Rent a boat in Finland

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With or without a skipper
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Year of manufacture
2003 - 2024
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Yacht charter in Finland with Click&Boat

When you think about a sailing trip, your mind might naturally gravitate to tropical destinations and paradisical islands, but one of the most sought-after sailing destinations in the world is Finland, a Scandinavian jewel perfect for exploring with a boat. A yacht charter in Finland grants you access to unparalleled natural beauty characterised by a long coastline dotted with an array of unspoilt archipelagos and glittering lakes. The country's vast network of waterways and lakes make it a wonderland for sailors seeking an adventure. Explore thousands of islands surrounded by diverse landscapes, like rugged cliffs and sandy beaches, all from the comfort of your boat.

So, what are you waiting for? Get ready to sail the pristine waters of the Baltic Sea with Click&Boat, and charter a yacht in Finland today.

What is the price of bareboat charters near me?

If you’re looking for a bareboat charter in or around Finland the price will differ depending on a number of factors. Things such as the time of year, how many passengers are on board and the size and type of vessel you choose all impact the cost. Below are some average prices of a Finland boat rental by boat type.

Sailboat

€4,250/week in the high season and €2,600/week in the low season for 9 people.

Motorboat

€500/day in the high season and €325/day in the low season for 8 people.

RIB

€1,280/day for 12 people.

Catamaran

€5,100/week for 14 people.

Houseboat

€11,480/week for 12 people.

Where are the best places to explore with a boat rental in Finland?

There’s so much to see and do while on a yacht charter in Finland. Here are some of the top sailing spots in this incredible country.

  • The Archipelago Sea: This area located off the southwest coast of Finland is known for its thousands of islands and islets, crystalline waters and diverse wildlife. Sailors of all levels will enjoy navigating through the sheltered bays and harbours as well as more challenging open waters.
  • The Gulf of Bothnia: Opposite the Archipelago Sea on the northern coast of Finland sits this glistening gulf, known for picturesque islands and tranquil bays and inlets. If you want to experience a peaceful getaway on the water, this is the place to be.
  • The Saimaa Lake District: Head to the southeast of Finland to experience the very best of Finnish lakes in this quaint water-laced region. Many of the lakes are surrounded by uninhabited islands, perfect for discovering by boat. Some of the islands are home to small populations that live in charming lakeside cottages where you can stop and enjoy local hospitality and culture. One of the must-see destinations in this district is Savonlinna, a city where you can Olavinlinna Castle, one of the best-preserved medieval castles in the Nordic countries.

What is the best time of year for a Finland yacht charter?

If you want to sail in the comfort of warm weather with little to no rainfall, the best time to visit Finland would be during the summer. At this time, the temperature is around 20°C and you will have around 10 hours of sunlight per day. Happy sailing!

Have the ultimate getaway with a skippered boat rental in Finland!

At Click&Boat we have a variety of boat rentals in Finland both with and without a skipper. We always recommend choosing a skippered vessel, even if you have a licence to sail. Skippers are nautical professionals that will handle all of the logistics on the water so you don’t have to worry about anything but enjoying your holiday while your skipper docks, anchors and navigates the vessel for you. Skippers are also locals of the area, so they can show you some hidden gems that you might not have thought about otherwise.

For a worry-free yacht charter in Finland, opt for a skippered vessel.

What type of vessel is best for a yacht charter in Finland?

The type of boat you rent in Finland will depend on the duration of your holiday. For a short holiday of less than a week, we’d recommend a motorboat or a RIB since they are typically rented by the day. For a longer holiday of a week or more, we’d recommend a  vessel that is fully equipped with amenities such as a cabin, kitchen and bathroom. Catamarans and houseboats are typically good options and they are comfortable and spacious enough to accommodate larger groups of people. If you’re after a more authentic sailing experience, a sailboat would be the best option however, we always recommend choosing one with a skipper since these vessels can be difficult to navigate.

Find the best vessel for your Finland yacht charter at Click&Boat!

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