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Here’s Where to Find a Ridiculously Affordable Pontoon Rental This Summer

Photo courtesy of Collins Marine

Is it just us, or does Western New York turn into a magical land from May to August where everyone acts like a kid in a candy shop? Not like we can blame you, Buffalo. After being cooped up inside for months (feels like: years) at a time without a ray of sunshine in sight, we want to get out there and make the most of every. damn. second.

With the sun and humidity slowly pouring back into our lives, you’re going to need to find a way to get out on arguably Buffalo’s best feature – the water, and Collins Marine has you covered. These guys have been delivering quality boating experiences to the 716 for over 60 years, specializing in Chaparral and Robalo boats, which are 2 luxuriously manufactured fiberglass boat companies that sell world-wide. But wait, it gets better.

Collins Marine

Photo courtesy of Collins Marine

Collins Marine

Photo courtesy of Collins Marine

 

 

Collins Marine

Photo courtesy of Collins Marine

Not really rockin’ a boat budget these days? #same For all of you wanna-be-ballers out there,  Collins Marine has a whole bunch of 24’ Pontoon Boats available for rental all summer long starting NOW. Each boat comes with a Bimini shade top, front and rear benches, 3 doors, boarding ladders, a table, radio, and most importantly a cooler. You know what that means. #boatresponsibly

Each boat can fit up to 12 people and it costs just $350 for the entire day, which is an absolute steal if you ask us. Plus, Collins Marine is located right by the South Grand Island Bridge, just a short 30-minute boat ride to Grass Island.

Let us remind you how cold and long those Buffalo winters can be. Get after it, Buffalo. Like, now.

 

Collins Marine

4444 River Rd Tonawanda, NY 14150 / 716-875-6000 / collinsmarine.com

Please note: all drivers must be 25 years or older and possess a legal driver’s license

Hours: Monday – Sunday 10 am – 6 pm

Rates: Pontoon rentals are $350 or the entire day

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