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The Ultimate Catamaran Kayak: W720 – A Revolution in Stability and Adventure

Are you ready to embark on an extraordinary kayaking adventure? Look no further than the W720, the pinnacle of innovation in the world of kayaks. This incredible catamaran kayak skiff combines unparalleled stability, versatility, and performance to offer you an unmatched experience on the water.

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Unleashing the W720: Unraveling the Wonders of Stability

The freedom to paddle or drive: unleash your inner explorer, unleash your wanderlust: endless possibilities for exploration, w720 carrying capacity and draft: a world of possibilities, gear up and set sail: onboard storage for your adventures, experience the thrill of speed: performance that leaves others in the wake, unmatched durability and craftsmanship: made in the usa, unlock limitless possibilities with the w720.

The W720 is not just your ordinary kayak – it’s a game-changer. Imagine gliding effortlessly through the water, feeling as stable as if you were aboard a small fishing boat. While not as stable as the S4 microskiff, the W720 surpasses any conventional kayak, setting a new standard in stability and seaworthiness.

With the W720, you have the flexibility to paddle or drive, ensuring an adventure tailored to your desires. You can choose to cruise in comfort, sitting on the ergonomic saddle-seat, or stand up and take in the breathtaking surroundings. This versatile vessel can carry a maximum payload of 400 lbs, making it perfect for solo journeys or accommodating a crew of two adult passengers and their gear.

The W720 is your ticket to discovering hidden gems and remote destinations. Its lightweight design allows for easy cartopping, meaning you can launch, drive, paddle, and beach anywhere your heart desires. Whether you’re touring calm waters, exploring protected bays, or venturing into estuaries, the W720 is your trusted companion, ready to transport you to new horizons.

Unveiling the W720: Features, Benefits, and Pricing

Let’s delve into the specifications of this remarkable vessel. The W720 boasts an impressive total length of 12’10” and a total boat width (beam) of 31″. With a hull width of 9″ per hull, it guarantees stability and performance like no other. The W720 even comes with a transom motor mount, allowing you to equip it with a 3 HP motor for enhanced power and maneuverability.

The W720’s generous carrying capacity of 400 lbs opens up endless opportunities. You can comfortably accommodate two adult paddlers or anglers, along with their gear. Even with the additional weight of a child, the W720 remains steady and secure, thanks to its innovative design.

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No need to worry about leaving anything behind. The W720 offers an abundance of onboard storage space, totaling a whopping 20.5 cubic ft (153 gallons, 580 liters). This incredible volume allows you to bring along all your essential gear, ensuring you’re fully prepared for any adventure that comes your way. Plus, with the watertight saddle providing 180 lbs of positive buoyancy, your equipment stays safe and dry.

Whether you choose to paddle or drive, the W720 is sure to impress with its speed and agility. Powered by a tandem crew or a strong paddler, it’s significantly faster than traditional kayaks. When equipped with a 3 HP outboard motor, the W720 can reach speeds of up to 10 mph, ensuring a thrilling experience on the water.

When you invest in the W720, you’re investing in the highest quality. Made from durable High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE), this kayak-skiff is built to withstand the test of time. What’s more, all Wavewalk products are proudly made in the USA, guaranteeing exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail.

The W720 is not just a kayak-skiff – it’s a doorway to endless adventures. Whether you’re an avid angler, a nature enthusiast, or a thrill-seeker, the W720 catamaran kayak-skiff will exceed your expectations. Unleash your wanderlust, explore uncharted waters, and experience unrivaled stability and performance.

To embark on your next great adventure, visit UpStreamPaddle and unlock the boundless world of the W720 kayak-skiff.

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W720 Kayak Skiff Specs

W700-M kayak-Skiff

The 2024 W720 Catamaran Kayak Skiff is the new model from Wavewalk’s W700 series.

W720 classification.

The W720 is classified as a Kayak. This means that if you motorize your W720 you will register it as a motorized kayak, and neither as a boat (monohull) nor as a multihull boat, such as the S4.

2024 W720 Colors

The 2024 W720 is offered in Gator Green, which is a dark, drab, khaki-style green such as typically seen in Jon boats and airboats.  It’s a color that blends well with surrounding vegetation, and as such best serves applications such as inland fishing, wildlife photography, and duck hunting. We also offer the W720 in White.

W720 Features

The W720 Kayak Skiff features the same HDPE catamaran twin-hull, spacious cockpit, and watertight, jet-ski style saddle-seat as previous models from the W700 series, and similarly, it comes outfitted with 4 carry handles located at each of its 4 hull tips. However, the W720 comes with a built-in support (mount) for a mounting plate for outboard motors up to 3 HP, and we ship this mounting plate with every W720.

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Like all Wavewalk’s boats and kayaks, the W720 features a comfortable saddle seat that totally back pain free »

W720 Weight: 85 lbs including a new integrated motor mount

The patented catamaran W720 is a more stable kayak than any other kayak out there, including the biggest, widest and heaviest SOT fishing kayaks.

W720 vs W700?

The 2024 W720 is Wavewalk’s newest model in the W700 series. Unlike previous W700 models, the W720 features a new, higher wooden saddle bracket at the stern, behind its saddle seat, and a new mounting plate for an outboard motor up to 3 HP. The mounting plate is attached to  both the boat’s stern and the new wooden mounting plate. Together, the wooden mounting plate and the wooden saddle bracket form the W720 motor mount for outboard motors up to 3 HP. Unlike previous models of the W700, the 2024 W720 kayak skiff is offered in Gator Green, and in White.

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Advantages of the w720 kayak skiff.

