Boat Rental Fort Lauderdale

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Rent a boat in Ft. Lauderdale with Click&Boat 

Fort Lauderdale offers an impressive "playground" for boaters to take advantage of. If you rent a boat in the area, you can spend your day cruising around the homes and inland landscapes of the canals. Or if you are more on the adventurous side, try scuba diving, snorkeling, and fishing! Because saltwater and freshwater are situated so close to each other, Ft. Lauderdale is a fisher's paradise. If you decide to rent a boat for more than a day, consider taking a quick boat ride to Miami, where you can enjoy beautiful sandbars (Elliot Key, Boca Chita Island, Haulover sandbar), party ambiance, and Cuban-American culture. If you decide to explore further down the coast, be sure to visit the Florida Keys. Sleep on the boat, wake up early to stunning sunrises, enjoy the delicious seafood, and seize the day! 



The cherry on top

It may come to a surprise to many people, but Bimini (Bahamas) is only 50 nautical miles away from Fort Lauderdale! This means you can consider taking a small sailing trip to the Bahamas during your vacation.Click&Boat has many boats to rent to choose from: motorboats, yachts, fishing boats, sailboats, catamarans, RIBs, and even jet skis. Renters also have the option of renting a boat with or without a skipper. We hope to see you soon, enjoying a Click&Boat boat rental in Fort Lauderdale!


FAQs for boat rental bookings in Miami


What kind of boats can I rent in Fort Lauderdale?

In Ft. Lauderdale, you can rent sailboats, catamarans, and yachts. However, motorboats are the most popular.


Do I need a boating license to rent a boat with Click&Boat?

No, you do not need a boat license to rent with Click&Boat; however, if you do not have one, you will need to rent a boat with a skipper.


Can you rent a fishing charter with Click&Boat?

Yes, there are several fishing charters available on Click&Boat’s platform.


When is the best time to visit Fort Lauderdale?

Ft. Lauderdale can be enjoyed all year-round; however, it is suggested that March to May is the best time to visit because there are fewer visitors, and daily temperatures remain warm. June to August is when Ft. Lauderdale is at its most humid and rainiest. September to November, there is still the possibility of rain. And December to January remains Ft. Lauderdale’s peak season with many tourists and higher prices.


Which airport will I be using when flying to Fort Lauderdale?

You can fly into Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), which is about a 15-minute car ride to Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Or you can also choose to fly into Miami International Airport (MIA), which is 25 miles away, and about a 45-minute car ride to Downtown Fort Lauderdale.


What is the water temperature in Fort Lauderdale?

The water temperature from November to March can be anywhere between 71- and 76-degrees Fahrenheit (22 to 24 degrees Celsius). And from April to October, the water temperature can be between 77- and 86-degrees Fahrenheit (25 to 30 degrees Celsius).


What else can I do in Fort Lauderdale?

There are lots of things to see and do in Ft. Lauderdale! Take a stroll on the Beachfront Promenade, head to Downtown Fort Lauderdale and go to a café on Las Olas Boulevard, check out the Flamingo Gardens and visit the Bonnet House Museum and Gardens.


Are there any dockside dining options?

South Port Raw Bar, 15th Street Fisheries, Pelican Landing, and Coconuts are all dockside restaurants located in Ft. Lauderdale. Don’t forget to check out other dockside eating options in neighboring towns like Hollywood and Boca Raton.


How far away is Ft. Lauderdale from the Bahamas and how long would it take to get there?

Bimini, Bahamas is 50 nautical miles away from Fort Lauderdale. Crowded ferries take about 2 hours to make the journey, depending on ocean conditions and your rental boat, it may take you more or less time.


Are there any sandbars in Ft. Lauderdale?

Yes, try Fort Lauderdale Sandbar, also known as “The Triangle,” Sylvan Lake, Whiskey Creek, The Spit, and Beer Can Island.




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Boat Rental in Ft. Lauderdale!

Known for its many water canals and marinas, Fort Lauderdale belongs to the northern metropolitan area of Miami and is easily accessible because of its big airport: The Ft. Lauderdale International Airport. With 300 miles of waterways and 40,000 resident boats, this city has often been called "The boating capital of the World" or "The Venice of America." This city is also the host of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which is of significant size and very popular with tourists and locals. In Ft. Lauderdale, you will find picturesque beaches with large piers, and people roller skating along the beach's boardwalk. Fort Lauderdale is the perfect city to rent a boat in because of the numerous full-service marinas and beautiful waters waiting for you to navigate.



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Captain

Great place to enjoy the water all year round. Excellent restaurant's and bars on the water. Would highly recommend visiting the area.

Michael

Fort Lauderdale is a city on Florida's southeastern coast, known for its beaches and boating canals. The Strip is a promenade running along oceanside highway A1A. It's lined with upscale outdoor restaurants, bars, boutiques and luxury hotels. Other attractions include the International Swimming Hall of Fame, with pools and a museum of memorabilia, and Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, featuring trails and a lagoon.

Daniel

Intercoastal waterways are fun, especially the mansions (floating and on land). The signage can be a little confusing (some of the locals seem to think no-wake means "full throttle.") The Lauderdale Marina is great for refueling (the boat and the people) and the staff is super helpful. If you plan to go intercoastal, give yourself plenty of time. If the waves are calm out to sea, a trip to Miami is also worth a day's trip.

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