Cruise The Sand Bars and Search for Dolphins!
Cruising in our 24’ Party Barge pontoon - with up to 12 people - is all about having a blast and taking the beach experience with your friends and family to a WHOLE NEW LEVEL! Whether you want to cruise the sand bars… play in the water… search for dolphins… or just anchor and enjoy the cool breeze from the shade on the pontoon… it’s YOUR CHOICE! It’s about making memories and as we say, “If you’re not making memories, you’re just wasting time!” Book our Sun Tracker Party Barge Pontoon NOW to get a limited-time special rate of $59 p/hour (4 hour minimum) or $37 p/hour with the fantastic eight hour ALL-DAY rate. Rates: • 4 hours: $236 • 8 hours: $296 What you Can Expect: You can expect for us to do everything we can to make this addition to your vacation very enjoyable! We offer convenient launch/return locations in Perdido Key, FL (Galvez Landing or the Big Lagoon State Park), only a short distance to the private sand bars and to where Dolphins are often spotted! Included on the Pontoon: • Fuel • Cooler with Ice • Bottled Water • Floats with blowup pump • Radio • Life Jackets and all USCG Safety Equipment If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is not included.
- Trip may require hiring additional qualified personnel.
- 12 guests
We are thrilled that you may be adding our 24 ft' Pontoon to your vacation. We want you to know that we'll do everything we can to make sure it is a pleasant experience. We can't wait to get you on your way... and hear about the fun you had when you get back!
5.0 out of 5!
Departure & ReturnAwesome
Vessel & EquipmentAwesome
Itinerary & ExperienceAwesome
Gary was fantastic and our day was perfect. Everything went so well we will definitely be renting Gary’s pontoon boat again the next time we are here. His pontoon was clean and had everything we needed for the whole day. Gary was quick to respond to us and kept us informed from first contact to the very end. Thank you for help me have a wonderful birthday Gary, we had a great time.
Gary’s boat was perfect! We rented while on our honeymoon in winter, watched the sunset, and drove around islands. He even left waters on the cooler. Cannot wait to come back in the summer and rent again!
It’s a unique experience. Perfect for the whole family
Mr. Gary was super nice and professional. He explained everything in detail. The boat was clean and he even had us a cooler with ice and water and floaties which we were very excited about! I will use Mr. Gary again!!!!
Gary was down to earth and understanding!! Definitely who we are going to rent from every time!! Highly recommend!!
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Wheel steering
- Outboard Engine
- Single Engine
- Fuel type: Gas
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 3 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
Is the Pontoon Hard to Operate? While most of our renters have some boating experience, some do not. Either way, we go through how to safely operate the pontoon and make sure you are comfortable before leaving the dock.Age to Operate Pontoon: You must be at least 21 years of age to RENT our pontoon. Licenses Required: No licenses needed to operate pontoon if you were born before 1/1/1988. Anyone wishing to OPERATE our pontoon who was born on or after 1/1/1988 is required by the State of Florida to take a Boaters safety course. The course is available online at various prices. I think there's even a FREE course offered you should be able to find by searching for Florida Boaters Course Free. Remember to bring a copy of your certificate of completion. Any age can ride as your guest on the pontoon. What Should I Bring with Me? There will be a cooler with ice and a case of water, but be sure to bring anything else you'd like to eat or drink. Fruit, such as Cherries, strawberries, cut-up watermelon and pineapple are always a favorite! Also… don’t forget your sunglasses, towels, sunscreen, water toys such as snorkel & mask, small net, etc. Are We Allowed to Bring Alcohol? Yes, but the boat operator should not drink alcohol. Just like with driving a motor vehicle on land, there is technically no safe amount of alcohol that someone can drink and then operate a boat. Florida law specifically and clearly states that anyone operating a boat or using boating accessories like water skis, sailboards, or any similar device while intoxicated is breaking the law. As most Floridians know, the state considers a person with a blood alcohol level of 0.08 or higher to be intoxicated. While that is the legal limit that is tested for, the law also states that a blood alcohol concentration of 0.05 to 0.08 accompanied by other abnormal or dangerous behavior may also be considered under the influence. Any person operating a vessel on Florida waters is eligible to be tested for drugs or alcohol if an officer requests, which means it’s not subject to dangerous or risky behavior or any other factors. Anyone who refuses to testing can be fined $500. Where am I Allowed to Go? You are allowed to go from the opening of the Pensacola Pass to the opening of the Orange Beach Pass. Pontoons are not allowed in the Gulf of Mexico. You will want to stay a safe distance from the Pensacola Naval Air station, which is on the north side of the Sound (waterway) in front of the Pensacola Pass. Am I responsible for Gas? Yes. The pontoon will have a full tank when you start and should be refueled before you return. There are marinas where you can refuel close to the launch dock. However, if you prefer, we offer a Gas Option that can be added to the total where you don’t have to bother with refueling upon return. It’s $20 for 4-hour and $40 for 8-hour rental. You can let us know in advance which way you prefer. Who Has to Wear a Life Jacket? While having the PFDs (personal flotation devise) on board is required, the state of Florida does not require adult passengers to be wearing them at all times, although it is recommended as a precautionary measure. The state of Florida urges all people onboard a boat to wear a life jacket. However, children under the age of six years old must wear a USCG approved type I, ii, or III personal flotation device (life jacket) at all times while on a vessel less than 26 feet in length. HAVE A GREAT TIME!