The W720 allows its users to attach an electric motor or a lightweight outboard gas motor up to 3 HP directly to the transom, for use as backup and/or auxiliary propulsion on top of paddling, as well as for trolling and traveling in calm and mildly choppy water. The W720 kayak-skiff’s extreme light weight allows for easy car-topping and transportation, as well as easy carrying (portaging) over difficult terrain, sand, rocks, etc. Users of the W720 can launch and beach it practically anywhere. Unlike other motorized kayaks, driving the W720 kayak-skiff is easy, intuitive, and effective, including launching, starting, changing gears, refueling on the water, driving standing, driving in moving water, and driving with a passenger on board. None of these things works well with other motorized kayaks, where accessing the motor from the cockpit is very hard or even impossible, and stability is poor.

Integrated Motor Mount vs Add-On Motor Mount

Older W700 models did not feature a motor mount, and they were offered with an optional add-on motor mount. The W720 is the first model from the W700 series that features a new, integrated motor mount that’s similar to the S4 motor mount. This new, standard integrated motor mount is both lightweight and strong.

We do not recommend driving the W720 in rough water

The reason – better safe than sorry. If you’re looking for a seaworthy cartop boat, get the Wavewalk S4.

Do not outfit your W720 with a motor that’s over 3 HP

The two are comparable, but not similar –

  • W720 Advantages: The main advantages of the W720 over the S4 are its lower weight and the fact that it’s easier for one person to paddle. A typical 2.5 HP outboard weighs 30 lbs, and a typical 6 HP motor weighs 60 lbs. This means that when motorized, the 85 lbs W720 weighs 115 lbs, while a 100 lbs S4 outfitted with a 6 HP outboard weighs up to 160 lbs. It’s a noticeable difference, especially if only one user has to carry it.
  • S4 Advantages: The S4 is much faster and much more stable and seaworthy than the W720, and its higher volume and load capacity offer more onboard storage, as well as more room onboard for passengers.
  • In sum, the S4 is a high performance, seaworthy, multi-hull cartop boat that you can drive anywhere and paddle effectively, while the W720 is a stable and comfortable catamaran kayak skiff that you can paddle and drive effectively and comfortably on calm water.

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Components of the W720 transom motor mount

  • 3/4″ thick MDO (Medium Density Overlay), urethane coated saddle bracket that includes a supporting plate for the mounting plate.
  • 3/4″ thick MDO urethane coated mounting plate that the user installs by means of two 5/16″ diameter bolts and two screws, and to which the motor is attached.

W700 M saddle bracket and motor mounting plate support

Installation Instructions for the W720 Mounting Plate

The plate comes with two 5/16″ carriage bolts, two self-locking nuts, and two 1.5″ screws.

W720 Motor Mount

  • Place the mounting plate as shown in the above picture, with the side that features the screw marks facing outward (i.e. backward).
  • Use a 5/16 drill bit to drill through the 5/16 holes from the outside of the cockpit inwards, all the way to the other side of the support plate, inside the cockpit.
  • Push the carriage bolts from within the cockpit outwards (forcefully), and secure tightly with the self-locking nuts, as seen in the pictures below.
  • Install the two screws sightly in the two marks below the bolts.
  • You can apply some Goop watertight adhesive over the heads of the bolts and nuts, or spar urethane.
  • Attach your motor to the mounting plate.
  • Drive carefully .

W720 Mounting Plate Interior View

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Fusion™ 124 (10’4") Description

This sit-in kayak is great for the casual paddler as it lets you adjust the back rest and the foot rest system to your ease. Plus, it has enough storage for an entire day on the water!

Fusion™ 124 (10’4") Specs and Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit Inside
  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner

Additional Attributes

  • Multi channel hull for ultimate tracking and stability
  • Adjustable back rest and seat cushion
  • Adjustable Step Lock foot rest system
  • Rear 12" x 20" elliptical storage hatch
  • Bow and stern carry handles
  • Front & rear bungees
  • Molded-in cup holder
  • Integrated rear drain plugs

Future Beach Leisure Products Fusion™ 124 (10’4") Reviews

Read reviews for the Fusion™ 124 (10’4") by Future Beach Leisure Products as submitted by your fellow paddlers. All of the reviews are created and written by paddlers like you, so be sure to submit your own review and be part of the community!

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Just took my fusion 124…

Just took my fusion 124 kayaks out with the wife. I lucked out and bought 4 used fusion 124’s for 400 bucks. I was worried about the stability as I’m very inexperienced but it was rock solid. I can definitely fish from this which was one of the big things I got excited for for it. I added an oar holder, a couple of rod holders, an anchor, a dry storage in the front of it for my phone and keys. All in all I’m super happy with it. It’s not the nicest kayak but I won’t feel bad coming a shore where it’s rocky or have to worry about scratching it up and it floats, tracks straight, takes little effort to get to speed and handles well. The oars I got with the kayaks I bought were way short so I’d suggest going with a 90-95” paddle.

trying to find out how to…

trying to find out how to order parts. such as seats and screws

I have to be honest, I lucked…

This kayak has stood up to…, i've had this kayak for…, the fusion 124 is a….

The Fusion 124 is a fantastic and capable mid- priced starter kayak. While it paddles a little wet with heavy chop, it is extremely stable and you never feel a loss of control or track, no matter the conditions. With its 300lb capacity, you can easily store enough gear for a day trip or weekend excursion downriver. The rear storage compartment is ample, with a water- proof removable cover accessible from the cockpit, and the front-of- seat area has a clear unobstructed center line from the cockpit rim to the bow for more storage. For the weekender who dreams of larger voyages on occasion but doesn't want to break the bank, the Fusion 124 fits the bill perfectly.

