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Florida Everglades Boating and Marinas

Boat Rentals at Naples Bay Resort

 

Address:
1500 Fifth Avenue South
Naples, Florida
34102

Phone:
239-530-5134

We would love to celebrate life with you! Take your family on the adventure of a lifetime discovering Naples from the water. Enjoy a picnic lunch, sugar sand beaches, shelling and swimming on Keewaydin Island. Escape to a private beach for a romantic wedding proposal, wedding parties, birthdays, anniversaries, and many other life events. Cruise down to Marco Island for lunch at a water side restaurant
Observe nature at its finest: dolphins dancing in the wake of the boat, manatees grazing nearby, osprey, egrets and heron nesting and scouting for their next meal.
It is your day on the water, your schedule and your pace. Take home an experience that most others don't have....Naples on the water.

Everglades Backcountry Experience

 

Address:

Everglades, Florida

Phone:
239-695-4626
Email:
captrodney@centurylink.net


Fishing and backcountry excursions with Capt. Rodney Raffield. Enjoy the beauty and wildlife of the Everglades on a unique fishing trip through the 10,000 Islands and Everglades with a 4th generation native guide. Capt. Rodney Raffield will take you to places unknown by most.
Our trips leave from historic Chokoloskee Island at the end of West Chokoloskee Drive.

Everglades Island Boat Tours

 

Address:
929 Dupont Street
Everglades City, FL
34139

Phone:
239-
Email:
evergladeairboat@aol.com


Small Airboats with Native guides. The Only Airboat Ride that gives you a choice ...Back Country or Open Water to a Private Island

Port of the Islands Marina

 

Address:
123 Main Street
Naples, Florida
34114

Phone:
239-525 Newport Drive
Email:
info@PortoftheIslandsMarina.com


The Port of the Islands Marina is a boater's paradise with direct access not only to the Gulf of Mexico, but also to the Ten Thousand Islands, the famed backwaters of the Everglades.

Everglades Rentals and Eco Adventures

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Address:
800 S E Copeland
Everglades City, FL
33929

Phone:
239-695-4666
Fax:
239-


Within minutes you can canoe into the northwest corner of the worlds most scenic wilderness waterways to explore beaches, tree covered canals and bird populated estuaries. Rent a canoe or kayak to experience the Everglades on your own or arrange for fully outfitted, guided wilderness adventures. Everglades adventure trips, kayak, canoe, equipment rentals and bicycle rentals.

Shurr Adventures

 

Address:

Everglades City and Chokoloskee Bay
Florida

Phone:
239-695-2576
or
1-877-45-KAYAK

No experience necessary! Guided Kayak Eco-Trips in Everglades National Park or Big Cypress Preserve with a small family owned business. Follow your guides Justin and Alli through mangrove tunnels past wading birds and alligators or explore the 10,000 islands in search of dolphins and manatees. Join us for a combo trip and see both ecosystems in one day! We are certified Florida master naturalists. Join us and feel like you are paddling with friends!

Speedy's Airboat Tours

 

Address:
621 Begonia Street
Everglades City, FL
33929

Phone:
239-695-4448


Experience the Florida Everglades on our unique 6 passenger airboats! The only airboats in Everglades City with elevated seating for better visibility! You will be amazed by the wonders of the Everglades as you travel from the Mangrove Jungles onto the sawgrass prairies. Only on the true airboats can you experience both!

Boating Courtesy

Boating courtesy is just common sense. Imagine what you would want from other boaters if you were fishing in any spot. Today, many people are discovering the joys of boating and being out on the water. Share the same boating courtesy you would expect from other people....read more about boating courtesy »

Nautical Safety

Two other less formal rules for nautical safety have helped prevent mishaps and embarrassments. The clear visibility rule implies that if you donít think the crew of the other boat can see you due to weather or whatever reason, give way regardless of who is technically responsible. The gross tonnage rule means give way to vessels that are much larger than yours, for obvious reasons.

Proper boat maintenance, effective floatation devices and knowledge of signals are also important to the boating experience. Be aware of the weather. Fog can hide other boats. Keep your cool and follow the rules....read more about nautical safety »