Rent a Kayak

Kayak Rentals Fort Myers Beach

Hell Peckney Bay offers the opportunity to explore some of the most pristine marine habitat in Southwest Florida. Located in the shallowest upper reaches of Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve, Hell Peckney Bay’s protected waters are made up of numerous, small inner connected bays and tunnels through red mangroves and adjacent tidal creeks.

Sightings of our area’s diverse marine wildlife, including wading birds, osprey, bald eagle, fish, rays, Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, and an occasional manatee are very common. Hell Peckney Bay is a perfect depth for low-impact usage by paddlers in this ultra-sensitive marine habitat.

Malibu 2XL

The stability and versatility of the world’s most popular all-around family fun boat in a longer craft perfect for larger paddlers. Can be paddled solo or tandem. Fits two adults plus a small child or pet.
Prices are per person for all kayaks.

  • Kayak Rental Fort Myers Beach2 hours – $20
  • 4 hours – $30
  • 8 hours – $45
  • 24 hours – $65

Scrambler 11

Take the popular Frenzy and stretch it. The Scrambler 11 is extremely stable and maneuverable. This kayak is the perfect choice for the paddler who may want to surf a little, fish a little or just cruise around.
Prices are per person for all kayaks.

  • Kayak Rental Fort Myers Beach2 hours – $20
  • 4 hours – $30
  • 8 hours – $45
  • 24 hours – $65


Paddleboard Rentals Fort Myers Beach

Rental hours are between 8:30am and 4:30pm.

Imagine Surf – Surfer Model

The Surfer is the ultimate board for anyone just getting into stand up paddling. Wide, stable and easy, it will get you out on the water and feeling comfortable faster than any other board. The ultimate do anything board – lakes, rivers, oceans – the Surfer is at home in all waters. Made from blow molded polyethylene this is one tough and durable board. Lend it to a friend or let the kids and their friends have free reign without worrying about each scratch and ding.

  • Paddleboard Rental Fort Myers Beach2 hours – $20
  • 4 hours – $30
  • 8 hours – $45
  • 24 hours – $85




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Boat Rental Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I take the boat around to the Gulf side (the beach)?
Each boat has a designated boundary for how far out you can take it. Please see the badges on each boat’s details to see what boundary the boat you like has. Some of the smaller boats must remain in the back bay only, and some can go as far as Sanibel and Captiva.
Do I need a boat captain license to rent a boat?
No, all you need is a valid driver’s license for an automobile. Be sure to have it with you when you arrive at the marina. With regard to operating the boat, we provide a quick instruction on the basic operation of the boat when you are on the boat at the dock.
What should we bring with us on the boat?
The vitals are usually: sunscreen, water and a smile! It is smart to bring a towel, cooler, possibly some sandwiches if you are out for a full day. (our Ship’s Store has a lot of items for sale, and Publix has a deli for sandwiches, which is directly next door.).
How early do I need to show up?
We highly recommend that you arrive at minimum 15 minutes before your rental time. It takes a few minutes to get organized on the boat, sign the boat rental document etc… Late arrivals cannot be made up later in the day so if you are late you are cutting into your rental time.
Is there a map of the area on the boat?
Yes, all boats come equipped with a map, and our staff are more than happy to show you some interesting areas to visit while on the boat, just simply ask for recommendations on things to do, and places to go. 
How much gas and oil will I use?
It depends what you do during your day on the water. If you just head to a beach and hang out for the day, you will use very little gas (not even $20 worth). If you drive around a little more, especially if you are in one of the Aquasports or Dual Console boats, you will use more gas than if you are in a pontoon. Also, it depends how far you travel, and how many hours you have rented the boat for. 
Do we need fishing licenses to fish off the boat?
Yes. If you are a Florida Resident an annual saltwater fishing license is $17. Non-residents of Florida have 3 options: Nonresident Annual License ($47), Nonresident 3-day License ($17) or a Nonresident 7-day License ($30). Licenses are available for purchase online at or over the phone at 1-888-FISH FLORIDA (347-4356)