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Find the right listing for you and your crew, with options for boat types, group size, captained or self-charter, and lots more.
Found one you like? Send a rental inquiry with your preferred trip details, and you’ll receive an offer from your captain to book.
Coordinate a pick-up place and time, meet your boat captain, and get out onto the water!
Boat rentals in Nashville cost between $150-$300/hour on average for an 8-10 person powerboat rental. Boat rental prices in Nashville depend on the size of boat, the duration of the rental, how many people, and the desired itinerary.
Kayaking is a great activity to enjoy in Nashville. You can kayak on the Cumberland River that goes right through the city, or if you drive just outside of Nashville, there are great kayaking opportunities on Old Hickory Lake, and J Percy Priest Lake, not far from the city.
Some spots near Nashville where you can go fishing and rent fishing boats include Old Hickory Lake, J Percy Priest Lake, and on the Cumberland River. It’s advisable to get out of the heart of the city if you’re river fishing in Nashville.