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How to Kayak

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We want to help everyone during this stressful time, and we thought sending a little how-to about one of our favorite pastimes could help. We offer all kinds of watersports, and we have a great staff that makes sure you are safely prepared with knowledge and gear before you set out on the water.

Blowout Jetski SALE!

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Blowout Jetski sale!jet ski for sale $3,500! Only 5 LEFT! Odyssea Watersports and Action Watersports are now selling their 2018 Kawasaki STX 15F’s from their rental fleet.  Please email [email protected] or call 410-723-4227 for more information. Why buy…

Meet Sugar, the Police Dog

Police Dog Sugars Radio

For those of you that don’t know, Ron is known as Pappy to his grandkids. He has been staying at his house more often during the stay-at-home order. This is hard because he loves his grandkids so much. Before the stay-at-home order was in place, they would play every night. He even comes up with…

Quarantine is Good for a Family’s Soul

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The Odyssea family hopes you and your family are doing well and staying safe. These are difficult and new times. We are all in this together and our typical routines have changed, maybe forever. We don’t say this with foreboding, we know that the quarantine time has caused many uncertainties, and we are not making…

Odyssea Reaching Out and Updating During COVID-19

Dear valued customers, fans and visitors of Odyssea Watersports and Ocean City, Md. First off, we are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers and hope you are staying healthy and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. We have nothing but love for each and every one of you. COVID-19 has affected all of us one…

What’s new for the 2019 season at Odyssea Watersports?

Justin goes wild on the Seadoo Trixx.

People always ask us, “How do you stay busy during the off-season?” It might seem like we get one six-month-long break from November to April when it’s too cold out for boating and watersports, and while that does sound kind of nice, we do manage to stay busy all year long. In the off-season, we’re…