Redwood City, CA could be the perfect boating playground for you
When visiting Redwood City, one of the best things to do is enjoy some time on the water on a Sailo captained boat rental. From a sunset cruise, to a full day trip around the local waterways, rent a boat in Redwood City to really make the most of your leisure time. A private yacht charter is a great way to spend time with your friends or family and enjoy an unforgettable experience in Redwood City.
Learn how to find your yacht for extraordinary boating experiences
Wondering how to find the best charter for a memorable experience on the water in Redwood City, CA? We have created a set of advanced filters to help you navigate easily our database of Redwood City boat rentals and yacht charters, and find the one for you. First pick a start date and then choose your trip duration. You can go for an extraordinary of 2, 4 hours or full day experience. Next, select the number of guests, the type of boat and the price range you are comfortable with. The crew filter helps you narrow down the results to the boats with the captain included in the price, or bareboats that you’ll captain yourself. Choose the boat you want in California, to view more pics, read description and reviews. Message the owner if you have any questions or continue with your booking request.
How much does it cost to charter a yacht in Redwood City, CA?
Redwood City, CA yacht charters for daily trips are available at an average of $1100 per day. Cheaper boats (sometimes with no captain included) may be rented for $250. Our Redwood City premium charters may have price tags up to $6500, with crew, fuel, docking fees and other extras added to your budget.
Essential safety tips for recreational boating
Whether you’re renting a boat with captain or you choose a bareboat, always keep in mind this basic safety guidelines:
if you rent a captained charter, always pay close attention to your captain
walk slowly and never run onboard as you can easily slip and fall overboard
be mindful of stairs and hatches (never step on them)
if you go swimming, floating or paddling, stay away from other boats even if they are anchored or moored
pay attention to the other group members and make sure that everybody is accounted for at all times
Sustainable boating tips
Sailing is a great way to experience nature. So we like to remind everyone that keeping nature as beautiful as possible involves a little effort from all of us. Some of our tips for responsible boating include:
Don’t litter or throw waste overboard - take rubbish home and dispose of it responsibly
Eco-friendly sunblock can help prevent damage to marine life