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Rental Motorboat Sardonic 960 Sarandë
Sarandë
5.0
 (5)

ONE DAY CRUISES (2001)

25
With a skipper

From $844 per day

Rental Motorboat Axopar 37 Himarë
Himarë
New

Axopar 37 (2024)

8
1
With a skipper

From $3,037 per day

Rental Motor yacht Ferretti 60 Vlorë
Vlorë
New

Ferreti 60 | Yacht Albania (1998)

10
6
With a skipper

From $3,262 per day

Rental Motor yacht Aicon 52 Vlorë
Vlorë
New

YACHT CHARTER IN VLORA BAY: YOUR GATEWAY TO LUXURY AND ADVENTURE (2007)

10
4
With a skipper

From $2,973 per day

Rental Gulet BODRUM GULET Durrës
Durrës
4.7
 (2)

Gulet BODRUM GULET 20.00m (1983)

6
8
With a skipper

From $1,447 per day

Rental Gulet GULET GULET Sarandë
Sarandë

Gulet GULET GULET 22.00m (2005)

15
12
With a skipper

From $3,374 per day

Rental Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Belize 43 Sarandë
Sarandë
5.0
 (7)

Ionian Sea Catararan Sailing (2000)

8
6
With a skipper

From $591 per day

Rental Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 42 Porto Palermo
Porto Palermo

Lagoon 42 (2019)

10
8
With a skipper

From $1,968 per day

Rental Sailboat Bavaria Bavaria 44 Himarë
Himarë

Bavaria 44 (2002)

8
8
With a skipper

From $844 per day

Rental RIB Bwa Eight Fifty 8.50 Vlorë
Vlorë

First Wave - Bwa Eighty Fifty 8.5 (2008)

25
With a skipper

From $1,069 per day

Rental Motorboat Aicon Aicon 56 Himarë
Himarë

AICON 56 (2007)

10
6
With a skipper

From $2,418 per day

Rental Motorboat Cranchi Atlantique 48 Himarë
Himarë
0.0
 (1)

Cranchi Atlantique 48 (2005)

10
6
With a skipper

From $1,940 per day

Rental Motor yacht Cantieri Liguri Ghibli 22 Vlorë
Vlorë

Ghibli 22 (1999)

10
8
With a skipper

From $3,937 per day

Rental Motor yacht Mazarin Mazarin 72 Sarandë
Sarandë

MAZARIN 72 (2008)

10
8
With a skipper

From $6,187 per day

Rental Gulet Gulet 24 Vlorë
Vlorë
New

Gulet 24 | Yacht Albania (1990)

12
8
With a skipper

From $1,687 per day

Rental Motorboat Fiart Mare Fiart 47 Himarë
Himarë
New

Fiart Mare Fiart 47 (2022)

8
6
With a skipper

From $4,387 per day

Rental Motorboat Hellenic Naval Construction Speedboat Himarë
Himarë

Himara watertaxi (2014)

8
With a skipper

From $450 per day

Rental Motor yacht Cranchi Atlantique 48 Vlorë
Vlorë
New

Cranchi Atlantique 48 | Yacht Albania (2005)

10
6
With a skipper

From $2,362 per day

Boat Rental in Albanian

Albania, located in the heart of the Mediterranean, is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. Its coastline stretches over 280 miles and boasts crystal-clear waters, secluded beaches, and stunning landscapes that can only be experienced by sea. Chartering a yacht in Albania is an excellent way to explore this beautiful country and all it has to offer. With Click&Boat, you can choose from a wide range of yachts and catamarans to sail along the Albanian Riviera and discover secluded bays, ancient ruins, and charming coastal towns. Whether you're looking for an adventurous trip or a relaxing getaway, Albania has something for everyone. With a rich culture and history, delicious cuisine, and warm hospitality, Albania is quickly becoming a top destination for yacht charters in the Mediterranean. So why not take the opportunity to discover this hidden gem and embark on a journey of a lifetime with Click&Boat?


How much does it cost?

If you’re considering renting a boat in Albania, 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 Albania by boat type.

Sailboat: Set sail in style for just $836 per day.

Motorboat: Enjoy a smooth ride on the waves for $1,755 per day.

RIB: Zoom along the coast on a RIB for only $315 per day.

Gulet: Experience the ultimate luxury for $1,855 per day.

Yacht: Sail like a VIP on a yacht for $2,870 per day or $20,090 per week.

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.

