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4 · BRUCOLI

Focus 810 (2018)

From €120 per day

 25 · Super owner
8 · MARZAMEMI

Sailboat Comet 50 15m (2004)

From €500 per day

 11 · Private · Super owner
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11 · FURNARI

Catamaran LAGOON 400 S2 11.74m (2018)

From €593 per day

 1
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9 · MILAZZO

Lagoon 380 from Milazzo (Sicily): Aeolian dream (2008)

From €291 per day

 7 · Super owner
6 · CASTELLAMMARE DEL GOLFO

Sharko (2020)

From €85 per day

 32 · Super owner
7 · CASTELLAMMARE DEL GOLFO

Castellammare del Golfo Blumax 19 (2018)

From €98 per day

 57 · Super owner
8 · PALERMO

ALTAMAREA WAVE 20, 40 CV (2020)

From €130 per day

 29 · Super owner
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6 · FURNARI

Sailboat BENETEAU OCEANIS 41 12.38m (2016)

From €341 per day

 1
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6 · PALERMO

Sailboat BAVARIA CRUISER 40 11.99m (2013)

From €246 per day

 1
12 · PALERMO

Catamaran LAGOON 410 12.37m (2001)

From €500 per day

 8 · Super owner
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8 · MARSALA

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Lucia 40 11.73m (2018)

From €507 per day

6 · CASTELLAMMARE DEL GOLFO

RENT Gabry Marino 550 (2017)

From €140 per day

 19
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11 · CAPO D'ORLANDO

Sailboat JEANNEAU Sun Odyssey 519 15.75m (2019)

From €513 per day

 2 · Super owner
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11 · PALERMO

LAGOON 380 (2008)

From €366 per day

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8 · CAPO D'ORLANDO

Dufour 390 GL "AVAJAVA" 2021 (2021)

From €386 per day

 2 · Super owner
4 · AEOLIAN ISLANDS

a greatly comfortable boat (2001)

From €286 per day

 2
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8 · CAPO D'ORLANDO

Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349 10.34m (2020)

From €279 per day

 1 · Super owner
8 · PALERMO

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 49I 15m (2008)

From €371 per day

 5 · Super owner

Sicily Boat Hire with Click&Boat

Sicily has always been recognized as one of Italy's most beautiful and authentic regions. It is in the sights of many European travelers thanks to its location in the middle of the blue Mediterranean Sea, as well as its size, as Sicily is the largest island in the country.

It's 27,700 square kilometers preserve the traces of its great past, while the incredible sea that bathes its shores brings to life landscapes that look like they came out of a painting.

Not falling in love with Sicily at first sight is practically impossible. You will have the opportunity to relax discovering the ancient villages, always exposed to the best aromas and flavors of its gastronomic tradition. With so much to experience, how can you not organize a trip to discover all this beauty?

With over 1,000 km of coastline to explore, hiring a boat in Sicily is one of the best ways to do it: no traffic, no crowds and confusion, and the sea breeze that refreshes the hot, sunny days... Want to climb aboard already?

How much does it cost to hire a boat in Sicily?

The cost of hiring a boat in Sicily varies depending on the high or low season, the type of boat chosen, the number of passengers on board and the possible need to have a captain on board, among other factors.

These are the initial rental costs:

  • During the high season, a sailboat charter in Sicily can cost about £1,900/week, excluding the cost of the captain, while in the fall and winter months the price for a 7-day departure drops to around £890/week.
  • The price of hiring a motorboat during the summer months usually starts at around £125 day, dropping to £90/day during the off-season months, but this depends on the power of the boat, whether or not it has a cabin, the owner, among other factors. It is worth noting that the cost of renting a motorboat can be more expensive due to fuel costs, which are added to the rental value.
  • The cost of a catamaran charter during the summer months starts at £4,550/week, excluding the cost of the captain and any £1,880/week during the off-season.

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Visiting Sicily: paradise between nature and culture

Viewed from the sea or inland, Sicily is always splendid!

