The beautiful Lake Berryessa is located between Cedar Roughs and the Blue Ridge, and it is conveniently located 45 minutes from the Napa Valley, and about 2 hours north of San Francisco. Because of it's convenient location and abundant amenities, it is the perfect place for your next vacation.
Pleasure Cove Marina and Houseboats is located in the southwestern corner of Lake Berryessa, and it is a full service marina. Here you can find a convenience store and gift shop that will help you in your last-minute shopping needs. The Pleasure Cove Marina also offers boat slips and a boat launch for you to store your powerboat or fishing boat. There is a gas station for you to fill up your boat before you head out on the lake for a day full of fun. The fuel dock is open during these times:
Rentals – All rentals are limited to adults age 21 and older with valid automobile driver’s license. Rates do not include tax, fuel, or any optional waivers.
Minimums – The Minimum Houseboat Rental is two (2) days (depending on boat model and season). The Minimum Watercraft Rental is two (2) hours.
Houseboat Boarding – Boarding is between 8 and 10 a.m. Check in at the rental office upon arrival. Houseboat must be returned to marina refueled, pumped out and unloaded no later than 2 p.m. of the last day. We offer several boating schedules to accommodate your vacation requirements. (Special scheduled arrangements can be made during the non-peak season based upon availability.) All houseboats are rented by the day.
Early Boarding Option – This is a great value, allowing you to board your houseboat the evening before your scheduled departure day. This will allow you to load all of your vacation items onto the boat so you’ll be ready to leave immediately after the houseboat orientation the following morning. A limited amount of early boards are available on a first come, first served basis and reservations must be made in advance. For early boarding information, call 1-800-255-5561.
Operation – All operation procedures are reviewed with customer at the marina. For most locations (see below) no special boat license is needed, only respect for size of craft, its engines, basic boating rules and courtesy. Missouri requirements: In Missouri, anyone born after January 1st, 1984 who operates a vessel on Missouri lakes must possess a boating safety identification card issued by the Missouri State Water Patrol (along with a valid photo ID). You may take the Missouri state-approved test online at: Boat Missouri.
Security Deposit – Houseboats: Security deposit is in addition to rental rate.
Small Watercraft (PWCs, Ski Boats, etc.): Security deposit is in addition to rental rate and is refundable upon the small watercraft rental being returned to the marina fueled, cleaned and unloaded on time and in the same condition as checked out.
Damage Waiver – Forever Resorts carries insurance against general charter risks. Charterer’s responsibility for any covered loss or damage will be $10,000 or otherwise equal to the required deposit, if the Charterer accepts damage waiver at the time of the charter. Damage waiver will reduce the Charterer’s responsibility to the amount equal to the required deposit of covered loss. Damage waiver is NOT INSURANCE. LOSS OF INVENTORY ITEMS, BOAT PROPELLERS, OUTDRIVES, PROPERTY OF THE CHARTERER, ADDITIONAL USERS AND OTHER PARTIES ARE NOT COVERED BY FOREVER RESORTS INSURANCE OR OPTIONAL DAMAGE WAIVER.
Trip Cancellation Protection – Protects your vacation funds in case of an emergency resulting in the cancellation of your rental. Trip Cancellation Protection may ONLY be purchased up to 60 DAYS IN ADVANCE OF DEPARTURE, and is NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE.
Facilitating Fee – If you must reschedule your vacation due to a conflict with the original date requested, you may do so if it is at least 60 days before your original departure date during the same calendar year. You will be charged a non-refundable $50.00 facilitating fee, per change made to your original reservation.
Rates along with Terms and Conditions are subject to change, and National Park Service and/or the applicable state agency’s approval.