Rent a luxury yacht in San Francisco

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Sail
With or without a captain
Price per day
1,050 - $20,950+
Boat length
164 - 656+ ft
Engine power
0 - 400+ hp
Year of manufacture
2002 - 2023
Search radius
50 Max MI
+100 motor yachts available

72' Mangusta (2008)

Miami Beach
7
With captain
 2

From $3,880 per day

Sunseeker Predator 60 "Nauttia" With Jetski (2001)

Miami
7
With captain
 1

From $3,778 per day

PRINCESS 61: THE EIGHTH WONDER OF THE WORLD (2012)

Ayia Napa
4
With captain
 2 · Super owner

From $4,083 per day

Azimut 80' Carat (2003)

Miami
6
With captain

From $6,177 per day

Motor yacht Navali liguri Ghibli 1500hp (1980)

San Foca
10
With captain
Private

From $2,617 per day

Motor yacht Princess V65 2600hp (2001)

Gallipoli
6
With captain
Private

From $3,538 per day

Motor yacht Versil Falcon71 1000hp (1991)

Vieste
10
With captain
Private

From $2,387 per day

Viking Princess 70ft in St Petersburg! (2003)

St. Petersburg
8
With captain

From $5,775 per day

Lazzara 84 YACHT in Miami (2005)

Miami
10
With captain
Super owner

From $6,595 per day

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Aicon 58-18 SPECIAL EDITION (2010)

Miami
2
With captain

From $3,664 per day

Money For Nothing - Lazarra 116 Mega Yacht in Palm Beach (2008)

Palm Beach
8
With captain

From $6,606 per day

LAZZARA 75 YACHT (2014)

Miami
8
With captain
Super owner

From $5,454 per day

Motor yacht Princess Flybridge 65 (2016)

Miami Beach
12
With or without a captain

From $3,769 per day

Motor yacht Perishing Epic 80 (2010)

Fort Lauderdale
12
With or without a captain

From $5,779 per day

Motor yacht Azimut Flybridge 72 (2012)

Miami Beach
12
With or without a captain

From $5,528 per day

Affordable Luxury 84 foot Custom Yacht (1988)

Tampa
6
With captain

From $5,025 per day

Motor yacht Azimut 85 (1999)

Aventura
12
With or without a captain

From $5,528 per day

Motor yacht Sunseeker Predator 84

North Bay Village
12
With or without a captain

From $5,276 per day

Can I rent a yacht in San Francisco with a skipper?

Many of our yacht rentals in San Francisco come with the option of renting a captain and/or crew. Although this may be a bit more expensive, having a skipper on board will make your experience even better. A skipper will know San Francisco and its surrounding area very well, so this is a great chance for you to discover hidden beaches or lesser-known attractions situated just next to the Pacific Ocean. A skipper will also be able to adapt your sailing route so that it best suits both your desires, and those of your family and friends.

If you decide to rent a skippered yacht rental in San Francisco, your experience will definitely be more relaxed as the skipper will take care of the sailing, docking and anchoring of the boat. This means that you can sit back, worry-free, and soak in the beauty of this stunning city. 

Where to sail to on your San Francisco yacht rental

Boating and sailing around San Francisco Bay is an incredible experience. That’s why there are so many boat tours and ferries that operate throughout the year! When you’re on the water, you’ll get uninterrupted views of Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, Treasure Island, and the San Francisco skyline (pending the infamous fog). Contrary to popular belief, summer is not an ideal time for boating or sailing in San Francisco. In fact, it’s somewhat dangerous because of the fog! Consider planning your trip during fall or winter when there’s no rain or fog in the forecast.

During your yacht rental in San Francisco, you have options for cruising around the protected waters of San Francisco Bay and San Pablo Bay (highly recommended) or entering the wild Pacific Ocean. Here are the best boating destinations located near San Francisco:

  • Find anchorage at Paradise Cove, a hidden gem and secluded oasis located along the Tiburon Peninsula. It’s a great place for fishing!
  • Navigate past Pier 39 and Fisherman’s Wharf! Keep your eyes peeled for sea lions!
  • Cruise around Alcatraz, but don’t stop on the (haunted) island!
  • Sail under the Golden Gate Bridge for an incredible photo-op.
  • Boat around the calm waters of San Pablo Bay, there’s a lot of beautiful wildlife and scenery if you stick close to China Camp State Park or Hamilton Wetlands.
  • Venturing out into the Pacific Ocean is an adventure, probably best for experienced sailors or captained charters as the water is usually rough and wild in this part of California. 

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