Our Location & Hours of Operation

Xtreme H2O of Crab Island
(850) 978-3060
7 Calhoun Avenue
Destin, FL 32549
Destin X on the Harbor
(850) 898-1204
210 Harbor Blvd
Destin, FL 32541
Xtreme H2O of Fort Walton Beach
12 Miracle Strip Parkway SW.
Fort Walton Beach, FL
Skywalker Destin
404 Harbor Blvd.
Destin, FL 32541

If you have a problem finding our location, please call us (850) 978-3060.
we answer our phone – no voice mail!

Are you ready to parasail, take a dolphin tour via waverunners, and enjoy jet ski rentals and/or pontoon boat rentals? Schedule your watersports rentals today at Xtreme H2O or at our sister location on the harbor – Destin X Watersports!

Xtreme H2o is found at the north side of the East Pass Bridge (Destin Bridge). Our next door neighbor is Dewey Destin’s Seafood Restaurant.

As you come across Destin Bridge heading eastward, you will be awed by the beauty of the emerald green waters of Destin, FL. Take the first left as you cross the Destin Bridge and you will be on Calhoun Street, and that’s where the fun starts. Xtreme H2o Parasail, dolphin tour via waverunners, jet ski and Pontoon boat rentals will make it happen!

We are directly across from Crab Island which makes us the closest jet ski to the largest party in Destin, FL!

Our marina is one of the last authentic, locally owned, small beach town marinas in Destin, FL where you can watch the dolphins play from the dock.

Xtreme H2o is proud to be located right where Choctawhatchee Bay meets the Gulf of Mexico. You can watch the tide line move landward and seaward while on a Jet Ski / Waverunner or pontoon boat rented from Xtreme H2o Parasail, dolphin tour via Waverunners, Jet Ski and Pontoon boat rentals.

You are guaranteed to be pampered by our home town team when you are ready to ride!

Book Online or call us at (850) 978-3060 to make a reservation… your adventure awaits you.

Thanksgiving is a holiday for gathering family and friends - and what better place to enjoy one another than the beach. Destin, Florida has become very popular for extended families to celebrate the Thanksgiving break. Moderate temperatures still allow many outdoor activities and there are fewer crowds (and traffic) than summertime months. Although the Panhandle definitely has cool nights during t... Read More