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Free family-friendly treasure hunt on the water

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YoYoBoat is hosting a FREE family-friendly treasure hunt on the water Saturday, Oct. 30, from 1 to 4 p.m. with a chance to find $1,000 in gold treasure and win an additional $1,000 bonus booty if you are on a YoYoBoat. There will also be additional prizes for participants, such as free swag and free boat rentals.

Bring your little lads and lassies, lather them up with sunscreen, pack the snacks, and ready them for a day of adventure and fun on the water. Once you check in, you will be given clues that take you on an adventure around Fort Lauderdale on the water. Solve the clues and hit all of the stops to rack up points that will lead you to the hidden $1,000 treasure.

You will need a boat to participate in this treasure hunt. If you do not have access to a boat, fear not! You can rent a boat on Use code 10OFF for 10% off your first boat rental on

YoYoBoatVisit for additional details and to register. Follow @yoyoyourboat on Instagram for updates and clues.

Event Details:
When: Saturday October 30, 2021 from 1pm-4pm EST
Where: There are two starting points for this treasure hunt. You may check in at either location:

  • Tiki Tiki Bar & Grill, 6200 N Ocean Dr, Hollywood, FL 33019-4608
  • Wharf Restaurant, 20 W Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301-3081

We hope to see you at the YoYoBoat Treasure Hunt event. Will you be the one to walk away with the treasure?

yogoboatAbout YoYoBoat:
YoYoBoat is a peer-to-peer boat rental platform that allows renters to rent boats directly from boat owners. Whether you need a boat for a half day to spend a few hours on the water, or need a multi-day rental for a weekend away, YoYoBoat has a variety of boats and jetskis to choose from at unbeatable prices.


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