CRAIG CAT / 2-PASSENGERS / 30HP

From USD $79.00
  • Location: Grapevine, Texas

2-PASSENGER MAXIMUM CAPACITY  |  30HP  | 


EASY 3-STEP BOOKING! 
1.)  SELECT A RENTAL DATE ON THE CALENDAR
2.)  CLICK THE BOOK NOW BUTTON
3.)  SELECT A START TIME


There is a 2-hour minimum rental required.

2-HOURS  158.00
3-HOURS  237.00
4-HOURS  316.00
5-HOURS  395.00
6-HOURS  474.00
7-HOURS  553.00
8-HOURS  632.00

2-hour minimum rental
Tax & Fuel is additional.


The Craig Cat is a very unique watercraft, as it is the only compact power catamaran of its kind on the market. It's great for fishing, day cruising, or just relaxing. It's easy to operate and loaded with amenities. 


All boats are equipped with life preservers, removable cushion and fire extinguisher. 

Style/Model may vary from photo and video presented.  Images and videos are representative only.

A NOTE ABOUT FUEL:

Fuel is NOT included in our rental costs. Fuel is charged on the day of your rental at our Ship Store.


Features:

- Bimini Top
- Deluxe Bucket Seats
- Full-Width Composite Storage Compartment
- Beverage Holders
- Custom 4-Rod, Fishing Rod Holders
- 30 HP
- Fuel efficient


AGE REQUIREMENTS TO OPERATE ANY OF OUR WATERCRAFT:

Drivers of our watercraft must be at least 18 years of age. 

Drivers 18-25 years of age:
Watercraft
drivers between the ages of 18-25 are required to hold a Texas Boater
Safety Card as mandated by Texas Parks and Wildlife. 

Drivers 25-older:
If you are over the age of 25 you are not required to hold the Boater Safety Card.

All
regulations related to the card may be found at
https://www.boat-ed.com/texas/ and may not be further-explained by Sam's
Dock.  If you have additional questions about the card, please contact
the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

Submitting
a reservation and failing to complete/obtain the Texas Boater Safety
Card will result in forfeiture of all monies paid and cancellation of
the reservation with
no future rescheduling.  It is your responsibility to obtain the card. 

To obtain the card, complete the safety course online at:  https://www.boat-ed.com/texas/ 


Swimming is at your own risk - Life jackets/vests MUST be worn at all times when in the water - There can be no exceptions.