Best ports and docks to keep your boat

Saranda Port - located on the southern coast of Albania, Saranda is a popular destination for yacht charters. The port offers 100 berths for boats of various sizes and can accommodate boats up to 60 feet in length. The port provides access to electricity, water, and fuel, as well as restaurants and grocery stores nearby. Saranda also offers WiFi access for boaters who need to stay connected while on their journey.

Vlora Port - situated on the central coast of Albania, Vlora is a great place to stop for those looking to explore the nearby beaches and historic sites. There are 60 berths available in Vlora Port, which can accommodate boats up to 80 feet in length. The port offers access to electricity, water, and fuel, as well as a variety of restaurants and grocery stores within walking distance. WiFi is also available for boaters.

Durres Port- a bustling hub for yacht charters in Albania, the port in Durres has a total of 407 berths, with space for boats up to 80 feet in length. Renters who visit can have access to electricity, water, fuel, and 24/7 security. The marina also provides free WiFi, laundry facilities, and showers for boaters. With a range of restaurants, bars, and historic sites nearby, Durres is a convenient and practical stop for those exploring the Albanian coast by sea.

What can you see and do in Albania?

Walking tour in Tirana: Tirana is the vibrant capital city of Albania and a walking tour is a great way to get a feel for its rich history and culture. Start at Skanderbeg Square, the heart of the city, and visit the National History Museum to learn more about Albania's fascinating past.

Ksamil and the Albanian Riviera: If you're looking for beautiful beaches, the Albanian Riviera is the place to go. Ksamil, located near the Greek border, is a particular highlight with its crystal-clear waters and white sand beaches. The beaches are also dotted with beach bars and restaurants, offering plenty of opportunities for relaxation and fun. For those who want to stay active, kayaking and paddleboarding are popular activities.

Try the local cuisine: Albania has a rich culinary heritage and trying local cuisine is a must-do activity. Zgaras, or Albanian grills, are a popular spot to sample traditional dishes like chicken kebabs, qoftes (local meatballs), grilled peppers, and delicious salads. For a true taste of local life, visit a traditional market like the historic Pazari i Ri in Tirana, where you can find fresh produce, meats, cheeses, and other local specialties.

Visit Berat: Berat is a beautiful city known as the "city of 1,000 windows" due to its many Ottoman-style houses overlooking the Osum River. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to a number of historic landmarks, including the 13th-century Berat Castle and the Ethnographic Museum. You can also wander through the old bazaar and sample local sweets like baklava or try raki, a traditional Albanian brandy.

Hike the Dajti Mountains: The Dajti National Park is located just outside Tirana and offers stunning views of the city and surrounding mountains. There are plenty of hiking trails to explore, ranging from easy walks to more challenging hikes. You can also take the Dajti Ekspres cable car to the top of Mount Dajti for panoramic views and a meal at the mountaintop restaurant.

Where to sail in Albania

Ksamil: This small coastal village is known for its clear turquoise waters and beautiful beaches. The calm waters make it perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Ksamil is also a great starting point for boat tours to nearby islands such as Butrint and Corfu.

Himara: Himara is a popular destination for water sports such as windsurfing and kitesurfing. The beaches are less crowded than other parts of the Albanian coast and the water is crystal clear. The nearby Llogara National Park offers hiking trails with stunning views of the coast.

Saranda: Saranda is a bustling coastal city with a lively waterfront. From here, you can take boat trips to the nearby Ksamil Islands or the Greek island of Corfu. The Blue Eye, a natural spring with vibrant blue water, is also a popular spot for swimming and diving.

Vlore: Vlore is a historic city located on the Adriatic coast of Albania. The city's beaches are popular for swimming, kayaking, and paddleboarding. The Karaburun-Sazan National Marine Park is also located nearby, where you can go diving and snorkeling to see colorful marine life.

Rent with or without a skipper

Many of our boat charters in Albania 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 Albania, 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 of year to rent a boat in Albania?

The best time to visit Albania and rent a boat is during the summer months of June to September when the weather is warm and sunny, and the sea is calm, making it ideal for boating and water activities. July and August are the high-season months when prices tend to be higher, and the beaches and tourist sites can be crowded. During this time, the average temperatures are in the 80's°F, while at night, it drops into the 60's°F. 

For a quieter and more affordable experience, consider visiting during the low-season months of October to May when the weather is cooler, and the sea can be rough, but you'll have more opportunities to explore Albania's cities and cultural sites without the crowds. During this time, the average temperature during the day is in the 60's°F, while at night, it drops into the 40's°F. Keep in mind that temperatures can vary depending on the location and elevation, so it's always a good idea to check the weather forecast before your trip.


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