Carolina Skiff

Carolina Skiff, Model 16JVX

Whether you are looking for a the perfect boat for shallow water fishing boat, or perhaps you are just starting out in boating, or looking forward to enjoying a runabout sunshine filled day with friends and family, this is the boat to rent!


Here at Allure Boat Rentals, we recently added to our line-up of rentals, a new Carolina Skiff, Model 16JVX featuring 16’ feet in length and powered by a 60 horsepower outboard Yamaha.  This make and model of boat is one of the most stable, safest and easy to handle boats in the market today and definitely a good fit with anyone wanting to rent a boat to have some fun.



The J Series modified flat-bottom hull sports an astonishing 64-inch beam and 14-inch gunwale height, making it one of the most stable and safest boats in its class.   The Skiff is totally wood free and constructed with 100-percent composite materials and extremely durable for any use you can think of.   No matter whether it's a day on the water with your friends doing a little island hopping or perhaps fishing, our Carolina Skiff J-Series will get you there and back. 
*Not Allowed on Outside Beaches
60 horsepower Yamaha outboard motor
Capable of running over flats to fish shallow, but has the guts to run across choppy bays and on the outside beaches when called upon.


Seats 6 people or total weight of 840 pounds

Equipped with

One Built-in Live Well

Stereo and GPS

Collapsible Bimini Top

Center Console

Powered by a 60 HP Yamaha 4 stroke

Coast Guard approved safety equipment and Life Jackets are included in all rentals with sizes ranging from infant to adult


Operator Requirements

To rent and operate boats, the minimum age is 21 and must possess a Boating Safety ID Card if born on or after January 1, 1988 unless he/she is accompanied by a legal age renter.
Florida law – Any person born on or after January 1, 1988, may not operate a vessel powered by a motor of 10 horsepower or greater unless such person has in his or her possession on board the vessel photographic identification and a boater’s safety identification card. ::Section 327.395, Florida Statutes

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