Boating in Cape Coral

When you think of Southwest Florida, miles of breathtaking blue waters and the endless supply of its glorious sunshine comes to mind instantly. What better way to enjoy these extraordinary pleasures than on a boat! Whether your needs require the renting, purchasing or chartering of a boat, wet or dry storage for your existing boat or you are in need of qualified boat/motor servicing, finding a marina that will suit all of your needs is imperative.

The abundance of marinas throughout Southwest Florida can take care of everything. Many are full-featured facilities with all of the modern conveniences to make your adventures easy and fulfilled. Amenities such as pump-out stations, power and water at each slip, Internet connections, cable TV, pool, Laundromats, showers, tackle shops and even on-site hotel suites and restaurants are just some of the extras you can find at the marinas throughout Southwest Florida. Watercraft rentals of all types can be found easily and affordably to navigate you and your family towards a day or week of fun and adventure.

Boating is one of the most popular forms of recreation throughout Southwest Florida. Whether you need a boat or you need to accommodate the boat you have, Southwest Florida’s marinas can fulfill all of your needs. Welcome aboard and see Southwest Florida waters up close!

Required Gear

Appropriate Sized Life Jackets.
Children must have proper sized personal floatation devices.

Flotation Device [Throwable]
Boats 16 feet or larger need a ring bouy or seat cushion.It needs to be accessible, not stowed.

Horn or Whistle
Must be in working order.

Fire Exstinguisher
All boats except those with portable gas tanks and no false floors need extinguishers.

Visual distress signals are required for boats more than two miles from shore, off shore in the gulf, or the middle of Charlotte Harbor.

Navigation Lights
This is if you’re boating at night. If your boat is not equipped, buy handheld lights.