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From the twisty turns of the Cuyahoga River to the vast expanse of glistening Lake Erie, Cleveland has no shortage of massive bodies of water simply begging for adventure. Rent a jet ski. Take a cruise. Maneuver a kayak. Dock your boat. It's time to dive in.
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How's this for alliteration? BrewBoat CLE calls itself "Ohio's first and only pedal-powered paddle-wheel party-boat." But it's no hyperbole - the startup books Cuyahoga River cruises for up to 14 people to sip drinks and listen to good tunes while pedaling on a cycleboat.
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Lake Erie is your adventure oyster, thanks to Great Lakes Watersports. Located at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River, the business rents jet skis, boats and kayaks to novices and experts alike from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Point your GPS toward 41° North Kayak Adventures, which invites thrill-seekers of all skill levels to try their hand at kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding. The company offers rentals, classes and even tours and day trips.
If letting someone else navigate our fair waters is more your style, the majestic Goodtime III and Nautica Queen boats offer a variety of waterfront cruises - ranging from sightseeing jaunts to romantic dinner voyages.
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Why drive to Cleveland when you can cruise there instead? The 53-slip Rock & Dock at North Coast Harbor Marina lets boaters dock behind the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame while they grab dinner or do some sightseeing.
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41° North was an idea that was born on the water. Friends and paddlers, Jason Bristol and Mark Pecot, were dismayed by the lack of high quality sea...
Ohio's first and only human-powered cycleboat! Bike, Boat and BYOB aboard our amazing 14-passenger pedal-powered party cruises on the scenic Cuyahoga...
Largest sightseeing/charter boat in Cleveland. Narrated Tours and entertainment Cruises available six days per week. Full menu service available....
Jet ski, boat and kayak rentals. Located in the Flats. Explore Lake Erie and Cuyahoga River. Group rates available. Reservations not necessary. Call...
Luxury cruise/dining ship featuring lunch/dinner cruises; cruising April through New Year's Eve. Elaborate buffet dining, on-board entertainment...
A 53-slip transient marina in downtown Cleveland's North Coast Harbor basin. We also offer paddle boat, jet ski, kayak and paddle board rentals.