Best of my 3 kayaks. She's…

Best of my 3 kayaks.

She's stable, and goes through the water better than most others in her price range. Love the dry pack in the back, I keep my keys, wallet (and toilet paper) back there when I go down the river. I love how low she sits and when other kayaks bottom out on rocks or sand bars she still goes.

My only complaint is that I wish the cup holder were in a different spot

I love this girl! I live on…

I love this girl! I live on the Hudson river in NY and use it all the time. It is the exact one that unfortunately, 5 miles down river from me, a man lost his life. Take it from me, because I have kayaked there.. It was not caused by the plug being removed! This is a very stable kayak!! It sits low in the water, but I have Never felt unsafe. (I pushed the limit one time with severe whitecaps on the river... And it took everything I had to remain perpendicular to the waves, but we rocked it)Its very fast! Only complaint..The seat is awful- bottom fell out, need to replace. No back support. But I still love her!!!

This has been out fitted to…

This has been out fitted to to used as a fishing kayak on inland lakes. It'a low price point has a few issues including a very uncomfortable seat and the thickness of the material seems pretty thin as compared to some other models of kayaks. If you look around you will be able to find this kayak at a lower price point than the $429 list price. This kayak is easy to carry, it does track well, and is fairly stable.

As a novice paddler I love…

As a novice paddler I love the stability of my Fusion! I pushed off a log and tipped it slightly which made my kayak fill with water but it didn't flip. I also went down a clsss II backwards and out of my seat (don't ask, haha) and made it safely through. My husband said it was just luck but I bet I would have fallen out in a tippier kayak! That was my first trip and I've learned a lot since then but I still like the stable ride and large cockpit for easy access. I didn't give it 5 stars because I'd like a paddle keeper and a comfier seat for long floats. It didn't have a sealed bulkhead so we used empty two liter bottles and sprayed foam insulation to keep it from sinking if waterlogged. I'm Pretty sad that Dick's Sporting Goods has stopped carrying it, as it costs way too much on other sites for the value. I need an extra kayak but I don't want to pay more than I feel it's worth. I paid around $300 for mine and I've really enjoyed it.

Happy with the price and…

Happy with the price and stability, but the seat seems as if it's designed to break your spine where your back meets the top of the kayak deck! VERY uncomfortable for all who have used it! I added a piece of thin aluminum behind the seat back extending above the deck. That took the strain off the lower back! The other issue I have with this kayak is the nearly impossible to adjust foot rests. We adjusted them once and they have been stuck ever since! These two problems cause me to rate this kayak at 4. It's kind of a "mechanics special". If you don't mind doing some work to it, the price is right!

Great Kayak! This is a nice…

Great Kayak! This is a nice beginner kayak with one piece construction and fair tracking. Somewhat fast for it's type and weight, it's perfect for paddling leisurely on a lake or slow-moving river. Very stable on the water. Foot pegs are adjustable & adequate. Center cup holder is a bonus for a drink or possibly cellphone/small camera. On the negative side -the thin seat isn't very comfortable and the rear storage would be better with a separate chamber, but for the price (maybe $180-250 depending on sales) those things should definitely be overlooked and solved via accessories. I got a small seat/cushion for a few bucks and there are inexpensive dry packs or even some solid containers that will fit in the stow area. All in all, not too many complaints for this awesome entry-level boat.

Great First Kayak!

I've owned this kayak for three years now and absolutely love it! It tracks great and is pretty fast. My friends are jealous of me because I can go much faster than they can. That's the only downside to this kayak. That you have to paddle slower when with friends. I do fairly slow rivers and lakes, but the wind has caused me to have to navigate big waves, and this kayak works for that also. You're not making a mistake in buying this kayak!

Worth it for the Price

This was the first kayak I bought and the main reason for the purchase was the price. I figured if I really got into kayaking, I could always buy a better model in the future. The main issue with this kayak is that is it open and if you flip and their is a strong current, then your kayak may sink. To resolve this issue, I bought 12 pool noodles and zip tied 6 of them and placed in the front and back of the kayak. Then I used spray foam to cover the noodles to give my kayak buoyancy. This fixed the issue and now my kayak goes about 3" under water and stops in a heavy current river.

Great bang for buck for $250. But don't expect a $1000 kayak.

I was given a pair of these when my mother sold her sailboat. I am an avid, experienced kayaker but haven't owned my own in a few years. These kayaks are a great bang for your buck.

It is quite long for the price range and has a high weight capacity (250lb according to amazon, 300lb according to Future Beach). Its quite stable, similar to most recreational kayaks. It tracks very well, above average IMO. It is quite fast for being an entry level recreational boat It has good storage, but nothing extraordinary.

I have mine set for river and bay fishing. It works well, much better than I had expected for a kayak like this. If you can find these on sale, which they are regularly, for $200-$250 its definitely a good buy.

I gave it four stars because for the price ($200) you really cant beat it. I did not give it the 5th for a few reasons, albeit small things.

-One is the rear storage has no bulkhead. I have built and added my own but its annoying that its open. -The rear hatch cover isn't great. Normally having no bulkhead would make this moot but to have dry storage I had to replace it. -The seat is really just terrible. I replaced it immediately. It wears out quickly and offers no real support. -For the way I like to kayak the cockpit opening is too long. Thats purely personal though. I prefer more enclosed cockpits for a number of reasons. -Its a bit on the thin side. I understand that its a $400 kayak but when I mounted my rod holders I had to make custom backing plates. Most people using this kayak shouldn't worry though as most probably wont use it as a fishing kayak.

