Find The Best Boat Rentals in Vancouver, Canada.

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Luxury 40 feet yacht in Vancouver, Canada
hour$248
Vancouver
Super Owner11 guests

Luxury 40 feet yacht in Vancouver, Canada

Sightseeing in Vancouver
hour$150
Vancouver
4 guests

Sightseeing in Vancouver

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What to know about renting a boat in Vancouver

Boating season in Vancouver is abundant with activities that make the English Bay special. Renting a boat and enjoying the coast and waterways of Vancouver is a must. Cruising the English Bay on a pontoon, renting a motorboat for a day, or whale watching are all fantastic choices to try while in Vancouver.

A yacht charter with a professional captain will take you to all the best spots around Vancouver. Boating gives you a unique perspective on the city from the deck of a boat. You can customize your experience to include food and beverages, making for a comfortable day of cruising. It’s a great choice for events like bachelor and bachelorette parties, family get-togethers, and corporate gatherings.

Watersports are a fun thing to try while traveling in Vancouver. Scuba diving is a popular choice for travelers who want to explore this area of the Pacific and get a chance to see the gorgeous giant manta rays that inhabit these waters. Scuba charters are available through GetMyBoat in Vancouver, and they cater to everyone from beginners to diving professionals.

A Fishing charter leaving from Vancouver is a fun way to spend a day. With a professional guide, you’ll get a chance to reel in some impressive fish - Chinook Salmon, Sturgeon, Steelhead, and Trout to name just a few. These fishing charters come with all the tackle, equipment and bait that you’ll need. Your guide can take you to the best fishing spots so you’re guaranteed a successful day fishing in Vancouver!

For active and outdoorsy travelers, renting a Kayak or a stand-up paddleboard is a way to get some exercise and explore the shoreline. You can rent a kayak or paddleboard on your own and paddle yourself around, or embark on a guided adventure. There are even yoga class offerings on stand-up paddleboards!

Boating Events in Vancouver

There are many boating events that take place in Vancouver throughout the year, especially during the summer months. The Vancouver Boat Show is a massive exhibition every January that features lots of exhibitors, vendors, and other events.

The Canadian International Dragon Boat Festival is in Vancouver every June. It’s an exciting celebration, the largest of its kind in North America. During the races, there are loads of family-friendly events, food vendors, live entertainment and other activities going on.

Several sailing regattas bring sailors together to compete in Vancouver during the summer.

Other Things To Do in Vancouver

While on land in Vancouver, there are many museums, entertainment venues, and other activities to experience. It’s known for having many comedy clubs, so check out a show while in the city. Sports games, especially hockey, draw the biggest crowds to Vancouver and create an exciting atmosphere in the city.

Cultural events and festivals are a common occurrence in Vancouver. These fun events include the Chinese New Year celebrations in Chinatown, Vancouver. This is an exciting and colorful event in this part of the city. The EAT! Vancouver food festival is another fabulous event that brings celebrity chefs and emerging food trends to the city.

Marinas in Vancouver

A few of the top marinas in Vancouver include the Coal Harbour Marina, Burrard Civic Marina, Quayside Marina and Bayshore West Marina. Not only do these marinas provide all the amenities a boater needs, they offer gorgeous views of the mountains in the distance. Most of the marinas are conveniently located near downtown, so it won’t be difficult to get from your accommodation to your boat.

About Vancouver

Vancouver is the largest city in Western Canada located in British Columbia. It’s one of Canada's most beautiful cities. It’s a traveler's paradise. With mountains, water all around, and a magnificent skyline, this seaport city is a popular destination year round.

Vancouver boasts of several beaches with English Bay Beach being the most popular in the downtown area. Bordered on the east by the Stanley Park Seawall, the beach offers a café, concessions and kayak rentals.It’s a gorgeous city that sits between the Pacific Ocean and the Coast Mountains. It has a very high standard of living and is considered one of the best places to live. Three primary districts divide the city, the city center, the eastside, and the westside. Within these divisions, there are diverse and interesting neighborhoods to explore.

The best time of year to visit Vancouver is during the months of April through October. The summer is a beautiful season, with sunny skies, warm temperatures, and the city seems to come alive with people enjoying the outdoors. The ocean breeze keeps the city from ever getting too hot and humid. Winter in Vancouver is pretty mild with lighter rain than other parts of the Pacific Northwest.

To get to Vancouver, the easiest way is to fly into the Vancouver International Airport. From here you can take the SkyTrain - the public transport system that will get you downtown, or take a taxi to your accommodation. A train is a scenic option if you’re coming from another part of Canada, although this option can be pricey.

GetMyBoat customer reviews for boat rentals in Vancouver.

  1. RM
    Rachel
    Luxury Sailing Yacht in Vancouver

    What an amazing experience. It was a chillier day but the cab was heated. When the sun did come out we got to sit on the haul of the boat and drink champagne. They provided cold glasses and offered to pick up drinks and snacks. At the end of the trip at our request they dropped us at the restaurant for dinner!

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    Addie
    Maxum Deck Boat for Rent Deep Cove, North Vancouver

    What a great way to see Vancouver! Michael was so knowledgeable about the area, he shared really great bits of information and was very well prepared for the trip. It really was the highlight of our trip to Vancouver and the best decision! 10/10 would recommend captain Griff!

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    Rachel
    Luxury Yacht Downtown Vancouver

    This was an absolutely stellar experience. I surprised my boyfriend with a yacht party with his friends for his 21st birthday, and my goodness was it worth every penny. I first off got an amazing discount simply because it was my boyfriend's birthday and that I was surprising him, but I would have paid full price or more for that experience. Communication was reliable, consistent and friendly, and we all felt very well cared for and extremely spoiled. The inside of the boat was decorated and evidently extremely well taken care of. They had everything we needed, and everything we didn't! My boyfriend was in shock, and still is. I got appreciation messages and posts beyond belief for organizing this and it was all thanks to the outstanding owner and everyone involved with the process of booking this. I had wonderful communication with Adam, as well as the boat owner lacey. If you were not already convinced by the mere listing, please take this recommendation to heart and give my girl lacey a shout! You'll remember it forever. ❤

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    Herleen
    Maxum Deck Boat for Rent Deep Cove, North Vancouver

    We had a wonderful time on Captain Mike's boat with our two children. We felt very safe and comfortable with him and he provided lots of interesting information about the area. We will definitely book with Mike again in the future.

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    Natasha
    Luxury 40 feet yacht in Vancouver, Canada

    My family had an amazing time on the boat! We got to relax and jump into the water as well while taking in a breathtaking sunset. I’d highly recommend renting this boat if you have a large family (11 ppl) like mine.

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    Ivanna
    Maxum Deck Boat for Rent Deep Cove, North Vancouver

    The trip was awesome, everybody in our group enjoyed it. We had little kids with us, and they couldn't shut up about how they loved it and that they want to go again immediately. Captain Mike made us all feel welcome and secure (I'm a nervous mom, who hasn't been on the water for a while). He is a knowledgeable guide; we went towards Vancouver, and learnt a lot of curious things about all the industrial sights we are so used to see, but never knew what they were. Loved it!