4 Awesome Boat Airbnbs In Georgia You Can Rent For An Early Fall Getaway
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Beach houses are cool, but there's a way to kick it up a notch — by staying on the water instead of next to it.
Whether you go it alone, bring the bae for a romantic escape, or make it a weekend getawaywith your besties, you won't want to forget to grab your captain's hat, don your cutest swimsuit, and pack a towel for all your swimming and sandy shore lounging.
There's nothing quite like waking up to the ocean around you or winding down with a sunset over the horizon, so get ready to live the true sailor life for a weekend by booking one of these floating Airbnbs in Georgia:
Sailboat Overlooking Savannah Nature
Sailboat Overlooking Savannah Nature.
Price: $133 per night
Why You Need To Go: This tiny, 31-foot sailboat on Wilmington Island is the perfect nautical hangout for you and three friends. For a super affordable price, you can explore the Savannah shores or get cozy inside the boat which is equipped with full bathrooms, two beds, and a kitchen.
Reel Blues Boat
The Reel Blues boat.
Price: $113 per night
Why You Need To Go: The description says it all: Saltwater cures what ales you. This boutique boat-turned-hotel near Tybee Beach offers luxury seaside living with a large den, a sectional sofa, a wet bar and even a fireplace.
Mt Plattmore Houseboat on Lake Lanier
Mt Plattmore Houseboat on Lake Lanier.
Price: $345 per night
Why You Should Go: You and a bunch of your friends can rent out this houseboat docked on the clear waters of Lake Lanier.
Tybee Island Waterfront Getaway
Tybee Island Waterfront Getaway.
Price: $249 per night
Location: Tybee Island
Why You Should Go: Watch the dolphins swim by on this boat docked at the Tybee Island Marina. If you're looking for beautiful waterfront sunset views, this listing has you covered.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time. Taxes and fees may not be included.
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This article has been updated since it was originally published on August 25, 2020.