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Boat Rental on Lake Havasu with Click&Boat

Straddling the border between Arizona and California, Lake Havasu is an up-and-coming boating destination. It’s also a great starting point to explore the Mojave desert or the lower Sonoran desert nearby. With 5 boat ramps, various beaches, plenty of open water and lots to see… your time in the desert will be one to remember.

Make sure that your Lake Havasu adventure starts with a boat rental! You will not regret exploring this area from a whole new perspective!

How much does it cost to rent a boat on Lake Havasu?

When it comes to renting a boat on Lake Havasu, there are a few factors to consider that may influence the final price. For example, the size, type and model of the boat, as well as if it is the high or low tourism season in the area. There are also optional extras such as the services of a captain, as well water sport equipment that may not be included in the initial price.

  • Lake Havasu boat rentals start at $545/day, however, some boats may cost up to $985/day. Many boat owners also offer weekly rentals, and reduce the daily prices depending on the number of days.
  • Jet ski rentals are another popular option, with rentals starting around $452/day.

Since you are interested in renting a boat on Lake Havasu, how about checking our offers which include pontoon boats, ski boats and more in these nearby destinations too:

Making the most of your Lake Havasu boat rentals

At Lake Havasu, there is something for everyone. So get ready to enjoy a full day (or more!) out on the water. If you are looking for a great experience, these are our top recommendations:

- Surprisingly enough, out on the water, you will see a bridge called ‘London Bridge’, the little sister of a more famous bridge in London, England. The bridge was relocated to the lake from the British capital five decades ago and connects the island in Colorado River with Lake Havasu City. So be sure to cruise on under it and along the Bridgewater Canal.

- Lake Havasu State Park offers a variety of lovely beaches, perfect for dropping an anchor of your Lake Havasu yacht rental. After this, you can spend the afternoon sunbathing and having a picnic.

- Grass Island is cool to see. Be careful of the water levels, as there tends to be shallow water. This island and lighthouse mark the start of the southernmost portion of the lake.

- Copper Canyon, a local favorite for gatherings out on the water, but remains a calm and relaxing atmosphere.

- Fun out on the lake isn’t complete without water sports! Try your hand at water skiing, wakeboarding, paddle boarding and more. Venture to Skiers Island, which is especially popular amongst families as they offer watersports for everyone, regardless of age or level.

- Red Rock, an absolute must during sunset. Watch as the light hits Red Rock Cove from the deck of your private boat rental in Lake Havasu - how romantic! Or alternatively, you can see the ‘Sleeping Indian’ (a distinct silhouette formed by the merging of three mountains) from afar.

- Dock your yacht rental and spend a night boat camping on Friendly Island! This island has restroom facilities, barbecue stations and trash receptacles – everything you would need for an enjoyable family camping experience. This island is also well protected from the wind and boat wakes. What’s not to love?

- Looking for a great place to relax during the day – why not sail to The Sandbar? Located about 7.5 miles north of where the lake transitions into a river, The Sandbar is a perfect place to chill out, listen to music, and top up your tan. On busy days, there can be over 500 boats anchored here!

- Not only is Picture Rock gorgeous to look at, but as you approach the formation aboard your Lake Havasu boat rental, you will be able to see the remnants of prehistoric petroglyphs that were carved into the rock by Native American tribes.

What else is there to do in Lake Havasu City?

So what is there to do off the water? For those who like to gamble, they may opt to visit the local casinos or even take a road trip to Las Vegas. Nature lovers can appreciate the lake’s wildlife refuge, a natural habitat for endangered species such as razorback suckers. History buffs may want to visit the Lake Havasu Museum of History, where Native American and steamboat history is celebrated.

Lake Havasu City is home to many gorgeous, natural sites. After disembarking from your Lake Havasu boat rental, make sure to plan a visit to some of the following locations:

  • Topock Gorge
  • Chalk Cliffs
  • Site Six Fishing Pier
  • Balance Rock 

When is the best time to rent a boat? 

Arizona remains warm and sunny nearly all year, meaning you can head out on the water at any time. However, boat rentals in Lake Havasu City are the most popular during the summer months, starting in mid April to early October. It is the perfect time to cool off from the sun and heat! But remember, the evenings tend to be cool- especially in low season, so remember to take a jacket with you.

Boat rentals in this area are quite popular, especially in the summer! So be sure to book in advance to make sure you can reserve your dream boat.

Can I rent a boat on Lake Havasu with a captain?

Yes! With Click&Boat you have the option to rent a boat with or without a captain, depending if you have the required boat licenses/qualifications.

For those you have a boat license, bareboat rentals are available. However, you prefer to sit back and relax then choose to rent with a captain. They can also take care of setting up and driving if you’re interested in practicing water sports. Our captains are local experts who know the area best! Let them show you all the top places to check out including, secluded beaches and coves, as well as give you recommendations on the best restaurants and bars- if you are interested in docking’n’dining.

Renting a boat with Click&Boat

With Click&Boat, the leading boat rental service, select from a large offer of boat rentals on Lake Havasu. From motorboats fit for water sports to jet skis, you’ll find a boat that fits your budget and suits your needs!

Once you have found the boat of your dreams, send a message using our internal messaging system to the boat owner in order to clarify any questions you may have. Then all you have to do is book. It is as easy as that. And after your rental, be sure to leave a review about your experience and the boat.

If you prefer, you can also request a quote for free and our team of expert sailing advisors can help you plan your boating day out on the lake.

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Jul 24, 2021
There is so much to see in Lake Havasu City from the worlds largest Antique, the famous Channel to hang out in, water front dining, helicopter rides, great fishing too !! Come and enjoy our beautiful home !!!