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Long Island Boat Rentals

A day out on the water makes for a wonderful way to enjoy yourself and the allure of Long Island’s scenic elegance, but keeping a personal boat can prove a real bother. Not only are boats rather pricy to both purchase and maintain, they can also be cumbersome to transport across land and difficult to store. Sure, that kind of investment could be worth it if you’re going to use the boat regularly and don’t mind the extra work, but it isn’t for everyone. Fortunately, there are plenty of rental options for those of us who want to enjoy the experience of boating without the hassles of ownership. Personal kayaks and canoes can be taken for a pleasant day on the sound or trip down a river, full sized boats and yachts can entertain a large party on the ocean, and there are even jet skis available for some fast-paced excitement.

Freeport Kayak Rentals

957 South Long Beach Avenue in Freeport
1-855-WE-KAYAK

JetSki / PWC Rentals

320 South Country Road in Brookhaven
(631) 559-5151

Long Island Boat Rentals

403 Main Street in Port Washington
516-761-0840

Nissequogue River Canoe & Kayak Rentals

112 Wittier Drive in Kings Park
631-979-8244

Peconic Paddler

89 Peconic Avenue in Riverhead
631-727-9895

Port of Egypt Marine

62300 Main Road in Southold
631-765-2445

Silly Lily Fishing Station

99 Adelaide Ave in East Moriches
631-878-0247
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