All in all, like I said its a great little kayak, great bang for the buck. It wouldn't be my first choice but my first choice would cost around $1000. For someone on a tight budget or just beginning, you cant beat it.

I see people giving this one and two stars. Really for $250 what do you expect?? Yes, the seat is junk. But I have used many recreational kayaks in the $400 price range that simply use the molded plastic as a seat. The storage isn't anything great but it is on par with other kayaks in this range. As for the foot pegs breaking I have seen pegs break on more expensive kayaks. Generally this happens from people putting excess pressure on them. Again $250 kayak.

Bottom line, if its on sale in the $250 range grab it. If its $400ish I'd poke around a bit more.

Our first Kayak was a 16ft…

I had a coleman sit-on kayak….

I had a Coleman sit-on kayak that tracked terribly -- turned sideways as soon as you stopped paddling. This one tracks better, but it still drifts to the side. I'm used to a canoe that tracks dead straight. Is it normal for these kayaks to turn to the side when you stop paddling?

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Sailing Catamaran & Bio Bay Combo Tour

Quick Details

  • Hour Glass Duration: All day
  • Clock Check-In Time: 7:30 a.m.
  • Map Marker Location: Traveler Catamaran: Villa Marina, Fajardo, Puerto Rico. , Villa Marina, Fajardo, Puerto Rico
  • Users Ages: We welcome (Ages 5 +)
  • Glass Drinks: Our company is an advocate for "Bring Your Own Cup" Campaign. This is aimed at reducing the number of single-use (disposable) cups sent to landfills. Please help us help the planet by bringing your own cup or tumbler. (All drinks will be served at a measurement of 10 oz). If you choose not to bring your own cup we will have reusable cups for sale for $2 each. This is also being done due to law 51 that prohibits the distribution of single use plastic here in Puerto Rico.

Full-day Puerto Rico Adventure

Create a combo tour with a day split with the Sailing Catamaran & Snorkel Tour and the Eco Adventures Bio Bay Kayak Tour.

  • Catamaran Sail & Snorkel: 8:30 am to 2:30pm
  • Kayaking Bio Bay (Depending on time of year ): 5:45 pm to 6:45 pm
  • Days of Operation: Mondays thru Saturdays

Tour Includes

  • Local Bread, Ham, Turkey, Cheese, Salad, Pickles, & Bean Salad
  • Local Fruits & Snacks
  • Complimentary Piña Colada & Rum Punch drinks, refreshments & water
  • Quality snorkeling gear provided
  • Small size gear for children ages 6 & up
  • Flotation devices
  • Snorkeling instructions
  • Fresh water boat showers
  • Easy access to the water using two “Sea Ladders”
  • Radio am fm cd aux stereo sound
  • Round trip sea cruise to Icacos beach and snorkeling spots aboard our Traveler sailing catamaran.

What to Bring

  • Bathing suit
  • Sunscreen (aerosol not allowed)
  • Dry change of clothes
  • Waterproof camera

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  • Eco Adventures Bio Bay Kayak Tour
  • Bringing alcohol aboard is not allowed.
  • Bio Bay portion of the tour may NOT be canceled same day. Please be aware this is a FULL day and we will not reimburse, reschedule or refund if guest comes back from Boat Tour too tired to do Bio Bay tour.

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Be the Captain of your own adventure on a backwater tour of Amelia Island and it’s surrounding areas. Experienced guides will lead you on an adventure through the waterways of Amelia Island as you travel on your own CraigCat Tour boat. There are  various places to explore by water such as Downtown Fernandina Beach, Fort Clinch, Tiger Island, Cumberland Island , Fort George, and many more! These tour locations are treasured for their rich history and natural charm.

Fast Fun & Adventure

Our CraigCat catamarans are quick, roomy and exceptionally well-built water vehicles. They deliver a unique experience with the performance of a sports boat and the ability to drift across the water ( speeds up to 25 mph! ) and the genuine comfort of a runabout. These mini boats offer high-speed stability and comfort with unmatched horsepower and high-tech handling. CraigCat sets the standard in aquatic excitement and you will not be disappointed in the fun!

Dolphins, Manatee, Horses, Oh my!

On this journey, you also have the opportunity to see various wildlife unique to this area. Will you see a dolphin playing in the water? A manatee passing by your boat? Or maybe some majestic wild horses running free on the shores of Cumberland Island. Our guides are local naturalists with plenty of interesting facts about the area that will keep you entertained for hours.

Family Fun for Everyone

Each CraigCat can carry 2 people, one driver and one passenger. Drivers must be over 18, but the passenger can be 5 or above, so this is a great family water tour .  We can also accommodate one passenger in the tour guide’s CraigCat, so a family of 5 can enjoy this amazing tour, too. Larger family? No problem, you could also book our pleasure boat “Ms. Elvira” so you can sit back and let our Captain do all the work while you watch the CraigCats glide across the water.

Questions? Call: 904-891-5687

Minimum Age: Drivers - 18, Passenger - 5 Equipment: Supplied by Riptide. Experience Needed: Beginners welcome.

Captain your own CraigCat with top speeds of 25 mph.

Note: If born after January 1, 1988 you must complete a online temporary boaters' safety course prior to driving/operating the Craigcats. Visit https://www.boat-ed.com/floridarental for your quick Online Florida State–Approved Boat Rental Course .

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Need to get around Pensacola Beach? Where to rent bikes, golf carts, pontoon boats & more

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Spring break has arrived in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties and what better place to spend it than on Pensacola Beach.

