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21' Sea Ray in Seattle21' Sea Ray in Seattle21' Sea Ray in Seattle21' Sea Ray in Seattle

21' Sea Ray in Seattle

5.0(10 reviews)
15 bookings

This 20’ Sea Ray Sundeck 200 is in fabulous condition and kept super clean. It’s super easy to drive. You get help at the dock launching and landing. It has a sun cover (Bimini Canvas Top) and full zip in windowed enclosure from the windshield past the rear seats. It goes out in the rain and still a nice cozy ride! It has a portable toilet closet on board for emergencies. When ya gotta go-ya gotta go! Take this out on Lake Washington and have some safe fun! Pickup is ONLY in South Lake Union. Once booked more details will be communicated for meeting. There is a table that can be placed in the rear or front seating areas. The front of the boat has boards that can be inserted and a cushion to become a large daybed. It’s got a sound system with Bluetooth connection. There is an inflator for your self-provided inflatables. There are also cell phone charging cables. There is a depth finder/navigation unit on board. I have various children’s life jackets. The boat has life jackets for everyone aboard. All safety equipment will be pointed out in person. ✅ I have these Add-Ons available at an extra cost: *Sublue Navbow Water Scooter *Seadoo Spark Trixx Jetski *Floating mat *Floating dock *Bring-a-pet ✅ I require a 3-hour minimum. Higher pricing on holiday weekends, Seafair, Sailgating Husky football games etc. ✅ The capacity is 8 people regardless of age or a maximum of 1100 pounds. ✅ Self-captained rentals need to have an experienced operator. Please share your previous captaining and boat handling experience. If determined you have limited experience, you may be asked to not venture out on Lake Washington because of the wave dynamics and extra dangers from boating there vs Lake Union-Ship Canal. I have had renters almost sink this boat by a large wake crashing over the bow. ✅ The boat may not go through the Ballard Locks and into the Puget Sound. ✅ Owner required boating speed limits on Lake Washington will be required depending on number of passengers, weight and experience. ✅ Gas is paid at the end of the rental at a flat rate per hour. Currently $46/hour. Owner fills the gas on owners time to allow renters more time on the water vs other rental boats making you spend 1/3-1/5 your time at the gas dock and increases your damage risk with docking. ✅ Watersports such as towables, waterskiing or wakeboarding may be allowed depending on experience and comfort of owner. My sole goal is safety and not having any incidents. Renter would have to supply all gear for liability reasons. I have no gear to rent. ✅ Important Boat Rules: To limit extra damage risks, I don’t allow the boat to be tied up to other boats. Please ask for permission if you intend to 1) anchor [Manual throw over anchor] (can only Anchor in Union Bay, Cozy Cove and Andrew’s Bay) or 2) are interested in docking anywhere (for very experienced operators). Absolutely no smoking/vaping. No red wine or foods that can stain. No pets unless paying for the add-a-pet add-on. No shoes (take off at boarding). Boat must be as perfectly clean as provided or a minimum $100 cleaning fee would apply. Trash must be taken with you. Provide your own drinks, food, snacks, cooler and ice, towels etc. There is a late fee $100 to $1000 so please return exactly on time. If other rentals get canceled because of lateness, the fee can vary drastically. More details and disclosures will be texted upon booking.

Starting from

Base Cost
  • $125/hr
    3 hrs min
  • $79/hr
    8 hrs min
Captain Not Included
Customer provides or acts as the qualified operator.


92 total bookings
Best of 2023
8 guests
Powerboats, Pontoons, & RIBs

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5.0 (10 reviews)
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5 photos have been added by reviewers who booked this listing.
  1. Jeremy

    Brian has you covered! The boat was great. Brian provided a ton of details prior to the day and was very helpful on the day. He is very thorough. We were able to boat around Lake Union and Lake Washington a little bit and even got a swim in. Great day!

