Find The Best Boat Rentals in Marina Del Rey, CA
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Things to know about renting a boat in Marina del Rey
This district in Los Angeles County opens up endless possibilities for people who love water. For boating enthusiasts, Marina del Rey is paradise. Whether you are an expert or just a beginner —the city has an array of activities in store for you beginning from boating lessons to taking a cruise.
Rent a motor yacht and enjoy the stunning views of Marina del Rey from the water. Choose from simple powerboats to impressive luxury yachts with a chartered captain and crew. You can charter a boat for a day, or choose a sleep aboard or houseboat to stay onboard overnight, exploring more of the coast and living on your own boat!
For active travelers visiting Marina del Rey, you can rent kayaks and stand-up paddleboards. Choose a stand-up paddleboard yoga class for a unique experience. Book a guided kayak tour of the ocean, or power yourself around the waters of Marina del Rey for some exercise.
If you enjoy boating by wind power, rent a sailboat while in Marina del Rey. Choose from a selection of beautiful monohull sailboats to rent or charter for an unforgettable sailing day.
Marina del Rey is also a great place to pursue your interest in fishing. Take a half-day or full-day fishing trip and enjoy catching yellow tuna, cod, mackerel, sea bass, halibut, and more. To add more excitement to your visit, go whale watching and maybe see dolphins, sea lions, and other marine life while on board your boat rental in Marina del Rey.
All types of water experiences available in Marina Del Rey
Boating Events in Marina del Rey
If you’re in Marina del Rey during the holiday season, check out the annual Holiday Boat Parade in Marina del Rey. Admire gorgeous decorated boats as they cruise by the harbor.
Other Things To Do
While on land in Marina del Rey, there are lots of things to see and do to enjoy your time. Visit the Fisherman’s Village and get the feeling that you’re in New England. Take a walk through Burton Chace Park and bring a picnic to enjoy the town like the locals do. Visit Ballona Saltwater & Freshwater Marshes at Playa Vista, less than a mile from Marina del Rey and an impressive natural preserve.
Locations Near Marina del Rey
Spending time in Marina del Rey ensures that you will never run out of fun things to do. The Santa Monica Mountains offer a breathtaking backdrop to your on-the-sea activities. At times you can also see Mt. Badly which is located just 50 miles from the beach. Marina del Rey is also very close to the boisterous and ever-exciting Venice-by-the-Sea, fondly known as “Venice Beach.”
Don’t forget to explore the local boating hotspots like Los Angeles, Torrance, Santa Monica, Malibu, Long Beach, and areas further south in Newport Beach, Dana Point, Oceanside, Encinitas, and San Diego.
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About Marina del Rey
With its beach-style homes, warm temperate climate, and a lively harbor right at the heart of the community, Marina del Rey in California lives up to the Spanish origin of its name which means the “harbor of the king.” Marina del Rey’s harbor that houses more than 5,300 small-boat slips and is the largest man-made marina in the United States. The marina itself is surrounded by beautiful condos that offer a splendid view of to coast and numerous shops and restaurants that offer great refreshments.
The best time of year to visit Marina del Rey is during summer or late spring and early autumn. The weather in Marina del Rey is temperate year round, and it never gets really cold, but if you’re looking for heat and sunshine, choose summer as your time to visit. The winter months are still pleasant, but there is a higher chance of rain from December through February.
To get to Marina del Rey, take a flight to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and from there, it’s an easy drive or transfer on a public shuttle. The area of the seaside town itself is relatively compact and easy to get around on foot, or by a shuttle bus or water taxi. Renting a car is recommended if you want to explore the greater L.A. area and other cities nearby.
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GetMyBoat customer reviews for boat rentals in Marina del Rey.
Mark is a pro. When my boss asked me to arrange a voyage for her and a few VIPs, I didn't know where to start! Mark talked me through the options available, and was responsive and punctual when confirming the details and reservation. Everyone had a wonderful afternoon, and we will definitely be calling Mark again!
Mark was absolutely wonderful! The day we initially booked ended up having a rainy forecast, so he was incredibly flexible when it came to rescheduling around our availability. The boat was absolutely stunning and it was a relaxing afternoon so would highly recommend!
Mark is a great ambassador to the City of Los Angeles. Extremely knowledgeable about sailing and really all things that move. He goes above and beyond to ensure you will have the best experience possible!
We had such an amazing day! The boat was extremely roomy, had plenty if seating area below and above. Captain Rick was sailing with us. He was informative and also very laid back and friendly. Would definitely book this boat again in yhe future.
I can strongly recommend sailing with Mark! He is very professional, easy-going, and provided a great experience for our family! You won’t be disappointed!
Beautiful clean spacious boat. Captain Gustavo was very understanding versatile with the price and great communicator. However, the captain he suggested was quite rude towards the end of the trip. Greatly appriciated the safe trip but Captain Stephen should learn some manners.