Wet and Wild Catalina Island Water Sports
If you manage to tear yourself away from the beaches, diving and fishing activity of Catalina Island, then get ready to be soaked again! There are plenty of water sports in the island area including snorkeling, swimming, wave running, water-skiing, paddle boarding and more.
Catalina Island water sports include swimming and snorkeling making your way over to Lovers Cove, Avalon. This is the only part of the coast that allows snorkeling. On the plus side, all activity is free. You can take a scenic journey under water and watch lots of animals swim by. If you are nervous about snorkeling for the first time, or have kids, then head over to Ron Moore’s Snorkeling Catalina. You can have an escort assist you and offers guided snorkel tours, during the day and at night, boat snorkel trips and much more.
Catalina Jet Ski & Electric Bike Rentals handles all of your waverunner needs. Your water sports adventure starts at the Green Pleasure Pier in beautiful Avalon Harbor. Just imagine racing your Sea Doo up to 60 miles an hour on the open water!
Great water sports fun awaits you on Catalina Island
Paddle boarding can be enjoyed at the Green Pleasure Pier and you can secure your adventure with Joe’s Rent-a-Boat. If you want to be lifted to new heights, then Parasail Catalina is for you. They are conveniently located right off Pebbly Beach Road in Avalon and they can take you on a high flying breathtaking view of Catalina Island and experience the thrill of a lifetime parasailing. Just imagine seeing the panoramic views of Catalina Island as you gently lifted to your desired 600 to 800 foot high flight. Excellent surfing and boogie boarding are great Catalina Island water sports to enjoy.
Lastly, there is kayaking and paddle boarding. Visit the Wet Spot Rentals booth, family owned and operated for more than 25 years, located next to the Avalon Boat Landing to rent kayaks, paddle boards and snorkeling gear. Wet Spot Rentals is open daily April through September, weather permitting
Make time for water sports! There is always time to play on Catalina Island.