some ice-cold drinks out of the build in cooler. For easy access to the water the Hurricane 217 is equipped with swim ladders in the front and back of the boat.

Hurricane 237

The 225hp Yamaha Outboard engine on our biggest boat and guarantees a fun day on the water even with a larger group of people. The Boat which its 24ft length has room for up to 12 People. It offers plenty of storage and the build in Table in the back comes in handy for a lunch break and some ice-cold drinks out of the build in cooler. For easy access to the water the Hurricane 237 is equipped with swim ladders in the front and back of the boat.

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