Renting a boat is a great way to see San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz Island, Point Reyes National Seashore, the Golden Gate Bridge and the sunsets and scenery of the Pacific Ocean. Watch for humpback and blue whales, or check out sea lions along the coast. We’ve compiled a list of some San Francisco boat rentals
that are ready and waiting to take you and your friends and family out into the waters of San Francisco.
Private Boat Rentals in San Francisco
Precision Colgate 26 for Boat Rent in San Francisco
The 25-foot Precision Colgate sailboat
has a large cockpit, brand new Yamaha outboard engine and roller furling jib. It seats six and is a great choice for cruising and sightseeing excursions. Points to see along the way include the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island and the San Francisco skyline.
Bayliner 3055 - Boat Rental in San Francisco
This 30-foot Bayliner
is perfect for families, couples and friends who want to cruise around the bay. Spacious seating, a flat screen TV, touchscreen GPS chart plotter and twin engines are just a few of the features and amenities this boat has to offer. One really nice feature is a power windlass to make anchoring out quick and easy. A wide beam makes for stable cruising while the cabin with two queen size beds, a stove, refrigerator and lots of storage space provide all the creature comforts of home.
Rent a Boston Whaler 130 Super Sport in San Francisco
If you’re looking for a trustworthy, safe and efficient boat to go fishing or zipping around the bay, look no further than this 13-foot Boston Whaler
. The Boston Whaler is a great choice for cruising and sightseeing or a day of fishing, snorkeling and waterskiing. Features include an adjustable captain’s seat, depth finder and ice chest. As an added bonus, there are binoculars on board to bring those far off views in close.
William Atkin Gaff Rig Sloop available in San Fran
The 26-foot William Atkin gaff rig sloop is American maritime craftsmanship at its best
. This beautiful wooden sailboat was designed in 1949 by American architect William Atkin, and it was built in 1976 by Dean Stephens. It is one of the few Atkin designs left today. Seaworthy and fun to sail, this San Francisco sailboat rental is a dream for an experienced sailor who eschews modern day electronics and powerful engines. It’s all wind and sails with this beauty.
See all available boat rentals in San Francisco, CA
and get ready to see the Bay area from a whole new perspective.