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The 5 Best Things to Do on a Boat in Florida

5 Fun Things to Do on a Boat in Florida Waters

Picture this: You are in Florida, you have rented a boat, and now it’s time to make the most of it. Throw on your fishing long sleeve shirt and get ready to have a fun day with these sun-soaked ideas that will help you make the most of your time on the waves.

Enjoy the Sights

The first activity you can do is simply enjoying the sights. Ride around in the boat and see what Florida has to offer along the shoreline or wind your way up rivers and explore. Be sure to wear shirts for fishing as they can help protect you from sunburns. You will want moisture-wicking fabric, which will also help you keep cool and dry, even with long sleeves and facing surf kicked up by the boat.

Go Boat Fishing

Next is a classic activity: Fishing off the boat. Sway with the waves, cast fishing lines, put the fishing rod down, and crack open a cold one. It’s the perfect way to enjoy the salty sea air while doing something fun. Don’t forget to wear fishing shirts that will help keep you comfortable while fishing. Fishing shirts can help you stay out longer, avoiding sunburn and staying cool, all while helping you represent your life on the water. 

Try Wakeboarding

Most modern boats are set up for wakeboarding. Add life jackets, a tow rope, and a wakeboard, and you are ready to have an exhilarating time on the waves. It’s hours of fun for any age, and you can even bet with your friends on who can get the highest jump over the boat’s wake if you are looking for some friendly competition.

Go Water Skiing

If you have another person with you, you can take turns water skiing on the waves. This might be better if you have people who love old-school sports or were just trained to face forward. Wakeboards force the rider sideways, while water skis force the rider forward. It might be uncomfortable to go from one to the other. Wakeboarding is more popular these days, but depending on who you are with, they might want to go water skiing instead.

Get Some Training and Try Scuba Diving

While the other activities just require the right gear, you won’t want to go scuba diving without the right training. If you have both, you could be ready to go under the surface to see what the ocean holds. You might find all manner of sea life under your boat. Between 40 and 70 feet underwater, you might be swimming with schools of fish, a turtle, or a ray. It’s a great way to relax and enjoy another facet of nature that Florida has to offer. 

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