  2. Sarah

    Brian really made this such an easy and enjoyable experience. Gave excellent and straightforward instructions for pick up and drop off and was always available for questions. The boat was clean, easy to operate and had all the amenities as promised. I plan on renting this exact boat again soon!

  3. CC


    Brian and his team were awesome to work with, and we can't wait to go out again. Fun and clean boat that was the perfect fit for our needs -- can't recommend it enough!

  4. TM


    Brian was great and we really liked renting his boat - it was easy to drive around Lake Union. We all had a great time and would definitely rent again in the future!

  5. DJ


    Fantastic boat, as advertised. Great working with Brian, who was very responsive and helpful in the process. Will rent from Brian again in the future!



92 total bookings
Best of 2023

I’ve been around the water most of my life from the family boat to a decade in the sport of rowing. Thanks for your interest in renting!

Features & Details

Sea Ray
Sundeck 200
  • Bluetooth
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Fish Finder
  • GPS
  • Fuel type: Gas
  • Single Engine
  • Chart Plotter
  • Bimini
  • Wheel steering
  • Inboard Engine
  • Enclosure
  • Music System
  • Toilet
  • Outboard Engine
  • Radio

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

50% refund up to 14 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

Boat Rental Disclosures By booking, taking possession of the vessel, you automatically agree to the following: Operating vessel: We will go over safety information in person.  It’s a legal NO WAKE zone/7 knots (8mph) speed limit from Ballard Locks to Lake Union/Ship Canal to the 520 bridge/Webster Point (entrance to Lake Washington). I recommend going only 6mph to avoid a wake on this boat with numerous passengers. You can see speed and depth on the screen left side of helm. Be careful so a ticket doesn’t ruin your day! The boat may not go through the Ballard Locks and into the Puget Sound. If heading out to Lake Washington, when traveling through Union Bay, stay in the main channel or to the left all the way past Webster point before turning right, to the south. There are shallow places with under water pilings that can cause severe damage. Note: it takes 45 minutes to get from Union Bay to the starting point in South Lake Union in other words 1.5 hours roundtrip! Once on Lake Washington I have a vessel speed limit of 15 knots if you only have a few passengers, otherwise, if a large load of passengers, a lower speed applies. It is easiest to follow the speed limit by RPMs, please ask what max and best cruising RPMs to run engine at depending on load. It is possible for an exception to be made depending on passenger load/skill set of renter and comfortability of owner. The engine(s) suffer much wear being a rental boat and any higher speed greatly reduces the life of the engine in addition to owner not knowing the true skill set of individual renters knowledge of planing/using trim tabs properly and the fact of speed leading to increased safety issues and dramatically higher gas consumption which comes with an uncomfortable sticker shock. I have remote boat monitoring including GPS & speed tracking so please understand this rule is to be strictly followed. This boat has a “smart” kill switch which are red wrist bands located in the right side of boat compartment. By pressing the button on the wrist strap it will either turn on the kill switch system or turn it off. Under the steering wheel you will see a display. There should be a blue light on the top of the display indicating the system is on. The system must be on to turn the engine on with a blue light. By wearing the wrist band, if you the driver of the boat fell overboard it would turn the engine off by losing a connection. Make sure to not accidentally press the engine trim button with your right thumb. Keep thumb away from throttle. Make sure to stand up while operating the boat for maximum visibility. Remember that paddle boarders, rowers, kayakers, sailboats all have the right-of-way. You must slow down, reverse, go around etc. As a rental, please just give everyone the right of way as a lot of boaters are inexperienced and don’t know the rules and many people can be quite aggressive on the water. Stay 200 feet to the east or west of the buoys in the center of Lake Union when their lights are flashing yellow. This is the seaplane takeoff/landing zone. VERY IMPORTANT: this boat is low to the water and in large waves/wave, water can easily crash over the bow and flood the boat. This has happened a few times. Please always position the boat at a 45 degree angle into the waves. Please provide a backup contact person/phone number for me to reach the boat in case your phone is out of reach or you are distracted. Communication is critical to ensure a great experience! Safety Equipment: The lifejackets are under the front right (starboard) seat. The throwable cushion is in the toilet closet. The flare kit, a first aid kit, a manual hand bilge pump are under the rear left seats. The orange swimmer flag and a boat hook are readily accessible. The horn is operational at the helm. A backup horn is in a compartment on the right side of the driver seat. The fire extinguisher is also on the right side of the driver seat. The engine rear compartment has an automatic fire extinguisher. For rentals in evening hours: please turn on at dusk the NAV & ANCHOR light switches on the right side of help, to the right of the steering wheel. DO NOT turn on any other switches on accident as it could burn out the bilge pump, or turning on Dock Lights while boat is on open waters is not allowed etc. Other equipment: There is a table in the toilet closet that can be set up in the rear or front of the boat. There is an inflator for blow up inflatables. There is a multi-type charging cable to the right of the captain chair. The main seating area of the boat has a full zip-in windowed enclosure for cooler/rainy days. Insurance: The rental does not come with any insurance provided by the site, if you booked on any platform. Insurance is accessible by the Owner only which has a renter endorsement. Renter agrees by taking possession of the vessel to be immediately liable for the first $3,000 in damages before pursuing any such insurance claim to prevent an inundation of insurance claims caused by renters which would in turn would cause higher premiums and potentially being dropped by insurance carriers. If an insurance claim is filed and in the event insurance will not cover an incident for whatever hypothetical reason, the renter is completely liable for any and all damages to the vessel, other vessels and structures, contents of vessel, damages to other’s property, injuries, death that occurs do to any incident while under the control, possession of the renter even if the renter is away from the vessel, during the rental period. Renter understands by taking possession of vessel, renter waives all rights for any suit against and all liabilities to vessel owner and understands renter is solely liable for the complete cost of damages to vessel caused by renter or anyone else including other vessels causing damage to the vessel, vessels contents, damage to any other’s property, the health and safety of renter’s self, any of renters passengers and anyone renter may encounter during the duration of the rental. If an insurance claim is filed and denied, or the costs exceed insurance limits, and in the event of any injuries to any parties, renter understands all medical costs are the renters responsibility and liability and the owner is not to be liable in any way whatsoever. The owner of the vessel may choose completely and solely at owner’s discretion to offer to limit damages sustained to vessel to the full amount of owner’s insurance policy’s deductible and any other incidental costs associated with making a claim. However, if damage affects future rentals or for any reason at owner’s discretion, complete costs of damages, medical bills, or any incident caused by renter or renter’s guests will be solely and completely renter’s financial responsibility and fully liable for any incidents and costs of loss of usage for future canceled rentals due to damage caused during the rental. Pickup location/process: We will be meeting at the public dock at the GPS location texted to you in Southeast Lake Union. In an extenuating circumstance we might have to meet at another location such as Chandlers Cove in South Lake Union or the Sunnyside Ave N Boat ramp/dock in northeast Lake Union or another possible location. Owner will communicate which location in advance of rental. Please note the pickup location may have to be changed from these locations depending on circumstances. Most likely, I or my assistant will shove the boat away from the dock after going over everything you need to know about the boat and we may be doing a demonstration docking of how to slowly approach the dock at the end of the rental. PLEASE DO NOT APPROACH the dock at the end of the rental until we communicate and that I or my assistant is waiting for you at the dock. Please slowly approach the dock alternating between neutral and forward for brief periods of time. Approach either of us at the dock at a 45 degree angle and slowly. Boat rules: Be respectful of other boats and noise levels especially in marina/dock area. No pets unless paying for the add-a-pet add-on. Please remove shoes prior to boarding. Do not allow any passengers to sit on the bow top back of seats while the boat is in motion or while stopped to protect the passenger and the seats. The only time people should stand is moving to and from the area.  