The Best Peer-to-Peer Boat Rental Websites
Updated: Jun 7
What are some of the best sites to rent a boat online? We took a look at some of the most used peer-to-peer boat rental websites to compare. Rent a boat directly from the owner. These sites are basically like the AirBnB for boats.
The number of people who rented a boat in 2020 exploded as they searched for a safe way to vacation and social distance amid the pandemic. 2021 is anticipated to be another big year for the peer-to-peer boat rental industry. Check out this list of sites and boat rental apps and you'll be able to find a boat to rent almost anywhere in the world.
Boatsetter is one of the top boat rental websites. They have over 20,000 boats available to rent in over 600 locations around the world.
You can rent many different types of boats and users can choose between captained or non-captained boats. The rentals are covered by extra insurance.
Getmyboat has over 140,000 listings in 184 countries. They also make renting a boat super easy through their website or mobile apps.
Getmyboat has more boats listed than Boatsetter. For example, they have many more jet skis available to rent. Again, no boating experience is required as you can rent captained boats.
Click & Boat
With more than 40,000 privately owned boats available for rent with or without a captain (yachts, motorboats, sailboats, catamarans, RIBs, etc.), Click&Boat is one of the European leaders in peer-to-peer boat rentals. They also offer mobile apps.
Samboat also has over 40,000 boats listed for rent on their site. They make it easy to rent online. Their boat rentals are primarily focused on the European market in countries like Crotia, Spain, Greece and Italy.
Zizoo offers over 30,000 boats for rent in around 500 destinations around the world. Their primary destinations are in Croatia, Greece, Spain and the Caribbean Islands.