Hire a boat in Ibiza

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RANIERI 19 s voyager up to 7 people in Ibiza (Marina Botafoch) (2011)

With or without a skipper
 25 · Super owner

From £405 per day


With or without a skipper
 54 · Super owner

From £417 per day

RIB BRIG (2016)

Without captain
 86 · Super owner

From £344 per day

RIB MV MARINE 25 (2018)

Without captain
 41 · Super owner

From £685 per day

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With or without a skipper

From £319 per day

Comfortable motorboat to enjoy the waters of Ibiza and Formentera with family or friends (2018)

With or without a skipper
 28 · Super owner

From £495 per day

Motorboat Jeanneau Cap Camarat 5.5 wa 115hp (2019)

With or without a skipper
 35 · Super owner

From £417 per day

Motorboat BAYLINER VR5 150hp (2017)

Without captain
 20 · Super owner

From £572 per day

Gran Turismo 40 - 2 PAX (2017)

With captain
 23 · Super owner

From £1,368 per day


With or without a skipper
 18 · Super owner

From £521 per day

Boat for 7 people in Ibiza (6 + skipper) (2019)

With or without a skipper
 24 · Super owner

From £452 per day

Motorboat Faeton Moraga 780 170hp (1999)

With or without a skipper
 39 · Super owner

From £516 per day

Motorboat Monterey 278 Ss 350hp (2013)

With or without a skipper
 31 · Super owner

From £684 per day

Impressive 7-meter boat for 9 peole in Ibiza (8 + skipper) (2015)

With or without a skipper
 74 · Super owner

From £521 per day

MONTEREY 278 (2011)

With or without a skipper
 21 · Super owner

From £732 per day

Motorboat Glastron 205 Gts 250hp (2021)

With or without a skipper
 27 · Super owner

From £473 per day

Pedrolas - Best Value Boat in Ibiza Town only 30min to Formentera!! (2017)

With or without a skipper
 40 · Super owner

From £469 per day


With captain
 22 · Super owner

From £1,618 per day

Ibiza Boat Hire- Set Sail for Paradise!

If there is an island that perfectly combines culture, paradisiacal beaches and leisure, it has to be Ibiza. Known for its white Mediterranean style buildings, this idyllic island is the closest of the Balearics, strategically located only 50 miles from the mainland, making it perfect for an Ibiza boat hire.

The reasons for hiring a boat in Ibiza are endless: you can get to know the island from a completely unique perspective, access lesser-known coves which are typically much less crowded, or live a unique experience on board with your family or friends.

Are you ready to set sail on the voyage of a lifetime? 

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

The average price of yacht hire in Ibiza can vary depending on several factors. Among them, the type of boat, the season, the age of the boat, the duration of the rental, as well as if captain and/or crew are requested are the most significant. Below, you will find a list of average prices depending on boat type:


£3030/week in high season

£2597/week in low season


£381/day in high season

£312/day in low season


£380/day in high season

£303/day in low season


£6883/week in high season

£6493/week in low season



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Where to sail during a yacht charter in Ibiza?

When you hire a yacht in Ibiza, there are countless options for where to go:

  • You can discover the well-known Cala Bassa or Cala Portixol and take a refreshing dip
  • Sail to Cala Benirrás and explore all its magical coves
  • Explore the island of Es Vedra like you have never seen it before
  • Even visit the nearby island of Formentera, which is only a short sail away of about 30 minutes

What are the best beaches to visit during your boat hire in Ibiza?

At Click&Boat we want to help you discover all of Ibiza’s charms. If you are a beach enthusiast, in Ibiza you will find fine sandy beaches with crystalline waters, as well as coves where you can dive and snorkel. Below we will show you some of the most beautiful coves to visit during your yacht charter in Ibiza:

Cala Salada

Cala Salada, in San Antonio, is hidden among rocks, so it is difficult to access for swimmers. However, it is one of the most impressive coves on the island. We encourage you to spend a night under the stars here - it is simply a magical experience! Renting a catamaran in Ibiza will be one of the best options to enjoy the cove in a unique way.

Cala Bassa

If you head to Cala Bassa, you will be able to enjoy crystal clear waters and incredible sea beds. It's one of the best places on the island for snorkelling!

Cala d’Hort

In the southwest of the island, in the municipality of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, we strongly suggest visiting the beautiful Cala d' Hort. This is one of the best coves to visit if you love diving because of its large dimensions and open coastline.

Cala Olivera

The quiet Cala Olivera is a great place to anchor as it is surrounded by rocks and thus offers some privacy from the rest of the island.


If you’re looking for spectacular sunsets and sensational scenery, there’s nowhere better than Benirrás Beach. Mostly undeveloped save for a few fisherman’s shacks, the unspoilt natural beauty of this beach is second to none. If you’re there on Sundays at sunset, you can also watch the famous drum circle.

Ses Salines

Named for the nearby salt flats and marshes, Ses Salines is one of the most popular beaches in Ibiza, especially during the summer months. If you want to party on the beach, this is definitely the place to go, with DJs playing electronic dance music and beach clubs serving sumptuous cocktails lining the shore

Cala Jondal

Cala Jondal is unique on this list as it is a mostly pebble beach (although there is a beautiful strip of golden sand towards the south end, which is perfect for families). Once you get hungry, there are plenty of cosy cafes and fancy restaurants where you can try some of the local delicacies.

Sol D’en Serra

A trip to Sol D’en Serra will leave you feeling like you’ve somehow ended up in Hawaii or one of the Caribbean islands. A secluded cove, it is almost completely surrounded by mountains and has some of the calmest water in the Mediterranean. Given the rocky terrain surrounding the beach, a boat is actually one of the best ways to reach it, meaning that it is perfect for your voyage.

