Allure Boat Rentals Commonly Asked Questions


How old are the boats/pontoons/jet skis in your fleet?

Our entire fleet consists of units that are 2014 or newer offering the most reliable equipment to our customers.  We have detailed photos and specifications of each of our actual boats so you can see for yourself the quality of our rental fleet!


I have never done any of your rental activities before.  Will I be okay?

Many of our customers are first timers to many of these activities. We have a very experienced and knowledgeable staff that will assist you in feeling comfortable with your rental/ride. We go over safety instructions, rules/laws, and operating instructions on all our equipment


How many people will fit on your Jet Skis?

The jet skis can hold up to 3 people, however the weight limit is 450 pounds.  See details here!


Are you open on holidays? What if my rental return lands on a holiday?

We are open during all major holidays during the rental season and we treat them as if it where any other day during the season.


Do you take checks, cash, credit cards?

We welcome accept cash, American Express, Mastercard, Visa and Discover cards


Do I need to make a reservation?

No, reservations are not required, although during busy times you may want to.  Just give us a call! 

For your convenience, online reservations coming soon!


Can we swim with the dolphins?

Sorry, but they are wild mammals in their habitat. It’s just not a good practice.

I want to go fishing with my family, do we all have to get a fishing license?

Yes, Florida requires individual fishing licenses.  You can obtain an online fishing license here!

Can we drink alcohol on the pontoon boats?

The laws on the water are the same as on the road. You need a designated driver. You can not drink and drive! 

I am unfamiliar navigating the waters, do you supply charts or maps?

Yes, as well as onboard GPS


Do we need a license to rent?

Operator Requirements

To rent and operate boats, the minimum age is 21 and must possess a Boating Safety ID Card if born on or after January 1, 1988 unless he/she is accompanied by a legal age renter.
Florida law – Any person born on or after January 1, 1988, may not operate a vessel powered by a motor of 10 horsepower or greater unless such person has in his or her possession on board the vessel photographic identification and a boater’s safety identification card. ::Section 327.395, Florida Statutes