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14 boats available

AICON 56 (2007)

Himarë
6
With captain

From €2,490 per day

Cranchi Atlantique 48 (2005)

Himarë
6
With captain

From €1,600 per day

RIB Sacs Marine Ghost 690 Sport Personalizzata 225hp (2021)

Vlorë
8
With captain

From €350 per day

RIB Lomac Nautica Beluga 24 225hp (2021)

Vlorë
12
With captain

From €300 per day

AZIMUT 46 (2010)

Himarë
4
With captain

From €2,200 per day

Akhir 20 S (1999)

Himarë
8
With captain

From €2,950 per day

Bavaria 44 (2002)

Himarë
8
With captain

From €750 per day

DOCAT- Classic Sailboat (1974)

Ksamil
6
With captain
 2 · Private

From €200 per day

Gulet GULET GULET 22m (2005)

Sarandë
12
With captain

From €3,000 per day

CONAM CHORUM 48 (1999)

Himarë
6
With captain

From €1,200 per day

Custom Motorboat 40mt. - Ideal for Events, Parties (1970)

Sarandë
300
With captain

From €3,000 per day

RIB Marlin 20 Fb 115hp (2009)

Vlorë
8
With captain

From €300 per day

RIB Mar.co 4.8 40hp (2005)

Vlorë
5
With captain

From €250 per day

Himara watertaxi (2014)

Himarë
6
With captain

From €135 per day

Embark on your yacht charter in Albania

Located on the western side of the Balkan Peninsula in Southeastern Europe, Albania is a beautiful country with so much to offer its visitors. Not quite yet subject to mass tourism, Albania is rising in popularity because people have realised the true beauty of this country. Overlooking the Adriatic Sea’s intense shades of blue in combination with the typical Mediterranean climate, is there any better place for a yacht charter?

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Albania?

There are many factors that influence the price of a boat rental in Albania. For example, the type of boat, its size, the time of year, and also whether it is with or without a skipper and/or crew.

A motorboat fit for six people is around €1,400 per day throughout the year. A sailboat for 8 people is around €5,250 per week throughout the year.

What is the best season to go to Albania?

Albania experiences a very typical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot and dry summers. However, considering 70% of its territory is mountainous, these climatic conditions vary considerably between regions. The best time to go to the Albanian coast for a boating holiday is during the summer months of July and August. This is when the sun shines the longest and the sea is warm.

Should you rent a boat with or without a skipper?

When searching for a boat rental in Albania, you may find the option to rent a boat with a skipper. On one hand, this comes at an extra price. However, on the other hand, there are many benefits to having a skipper on board with you that will make it worth it. First of all, hiring a professional skipper means that you don’t need the qualifications to handle a boat. You can rely on the skipper to handle all the sailing, docking, and anchoring of the boat, while you stay comfortable and enjoy yourself. Moreover, a skipper is usually familiar with the area, so they can keep you safe by avoiding dangerous areas, and also show you the hidden spots instead.

Discover Albania

You can begin your boat rental in the beautiful town of Saranda (also known as Sarandë). This coastal town on the Albanian Riviera will charm you with its precious views and relaxed atmosphere.

After visiting Saranda, you can head 12 km south to Ksamil (also known as Ksamili). This little village is one of Europe’s hidden gems, with clean and serene sandy beaches that have crystal clear waters. Many tourists come to this slice of paradise to spend their time swimming, sunbathing, and doing water sports. One of the best parts is that there are also small islands near the coast that you can swim to- ideal for when you want to find a more secluded place.

For history lovers, you can also head to Gjirokastra, an ancient town hidden inside the valley between Gjere Mountain and Drino. This town was given the name “City of Stone” because of the distinctive architecture that remains from the 13th century, including the Gjirokastra Castle.

You can also head up the coast of Albania to the town of Borsh. This has one of the longest beaches on the coast, and viewing it all from the water on your yacht charter will definitely leave you speechless. More than just beaches, the coast is lined with luxury hotels, restaurants, and clubs to fulfil every desire on your holiday.

Where can you go to nearby Albania?

Interested in a longer journey? If you are able to extend your holiday, you will be able to take your yacht charter to more destinations from Albania. If you want to head deeper into the Adriatic Sea, head north to other Balkan countries such as Montenegro or Croatia! Here, you will likely be greeted by the same turquoise waters and gorgeous beaches. If you head just south, you will be in one of the most popular islands in Greece- Corfu! You can continue down this path and explore more of the Greek Islands, or also head west until you meet the eastern Italian coast. No matter where you travel, you are certain to find beautiful destinations once you set out from Albania.

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