Rent a boat in Corsica

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With or without a skipper
Price per day
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Engine power
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Year of manufacture
2003 - 2024
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+100 boats available

Sailboat BENETEAU OCEANIS 34 10.34m (2010)

Ajaccio
6
Without skipper
 45  · Super owner

From €186 per day

Sailboat Jeanneau Sun 2500 7.5m (2007)

Ajaccio
4
Without skipper
 40  · Super owner

From €94 per day

Catamaran FOUNTAINE PAJOT MARQUISE 56 17.2m (1983)

Porto-Vecchio
8
With skipper
 42  · Pro · Super owner

From €634 per day

Catamaran Beneteau Lagoon 450 13.96m (2016)

Porto-Vecchio
10
Without skipper
 9  · Pro

From €586 per day

Motorboat Beneteau Flyer 7 200hp (2021)

Propriano
8
With or without a skipper
 27  · Pro · Super owner

From €300 per day

Motorboat Bayliner E6 115hp (2017)

Ajaccio
8
Without skipper
 30  · Pro · Super owner

From €261 per day

Lomac 675 (2012)

Bonifacio
10
Without skipper
 78

From €308 per day

RIB CAPELLI tempest 626 150hp (2011)

Porto-Vecchio
8
Without skipper
 45  · Pro

From €210 per day

Sailboat BENETEAU OCEANIS 41 11.97m (2014)

Porto-Vecchio
6
Without skipper
 15  · Super owner

From €500 per day

Sailboat CONATI 31 9.42m (1979)

Sari-Solenzara
6
Without skipper
 15  · Pro

From €164 per day

BALI 4.0 (2017)

Propriano
10
Without skipper
 3  · Pro

From €258 per day

lagoon 380 (2016)

Propriano
10
Without skipper
 3  · Pro

From €150 per day

Catamaran Looping 50 Bluenote 15m (2007)

Ajaccio
4
With skipper
 7  · Super owner

From €371 per day

Sailboat Fiskars Finnsailer 38 11.5m (1979)

Bastia
5
Without skipper
 15

From €107 per day

Sailboat BENETEAU BENETEAU 50 15m (1997)

Figari
8
With skipper
 12  · Super owner

From €367 per day

Sailboat BENETEAU First 25S 7.5m (2013)

Bastia
4
Without skipper
 11  · Super owner

From €107 per day

Voilier Bénéteau Oceanis 40 12.15m. (2010)

Ajaccio
8
Without skipper
 13  · Super owner

From €286 per day

Sailboat AMEL Kirk 11m (1974)

Ajaccio
7
Without skipper
 10

From €135 per day

Yacht charter in Corsica with Click&Boat

Corsica, otherwise known as “The Island of Beauty” is located in France, and is the fourth largest island on the Mediterranean Sea. With sparkling azure waters, perfect weather and a wealth of things to see and do, Corsica is a haven for sailors who come from all around the world to tour this incredible island. If you’re looking for a holiday out on the water where you’ll see stunning natural landscapes, pristine beaches and charming villages, there’s no better place than Corsica—and no better way than by boat! With a yacht charter in Corsica, you can experience a holiday that the entire family can enjoy, and create memories that will last a lifetime.

What is the price of bareboat charters near me?

When considering a bareboat charter in Corsica or surrounding areas, it’s important to understand that the prices of yacht rentals will vary based on the time of year, how many people are on board the vessel and of course, the type of vessel you choose. Below are some average prices by boat type.

Sailboat

€4,994/week in the high season and €3,967/week in the low season for 12 people.

Motorboat

€299/day in the high season and €261/day in the low season for 8 people.

RIBS

€450/day in the high season and €308/day in the low season for 10 people.

Catamaran

€6,900/week in the high season and €2,500/week in the low season for 10 people.

Gulet

The gulets that we have in our fleet contain a skipper on board who will navigate the vessel for you. The average price is about €5,500/week in the high season and €4,000/week in the low season for 8 people.

Jet ski

€490/day for 2 people.

Yacht

The yachts in our fleet include a skipper on board who will navigate the vessel for you. The average price is about €21,000/week in the high season and €16,800/week in the low season for 16 people

What can you see and do on a boat rental in Corsica?

One of the best things to do in Corsica is to explore the sunny coastline along the Strait of Bonifacio and visit the Lavezzi Islands. While there you can sunbathe on gorgeous beaches and see Cavallo Island, the largest of the archipelago. If you sail to the Sanguinaires Islands you’ll get a glimpse of the striking red cliffs lining the coast and close by you can discover the tiny island of Cap Corse, a treasure trove of lush greenery and wildlife waiting to be explored. What are you waiting for? Choose Corsica as the destination for your next sailing holiday and take advantage of everything the island has to offer.

What is the best time to rent a boat in Corsica?

The best time for a yacht charter in Corsica is between May and October when the temperature will be warm enough to sail and swim, the winds calm and the skies clear of rain. For the hottest weather, you’ll want to visit Corsica in summer when temperatures can reach up to 27°C however, this is the time when tourists will flock to the island and the prices of boat rentals will be higher. If you want better deals on boats and fewer crowds, we recommend visiting Corsica at the tail ends of the high season in either May or September, and the weather will still be warm! Happy sailing!

Yacht charter in Corsica with a skipper!

If you don’t have a licence to sail you can still enjoy the luxury of a sailing holiday with our large fleet of skippered yacht charters in Corsica. It’s true that having a skipper on board is typically more expensive than a bareboat, but the extra cost is worth it to sail smoothly, with peace of mind. Skippers will handle all of the nautical logistics such as navigating, docking and anchoring the vessel and they will give you recommendations about where to go in Corsica since they will most likely be locals. For an unforgettable holiday with a personal touch, opt for a skippered vessel!

What type of boat is best for a Corsica yacht charter?

If you’re stuck trying to decide what type of boat to choose for your yacht charter in Corsica, think about the amount of time that you plan to stay on board. If you only want to sail for a few days then you should opt for a daily charter such as a RIB or a motorboat. They go fast, allowing you to see everything on your bucket list and are perfect for exploring paradisiacal beaches and coves, or authentic villages like Cargèse.

For a longer charter with unparalleled comfort, choose a catamaran or a yacht which you can charter for a week or more to see all of the most important places like the Scandola Nature Reserve and the Calanques de Piana, rightly classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

If you have sailing experience and you’re accustomed to navigating unstable vessels, you might be keen on renting a sailboat, but they aren’t recommended for novice sailors or people who get nauseous on a moving vessel.

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Dean
Sep 11, 2017
the region is excellent. Better than Sardinia to visit the beautiful waters. one full day minimum on the water, if you can make it 2. there's so much beauty to see. we saw Lavezzi islands, bonifacio and this little place in between called, ile Piana. this last one was the most amazing place we had ever seen!