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The Blue Angels.

by | Apr 5, 2022 | General

The Blues Angels.

What do we do here at Pensacola pontoons when it’s too windy to put the boat on the water? We take the opportunity to go watch the Blue Angels ourselves. Today me and the Pensacola pontoon kiddos went out to the seawall at Fort Pickens to watch the Blue Angels perform their practice show and they never disappoint. The best way to watch the Blue Angels of course is from the water aboard one of our Tritoons. But the Seawall at Fort McRae is a close second. If you go by boat or car you can check out all the history out at Fort Pickens. There is so much to see!

Blue Angels practice schedule

Use the schedule above to choose the days you would like to book a boat to go out and watch the Blue Angels practice. Either a morning half day or a full day will be sufficient to watch the Blue Angels entire practice. Feel free to give us a call if you have any questions. 850-602-4551.

Rental Requirements!

To rent one of our Tritoons there are a few requirements that you must meet. The Person renting and driving the boat must be at lease 27 years old and have boating experience. If you have no Experience please call to book. Anyone born 01/01/1988 or after MUST have a Boater’s License to operate a vessel in the State of Florida. Therefore, if the driver was born in 1987 or prior they only need a VALID state or government issued photo ID. If they have a valid Boater’s License from their home state bring it with as it will be honored. If you would like to book one of our beautiful Tritoons just give us a call 850-602-4551 or Book Online.

Boundaries.

Here at Pensacola Pontoons we offer a Large 24mile wide Boundary are to play in. Follow the link so you can take a look at our interactive boundary map. There are so many great places to visit while on the water on our area. to the west you have Fort Pickens, Fort Mcree and sand island. to the east you have the Gulf Island National seashore and Big Sabine. and everything in-between lots of good food and drink stops on Pensacola Beach. and miles of open privet beach for you to enjoy along the way!