Jump In! and Explore Private San Diego Boat Rentals
The southern California coast is a water and boat lover’s paradise of beautiful bays, scenic architecture and natural attractions. Don’t have a boat, you say? No problem. It’s easier than ever to hop on board a private boat rental. Private boat rentals let you take in views of the Coronado Bay Bridge, Harbor Island, the USS Midway aircraft carrier and the Star of India sailing ship. Likewise, you can fish for rockfish, cruise to waterfront restaurants or enjoy the sunset with friends and family. From sporty speedsters to streamlined sailboats, here are a few suggestions for private San Diego boat rentals . Scarab HO Impulse 195 Whether you’re into adrenaline-pounding water sports or casual sightseeing, dining and cruising, the 19-foot Scarab Impulse can handle it all. Comfortable captain’s chairs, spacious leg room and a Bimini top will make time on the water comfortable for everybody on board. Wakeboarders and tubers will appreciate the 250 horsepower Rotax engine and foldable wakeboard tower while swimmers, divers and snorkelers make good use of a nice wide swim platform. Catalina tall rig sailboat The beautiful blue hull and majestic sails of the Catalina 34-foot tall rig are a delight to see underway. It’s even more delightful when you’re actually standing on the bow of the boat. The Catalina has a v-berth in the front and king berth in the aft, or back, of the sailboat for multi-day trips and overnight excursions. This San Diego boat rental is docked at the Kona Kai Marina, which is San Diego’s premier marina. Boat renters have full access to the resort’s pool area. The Kona Kai Marina is a prime location from which to head out to Shelter Island, San Diego Bay or the Pacific Ocean for a day of sailing, dining, snorkeling or sightseeing.