Good news: The folks at Float Boat 360 have figured out a way to get you back out onto the water while still respecting the governor’s orders for social distancing. You can now rent a float boat for two hours (as opposed to full or half days) for a maximum of six people. Because the number of people per vessel has been reduced, the rate is now just $220 per two-hour charter.
When you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend, Float Boat 360 is now one of the options. Visit the website to review all of the added regulations, or to see what these fun boats can do. Float Boat 360 vessels are like oversized innertubes with comfortable seating and a center table to rest a drink. The motor allows you to zip around the Harbor, and take in the sites while you socialize. It’s an easy option for when you want to enjoy the open water, without the hefty expense of a traditional boat rental. Plus, the onboard operator takes care of the navigation, so all you have to do is relax.