Everybody knows that the best way to see Bermuda is from the water and we specialize in creating wonderful experiences on the water, from budget to luxury to adventure. So come explore Bermuda with H20 Sports!
Most of our services give you the freedom to do your own thing with the help of expert recommendations from our staff and others are guided tours where our staff will be there with you every step of the way. We have a large selection of boats and equipment available for you to have the best time on the water in Bermuda.
H2O Sports, ideally located in beautiful Mangrove Bay, Somerset Village, where our experienced staff are ready to advise you on the best cruising itinerary for the watersports adventure of your choice. H2O Sports is the go to place for Bermuda jet ski, Bermuda boat rentals and more Bermuda watersports!
Explore the beauty of the West End by water in your own Twin V17 Foot, 30 Horse Power Motorboat (map with permitted boating zone available on request). Stable and spacious with room for up to six passengers, our modern & comfortable center console motorboats are great for snorkeling tours, a romantic picnic on a remote island, a fishing trip or simply cruising along at your own pace. Our staff will go over a map with you in great detail and make recommendations based on your interests and the wind/wave conditions of the day. We will then give you a basic orientation on how to operate the boat and a checklist of the equipment.
We are thrilled to offer you our awesome Jet Ski Safaris! Speed, adventure, unique wildlife, historical points of interest and amazing island beauty are all included in this tour.
This incredible 75 min. watersport Bermuda adventure is suitable for all ages Your guide will give you a detailed orientationof your craft, how to ride it and what to expect on the tour, a lifejacket of course, and then you are off!
We have two types of Sail Boats available for rent. If you are looking for a high performance boat we have the Hobie Wave Catamarans (ideal for 1-2 persons). For those who are looking to go cruising for the day. we have a 17ft O'Day Sailers (ideal for 1-4 persons). Included in the rental of our Sail Boats, our experienced staff will be happy to give you a brief tutorial on the basics of sailing or sign up for a private sailing lesson.
We offer priavte sailing lessons. We will give you an on-water introduction to the exciting sport of sailing in our 17ft O'Day Sailer. This 75-minute lesson will teach you basics on how to sail. You might be surprised just how easy it is! (must be booked in advance.)
Our sit-on -top Ocean Kayaks are a fun, safe way to explore the nearby islands and beaches while getting an upclose look at Bermuda's diverse marine ecosystem. All you need is a map, your best Sunblock, a few bottles of water, some snorkel gear and you're all set for a day to remember. Our team will be happy to give you everything you need for your trip and you can "do your own thing".
Snorkeling off the shores of Bermuda is unlike any you experience elsewhere in the world. Crystal clear waters are home to stunningly beautiful coral reefs, as well as numerous ship wreck sites. Some of the best areas for snorkeling can only be reached by boat but there are also several beaches on the island where you can snorkel right from the shore.
We have snorkel gear (mask, fins, snorkel) and underwater cameras available for rent.
What a great way to spend the morning, afternoon or day in the beautiful, shallow waters of Bermuda! Naturally fishing is a very popular activity in Bermuda. The beautiful Atlantic Ocean is home to many species including Grouper, Rockfish, Snapper, Bonitos, Pompanos and much more. The preferred method for almost guaranteed success is to rent one of our 17 ft Motor Boats and venture out amongst the vast coral reefs surrounding Bermuda. Know that fishing in Bermuda does not always require going out into the deep. There are many fishing spots that are popular to local fishermen on the docks in Mangrove Bay, Somerset Bridge and the Royal Naval Dockyard where it is possible to throw your line over and catch a variety of medium size fish.