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Chincoteague Boat Rentals

Chincoteague Island is more than just the famous ponies - there are many other outdoor activities to enjoy here. Renting a boat in Chincoteague is a great way to get on the water and enjoy the surrounding beauty of this island. Pontoon rentals, fishing charters, powerboat rentals, and jet ski rentals are all popular watercraft options available on Chincoteague. A visit to Chincoteague isn’t complete without a boat rental or boating experience. It’s a gem in Virginia, perfect for a weekend getaway or an extended vacation with family or friends. Rent a boat in Chincoteague and use it as your jumping-off point to access more of the Chesapeake Bay.

Fishing is a top activity to enjoy on Chincoteague, with fishing boat rentals and professional sportfishing charters available to book. Fishing charters come with the bait, tackle, and equipment you’ll need. Just check to make sure you have the correct fishing license if necessary.

Things to see by boat in Chincoteague include the Assateague National Seashore and Lighthouse, the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, or many other beaches and coves around the coastline. If you are unfamiliar with the area or don’t have boating experience, charter a boat with a local captain and guide to take you on a boat tour. You’ll learn insider secret things to do and places to see to make your visit to Chincoteague extra special.

Chincoteague Island Boat Rental FAQs

What is there to do in Chincoteague VA this weekend?

Boating is always available! Rent a boat on Chincoteague and see the highlights of the coast from your own private boat or yacht. Cruise through the channels and bays, stop for a swim or enjoy activities like wakeboarding, tubing, waterskiing, and more.

Can you swim at Chincoteague Island?

Swimming is a great way to spend time at Chincoteague Island. To swim you can go to the beaches at Assateague or rent a boat and cruise the waters of Chincoteague and jump overboard for a refreshing swim.