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Charter Sailboat BENETEAU First 21,7 Brest
Brest
4.8
 (54)

Sailboat BENETEAU First 21,7 6.25m (2008)

4
4
Without a skipper

From €170 per day

Charter Sailboat BENETEAU First 31,7 Brest
Brest
4.7
 (23)

Bénéteau First 31.7 (2008)

6
6
Without a skipper

From €250 per day

Charter RIB Bombard 5,50 Brest
Brest

Bombard 5,50 90 ch (2022)

6
Without a skipper

From €175 per day

Charter RIB Brig N610 Brest
Brest
4.9
 (41)

RIB Brig N610 115hp (2022)

8
With or without a skipper

From €270 per day

Charter Motorboat Anytec 530 SPD Brest
Brest
4.9
 (46)

Motorboat Anytec 530 SPD 100hp (2011)

5
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €249 per day

Charter Motorboat Ocqueteau ABACO 650 Brest
Brest
4.9
 (31)

Ocqueteau Abaco 650 (2019)

8
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €360 per day

Charter Sailboat Fora Marine RM 1200 Brest
Brest
4.7
 (17)

Sailboat Fora Marine RM 1200 12.00m (2010)

10
9
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €299 per day

Charter Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 40 Brest
Brest
4.5
 (26)

Cruiser race Feeling 1100 from 1985 (1999)

6
6
Without a skipper

From €271 per day

Charter RIB Highfield Patrol 700 Brest
Brest
5.0
 (6)

RIB Highfield Patrol 700 200hp (2022)

14
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €360 per day

Charter Sailboat Rydgeway Marine Prelude 19 Brest
Discount offer
Brest
New

Sailboat Rydgeway Marine Prelude 19 6.00m (1974)

4
3
Without a skipper

From €50 per day

Charter Sailboat Beneteau First 38 Brest
Brest
5.0
 (3)

Sailboat Beneteau First 38 12.00m (1985)

5
5
Super owner
With a skipper

From €286 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349 Brest
Brest
New

Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349 10.34m (2021)

6
6
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €300 per day

Charter Sailboat Beneteau First 41s5 Brest
Brest
5.0
 (18)

BENETEAU First 41s5 (1989)

6
5
Super owner
With a skipper

From €295 per day

Charter Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 37 Brest
Brest
4.8
 (22)

JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 37 (2001)

7
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From €230 per day

Charter Sailboat Beneteau First 305 Brest
Brest
5.0
 (7)

Sailboat Beneteau First 305 9.35m (1987)

6
6
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €170 per day

Charter Sailboat randonneur RM 800 Brest
Brest
5.0
 (1)

RM 800 biquille (2006)

4
4
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €157 per day

Charter Sailboat BENETEAU First 31,7 Brest
Brest
5.0
 (5)

Sailboat BENETEAU First 31,7 9.50m (2006)

6
6
Without a skipper

From €250 per day

Charter Sailboat BENETEAU First 31,7 Brest
Brest
4.7
 (16)

Sailboat BENETEAU First 31,7 9.60m (2009)

6
6
Without a skipper

From €250 per day

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Boat rental in Brest at the best price

Brest is a city renowned as much for its historical and cultural heritage as its port activity. Thus, Brest offers two marinas not far from the city. The tip of Brittany will seduce you and you will feel out of place during your stay.

For boat rental in Brest, you have the choice between the Moulin Blanc port and the Château marina. Both are ideally located and have all the services of large ports to allow tourists and passing sailors to refuel and have fun.

How much does a boat rental cost in Brest?

In Brest, the sea is a real playground and you will find different boats that will guarantee you a successful time! The city is even more beautiful to admire from the sea since its reliefs and its rocky coasts will give it the air of a little paradise.

  • For a sailboat rental, count on average €227 per day. The sailboat is a sports boat for people looking for adventure and freedom. It also offers beds and will therefore be perfectly suited to a stay if you wish to take a tour of Finistère or Brittany.
  • For a motorboat rental, count around €244 per day. Perfect for practicing water sports, the motor boat is a safe bet that will allow you to navigate all along Brest harbor in complete peace of mind.

What to do in Brest?

