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Chatham Kayak Company

Rental Rates (Kayaks, Paddle Boards, Power Boats)

We carry a wide variety of quality kayaks and stand up paddle boards for young and old, fully equipped with gear for all depths of experience.

Kayak Rentals:

Hours: 1 2 3 4 Day Week
Single $28 $40 $52 $65 $90 $284
Tandem $40 $56 $68 $80 $96 $352


Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUPs):

Hours: 1 2 3 4 Day Week
SUPS $28 $42 $56 $70 $100 $320
PRO RACE BOARD $50        

Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUPs):

Please call for pricing and reservations


The Pro Race board is light weight, and built out of carbon fiber and other light weight materials. It is for more advanced paddlers as it is meant to build upper body strength and to test ones own endurance.

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Power Boat Rentals:

Drive Your Own Boat!

Available to qualified operators

  • Watching Seals up close;
  • Spending the day fishing;
  • Finding your own spot on the beach for a days’ picnic
  • South Nauset Beach.
  • **Visit North Nauset beach (Chatham),
  • **Pleasant Bay, Monomoy Island,
  • **Boats can be trailered and delivered locally.

Power Boat Rentals by the hour, day or week:

18′ Anduril
Available to qualified operators.
1 hour 2 hours 3 hours 4 hours 8 hours
$100/$125 $175/$200 $250/$275 $325/$350 $550/$600
*Rates do not include fuel.

Designed for the Chatham waters

18′ Anduril – a group of 22 custom made designs, first built by Bobby Walsh owner of Mill Pond Boat Yard of Chatham MA, back in the late 60’s and early 70’s. Then the mold was bought and boats built by Roger Carroll of Roger Carroll Boat Carpenters, currently of South Chatham MA. All these hulls were originated of a first boat built for Mr. McGrath’s grandfather, Art Gould who started Art Gould’s Boat Livery in 1944. Mr. Gould had these boats specifically designed for the purpose of ferrying passengers back and forth to the outer beach after there were many inquiries on how people could get to the outer beach. It was necessary to have a boat that could carry passengers under any conditions and/or weather.These boats have been distributed across the country as one of the safest small crafts on water. Of the twenty two made, Mr. McGrath owns five of the fiberglass copies along with the original wood hull that belonged to his grandfather.