Rent a boat in Marseille

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Catamaran Benneteau LAGOON 400 11.97m (2012)

Marseille
7
With captain
 22 · Private · Super owner

From €467 per day

Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 420 12.7m (2008)

Marseille
11
Without captain
 14 · Private · Super owner

From €714 per day

Discount offer

Motor yacht San Lorenzo 70 2300hp (1992)

Marseille
8
With captain
 13 · Super owner

From €2,000 per day

Discount offer

Maiora 23 (2003)

Marseille
6
With captain
 3 · Super owner

From €1,170 per day

Gulet BRAUER HAMBOURG 1945 goélette bois 20m (1945)

Marseille
8
With captain
 26 · Private · Super owner

From €733 per day

Sailboat Philippe Briand L'Esprit d'Equipe 2 18m (1989)

Marseille
8
With captain

From €850 per day

Catamaran XL Catamaran TS 52.8 16.1m (2011)

Marseille
7
With captain
 22

From €714 per day

Catamaran BALI - CATANA 4.1 Owner Version 12.12m (2018)

Marseille
6
Without captain
 1

From €380 per day

Motor yacht San Lorenzo 82 2500hp (1997)

Marseille
8
With captain
 1

From €3,600 per day

Motor yacht Grand Banks 50 700hp (2002)

Marseille
6
With captain
Super owner

From €2,300 per day

Catamaran Lagoon 450sportline 14m (2017)

Marseille
8
With captain
 23 · Super owner

From €1,300 per day

Catamaran SmartKat SMARTKAT 4.6m (2022)

Marseille
4
Without captain

From €80 per day

ICHTUS (Futuna 70) (2010)

Marseille
6
With captain
Private

From €2,100 per day

Catamaran Lagoon 440 (2009)

Marseille
6
With captain
 7 · Private

From €714 per day

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Lipari 41 Evolution 12m (2014)

Marseille
10
With or without a captain
 1 · Private · Super owner

From €871 per day

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Lucia 40 11.73m (2020)

Marseille
8
With or without a captain
 1

From €421 per day

Catamaran Tricat 30 9.14m (2019)

Marseille
6
Without captain

From €307 per day

Day Charter 12m Catamaran (2020)

Marseille
6
With captain
 10

From €743 per day

Yacht Charter Marseille with Click&Boat

Explore the Calanques National Park, take an adventurous trip to Corsica, sail to the Balearic Islands in Spain, or even to the coast of Italy? 

When it comes to renting a boat in Marseille with Click&Boat, the holiday possibilities are many, adaptable to every style of traveler and type of trip desired.

Whether aboard a speedboat, a catamaran, or a sailboat for hire in Marseille, let yourself be enchanted by the natural landscapes of the French Riviera and give free rein to your imagination to plan one of the most incredible holidays ever.

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

The price of renting a boat in Marseille varies depending on several factors, such as the type of boat, duration of the charter, and the time of year. 

In general, to rent a sailboat in Marseille, the cost is between 150€ and 700€ per day, excluding the cost of the skipper.

As for catamarans, the rates range from 350€ to more than 1,000€ per day, taking into account that a catamaran can accommodate an average of 10 passengers on board.

If you want to sail on a luxury boat, take a look at the yachts available for charter on Click&Boat, with prices starting from €2,000 per day.

And to help you plan your route, here are a few of the reference cities around Marseille, useful for both a quick stopover and a relaxing few days ashore:

Yacht Charter Cassis

Yacht Charter La Ciotat

Boat rentals Toulon

Boat rentals Hyéres

Yacht charter in Marseille: discovering the French Riviera by sea

To remain neutral in the face of Marseille's charm? Impossible! Spread over more than 20 kilometers of coastline, this area is particularly well known by yachtsmen for its succession of beautiful and natural coves, which make this part of the French Riviera one of the most popular and appreciated. 