Thanks to an influx of spring breakers from across the country, however, crowds can make traversing the beach a slog − and it will only pick up for the next five months. Luckily there are a variety of rentable vehicles available to make getting around – or just getting out and having some fun – much more convenient.

Whether you’re looking to navigate the roads, sands or waters at Pensacola Beach , local rental businesses in the area have you covered.

Here’s where you can rent a vehicle to get around Pensacola Beach.

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*Each businesses has their own standards for who can rent and drive their products, often depending on age or experience level. Prices listed are accurate as of March 2024*

Where to rent golf carts in Pensacola Beach

Golf carts are a popular option for visitors to take across Pensacola Beach.

All golf carts can be taken on any road in Pensacola Beach where the speed limit is 25 mph or less, but “street legal” carts can be driven on roads with a 35 mph or less speed limit. Golf carts cannot be driven over the Pensacola Beach Toll Bridge.

If you’d prefer not to rent or drive a golf cart during your visit, Gopher Carts also offers transportation around Pensacola Beach from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day for no fee, only a tip for the driver.

Below is a list of golf cart rental vendors around Pensacola Beach.

Pensacola Pontoon

Visitors can rent one of Pensacola Pontoon’s six-seat golf carts for three to seven days at a time by calling them at 850-602-4551 for bookings.

After booking, Pensacola Pontoon will deliver one of their golf carts with a full tank of gas and pick the cart up at your location when your rental ends. The rates for renting a golf cart from Pensacola Pontoon are below:

  • Three days – $599 + tax.
  • Four days – $749 + tax
  • Five days – $899 + tax.
  • Six to Seven days – $999 + tax.

More information on Pensacola Pontoon’s golf cart rental services can be found on its website at pensacolapontoons.com/golf-cart-rental.

Street Legal Cart Rentals

Beachgoers can choose from Street Legal Cart Rental’s fleet of electric, lithium-battery-powered golf carts to get around Pensacola Beach. Each cart in their fleet also has a Bluetooth audio system and waterproof seats.

Every one of their carts are classified as “street legal” and came in varieties of four, six or eight seats.

Street Legal Cart Rentals offers delivery and pickup for their golf carts, promising delivery by 4 p.m. on the day of delivery and pick up at 9 a.m. on the final day. The times are intended to line up with check-in and check out times of most area vacation rental units. Customers can call 850-407-6654 to request alternate drop-off and pick up times. Customers do not have to be present at the time of pick up.

Delivery is free for customers who rent a golf cart for a period of four days or more. Customers can complete the rental process in person with Street Legal Cart Rentals at 655 Pensacola Beach Blvd.

Street Legal Cart Rentals also began renting their golf carts for daily periods on March 1. The daily rate is $169 per day for a four-seat cart and $199 per day for a six-seat cart. Customers who rent one of their carts for less than four days will have to pay a delivery fee.

You must be a licensed and insured driver who is 21 years or older in order to rent a golf cart from Street Legal Cart Rentals. Visit their website at streetlegalgolfcartrentals.com for more information.

The Fun Store

The Fun Store is a locally owned and operated rental company that has a wide range of options for customers from which to chose. Customers must be 22 years old or older to drive a golf cart rental from The Fun Store.

The Fun Store offers two golf car choices: four-seat or six-seat golf carts. You can choose to rent either of their options for one, two or four hours but must place a $100 deposit before being able to take the wheels for a spin.

They also have “funny cars” and “scoot coupes” in stock. The Fun Store’s funny cars are essentially golf carts that were given a cosmetic makeover and their scoot coupes are two-seaters with three wheels.

Both options cost the same rate as their regular golf carts.

The Fun Store offers the following rates to rent their golf carts, funny cars and scoot coupes.

Four-seat golf cart

  • One hour – $65
  • Two hours – $115
  • Four hours – $160

Six-seat golf cart

  • One hour – $90
  • Two hours – $140
  • Four hours – $180

To get more information on The Fun Store’s rental services, check out their website at funstorefl.com or call them at 850-916-4386.

The Scooter Hut Rentals

Scooter Hut Rentals offers golf carts with four or six seats that they will deliver to Pensacola Beach customers for no extra cost.

Customers can rent either of the golf cart choices by day, up to six days, or for weekly periods. Scooter Hut is offering a spring break special on its golf cart rentals, knocking off 15% of the rates listed on their website. The listed rates do not include taxes and fees.

Four-seat golf carts

  • One day – $195
  • Two days – $350
  • Three days – $495
  • Four days – $620
  • Five days – $725
  • Six days – $810
  • Weekly Rentals – $875 per week

Six-seat golf carts

  • One day – $225
  • Two days – $410
  • Three days – $585
  • Four days – $740
  • Five days – $875
  • Six days – $990
  • Weekly Rentals - $1,085 per week

The renter of the golf cart must be at least 22 years of age and possess proof of car insurance. Inquires can be made anytime using the contact page on Scooter Hut’s website at scooterhutrentals.com/contact or by calling 850-530-7342 between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Where to Rent Boats and Paddleboards at Pensacola Beach

Coco los watersports.

You can rent kayaks, paddle boards and even snorkeling gear at Coco Los Watersports.

The rental service was established last year and provides free local delivery for all rental equipment. Coco Los Watersports even provides lessons, for an extra fee of $25, to learn kayaking and paddleboarding.

You can rent one of their kayaks for four hours or a full day, which will cost $50 or $70 respectively. Paddleboards can be rented for the same timeframes and rates.

You can schedule a rental with Coco Los Watersports through its website or by calling 850-928-0787.

