Panama City Beach’s only inflatable water park on Shell Island! Your 3-hour trip on our 52-foot catamaran Privateer will include a scenic trip through Grand Lagoon to Shell Island. Enjoy the tropical scenery and music as you look for dolphins along the way. There will be lots of inflatable fun waiting for you when you arrive at Shell Island, Panama City Beach. After your Shell Island adventure, we will continue sightseeing and dolphin watching as we make our way back to the marina.
Stand Up Paddleboard Rentals
- One Hour Rental Must be 16 years or older, or accompanied by an adult.
Paddleboard Rental Panama City Beach
Whether it’s for exercise, adventure or exploring, rent a paddleboard to get up close and personal with nature. Paddleboarding is fun and suitable for all ages, whether you are a beginner or an experienced pro.
Where To Paddleboard In Panama City Beach?
Paddle through the private shallow lagoon area behind Bluegreen’s Bayside Resort & Spa and discover the underground world. Take pictures, collect shells or just enjoy the sea at your feet.
*This adventure is restricted to designated areas*
PFD (Personal Floatation Device): The U.S. Coast Guard classifies SUPs (stand up paddleboards) as vessels, therefore it is required to have a PFD on board if you’re paddling out past surf or swimming areas. We require PFDs to be worn for all rentals. Children are required by law to wear a PFD while on a SUP.
Traffic Safety: The U.S. Coast Guard requires that you carry a safety whistle in order to warn other vessels of your presence while out on your SUP.
Leash: In case you fall off your SUP, a leash keeps you tethered to the board so you won’t be separated from it. Keep your leash secured to your ankle at all times when using the board.
- Wade out into knee-deep water with your board. While standing next to it, gradually climb onto the center of the standing pad, but remain on your knees.
- Holding the paddle, with your hands on either side of the board, move each of your feet to where your knees have been placed and slowly stand up, using the paddle the help stabilize yourself.
- Keep your feet parallel, toes pointed to the nose of the board, knees slightly bent and back straight.
- Look out in front of the board, not down at your feet. When paddling, hold the t-grip with the hand opposite of the side of the water the paddle blade is in. Hold the shaft with the other hand.