Lake Tahoe Boating Season is On, TahoesBest.com Announces the Best Lake Tahoe Boat Rentals for Travelers This Season

Lake Tahoe Boat Inspection stations are open again for the 2013 boating season, but for travelers who don’t have their own boat, these are the best Tahoe rentals for boats, jet skis, kayaks, paddle boards and more.

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Boating in Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe, California (PRWEB) May 07, 2013

The 2013 boating season has officially begun in Lake Tahoe, and the Lake Tahoe Roadside boat inspection stations are now open for the season. Alpine Meadows, Spooner Summit and Meyers roadside inspection stations all opened on May 1, 2013, and the inspection stations at Northstar at Tahoe Resort and Homewood Ski Resort will open on May 23, 2013. Anyone bringing their boat to Tahoe this season needs to have it inspected.

But what about the people who don’t have boats to bring to Lake Tahoe during the 2013 boating season? Those people have it easy. They don’t have to worry about the inspection at all and can head down to one of the Tahoe boat rental companies and pick out their choice of boat, jet ski, kayak, paddleboard and more. Then let the good times roll. Renting a boat in Lake Tahoe is as easy as that. TahoesBest.com announces the best companies to rent a boat and equipment from during the 2013 boating season in Lake Tahoe.

SWA Watersports
Sierra Wave Addicts is a top choice for many visitors in North Lake Tahoe because of their wide selection, the excellent service, the awesome sightseeing tours and private charters and the fantastic value. Rental boats range from 20’ to 28’ and fuel is included in the price, which is a rare fine and saves a lot of money. Upgrade to the VIP service and a licensed captain will do the operating and navigating for you. Rent gear for wakesurfing, wakeboarding, wakeskating and tubing to optimize that fun and take advantage of all this beautiful lake has to offer. Check out the sightseeing tours and private charters SWA offers. The tours can be combined with water sports and tubing for those who like more adventure than relaxation, and the guides can even capture the whole thing on GoPro HD Cameras.

The longer everyone spends on the lake, the more they can save. There’s a two-hour minimum, but rent the boat or extend the tour to four hours and save 25% or eight hours and save 37%. Plus they provide all the fuel, free beverages, towels and all the gear needed, like boards, tubes, wetsuits and vests.

Tahoe Water Adventures
This Tahoe rental company make renting any kind of watercraft super easy. They accept online reservations to rent by the hour or for a few days at a time, renting on location and delivering as necessary. Choose from a great selection of boats, jet skis, stand-up paddleboards, kayaks and tours. They even offer lessons so that any beginners can have just as fun as the pros out here. Tahoe Water Adventures specializes in first timers and customer satisfaction, so anyone can learn to wakeboard, water ski and wake-surf on their next trip to Lake Tahoe.

Action Water Sports of Incline Village
They offer every water sport need in one convenient location. Need to rental? They offer a wide variety of the best boats, from 21’ to 27’ to take out and enjoy the lake in. All rental prices include gas and tax, there’s never a hidden cost. They don’t just have boats of course though, as they also specialize in jet skis, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards and more. Want to take a tour of Tahoe? Check out their two-hour yacht charter and enjoy panoramic views of the entire lake, premium beverages and light hors d’oeuvres. Or, check out the narrated cruise from the North Shore of Tahoe to the historic Thunderbird Lodge. These guys offer Tahoe’s only first class fishing experience, with plenty of beer, beverages and snacks to enjoy along the way on a classic 28’ Bertram Sportfish that’s decked out in the latest, state-of-the-art equipment. Catch Kokanee Salmon, Mackinaw, Rainbow and Brown trout year-round, and take the day’s catch for an executive chef at the Hyatt’s Lone Eagle Grill to personally prepare for you.

Lake Tahoe Fishing Charters
Not every traveler needs to rent their own boat for the day, especially if fishing is the top priority. There are quite a few great fishing charters in Tahoe that everyone from the first-time fishers to the veterans can learn the tips of the trade, and reel in a big fish. Fishing charters are a fun activity for the whole family or for groups of friends in Tahoe for a summer vacation. Tight Lines Guide Service is an excellent choice for every level fisher, and Captain Rick Kennedy makes certain that everyone in attendance is having a blast and learning a lot. Sierra Fin Addicts Guide Service is the year round Lake Tahoe light tackle specialist, as well as a TahoesBest.com Editor’s Choice pick. They provide private and open-party fishing charters, so even those who didn’t come in a large group can have a great time fishing in Tahoe.

About TahoesBest.com:
Lake Tahoe is known for outdoor adventures, pristine waters and one of the best wedding destinations in the country. TahoesBest.com is the authority on what to do, where to stay, weather updates and all the best upcoming things to do in Lake Tahoe for outdoor enthusiasts. Use Tahoesbest.com to find information, reviews and deals on all things Lake Tahoe from concerts to vacation rentals. Lizz Riggs, editor of TahoesBest.com, can help travelers find all the best things to do, places to stay and deals to take advantage of on their next trip.


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