For safety and to prevent damage, no standing or sitting on swim platform while the engine is on and please never sit on top backrest of rear seating. Follow legal requirements for children wearing life jackets where applicable. Children life jackets are under the front right (starboard) side seat. When engine is off, maximum of 3 people standing/sitting on swim deck as a weight limit exists. No smoking, vaping and no drugs. Be aware that waterways are patrolled by the Coast Guard and possessing marijuana is still a federal crime. No tying up to other boats and absolutely no docking unless asking for and granted permission first as the risk of damage is greatest in these two situations which has happened in the past. Please inform me if you plan to anchor so I can let you know the two spots you can anchor the boat. I’ve had renters lose money due to losing the anchor and line by anchoring in the wrong location. Only well qualified renters may use boat for towables/watersports. You must receive documented permission for these activities given the much greater risks to life. It is a throw overboard anchor in the front compartment. Move folding ladder out of the way to access anchor. Do not use the  ladder in the front of the boat as it can’t support constant wear and tear like the rear swim ladder. Be careful to stay in the main channel and away from the south shore towards the 520 bridge and only maneuver boat under main tall passageways. I’ve had a renter break the propeller disabling the boat completely by going in shallow waters next to a dock. Absolutely no docking at the Madison Beach Dock or any other dock! Boat may not go on the Puget Sound through the locks due to much greater risks and future rental time constraints.  Gas: Gas is paid in cash or electronically at the end of the rental. The minimum (depending on usage with higher RPMs or towing, could be higher): $46 per rental hour on single engine boat assuming standard cruising RPMs. Gas can be more than the minimum especially on half day trips if the engine is run the full 4 hours and the trip includes circling Mercer Island for example which usually means the engine is run at a higher RPMs. I have minimums as it takes quite a bit of work and extra time to keep refilling the boat which I or my assistant does instead of other rental companies which make the renter spend too much of their rental time on refilling the gas. My process leads to happier customers and less damage to the boats since constant docking isn’t required. Cleaning: Entire boat must be returned in same clean condition as provided. Please use a provided boat towel located in the cabinet, slightly dampen and scrub all decking and seats upon return and best to do after most have stepped off boat. Cleaning wipes, cleaners, rags, paper towels, vacuum are all provided. Cleaners are under front left seat. Vacuum, towels, garbage bags, cleaning wipes are in toilet closet. Please keep any dark liquids away from seats. No red wines as when spilt is difficult to impossible to remove. No pets allowed. Please again, no smoking. If the boat is left dirty, or smoking occurs there will be $100 minimum cleaning fee. Any stains to upholstery will incur a $750 fee for reupholstering. Music: The boat has a small Bluetooth device in the right side of boat (starboard) cabinet that is plugged into a headphone jack. Make sure to keep the mode on the music receiver as “AUX” to listen to music via Bluetooth. Make sure the Bluetooth adapter is switched to on. To set the adapter in discovery mode you might need to press and hold the adapters button until it turns white. The Bluetooth device name is “J22” There is a cell phone multi-phone charging cable on the right side of the driver seat along with a blower. The ports to plug these into is in that compartment on the forward wall of the compartment. Toilet: The portable toilet is in a small cabinet and by any means is not comfortable. This boat is one of very few in this size that has one. It’s better to have one than not have one! To add water to the basin use the round pump on the left when looking at the toilet and lift the round handle up and down many times to pump water into basin. To “flush”, pull grey lever in the front center to let gravity make contents fall. The light switch for the toilet closet is the far right of steering wheel switch labeled cockpit light. Late fees: 10-29 minutes late $100. 30 minutes or more up to $1,000 if another booking is affected/canceled. Cancellations: Please note my cancellation policy is the same whether on the platforms or directly booked through me: -Free cancellations until 30 days before the booking start date. -50% refund for cancellations between 14-30 days before the booking start date. -Cancellations within 14 days of the booking start date are non-refundable.  Rescheduling and Weather: I do not offer the ability to reschedule to another date. Seattle has variable weather and clouds and rain are a constant part of life here so unfortunately I can’t accommodate rescheduling or refunds for cancellations due to rain and clouds.

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