Are you looking for boat rentals in Lake Tahoe? Whether it’s a holiday celebration or just a family weekend getaway, we here at Tahoe Boat Rentals can hook you up with the right vessel for the right price. We have the largest selection of Cobalt boats to choose from in the Lake Tahoe area, and we are a huge fan of rewarding multi-day rentals with discount prices! If you’d rather avoid the crowds of public boat tours, then choose us for a private boat rental instead! We’ll help you call get out on the water with ease. We take the hassle out of rental, so that you can get out on the water sooner and enjoy the sunshine longer with your family. When you need a North Lake Tahoe boat rental, contact us!
We Deliver boat rentals in North Lake Tahoe free to Sand Harbor State Park on Highway 28 two miles Southeast of Incline Village. Also deliver free to Ski Beach for Incline Village Boating residents and North Lake Tahoe Hyatt boat rental guests, other locations for $125 each way if available. We are a 25 minute short drive from the South Shore Casinos and Tahoe City, Save $!!! You'll head to Sand Harbor's main parking and we can't stress enough to shoot for 8am in the prime days of summer or you can take the shuttle from Incline Village for only $3/person and starts at 10 from behind Raleys in Incline at Village and highway 28. Feel free to bring a cooler, lunch or snacks for the day. We'll give you a map and help you develop a float plan for the day. Plan to arrive an hourly early so we can do the check ride on our dime.
When planning your float plan consider if you want to relax and swim or take a trip to Emerald Bay? You can make it to Emerald Bay in about two hours in the pontoons and 1.5 hours for the open bow speedboats. You might have to refuel on the way back, just grab the receipt and we'll credit you as our boats are all inclusive except weekly rentals. Even though it's a long trip if you have the boat for the day it's a great adventure. There is no bathroom on the boat so go before you depart and we'll give you some loacations for your route you are planning to take for the day. If you decide to go to Emerald Bay and it could get a little rough if it's late in the day, keep in mind to take Dramamine or some type of seasickness supplement. Also keep in mind it's a long way for an infant. Bring sunblock and towels, plenty of water too! OK, I'm sure you know that!