Jump In! Long Beach Boat Rentals
The waterfront setting of Long Beach, California offers shopping and dining at Shoreline Village, whale watching along the Pacific coast and views of the art deco RMS Queen Mary, a former ocean liner turned hotel. Why not rent a boat and get an up close perspective of all of this and more? With a Long Beach boat rental, you can grab a group of friends and take off on a snorkeling excursion to the crystal clear water at Catalina Island, head out to a sport fishing adventure in the Pacific Ocean or cruise the scenic canals of Naples. Don’t have time for boat brainstorming? No worries. We’ve come up with a handy list of Long Beach boat rentals. Don’t let the classic lines of this 44-foot Cheoy Lee Perry sailing yacht fool you. This beauty has a full electronics package that includes GPS, auto pilot, radar and wind and speed instruments. Below deck, you’ll find two bathrooms, two staterooms, a main salon and a navigation station as well as a full galley, or kitchen in boat-speak. This Long Beach boat rental is a great choice for cruising, sightseeing, dining and snorkeling. Cruise across the coast or take in the sights of Long Beach in this 27-foot bowrider. Features include a 10 disc CD changer, walk-in head, transom shower, fresh water sink in the cockpit and a Bimini top to keep the southern California sun at bay. If you’re looking for a nice runabout to do a bit of fishing, sightseeing or watersports, this 19-foot Larson is the perfect choice. It has a wake tower to pull water-skiers and wakeboarders, and its compact size makes it easy to dock and pull up to beaches. Tubes, ropes, vests and waterskies are already on board. This 32-foot sport fishing boat has a head, galley and v-berth as well as radar, autopilot and power steering. Even though the name says fishing, it’s equally adept at diving, snorkeling, cruising and sightseeing adventures. Don’t sweat the stress of anchor anxiety. There is an anchor power wench to make life easy for all.