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Hourly Rentals: $40

Daily (8am to 4pm): $215

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Weekly Rates (7-Days): $1505

Deposit: $215

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Hourly Rentals: $95

Daily (8am to 4pm): $450

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Weekly Rates (7-Days): $3150

Deposit: $450

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Hourly Rentals: $60

Daily (8am to 4pm): $325

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Weekly Rates (7-Days): $2450

Deposit: $325

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Hourly Rentals: N/A

Daily (8am to 4pm): $525

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Weekly Rates (7-Days): $3675

Deposit: $525

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General Information

Powerboat, Fishing Boat & PWC Rental Rates

Callville Bay Marina offers daily and hourly rentals of ski or fishing boats, personal watercraft, paddle craft and water toys – all on the water and ready to go. Rental packages are available with most houseboat trips when reserved at the same time.

 

Please note that hourly and half day reservations cannot be made by phone or online. These reservations must be made in person directly at the marina.

 

*Hourly rental rates are available on select watercraft only. Half-day rates may also be available. Weekly and multi-day rates are based on availability and are subject to advance reservations.

 

Watercraft Policies

All rentals are subject to weather conditions. There is a two hour minimum on all rentals. Renter is responsible for fuel/oil, tax and optional damage waiver. Rates stated on this page are subject to final approval by the National Park Service (NPS), or specific governing agency. Should the final rate approved by the NPS or governing agency be higher than your confirmed rate, your confirmed rate will take precedence and be honored. If the final NPS or governing agency approved rate is less than your confirmed rate, your rate will be adjusted downward to the actual rate approved.

 

Age Requirements: Renters must be 21 years of age or older and present a valid automobile driver’s license. If born after 1983, you must present a boaters safety card. Visit Boat Nevada’s website for more information.

 

Call our Boat Rental office at 702-565-4813 for more information or questions.

 

You might need a Boating License!

Depending on which state you live in, you might need a Boater Education Card before you head out onto the water. Various states have different laws and parameters regarding this. If you’re unsure, click the link below to check your state’s regulations.

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