Boat Rentals

MasterCraft Boat Rentals for Your Lake Powell Adventure

Lake Powell Vacations has partnered with MasterCraft Lake Powell to enhance your Lake Powell experience with the most competitive nationwide pricing on all new MasterCraft boat models.

MasterCraft boats lead the way in design, innovation, build quality, ergonomics, style, and performance. From the beginner to the seasoned pro, MasterCraft makes a boat for every age and Skill Level. MasterCraft’s exclusive GEN2 surf system makes MasterCraft the most adjustable and efficient boat on the water. MasterCraft Lake Powell is proud to partner with Lake Powell Vacations to offer all current customers and owners huge savings on all MasterCraft models plus this exclusive offer when purchasing a new MasterCraft boat.

Lake Powell Boat Rentals




This wake boat rental comes with all the equipment you need. It has wakeboard racks, a wakeboard tower, water ballast system, and a 25 ft long trailer. Water ski, surf, and wakeboard on Lake Powell with your friends all day! Seats 16.
2 Days: $1,199/ Day
3-4 Days $1,149/ Day
5-6 Days: $1,099/ Day
7+ Days: $1,049/ Day


At 22’, the NXT22 is designed to give new users the best possible boating experience while keeping operation simple and worry-free. Seats 14 people for the ultimate Lake Powell experience surfing, wakeboarding, water skiing, and tubing.
2 Days:$850/ Day
3-4 Days:$800/ Day
5-6 Days:$750/ Day
7+ Days:$700/ Day


Summer means it’s time to go off and fly the fun flag. In the XT23, you’ve got room for 16 and a plethora of plush seating. DECKadence custom flooring runs bow to stern, and overhead your Klipsch speakers crank concert-quality sound atop the ZFT4 tower. The action behind the boat is nonstop thanks to the Gen 2 Surf System and a robust 2600 pounds of ballast. PACKING A PUNCH AGAINST ANY BOAT FOR ANY ACTIVITY!
**This boat has a 2 day minimum**
2 Days: $1,399.00
3-4 Days: $1,349.00
5-6 Days: $1,299.00
7+ Days: $1,249.00

All boat & jet ski rentals will have a $100.00 transport fee added to the total cost.

Pontoon Boat Rentals



Tour Lake Powell in comfort on one of our pontoon boat rentals with seating for up to 12 people. Enjoy smooth cruising and fast riding, whatever your perfect day on the lake entails! Rent wakeboards, tubes, skis, and kneeboards with us as well to take on your pontoon boat.
Full Day:$400.00
Half Day:$300.00


Take the party to the water on our luxurious Bennington pontoon boat rental. Lounge on upright and laidback seating for 10 underneath the UV-protecting sunshade. Compatible for pulling wakeboards, tubes, water skis, and kneeboards.
Full Day:$550.00
Half Day:$400.00

Your choice of “GEAR” listed above includes your choice of Wakeboard, Surfboard, Kneeboard, Skis, or Towable Tube. When reserving your boat, make sure to tell our staff member what Rental Gear you want.

Gear (Includes Rope) – $25 each per day

Life Jacket/Vest (Any Size) – $5 each per day

Rental Pick-Up: Please note the Rental Pick-Up process takes about 30 minutes to fill out paperwork and go over boat operating procedures.

Rentals Include:

  • Trailer
  • Life Jackets

Life Jackets: Life jackets and the required Coast Guard safety kit are provided with rental for no additional charge

Fuel: All boat rentals are full when you pick them up and must be returned full to avoid extra charges. The equipment uses Premium unleaded gasoline ONLY and refueling instructions are provided during pickup. If fuel is needed, you can refuel at the floating marina or on the trailer in the city after pulling the boat out of the water.

Transporting: Due to National Park Service regulations, you must transport, launch, and retrieve the watercraft rental yourself. Visit our Rental FAQs page for more details about getting to the lake.

Transporting: Due to National Park Service regulations, you must transport, launch and retrieve the watercraft rental yourself. Visit our Rental FAQs page for more details about getting to the lake.

Awesome Boating Destinations on Lake Powell

Whether you are a regular out on the water or a brand new boat owner, we know you are going to fall in love with the stunning sights and exciting waves of Lake Powell. Right from the beginning of your trip, we can give you a map of the best boating spots on Lake Powell, as well as details about the most popular landmarks you can travel to. You can use a launching ramp at locations like Wahweap Marina or Halls Crossing. If you have any questions about which docks are less crowded during your time on the water, let us know. We’d love to help!

Rainbow Bridge National Monument

Called the “rainbow turned to stone” by the Navajo people, the Rainbow Bridge is a 290-foot high arch of Kayenta sandstone that crosses Bridge Creek. Boating towards the north end of Lake Powell and hiking to see one of the seven natural wonders of the world is at least a half-day excursion, so be prepared!

Cathedral Canyon

About 23 miles south of Bullfrog Marina is a breathtaking example of the beauty of nature. Depending on the water levels of the lake at the time, you can often tie up your boat right before the canyon opens. This narrow canyon – only 12 feet wide in some places – features walls hundreds of feet high.

Forgotten Canyon

With a thirty-minute ride from Bullfrog or Halls Crossing, beach your watercraft in Forgotten Canyon and take a twenty-minute hike to see Defiance House. The ruins date back almost 700 years and are covered in murals painted by Utah’s ancient native Pueblo. A reliance on the land is shown on both the walls of the ruins and the remoteness of the location.

Iceberg Canyon

After an hour’s travel by powerboat from Bullfrog, view the beautiful desert oasis that is Iceberg Canyon. Fishing in the area is fantastic, and you can take a hike up the ledges of the canyon to see Anazasi ruins. The canyon is six chasms of deep orange surrounded by lush plant life. Visit in the early summer for the best experience!


Q: For my first boat rental adventure, what kind of gear should I bring?

A: We recommend a few essentials such as sun protection gear and clothing, insect repellent, and enough drinks and snacks (especially water) to last for your desired trip. Binoculars never hurt to bring, and you should always bring a camera, even if it is just your cell phone. Bring your watersports and fishing gear, and never ever forget your life jacket. If you worry about electronics like GPS in an emergency, waterproof maps of the lake are a great item to have in an emergency. Be aware that there are floating restrooms on the lake, so keep an eye on the map if you ever need to plan ahead!

Q: What time of year is best for Lake Powell boating trips?

A: This is an excellent question and totally depends on what you want to do while you are here. If you plan on tying off your boat and hiking, it is best to go in late summer or early fall when the lake isn’t as busy. If you like to fish, you can come at any time! If you plan on swimming, enjoy the lake in the heat of summer when the sun is shining. Avoid the crowds and plan your trip during the cooler months (October through February), and you can’t go wrong.

Q: What else should I know about boating Lake Powell before renting?

A: Plan before you go! Get information about the weather before you head out, get up-to-date information about the lake and current water levels, and pack enough food and bottled water for the amount of time you want to spend on the lake. If you have any worries at all, never hesitate to ask us questions. Our boats are all licensed and ready to go when you are.