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Charter Sailboat YAMAHA EX 31 Himeji
Himeji

Yamaha EX 31 St. Merry (1989)

12
6
Without a skipper

From €78 per day

Charter Sailboat YAMAHA EX31 Osaka
Osaka
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YAMAHA EX31 (1989)

12
5
With or without a skipper

From €100 per day

Yacht charter in with Click&Boat

When you think about Japan you might picture the bustling capital of Tokyo or the cherry blossom-lined countryside, but the best of this diverse and unique country is located on the water. Sailors from all over the globe come to Japan to enjoy its striking natural scenery from the towering peaks of Mount Fuji to the rugged coastline of the Izu Peninsula. With a yacht charter in Japan, you can experience this rich culture by touring small fishing villages and temples or shrines along the coast. Island hop and learn about the medley of customs and traditions across the country. Discover everything that Japan has to offer and charter a yacht with Click&Boat today.

What is the price of bareboat charters near me?

If you’re looking for a bareboat charter in or around Japan, the price will differ depending on different things. Firstly, the exact location of your Japan boat rental will affect the price as well as how many people are on board, the time of year and the size and type of boat you choose. Below are some average prices by vessel type.

Sailboat

€700/week for 12 people.

Catamaran

€20,400/week in the high season and €14,000/week in the low season for 8 people.


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

There is so much to see and do in this vibrant and diverse country, and a Japan yacht charter grants you access to the very best. Here is a list of some top sailing destinations in Japan.

  • The Seto Inland Sea: This body of water separates the main island of Honshu from Shikoku and offers sheltered waters dotted with remote islands. You’ll also find a number of historic sites, such as the famous 88 Temple Pilgrimage on Shikoku Island.
  • Izu Peninsula: This peninsula located on the Pacific coast of Honshu boasts a rugged coastline rife with unspoilt beaches as well as healing hot springs. Sail around the volcanic Izu Islands which offer crystalline waters and excellent visibility, perfect for snorkelling and scuba diving. While diving you can see colourful coral reefs, sea turtles and mammals. If you’re lucky you’ll even see some shipwrecks!
  • Okinawa: This southern island group offers beautiful beaches and clear waters, as well as a subtropical climate. Go sea kayaking in Kouri Island or relax on white sand beaches like Maehama and Nakijin. If you want to take a break from the water you can get a taste of Japanese culture. Okinawa is also home to a number of World Heritage sites, such as Shuri Castle and the Gusuku Sites.
  • Hokkaido: Japan's northernmost island presents a world of opportunity for sailors who want to navigate the open ocean in addition to exploring sheltered coves and bays. While on land you can hike through national parks and protected areas, such as the iconic Shiretoko Peninsula.
  • Tokyo Bay: This bay is located in the heart of Tokyo and offers stunning views of some of the city’s most famous landmarks, such as the Tokyo Tower and the Rainbow Bridge.


What is the best time of year to charter a yacht in Japan?

Although the weather conditions vary slightly throughout the country, the best time for a yacht charter in Japan is between April and October, when the weather is warm and there is little to no rainfall. For the hottest weather, you’ll want to visit in August, when you have high temperatures of 30°C.


Skippered boat rental in Japan for a worry-free holiday!

If you’re after a relaxing holiday where you can sail carefree, opt for a boat rental in Japan with a skipper. Skippers are nautical experts who will handle all of the sailing logistics for you, so you can spend your time relaxing on board.


What type of boat is best for a yacht charter in Japan?

If you’re considering a yacht charter in Japan for your next holiday, the type of boat you choose will depend on the amount of time you plan to spend on board the vessel. If you don’t need to sleep on board and you only plan to spend a few days sailing around, we’d recommend a daily charter such as a motorboat or a RIB. For longer holidays catamarans and yachts are great vessels because they are fully equipped with the amenities you need to live on the water. Sailboats are also another great option for a longer charter however, they tend to sway on the water so they aren’t recommended for people affected by seasickness.

Find the best vessel for your Japan yacht charter, and embark on the sailing trip of a lifetime!


Good to know

Number of boats:20 boats available
Types of boats:Sailboat, Catamaran, Motorboat
Average price: €100 per day
Minimum price: €78 per day
Maximum price: €3,857 per day
Manufacturers:Princess Yachts, Barracuda, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Japan

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

The average cost of renting a boat in Japan is around €100 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 €78 and €3,857 per day.

How much does a skipper cost per day in Japan?

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

How many people can sleep on a boat in Japan?

A boat in Japan has on average 6 berths. You can find boats with up to 8 berths.

What is included in the cost of a boat rental in Japan?

The price of a boat rental in Japan typically includes amenities such as GPS, VHF, Cockpit table etc.

How many cabins does a boat have in Japan?

Boats in Japan have an average of 3 cabins. If you travel with a large group, you can book boats with up to 4 cabins.

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