Hire a boat in Palermo

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Sailboat Dufour Dufour 390 Grand Large 11.94m (2021)

Palermo
8
Without skipper
 1

From £254 per day

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Sailboat Dufour Dufour 390 Grand Large 11.94m (2022)

Palermo
6
Without skipper

From £273 per day

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Catamaran Bali 4.1 12.37m (2021)

Palermo
10
With or without a skipper
 1

From £482 per day

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Bahia 46 15m (2008)

Palermo
12
With skipper
 1  · Super owner

From £520 per day

RIB Altamarea Wave 20 40hp (2021)

Palermo
8
With or without a skipper
 12  · Super owner

From £182 per day

ALTAMAREA WAVE 20, 40 CV (2020)

Palermo
8
Without skipper
 10  · Super owner

From £109 per day

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DUFOUR — 460 GRAND LARGE (2016)

Palermo
10
Without skipper
 2  · Super owner

From £351 per day

Uscite giornaliere in barca a vela a Palermo (2009)

Palermo
6
With skipper
Private

From £351 per day

Motorboat Trimarchi 57 S PRO 40hp (2021)

Palermo
7
With or without a skipper
 9  · Super owner

From £173 per day

Motorboat Trimarchi 57 S pro 40hp (2022)

Palermo
7
With or without a skipper
 7  · Super owner

From £137 per day

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Sailboat DUFOUR 382 Grand Large 11.23m (2018)

Palermo
8
Without skipper

From £269 per day

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Sailboat BAVARIA 46 CRUISER 14.02m (2016)

Palermo
10
Without skipper

From £344 per day

Catamaran Lagoon Catamarans 42 13m (2016)

Palermo
6
With skipper
 1  · Super owner

From £585 per day

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Catamaran LAGOON 440 13.61m (2008)

Palermo
8
Without skipper

From £573 per day

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Sailboat BAVARIA 46 13.99m (2019)

Palermo
8
Without skipper
 1

From £374 per day

Sailboat BENETEAU OCEANIS 38 12m (2016)

Palermo
8
With skipper
Private

From £66 per day

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Sailboat GRAND SOLEIL 45 13.9m (2007)

Palermo
6
Without skipper

From £329 per day

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Daily excursion on a sailing boat (2004)

Palermo
10
With skipper
Private

From £637 per day

Boat hire in Palermo with Click&Boat

Palermo is the largest city on the Italian island of Sicily and the perfect destination for your next boat charter. Not only does the city have a rich history spanning back hundreds of years, but it also serves as a gateway to the idyllic Sicilian coast. Sicily is in fact the Mediterranean’s largest island and is home to plenty of sights waiting to be discovered. Between the old towns of Palermo and Catania, the pristine beaches of the northern coast or the nearby volcanic islands of the Aeolian archipelago, your sailing holiday will leave you longing for more! So what are you waiting for? It’s time to book a yacht charter in Palermo with Click&Boat now!

How much is it to hire a boat in Palermo?

When you hire a yacht in Palermo, the price will depend on the type of boat you choose, the season and the duration of your trip and any other equipment or services that you may require. Below, you can find the average weekly prices for a boat hire in Palermo:

Sailboats

£1,750/week in low season

£2,450/week in high season

Motorboats

£3,850/week in low season

£5,250/week in high season

RIBs

£630/week in low season

£840/week in high season

Catamarans

£3,150/week in low season

£3,850/week in high season

Yachts

£7,700/week in low season

£10,500/week in high season

Can I hire a boat with or without a skipper in Palermo?

It is possible to book a skippered yacht hire or a bareboat rental in Palermo. However, we recommend hiring a boat with a skipper. Not only will you be able to relax more, but your skipper will also be able to take you to the best spots along the coast. There’s nothing better than exploring the Sicilian waters with a local!

What is there to see in Palermo?

The city of Palermo is located in the Conca d'Oro (Golden Shell) and was reputed in ancient times for its expanses of citrus groves. Above the plain, several peaks surround the city, such as Monte Pellegrino to the north. There are also three nature reserves near the city, such as the Capo Gallo and Mondello. Palermo's climate is Mediterranean par excellence.

Founded by the Phoenicians as far back as the 8th century B.C., the city has been ruled by different empires including the Vandals, the Normans, the Byzantines and later the Arabs which have still left architectural traces in Palermo. Under Arab rule, the city became a major economic centre of the Mediterranean both commercially and culturally. The Normans added palaces to the city, while under Frederick II, the assimilation between Greek, Arab and Latin cultures was maintained.

In modern times, Palermo was occupied by the Aragonese, the Austrians and the Bourbons. Under Spain, the city was tinged with Baroque monuments. Depending on the historical period and occupation of the city, one can therefore still find many palaces and remains from different eras that make the city somewhat eclectic and stratified.

When you venture out of Palermo with your boat rental, you will be able to explore the beautiful Sicilian coast. The city lies on the Tyrrhenian Sea and is within close proximity to many sights, including some of Italy’s most stunning beaches. Our favourites include Mondello, Balestrate, Capaci and Altavilla. We also recommend sailing out towards the Aeolian islands or the Aegadian islands - the breathtaking landscapes found on these volcanic archipelagos will leave you mesmerised.

When is the best time to visit Palermo?

The best time to visit Palermo is during the spring and autumn months, with May and June having ideal temperatures for all types of excursions. There are also fewer crowds than in July and August. If you decide to charter a yacht in Palermo during this period, we recommend booking well in advance due to the high demand at this time.

Boat hire destinations near Palermo

In Palermo, privately owned boats are available for hire. See other boats in the area.

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Sanja
8. Sept 2018
Make sure you find out which ports are the best and avoid busy Palermo. Some places that we loved were Mondello, Favignana, Cefalu, Scopello, San Vito di Capo. In terms of nature you must visit nature reserve Zingaro. Also make sure to see all the historical sites in Palermo and enjoy the food.
Carlo
13. Aug 2018
Palermo it's my city. I am in love with her, despite all the bad advising that's flowing around the world is a very good place to live. Indeed a fantastic place to came on holidays or vacation. The city is fully surrounded by seaside place, bays and beach with an awesome sea. Walking in the city center is a cultural experience I'd love to everyone could try.