Rent a boat in Venice

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Boat without licence Consorzio Cantieristica Minore Veneziana Topetta Bacan 6 40hp (2023)

Without a skipper

From €300 per day

Discount offer

Classic Venetian Topa Boat (2015)

With a skipper

From €490 per day

Crea - Barena 8m (1999)

With a skipper
 2  · Super owner

From €1,150 per day

Motorboat Barca di lusso in legno Grand Water Limousine (2015)

With a skipper

From €3,500 per day

classic 16 m Schooner (1987)

With a skipper

From €357 per day

Hanse 371 (2004)

Without a skipper
 4  · Private · Super owner

From €130 per day

Imago Yacht Charter (2008)

With a skipper

From €2,500 per day

Yacth & Co Adriatic 19,5 (2018)

With or without a skipper
 18  · Super owner

From €250 per day

Yacht &Co Voyage 18 bronze (2019)

With or without a skipper
 70  · Super owner

From €199 per day

All inclusive Regal Ventura 980 (2003)

With a skipper
 4  · Super owner

From €400 per day

Boat without licence De Pellegrini Venezia Semicabinato 30hp (1976)

With a skipper
 22  · Super owner

From €1,200 per day

Discount offer

Boat without licence Cantieri di Pisa Comet 40hp (1964)

With a skipper

From €1,250 per day

Sailboat BENETEAU CYCLADES 43.4 13m (2007)

With a skipper

From €243 per day

Style 19 (2015)

With or without a skipper
 7  · Super owner

From €234 per day

Tour in the lagoon (1996)

With a skipper
 9  · Super owner

From €350 per day

Yacht & Co Voyage 18 (2015)

With or without a skipper
 90  · Super owner

From €199 per day

Discount offer

Lancia Sorrentina di Fabris Pierangelo (1960)

With a skipper

From €360 per day

Boat without licence Consorzio Cantieristica Minore Veneziana Gozzo 40hp (2012)

Without a skipper

From €300 per day

Charter a yacht in Venice

Explore the captivating city of Venice from a different perspective by renting a boat and embarking on a unique sailing adventure. Venice, known for its intricate network of canals, gondolas and exquisite architecture, offers an enchanting experience that can only be fully appreciated from the water. Built on a series of small islands in the Adriatic Sea, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a treasure trove of cultural landmarks, including the iconic St. Mark's Square, the Grand Canal, and the beautiful Rialto Bridge. Venice is a city that exudes charm, offering visitors a glimpse into its rich history, art, and Venetian traditions.

Experience Venice's beauty from the water, cruising along its enchanting canals and admiring the city's stunning architecture and landmarks from a different angle. Enjoy a more intimate experience with your travel companions, away from the crowds, as you navigate the serene canals and soak up the atmosphere of this romantic city. A boat rental in Venice provides a private space where you can relax, unwind, and enjoy the enchanting views of the city in comfort and style. So, what are you waiting for? Set sail with Click&Boat today!

How much does a Venice yacht charter cost?

The cost of a yacht charter in Venice can vary depending on several factors such as the season, duration, type of boat, the port or marina rented form, and whether you hire a skipper or include any extras. The following are the average daily or weekly prices for different types of boats.


A sailboat rental in Venice for 10 people typically costs around €650 per day and €4,500 per week in the high season. In the low season, prices are generally lower, averaging around €243 per day and €1,700 per week.


Renting a motorboat in Venice can cost approximately €390 per day during the high season and €300 per day in the low season for 7 people.


Chartering a catamaran in Venice typically costs from €900 per day and €3,500 per week for 12 people to €1,750 per day and €7,000 per week for 10 people.


Yacht hire in Venice can cost an average of €4,000 per day during the high season and €1,000 per day in the low season.

Should you rent a boat in Venice with or without a skipper?

You can choose between renting with or without a skipper with a boat hire in Venice. A skipper brings a wealth of experience and local knowledge, ensuring your safety and the safety of your group throughout the voyage. A skipper knows the best routes, hidden gems, and noteworthy sights in and around Venice. They can provide valuable insights and recommendations, enhancing your sailing experience. With a skipper on board, you can relax and enjoy your time without worrying about navigation, mooring, or other technical aspects of sailing. If you're interested in sailing, a skipper can offer guidance and even teach you sailing techniques if you're willing to learn.

Renting a boat without a skipper provides more privacy and flexibility. You can explore at your own pace and follow your itinerary. For experienced sailors, a bareboat charter lets you showcase your skills and navigate the waters independently. Renting without a skipper can be more cost-effective since you won't have to pay for the skipper's services.

What is the best time of year for a Venice boat rental?

The best time for a Venice boat hire depends on several factors, including weather and sailing conditions, festivities, and high or low season. The summer months, from June to September, generally offer warm temperatures, calm seas, and light to moderate winds, providing favourable sailing conditions in Venice. However, this is also the peak tourist season, so popular destinations may be crowded.

Venice is renowned for its festivals, such as the Venice Carnival and the Biennale, which attract visitors from around the world. Chartering a private boat during these events can provide a unique and vibrant experience, but it's crucial to plan and book well in advance due to increased demand. The high season, typically from May to September, offers warmer weather, longer days, and a bustling atmosphere in Venice. Prices may be higher, and popular destinations can be more crowded. The low season, from October to April, offers cooler temperatures, fewer tourists, and the opportunity to explore Venice's charm in a quieter setting. Prices tend to be lower during this period.

