Rent a Boat in Vancouver

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With or without a skipper
0 - €1,200+
0 - 60+ m
0 - 400+ hp
2003 - 2024
100 Max Km
2 boats available

Rent a boat in Vancouver with Click&Boat

A bustling hive of activity on the west coast of Canada, when you rent a boat in Vancouver, you will always be in for a treat, with a plethora of things to see and a wide range of activities to participate in. Whether you want to find a party boat rental in Vancouver or go for something a little calmer, with Click&Boat, we are sure that you will find your ideal boat charter in Vancouver or another city of your choosing. So what are you waiting for? Just choose a boat and set sail on an unforgettable adventure right now!

Where should you go sailing when you rent a boat in Vancouver?

There are many great places to go sailing with Vancouver boat rentals and that’s no surprise, given that Canada has the longest coastline in the world, with all the islands lining the shore. Vancouver, just like the rest of Canada, has a plethora of nearby islands that are just begging to be explored. Some of our top picks in and around Vancouver, including some great marinas and harbours to drop your anchor, are:

  • Port McNeill
  • Alert Bay
  • Port Neville
  • Telegraph Cove
  • Forward Harbour
  • Kelsey Bay
  • South Pender Island (Bedwell Harbour and Port Browning)
  • The Gulf Islands
  • San Juan
  • Desolation Sound

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Vancouver?

The price of charter boats in Vancouver can vary greatly depending on a number of different factors. Some of these factors include the size, model and capacity of the boat, the season when you want to rent and the duration of your boat charter in Vancouver. Whether or not you want to hire a skipper and/or crew, as well as the type of boat can also have a big influence on the price. Currently, you can only find a speedboat rental in Vancouver and this can cost you anywhere from €500 per day.

What are the best harbours and marinas to dock at when you rent a boat in Vancouver?

When you rent a boat in Vancouver, there are many great harbours and marinas where you can drop your anchor for the night. Our top picks include:

  • Coal Harbour Marina
  • Squalicum Harbor
  • Semiahmoo Marina
  • Quayside Marina
  • Mosquito Creek Marina

What can you see when you rent a boat in Vancouver?

There are a plethora of things to do during a boat charter in Vancouver. If you like hiking, you should absolutely head over to Grouse Grind, also known as Mother Nature’s staircase. While this is quite a climb and more gruelling than your average hike, it is also an experience that every true Vancouverite has had and is worth it simply for the spectacular views.

Another popular place for tourists on Vancouver boat rentals is Stanley Park. Stanley Park has everything you could possibly want, from a breathtaking beach, to wondrous woodlands and amazing ancient aboriginal sites. It also gives you the opportunity to interact with sea lions and Pacific dolphins, especially if you have a boat charter in Vancouver, and thus can go a bit further out to sea. If you’re visiting Stanley park, you might as well also go to English Bay, which is practically next door. At English Bay, you can witness the most spectacular sunsets while sipping on a refreshing cocktail at one of the many bars in the area.

Another place where you can see sea creatures up close is the Vancouver Aquarium. As one of the largest aquariums in North America, there is a wealth of marine life to see here. While you won’t get to see these creatures in their natural habitat, you will get to be in closer quarters to animals such as beluga whales than you would be in the wild.

If you want to explore a little more and don’t mind making a couple of day trips, you can go to either Granville Island or the Sunshine Coast. On Granville Island, you will find a wide range of unique, touristic shopping opportunities. Along with several other islands, this is just a short trip for Vancouver boat rentals and a very easy trip to make. The Sunshine Coast is a veritable coastal utopia. While it is, of course, a good place to relax on the beach, you should also check out the farmer’s markets, where you can shop for all sorts of fresh produce to collect the ingredients for a delicious and nutritious meal.

The daredevils among you will also be thrilled by a kayaking trip in Deep Cove. In many cases, you will be able to add a kayak onto your boat charter in Vancouver, so this is something that will be easy to do, and also a great way to feel at one with nature.

Is it possible to find a bareboat charter in Vancouver?

Yes, you can find charter boats in Vancouver either with or without a skipper. However, if you wish to rent a bareboat, you must ensure you have the appropriate licence or find a boat that does not require a licence.

If you want a trip where you can sit back and relax and let someone else take care of the technicalities of sailing, you should absolutely rent a boat in Vancouver with a skipper. However, if you wish to have a trip where you can roam the waters surrounding Vancouver freely, you should look for a bareboat charter in Vancouver.

When is the best time to rent a boat in Vancouver?

There isn’t a particularly bad time to rent a boat in Vancouver, but you will typically find the best conditions in the summer. During the summer, the seas are reliable and calm for your boat charter in Vancouver but the one drawback of these ideal conditions is that there are likely to be lots of tourists.

If you want to avoid the crowds, you should try to go instead at the end of spring or the beginning of autumn, when the weather will still be favourable but there will be fewer holidaymakers. This means that you should be able to find better deals on boats during these periods.

Good to know

Number of boats:20 boats available
Types of boats:Motorboat, RIB, Catamaran
Average price: €1,834 per day
Minimum price: €200 per day
Maximum price: €4,752 per day
Manufacturers:Jeanneau, Beneteau, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Vancouver

What is the cost of renting a boat in the high season and the low season in Vancouver?

The average cost of renting a boat in Vancouver in the high season is around €250 per day, while in the low season it is around €100 per day.

How much does a skipper cost per day in Vancouver?

The price of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Vancouver, you can expect to pay an average of €100 per day for a skipper.

Is fuel included in the cost of a boat charter in Vancouver?

For most boats, fuel is not included in the rental cost. In Vancouver fuel is included in the price for 2 boats.

Can you rent a boat in Vancouver without a license?

In Vancouver there are 2 boats that you can rent without a license. You can also rent many boats with a skipper.

What is the average length of a boat in Vancouver?

The average length of a boat in Vancouver is 10 meters.

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In Vancouver, privately owned yachts are available for charter. See other yachts in the area.

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