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Very good experience, had never rented a small boat like this. Lake Huron was beautiful and Toronto ski line is beautiful, The water was alittle rough. Was running a little late and the staff allowed us to do our full hour 1/2.
We hired a Hobie cat for three hours last Sunday. The staff were all very friendly and helpful, the main reason for the very good.
The Hobie itself was not a popular rental and so it took some time to find sails for it etc....More
We went at about 3 o’clock on a busy Saturday win there should be plenty of boats and staff. We walked in and saw no line and three people standing behind the counter. We asked to rent a sailboat. Even though we were not at...More
Tried to rent a boat twice unsuccessfully. First time try needed at least 3 working days to get my sailing resume approved. Second time I could not rent a boat after they could not pick up the phone to arrange a reservation or return my...More
I got a coupon through groupon. Got a good discount. Ensure that you go on calm days as waters can get rough and you may be delayed or cancelled. Once on the water you get a beautiful scenery of the city. You go through the...More
I called first to reserve a boat. I recommend doing this since the summer months are very busy. Although I do have my boaters license, I discovered one is not necessary opening up this experience to many people. The staff were helpful and answered all...More
Summer in Toronto always brings in tourists, many who choose to be friendly and ask for advice. We are lucky to be able to sit on our boat, on the Island, waiting for out turn out on the water and people approach us, wondering if...More
Date of experience: June 2016
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