Boat rentals in Key Largo, Florida Keys
Here are some of the boat rental places near Sunset Oasis in Moon Bay:
Pontunes: 305 453-5007-Pontunes is probably the closest boat rental place and some of our previous guests have written nice things in the guest book about their experiences.
107690 Overseas Highway
Key Largo, FL 33037
Bump and Jump: 305 664-9404-In Key Largo we have slips on the canal between the Marriott Courtyard Hotel and the Holiday Inn on the ocean side at Mile Marker 99.7. Our booth is physically located on the parking lot of the Marriott Courtyard, the one with the BOAT RENTAL sign above it. If we’re not at the booth, sometimes we’re on the docks down behind, working on the boats, so come find us!
Boat Rental 411: (305) 896-2219-In Tavernier
Here is a new picture of Moon Bay Key Largo, Townhouse #4 Dining Room and Kitchen taken in panoramic mode with my iPhone. I decided to take some pictures of each room as an experiment. I will be posting all of the on the website soon.
Also, now is the time to book the week of your choice for May, June, and July.
Some of our guests have been asking about bike and kayak rentals near Moon Bay in Key Largo. Less than a mile South of Moon Bay-Sunset Oasis is All Keys Cycles 104050 Overseas Hwy., Key Largo. Also, less than a mile South you will find an awesome kayak rental place called Florida Bay Outfitters located at 104050 Overseas Hwy., Key Largo, Fl.. Kayak rentals are also available at Pennekamp Park and several other locations in Key Largo.
Below is an entry from our guest book. I am sharing it with you because it has a lot of good ideas about what to do when you visit Sunset Oasis:
Thank you very much for letting our family rent your beautiful home. Our stay was very relaxing and enjoyable. During our stay we rented a boat from Pontunes for 8 days. We enjoyed going on both the Gulf and Ocean and through the mangroves. We snorkeled at Cary’s Fort and rode the boat to Deer Key. On our land days we went to Key West and did the sunset celebration at Mallory Square. We also went to the Turtle Hospital in Marathon and looked for Key Deer on Big Pine Key (we found them). We also stopped at Robbie’s in Islamorada to feed the Tarpon. While on the water we saw Dolphin almost every day. In addition, we saw Iguanas on the wall of the cut going to Largo Sound. There was a Manatee in the marina outside the backdoor (front porch area). Of course the fish on the reefs were awesome.
Hope to come back in the future.
Steve, Laura, and Patricia -December 26, 2012 to January 6, 2013
In have an open week in January at a super rate for peak season. It’s January 19th to the 26th 2013. Let me know if you or anyone you know wants a great deal!
We came to Key Largo for my niece’s wedding. We had a fabulous stay and loved the townhouse! This is the most relaxing, peaceful place. We loved the two lanais and the 60” flat screen and wifi. My kids were quite impressed. The keys are wonderful. We went Para-sailing, sail boating, snorkeling, and visited Key West! This was one of the most fabulous vacations we have ever had. We would love to come back. Thank you for everything!!
Steve, Michelle, Christine & Steven from October 31, 2012 to November 7, 2012
My wife and I spent the week at Sunset Oasis. It was a fabulous getaway. Great location – awesome condo right on the bay. There’s even a special deck for watching the beautiful sunsets. We even got to see a huge manatee right off the dock! Looks to be good fishing off the dock too – saw a huge tarpon one evening. The condo was clean, and the owners were a lot of fun. We even went to dinner with them one night at a local restaurant and had a great time. Would TOTALLY recommend this location!!! If you’re looking for a relaxing time in Key Largo, look no further than Sunset Oasis.
Posted on VRBO.com by Matt
Here is a recent post we found on www.fla-keys.com: Saturday, Dec. 8, 7 p.m. Key Largo Boat Parade (Key Largo) Blackwater Sound is to shimmer as decorated boats parade along the shoreline in a celebration of the holiday season themed “Deck the Hulls.” New this year is a create-your-own-theme contest where the top entrant wins a prize and his or her 2012 theme becomes the overall theme of 2013 parade. The best viewing and libations are to be found at Sundowners, Jimmy Johnson’s Big Chill, Senor Frijoles, the Marriott Key Largo Bay Resort and Caribbean Club, all at mile markers (MM) 103-104. The parade is free to enter; one grand-prize winner and one randomly selected lucky boat are to receive $500 each. Contact: 305-394-3736 or visit keylargoboatparade.com.