Frisky Mermaid Dolphin Tours & Rentals

Pontoon boats are available to rent for up to a week or as little as four hours at Frisky Mermaid Dolphin Tours & Rentals, located at 715 Pensacola Beach Blvd.

Frisky Mermaid’s boats are refueled before departure and they provide renters with maps, safety gear and instruction on properly using the boat.

A four hour boat rental from the Frisky Mermaid will cost $275 before tax, with prices varying by the customer’s desired time of use. You can book your rental with the Frisky Mermaid online or by calling 850-910-0635.

Key Sailing

You can rent a single or double kayak, pontoon boats and sailboats from Key Sailing at 500 Quietwater Blvd.

Key Sailing’s kayaks are the most budget-friendly boat rental that the business has. Single kayak rentals start at $15 for an hour, cost $65 for a full day, $100 for two days and are $50 for each additional day. A double kayak rental starts at $25, is $90 for a full day, $135 for two days and are an extra $60 for each additional day.

Their pontoon boats hold up to 11 passengers and will cost $200 to rent for two hours. Rates are $295 for a half day, $495 for a full day, $945 for two days and an additional $400 for each additional day.

Key Sailing’s catamaran sail boats come in two varieties: the Hobie Getaway catamaran is 16 feet 7 inches long and has main and jib sails, and the Hobie Wave is 13 feet long and uses a main sail only. Rates for the Getaway start at $75 for an hour and top out at $400 for a full day, while rates for the Wave range from $55 for an hour to $400 for a full day.

For more information, you can visit Key Sailing’s website at keysailing.com/sailboat-rentals/.

Laguna’s Beach Bar & Grill /Radical Rides

Radical Rides offers kayak and paddleboard rentals. Both rental options come with all the safety equipment necessary as well as personal instruction from staff.

For more information on pricing and to set a reservation with Radical Rides visit its website at radicalrides.com/kayak-paddle-board/ or call 850-934-9743.

Liberty Boat Rentals

Both Pontoon boats and sail boats are available to rent at Liberty Boat Rentals.

Their pontoon boats are 24 feet and cost $250 to rent for half a day or $400 for a full day. Liberty Boat Rentals also offers the ability to test out the boat before renting. Renting one of Liberty’s sail boats costs $250 for a full day.

To book with Liberty Boat Rentals and inquire about their services, you can visit their online site or call them at 850-977-4404.

Pensacola Pontoon offers both tritoon and pontoon boats for rent for up to a week.

During the spring, you can rent either boat beginning at $275 for half a day or $475 for a full day before the cost of fuel and taxes. Each additional day will cost $475 before fuel and taxes.

For more information on their fleet of rentable boats visit Pensacola Pontoon at pensacolapontoons.com or call 850-602-4551.

The Fun Store has kayaks and paddleboards available to rent starting at $30 for one hour up to $120 for a full 24 hours.

Where you can rent personal watercraft on Pensacola Beach

Key Sailing’s fleet of SeaDoo personal watercraft are available for rent starting at $75 for a half hour and $140 for a full hour – fuel and equipment included – with no added charges for having passengers or changing drivers.

You can rent one of the SeaDoos for up to eight hours for $800.

Renting a personal watercraft from Key Sailing does not require a time reservation. Renters will get a ticket to bring to Key Sailing’s front desk and staff will provide the next available vehicle.

For more information, you can visit Key Sailing’s website at keysailing.com or call 877-932-7272.

Laguna’s Beach Bar & Grill/ Radical Rides

Renting a personal watercraft from Laguna’s will cost either $80 or $145 depending on whether you book for 30 minutes or a full hour. Laguna’s does not offer rentals for longer than an hour.

For more information visit their site at lagunaspensacolabeach.com or call 850-934-9743.

Rentable Bikes in Pensacola Beach

The Fun Store provides electric and non-electric bikes for rent to customers by the hour in addition to having a full-service bike shop available for those in need of repairs.

You can also choose to rent either their single or two-seat non-electric bikes. Their two-seat bikes will cost double what the single-seat rate is for your ride. Free locks and helmets come with every rental of a bike from the Fun Store.

Renting an electric bike from the Fun Store will require a $100 deposit and its rider must be at least 18 years old.

Fun Store’s bike rental rates:

Non-electric bikes:

  • One hour – $10
  • Two hours – $15
  • Four hours – $20
  • Eight hours – $25
  • Twenty four hours – $30
  • Weekly – $90

Electric bikes

  • One hour – $30
  • Two hours – $45
  • Four hours – $70
  • Eight Hours – $120
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This is an 8-mile float that begins in a narrow forest channel, which opens up into beautiful wetland meadows reminiscent of the Everglades, ending with a paddle through Spirit Lake and subsequent take-out.

The Wolf River is a hidden gem for any paddler located in west Tennessee or the greater south. Originally called “Blackbird River” by late 17th century French explorers, the upper Wolf River has been generally untouched by society and luckily has never fallen victim to industrial contamination. This particular section of river between Moscow and LaGrange, TN is representative of a wild swamp and those who decide to venture down the ghostly river have the opportunity to observe some of the most beautiful wetland water trails in the country.  

The only way to paddle this stretch of river is via canoe or kayak; most motorized boats rafts or tubes aren’t able to navigate the narrow twists and turns of the river. The LaGrange Bridge put in is located South of LaGrange, TN on Yager Dr. There is enough room below the bridge to park your vehicle as long as you are courteous and do so out of the way of other potential boaters. After you’ve put in and are on your way you’ll begin to see a series of blue canoe signs that mark the river’s path as well as signs numbered 1-6 which mark transition points and mileage on this particular section of river.