Brest is a city where you will find many activities to do:

  • Visit Océanopolis, the large Brest aquarium dedicated to the ocean. browse the different pavilions: the tropical pavilion, the polar pavilion and the Brittany pavilion. They are full of extraordinary species.
  • The Saint-Louis market takes place every Sunday morning. Whether it rains or shines, it is a place of conviviality for the people of Brest. You will find several stands there (world cuisine, local products, but also clothing, jewelry and even antique stands). It crosses rue de Siam and rue de Lyon. The cafes are also open, so you can take a break there before hitting the road again with your arms full of typical Breton products and souvenirs.
  • The capuchin workshops are a spot not to be missed! You can get there by tram or by car. But above all, you can take the cable car to get there! The Capuchin workshops are former buildings of the Brest Arsenal. They have been renovated and today it is a place of culture and life in the city of Brest. Today they even host a large media library that you can visit, cafes, restaurants, a climbing room and even a virtual reality escape game so don't miss out!
  • If you want to enjoy a walk in an exceptional setting, go to the Stang Alar valley. This is a magnificent botanical garden. The spaces are green and you will have room to walk around. You can even have a picnic there since there are many suitable tables or large corners of greenery to relax peacefully. Your children will even be able to enjoy the play areas available throughout the park.

What to see on board a boat rental in Brest?

You will never tire of the Breton coasts, the Iroise Sea and the wildlife that the people. Thanks to your boat rental in Brest, you can easily get where you want and quickly. No more traffic jams and monotonous roads. Here, the only road users will be the dolphins and Brest sailors!

  • Head for Crozon, this Paradise on earth is a true haven of peace. Sail along the beach of the virgin island (you will not be able to dock there, it is now a protected beach) but you will be able to anchor in the turquoise waters which make it a privileged place full of colors.
  • Sail to the Petit Minou lighthouse to admire its height and the surf beaches that border it.
  • If you are looking for quieter and less popular anchorages, hoist the sails in Plougastel, this peninsula is a must-see destination. Stop off at Auberlac’h, you can discover a small, well-hidden and sheltered port. Take the opportunity to take a lunch break in a restaurant or admire the view while enjoying your own picnic in the port or on board.

Climate at the Brest marina

To go to Brest, the ideal period is obviously the summer season. From May to September, life is good on the Breton coast. But it is during the months of June, July and August that sailing in Brest and its surroundings is the most pleasant. You benefit, in fact, from pleasant temperatures (between 19 and 21° on average), lower rainfall compared to the rest of the year and low wind power (15 km/h on average).

Be careful, however: it can happen that the winds blowing over Finistère can be quite violent. 

Think of a skipper! Or not!

If you lack knowledge or just want to relax, it is recommended to rent a boat with a skipper. The skipper knows the waters of Brest well, will guide you safely and show you the essential sites. Chartering with a skipper may be more expensive but offers a pleasant and worry-free experience.

If you have solid experience and are comfortable as a skipper, you can opt for rental without skipper for more independence.

How do I reach my boat rental in Brest?

To come to Brest, several solutions are available to you.

You can, for example, take the plane and land at Brest Bretagne airport. Then you will reach the city center by shuttle or bus.

If you come from Paris, it is also possible to take the TGV from Montparnasse station which will take you directly to Brest station. The castle marina is located 10 minutes from the station on foot. To reach the port of Moulin Blanc, buses are available in the town from the station.

Finally, the car is also an interesting means of transport. Especially since, to get to Brest, you have the choice between two toll-free motorway routes. If you go through Rennes, you probably take the RN12. If you are arriving from the south, it will be the RN 165.

All you have to do is book your boat rental in Brest and enjoy the exceptional landscapes on Breton soil! Kenavo!


Good to know

Number of boats:86 boats available
Types of boats:Sailboat, RIB, Motorboat
Average price: €280 per day
Minimum price: €50 per day
Maximum price: €3,614 per day
Manufacturers:Lagoon, Bali, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Brest

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

The average cost of renting a boat in Brest is around €280 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 €50 and €3,614 per day.

How much does a skipper cost per day in Brest?

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

What is the average length of a boat in Brest?

The average length of a boat in Brest is 9 meters.

Can you rent a boat in Brest without a license?

In Brest there are 51 boats that you can rent without a license. You can also rent many boats with a skipper.

What are the most popular boat manufacturers in Brest?

The most popular boat manufacturers in Brest are Lagoon and Bali.

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