If you were on vacation what would you pay to rent a kayak, canoe, jet ski, pontoon boat?
I would like to know what you would be willing to pay for the following:
Pontoon Boat: for 4 hours
Jet ski: per hour
Kayak: per hour
Glass bottom canoe (they are expensive): per hour
Here in northern mn you can rent a pontoon boat for 150 a day.
Boat Bot – a movie about my electric canoe.
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This can make getting your kayak or canoe from the car to the water as effortless as possible. Designed to hold a canoe or kayak by the hull in a V-shaped cradle; with 3.5″(L) foam bumpers on each arm. It features a 9.25″(H) spring-loaded stand for quick loading out of water, large 10″ diameter inflatable tires and a solid metal frame for long lasting use. It’s also foldable and easy to store.
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