When you think of Greece, you probably imagine romantic islands like Santorini or party islands like Mykonos, but the island of Corfu is perhaps the most beautiful. Once you step foot on the island you’ll see the rich history and culture represented in its architecture, which has influences from the Venetians, English and French. Corfu is also considered one of the greenest islands in Greece, decorated with fresh vegetation; flowers, bushes and olive trees peppered across the rugged landscape. Whether you want to stroll through the Old Town, admire natural beauty or sunbathe on white sand beaches, you’ll never be bored in Corfu. With a boat trip to Corfu, you’ll learn why it is one of the most sought-after destinations in the Ionian archipelago. Make the most of your holiday with a yacht charter in Corfu, and discover everything that this magical island has to offer.
It can be hard to choose the right vessel for your charter destination, but luckily we are here to help. The amount of time you plan to spend on board will influence the type of vessel you choose. If you only want to sail for a few days we recommend a daily charter like a RIB or a motorboat, which will help you get to where you’re going in no time. For a week or longer, you should opt for a bigger, more comfortable vessel with all of the necessary amenities to serve your every need, such as a yacht or catamaran. If you have a lot of sailing experience, you might like to rent a sailboat but be advised that they tend to sway on the water so they are not recommended for novice sailors or people who get seasick!
Our sailboats accommodate 6 - 12 guests and include 3- 6 cabins.
Our Motorboats accommodate 4 - 12 guests.
Our RIBs accommodate 8 - 12 guests.
Our Catamarans accommodate 10-12 guests and include 4- 8 cabins.
Our Gulets accommodate 8-20 guests and include 4-7 cabins.
Our Yachts accommodate 6- 11 guests and include 2-5 cabins.
The price of a boat rental in Corfu or surrounding areas will differ based on a number of factors such as the number of people on board, the time of year and the size and type of vessel you choose. Below are some average prices of a yacht charter in Corfu without a skipper or crew on board.
€738/day in the high season and €252/day in the low season.
€4,900/week in the high season and €2,400/week in the low season.
€240/day in the high season and €180/day in the low season.
€1,000/day in the high season and €520/day in the low season.
€934/day in the high season and €412/day in the low season.
€8,900/week in the high season and €2,700/week in the low season.
Our gulets come with a skipper on board who will navigate the vessel for you.
€3,000/day in the high season and €1,000/day in the low season.
The average price of a gulet rental is €14,500/week in the high season and €10,500/week in the low season.
Our yachts come with a skipper on board who will navigate the vessel.
€3,100/day in the high season and €2,000/day in the low season.
On average, the price of a yacht charter is €32,000/week in the high season and €20,000/week in the low season.
The cost includes the use of the chosen vessel for the entirety of your journey as well as the essential safety equipment when you hire a boat in Corfu. An additional payment will be required for fuel as this will depend on the length of your journey and the type of boat chosen. Do not hesitate to contact the boat owners and they will supply you with an estimated amount. Certain boats available on our Click&Boat platform include food and beverages while others may include equipment for water sports activities.
Corfu is a place of incredible wonder and beauty, and the best way to see all of it is by boat! Hop on your yacht charter in Corfu and cross these activities off of your bucket list!
The best time for a boat rental in Corfu is between May and October. At this time period, you’ll experience warm, pleasant temperatures and little to no precipitation, perfect weather for sailing! If you prefer hot weather, you should visit in August when you’ll have average highs of 29°C. Be advised that summer is the high tourist season in Corfu and because everyone is looking to charter a yacht, the prices of boats will be higher. For better deals on boats and fewer crowds, visit Corfu at the tail ends of high season, in either May or September.
If you’re considering a boat rental in Corfu, Click&Boat has a large fleet of vessels ready for charter. For licenced individuals who like to be the captain of their own vessel, we have plenty of bareboat charters to choose from. However, if you want you don’t have a licence to sail or you prefer a more relaxing holiday, we recommend chartering a skippered vessel. It’s true that having a skipper on board is typically more expensive, but the extra cost is worth it! Skippers are your guides both on and off the water. They will take you to see all of the places on your travel itinerary, and give you recommendations about other attractions that most tourists won’t know about. Skippers provide a more all-inclusive atmosphere, and together you can customise your sailing adventure. For a unique experience on the water, rent a boat with a skipper in Corfu!
You can begin your exciting Corfu boat rental in Gouvia Marina or Port of Paleokastritsa.
Fall in love with the “queen” of the Ionian sea when you rent a boat in Corfu with Click&Boat!
The average cost of renting a boat in Corfu is around €633 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 €50 and €11,144 per day.
The price of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Corfu, you can expect to pay an average of €183 per day for a skipper.
A boat in Corfu has on average 5 berths. You can find boats with up to 14 berths.
Boats in Corfu have an average of 3 cabins. If you travel with a large group, you can book boats with up to 8 cabins.
The average length of a boat in Corfu is 12 meters.
In Corfu, privately owned yachts are available for charter. See other yachts in the area.