5 Reasons To Rent A Boat From Watercraft Sales


Want to travel about the amazing, picturesque Three Lakes Chain of Lakes but need a boat to do so? Here at Watercraft Sales we offer Northern Wisconsin boat rentals by the day or by the week. In addition to a wide variety of rental options we also have everything you’ll need to go along with your boat to ensure a perfect day on the water.

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5 Reasons To Rent A Boat From Watercraft Sales

  1. Location – Our unique on water location makes us the ideal spot to rent from. Once you leave the Watercraft Sales dock you can instantly access the entire Three Lakes Chain of Lakes and begin exploring a world of unparalleled beauty and leisure.
  2.  At Your Doorstep – We are happy to offer delivery and pick up services for those customers that are located off the Chain of Lakes.
  3. Gear, Gear and More Gear – We have everything you’ll need to make a day on the water safe and  fun. From skiing to wakeboarding, wakesurfing to tubing we have the perfect equipment package for clients that aren’t able to bring their own gear.
  4. Deals & Specials– Give our Wisconsin boat rental department a call to hear about our early June and late August “off-season” rental deals along with our “fall color” special pricing.
  5. Options – We currently offer pontoon boats, ski boats, fishing boats and more. We have everything from Bennington Pontoon boats perfect for cruising to high horsepower Nautique SV-211 V-drive wakeboard boat that will keep your water sports day up to speed.Air Nautique 211 2


Head over to our Rental Information Page to view all the info, prices and our FAQ’s section.






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