Pontoon Boat Rentals
$285* for half day (4 hours)
$400* for full day (8 hours)
$385* for half day (4 hours)
$500* for full day (8 hours)
Pontoon Boat Rentals
If you are on beach vacation along the Gulf of Mexico, renting a pontoon boat is an excellent way to spend the day on the water. Pontoon boats are often referred to as “party boats,” and can hold up to fourteen people. They’re large, stable, and a perfect choice for a leisurely day on the water. We’ll provide you with maps, safety training, and a temporary boaters license so you can navigate the bays and coves scattered along the coast with complete freedom and no worries. Drift the bay along the coastlines of Orange Beach to see the white sands from afloat, or venture not far to see the islands and bays in the Gulf Shores and Perdido Key area.
We recommend heading to one of our three stunning islands: Bird Island, Robinson Island, and Rabbit Island. It’s just a short ride from our rental facility and your boat will have a tank full of fuel to ensure you can see as much as of the islands as you’d like. Each rental comes with life jackets for adult, children, and infants. We also have a mixed fleet of boats with slides and without to help with the preferences of your passengers. If you would like to reserve a boat, you can easily book online and we will have it waiting at the docks for you when you arrive.
Due you have Boats with slides?
Yes. We have a mixed fleet of slide and non-slide leisure Pontoon Boats.
How many people do the boats hold?
8 – 15 people each.
Do you allow coolers?
Yes. Coolers are allowed on all boats.
Do you need a license?
No. Chute for the Skye will supply the license.
Do you have drivers?
We offer captains upon request with 1 week notice.
Do you have maps of the surrounding area?
Yes. Chute for the Skye will supply maps.
Does the boat come with fuel?
Yes. Chute for the Skye provides a full tank. Please ask one of our team members which fuel to use as you are required to replace at the dock.
Do your boats come with life jackets?
Yes. We have life jackets on every boat (for adults, small children and infants).
What time due boats have to be in by?
All boats must be in by 6:00 pm (Summer hours only).