Rent a boat in the Philippines

Where
Dates
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Sail
With or without a captain
Price per day
0 - €1,200+
Boat length
0 - 60+ m
Engine power
0 - 400+ hp
Year of manufacture
2002 - 2023
Search radius
1000 Max Km
2 boats available

Where to sail in the Philippines

Comprised of around 7,640 islands, of which about 2,000 are inhabited, your idyllic holiday paradise will begin aboard a yacht rental in the Philippines. Known for its radiant natural wonders and glorious biodiversity, a boat rental in the Philippines is sure to be an experience that you will remember forever. Besides its extreme natural beauty, the Philippines is also well known for its rich culture. From the cuisine to the unique and colourful festivals, there is always something new and exciting for you to discover.

Click&Boat is a boat rental platform that permits owners to return the investment on their boats, whilst also providing renters with the opportunity to have the holiday of a lifetime for a competitive price. Browse our list of available boat charters in the Philippines and you are sure to find the perfect vessel for you, your family, your friends, and the amazing adventure that you are looking to have. After this, contact the owner directly and you will be able to ask any specific questions and/or book your perfect boat vessel in the Philippines.  

How much does a boat rental in the Philippines cost?

There are multiple factors that can affect the price of your boat rental in the Philippines. These can include factors such as the size of your vessel, the time of year, the number of people in your party, or whether or not the boat comes with or without additional extras. If you want to rent a boat in the Philippines, Click&Boat has some amazing options for you, your friends, and your family.

Motorboats

If you are looking to charter a motorboat, a vessel with space for 15 people and two cabins costs about €375/day year-round.

Planning on setting sail with a larger party? A motorboat with a capacity of 25 costs approximately €250/day or €1,750/week year-round.

Where can you dock your yacht charter in the Philippines?

With over 7,000 islands in the Philippines, it is no wonder that there are so many harbours that are ideal for the start of your journey! Here is a list of some of the gorgeous harbours that are found all around the country:

  • Puerto Galera Yacht Club, Oriental Mindoro
  • Subic Bay Yacht Club, Zambales
  • Punta Fuego Yacht Club, Batangas
  • Cebu Yacht Club, Mactan Island, Cebu
  • Holiday Oceanview Marina, Samal Island, Davao del Norte

What is there to see in the Philippines?

With such a wide variety of things to see and do, it is impossible to be bored on a boat rental in the Philippines. Go island hopping, venture to some of the extraordinary volcanoes or marvel at the exquisite architecture. Your options truly are endless!

If you are looking for perfect beaches, the Philippines will not disappoint! Along the west coast of Palawan, you will find Long Beach. Disembark from your Philippines yacht charter and you will be greeted by over 14 kilometres of dazzling white sand. This beach often goes unnoticed by tourists, so will be able to provide you with your own private slice of heaven. Maremegmeg beach (also known as ‘Las Cabanas Beach’) in El Nido is also a great option. Besides relaxing on this breath-taking sandy beach, you can also drink a cocktail at one of the beach’s beautiful sunset bars. What’s more, and perhaps the most exciting part of this beach, there is a zipline that stretches over the water between the mainland and an offshore island!

Renting a boat in the Philippines gives you the perfect opportunity to explore some of the awe-inspiring national parks. Don’t miss out on a trip to the Hundred Island National Park! With a total of 124 islands, four of which have been developed, this national park is full to the brim of magical views! There is also a plethora of water-based activities for you to try here. From snorkelling to cliff jumping, to discovering the huge array of flora and fauna that live amongst the underwater coral gardens, this really is a place like no other.

Want to get further on land? Bohol’s chocolate hills are a must-visit location! These hills stretch over 50 square kilometres of land and have earned their name due to their lush vegetation, which turns chocolate brown during the dryer months. Many people even refer to these hills as an Eighth Wonder of the World.

Chartering a yacht in the Philippines means that you are bound to have the adventure of a lifetime! Float between some of the gorgeous islands, including some of our favourites:

  • Boracay
  • Mindoro
  • Palawan
  • Bohol
  • Island of Malapascua
  • Romblon Island

Should you rent a boat with a skipper in the Philippines?

A large number of our boat rentals in the Philippines come with the option of sailing with a skipper and/or crew. Although this may come at an extra cost, having a skipper on board can, no doubt, provide you with an even more enjoyable experience. Your skipper will be local to the Philippines, and so will be able to show you incredible hidden treasures located all around the archipelago. Skippers can also adapt your sailing route so that you are able to have the dreamiest experience possible.

If you decide on a skippered yacht rental in the Philippines, your voyage will definitely be much more relaxed. Your skipper will be able to take care of the sailing, docking and anchoring of the boat, so all you have to do is sit back, relax and soak in the exquisite views around you.

When is the best time to go to the Philippines?

The Philippines’ monsoon climate means that this island country has a warm temperature year-round - the coldest month of the year is January which has an average temperature of 28°C! However, the monsoon climate also means that the Philippines experiences large quantities of rain, which peaks in the month of July with an average of 124mm. Therefore, if you are looking to rent a boat in the Philippines, we would recommend going between November and March, as during this period, the weather is warm and there is very little rainfall.

If you are looking to avoid large crowds, why not book your yacht charter in the Philippines between February and March? During these months, precipitation levels are at their lowest, and you will also miss out on the hustle and bustle of the school holidays. You will be able to gaze out at the sea from aboard your Philippines boat charter and enjoy a holiday of the utmost serenity.  

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