The goal of Austin Sailboat Rentals is to bring the joy of sailing on Lady Bird Lake, in downtown Austin, Texas, on easy to operate dinghy sailboats, small day sailor sailboats, large day sailor sailboats, Sea Skimmers, and Hobie Mirage Adventure Islands.
Austin Sailboat Rentals offers a whole lot more of fun water vessels to choose from. Scroll down further to find out more, or click on the RESERVATION tab above.
Sailing is a great sport that you can enjoy alone, with friends and family, as a corporate team building event, celebrating a birthday or special event, or makes as a great date!
With as little as 5 mph wind, our Snarks, small day sailors, large day sailors, Sea Skimmers, and Hobies can guide you anywhere on Lady Bird Lake (formerly known as Town Lake). With every two hour dinghy Sea Skimmer and Hobie sailboat rental, we provide free land instructions by a certified US Sailing Instructor.
We offer dinghy sailboats for beginners and kids, and smaller day sailors and larger day sailors for more experienced sailors at very affordable hourly or daily rates. Please note our Snark dinghy sailboats can accommodate up to 310 lbs per boat, and our Sea Skimmers can accommodate up to 475 lbs.
FUN THINGS TO DO ON THE WATER and LAND with other RECREATIONAL VEHICLES You can also rent by the hour or the day – bikes, tandem bicycles, kayaks, canoes, stand-up paddleboards (SUPS), Hobie Mirage Adventure Islands, rowboats, and the latest addition to our fleet, Go-Float Electric Boats.
Austin Sailboat Rentals Go-Float Electric Boats are so cool! Each one comes with built-in smartphone speakers, a small cooler, two cup holders, and a Bimini top to help keep you cool during those hot summer days in Texas. Please note our two person electric boat holds up to 550 lbs. in the green boat and up to 650 lbs. in the white boat.
Single and tandem bikes are a great way to have fun strolling over to Rainey Street, navigating throughout downtown Austin or on the Lady Bird Lake Hike and Bike Trail, where you can find cool things to explore like the new Boardwalk Trail at Lady Bird Lake, or watch the Mexican Free-tailed Bats fly from underneath the Ann Richard Congress Avenue Bridge between March and October, or ride over to Zilker Park where the famous Austin City Limits (ACL) Music Festival and Austin Trail of Lights take place.