Rent a boat in Malta

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With or without a skipper
0 - €1,200+
0 - 60+ m
0 - 400+ hp
2003 - 2024
1000 Max Km
+100 boats available

Dialy Tours on Catamaran (2007)

With a skipper
 1  · Super owner

From €929 per day

Lagoon 440 (2008)

With a skipper
 23  · Super owner

From €1,000 per day

Jeanneau Lagoon-380 (2005)

With a skipper

From €857 per day

Dufour 455GL (2009)

With a skipper
 3  · Super owner

From €857 per day

Master 630 (2006)

With or without a skipper
 21  · Super owner

From €305 per day

Joker Boat Clubman 22 - daily cruise (2021)

With a skipper
 1  · Super owner

From €350 per day

Buccaneer Sea Rover - 4 HOURS ONLY (2015)

Without a skipper
 15  · Super owner

From €300 per day

Fairline Squadron 55 - daily cruise (2002)

Saint Paul's Bay
With a skipper
 22  · Super owner

From €1,800 per day

Rizzardi Technema (2002)

Without a skipper

From €10,975 per day

Lagoon 39 (2017)

With a skipper
 22  · Super owner

From €750 per day

Power Catamaran (2021)

With a skipper

From €3,343 per day

Mowgli - Sailing Boat Elan Impression 45.1 in Marina di Valletta (2020)

With a skipper
 130  · Super owner

From €271 per day

Beneteau cyclades 43.3 (2006)

With a skipper

From €433 per day

Lagoon 410 (2004)

With a skipper
 73  · Super owner

From €929 per day

Party Boat (2016)

With a skipper
 2  · Super owner

From €1,286 per day


With a skipper
 32  · Super owner

From €850 per day

Lagoon 420 (2015)

With a skipper

From €1,470 per day

57 feet Catamaran - daily cruise (2003)

With a skipper

From €1,680 per day

Yacht Charter in Malta with Click&Boat

Malta is one of the smallest countries in Europe, located just south of Sicily and above the North African coast. The archipelago consists of three main islands: Malta, Gozo, and Comino. This small country in the Mediterranean Sea is characterised by its unspoiled beauty and wilderness surrounded by glistening blue waters.

This makes visiting Malta a paradise for those getting to know it through a boating holiday. So book your Malta yacht charter and experience one of the most popular European summer destinations.

Valletta Waterfront, one of the most captivating piers in the country, doubles as the island's most important port. This is not only due to its strategic location in the capital but also because it has operated for over 260 years. Other prominent ports are Portomaso, the Kalkara Marina and the Mgarr Marina. In addition, the island boasts hidden coves and serene beaches that offer peace and tranquillity, perfect for watching colourful sunsets away from the tourist frenzy.

What are you waiting for? Embark on your dream boat charter in Malta and start creating unforgettable memories!

How much does it cost to charter a yacht in Malta?

The cost of a private boat hire in Malta will depend on several factors, such as the time of year, how many people are on board and the size and type of vessel you choose. Below are some average boat rental prices in Malta by boat type.


A motorboat rental costs €480/day for 8 people.


Rent a sailboat for €4,340/week in the high season and €3,850/week in the low season for 10 people.


A RIB costs €475/day in the high season and €430/day in the low season for 11 people.


A catamaran charter in Malta is €9,000/week in the high season and €5,260/week in the low season for 14 people.


A gulet costs €11,550 a week for 17 people.

Jet ski

A jet ski costs €550/day for 2 people.


Rent a yacht in Malta for €38,400/week in the high season and €22,000/week in the low season for 10 people.

Are food and drink included when you charter a boat in Malta?

Most of the time, food and drink are not included in a Malta boat charter. However, if you would like to have food on board, you can message the owner and ask them to provide local cuisine at an extra cost.

Bareboat yacht hire in Malta

If you have a valid sailing licence, a bareboat yacht rental in Malta is the best way to take the helm! With a bareboat, you can enjoy an authentic sailing experience where you can navigate, dock, and anchor the vessel on your own, feeling the rush of the wind and the waves. No licence? No problem! You can still rent a boat in Malta and have a skipper handle the logistics for you.

Rent a boat for a day in Malta

Malta is a true sailing paradise. It has plenty to offer for all tastes and interests. Whether you want a holiday with family, friends, or colleagues. It's a great way to get to know yourself and those around you better, not to mention a unique way. So whether you want a Malta boat rental for a day trip or a week-long getaway, raise the anchor and discover this extraordinary treasure in the Mediterranean.

Malta is an island state in the Mediterranean, with Valletta as its capital. It was a British colony until 1964 and has been the smallest member of the European Union since 2004. The country has a warm and mild climate year-round, and its landscape is mostly mountainous, with limestone as its only natural raw material.

As a popular destination for predominantly European travellers, Malta boasts several churches, museums, theatres, and colourful wooden fishing boats called Luzzus. The ancient capital of Mdina and the city of St. Paul are popular with tourists with their old walls, mediaeval, baroque architecture, and quaint atmosphere. Maltese cuisine shares similarities with Italian and Greek cuisines. Valletta also has a large harbour, making it a great starting point for nautical explorations and yacht charters to visit nearby islands.

What is the best season to charter a boat in Malta?

The best season for boat rental in Malta is typically during the summer months, from June to September. During this time, the weather is warm, and the sea is generally calm, providing ideal conditions for boating and water activities. The peak tourist season in Malta is July and August, so booking your boat rental in advance is important to secure availability.

