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Hello, it's Vanessa Dubola here to talk to you about biking. When I was a young girl, I struggled to lose weight and keep it off. I continually focused on my diet in an attempt to keep the excess pounds at bay. Eventually, I realized that I was living a sedentary lifestyle that was making it difficult to stay at a healthy weight. As a result, I picked up biking as my new hobby. I started spending a lot of time on my mountain bike. I rode on trails, streets and through parks to work out my body and burn calories. Since I was instantly in love with this hobby, I started picking up lots of biking gear. I'd like to use this site to discuss biking gear uses and benefits. I hope you follow along and learn something new about gear used for biking. Thanks for visiting.

5 Important Tips For Renting A Pontoon Boat

If you want to enjoy the water, you don't need to own your own boat. You can rent a pontoon boat and use it to get out on the water and enjoy a little outdoor recreation. Renting a pontoon boat allows you to get out on the water in an affordable manner and saves you from all the hassle that comes with owning a boat.

Tip #1: Know What Size You Need

First, you are going to want to know what size pontoon boat you want to rent. Pontoon boats around 17-19 feet are designed for use by about eight people, and 20-22 feet boats can handle up to thirteen people. If you have a big crowd of fifteen people, you will want to go with a 23–28-foot boat.

Tip #2: Carefully Check the Rental Agreement

Second, when renting a pontoon boat, you will want to read the rental agreement carefully. The rental agreement may restrict how you can use the boat. With some rental agreements, you can tow tubes, and other rental agreements will not allow you to pull tubes or passengers. There may be limits about how far you can travel with the boat. You will not know what you are and are not allowed to do unless you carefully read the rental agreement.

Tip #3: Get Some Insurance

When renting a pontoon boat, you are going to want to get insurance. Even if you plan on being careful, you never know what is going to happen. That is why you need to get liability insurance on the boat so that if someone is hurt on the boat, or if you damage the boat, you will not have to pay for the damage out of your pocket.

Tip #4: Always Check the Vessel

Just like when you rent a car, you should always check the vessel before accepting the keys. You will want to check for any scratches, dents, or damage to the pontoon boat. Be sure to write down all the damage or even take pictures of it. Be sure the rental company is aware of any defects; you don't want to be held responsible for them.

Tip #5: Have a Qualified Driver

When borrowing a pontoon boat, you are going to want to ensure you have a qualified driver. If you don't feel comfortable driving the boat, some rental companies also have rental drivers you can pay extra for.

Renting a pontoon boat is a great way to enjoy some time out on the water. Know what size boat you need and read the rental agreement carefully so that you know you can and can't do with the boat. Be sure to get insurance on the boat, and always check the vessel before taking the keys. Be sure to have fun and use a qualified driver.

For more information about new pontoon boats for rent, contact a local rental agency.