Duffy Down Under Boat Hire, Cruises and Tours

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Famously Fun in Paradise! Gold Coast Duffy Boats that is.

Bring your own food and beverage, friends, a camera and let them do the rest! Cruise the beautiful canals of the Gold Coast onboard your own luxurious Duffy Electric Boat. Self-Drive and no license required makes this fun for all ages. Renting a Duffy Boat is the perfect way to entertain out of town visitors, unwind, or celebrate a special occasion.

Duffy Boats Gold Coast hold between 10 to 12 passengers comfortably, have iPod hook-up, compact disc player, radio, ice chest and all safety gear. Their Limo on the water is also equipped with a fridge, toilet, swim ladder and electric anchor.

Safety is their number one priority. Duffy Down Under's friendly team will provide you with maps and all the information you will need to have a memorable day out on the water. Silky smooth and whisper quiet, it's like having your own limousine on the water.

Are you having fun yet? See the Gold Coast in style.

Skippers and catering are available upon request.

Perfect for groups - 42 passengers utilising their fleet and they can accommodate up to 210 per day.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Kiosk
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Our tours

Treat your family to something different these holidays on board your very own Duffy Boat. Their boats are Self-Drive meaning that no boat license is required to operate. Perfect for the first time boatie or experienced boaties alike. They can guarantee you this is fun for all ages.

Hire from one to five hours available. Boats seat between 10 to 12 adults comfortably.

Indicative rates

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$165 $835

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