The LaGrange Bridge put in to sign #1 is 1.48 miles and marks the end of a levee that creates a lake on river right. About 1.5 miles further is Sign #2, which indicates the entrance of Mineral Slough on river left. When the river is high you can paddle up the creek into a popular open area called “Cathedral Gardens”. Sign #2 to Sign #3 is .51 miles and marks the best place to stop for lunch and take a break. There’s a rather scenic sand bar (pictured above) just 10 yards upstream. Sign #3 to Sign #4 is another 1.48 miles and on the way you’ll witness water being diverted off to the left into the deep swamp that is the Ghost River. It’s easy to miss the partially hidden entrance on the left bank but luckily it is now well marked by a 14X16” “Ghost River Entrance” sign as well as several regular blue and white trail markers and sign #4 on river right. If you happen to miss the Ghost River entrance the river will shortly vanish a couple hundred feet downstream then you must simply paddle back up river and look for the “Ghost Entrance” sign, which you can now easily see on river right. After you turn left off the main river into the Ghost section you’ll follow the abundant blue and white trail markers through the swamp’s twisting route surrounded by captivating cypress and tupelo trees (pictured above). For the next half-mile the river canal appears to cease hence the name “Ghost River”. Sign #5 to #6 is 1.79 miles and marks the most tedious section of the float. As you exit the swamp and Ghost River section you’ll embark on a long flat-water paddle (roughly 45 minutes) across Spirit Lake. If you’re using a compass, your heading will be roughly 270 degrees, or west. You will know you are leaving the lake when the river current begins to pick up and you see sign #6. From here it’s a quick mile to the Bateman Bridge take out on river right, before passing under the bridge. This short section travels by Mt. Tena Creek (another great swimming hole), which happens to flow over an outcropping of the Memphis Sands aquifer, the source of Memphis drinking water. All together the float is 8.04 miles and is typically completed in 3-5 hours depending on water levels and pace.

To get to the Bateman Bridge by car, take Hwy 57 east (from Collierville) through Moscow and turn right at Bateman Rd., 3.3 miles east of the Feemster bridge over the Wolf River. Drive south on Bateman Rd. for 1.8 miles and turn left into a gravel parking area before crossing the bridge over the river. Obviously you need to take two cars, leaving one at the take out and put in. If this is too much trouble and you’re in need of a shuttle, gear rentals, or just good information on the river this site is all you need.  

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About an 8-mile route, nothing extreme but a lot of dodging branches/trees/sand bars as you move through the river. Beautiful country, fanatic experience, cannot recommend enough

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This is one of the best paddling spots in the area.

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For families with children, we found half a dozen beaches in the United States and Mexico, each tailored to a particular summer activity.

The small hands of two children can be seen building sand castles with pails and molds in fine, beige beach sand.

By Freda Moon

A family beach vacation is an American classic. But depending on their children’s ages and inclinations, some families may be drawn to different kinds of shorelines: those featuring clear, calm water for snorkeling and learning to swim; or, for shell collectors and young naturalists, sandy stretches carpeted with seashells or bordered by tide pools. For castle builders, fine sand is a must, while would-be surfers need tidy waves, ready to ride. Here are six great beaches in the United States and Baja California for family-favorite summer activities.

For castle builders: Mission Beach , San Diego

San Diego’s temperate climate allows for barefoot beach days year-round. For those who’d rather build with sand than lie in it, Mission Beach has another advantage: San Diego Sand Castles and the sand sculptor JT Estrela. Mr. Estrela, a former math teacher, offers lessons in the art of sand castle construction on this family-friendly Southern California beach, where the sand is perfect for castle building: The grains are fine but not too silty, clean below the tide line, free of shells and rocks, and pack hard.

In his two-to-three-hour sessions (starting at $160 for two people, $20 for each additional person), Mr. Estrela works with families to build elaborate five-foot-tall castles. The goal is for participants to “feel like this insider of arcane knowledge,” he said.

While the best sand in the San Diego area is at the offshore city of Coronado in San Diego Bay, Mr. Estrela prefers working with families at Mission Beach. Known for its boardwalk amusement park, Belmont Park ; historic beachfront swimming pool, the Plunge ; and excellent playgrounds, it’s particularly fun for kids. The smell of cotton candy and hot dogs hangs in the air, mingling with shrieks from the Giant Dipper, Belmont’s 1925 wooden roller coaster, squawking sea gulls and salt spray. Its biggest downside is its popularity, which means parking can be a challenge.

For new swimmers: Onekahakaha Beach Park , Hilo, Hawaii

In an archipelago known for spectacular beaches, Onekahakaha Beach Park , on the rugged, volcanic coast of the Big Island, may seem a counterintuitive choice. At Onekahakaha, with its two large, sandy-bottomed ocean pools enclosed by lava rock walls and backed by palm trees and an expansive grassy lawn, the sand is mostly below the surface.

Separated from the Pacific Ocean’s notoriously powerful waves and rip currents, the seawater within the pools is warm and placid, protected and shallow, which makes it excellent for little kids learning to swim, as well as for older kids to snorkel. It’s also home to nonthreatening marine life (no sharks here), including green sea turtles.

Though the water is only about waist-deep on an adult, there are lifeguards, adding to Onekahakaha’s reputation for safety. And without a wide swath of sand between the pools and the shoreline path, the water is accessible for strollers and wheelchairs. There’s also a swing set, picnic tables and proximity to the lush Hilo area.

As long as you’re on the Big Island, the site of several active volcanoes, visit the thermal pools alongside some of its beaches, including Pohoiki Black Sand Beach at Isaac Hale Beach Park , 40 miles south of Onekahakaha. The ocean there may be a bit rough for young swimmers, but it’s a great place to show children a fresh lava flow.

