The Marina has a gas dock; however, they are closed on Mondays. BRBR will gladly fill up your boat after the rental period. There is a $25 service charge. 90% of our customers leave the gassing up to us!
You will be charged the cost of the fuel to fill it and a $25 service charge. Our fuel costs are cheaper than the prices at the Marina.
NO! You risk losing your deposit if you fill up with your own gas.
Our daily rental price increases by $50 for holidays. The website lists the dates.
Bathrooms are located at Lakewood Boat Launch and Lake Blue Ridge Marina.
Launch fees ($60) are required for every watercraft to be put into the water and taken out. The delivery fee ($150) is for those customers who would like the boat delivered to their dock on Lake Blue Ridge. The launch fee is included in the delivery fee.
We refund the deposit as soon as the boat has been inspected. Fuel costs and any miscellaneous costs will be charged to the credit card on file.
Yes, all the boats will be equipped with the orange safety life vests for the number of people on board. If you rent tubes, water skis or wakeboards, we will provide the appropriate life vests for towables.
While the boat is in motion, all children 13 years and under must wear a lifejacket. When tubing or riding a jet ski, life vests must be on at all times.
There is no age limit for tubes.
Yes, most every boat has a bimini. The exception is the Larson.
Yes, the Lake Blue Ridge Marina Bar and Grill offers drinks and a casual dining menu. There are also restrooms available.
Yes! We sell ice, and each boat comes with a cooler.
Lake Lanier is 38,000 acres, but Blue Ridge is much prettier and quieter.
Yes, the water is very clear and clean.
There are Large & Small Mouth Bass, Catfish, Spotted Bass, Walleye & Perch.
Yes; please be mindful of this when selecting your watercraft. Passenger and weight limits are listed in the watercraft descriptions on the website.