Boat Rentals on Lake Lanier

Boat Rentals on Lake Lanier are Convenient, Simple & Smart ~~ Photograph by Robert Sutherland

Boat Rentals on Lake Lanier are Convenient, Simple & Smart ~~ Photograph by Robert Sutherland

Money cannot buy happiness, but you can rent a few hours of happiness at these locations for boat rentals on Lake Lanier.

Lake Lanier is a 38,000 acre paradise.  Renting a boat on Lake Lanier provides access to some of the country’s best fishing.  You can go at your own speed and find secluded coves in the lake’s many islands where you can spend an afternoon or a week.  There’s nothing like being the captain of a pontoon boat and taking friends and family for a sunset cruise on Lanier.

Renting a boat on Lake Lanier makes financial sense.  You can choose a houseboat that will fit 150 people or a zippy runabout for a day of skiing and tubing on a lake with no speed limits.  Rent a different boat, depending on your needs, every time you go.

You don’t have spend hours cleaning your own boat to get it ready or wonder if it will start or leave you stranded someplace.  Boat rentals on Lake Lanier are simple and easy.

There’s no need to buy a boat you will only use a few days a year … after you buy a trailer and a vehicle large enough to haul it around.  Renting a boat on Lake Lanier means you don’t have to pay for insurance or dock fees or storage fees or fee fees.

When you want to go for a boat ride you can either call ahead or show up on the dock to see what’s available.  You must have a credit card, a driver’s license and meet certain age limits.

Georgia also requires a boater safety course for some operators, but most places provide video training that will get you on the water quickly.

For what you’d pay for the sales tax on a new boat, you can rent a boat on Lanier several times … whenever you want.  And you never have to back rental boats down a boat ramp – wondering what or who you’re going to hit.

Boat Rentals on Lake Lanier

Aqua Sports Adventures at Holiday Marina

Don’t have a clue how to operate a boat?  The crew at Aqua Sports Adventures can teach you.  Afraid of getting lost on Lake Lanier?  They’ll provide you with a map and teach you how to use it?  Don’t know the difference between a wave runner, a deck boat or a runabout?  They’ll show you in a matter of minutes.  Afraid of the Loch Ness monster?  Lake Lanier is perfect for you!

Bait Shack Boat Rentals

One of the smaller outfits on the lake.  Fewer boats and jet skis, but convenient to folks near Cumming.

Meet them at their office location to sign the papers and complete the deal.  They’ll fit you with a life jacket and provide a working knowledge of your jet ski.

Then, Bait Shack Boat Rentals trailers it to the boat ramp and launches the jet ski for you.  A lesson is given to first time riders.  When your rental time ends, they’ll meet you back at the dock.

Fish Tales Watersports at Aqualand Marina

Fish Tales Watersports at Aqualand Marina rents beautiful Harris pontoon Boats, 2014 Sea Doo Spark Personal Watercrafts, Canoes, Kayaks and stand-up paddleboards.

Come enjoy Lake Lanier … on Lake Lanier.

Gainesville Marina

Gainesville Marina has boat rental packages to suit any occasion.  Make it a family fun day or rent a pontoon for that special occasion!  There’s a high demand for rentals during peak months, so reservations are highly recommended.

Harbor Landing at Lake Lanier Islands

Harbor Landing’s website says, “With the largest fleet of boats for rent on the lake, we offer a large variety of pontoons, tritoons, houseboats and VIP excursion yachts.  In addition, a variety of tubes, wakeboards, and water sport equipment are available for rent.”

Putter around the lake leisurely with your family with an eight-passenger pontoon boat or invite 20 of your best friends to come along.  Your choice!

Not big enough for you?  Pffft.  Not a problem.  Try a 105-foot luxury houseboat the next time that you and 89 of your pals can’t figure out what to do on a nice day.

Lanier Boat Rental & Tackle at Bald Ridge Marina

Fabulous runabouts that seat 6-10 people for skiing, tubing and looking exceptionally cool.

Ask about their walk-up special Monday through Friday: $99 for two hours (plus gas, etc.) to rent a dandy 21-foot pontoon boat that seats 11 people.

Paradise Boat Rental at Port Royale

If it floats and has a motor, you can probably rent it at Paradise Boat Rental.

Their bevy of beautiful boats spans the range from WaveRunners, ski boats, party barges (sorry, party not included) and deck boats all the way up to 16-passenger houseboats.

Reserve one in advance or stop by to see what’s available.