Which ports or marinas are in Venice?

Venice offers several ports and marinas where you can book your boat. Here are some important ports and marinas in Venice:

Marina Sant'Elena

Marina Sant'Elena can accommodate many boats, ranging from small sailboats to luxury yachts. It is approximately 10 kilometres from Marco Polo Airport and around 2 kilometres from the city centre. The marina offers various facilities, including mooring assistance, a fuel station, boat repairs and maintenance, restaurants, and Wi-Fi access.

Marina di Venezia

Marina di Venezia is one of the largest marinas in the area, with a vast number of berths available for different types of boats and yachts. It is approximately 50 kilometres from Marco Polo Airport and around 15 kilometres from the city centre. The marina offers comprehensive facilities, including a fuel station, boat repairs and maintenance, restaurants, bars, shops, swimming pools, and a private beach.

Marina Vento di Venezia

Vento di Venezia can accommodate a range of boats, including yachts and sailboats. It is around 7 kilometres from Marco Polo Airport and 3 kilometres from the city centre. The marina provides essential facilities such as mooring assistance, a fuel station, boat repairs and maintenance, and a restaurant.

Where to Sail in Venice?

Venice offers a captivating sailing experience with many stunning destinations to explore. Here are some highlights of your sailing trip in and around Venice:

The Venetian Lagoon

The Venetian Lagoon is a remarkable place to sail, encompassing iconic landmarks such as St. Mark's Square, the Grand Canal, and the picturesque islands of Murano, Burano, and Torcello. Navigate the canals and enjoy the unique beauty of Venice from the water.


Located at the southern entrance of the Venetian Lagoon, Chioggia is often referred to as "Little Venice" due to its similar architectural style. Explore its charming canals, visit the fish market, and savour fresh seafood in one of the local trattorias.


Famous for its glassmaking tradition, the island of Murano is a must-visit destination. Witness skilled artisans creating intricate glass pieces and visit the Glass Museum to learn more about the history and artistry of Murano glass.


Burano is a delightful island to explore, known for its vibrant, colourful houses. Stroll through its charming streets, admire the intricate lacework produced by local artisans, and enjoy fresh seafood in the island's cosy restaurants.


Steeped in history, Torcello is an island that offers a glimpse into Venice's past. Visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta with its impressive Byzantine mosaics and take a moment to appreciate the tranquillity of this less-crowded island.

Best Things to Do in Venice

Aside from sailing, Venice offers many attractions and activities to enhance your experience. Here are some of the best things to do in and around Venice:

Explore St. Mark's Square

Visit the iconic St. Mark's Square, home to St. Mark's Basilica, the Doge's Palace, and the famous Bell Tower in San Marco. Admire the stunning architecture and immerse yourself in the history and culture of Venice.

Visit the Peggy Guggenheim Collection

Art enthusiasts should not miss the opportunity to explore the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, which houses an impressive assortment of modern art, including works by Picasso, Pollock, and Dalí.

Discover the Rialto Market

Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the Rialto Market, where you can browse stalls selling fresh produce, seafood, and local delicacies. It's a fantastic place to experience the local food culture.

Enjoy Venetian Cuisine

Delight in the culinary delights of Venice, from fresh seafood dishes to traditional Venetian Cicchetti (small bites) and delectable pastries. Sample local wines and savour the unique flavours of the region.

Good to know

Number of boats:56 boats available
Types of boats:Motorboat, Without license, Sailboat
Average price: €540 per day
Minimum price: €120 per day
Maximum price: €6,000 per day
Manufacturers:Jeanneau, Hanse, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Venice

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

The average cost of renting a boat in Venice is around €540 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 €120 and €6,000 per day.

How much does a skipper cost per day in Venice?

The price of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Venice, you can expect to pay an average of €181 per day for a skipper.

How many people can sleep on a boat in Venice?

A boat in Venice has on average 2 berths. You can find boats with up to 10 berths.

What types of boats can I rent in Venice?

In Venice you can rent for example a Motorboat, Without license or even a Sailboat.

Can I add equipment like snorkel gear, SUP boards or a wakeboard to my boat rental in Venice?

Many owners offer various extras that you can add to your booking in Venice. This can be for example Bimini, Bathing or Bridge shower.

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Sep 21, 2022
There is endless list of things to do and places to visit. We were sailing around for two days and it is just a drop in the ocean. We definitely will back to Venice,its amazing.
Aug 27, 2019
Beautiful place, lots of fun navigating through the alleyways and over the little bridges. Would of liked to have time to go to one of the little concerts. Burano was lovely the hat to Nero restaurants food was amazing and the service was just right. Murano needs more public moorings couldn’t stop with hire boat shame Will come again to explore more
Aug 19, 2019
Venice is Venice... unique in the world. The islands Murano, Burano and Torcello needs to be visited and the small private boat offers you the best experience. I suggest to visit San Erasmo island direction Lido.. you will feel the real Venetian summer life. A lot of people reach the place with their boats and spend the day there
Sep 6, 2018
Any Sailor should visit Venice and experience her beauty. The City, her surroundings, the Lagoon from Torcello, Burano, down to Chioggia, all have history to tell, architecture to show, art to appreciate. And the magic of ancient traditions, the kindness of the people, all will make your experience unforgettable.