Compare and find the perfect boat rentals from $249 listed in Fort Lauderdale. Enjoy the water with or without a captain and save up to 37% on charters
When chartering a boat in Fort Lauderdale, there are some popular amenities that come as standard on a boat and some that come as an extra charge.
DeepSailing data reveals that "no smoking" and "coolers/refrigeration included" are the most popular amenities for boat renters.
On the larger boats, common amenities include "cabins", "showers" and "air conditioning" as standard with over 34 boats offering it.
This chart outlines the average temperature throughout the year in Fort Lauderdale. December and January are the coolest months at an average of 72.50°F. August is the hottest month with average temperatures at 84.50°F. The wettest month is September and the driest month is January.
This is a price chart of the average price of renting a boat in Fort Lauderdale per day throughout the year. August is the most expensive with an average of $1,521.40 per day and Febuary is the cheapest with an average of $999.37 per day.
More than 72% of the boats listed are motorboat rentals. The next most popular vessels listed are sailboat rentals.
The rest are compiled of yacht rentals and pontoon rentals.
With over 431 boats to choose from, there are plenty of options available for everyone to have fun, soak up the sun and enjoy boating activities with friends and family.
The main airport is the Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport. Located just 3.5 miles from the coast, you won't have to travel far to get to your boat charter. You can take a shuttle bus from the FLL terminals directly to the beaches. Alternative, you can take a taxi or uber.
From Tampa: If you drive non stop, it will take you approximately 3 hrs 55 minutes to make the 265 mile trip. Follow the I-75 S route from Tampa to your destination.
From Jacksonville: The drive will take you approximately 5 hrs 27 minutes to make the 328 mile trip. Take the I-95 S until you reach exit 27 for FL-842.
From Orlando: The 221 mile trip will take you approximately 3 hrs 13 minutes. Take the I-4 S to the Florida Turnpike and follow the I-95 to your destination.
The hottest month is August making it a great time to soak up the sun on your boat. The coolest month is between January and February.
If you want to rent a boat and want to operate it yourself, you'll need a boater safety card if you were born after 1988. Alternatively, you can choose the more popular option and rent a boat with a captain included.
Enjoy the waters the best way.
Enjoy the sandy golden beach and water in this wonderful place. Soak up the sun, cool down in the Atlantic Ocean or sun bathe on your boat right beside the beach.
This busy public beach offers white sand & palm trees, plus restaurants, lodging & stores. Another great spot definitely worth checking out.
Explore the everglades and be amazed or scared by alligators up close. But don't get too close for obvious reasons!
Fort Lauderdale is known as the Venice of America. Explore the wonderful sights of with a sight seeing tour.
Explore all the coastline, harbors, marinas and marine wildlife on this wonderful waterway between Massachusetts and Florida.