For would-be surfers: Wrightsville Beach , N.C.

Wrightsville Beach is considered by many surf historians to be the home of East Coast surfing and one of the first places outside Polynesia and the Pacific Rim for the sport to catch on .

It also has some of the best beginner’s breaks in the United States , said Sean Griffin, 37, a surfing instructor and the father of a 5-year-old, who started riding the local break when he was 8.

He points out that Wrightsville is the only surfing beach in the state that has clear, blue water. Being able to see one’s hands and feet and the sandy bottom “makes anyone feel more comfortable in the ocean,” he said.

At Surf With Sean , Mr. Griffin offers private 90-minute lessons ($95 to $120) to surfers as young as 3 and into their 80s, as well as surf camps for kids ($425 per week). “There’s no reason they shouldn’t be able to learn or give it a shot,” said Mr. Griffin, who provides all gear in all sizes, including adaptive equipment.

There’s more to the area’s kid appeal than its waves. Mr. Griffin points to Johnnie Mercers Fishing Pier , at the center of the beach, where his son “loves seeing all the salty fisherman pulling in fish,” and the big, modern playground at Wrightsville Beach Park .

For tide pool explorers: Carkeek Park , Seattle

Naomi Tomky — a lifelong Seattleite, author of “ The Pacific Northwest Seafood Cookbook ” and mother of two daughters, 6 and 8 — recommends Carkeek Park in Seattle for an immersive experience in Puget Sound marine life. At low tide, Ms. Tomky said, the narrow beach “just goes out for ages,” exposing tide pools filled with starfish, sea snails, anemones and “many, many crabs, from the size of your fingernail to the size of your hand.”

Unlike tide-pooling elsewhere on the West Coast, where the powerful Pacific Ocean requires caution because of dangerous sneaker waves , Puget Sound is rich with life but calm enough for Ms. Tomky to let her daughters explore on their own.

Just 30 minutes from downtown Seattle, Carkeek is part of the Seattle Aquarium’s Beach Naturalist Program , which sends naturalists to various shorelines around the area.

Along with the below-the-tide-line intrigue, Carkeek is also known for an annual spectacle: spawning salmon. In the fall, it’s possible to stand over the park’s Piper’s Creek and watch the fish — a sacred Indigenous symbol of the Pacific Northwest — on the run.

“It’s one of the coolest things you can see,” said Ms. Tomky, “to understand how these fish share the city with us as they swim back into their former home.”

For shell hunters: Tigertail Beach , Marco Island, Fla.

Sanibel Island, a barrier island just off Fort Myers, Fla., is one of the most famous shelling destinations on the planet. That popularity comes with a downside: It’s often picked over by enthusiasts who hit the shoreline at dawn. The island is also still recovering from Hurricane Ian, which badly damaged its infrastructure in 2022.

As an alternative, the shelling guide Evan Kuperman (a.k.a. Captain Evan) recommends Tigertail Beach on Marco Island, about an hour south.

Mr. Kuperman, a Florida master naturalist , operates Sand Dollar Shelling Tours . His tours ($125 per adult, $90 per child, and families of up to six people for $650) take guests by boat to places like the Ten Thousand Islands , a mangrove mud flat habitat and National Wildlife Refuge.

For visitors unable to join one of his trips, Mr. Kuperman said that Tigertail, a publicly accessible beach ($8 parking fee), offers exceptional shelling.

Marco Island is more built up than Sanibel, but Tigertail, at the island’s north end, is a county-owned park with a lagoon and a position facing the Gulf of Mexico that lends itself to accumulating seashells, including rare and striking ones, like the spiny ornamented lace murex and reddish brown banded tulip .

But everyone is hoping for a junonia, or Juno’s volute, a sea snail that has to travel far in churning waters to reach the beach intact. “You don’t find it,” said Mr. Kuperman, “it finds you.”

For young snorkelers: Playa el Chileno , Los Cabos, Mexico

About halfway between bustling Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, Playa el Chileno is no longer an undeveloped local secret. Now backed by the sprawling Auberge resort Chileno Bay Resort & Residences , the beach remains public and comparatively tranquil. Awarded the Blue Flag certification for meeting stringent environmental standards, Chileno is exceptionally well maintained.

While catamaran snorkeling tours come and go from Chileno Bay, it’s also possible to reach the reef from the shore, which makes it good for inexperienced snorkelers who might find it intimidating to leap into deep water without easing their way in. High Tide Sea Expeditions offers snorkeling excursions via kayak that start at nearby Playa Santa Maria, hug the coast and arrive at Chileno by water. For younger kids and anyone who prefers more time in the water, there’s a guided two-hour tour that visits both beaches by car ($95 to $130 per person, including equipment).

Among the roughly 50 species of fish that snorkelers might encounter along Chileno’s rocky outcroppings and coral reef, there are large tuna, sea turtles, puffer fish, Panamic green moray eels, Cortez angelfish and blacknosed butterflyfish — among many other colorful creatures. The coral here is less vibrant than some places, but the number and variety of fish are thrilling.

Freda Moon, a frequent contributor to the Travel section, lives on a boat in San Francisco Bay with her husband and two kids. Her upcoming National Geographic book with the coauthor Ashley Harrell, “100 Beaches of a Lifetime,” will be published next year.

Follow New York Times Travel on Instagram and sign up for our weekly Travel Dispatch newsletter to get expert tips on traveling smarter and inspiration for your next vacation. Dreaming up a future getaway or just armchair traveling? Check out our 52 Places to Go in 2024 .

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