Hire a boat in the Mediterranean

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Year of manufacture
2002 - 2023
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+100 boats available

Okiboats Barracuda 545 (2017)

Split
7
With or without a skipper
 107 · Super owner

From £211 per day

HM 22 OPEN (6,5m) - Honda 150hp (2017)

Split
6
With or without a skipper
 105 · Super owner

From £201 per day

Maestral 490 - SKIPPER LICENSE NEEDED! (2014)

Dubrovnik
5
Without captain
 75 · Super owner

From £193 per day

Aprea Lancia 6 metri (2000)

Piano di Sorrento
6
Without captain
 81 · Super owner

From £202 per day

Jeanneau Cap Camarat 6,50 WA (2013)

Zadar
8
With or without a skipper
 78 · Super owner

From £220 per day

Bingo Chaparral 215 (2009)

Vrsar
6
With or without a skipper
 84 · Super owner

From £191 per day

Save 580 open (WiFi) (2017)

Tivat
6
With or without a skipper
 73 · Private · Super owner

From £211 per day

% DISCOUNT% Lomac Airone 40 (2012)

Split
12
With captain
 70 · Super owner

From £404 per day

Atlantic Marine Sun Cruiser 655 (2016)

Opatija
9
With or without a skipper
 68 · Super owner

From £266 per day

Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 cc (2014)

Trogir
12
With or without a skipper
 68 · Super owner

From £330 per day

Quicksilver Activ 555 Refit 2021 / With or without skipper / zadar area (2012)

Zadar
6
Without captain
 67 · Super owner

From £145 per day

Tiburon (2005)

Rovinj
5
With or without a skipper
 67 · Super owner

From £156 per day

SEA RAY 190 SPORT (2013)

Rovinj
7
With or without a skipper
 65 · Super owner

From £220 per day

Motorboat RANIERI 19 40hp (2010)

Salerno
6
Without captain
 62 · Super owner

From £101 per day

Mazury 40 hp / FREE FUEL INCLUDED IN THE PRICE (2015)

Hvar
6
With or without a skipper
 61 · Super owner

From £202 per day

Yacht & Co Voyage 18 (2015)

Venice
7
Without captain
 60 · Super owner

From £183 per day

Beneteau Flyer 5.5 sundeck (2017)

Split
6
With or without a skipper
 56 · Super owner

From £220 per day

Polyform Triakis 17.5 (2004)

Poreč
6
With or without a skipper
 55 · Super owner

From £172 per day

Boat Hire in the Mediterranean with Click&Boat 

With Europe to the North and Africa to the south, the Mediterranean Sea, often referred to as the 'Med', is a haven for sailing vacations and boat rentals. Although connected to the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean is almost entirely surrounded by land creating an abundance of beautiful coastal towns located in some of the most beautiful countries on the planet. 

These include France , Spain , Italy , Croatia , Greece  and Monaco just to name a few. Just as popular are some of the islands, such as the Balearic Islands, that the Med is home to including Ibiza , Menorca , Mallorca, Santorini and Corfu . The Mediterranean is a key global location for yachts and sailing and is home to major international boat shows such as Cannes Yachting Festival and the Mediterranean Yacht Show.

How much does it cost to hire a boat in the Mediterranean?

The price of a Mediterranean boat hire may vary greatly depending on the type, size and age of the boat, as well as the destination and duration of the charter. Prices may also vary depending on the time of year you choose to rent a boat in the Mediterranean. Demand and prices are often higher in the summer (high-season).

  • Hire a boat in the Mediterranean for as little as £100/day.
  • For luxury yacht charters in the Mediterranean, prices start at £4,000/day. 
  • If you are interested in renting for a long period of time, as well as sleeping on board, then expect to pay around £700/week in low season or £1,600/week in the high season.

Since you are interested in renting a boat in the Mediterranean, how about refining your search to a specific country?

Boating in the Mediterranean 

Click&Boat has thousands of boats and yachts available for hire in the Mediterranean including catamarans and motorboats as well as luxury yachts and sailboats. 

The Mediterranean is particularly popular for sailing vacations because of the proximity between beautiful, sun-kissed locations. You can go island hopping around Greece and Italy or stay in one location for a week and spend your days visiting secluded beaches and coves.

Where to begin your sailing vacation?

The Mediterranean Sea covers 2.5 million km² and as such there are countless harbors to choose to begin your sailing vacation from. Some specific harbors are worth mentioning to send you in the right direction for deciding your starting point. 

  • Porto Cervo on the Italian Island of Sardinia is a popular spot because of its destination and capacity. It can fit up to 700 boats including larger boats and is incredibly close to the famous beaches of Costa Smeralda.
  • Port de Saint-Tropez in Saint-Tropez on the French Riviera in France is another very popular location. Also accommodating over 700 boats, it is one of the larger harbors and you can expect to see super yachts here too.
  • Other notable harbors in the Mediterranean worth mentioning are ACI Marina Split, Ibiza Magna Lefkas Marina and Limassaol Marina.

What is there to see when you charter a yacht in the mediterranean?

The type of boat you hire will almost entirely depend on the type of holiday you want to have ,which will also affect what you will want to see in the Mediterranean. 

  • You might hire a catamaran to have a relaxed family holiday, a sailboat to try something adventurous by sailing between islands or you could charter a private yacht and spend your time swimming in secluded coves whilst living that luxurious life on-board your boat. 
  • If you are looking for spots of natural beauty then look no further than the Amalfi Coast of Italy. UNESCO named the Amalfi Coast an outstanding example of a mediterranean landscape.
  • If you are looking for something more lively and fancy visiting some of the world's most famous bars and clubs then I am sure you don't need to be told twice to make a stop in Ibiza - famous for its lively nightlife and nightclubs. 
  • The Mediterranean is also full of ancient history with places like St. Tropez, the Italian Riviera and the Dalmatian Coast just being a few examples of locations worth stopping during charter vacations.

When is the best time to visit the Mediterranean?

The high-season in the Mediterranean typically runs from May to the end of August with July and August being by far the most popular and busy times of the year. 

With this in mind, it is often a good idea to avoid July and August and instead plan your trip for either side of the high-season. May and June or September and October are the best times to visit the Mediterranean because the weather is still sunny, the waters are warm and the crowds are fewer. 

For sailing specifically, Spring is the best as the waters are calmer but the sun is still shining making for perfect Mediterranean sailing. If we were to suggest one time of the year to take you sailing vacation it would be during May and June.

What is included in a boat hire with Click&Boat?

Boat hires in the Mediterranean vary considerably in boat type, length of time and price of the charter. 

For those who have a sailing license, bareboat charters are available and for those who don't then you can rent a boat that comes with a skipper and even a crew. That way your skipper will take care of everything from navigating, anchoring, and docking while you enjoy your time on board (and in the water!) with your family and friends.

Through our platform, you can also request additional services and gear. Such as diving and snorkeling equipment, dinghies, jet skis, wakeboards and more!

With Click&Boat, the international leading boat rental service, you can contact boat owners directly to ask for more information about their boat. Or you can take advantage of our knowledge team of sailing advisors, that are ready to help you plan your trip on board.

With boats available for every need and budget be sure to book online today to confirm sailing adventure and to ensure your place on board!

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