Odyssea is officially open on May 15. Make your reservations now!
We’ve been open with our jet skis, kayaks, and stand up paddleboards available to rent since late April, but May 15 marks the official grand opening date of our 2019 season. All of our activities will be up and running by then. We’re open daily, typically from 10 til 5, until Memorial Day Weekend, when our hours switch to 8:30 til sunset.
You don’t have to, but many customers find it easier and more convenient to book their activities in advance here online. If you already have a date and time in mind, you can book any of our activities in advance, which is an especially good idea if you’re thinking about visiting us during an especially busy period in Ocean City, like Memorial Day Weekend or the Fourth of July. We do get booked up.
We’re flexible, so don’t worry about the weather. If it rains on the day you made your reservation, we’ll work with you to reschedule for another day or give you a refund otherwise. Sometimes it storms in the summer; it’s not in our control, it’s not in your control, and if we can move your reservation to another day, then that’s great.
If you do decide to book online, you don’t need to bring your confirmation – we already have that here – but whoever plans on driving will need their ID.
We’re looking forward to a fantastic season here in Ocean City and we hope you are too. Make your reservations online or by phone (410-723-4227) for whichever watersports suit your fancy, or drop by and see us in person to book. Either way, we’ll make sure your time out on the water this summer is second to none.
Join us on single or tandem kayaks and enjoy the sights and sounds of Ocean City as you paddle around the bay. Leave from our private beach and kayak around nature islands and view some of Ocean City's most popular destinations from the water!
Whether you are looking for a relaxing time on the beautiful bay of Ocean City, MD or if you want to get some good exercise in, paddle boarding is a great time! We launch from our private beach in shallow water, making it much easier to learn how to get onto the board and get your balance.