Rent a boat in La Spezia

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Motorboat SPB1 barca nuova 2022 40CV 40hp (2022)

La Spezia
6
Without captain
 33

From €1 per day

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RAFT FOR FAMILY (2018)

La Spezia
6
Without captain
 41 · Super owner

From €183 per day

RIB gommone SPG2 40hp (2010)

La Spezia
5
Without captain
 47

From €2 per day

RIB gommone SPG1 40hp (2010)

La Spezia
5
Without captain
 61

From €183 per day

Beneteau Oceanis 331 (2003)

La Spezia
8
Without captain
 32 · Super owner

From €343 per day

Sailboat rental in Cinque Terre La Spezia (2008)

La Spezia
4
Without captain
 6

From €500 per day

Bellingardo Ghost 5.50 open-boat (2010)

La Spezia
6
Without captain
 199 · Super owner

From €200 per day

SAVER 5.40 Open (2006)

La Spezia
6
Without captain
 53 · Super owner

From €180 per day

RIB 2 Bar 6.2 40hp (2022)

La Spezia
8
Without captain
 17 · Super owner

From €199 per day

RIB 2 Bar 6.2 40hp (2022)

La Spezia
8
Without captain
 8 · Super owner

From €199 per day

Motorboat Blu line Schizzo 520 40hp (2019)

La Spezia
5
Without captain
 44 · Super owner

From €183 per day

Discount offer

Motorboat Gs Nautica 510 Open elite 40hp (2017)

La Spezia
6
Without captain
 31 · Super owner

From €183 per day

Motorboat Capelli CAP 15 40hp (2010)

La Spezia
5
Without captain
 17 · Super owner

From €160 per day

Motorboat Navaltirrena Fisher boat 33' 380hp (2000)

La Spezia
8
Without captain
 14 · Super owner

From €450 per day

Motorboat Ranieri Soverato 40hp (2016)

La Spezia
6
Without captain
 24 · Super owner

From €219 per day

CAMUFFO C16 (1998)

La Spezia
6
With captain
 23 · Private · Super owner

From €1,750 per day

Luxury private tours (1998)

La Spezia
6
With captain
 13 · Private · Super owner

From €750 per day

Motor Yacht 11m (2013)

La Spezia
5
With captain
 17 · Super owner

From €450 per day

Charter a yacht in La Spezia, Italy 

La Spezia is a great place to charter a yacht and embark on an Italian Riviera adventure or even a wider Mediterranean voyage. The French island of Corsica is 70 nautical miles away, closer to mainland Italy than it is to France. Well, you don’t even have to venture that far. With a yacht charter in La Spezia you can sail along the famous Italian Riviera!

Explore the fishing villages of Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre consists of 5 colorful fishing villages tightly packed into mountainsides with exotic viewpoints. These vertical villages have narrow streets and winding staircases with amazing sea views at every level. Cinque Terre is a popular tourist destination, so it is advisable to charter a yacht in La Spezia to avoid being rushed for time and space. Besides, you can enjoy the exquisite sunsets all to yourself after the time bound tour boats have left.

Discover the local way of life on the Island of Elba

One of the great joys of sailing is to collect fresh experiences, untouched by the news or world happenings. Elba should be up there on your travel list. There are lots of beautiful bays to anchor in, welcoming villages and abundant marine life. If time is a luxury in today’s hectic world, on Elba it flows at an unhurried pace, in harmony with nature.

Book a boat rental in La Spezia via Click&Boat

Renting a boat in La Spezia via Click&Boat will give you some truly memorable experiences to take back home. That is because Click&Boat gives you a flawless sailing charter. From finding you the perfect boat to getting you the lowest boat rentals. Our experienced customer care team will ensure your smooth transfer to the local boat owner in La Spezia. Click&Boat is passionate about sailing and we create memorable sailing experiences with others. A yacht charter in La Spezia is always better on Click&Boat – the leading boat rental platform.

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Dmitrii
Jul 10, 2021
La Specia is cool place to boat. You are not allowed to go to Cinque Terra without patent. Nevertheless, beautiful landscapes clean water.
Pete
Sep 10, 2020
The area was lovely on our trip out on the boat. This particular area has a lot to explore, and we did some serious mileage exploring the islands and coves nearby. The bay of poets was gorgeous, although be careful of anchoring into the rocks! This is a great area if you want to travel around, although there are plenty of mooring spots on the mainland, and near the islands. We were slightly unlucky in that the wind picked up and the sea was fairly rough, so we struggled with mooring a bit. On land, there are plenty of lovely places to visit, beaches, shops, restaurants, walks etc... We'd definitely come back.
Marc
Aug 28, 2020
A good starting point for portovenere and the side or Lerici with beautiful bays.
Orlando
Oct 4, 2019
Cruising around La Specia and Chique Terra in Fabrizio's boat was an absolutely fantastic, unforgettable experience for my wife and I. It was easily the highlight of our Vacation in Northern Italy. We motored around the calm waters in the Gulf of La Spezia, cruising past San Terenzo and Lerici to the East, then cutting back west exiting the gulf and heading into the sea between Porto Venere and Terrizzo. This is when things got interesting. The water by Porto Venere is very calm--great for taking a break and sunbathing. But once we entered the sea beyond the narrow space between Porto Venere and the Island, things got pretty choppy. It took some time to get used to the waves, constantly adjusting the throttle to avoid pounding over higher-frequency chop while maintaining enough speed to ride over the lower-frequency swells. Once we got used to it, we had a great time cruising past all 5 villages of the Cinque Terra, although you cannot dock the boat at any of them. Doing so at a medium pace didn't take as long as we expected. On calmer waters, you could probably get up and down the coast of Cinque Terra in little more than an hour. We took our time though, anchoring for lunch in a little alcove between Cornelia and Vernazza. And taking things nice and slow on the way back to the Gulf. Overall a fantastic experience.