Things to do

Martha’s Vineyard is full of places to explore on one of our Boston Whalers. Here are some of the most popular destinations!


Fishing

We have a rod and tackle package available for an additional fee. If you would like to add this to your rental, please let us know when you are booking your rental and it will be delivered with the boat.

Package Price

$50 / day
$200 / week

The package includes:

  • One 7’ rod

  • One 8’ rod

  • Leaders

  • A mixed box of tackle

  • Pliers & Scissors


Watersports

We have wakeboards as well as two and three person tubes which you can rent for an additional fee. If you would like watersports equipment, please let us know when you are booking your rental and it will be delivered with the boat.

Wakeboard

$35 / day
$125 / week

Tube

$25 / day
$100 / week

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Places to go

Katama Bay

Enjoy tubing, waterskiing, or wakeboarding on the flat water of Katama Bay.

Enjoy tubing, waterskiing, or wakeboarding on the flat water of Katama Bay.

Cape Poge

Access the quiet beaches of Cape Pogue, also a famous kiteboarding spot.

Access the quiet beaches of Cape Pogue, also a famous kiteboarding spot.

The North Shore

Tour the beautiful north shore, in Vineyard Sound.

Tour the beautiful north shore, in Vineyard Sound.

Lake Tashmoo

Lake Tashmoo is a great place to stop for a swim.

Lake Tashmoo is a great place to stop for a swim.

Menemsha Harbor

Visit iconic Menemsha harbor from the water. A great place to grab lunch.

Visit iconic Menemsha harbor from the water. A great place to grab lunch.

The Elizabeth Islands

For the more adventurous, take a trip to Cuttyhunk and the Elizabeth Islands.

For the more adventurous, take a trip to Cuttyhunk and the Elizabeth Islands.

Vineyard Haven Harbor

Stop in Vineyard Haven harbor to see the Black Dog tall ships, or pop into “the lagoon” under the drawbridge for a great flat water spot for watersports.

Stop in Vineyard Haven harbor to see the Black Dog tall ships, or pop into “the lagoon” under the drawbridge for a great flat water spot for watersports.

Oak Bluffs Harbor

A quick trip from Edgartown, stop in Oak Bluffs to get lunch or ride the flying horses.

A quick trip from Edgartown, stop in Oak Bluffs to get lunch or ride the flying horses.

Edgartown Harbor

And of course, take a harbor tour of historic Edgartown Harbor. See the Edgartown lighthouse, the massive waterfront estates, and the famous yachts, all from the water.