If you are looking to rent a brand new luxury pontoon boat or fishing pontoon boat on The Butler Chain with the best rates, you found it! Learn more about our Orlando pontoon boat rentals and book online today!
- Ages 25+ to Rent, Ages Ages 25+ to Rent All Ages Welcome Ages All Ages Welcome
- Up to 10 People Occupancy Up to 10 People
- Half-Day, Full-Day Duration Half-Day, Full-Day
The ONLY Luxury Pontoon Boat Rentals Available in Orlando, Florida!
Luxury Lake Tours! Nestled between Walt Disney World and Universal Studios, Orlando Boat Rentals is the ONLY company offering brand-new boats for rent; nothing more than 2 years old! Our pontoons are truly the most luxurious rentals available in Orlando, and the best way to enjoy scenic Lake Butler with up to 10 people. All rentals include life jackets, boat bumpers, ropes, and all safety/emergency equipment, and a knowledgeable Captain! Plus, all boats include FREE FUEL!
About The Butler Chain of Lakes
Located conveniently between Walt Disney World and Universal Studios, the Butler Chain of Lakes has been historically renowned for its excellent water quality and good fishing, perfect for recreational activities such as boating and swimming. Woven through the country club homes of the likes of Tiger Woods, Shaquille O’Neal, and Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge, your luxury pontoon cruise through Orlando will be a relaxing sightseeing day to remember.
The Butler Chain of Lakes has over 5,000 acres in surface water; distributed in the following 13 interconnected lakes: Down (900 acres), Little Lake Down (23 acres), Wauseon Bay (100 acres), Butler (1,600 acres), Louise (140 acres), Isleworth (86 acres), Blanche (121 acres), Chase (135 acres), Tibet-Butler (1,200 acres), Unnamed lake (14 acres), Sheen (656 acres), Pocket (126 acres) and Little Fish (23 acres). The Butler Chain has a total of 32 navigable canals.
- 13 interconnected lakes
- 3 country clubs
- 2 public boat ramps
- 1 marina (Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill)
- Over 5,000 acres in surface water
- 32 navigable canals
- Uninhabited island with sand bar
- Part of the 8,676 acre Cypress Creek Watershed