What can you see and do during your yacht hire in Ibiza?

While Ibiza is known primarily for its world-famous nightlife, there is so much more to this island than meets the eye. From captivating coves to breath-taking beaches, this island has it all. By day, you can visit some of the most sensational landscapes in the Mediterranean. By night, you will be able to party until the sun comes up. The choice is yours.

In addition to the island's swinging nightlife and natural beauty, there are a lot of other places to visit. In the city of Ibiza you can visit the Cathedral, the Castle and the Punic Necropolis of Puig del Molins, among many other points of interest. Don't miss the drumming party on Benirràs beach or go to one of the many typical hippy markets on the island. If you fancy taking a day trip, you should also be sure to take your Ibiza yacht hire to the magical island of Es Vedra, which has been a protected natural reserve since 2002.

If you’re more interested in sampling the sumptuous cuisine of the island, you won’t be disappointed. Naturally, you can try things such as Paella de Marisco and tortilla de patatas, a mouthwatering omelette, filled with onions and potatoes, both of which are typical throughout Spain. However, you can also try things like Flaó (pastries that are typically filled with a delicious mixture of goat’s cheese, ground almonds, and honey), Sofrit Pagés (a traditional Balearic meat stew), and ensaimadas (small Balearic croissants with a variety of sweet fillings). The sangria is also second to none.

When is the best time for a yacht charter in Ibiza?

Ibiza is an ideal place for a boat rental, not just because of the amount of things to see and do, but also for its Mediterranean climate, which promises calm navigation. Generally speaking, the best months to sail are from April to October, when the temperatures are perfect for swimming, and the winds not too strong for a calm trip. Although the temperatures may be a little high for some, especially in August, the sea breeze is there to cool you down. Just don’t forget to apply sun cream regularly!

In which ports can you start your Ibiza boat hire?

There are a wide variety of different ports on the island, some more developed than others. Here are the most popular starting points for your yacht charter in Ibiza:

  • Puerto Marina Ibiza Magna is located in the historical centre and is one of the main ports in terms of connections with the rest of the Mediterranean
  • The Port of Santa Eulalia is only 14 kilometres from downtown and very popular among travellers
  • The Port of San Antonio is the closest to the peninsula and has around 650 moorings
  • Puerto Deportivo Marina Botafoch, one of the most exclusive marinas on the island, and perfect, especially for those thinking of chartering a yacht in Ibiza.

If you can’t find a mooring at one of these, you should instead considering starting your Ibiza boat hire from either Club Nautico Ibiza or Marina Ibiza.

Which sailing routes should you add to your Ibiza boat hire itinerary?

Only 2 miles away from Ibiza, you can find the dreamy landscapes offered by the beautiful island of Formentera, with its crystalline waters and untouched beaches. Hiring a yacht in Ibiza will allow you the opportunity to make this unforgettable crossing! In the other direction you will find Mallorca and Menorca, with the services of a great capital but also areas of great unspoilt natural beauty, such as the National Maritime-Terrestrial Park of the Cabrera Archipelago, which is uninhabited in order to preserve its magnificent flora and fauna as well as its nearby reefs.

Even if you choose to stick just to Ibiza, you won’t be bored. There is so much to visit on the island that you can make your way around, in a circle, visiting all the best beaches and hidden coves that very few people actually know about.

Set sail with a skipper to further enhance your relaxation!

With Click&Boat, you will be able to find boat hires in Ibiza either with or without a skipper. Set sail without a skipper for a holiday full of adventure or opt for a skippered cruise to guarantee a relaxing holiday with a local who can show you all the best kept secrets of the island.

What is the best type of boat to hire in Ibiza?

The best type of boat for your yacht charter in Ibiza depends on what sort of trip. If you want to cover a lot of distance in just a short space of time during your Ibiza boat hire, you should rent a motorboat. In a motorboat you can do a lap of the entire island in about four hours (although obviously this is without stopping off) and even the trip from Ibiza to Formentera takes only around 30-45 minutes. Having said this, you will consume a lot of fuel in a motorboat, making this a potentially expensive option and not the most environmentally friendly.

If you’re looking to relax, maybe a sailing yacht or catamaran would be better. Such boats allow you to fully enjoy the sea and the feeling of being propelled along by the wind and tides. If you suffer from seasickness, this would be another reason to opt for a catamaran, as the double hull structure of these boats offers more stability than other types of vessel. 

What are the best prices for Boat hires in Ibiza?

The average price for Boat hire in Ibiza is £2,347.00 per day. However, you can find Boat for better prices in the area starting from £37.00 per day.
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23 sept. 2018
Ibiza every day is more beautiful! We were in Porroig, splendid beach. The photographs of Es Vedrà, fantastic! We sailed at dawn from Porroig to Es Vedrà, I recommend observing the magic of Ibiza at that time of the day. There is nothing like the silent navigation of the new sailboat "Ariel". Come to Ibiza! Try the "Ariel".
18 sept. 2018
Formentera is a beautiful place, Lots of hidden caves to view and some unbelievable beaches to moor up at. We visited the whole of the west coast in a day and had a great time. If you hire a boat this is a must do trip. Only thing to be cautious about is the open sea crossing between Ibiza and Formentera, it can get a little choppy at high wind.
31 août 2018
Visit Ibiza and Formentera, particularly the caves for cliff jumping. Reserve a lunch spot in Formentera (Tiburon was amazing) the week before. A tender can pick you up so you are dry upon arrival at the restaurant. Overall the cruise to the isolated beaches and caves was 100% worth the money spent!!!
2 juin 2021
Ibiza and Formentera are perfect for sailing. Many great places and the booklet received from Rumbo Norte was very helpful in terms of where to anchor etc.