Rent a boat in Italy at the best price

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0 - $1,300+
0 - 196+ ft
0 - 400+ hp
2003 - 2024
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Sailboat BAVARIA 36 11.4m (2010)

Porto Ercole
With or without a skipper

From $214 per day

Sailboat BAVARIA Bavaria 40 12.35m (2010)

Porto Ercole
With or without a skipper

From $260 per day

Boat without license Fiart Mare OPEN 600 40hp (2019)

Porto San Giorgio
Without a skipper

From $267 per day

Boat without license Orizzonti Syros 190 40hp (2023)

Without a skipper
 8  · Super owner

From $203 per day

Motorboat Thor 7 150hp (2019)

With or without a skipper

From $460 per day

Raffaelli Tempest 44 (1992)

With a skipper
 4  · Private · Super owner

From $374 per day

Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 400 S2 11.97m (2017)

Punta Ala
With or without a skipper
 7  · Super owner

From $763 per day

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Catamaran Lagoon 42 12.94m (2020)

With or without a skipper

From $747 per day

Sailboat BENETEAU OCEANIS 510 15.5m (1992)

With a skipper
 17  · Private · Super owner

From $618 per day

The sailing cruise to the Aeolian Islands (1981)

Tuscan Archipelago
With a skipper

From $916 per day

Boat without license Acquaviva 650 40hp (2010)

Without a skipper
 3  · Super owner

From $331 per day

Boat without license Gommorizzo 5,60 40hp (2020)

Without a skipper
 4  · Super owner

From $299 per day

Motorboat Megamar 650 90hp (2000)

Belvedere Marittimo
With or without a skipper

From $214 per day

Motorboat Mochi Craft 42 600hp (2015)

Province of Catanzaro
With a skipper

From $748 per day

Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis 411 12.71m (2005)

Marina di Carrara
With a skipper
 18  · Private

From $183 per day

Sailboat Alpa 12,70 13.15m (1971)

With a skipper
 17  · Private · Super owner

From $457 per day

Sailboat Jeanneau Sun odyssei 43 13.32m (2004)

With a skipper
 16  · Private · Super owner

From $428 per day

Dufour grand larghe 460 luxury edition (2017)

Punta Ala
With a skipper

From $382 per day

Boat Rental in Italy with Click&Boat

Italy, a land of extraordinary beauty and rich cultural heritage, also harbors incredible opportunities for sailing enthusiasts. With an enchanting coastline and several beautiful lakes to choose from, Italy offers a playground of endless possibilities for those seeking unforgettable adventures on the open waters.

Imagine gliding across the glistening waves of the Tyrrhenian, Adriatic, or Ionian Seas, immersed in the captivating vistas of Italy's coastal gems. From the mesmerizing canals of Venice to the dramatic cliffs of the Amalfi Coast, Italy's diverse shoreline is a haven for sailors looking for extraordinary experiences.

Click&Boat connects adventurers, like you, with a remarkable selection of boats and yachts, ensuring that your sailing journey in Italy surpasses all expectations. Regardless of your level of expertise, Click&Boat has the perfect vessel to match your needs. Feel the exhilaration as you navigate the scenic Islands of Ischia, indulge in island-hopping escapades in Sardinia, or discover the tranquil beauty of Lombardy's picturesque lakes. With Click&Boat as your guide, each voyage becomes an opportunity to create lifelong memories!

Count on Click&Boat for incredible experiences and sail among the many offers available: from sailboat rental to speedboat rental, your adventure is behind the next wave! Choose a boat rental in Italy and let yourself be guided by some of the most beautiful routes in the world: it will be an unforgettable trip!

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Italy?

If you’re considering a yacht charter in Italy, the price will differ depending on the time of year, the number of passengers on board, and the size and type of boat you choose. Of course, additional amenities or services could also affect the price, such as having a skipper on board. Below are the average prices of a private charter in Italy by boat type.

  • Sailboat: Set sail in style for just $400 per day.
  • Motorboat: Enjoy a smooth ride on the waves for $710 per day.
  • RIB: Zoom along the coast on a RIB for only $190 per day.
  • Gulet: Experience the ultimate luxury for $2,250 per day.
  • Houseboat: Take your home on the water for $400 per day.
  • Yacht: Sail like a VIP on a luxury yacht charter for $1,880 per day or $13,160 per week.
  • Catamaran: Explore Italy’s waters in comfort for $790 per day.
Do you want to rent a boat in Italy but you don't know where to start? Check out our local Click&Boat offers:

What does this include?

When you rent a boat with Click&Boat, you can expect a fully-equipped vessel that comes with all the necessary safety gear, navigation equipment, and amenities to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable sailing experience. Our boats are well-maintained and regularly serviced to ensure the highest standards of safety and reliability.

Which islands to visit in Italy?

