Boat Rentals

 

We offer some of the finest pontoon boats on Norris Lake. Our boats include seating for 8, bimini top, vinyl flooring, Sony stereo, life jackets, swim ladder, front sun lounge, rear sundeck, courtesy lights, navigation lights, fire extinguisher, 22 gallon gas tank, and powered by a reliable Yamaha 90 hp 4 stroke outboard engine.

**Ask Us About Our Pet Friendly Boat**

Pontoon Rental Rates

  • 4 Hrs. – $100
  • 10 Hrs. – $150
  • 24 Hrs. – $200
  • 3 Day Rental – $480
  • 4 Day Rental – $620
  • 5 Day Rental – $725
  • 6 Day Rental – $840
  • 7 Day Rental – $900
  • Each additional day is $115

Minimum of 10 hour rental on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays. $100 Deposit, no pets or grills allowed. Cash or credit cards only. Reservations must be paid in full at time of reservation. Valid drivers license must be left at dock. Must be 21 years of age or older to rent a boat. Price does not include gas. Boats may be picked up at 8 AM. Sales tax is INCLUDED on above prices on pontoon boat rentals.

Solidcraft Party Barge Rental Rates

Our party barge is awesome and perfect for any type of celebration! 

  • 10 Hours – $350
  • 24 Hours – $400
  • 2 Days – $600
  • 3 Days – $750
  • 4 Days – $1,000
  • 5 Days – $1,200
  • Each Additional day is $200 per day

$100 Damage Deposit Required. Reservations must be paid in full at time of reservation. Valid Driver’s License must be left at dock. Must be 21 years of age or older to rent a boat. Price does not include gas.

*********************Attention***********************

According to Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency website, 

“Also effective July 1, there will no longer be an exemption from boating education for renters of watercraft. 

Tennessee residents born after Jan. 1, 1989 are required to pass a boater education exam administered by an approved representative of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency in order to operate any motorized vessel over 8.5 horsepower. Out of state residents born after Jan. 1, 1989 must show proof of successful completion of a National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) approved boating safety course. Non-resident certification may be from their home state or any state issued course.”

For more information, please visit  https://www.tn.gov/twra/news/2018/6/27/new-tennessee-boating-laws-2018.html