Sail Honeymoon Inc.

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 Use the links at the top of the page for detail information about kayak and sail boat rental.

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you may  reach us at

(727) 734-0392

windrenter@hotmail.com

email checked a couple of times a week as we have not found a beach proof computer yet.

Sail Honeymoon is open for rentals 7 days a week year round, weather and tides permitting!

 Summer hours 8a.m. / 7p.m.

weather and tides permitting

In Pinellas county you can take U.S.19/ McMullen Booth  or Alt 19 north to Curlew Rd. simply head west until you get to the big water, the bay, we are about 1 mile past the drawbridge on the left

61 Causeway Blvd. Dunedin FL.                          34698                              Mapquest and GPS will send you 1/2 mile too far!

keep your eyes open on the left, we are the only business on the water portion of the Causeway, you can't miss the bright colored kayaks and sailboats.

As we are a weather based operation we do not accept reservations, however we pride ourselves in keeping well stocked with fresh quality equipment. You are welcome to call for weather, tides and availability.

 

 

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                                                                    overview of caladesi  island and  kayak trail                                              A close up of the marina and trail start

                                                                                                click on photos for larger image       

                                                                        green line marks short route. yellow is the full                                  You will share the marina channel with other

                                                                                                                                                                                 boats so stay to the side and be alert         

                                

 

                             

                           Water view look at trail head                                                                    Markers are on the inside of turns                                                               Some of the tighter areas in the trail

                                                                                                                                                    

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