Life in San Francisco is hardly better than when you are out on the water enjoying the great weather and beautiful scenery of the bay. And thanks to the team at Boatbound, it's never been easier to rent a boat, round up your crew and spend a day sipping your latest score from Napa while sailing under the Golden Gate bridge, around Angel Island, or over to Sam’s for midday oysters.

Boatbound lets you rent any kind of boat at any price for a day, a weekend or longer. You can choose from powerboats and sailboats of all sizes. Want to relax and focus on celebrating that big Series A raise or debating the merits of Pied Piper’s latest release? Grab a boat with a captain and let someone else plot the course.

While this might sound like a website for millionaires, Boatbound makes it easy for you to live your post-acquisition fantasy while you’re still on your incubator salary.

So get ready folks! Here's our list of the best boat rentals in San Francisco:

28 Foot Monterey Boat Rental
A great boat rental starts with a great owner. When reviewers note that the owner showed up with ice and offered the leftover beer in the fridge, you know you’ve picked the right boat for a day on the bay.

36 Foot Islander Sailboat Rental
85 Reviews. 5-star rating. ‘Nough said.

25 Foot Chris Craft Boat Rental
This is the boat to rent when if you’re hoping to catch a home run ball in McCovey Cove. It’s wide open from bow to stern and looks good enough to get you on SportsCenter. Bonus: it also used to belong to John Travolta.

10 Foot Mahogany Sailboat Rental
Not quite a hundredaire? Boatbound still has you covered. Upside: you’ll smell of rich mahogany when you arrive. Downside: you’ll need to be ready to talk about your many leather-bound books.

43 Foot Catamaran Boat Rental
Got a big crew? This catamaran has ample deck space and four separate bedrooms, with private bathrooms. This is the perfect choice for a multi-day excursion party.

Want more? Check out all boat rentals in San Francisco or the San Francisco Boating Guide.

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