Rent a boat in Oman

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With or without a skipper
Price per day
0 - €1,200+
Boat length
0 - 60+ m
Engine power
0 - 400+ hp
Year of manufacture
2003 - 2024
Search radius
1000 Max Km
2 boats available

Lagoon 39ft (2015)

With skipper

From €1,071 per day

Sailboat M Océ 15hp (2006)

Without skipper

From €286 per day

Yacht charter in Oman with Click&Boat

Located in the southeast corner of the gorgeous Arabian Peninsula is Oman, a country characterised by its diverse landscape and rich culture and history that continues to attract tourists from around the globe. You’ll find almost every type of terrain in Oman; from deserts and beaches to mountains and wadis (valleys), Oman offers an assortment of natural wonders where you can feast your eyes and have a good time. The country is also home to many historic forts, castles and traditional markets or souks, all worth exploring. With a yacht charter in Oman, you can cruise down the Salalah Coast, the country’s most popular natural attraction. Sail 3,000 kilometres and visit traditional small towns as well as uncharted islands. You can also sample some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, with crystal clear waters and white sands.

So, what are you waiting for? Charter a yacht in Oman with Click&Boat and start creating unforgettable memories.

What is the price of bareboat charters near me?

The price of a bareboat charter in Oman will vary depending on the time of year, the size and type of vessel you choose and the number of people on board. Below are some average prices of an Oman yacht charter by vessel type.


€4,000/week in the high season and €2,000/week in the low season for people.


€7,500/week for 12 people.

What can you see and do yacht charter in Oman?

As a sought-after sailing destination, Oman is chock full of things to see and do. Here are some of our top sailing spots to explore while on your Oman yacht charter.

  • Muscat: This is the capital city of Oman, located in the Gulf of Oman. It offers a range of sailing options like sheltered bays and hidden coves as well as open routes. Exercise your sea legs and stroll through the Old City of Muscat and see the country’s only UNESCO listed fort, Bahla Fort.
  • Salalah: Located on the sparkling Indian Ocean you’ll find this bustling port city, famous for its pristine beaches and colourful marine life. While there, you can also see the lush banana, coconut and papaya farms that put this region on the map.
  • Khasab: Discover the beautiful fjords and rugged coastline of this tiny town located on the Musandam Peninsula. It's a great destination for sailors who want to experience the peacefulness and tranquillity of the Omani wilderness.
  • Sur: For a taste of Omani culture and tradition, head to the Gulf of Oman to visit the coastal town of Sur. Witness the intricate art of dhow boat building and when you’re done, relax at the beach!
  • Masirah Island: Sail to this large island to sunbathe on the very best of Oman’s beaches and to deep dive and discover the marine life lurking in the Indian Ocean.

What is the best time to rent a boat in Oman?

If you want to rent a boat in Oman the best time to do so would be between January and March or November and December. At this time the weather will be warm and since Oman can get unbearably hot, the winter months tend to be the most manageable with an average of 26°C. Happy sailing!

An unforgettable holiday with a skippered yacht charter in Oman!

Even if you have a licence to sail, we always recommend choosing a skippered vessel for a safer and more relaxing holiday. Skippers are licenced professionals that will handle all of the logistics on the water such as anchoring, docking and navigating the vessel so that you can spend more time enjoying your holiday. The best part about having a skipper on board is that they are locals of the area that can show you everything on your sailing itinerary and more. If you want a tailor-made sailing experience, opt for a skippered boat rental in Oman!

What type of vessel should I choose for my Oman yacht charter?

The type of vessel that you choose for your yacht charter in Oman will depend on how much time you plan to spend sailing. If you only want to sail for a few days we’d recommend a daily charter such as a motorboat or a RIB whereas a longer charter would require a more spacious vessel such as a catamaran or a yacht. These vessels are fully equipped with all of the amenities you need for a comfortable journey such as a kitchen, bathroom and cabins for sleeping. If you’re keen on an authentic sailing experience you should opt for a sailboat however, we always recommend choosing one with a skipper since these vessels can be tricky to navigate.

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