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Boat Hire in Gibraltar with Click&Boat

Love British culture but hate the rain and clouds? With a boat hire in Gibraltar, you can experience a unique fusion of English, Spanish, and North African culture all in one place. Often referred to as “The Rock”, British-owned Gibraltar stands in its iconic rock-like form as the guardian of the Mediterranean Sea. At first, the British influence in the Mediterranean climate can feel jarring; the streets are lined with the iconic red phone booths and local pubs serve traditional British cuisine such as fish and chips. While there you’ll hear people speaking English, Spanish, and a local language called Llanito, which is a mix of the two languages and a sprinkle of Portuguese and Maltese. Experience this special melting pot that is unlike any other place on Earth, and discover why Gibraltar is an up-and-coming tourist destination. Click&Boat is here to help you explore Gibraltar in the best way: by boat.                                                                     After exploring Gibraltar's unique charms, if you wish to sail the nearby Spanish coastline, you can hire a boat in Marbella to extend your Mediterranean adventure.

How much does a yacht charter in Gibraltar cost?

If you want to rent a boat in Gibraltar, you should know that the price will differ based on a variety of factors such as boat type, when you are travelling, and how many people will be on board. The price of a bareboat rental in Gibraltar is also different from a boat which includes a skipper. Here is a list of average prices based on boat type.


A motorboat charter in Gibraltar costs about £969/day.

What can you see and do on a Gibraltar boat hire?

Despite its small size, Gibraltar is a treasure trove of excitement and is full of things to do. Here’s a must-do list to keep in mind as you sail your Gibraltar boat hire.

  • Admire the lighthouse in Europa Point. Legend has it that Hercules completed his tenth labour passing through it, opening the strait, and creating the pillars that stand there today.
  • Go dolphin watching and see three species of dolphins lurking in the turquoise water. Watch Bottlenose, Common, and Striped dolphins dip and dive into the sea and explore the caves along the eastern side of the Rock with views of Morocco and Spain.
  • See Europe’s only Barbary Macaques in the Apes Den. It is believed that if the wild apes should ever disappear, the British will also disappear from Gibraltar forever.
  • Climb the Mediterranean Steps up to the highest peak of the Rock for spectacular views of Gibraltar.
  • Scuba dive and uncover a biodiverse, underwater universe.
  • Cool off at one of Gibraltar’s fabulous beaches. We recommend Camp Bay, Little Bay, Catalan Bay, and Eastern Beach.

What is the best time for a yacht charter in Gibraltar?

Gibraltar has a Meditteranean climate, characterised by hot, dry summers and mild winters. It has average annual temperatures of 20°C with the hottest temperatures in August at around 28°C. Although you can visit Gibraltar year-round with little rain and lots of sun, the best time for a Gibraltar boat hire is from April to August when you can benefit from the highest temperatures and the lowest precipitation levels.

Gibraltar boat trips with a skipper!

At Click&Boat you can have a yacht charter in Gibraltar with or without a skipper. There are many advantages to having a skipper on board, like experiencing ultimate relaxation. Skippers are professionals who handle sailing, docking, and anchoring the boat so you don’t have to worry about anything but soaking up the sun. Even if you have sailing experience, skippers can still add something special to your Gibraltar boat trip. Since skippers are usually locals, they are familiar with the area and can show you the very best that Gibraltar has to offer, and give you some tips!

What type of boat is best for my Gibraltar boat hire?

Before embarking on a Gibraltar boat trip, you have to choose the right vessel to maximise your holiday experience. If you want to hire a boat for less than a week, motorboats or RIBs would be a good option as they are typically hired by the day. If you have a longer holiday in mind, you could hire a catamaran or sailboat, as they are typically hired by the week. For a lavish holiday consider a luxury yacht charter in Gilbraltar, where you have all of the comforts you need on board.

Good to know

Number of boats:20 boats available
Types of boats:Motorboat, Motor Yacht, RIB
Average price: £2,063 per day
Minimum price: £200 per day
Maximum price: £4,500 per day
Manufacturers:Jeanneau, Princess Yachts, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Gibraltar

How much does it cost to hire a boat in Gibraltar for a day?

The average cost of hiring a boat in Gibraltar is around £2,063 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 £200 and £4,500 per day.

How much does a skipper cost per day in Gibraltar?

The price of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Gibraltar, you can expect to pay an average of £100 per day for a skipper.

How many cabins does a boat have in Gibraltar?

Boats in Gibraltar have an average of 2 cabins. If you travel with a large group, you can book boats with up to 3 cabins.

How many people can sleep on a boat in Gibraltar?

A boat in Gibraltar has on average 3 berths. You can find boats with up to 6 berths.

What is the average length of a boat in Gibraltar?

The average length of a boat in Gibraltar is 14 meters.

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