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Charter Sailboat  Sun Odyssey 519 Palmeira

Sailboat Sun Odyssey 519 15.00m (2019)

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From €629 per day

Charter Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Belize 43 Palmeira

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Belize 43 13.00m (2002)

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From €540 per day

Yacht charter in Cape Verde with Click&Boat

Cape Verde, also known as Cabo Verde, is a group of islands located in the central Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Senegal. The archipelago consists of 10 volcanic islands and several islets. The country is known for its beautiful beaches, clear waters and warm climate year-round. If you’re looking for a unique and vibrant destination for your next sailing holiday, you can’t go wrong with Cape Verde! With a yacht charter in Cape Verde, you can go island hopping and soak up the sun on pristine, white sand beaches all while taking in a unique culture blended with African, European and Brazilian influences

Charter a yacht in Cape Verde, and get ready for the holiday of a lifetime.

What is the price of bareboat charters near me?

The cost of a bareboat charter in Cape Verde will differ based on a number of factors like how many people are on board, the time of year and the size and type of vessel you choose. Here are some average prices of a boat rental in Cape Verde by boat type.


€2,600/week in the high season and €2,000/week in the low season for 12 people.


All of our catamaran charters in Cape Verde include a skipper on board. The average price is €3,600/week for 4 people.


All of our gulet charters in Cape Verde include a skipper on board. The average price is €30,000/week for 10 people.

What can you see and do on a Cape Verde yacht charter?

There are many things to do while on a sailing holiday in this spectacular archipelago. Here are some of our favourite things to do while on a yacht charter in Cape Verde:

  • Go scuba diving or snorkelling: The clear waters around the islands offer excellent visibility for deep diving or if you want to wade at the surface, snorkelling. Sal island is home to Santa Maria, which is considered one of the best diving spots in Cape Verde. The area has a variety of dive sites, including coral reefs, shipwrecks and walls for exploring. You’ll also find a variety of marine life in this colourful reef including schools of barracudas, octopus, moray eels and parrotfish. If you’re feeling brave, you can head to Shark Point, another popular diving spot. As its name suggests, the site has a large shark population, including reef sharks and nurse sharks, all of which you can swim with!
  • Get in touch with nature and go on a hike: Some of the islands have volcanic peaks that can be climbed for spectacular views. Tackle the second-highest peak in the archipelago at Pico de Fogo, an active volcano with a summit to make the most experienced hikers sweat.
  • Go surfing!: If you like riding the waves, Sal Island is the place to go! Although most people go there to dive, it has some spots that attract surfers from around the globe.
  • Explore the vibrant culture: Cape Verde has a rich history and culture. Visit the capital city of Praia or go to the island of Santiago to see colonial-era buildings and learn more about this fascinating archipelago.
  • Soak up the sun on the beach: If you’re a fan of the beach, you’ll be spoilt for choice in Cape Verde. Morro Branco is a large white sand beach with a dramatic landscape of natural rock formations and cliffs, that contrasts with the blue waters of the ocean. The beach is also known for its windy conditions, which are perfect for windsurfing and kitesurfing. If you want a more relaxing setting, head to Buracona Beach, also known as "The Blue Eye.” This natural swimming pool and beautiful blue lagoon is surrounded by high cliffs, adding to the incredible ambience of this stunning location.

What is the best time of year to rent a boat in Cape Verde?

Since it is sunny and warm year-round, you can visit Cape Verde at any time throughout the year. However, in order to avoid rain, the best time to embark on a yacht charter in Cape Verde would be between November and June. At this time there will be little to no precipitation, and high temperatures of 25°C. Happy sailing!

Boat rental in Cape Verde with a skipper for a worry-free holiday!

If you’re looking for a holiday where you can sit back and relax, we’d recommend choosing a skippered vessel for your boat rental in Cape Verde. Even if you have a sailing licence and you want the opportunity to navigate the water, having a skipper on board provides many benefits. Skippers can serve as a watchful eye to make sure everything is smooth sailing, or they can take the helm while you enjoy time with your family. Skippers will navigate, dock and anchor the vessel and because they are usually locals of the area, they can take you to all of the best places in the archipelago. See everything on your sailing itinerary with a skipper!

What type of boat is best for a Cape Verde yacht charter?

A perfect sailing trip starts with the perfect vessel, but knowing which one to pick can be tricky. When choosing a vessel for your Cape Verde yacht charter, you should think about how much time you plan to spend on board. For a holiday of less than a week we’d recommend a daily charter such as a motorboat or RIB whereas a longer charter would require a more spacious vessel. Catamarans are a great option for a longer holiday since they have all of the necessary amenities on board to keep you comfortable. Sailboats are also a nice option for an authentic sailing holiday however, they can be quite unstable on the water. Because of this, they aren’t recommended for people who are prone to seasickness and if you’re a novice sailor we’d recommend choosing a sailboat with a skipper.

No matter what type of boat you’re looking for, you’re sure to find the best vessel possible for your yacht charter in Cape Verde with Click&Boat.

Frequently Asked Questions about Cape Verde

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Cape Verde for a day?

The average cost of renting a boat in Cape Verde is around €535 per day. Various factors can influence the cost of a boat charter, such as the season, the year the boat was built, and the equipment. The prices can vary between €200 and €2,571 per day.

How much does a skipper cost per day in Cape Verde?

The price of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Cape Verde, you can expect to pay an average of €100 per day for a skipper.

Can you rent a boat in Cape Verde without a license?

In Cape Verde there are 2 boats that you can rent without a license. You can also rent many boats with a skipper.

How many cabins does a boat have in Cape Verde?

Boats in Cape Verde have an average of 4 cabins. If you travel with a large group, you can book boats with up to 5 cabins.

Is fuel included in the cost of a boat charter in Cape Verde?

For most boats, fuel is not included in the rental cost. In Cape Verde fuel is included in the price for 3 boats.

Good to know

Number of boats:20 boats available
Types of boats:Sailboat, Catamaran, Motorboat
Average price: €535 per day
Minimum price: €200 per day
Maximum price: €2,571 per day
Manufacturers:Princess Yachts, Barracuda, and more
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