With long stretches of white sand, plenty of rugged coves and a stunning backdrop of the shiny Aegean Sea, a trip to Faliraki on the Greek island of Rhodes is like no other. The town is within close proximity to some of Europe’s most unspoilt beaches - in fact, 12 of them have even been given a Blue Flag certification, an iconic eco-label. But there is so much more to see in this cute coastal town. Indeed, Faliraki serves as a gateway for exploring Rhodes, an island known for its natural beauty. Book your yacht charter in Faliraki with Click&Boat now!
The price for renting a boat depends on the season and duration of your trip. High season is typically more popular than low season which also means it may be more expensive to hire a yacht. The type of boat aswel as the port or marina may also affect the cost. Some boat owners also offer the option to rent a skipper or extra water sports equipment.
Below are the average prices for boat hire in Faliraki
Motorboat Prices start at £631 per day and £4,417 per week
Some of our boats include fuel, a skipper or water sports equipment in the rental price. We recommend that you check with the boat owner what is included in the cost.
Faliraki and the island of Rhodes has a warm Mediterranean climate in the summer and mild temperatures in the winter. July and August happen to be the busiest months of the year when many visitors from Northern Europe and other corners of the world flock to the island’s beaches. Nevertheless, these also happen to be the warmest months when the water temperature is at its highest. If you wish to explore Faliraki and its natural beauty without the crowds, we highly recommend a charter between April and June or September and November.
Faliraki has an excellent harbour located in the centre of town and within close proximity to all the restaurants, shops and attractions. However, the Faliraki Harbour is also a great starting point for an authentic Greek sailing holiday and with your boat hire, you will be able to tour the island of Rhodes while mooring in other places. The best anchorages in Rhodes include Rhodes Marina, Limin Simis, Marina Symi, Pedi and Lindos.
Faliraki is one of the most popular destinations in Rhodes, if not in the whole of Greece and with a boat hire, you can explore this beautiful area in all its glory. From the secluded coves to the white sandy beaches of the Aegean Sea, there’s plenty to see and do here. To help you plan your trip, we have compiled a list of the best things to do with your yacht charter in Faliraki which will leave you with an unforgettable experience:
Dive into the history of Rhodes by visiting the ruins of Kamiros, an ancient city which boasts main artefacts and monuments from the Classical period. For picturesque sea views, we highly recommend visiting the Castle of Monolithos, an impressive medieval fortification built in the 15th century and perched at the top of a rocky hill.
Wander through the cobblestone streets of Rhodes Town, the largest fortified city in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The main attractions include the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes, the Byzantine Art Museum and the Suleman Mosque.
Sail to one of Rhodes’ many beaches, some of the most beautiful in Greece. If you wish to swim in crystal-clear water and forget about the hustle and bustle of your daily life, you will love Tsambika Beach, Saint Paul’s Bay and Prasonisi Beach.
Take a day trip to explore Lindos Bay, one of the most picturesque spots on the island and easily accessible with your boat hire. Here you’ll find stunning views, pristine white sand beaches and more!
Last but not least, no trip to Faliraki would be complete without experiencing the town’s many attractions. If you’re travelling with family, you will enjoy exploring the largest waterpark in Greece. Faliraki also has many bars and restaurants to choose from, not forgetting its famous nightlife scene.
A great option when renting a luxury yacht is opting for a skipper. There are many benefits to hiring a skipper. They ensure safety and security on board, especially for those with limited experience. The skipper also provides guidance on the best places to anchor and visit during the trip and can take you to places that you may not have considered going. Opting out of a skipper gives you greater freedom and flexibility to choose your own itinerary and destinations but keep in mind that you will need a licence.
The average cost of hiring a boat in Faliraki is around £720 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 £1,575 per day.
The price of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Faliraki, you can expect to pay an average of £100 per day for a skipper.
Boats in Faliraki have an average of 2 cabins. If you travel with a large group, you can book boats with up to 3 cabins.
A boat in Faliraki has on average 2 berths. You can find boats with up to 6 berths.
The average length of a boat in Faliraki is 8 meters.
In Faliraki, privately owned boats are available for hire. See other boats in the area.