If boat-less fishing is more in-line with your budget you can also fish the pier or beach surf. For pier fishing try the Venice Pier at Brohard Beach or City Pier on Anna Maria Island. For some of the best surf fishing in the area head over to Siesta Key's Turtle Beach and Point of Rocks. You don't need to worry if you left your equipment at home, outfitters can provide everything from the rod and reel, to the bait and license. All you have to do is have a good time.
Explore Naples by water with a bowrider, pontoon, center console or deckboat from Extreme Boat Rentals and Tours.
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Make your vacation truly memorable with a boat rental from Siesta Key Marina to fish, snorkel, view wildlife or explore the area's beautiful waters.
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Take the family on a parasailing tour to view Marco Island, the Gulf of Mexico and the Ten Thousand Islands from high in the sky.
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The Spa at Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club offers an array of massage services, body treatments, skincare services, hydrotherapy, and salon services.
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Relax on calm waters aboard the Marco Island Princess. Enjoy a spectacular sunset on the Gulf of Mexico while dining in the climate controlled salons, or just relax with your favorite cocktail on one of the open-air decks. ...read more
A motor scooter rental from Marco Island's Scootertown is perfect for cruising around town or exploring the scenic islands, roads and trails.
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Located on the water’s edge of a thriving wildlife aquatic preserve, the world famous Salty Sam’s Marina is a water bound recreation destination for all ages.
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Offshore and Deep Sea Fishing trips from Fort Myers Beach.
Capt. Tony’s Fishing Adventures is a family owned and operated fishing fleet sailing from Fort Myers Beach. Their U.S. Coast Guard Certified vessels are outfitted ...read more
Siesta Key Watersports offers Sarasota's newest and largest jet ski rental fleet with new Yamaha VX110 jet ski/WaveRunners that can accomodate 3 adults.
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Enjoy some sun and fun on a top rated and family friendly offshore and inshore fishing charter adventure with Captain Wayne Genthner.
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For those seeking more adventure get moving with a sailboat or boat rental and set out into Sarasota Bay and the intracoastal waterways. Or ride across the Gulf waters aboard a personal watercraft. Kayaking the mangroves is one way to get up close with nature, and get a work out. You can also learn how to kiteboard or windsurf. With steady breezes and wide-open expanses of water, Sarasota Bay is a perfect spot for riding the wild wind on a windsurfer or kiteboard. There are also places where you can rent equipment and get instructions, whether you're a beginner or an expert and everyone in between. In addition to the gear, they offer beginning through advanced instruction. How about trying the hottest new water sport - stand-up paddleboarding? Perhaps a view of the Gulf of Mexico from hundreds of feet in the air sounds more appealing. Parasailing is a popular way to take in the Gulf's beauty as you soar high above the surf and sand. Several local business offer individual or group parasailing opportunities.
Dive a Florida shipwreck. If you love to mingle with fish or dabble in underwater photography, this area has lots of SCUBA diving options. Most of the dive shops run charters to inshore and offshore sites and will rent you equipment by the day or by the week. You won't find any live coral reefs, but there's a prolific artificial reef system of old bridge rubble, boats, box cars and even some old army tanks and most of the dive sites range between 30 and 60 feet of water.
There are also plenty of activities on land. Nature lovers can experience the natural beauty of Sarasota by walking, biking or hiking through wetlands, prairies and woodlands. There are designated walking and biking trails, as well as state and county parks offering a wide variety of opportunities to get out and enjoy the Suncoast's natural beauty. If you prefer a faster way to take in the sights, zip around Siesta Key with a scooter or bike rental, or take a ride on one of the world's largest airboats.
Even the most adventuresome traveler will be kept going for days with all the activities available in and around Sarasota.