That said, Malta enjoys a Mediterranean climate, and the weather remains mild throughout the year. If you prefer quieter periods with fewer tourists, consider visiting in the shoulder seasons of late spring (April to May) or early autumn (September to October). During these times, you can still enjoy pleasant weather and have a good chance of finding boat rentals, albeit with fewer crowds.

Malta's Paradise beaches

The Paradise Bay

The northern end of the main island of Malta is home to Paradise Bay Beach, a beautiful spot for snorkelling with stunning views of Comino and Gozo. Adventure seekers will love the natural caves, while weekend beach parties attract young tourists.

The Golden Bay

If you want to relax with your Malta yacht rental, Golden Bay is the ideal place to visit. The beach boasts fine sands and picturesque rocks and is surrounded by small restaurants and cafes offering the best food on the coast.

Ghajn Tuffieha Bay

Not far from Golden Bay is Ghajn Tuffieha Bay. This cove is less crowded than other beaches. The beach is narrow, but an excellent snorkelling area exists to explore the underwater world and its native marine life. Rent a yacht in Sliema and visit the neighbouring islands first.

The small island of Comino is a popular destination for those looking for day trips. Especially famous is the Blue Lagoon, located between the island of Malta and Gozo. This cove offers the clearest waters in the region. Those who love swimming can reach the islet of Cominotto by water to explore a beach and some caves. Being one of the most popular destinations in the country, it is usually crowded during the weekends. Opt for a private catamaran charter in

Malta for the perfect experience getting to know the Blue Lagoon with exclusivity.

Or, stop at the lesser-known Crystal Lagoon, right next door, which is usually more deserted because it doesn't have a beach, perfect for arriving by boat and taking a nice swim.

Only half an hour's crossing from Malta is Gozo, an island rising out of the sea with green hills and steep slopes—a true paradise for divers, cyclists and adventurers. The coastal landscape offers magnificent views over the clear turquoise sea.

What is there to discover in Gozo?

Through a small entrance, you arrive at Xlendi Bay. Beachgoers love it, so anchor your boat rental a short distance from the beach. This beautiful bay invites you to a day of snorkelling and sunbathing. If you want to stretch your legs, you can walk to the Xlendi Tower and the impressive sandstone rocks.

Another good anchorage, which is also suitable for staying overnight, is Dwejra Bay. This cove, whose sea has a depth of seven to eight metres, is ideal for swimming and diving. The best place to dive is through the beautiful sea caves under the Blue Window. You can also easily walk over the rock formations from the beach to this beautiful natural monument.

Ramla Bay is a third bay that is a must-stop with a Malta boat hire. It is located about one nautical mile to the east. The beach has reddish parts of sand, which is why the locals gave it the name: Red Sand Beach. An excellent experience for a sailing holiday!

How to reach Malta

Despite its small size, Malta is very easily accessible! Of course, the most popular way to reach Malta is by flying directly to the Malta International Airport. Also referred to as the Valletta Airport, this is the only airport in Malta and serves all Maltese Islands. It can be found 5 km southwest of Valletta, the capital city of Malta.

If you plan on flying to access your Maltese boat rental, many cities offer direct flights to Malta. However, you can also take a ferry to arrive at your boat rental in Malta! Ferries to Malta sail from Sicily, Salerno, and the Maltese island Gozo. Depending on the route you choose to take, the trip can take between 45 minutes and 26 hours.

Good to know

Number of boats:234 boats available
Types of boats:Motorboat, Sailboat, RIB
Average price: €797 per day
Minimum price: €150 per day
Maximum price: €32,250 per day
Manufacturers:Jeanneau, Beneteau, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Malta

What is the cost of renting a boat in the high season and the low season in Malta?

The average cost of renting a boat in Malta in the high season is around €928 per day, while in the low season it is around €773 per day.

How much does a skipper cost per day in Malta?

The price of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Malta, you can expect to pay an average of €227 per day for a skipper.

What are the most popular boat manufacturers in Malta?

The most popular boat manufacturers in Malta are Jeanneau and Beneteau.

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

The price of a boat rental in Malta typically includes amenities such as Bathing, VHF, GPS etc.

What is the average length of a boat in Malta?

The average length of a boat in Malta is 13 meters.

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Kenneth and Sharon
Mar 3, 2020
Malta's best location. Central and close to all amenities, best restaurants and hotels. Public transport serves the area well. and there are various entertainment spots in the area. Once you leave the marina, you are quickly out in the open sea. and this saves you at least 30 minutes to get to the favorite beaches.
Aug 21, 2019
Malta is a lovely place to spend 4-5 days. Make sure you go to see Gozo and Camino. Recommend you visit Valetta and Mdina and also do a private tour see the islands (instead of a public tour). The food is also amazing in Malta so we can’t recommend it enough
Jul 11, 2019
Stayed in Valletta - boat picked us up from there and we went to Comino and Gozo (St Paul's islands, Crystal Lagoon, Blue Lagoon, Santa Maria Bay, a few other spots on the northeast side of Gozo). The coastline and is rugged and amazing and the water is beautiful and clear!
Jun 11, 2019
Lovely weather, great food and sites. Would recommend the intercontinental hotel, bars and restaurant. We rented a boat which was well worth it. Good for couples, groups or family's. Try to see the other islands if you can you won't regret it. The people are friendly too and it's easy to get around.