If you’re looking for Destin power boat rentals, look no further than Destin Vacation Boat Rentals. Whether you want a larger motor for speed or just a little variety from your average pontoon rental, our power boat rentals will help you stand out from the crowd!

Power Boat Rentals Power Boat Description Power Boat Rental Rates*
destin fishing boat rentals
Make: Cobia
Model: center console power boat
Length: 25ft
Engine: 225 Yamaha 4-stroke outboard
Features: This 25′ center console will get you out to where the fish are biting! Your fishing boat rental includes  T-Top, rocket launchers, GPS, fishfinder, livewell, VHF, stereo, plenty of storage, and swim ladder.  Holds 6 people. Fuel is not included. Renter and driver must be 25 years old and some boating experience is required. Early departure option not available at this time. See more about this boat here.
  • $400-Half Day
  • $600-Full Day

Call for holiday rates.


destin jet boat rental



Make: Yamaha
Model: Jet Boat XS195
Length: 19.5ft
Engine: 250hp jet drive
Features: This 250HP Yamaha Jet boat is just the ticket for your family!  On board you will cruise around Choctawhatchee Bay on your way to the Gulf as you scan the clear Destin waters for local marine life.  Your captain will take time to visit Crab Island so you can experience the island life just as the locals do.  Before the tour is over your captain will guide you to one of the many protective bayous where you and your group can enjoy our local waters and local marine life.  Water and Sodas will be provided and you are welcome to bring your own cooler as well. Okaloosa Island location. Captain required and included in price. See more info on this page.
Off-Season Rates (2/15-4/30 & 9/7-10/30/21):

  • $475/4 hours
  • $675/6 hours

Season rates (May 1-Sept 6, excluding holidays)

  • $575-4 hours
  • $800-6 hours



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Special considerations for Destin power boat rentals: Some boating experience is required. Anyone born on or after January 1, 1988 who operates a vessel powered by 10 horsepower or more must pass an approved boater safety course and have in his/her possession photographic identification and a boating safety education identification card issued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.