Sailboat Rentals

Our large fleet of late model sailboats and sailing yachts range from 22′ to 51′ and feature the newest designs from Beneteau, Catalina and Lagoon Catamarans. These beautifully appointed, impeccably maintained yachts are available for rental as bareboat charters in San Diego. Plan your next day sail, weekend excursion or extended cruising vacation today!

For information on anchorages, fuel docks, local knowledge etc, visit our Boaters Guide.

PLEASE NOTE: Weekend charters are considered for members and extremely-well qualified non-members with recent experience. Weekend Capri 22′ charters are reserved for members only. 

All non-member charters require submitting a sailing resume and normal approval time is 48 hours. All reservations request are subject to approval based on skippers recent sailing history and qualifications.

Don’t forget to check out Member Only Specials on Rentals

The Harbor Sailboats Fleet (San Diego’s Newest!)

Yacht Monday- Thursday
Friday- Sunday- Holidays Members Non Members
2019 Capri 22 Morning / Afternoon $75 / $95 $95 / $125 $200 / $250
2019 Capri 22 All Day $125 $150 $300
2006 Catalina 28 Dee $275 $315 $440
2006 Catalina 28 Krystyna $275 $315 $440
2006 Catalina 28 Louis $275 $315 $440
2013 Oceanis 31 Jessica $355 $395 $550
2015 Oceanis 31 Empty Nest $355 $395 $550
2018 Oceanis 31 Camaya $370 $410 $565
2019 Oceanis 31 Evocative $390 $430 $590
2011 Oceanis 34 Ruth $395 $435 $600
2010 Oceanis 34 Kayleigh $395 $435 $600
2015 Oceanis 35 Silver Lining $445 $490 $700
2018 Oceanis 35.1 CJ $475 $520 $740
2021 Oceanis 35.1 Re-Berth $495 $550 $775
2021 Oceanis 35.1 Oui Oui $495 $550 $775
2014 Oceanis 37 Phlogic $495 $550 $775
2017 Oceanis 37 Jasmine $525 $580 $805
2021 Oceanis 38.1 Skol $660 $740 $1,060
2015 Oceanis 41 Sweet Denyse $650 $725 $1,015
2020 Oceanis 41.1 Nancy Jean II $710 $785 $1,250
2016 Oceanis 45 Gretta $765 $850 $1,375
2019 Oceanis 51.1 Luna Sea $990 $1,095 $1,630

Additional Options

  • 6% Port fee will be added to all charters
  • 7-Day Cancellation policy for public
  • 3-Day Cancellation policy for Members
  • Pump-outs are not included- $45
  • ASA instructor or captain available for hire
  • No solo sailing/no pets on any boat
  • Rates subject to change without notice

Yacht Photos and Details

2019 (12) Capri 22

Brand new 2019 model day sailors and training boats. Tiller driven with self-tailing winches, furling head sails, and classic mainsails. Small cushioned interior with self-contained head. A high performance boat that’s fun to sail in any condition yet easy and stable for beginner skippers.


2006 (3) Catalina 28

The smallest of our cruisers, the Catalina 28 offers a large cockpit with wheel steering, inboard diesel engine and all control lines leading aft. A comfortable interior offers a full galley, two cabins, head, shower, and salon table. A great boat for a small crowd and the most popular among our new ASA 103 sailors.


2019, 2018, 2015, 2013 Oceanis 31

A modern and luxurious sailboat in a small package. Easy to sail for new ASA 103 members yet a popular choice for experienced skippers. Teak cockpit floors and seats, choice of furling and classic mainsail, electronics, all under the shade of a bimini top. Full interior with two cabins, galley, head, shower, salon table.


2011, 2010 Oceanis 34

The larger sister of the Oceanis 31 with the same lines but much larger throughout. Teak cockpit floors and benches, furling mainsail, and full electronics package under a bimini. A large interior with big L shaped galley, salon table, two private cabins, head, and shower complete the interior


2015 Oceanis 35

Modern performance hull design with hard chine, twin rudders, wide beam, twin helm, and oversized cockpit under a bimini and connector shade. Below is an open “loft” style with linier galley and exposed forward cabin.  Drop down transom extends the cockpit at anchor and allows easy access to the ocean.


2021 (2), 2018 Oceanis 35.1

Identical hull design to the Oceanis 35 with upgraded cockpit table, electronics, and dodger. The wide beam, twin rudder, hard chine, and deep keel make sail handling a breeze. Below is a classic L shaped galley to port with a forward cabin opening through French style doors. Electric head with a separate shower room completes the interior. Drop down transom extends the cockpit at anchor and allows easy access to the ocean.


2017, 2014 Oceanis 37

The even larger sister of the Oceanis 34’s, the Oceanis 37’s get even bigger and better! More sail area delivers more power and a longer length overall means more comfort. Auto pilot, electric anchor windlass and large cockpit table are all covered in shade under the bimini. Below, the Oceanis 37’s have three private cabins for the larger families, full galley with counter space, head, shower, inverter,  and a huge salon!


2021 Oceanis 38.1

The Oceanis 38.1’s chined hull offers particularly surprising cruising comfort. Good and taut to aft and low on the water, the rigidity under sail of this cruiser takes her further and faster, with exceptional stability. Three cabins below allow for large family overnights and above deck, her skipper will appreciate an electric mainsail winch, bow thruster, radar, and two B&G screens at the helm. The Oceanis 38.1 fights above her weight class!


2015 Oceanis 41

A large sailing yacht that is incredibly easy to handle, yet powerful and fun to sail. The 41’ has a wide beam, hard chine, and double wheels that make her a joy to sail on a beat. Large cockpit benches and deluxe table can accommodate a big crowd- and even more so when you drop the transom once at anchor. Below is a single head/shower, with two private cabins and a convertible salon table with leather cushions.


2020 Oceanis 41.1

An updated version of the Oceanis 41, the Oceanis 41.1 delivers a sleek and more roomy 40 footer. A lighter boat with more sail area, the 41.1 is fast yet very controlable. Large cockpit with twin wheels, three charter plotters, electric swim platform, and electric mainsail winch. Below are three spacious cabins along with a folding salon table for a capacity of 8. New larger windows bring in more light for an even bigger appearance down below.


2016 Oceanis 45

The Oceanis 45 shares similar lines with the 41 but with upgrades in space and power. Wide beam, hard chine, and deep keel along with electric winches make her a blast to sail. Fold down the electric transom while at anchor to extend the cockpit even more. Below is a large galley to port with master cabin forward with private head and two guest cabins aft. A shared head and shower to the starboard side of the salon complete her interior.


2019 Oceanis 51.1

The flagship of the HS fleet, the 51.1 delivers luxury and performance across all her lines. A cockpit roomy enough for 12, four electric winches leading to the helm, furling mainsail, self-tacking jib, electric swim platform and so much more! Below are four cabins, three heads, 4 showers, convertible salon table, and room again for 12. Enjoy the ultimate in luxury that Harbor Sailboats has to offer with this head turning monohull.