Rent a boat in Bahamas

Where
Dates
Add your dates
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
+100 boats available

Motorboat Intrepid 33

Harbour Island
8
With or without a captain

From €2,016 per day

Motorboat Intrepid 37

Harbour Island
15
With or without a captain

From €3,840 per day

Lagoon 450 (2017)

Nassau
12
Without captain

From €956 per day

Catamaran BAVARIA Nautitech 46 13.79m (2020)

Marsh Harbour
8
Without captain

From €1,046 per day

46' Leopard Catamaran available in Georgetown or Cat Island!! (2018)

George Town
3
With captain

From €2,457 per day

Sailboat Dufour Yacht Dufour 430 GL 13.24m (2020)

The Bahamas
8
Without captain

From €774 per day

SUNSEEKER PREDATOR (2015)

Nassau
1
With captain

From €8,840 per day

Ferreti 88' Yacht (2015)

Nassau
12
With captain

From €9,865 per day

Motorboat Fountaine Pajot Nautitech 47 Power with watermaker & A/C - PLUS 600hp (2020)

Nassau
10
Without captain

From €1,709 per day

Motorboat Intrepid 41

Harbour Island
12
With or without a captain

From €3,840 per day

Catamaran LAGOON Lagoon 450 F with A/C 13.96m (2019)

Nassau
11
Without captain

From €1,477 per day

Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 450 with A/C 13.73m (2012)

Nassau
11
Without captain

From €1,015 per day

Sail the Abaco islands in the Bahamas! (1987)

Marsh Harbour
4
With captain

From €869 per day

Discount offer

ReelMajorTours (2004)

The Bahamas
5
With captain

From €1,000 per day

Wellcraft Coastal 218 Walkaround (1995)

Nassau
8
With captain

From €1,175 per day

Motorboat Contender 30

Harbour Island
8
With or without a captain

From €1,920 per day

Mako 26 Foot (1990)

Nassau
15
With captain

From €1,250 per day

Fountaine Pajot Astrea 42 - Prince Des Mers (2020)

Nassau
12
With or without a captain

From €1,086 per day

Yacht charter in The Bahamas with Click&Boat

The Bahamas is a paradisical slice of heaven spread across 700 islands in the North Atlantic. Because it is on the edge of the Caribbean Sea, The Bahamas is often considered a Caribbean destinations, and it remains to be one of the most popular! The Bahamas has everything you’re looking for to create unforgettable memories while on holiday. Get in touch with nature at the lush national parks, learn about culture and history at various museums and unwind on pristine beaches. There’s so much to see and because the country is largely based on the water, there’s no better way to take advantage of everything that The Bahamas has to offer than with a yacht charter. Learn why the country is one of the most sought-after destinations for a sailing holiday and book a boat today!

What is the price of bareboat charters near me?

The price of a bareboat charter in The Bahamas or surrounding areas will differ based on a number of factors. First and foremost, there are several islands in the archipelago, so where you charter will impact the final cost. The size and type of vessel you choose will also differ as well as how many people will be sailing on board. Finally, it’s important to note that certain times of the year bring more tourists which means that the prices of boats will rise. Below are some average prices of a bareboat in The Bahamas by vessel type.

Sailboat

€7,967/week in the high season and €3,199/week in the low season for 8 people.

Motorboat

€1,920/day for 8 people.

Catamaran

€13,830/week in the high season and €8,290/week in the low season for 12 people.

For yachts, including motor and sailing yachts, there are no options for a bareboat charter in the Bahamas. However, the average price of a skippered yacht charter is €29,400/week for 12 people on board.

What can you see and do on a boat rental in The Bahamas?

When you rent a boat in The Bahamas, you’ll be able to discover a treasure trove of beautiful places. With so many places to explore, it can be hard to narrow down your travel itinerary. Here’s a list of some of our favourite things to see and do on a Bahamas yacht charter.

  • See all of the famous sights featured in seven James Bond films like John Watling’s Distillery, Ocean Club and Thunderball Grotto.
  • Unearth the fascinating underwater sculptures at Clifton Heritage National Park including the largest sculpture ever deployed underwater, Ocean Atlas. While there, you can also see some shipwrecks, including ones from James Bond films!
  • Stroll through the quaint streets of Nassau and visit the Heritage Museum of The Bahamas to learn about its history and culture. You’ll also learn about the maritime era in the 18th century and unfold the mystery of ancient relics.
  • Embark on a submarine adventure in the bright blue water of Nassau and get up close and personal with marine life.
  • Visit the lush Versailles Gardens on New Providence Island and learn about great men in history all while taking in breathtaking views.
  • Stop at Elizabeth Avenue and climb the 66 steps of the Queen Stairs, named after Queen Victoria of the 17th century.
  • Sail to Stocking Island to see stunning views of the cliffs and rocky hills on the island, as well as the electric blue ocean.
  • Deep dive in the third-largest barrier reef in the world and explore the hundreds of scenic blue holes in Andros, including the deepest blue hole known to man, Deans Blue Hole.
  • Head over to Ardastra Gardens and watch the incredible marching dance of the country’s national bird: the Caribbean Flamingo.
  • Glide over to Our Exuma and step foot on Big Major Cay, also known as Pig Beach, a tiny island overrun with pigs! Swim and take selfies with the little pink creatures, a unique experience you can only have in The Bahamas.

What is the best time to rent a boat in The Bahamas?

The high season for sailing in The Bahamas is in the winter from December to February, when the weather is pleasant but not scorching hot, and there is little to no precipitation. However, prices will be higher at this time since there are so many tourists flocking to the islands so for lower prices and fewer crowds consider visiting in the springtime such as March or April with highs of 26°C. Happy sailing!

Safe sailing with a skippered yacht charter in The Bahamas

If you don’t have a licence to sail or you fancy a more relaxing holiday where you don’t have to worry about logistics, choose a yacht charter in The Bahamas which includes a skipper on board. It’s true that boat rentals that include a skipper are typically more expensive than bareboats, but the extra cost is worth it. Skippers know everything about sailing as well as about the islands, such as where to go and what to do. Together you and the skipper can draft a sailing itinerary that combines iconic tourist attractions and hidden gems that only locals know about. With a skipper on board, you won’t have to do anything but enjoy the sun and sea breeze. For a more personalised and all-inclusive sailing experience, opt for a skippered vessel!

What type of boat is best for a Bahamas yacht charter?

At Click&Boat we have a variety of vessels available for charter in The Bahamas but if you’re wondering which one to choose, this will heavily depend on your holiday goals. If you’re only planning to sail for a few days it’s better to choose a daily charter such as a motorboat which will allow you to see all of the sights on your wishlist in no time. For a longer yacht charter we recommend something a bit more spacious with a host of amenities on board such as a catamaran. Sailboats are also a great option for longer holidays however, they aren’t recommended for novice sailors or people who are prone to seasickness as they are a bit unstable on the water. Whatever you choose, Click&Boat has what you’re looking for to enjoy the holiday of a lifetime!

Our client reviews
4.9 / 5
Score calculated based on 312318 reviews
See all reviews