Banana Boat Rides

Guests enjoy a ride on the Banana Boat Guests enjoy a ride on the Banana Boat Image courtesy of Tidalwave Watersports


Banana Boat rides are a great way for a family or group of friends to cool off and enjoy the water. The rides last approximately 30 minutes and can accomodate up to 6 paasengers per run. This is a unique attraction and just plain fun. Not everyone can say they've had the thrill of skimming across the water on a giant high-speed banana!



Banana Boat rides leave from Tidewave Watersport's Isle of Palms Marina location. Rides require a minimum of three passengers, and reservations can be made by calling (843) 886-8456. Rides will depart weather permitting.



Banana Boat rates are typically $25 per person for each half hour ride, but Traveling Ink guests are eligible for a 10% discount. Simply mention it when calling to make your reservation, and bring this coupon with you when you check in.



Whatever attire you like to get wet in (swimsuit, board shorts, etc.), towel, sunscreen, a bottle of water or other liquid hydration.



Tidalwave Watersports

69 41st Avenue

Isle of Palms, SC 29451


source: Tidalwave Watersports



Tidalwave Watersports Review

I can't say enough about this awesome group. The owners are amazing. Staff is friendly and respectful. For the last two years we have rented a boat for 4 hours and went tubing and banana boating. They are patient and fantastic drivers.   

Tidalwave Watersports

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