Hire a Boat in Mexico!

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+100 boats available

Catamaran FOUNTAINE PAJOT Motor Yacht 37 with A/C 11m (2018)

Lomas de Palmira
6
With or without a skipper

From £355 per day

Custom Catamaran 34 - ISLA FE (2015)

Cabo San Lucas
18
With captain

From £573 per day

Motorboat Sea Ray SLX 400 900hp (2019)

Puerto Vallarta
8
With captain

From £2,413 per day

3 hours long private 46ft yacht cruise in Cabo San Lucas, including gourmet appetizers, free unlimited bar, snorkel equipment, towels and a paddleboard (2000)

Cabo San Lucas
4
With captain

From £2,106 per day

Sailboat Dufour Yachts 455 13.76m (2008)

Lomas de Palmira
8
Without captain

From £258 per day

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 519 (2018)

Lomas de Palmira
11
With or without a skipper

From £875 per day

Doral Mediterran 40 (2010)

Puerto Vallarta
2
With captain

From £2,193 per day

Catamaran LAGOON 450 F with watermaker & A/C - PLUS 13.96m (2018)

Lomas de Palmira
12
With or without a skipper

From £561 per day

Catamaran Lagoon Catamarans Lagoon 42 O.V. with watermaker 12.8m (2017)

Lomas de Palmira
9
With or without a skipper

From £583 per day

Luxury Yatch Sea-Ray Sedan Bridge 440 (2007)

Puerto Vallarta
12
With captain

From £3,159 per day

Motorboat Riviera Yacht 47ft. (2018)

Cabo San Lucas
14
With captain

From £4,303 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 449 13.75m (2018)

Lomas de Palmira
8
With or without a skipper

From £695 per day

Motorboat Baia 43ft (2018)

Cabo San Lucas
7
With captain

From £3,257 per day

Motorboat Cruiser express 52ft (2019)

Cabo San Lucas
13
With captain

From £5,333 per day

Custom Made 34 (2016)

Cabo San Lucas
12
With captain

From £170 per day

Custom Trimaran 42 (1997)

Cabo San Lucas
50
With captain

From £201 per day

Custom Catamaran 45 (2018)

Cabo San Lucas
25
With captain

From £2,983 per day

Motorboat Sea Ray 45ft. Day Cruiser (2018)

Cabo San Lucas
12
With captain

From £4,303 per day

Boat Hire in Mexico with Click&Boat

Mexico is a country full of rich culture and history, amazing cuisine and year-round sunshine, making it an excellent tourist destination. Every year thousands of water-lovers flock to Mexico to sample the different beaches and swim in the Pacific Ocean, the Caribbean Sea and the sparkling Gulf of Mexico. For a unique and adventure-filled holiday, get a boat hire in Mexico and discover its colourful marine life, striking landscapes and world-renowned beaches that are sure to impress.

What is the cost of a boat hire near me?

If you want to rent a boat in Mexico you should know that the price will depend on where you want to sail in Mexico as well as the time of year, how long your holiday is and how many people are on board. The price of a bareboat rental will also be different to a skippered vessel and you should also note that the amenities on board can cause the price to change drastically. Below are some average prices of a boat hire in Mexico by boat type.

Sailboat

£4,773/ week in the high season and £2,458/week in the low season for 8 people.

Motorboat

£2,485/day for 6 people.

Catamaran

£9,748/week in the high season and £4,387/week in the low season for 12 people.

Gulet

£37,031/week in the high season and £35,105/week in the low season for 12 people.

Yacht

£40,901/week for 8 people.

What can you see and do on a yacht charter in Mexico?

Mexico is a diverse country that has something for everyone. Whether you want to see cultural sights, natural wonders or simply relax on the beach, you’ll find what you’re looking for with a boat hire in Mexico. Here is a mini guide to exploring different parts of Mexico:

Gulf of Mexico:

Starting out as a small fishing village, today Cancun is known worldwide as one of the top holiday destinations, known for its hospitality that hosts millions of visitors annually. With so much to do in Cancun, there is no wonder why so many choose to visit. Tour the Mayan Ruins, watch the migrating sea turtles in late May or even hire a boat and visit the second-largest reef in the world: The Great Mayan Reef. Here you can see over 60 species of coral and over 500 types of fish!

Pacific Ocean:

On the Pacific coast of the country, find a boat hire in Mazatlan and sail to one of the biggest natural lighthouses in the world. It can be found in Cerro Creston, the highest point in the city. While there, be sure to visit the nearby sea caves; legend has it that there are pirate treasures hidden in the caves that have yet to be found!

Further south is the well-known coastal city of Puerto Vallarta. Walk on the cobblestones of the charming old town or along the boardwalk and marvel at the stunning view of the Pacific. Puerto Vallarta has been a favourite of sailors due to its excellent sailing conditions and picturesque landscape. Continue south, and you will find Acapulco. Sail on the Bay of Puerto Marqués or the Bay of Santa Lucia and admire the view of Acapulco with the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains lurking in the background.

Gulf of California:

The Gulf of California separates the Baja Californian Peninsula from Mexico’s mainland, and here you can choose to charter a yacht in the famous seaports of Cabo San Lucas and La Paz. “Cabo” as many say, attracts many visitors due to its delicious coastal Mexican food, beach resorts and scuba diving spots. Fishing fanatics visit Cabo specifically for marlin fishing, hence its nickname as the “striped marlin capital of the world.” Close by you have La Paz, which is the capital of Mexico’s Baja California Sur. Here, sail to the seaside town of Loreto or enjoy snorkelling in the Sea of Cortez. It is considered one of the world’s richest bodies of water, with over 800 different species of fish!

What is the best time to rent a boat in Mexico?

Mexico is a relatively large country so the best time to go sailing will depend on exactly where you’re looking to travel but generally speaking, the best time to rent a boat in Mexico is from January to June and September to December. Mexico has beautiful weather year-round but it’s best to avoid the summer months as the precipitation levels are at their highest and so are the prices! June through August is the high season in Mexico so if you aren’t keen on crowds and scorching hot temperatures but still want nice weather, opt for a Mexico yacht charter in May or September.

Consider a yacht charter in Mexico with a skipper!

For licenced sailors and novices alike we always recommend a boat hire with a skipper in order to ensure maximum security on board. There are many benefits to hiring a boat with a skipper; they handle all of the navigating and nautical logistics and if you’re keen on learning a bit about sailing, they might be willing to show you some tips and tricks! Sailors are also locals and can take you to all of the spots on your sailing itinerary, and maybe add a few of their own! For a more personalised boat hire in Mexico, opt for one with a skipper!

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

At Click&Boat we have a large fleet of boats in Mexico, and it can be hard to know which boat to choose for your perfect holiday. In order to choose the right vessel, it’s important to think about what type of boat trip you’re looking to have. For a longer charter of a week or more, we recommend choosing a larger, more comfortable vessel which includes all of the amenities you’ll need to accommodate everyone on board. Typically speaking, a catamaran or a yacht would be a great option for a weekly hire as they have plenty of space to keep everyone entertained.

For a shorter trip, we recommend a motorboat or a RIB as they are typically hired by the day, and they go fast to help you see a lot in a short period of time. For a more luxurious holiday hire a gulet, and for an authentic sailing experience, a sailboat. There are so many options at Click&Boat, which one will you choose?

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