Neil and Jen


Crafting Water Sport experiences in
St. Petersburg, Florida


Local Owned,
Family Owned and Operated

Levique Tours and Rentals is a small, family-owned business located in the heart of Johns Pass in Madeira Beach, Florida. Built on their love of travel and extensive experience on the waters of Florida's Gulf coast, husband and wife team Neil and Jennifer opened Levique with the intent of offering a better and more inclusive rental option for locals and tourists alike.

Levique offers an extensive collection of top-of-the-line Water Sport Rentals and Tiki Boat Tours. From our SeaDoo jet skis with bluetooth speakers - to our Tiki Boat excursion driven by a USCG licensed captain. Building on that collection, Levique Rentals also offers paddle board rentals and kayak rentals (single and tandem). Our first priority is your experience. Which is why we spend quality time training our friendly staff to be customer service oriented and always knowledgeable and helpful. 

And if you aren't into the whole "water thing" - Hey, we don't exactly get it, but we're here for you! - Levique also has 4 scooter/moped 50cc rentals available. Trust us - the mopeds are just as fun when you take it out for the day to go island hopping. Guests have taken them all the way from Clearwater to Pass a Grille Beach.

Serving St Petersburg, St Pete Beach, Treasure Island, Redington beaches and Indian rocks. 

Whether you're looking for serenity on the water or fun in the sun, we hope you found it here at Levique! 

"I had a GREAT time!"



Discovering the PIRATE in you!


John Levique: The Lost Treasure

John Levique was a French peasant that worked as a cabin boy on a Spanish sailing vessel around the time of 1836.

After the ship was ambushed by pirates, Levique was given the choice of death or joining the pirate crew. He chose to join the pirates and worked his way to the top, becoming the captain of his ship.

Levique settled on a small island off the west coast of Florida, where he buried his treasure for safe keeping. 

In 1848, Levique decided to take to New Orleans. When he was ready to head home, he was faced with a big storm. He waited out the weather in a safe harbor.

Upon his arrival home, he found the shoreline quite different. The island where Levique had buried his treasure had been cut in two. The cut occurred in the exact spot that Levique had buried his treasure.

Levique sailed his boat through the new pass into Boca Ciega Bay. Thereafter, the new pass was known as John’s Pass. He remained in the area until his death in 1873.


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The views, the wildlife, the experience!