  • Visit the Tuscan Archipelago, the Pontine Islands, the Aeolian Islands, and the Aegadian Islands after passing through the larger and better-known islands such as Sicily and Sardinia. The sea that bathes Italy is dotted with many beautiful treasures, known as much for their historical heritage as for their beautiful landscapes.
  • Tour the Island of Elba by boat, a succession of beaches, coves, and cliffs overlooking the sea. How do you get to the Island of Elba? Set sail from Piombino, Punta Ala, or even San Vincenzo, you will quickly reach its shores.
  • Should you want to sail along the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea in southern Italy, you can lose yourself in the enchantment of the landscapes of Ponza and Ischia, and let yourself be dazzled by the colors of Procida or delight in an exclusive tour of Capri, perhaps meeting some famous people along the way.
  • And we must not forget Sicily! Catania, Palermo, Trapani, Marsala, and much more! The guardian of one of the world's most precious historical and artistic heritages, as well as remote and peaceful landscapes, is perfect for a regenerative journey away from the city crowds.
  • Last but not least, there is Sardinia, characterized by an emerald sea that you need to see to believe. From the Emerald Coast (Costa Smeralda), with Portisco and Porto Rotondo, to Alghero, located on the west coast, to places further south, such as Ólbia and Cagliari... Sardinia holds many surprises in store!

The harbors of Italy

  • Portofino: Located on the Italian Riviera, Portofino is a picturesque fishing village known for its colorful buildings, luxury yachts, and stunning scenery. It's a popular destination for boaters and offers easy access to nearby attractions like Cinque Terre and Genoa.
  • Amalfi: Situated on the stunning Amalfi Coast, this charming town is known for its colorful buildings, narrow streets, and breathtaking sea views. It's a great starting point for exploring the coast and nearby attractions like Pompeii and Capri.
  • Venice: This iconic city is famous for its canals, gondolas, and historic architecture. It's a must-visit destination for boaters who wish to navigate the winding waterways and admire landmarks like St. Mark's Basilica and the Doge's Palace.
  • Palermo: Located on the island of Sicily, Palermo is a vibrant and historic city with a rich cultural heritage. Boaters can explore the city's many attractions, including historic churches, lively markets, and world-class restaurants, as well as nearby sandy beaches and nature reserves.
  • Where to sail to in Italy
  • Naples: A bustling port city with a rich history and stunning coastline, Naples offers easy access to other sailing destinations like Capri, Ischia, and the Amalfi Coast.
  • Capri: Known for its crystal-clear waters and glamorous lifestyle, the island of Capri is a popular destination for sailing enthusiasts. The island offers numerous secluded coves and bays perfect for anchoring, as well as luxury restaurants and bars.
  • Positano: This picturesque cliffside village is a must-see on any sailing itinerary on the Amalfi Coast. Visitors can anchor in the nearby bay and take a tender ashore to explore the town's colorful streets and relax on the beach.
  • Lake Como: In the region of Lombardy, this beautiful lake should not be missed. Explore the various quaint towns that surround the lake as you sail around. Como City, Bellagio, and Lecco are great cities to visit.

Rent with or without a skipper

Many of our boat charters in Italy come with the option of sailing with a skipper and/or crew. Although this may come at an extra cost, having a skipper on board can, no doubt, provide you with an even more enjoyable experience! Your skipper can adapt the sailing route so that your voyage best suits the desires of you and the rest of your party.

Additionally, setting sail with a skipper will make your voyage even more comfortable! The skipper will take care of all the technical aspects of sailing, so all you need to do is sit back and relax.

If you would like to take charge of your boat charter in Italy, then bareboat charters are the way to go. Enjoy a bareboat charter if you have a license and set sail at your own pace. You need a valid boating license to enjoy a boat this way so check with the boat owner beforehand to see that your license is valid.

When is the best time to go?

Due to the unique shape of the country and its varied topography, the weather differs greatly from region to region. The best time to rent a boat in Italy is generally from May to September, with the high season being from mid-June to August. The months just before and after high season (May and September) offer a more comfortable climate, with fewer crowds and more affordable prices.

During the high season, temperatures are typically in the 70s and 80s, with the warmest months being July and August. In May and September, temperatures range from the 60s to 80s, offering a more pleasant climate for boating activities. It's important to note that temperatures can vary depending on the location and altitude, so it's best to check the specific weather forecast for your destination before planning your trip.

Good to know

Number of boats:7983 boats available
Types of boats:Motorboat, Sailboat, Without license
Average price:$610 per day
Minimum price:$50 per day
Maximum price:$14,700 per day
Manufacturers:Jeanneau, Marinello, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Italy

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Italy for a day?

The average cost of renting a boat in Italy is around $610 per day. Various factors can influence the cost of a boat charter, such as the season, the year the boat was built, and the equipment. The prices can vary between $50 and $14,700 per day.

Is it possible to rent a boat with skipper in Italy?

It is possible to rent a boat with skipper in Italy. On Click&Boat, there are 5 boats in Italy where a skipper is available. However, please note that this comes at an additional cost, which is on average $186 per day.

Can I add equipment like snorkel gear, SUP boards or a wakeboard to my boat rental in Italy?

Many owners offer various extras that you can add to your booking in Italy. This can be for example Bimini, Bridge shower or Bathing.

How many cabins does a boat have in Italy?

Boats in Italy have an average of 2 cabins. If you travel with a large group, you can book boats with up to 11 cabins.

Can you rent a boat in Italy without a license?

In Italy there are 5923 boats that you can rent without a license. You can also rent many boats with a skipper.

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