Crystal Coast Boat Charters & Rentals
Crystal Coast Boat Charters and Rentals was established to offer visitors to the Crystal Coast the chance to be a local for a day. During a full-service charter or rental, we strive to ensure that visitors to the area enjoy a fun-filled day on the water, visiting islands and playing in the water.
Plan Your Next Adventure
At Crystal Coast Boat Charters and Rentals, we strive to provide our customers with a hassle free day on the water. We are committed to providing guests with unique experiences that are unparalleled to any other boat charter or rental company. All custom tours include gas, and use of equipment such as beach chairs, umbrellas, and sand toys so that you can spend the day making memories with family and friends. Even food and drinks can be ordered from local restaurants and waiting for you at the launch site. All you need to bring is a desire for fun in the sun.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a reservation fee?There is no reservation fee. We get your credit card number to hold the reservation but do not charge anything to it until we meet at the dock.
How many people can the boat hold?We have boats ranging from 18 to 24 feet to accommodate most parties. The maximum crew allowed is 12 passengers. The largest boat will hold up to 12 passengers with a combination of adults and children under the age of 12.
Where can I go?Rentals can spend the day cruising the waters of the Intracoastal Waterway and Bogue Sound from Channel Marker 27 to Hammock’s Beach area. We ask that you stay within marked channels. There are great beaches to find sharks’ teeth, sand dollars, and shells around Marker 45. A chart of the area can be found here.
Is there a cancellation fee?If we need to cancel because of weather conditions, there is no fee. We will try to move you to another day. If you cancel within 24 hours of a rental, you will be charged full price unless we can book the boat with another party (we haven’t had to charge anyone yet!).
Can I have a Captain drive my party around?Per USCG regulations, only parties of six or fewer passengers can have a Captain.