Boat rental in Arizona

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With or without a captain
Price per day
0 - $1,200+
Boat length
0 - 196+ ft
Engine power
0 - 400+ hp
Year of manufacture
2002 - 2023
Search radius
250 Max MI
21 boats available

24' Trtitoon (1998)

Lake Havasu City
14
Without captain
 1

From $495 per day

Double Decker Pontoon Boat - WITH SLIDE!! (2021)

Apache Junction
13
Without captain

From $891 per day

Pink Party Barge AKA “The Pink Taco” (2020)

Scottsdale
20
Without captain

From $1,585 per day

Motorboat Hurricane Sport Deck 150hp (2021)

Lake Havasu City
8
Without captain

From $895 per day

2018 22 ft Sun Tracker pontoon TONS of AMENITIES (2018)

Lake Havasu City
11
Without captain

From $548 per day

2022 suntracker pontoon boat (2022)

Phoenix
10
With or without a captain
Private

From $594 per day

Motorboat Crest 22 Pontoon 150hp (2019)

Lake Havasu City
9
Without captain

From $673 per day

Motorboat Suncatcher 24' Tritoon 225hp (2019)

Lake Havasu City
11
Without captain

From $847 per day

Premier 225 Sunsation LTD Pontoon Boat (2010)

Lake Havasu City
12
With or without a captain
Private

From $495 per day

Motorboat Suntracker 22ft Tritoon 150hp (2019)

Lake Havasu City
9
Without captain

From $760 per day

USA Party Boat for rent in Phoenix, AZ! (2020)

Phoenix
20
With captain

From $180 per day

Super Air Nautique G23 (2018)

Mesa
12
Without captain

From $1,812 per day

24' Tritoon Bentley (2022)

Mesa
12
Without captain

From $906 per day

Motorboat Bayliner 20 Deck 115hp (2017)

Lake Havasu City
7
Without captain

From $730 per day

Motorboat Custom 26 Pontoon 115hp (2017)

Lake Havasu City
11
Without captain

From $772 per day

Motorboat Suntracker 2021 Pontoon 90hp (2021)

Lake Havasu City
8
Without captain

From $672 per day

Motorboat Suncatcher 22 Tritoon 115hp (2018)

Lake Havasu City
10
Without captain

From $797 per day

Liquid Limo - up to 20 guests in Phoenix, Arizona! (2018)

Phoenix
20
With captain

From $180 per day

Boat rental in Arizona with Click&Boat

Most people consider Arizona to be a dry desert-like state in Southwest America. But it actually has quite a few lakes that are the perfect destination for cooling off from the heat! Popular cities throughout Arizona include Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sedona, and Tucson. This landlocked state offers a range of beautiful topography including mountains, desert, and lakes — but it’s best known for the Grand Canyon. Millions of people visit the Grand Canyon each year to experience this magnificent landmark. You can hike along the trails of the upper rims or backpack along the canyon floor with opportunities for white water rafting!

To explore the Grand Canyon State from a different perspective, Arizona boat rentals are available with Click&Boat. We have plenty of vessels ranging in size and purpose for cruising around Lake Havasu, Scottsdale, and Fort McDowell.

Where to boat in Arizona

Boating in Arizona means taking advantage of the freshwater lakes and rivers throughout the state. While the state is known for land excursions such as hiking, biking, camping, or skiing, there are about 128 lakes and 5 river systems throughout the state. Marinas and boat ramps are at most lakes, which makes it easy to start and end your Arizona boat rental. Cool off on the water — here are the best places to boat in Arizona:

  • Lake Powell offers a totally unique and beautiful boating experience! Thin, crystal clear water surrounded by red rock formations. It’s stunning. Lake Powell is a popular destination for watersports such as waterskiing, tubing, kayaking, jet skiing, and more!
  • Lake Havasu is actually dubbed “Personal Watercraft Capital of the World” because the lake offers plenty of opportunities for cheap boat rentals in a beautiful setting. The lake is shared with California, so you can be in two states at once!
  • Lake Pleasant is an easy drive from Phoenix and offers an excellent location for fishing, camping, boating, and hiking. The lake is somewhat small, but boating here is - for lack of a better word - pleasant.
  • Lake Mead - also shared with Nevada - is broken up into different bodies of water that are ideal for water sports such as boating, kayaking, canoeing, water skiing, and wakeboarding. You can even fish in Lake Mead as it hosts striped bass, catfish, rainbow trout, crappie, and more.
  • Sanguaro Lake is a cute destination for a day on the water. It has a small beach that you can pull up to.

Since you’re interested in a boat rental in Arizona or possibly searched ‘boat rentals near me,’ check out our nearby fleets in Lake Havasu City, Las Vegas, and Maricopa County.

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

Most boat rentals in Arizona come with a captain, which is great because you can sit back, relax, and enjoy being on the water without worrying about navigation. If you opt into hiring a captain or crew, it might cost a little extra than if you choose to rent a bareboat. The addition of water toys, length of charter, age/model of the boat may impact the price of an Arizona boat rental. On average, private boat rentals in Arizona start at $400/day and can cost up to $3,300/day for a party boat.

Things to do and see in Arizona

Arizona is a fun state to visit if you enjoy the great outdoors! People who love to hike will appreciate the scenery and those who love to camp have endless options for sleeping under the stars. If you’re planning a trip to the Grand Canyon State, here are the best things to see and do in Arizona:

  • Tour Canyon de Chelly National Monument! It’s home to a contemporary Navajo Indian community and offers incredible hiking trails.
  • The Grand Canyon is difficult to see all of it in one day. But if you’re limited on time, opt to go with a half-day tour so that you can learn about the land and what makes it so special. If you’d rather explore on your own, the rims offer incredible hiking trails, and the canyon floor hosts camping and white water rafting activities.
  • Antelope Canyon is one of the most Instagrammed destinations in the United States. You must go with a guide (as per the law) and only a limited number of people acquire permits to visit each year. If you snag a permit, this magnificent canyon is definitely worth a visit (and a photo shoot).
  • Travel to Sedona, Arizona if you crave a spiritual and relaxing getaway. Sedona is known for its vortexes (energy funnels) and crystals, which draw millions of visitors each year.
  • Petrified Forest National Park is home to the Rainbow Forest Museum where you’ll find paleontology exhibits that showcase fossils and the history of the land.
  • Camelback Mountain is a popular hiking and camping destination, but also mountaineering! You can climb Camelback Mountain, which has an elevation of 2,704 feet.
  • Take a drive along the famous Route 66 and stop to take photos of the desert landscape!
  • Rent a boat in Lake Havasu with CLick&Boat and spend the day cruising around the water. Better yet, opt for watersports like waterskiing if you’re into it!

Rent a boat with a captain in Las Vegas

Click&Boat has a filter that allows you to search for private boat rentals with a captain in Arizona! When you rent a boat with a captain, you can enjoy more of the boating adventure without worrying about navigation on the lakes as it can be tricky to navigate if you’re unfamiliar with the area.

Enjoy your private boat rental in Arizona for a full day or half a day! Your charter may come with additional water toys so that you can jump in the lake and cool off from the heat of the desert. Speak with your captain before you rent a boat in Arizona so that you know what’s included!

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