Boat rental in Chattanooga

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2002 - 2023
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Boat Rental in Chattanooga with Click&Boat

Boaters have more options than they might think when looking for Chattanooga boat rentals. The city is right along the Tennessee River and Chickamauga Lake, which means boating is a major part of the lifestyle. There are plenty of things to see, do and enjoy both on and off the water. Let Click&Boat make it easy to find the right Chattanooga boat rental.

Where to Sail in Chattanooga

There are places to boat and sail along the lake and the river. You can go past the city of Chattanooga and take the rivers north or south. It’s a beautiful and peaceful area that has some great fishing. It’s also nice just to get out on the water from one of the marinas and away from the hustle and bustle for a while. Some of the area sights, such as the Walnut Street Bridge, can be seen and enjoyed while boating.

How Much Is It to Rent a Boat in Chattanooga?

The coat of a Chattanooga boat rental will vary based on the type of boat you need, how long you will be renting, and whether you need a captain for the boat. Below are some of the typical prices for boat rentals. Opting for a full-day rental can help to lower the price per hour for the rental.

  • A pontoon boat that can seat up to 12 typically costs around $435 for a full day.
  • An open bow will cost around $400 a full day.
  • Renting a yacht for a full day or longer will often cost several thousand dollars.

Of course, there are other types of boats you can find, as well. Some of these may be cheaper when renting them, which could be beneficial for those who just want to get out onto the water and fish for a few hours.

Boat Rental Near Me: The Harbors in Chattanooga

You will find a surprising number of harbors and marinas located around the area that can offer rentals and Chattanooga boat charters. The best options include:

  • Brown’s Ferry Marina
  • Chickamauga Marina
  • Gold Point Yacht Harbor
  • Fairview Harbor
  • Lakeshore Marina
  • Chattanooga Yacht Club
  • Big Ridge Yacht Club
  • Harbor Lights Marina

There are plenty of harbors and marinas located on Chickamauga Lake and the Tennessee River.

What Is There to See in Chattanooga?

You will never run out of things to do in Chattanooga even when you aren’t on the water. This is the fourth largest city in the state of Tennessee, and it features places for the entire family to enjoy, such as:

  • The Tennessee Aquarium
  • Creative Discovery Museum
  • Lookout Mountain
  • The Hunter Museum of Art
  • Tennessee Riverpark
  • Walnut Street Bridge
  • Racoon Mountain Caverns
  • Ruby Falls

What Boats Should I Rent in Chattanooga?

There are more options for Chattanooga boat rentals than you may realize. When you rent a boat in Chattanooga, you could opt for a large float boat, charter a double-decker pontoon, or get a fishing boat with an inboard or outboard motor. You can find great options for the way you want to enjoy your time.

How much does it cost to rent Boat with a captain in Chattanooga?

Renting Boat in Chattanooga cost around $831.00 per day. Many boats can be rented with a captain, and at an additional price to the rental. Renting with a captain can cost an extra 180 to 200 dollars per day. However, some boats include the cost of the captain.

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