Rent a boat in the Canary Islands

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+100 boats available

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 37 11.4m (2017)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
6
With captain
 24 · Super owner

From €286 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN FAST 37 10.95m (2000)

Costa Adeje
6
Without captain
 11

From €213 per day

Motorboat Quicksilver ACTIV 755 SUNDECK 300hp (2019)

Adeje
8
Without captain
 14 · Super owner

From €699 per day

Motorboat FAIRLINE PHANTOM 38 740hp (1998)

Mogán
4
With captain
 18 · Super owner

From €1,350 per day

BAVARIA 49 (2005)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
10
With captain
 5 · Super owner

From €300 per day

Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45 13.73m (2006)

Gran Canaria
6
With or without a captain
 4 · Super owner

From €243 per day

Cranchi turchesse 24 (2006)

Costa Adeje
7
With or without a captain
 53 · Super owner

From €490 per day

Motorboat pronautica 660 slam 225hp (2019)

Adeje
8
Without captain
 62 · Super owner

From €450 per day

Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Fast 37 11.5m (2002)

San Miguel de Abona
3
Without captain
 3 · Super owner

From €229 per day

Enjoy the coast of Mallorca in your sailboat 460 (2018)

Gran Canaria
10
Without captain

From €313 per day

Motorboat Quicksilver Activ 605 Open 150hp (2022)

Adeje
7
With or without a captain
 15 · Super owner

From €350 per day

Motorboat QUICKSILVER 5.35 cruiser 50hp (2012)

Lanzarote
6
Without captain
 22

From €350 per day

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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 519 -2018 (2018)

Las Galletas
12
With or without a captain
 1

From €571 per day

Sailboat Dufour 365 GRAND LARGE 10.5m (2008)

Lanzarote
6
With captain
 9 · Super owner

From €314 per day

Fishing boat fully equiped (2007)

Las Galletas
6
Without captain
 8 · Super owner

From €500 per day

Motorboat Tullio Abbate Exception 42 737hp (1991)

Mogán
9
With captain
 5 · Super owner

From €385 per day

Sailboat Oceanis 37 11.48m (2011)

Santa Cruz de Tenerife
7
With or without a captain
 1

From €214 per day

Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410 12.35m (2022)

Gran Canaria
8
Without captain

From €328 per day

Yacht charter in with Click&Boat

The Canary Islands in Spain consist of seven islands of volcanic origin, located in the Atlantic Ocean, northwest of the coast of Africa. The combination of a warm climate and favourable winds make sailing in the Canary Islands very inviting for nautical enthusiasts, and what better way to see this mystical archipelago than with a yacht charter? Take in the sight of a magical landscape full of dry deserts, dense forests and frozen lava while sailing on azure waters. Charter a yacht in the Canary Islands for a holiday unlike any other.

What is the price of bareboat charters near me?

The price of a bareboat charter in the Canary Islands will differ depending on where exactly you’re looking to charter. The price will also be higher or lower depending on the time of year, how many people are on board and the size and type of vessel you choose. Below are some average prices of a bareboat in the Canary Islands by vessel type.

Sailboat

€1,700/week in the high season and €1,600/week in the low season for 8 people.

Motorboat

€499/day for 8 people.

RIB

€240/day for 5 people.

Catamaran

€2,295/week in the high season and €3,395/week in the low season for 10 people.

Jet ski

Of course, there aren't jet skis with a skipper on board, as you will be the one driving! The price of a jet ski rental is about €150/day for 2 people.

Yacht

We don’t have any bareboat yacht charters, but we have skippered yachts for about €8,400/week for 10 people.

What can you see and do on a boat rental in the Canary Islands?

No matter where you decide to go in the archipelago, one thing is for sure: you’ll never be bored! The Canary Islands offers something for every kind of tourist so even if you’re travelling with a big group, you don’t have to worry that someone won’t enjoy themselves. Here are some of the must-see stops while onboard a boat rental in the Canaries:

  • Tenerife's Teide volcano: The Del Teide volcano is the highest point in the Canaries and rises above Las Canadas National Park.
  • Las Palmas in Gran Canaria: Looking for a place that is vibrant and full of energy? Then be sure to visit the island's capital Las Palmas. Here you will find museums and a beautiful old town. Vegueta, the old part of the city will delight you with its unique charm, tangle of streets and historic architecture.
  • The Los Gigantes Cliffs in Tenerife: These majestic basalt walls rise over 600 metres, and will surely remain in your memory for a long time. The area is worth visiting by boat, especially since there are quite a few dolphins and whales swimming around!
  • Corralejo National Park in Fuerteventura: It is famous for its dunes which are overflowing with white and golden sand from the Sahara Desert. Be sure to try kite surfing!
  • Papagayo in Lanzarote: This is definitely the perfect place for all beach lovers. Here you will find hidden in volcanic coves, white beaches and emerald water.
  • Maspalomas in Gran Canaria: An ideal place for hiking with numerous viewpoints. Visitors can enjoy the zoo, the famous nature reserve and a lighthouse that dates back to the 19th century.
  • Poema del Mar in Gran Canaria: Are you fascinated by the underwater world? How about a walk through an underwater tunnel leading through an aquarium? Go to Poema del Mar Oceanarium and learn about marine ecosystems from across the globe.
  • Puerto de Mogan in Gran Canaria: If you love the charm of coastal towns, then definitely plan your stop in Puerto de Mogan. It's famous for its charming white houses decorated with colourful flowers, and a Friday market with local specialities and products.

What is the best time to rent a boat in the Canary Islands?

The Canary Islands are an ideal winter destination if you’re looking to escape the cold. You’ll almost always have sunshine and warm weather no matter which time of year you decide to visit. The sun shines more than 300 days per year and the temperature never drops below 15°C, which means you’ll be able to warm up! For the hottest weather and water temperatures visit in summer, and for pleasant weather the rest of the year! Click&Boat is here to help you find the perfect yacht charter for your holiday needs, no matter the season.

Embark on a skippered yacht charter in the Canary Islands for a relaxing holiday!

If you’re dreaming of a holiday sailing in the middle of the sea but lack a boating licence, don't worry! With Click&Boat you can have a skipper on board your yacht charter in the Canary Islands. Let a professional skipper take over the helm as well as take care of all the manoeuvring and navigation for you. It’s true that a skippered boat rental is typically more expensive than a bareboat, or it may come at an extra cost, but it is well worth it! There is no one that knows the best routes, local attractions and hidden coves better than the local sailor. They will help you see everything on your sailing itinerary and more, which makes for a more personalised experience on board. Put yourself in the hands of a professional and enjoy blissful relaxation on board with family and friends. An unforgettable holiday is guaranteed!

What type of boat is best for a Canary Island yacht charter?

Still can’t decide which type of boat to choose for your yacht charter in the Canary Islands? The boat you choose will depend on the type of holiday you’re looking to have. If you only want to rent a boat for a day or two, a motorboat or RIB is the best option to see everything in no time, and they are typically rented by the day! However, if you fancy a longer holiday of a week or more, you’ll need a vessel which can accommodate all of your needs which includes amenities on board such as a cabin for sleeping, a kitchen, a bathroom and of course, a sunbathing area! Catamarans and yachts are equipped with extra comforts to cater to you while you enjoy a longer stay on the water. If you have a lot of sailing experience, you might like to try a sailboat, but be advised that they are unstable vessels and because of this, they can be difficult to manoeuvre if you lack sailing fundamentals, and they aren’t good for seasickness!

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