Boat Rentals

A boat is the best way to explore Table Rock Lake!

Harris Tritoon 25' (Model 240)

Boat Rental Pricing

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The Essentials

What’s in, what’s out and what’s not allowed.

What's Included

What's Not Included


Know Before You Book

Looking to rent one of our boats? Be sure to read the details below.

Must Be 25 Years Or Older

Drivers and renters must be 25 years or older with a valid driver’s license. A boater safety card is required if the driver was born after Jan. 1, 1984. All passengers above the age of 18 must be present at check-in to sign the rental contract

Reservation Deposit

An up-front deposit of 50% is required at the time of booking. The remaining 50%, plus tax, will be charged when you collect the boat. If you cancel outside the cancellation timeframe, you will forfeit your 50% deposit. Cancellation within the timeframe, a deposit is refunded minus a 3% booking fee.


A minimum of five days’ cancellation notice is required for rentals of two or more days and 48 hours’ notice for rentals of 6-, 8-, and 24-hours. If you cancel outside the cancellation timeframe, you will forfeit your 50% deposit. Cancellation within the timeframe, a deposit is refunded minus a 3% booking fee.


Please arrive at least 30 minutes before the reservation pick-up time to allow the marina staff sufficient time to process your contract and avoid departure delay.

No-Show Penalties

If you fail to check-in within 30 minutes of the reservation pick-up time, your reservation will be given to the next available renter, and you will forfeit your 50% deposit.

Late Return

A $50 late fee will be applied for every 30 minutes following the scheduled return time.

Operating Hours

All boats must be docked between official sunset and sunrise.

Rain Policy

We reserve the right to cancel reservations if the weather conditions in the area are unfavorable. In such an event, you will be given the option to reschedule or receive a full refund.

Insurance Provided By vQuip

Renter's Insurance Requirements

If you’re not purchasing insurance, it is important to note that all liabilities are on you personally, not the marina,  or rental business.

Boat insurance can help protect you financially from injuries done to yourself or others while boating. Insurance can also cover the watercraft if it is damaged.

Even if boating insurance is not required in your state, your marina may require it. It’s a good idea to protect your trip and ultimately, your finances, should an incident occur.

Renter’s insurance policies vary, but most cover property damage, bodily injury, collision and/or personal effects.

All plans can be reviewed and selected with a few clicks on your phone or online while completing your rental registration. You will complete the purchase of your policy in-person the day of your rental while checking in with a staff member. Once the policy is purchased and bound, there are no refunds.

Renter's Insurance FAQs

This insurance product covers the boat renter or a named operator pre-screened and pre-approved by vQuip for damages or injuries to third parties they cause while operating the insured vessel. This would usually include accidentally running into the dock, hitting another vessel, or causing injury to someone other than a family member.

In our opinion, anyone who wants peace of mind throughout their trip would benefit from this product. The price for boats and healthcare have increased significantly over the past 3 years. A brand-new boat typically costs between $40,00 and $75,000 with many more costing above $100,000 so any damage could result in a high cost pushed back to you. In addition, potential injury claims could push those costs even higher.

The individual who rents the vessel will be covered. Additionally, anyone who is named during the check-in process and gets pre-qualified, approved, and listed on the policy by vQuip will also be covered. This does not cover anyone under the age of 18 or anyone not specifically named on the policy.

You could be liable for any injuries to your guests or damage to the other people’s property. This could include hitting a dock while going to a restaurant or injury to a person from another group.

This policy will respond to watersport activities as long as the Named Operator or the renter is operating the insured watercraft. It will not cover injuries to the family member of those operators nor will it respond to injuries caused while an unnamed operator is at the helm.

No, this policy does not respond to in-water activities absent the covered vessel’s operation by a named operator. If you accidentally hit a guest or third party other than a family member with the insured vessel while they are in the water though, this policy will respond. Please always shut off your engine while people are in the water and near your boat though.

Have you ever seen how much a lawyer costs now a days? Yikes! Luckily, this covers the cost to investigate and defend a claim against you or the named operator for any injury or damage you or the named operator caused to a third property while operating the vessel.

We offer additional coverages for purchase in case you want it.

Damage Waiver protects you in case you accidentally damage your insured watercraft up to your contractually obligated limit with the marina.

Emergency Towing and Assistance covers you for towing a vessel that becomes inoperable or for recover of lost keys.

Medical Payments covers small medical costs incurred due to injury to one of your guests or a third party (ambulance, broken bone, etc).

Fuel Spill Liability protects you from cases of sudden and accidental discharge of fuel into the water.

Absolutely not. This policy warrants that neither the named insured, renter, nor named operator will operate the vessel while impaired by or under the influence of any narcotics, alcohol, intoxicants, or drugs used with or without a prescription. Operating any watercraft or machinery is inherently dangerous for the operator and everyone around them.

Do not give control of the vessel to anyone not listed on your policy and contact the marina right away. Their contact information should be located with your rental paperwork and on the vessel. They will be more than happy to provide assistance. Safety is everyone’s #1 concern!

If there’s an emergency, contact emergency services immediately if the situation requires necessary action and assistance.

  • Upon your return to the dock, notify the dockhand immediately. They will walk you through the remaining process.
  • If you need to submit a claim after you have left the facility, call vQuip to notify them of the incident.
    • If the main operator purchased a vessel charter insurance policy, then you need to speak with a vQuip licensed insurance agent to initiate the claims handling process
      • 704-496-9002
    • If the main operator did NOT purchase a vessel charter insurance policy, then you can speak with any vQuip team member for guidance through the claims process
  • You should also fill out an incident report that includes the following information:
    • Named Insured including contact information.
    • Policy number
    • Date and time of incident
    • Location of incident
    • Name of operator at time of incident
    • Name of rental marina
    • Description and current location of the vessel
    • Description of the incident
    • Any injuries?
      • If yes, name of injured parties and description of injuries
    • Any pollution concerns?

Fees & Charges

Lost Items

Damage Fees