The natural wonders of this place add to the beauty of the Old Port of the city, dominated by the view of Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde. Don't miss the opportunity to admire the scenery from the deck of your boat, be lulled by the gentle rocking of the Mediterranean, and enjoy a sunset dinner out of town.

Still not sure which boat is right for your trip? If you like adventure, a sailing yacht is one of the best options for your charter in Marseille. This area is, in fact, one of the most important sailing stops in the Mediterranean. If you are looking for luxury and comfort, a yacht or a catamaran will provide you with comfort, design, and extreme safety at all times.

Very sunny, Marseille is also the ideal city for lovers of relaxation and water sports. Don't forget your parasol, sun cream, and swimming costume for sunbathing overlooking the beaches of Estaque, Prado, and Pointe-Rouge. L'Anse des Catalans is the closest to the city center, and l'Anse de Malmousque is one of the most beautiful.

Sailing in Marseille

After strolling through the city streets and along the Old Port, or enjoying the view of the bay from the top of Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, it's time to set sail. There's no better way to start your holiday exploring this part of the Mediterranean than chartering a boat in Marseille, a stretch of sea that's ideal for sailing, relaxing, snorkeling... And much more!

Looking for a great daytime adventure? Whether aboard a sailboat or a motorboat, the many natural coves that separate Marseille from Cassis will captivate you and make you fall in love. Did you know that Click&Boat offers you a free messaging system through which you can contact the boat owner? Take advantage of it to better organise your charter and ask for advice on the best sailing areas.

First trip in the region? If you don't have much experience in the area or in sailing in general, why not rent a boat with a skipper and let a professional guide you and your companions along the most fascinating routes, in complete safety? This could also be the perfect opportunity to learn important information about the area!

What to see in Marseille?

Considered one of the most beautiful coastal cities in France and one of the reference nautical centers in Europe, Marseille has 14 marinas. So where should you start your trip on the French Riviera? Here are some of the best options:

  • Vieux-Port
  • Port de Frioul
  • Port de la Pointe Rouge
  • Port de l'Estaque

Don't forget to discover the authentic charm of the port of Goudes, Callelongue, Malmousque, and l'Escalette, guardians of some of Marseille's wildest and most fascinating natural landscapes. These are all ideal landmarks for boat rentals in Marseille, whether for half-day, day, or even longer trips.

This area will win you over, especially during a nautical trip to the Château d'If, but also for slightly longer itineraries, for example to the islands of Hyères.

Add to this timeless places such as the Vallon des Auffes and the historic Panier district. In short, the possibilities are endless in Marseille!

Don't wait any longer: find the boat of your dreams and start a great adventure.

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Jessica
Sep 28, 2018
One of the most beautiful places to be on the water! Words cannot describe the beauty! I now understand why it’s named Côte d’Azur—stunning blue sea! Highly recommend a boat day in Marseille!! Great restaurants too! Found the people to be very friendly and helpful too. Parking is a little congested though!
Victor
Aug 12, 2017
So much to do around Marseille. Iles du Frioul, Cassis, La Ciotat, Les Calanques -- all wonderful! The scenery is incredible! The wind can change quickly from on day to the next. If the Mistral comes tearing through you might need to wait till it subsides. You will not be disappointed.
Janet
Jun 26, 2017
Go see the Calanques - amazing! Our family of 4 rented boat with skipper through Pierre, and it was a fabulous day. Saw a lot of amazing sights, and just enjoyed a day of swimming and lounging around. The old port of Marseille was something to see, but also get out along the coast towards Cassis - really should not miss the Calanques (we even went cliffjumping near Cassis - a highlight of our trip).
Erik
May 3, 2017
We visited the charming harbour of Cassis, this stop is a must if you are in the area. We also tied up to mooring balls in a calanques port-miou. This is a very well protected bay right next to Cassis with mooring balls. Please note most calanques are non-anchoring zones so this is one of the few ones you can actually stop in. We also went to la Ciotat, which is an industrial harbour but offer some nice bars and restaurants.