The variety of wonders that this region preserves is impressive, as is the richness of its historical and natural heritage. Not sure where to start exploring it? We'll help you create your itinerary! Immerse yourself in history while watching the ancient Greek theater of Taormina, lose yourself in the ancient traditions of Palermo, the regional capital, or enjoy a relaxing day between beautiful Cefalù and San Vito Lo Capo, guardian of the famous Nature Reserve. Looking for a more romantic experience? An incredible sunset along the coves between Marsala and Trapani is the perfect place!

What to visit in Sicily?

Are you planning your next vacation in Sicily, but don't know where to start exploring it? We have created for you a list of some of the absolutely must-see destinations on your boat tour:

  • Taormina is located along the southeast coast of Sicily, a short distance from Acireale and Riposto. Immerse yourself in history as you watch the ancient Greek theater and then relax with an afternoon siesta overlooking Isola Bella.
  • Palermo is the regional capital, as well as one of the best places to start your vacation, before retreating to the region's beaches and quieter towns. Leaving Palermo you can sail without much effort towards both Castellammare del Golfo and San Vito Lo Capo, and head towards Cefalù and the beaches of the north coast.
  • A wonderful day of quiet and gastronomy awaits you in Cefalù, one of Sicily's most iconic and photographed towns. A point not to be missed? The view from Rocca di Cefalù, which rises imposingly above the ancient houses overlooking the sea.
  • San Vito Lo Capo, guardian of the famous Zingaro Nature Reserve, is another of the most beautiful and visited coastal destinations in the region. Overlooking the northwest coast, it is mostly known for the large sandy bay that opens up to the roots of Mount Monaco.
  • Are you looking for a romantic trip for two? An incredible sunset along the coves between Marsala and Trapani is an unforgettable program. Departing by boat from one of the two ports, you will also have easy access to the Egadi Islands, located a few nautical miles off the coast.

Discovering Sicily on board

Another aspect that makes Sicily famous all over the world is the beauty of its archipelagos! The Aeolian Islands, Égadi and Pelagias. Whatever you are looking for, you will surely find it here!

Unique natural landscapes, fishing villages, ancient traditions that can still be seen today, and environments where time seems to have stood still - not to be won over by such a spectacle is practically impossible! As part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Aeolian Islands are located on the northern coast of Sicily, so getting there by boat from Capo d'Orlando or Sant'Agata di Militello will be very easy.

The islands of Vulcano, Lipari and Salina will be the first to visit on your boat tour, as well as the largest in terms of extent. Followed by the smaller Filicudi and Alicudi, located further west than the previous ones. Here time never seems to have passed, and the rhythm of the day flows smoothly and steadily. If you are looking for tranquility, it is guaranteed here! In addition, to the east you will find the islands of Panarea and Stromboli, perfectly accessible from Milazzo or Tropea.

Second, but no least, is the archipelago of the Égadi Islands, which dominate the western coast of Sicily. Perfect destinations for those looking for clean beaches and an emerald sea. If you need to disconnect and get away from everyday life, Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo are perfect for you!

Sicily's best ports 

Your vacation in Sicily is about to begin and you still don't know where to start planning your onboard experience? The ports dedicated to sailors are many, so hiring a boat in Sicily will really be a matter of a few clicks.

Among the most common and accessible are the ports of Catania, Syracuse and Trapani, or Portorosa, usually chosen for sailing to the Aeolian Islands, and Castellammare del Golfo, another ideal starting point for sailing along Sicily's northern coast.

Don't forget the Egadi Islands anchorages: for example, renting a boat at Favignana, the ideal starting point, will be quick and easy thanks to the wide availability of models.

How to hire a boat in Sicily with Click&Boat

Have you already decided to set off to discover this amazing region? Click&Boat boat hire will accompany you on the most exciting routes! Catania, Syracuse and Trapani, or even Portorosa, Riposto and many others: the cities from which you can start your trip are many, all ready to welcome you and make your vacation unforgettable.

To hire a boat in Sicily, just enter the start and end dates of your trip, define the type of boat that best suits your needs and evaluate all the available offers. Do you have any questions? Don't hesitate to send a message directly to the boat owner and clarify all your questions and concerns: the Click&Boat internal message box is simple and fast!

The "Help" section of our platform is also always at your disposal, where you will find an answer to all your questions regarding renting, booking, payment and boarding.

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