Pontoon Party

Miss Pontoon - Your Party, Your Pontoon

Come on board the Miss Pontoon and the first thing you’ll notice is how spacious it is. We run a 31′ double-decker pontoon with strong fiberglass hulls and bullet-proof aluminum and stainless structural members. As you enter the boat from our large side-access doors you’ll be greeted with by sight of our famous Transom Bar, shaped like the back of a fishing boat. 

The transom bar is the center of attention when you’re on board. Enjoy a drink and view the beauty of South Florida as you cruise to and from your destination for the day.

To starboard you’ll find high top chairs along the rail and to port you’ll find out large bench seating area with Coast Guard mandated safety equipment. A large boarding ladder on the stern makes it easy to exit the water and the large bow deck is a perfect spot to dive in. Looking to get some sun? Then the upper deck is perfect for you!

The top deck features a large and stable ladder and high railings for your safety. Play cornhole, lay out in the sun, if you want to sunbathe, there is no better place on the water!

A top of the line six-speaker JL Audio sound system is ready to rock your favorite tunes. Another important feature is our on-board bathroom, something you never want to be caught on the water without.

Popular Captains

Experienced, knowledgeable and friendly captains are hard to find! Let us recommend a few…

Capt. Dave

Capt. Van

All of our popular captains are MMC (Master Maritime Captains) and our boat is fully equipped with all Coast Guard required safety equipment.

How It Works

Our boat is offered as a Bare Boat Charter. Bare boat charters are an efficient and affordable way to get you and your friends on the water. Bare boat charter operators provide the boat, the fuel, the radio and coolers. The charterer selects their own captain or may use one our popular captains and brings the rest of the party!

Here’s how it breaks down:

  • When using a professional captain from above, a portion of your fee goes directly to hiring them. 
  • A portion of your fee also goes towards renting the boat itself and covers maintenance, upgrades and safety considerations.
  • The remainder of your fee goes to consumables such as fuel, dockage and registration/insurance.

When you arrive, you inspect the boat, hire the captain, and with your approval you’re off!

Your Captains

Captain Dave

From: Lake Jackson, Texas

Hobbies include: Snowboarding, Scuba diving, Fishing, Free diving, Real Estate Investment, Traveling, Cooking and Texas Longhorn Football

Fun fact: Once spent an entire month on an epic snowboarding trip that spanned Austin to San Francisco. Snowboarded 25 days at ten different mountains and drove over 3500 miles.