Nashville summers revolve around floating on Percy Priest and Old Hickory Lake, but if you’re notorious for last-minute plans, you might feel upstream without a paddle when your favorite local rental company is booked. Your life jacket? GetMyBoat and Boatsetter.
🚤 How it works
The two boat rental companies serve various US cities, including Nashville, and act as the “Airbnb” for finding available boat rentals in the area. All you have to do is create an account and start searching for the watercraft that best suits your needs for the day (think: tritoons, wakeboard boats, yachts, and more). Bonus: Some rental options include add-on captains for people who don’t have a boating license.
🚤 NASHtoday’s picks
Note: Price estimates are based on rates available at the time of publishing. Check each owner’s rental link to see current pricing.
2021 Tige 22 RZX | Percy Priest Lake | $175/hr
This wakeboard boat includes a captain and can accommodate 15 passengers, though nine are recommended if you have plans for water sports. Optional accessories include a floating mat, wakeboard, wakesurf board, knee board, or tube.
Brand New Luxury Tritoon | Old Hickory Lake | $150/hr
This captained tritoon with seating for nine guests has a 3-hour booking minimum and includes floats, a roll out mat, and water toys at no additional charge.
41-ft Yacht | Old Hickory Lake | $250/hr
Looking for all the bells and whistles? This vessel offers two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large parlor, TVs, a full kitchen (including kitchenware), a dinette, and a bridge area. The captain and deckhand will provide VIP treatment for up to six passengers for 2-6 hours.