18' Bayliner Bowrider Rental in Vancouver, British Columbia
See the skyscrapers along the waterfront of Coal Harbour and enjoy the calm pristine lake-like waters of the Indian Arm Inlet. If you're looking for a boat to rent in this area? Then we offer our 18' Bayliner Bowrider that can carry up to 6 person. Rates starting from $90 CAD per hour and a minimum booking of 4 hours. Rates do not include insurance, gas, and tax. Fuel, Tax and $10 insurance not included with any rentals. Our 18ft long Bayliner is powered by 90 hp Yamaha outboard and can take you and your friends or family member. This is the best way to enjoy the calm pristine lake-like waters. Specification - Make: Bayliner - Type: Bow Rider - Length: 18 feet - Engine: 90 horse power - Outboard: Mercury - Capacity: 6 Seats - iphone and USB equiped Stereo - am/fm radio - Safety Equipment - Life Jackets - Maps of Inlet Our rental boats provide a variety of sizes, power, and styles to meet everyone's needs. We offer smaller, less expensive boats for small groups, to fancy Bayliner Bow Riders. So depending on what you are looking for, we can provide it! If you are looking for a small boat for a harbor cruise or a sporty speed boat for the day, we are your company! Why buy a boat and pay for moorage, insurance, and maintenance when you can rent one from us for a fraction of the price? If you think you will use our boats on a regular basis it is worthwhile to check out our Membership offerings. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is not included.
- Trip may require hiring additional qualified personnel.
- 6 guests
- Powerboats, Pontoons, & RIBs
We are a Canadian owned family business that has been operating for 20 years. Wes has been the owneroperator for all these years and knows the business and waters like the back of his hand. He is able to offer custom trip ideas for every customer as he has rented over 15,000 boats to over 60,000 people over his career. With safety being paramount, Wes and his staff are able to give precise directions to safely navigate and avoid any shallow waterways so you can sit back and enjoy the trip stress-free. Wes is passionate about what he does, and loves being the guy to help connect people with being on the ocean and ensuring they have the best experience possible. Seeing the smile on families’ faces when they return from a day on the water is why I’m in this business. He and his partner Andrea are expecting their first child in June 2018.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Wheel steering
- Single Engine
- Fuel type: Gas
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 2 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
Boat Rules 1. You do not need a boating license, but you must have a driver's license and be able to read and speak English so we can be sure you understand the safety rules and boating regulations. 2. We reserve the right to refuse service if we believe safety requirements are not met. We are here to provide a service to those that want to see our remarkable scenery and beautiful waters. Whether you are a tourist, local, or something in between, we aim to offer an exceptional experience BUT not at the expense of your safety or the safety of other boaters. That is the only reason we reserve the right to refuse service. Absolutely no drinking allowed on boats Boat driver must be 21 years or older. Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) 1. Do I need a Boating License? No. We are able to provide you with a license for the duration of your rental by completing an easy safety checklist. 2. Can anyone rent a boat? As much as we would like to say yes, the answer is no. Not everyone is able to meet our qualifications in order to rent a boat. For safety reasons only, all potential customers must be able to speak, read, and understand English. If someone is unable to understand the rules and guidelines of renting a boat due to a language barrier, then we reserve the right to refuse service due to safety concerns. If we feel that a person is not understanding the rules or the lesson for the operation of the boat, then we reserve the right to refuse service. If we feel like a person is under the influence of alcohol or narcotics, then we reserve the right to refuse service. We are here to provide a service to those that want to see our remarkable scenery and beautiful waters. Whether you are a tourist, local, or something in between, we aim to offer an exceptional experience BUT not at the expense of your safety or the safety of other boaters. That is the only reason we reserve the right to refuse service. We do offer guided tours so you can still get out on the water. 3. What are your boundaries? Bowen Island to the West and Indian Arm to the East. 4. What are your hours of operation? We are open from 10 till 8 everyday, 7 days a week. Last boat out at 6 and must be back by 8. We will gladly accommodate earlier rentals, however, arrangements must be made in advance. Weather conditions may effect our hours of operation. 5. Can we reserve a boat? And if so, how far in advance? Is there a deposit required? Yes you can reserve a boat and we encourage you to do so. However, we can only hold a boat till 10 am on weekends and 11 am on weekdays. After that it is first come, first serve. However, it is our main goal to get everyone out on the water, so we do everything in our power to get you out. This is best done by getting your name on a wait list and keeping in contact throughout the day. Although reservations are recommended at anytime, they are especially useful on weekends due to high demand. It is recommended that reservations are made a few days in advance, especially for weekend rentals. There is a $50 deposit required that will be credited towards your rental. 48 hours cancelation policy in effect for full refunds. If it rains on the day of your reservation then your deposit will be refunded. Reservations and deposits may be made over the phone. 6. Can we drink alcohol on the boat? The same rules to drinking and driving apply on the water. If the driver is caught under the influence then they will lose their drivers license. We will use our discretion on the dock. 7. Can we water ski or tow tubes? Due to insurance restrictions we are not able to allow our boats to be used for those purposes. We do, however, offer guided waterski charters. Inquire for more info. 8. What are the extra costs on top of the hourly rental rate? There is a one time $10 insurance charge for the boat, fuel and tax. Fuel costs depend on how far and how fast you are going. The faster you go the more fuel you use. Depending on the boat rented, fuel may range from $10 - $30 per hour. 9. Do your fishing boats come with gear? Yes, our fleet of fishing boats are fully loaded with rods, downriggers, tackle, depth sounders and more. 10. Do you provide fishing licenses? No, but you can pick them up online. 11. Do you provide diving lessons? No. We provide a taxi service to dive sights. We also can arrange a guide. However, you must be certified. 12. Where do your sightseeing tours go? We do not have set tours. We provide more of a custom tour based on what our clients want to see and how long they want to go. With our knowledge of the area and hot spots, we are sure to get you the most out of the tour. 13. Why us? Two conveniently located offices with quick access to either Indian Arm or Bowen Island. We have the nicest and newest fleet of Bow Riders in Vancouver. We have a large range of sizes and prices to accommodate everyone. Lots of parking in both locations.