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Caribbean Yacht Charter- An Adventure Awaits

Indulge in the tropical bliss of the Caribbean Islands. With over 7,000 diverse and beautiful islands to discover, it’s no wonder why the Caribbean is one of the most visited holiday destinations in the world! With warm waters on average around 27°C (80°F), these pristine beaches are the perfect getaway to leave the cold behind during the winter and escape the crowds in the summer.

With only 2% of the islands actually inhabited, book a sailing trip in the Caribbean to island hop at your own pace. Whether it be sailing the turquoise waters of the Bahamas or snorkeling in the stunning archipelago of the British Virgin Islands, there’s a reason why the Caribbean is a world-class sailing destination.

How much does it cost to charter a yacht in the Caribbean?

The average cost for a yacht rental in the Caribbean depends on several factors. For example, the duration of the charter, the age/model of the boat, if it's high or low season, the number of guests that it may accommodate, as well as if there are additional services such as skipper and crew. Be sure to take all these factors into account when booking your boat rental!

  • You can rent a motorboat for $240 per day and the prices for a RIB hire in the Caribbean start at $195 per day for 6 guests.
  • If you rather sail, a sailboat rental may range from $345 per day to $2,200 per day. However, expect to pay on average $2,600 per week for about 4 people.
  • Catamaran charters are a great way to get around the Caribbean. Prices may range from $450 per day to $3,600 per day for about 8 people.
  • A luxury yacht charter (sailing yachts and motor yachts) in the Caribbean may cost up to $18,000 per day for 12 guests.

Where to sail in the Caribbean?

There are a lot of options when it comes to a Caribbean charter so first start by narrowing down your options by focusing on a specific island groups like: Leeward Islands ( US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, Guadeloupe, Saint Martin/St Maartens); Windward Islands (Martinique, St Lucia, the Grenadines, Grenada).

But Remember, no matter what island(s) you sail to, you are bound to fall in love with the small waterfront villages, secluded beaches, and hidden coves…

  • Cuba, home to Havana and its unique vintage charm. Sail around the island, enjoy the white powdery sands and get a feel for the Cuban way of life.
  • The Bahamas, the stunning islands that connect the United States to the rest of the Caribbean. From the Abacos Chain to Eleuthera and the Exumas, the numerous sand bars and glistening cays of unparalleled beauty are sights to see.
  • The British Virgin Islands, definitely one of the best places to sail in the world from consistent trade winds to its relatively short distances between islands, Tortola and the BVIs are a true sailor’s delight.
  • Grenada, from the beautiful bays of Grand Anse to the white sands of Morne Rouge Beach, this is a can’t miss destination for charter vacations.
  • Saint Vincent and The Grenadines, welcome to paradise. At the Tobago Cays snorkel around the amazing coral reef, swim with sea turtles and simply enjoy the beautiful waters.
  • Guadeloupe, might just be the world’s best kept boating secrets! Try diving by Pigeon Island or take some time to visit Jacque Cousteau Reserve.
  • And of course you can’t go wrong with some of the smaller islands... like dropping an anchor at South Friars Beach in St. Kitts, or cruising the coasts of Martinique.

What is there to see and do in the Caribbean?

The Caribbean region is a massive 2.75 million km sq., so there are plenty of things to see and do:

  • Explore ‘The Baths’ - the beach’s awe-inspiring granite boulders (BVI)
  • Dive at the ‘Dean’s Blue Hole,’ one of the deepest blue holes in the world (The Bahamas)
  • Discover the US Virgin Islands National Park and swim with the sea turtles in Maho Bay (USVI)
  • Visit the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin Natural Reserve (Guadeloupe)
  • Enjoy a day in the sun at Saint-Anne Beach and village (Martinique)
  • Sail to Salt Whistle Bay, one of the prettiest bays only accessible by boat (The Grenadines)
  • Walk around St. George’s, a colorful waterfront town (Grenada)

Can I rent a crewed yacht in the Caribbean?

Yes, with Click&Boat you can rent a boat in Caribbean with a skipper and/or crew. Forget the cruise ships, and set sail at a slower pace on board your own private boat with a crew.

Sit back and relax while the skipper and crew take care of everything from: docking and navigating to preparing meals on board! Let an experienced skipper show you all the best spots to explore, snorkel, swim, and relax. But remember, a crew usually comes at an additional cost to the rental that varies, depending on the number of crew members and the duration of the rental.

When is the Caribbean yacht charter season?

The Caribbean boat rental season tends to start mid-November and usually winds down in April. Yacht charters are always at their highest during the winter months, especially during the holiday season (December/January), when most people tend to come to the Caribbean to escape the cold weather.

Rent a boat in the Caribbean with Click&Boat

Whether you decide to rent with a professional or private owner, a boat charter in the Caribbean has never been so simple. Using Click&Boat, the world’s leading boat rental service, you can book your dream boat in just a few minutes!

With up-to-date prices and date availabilities, a messaging system between owners and renters, and an experienced team of advisors ready to help: we want to make your life easier!

Set sail on board private yachts, catamarans, sailboats, motorboats and RIBs whether they be bareboat rentals or with a skipper… and find the boat rental that will suit all your sailing needs and desires.

Good to know

Number of boats:20 boats available
Types of boats:Catamaran, Sailboat, Motor Yacht
Average price:$3,137 per day
Minimum price:$200 per day
Maximum price:$9,329 per day
Manufacturers:Marinello, Dufour, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Caribbean

What is the cost of renting a boat in the high season and the low season in Caribbean?

The average cost of renting a boat in Caribbean in the high season is around $320 per day, while in the low season it is around $267 per day.

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

It is possible to rent a boat with skipper in Caribbean. On Click&Boat, there are 5 boats in Caribbean where a skipper is available. However, please note that this comes at an additional cost, which is on average $180 per day.

What types of boats can I rent in Caribbean?

In Caribbean you can rent for example a Catamaran, Sailboat or even a Motor Yacht.

What are the most popular boat manufacturers in Caribbean?

The most popular boat manufacturers in Caribbean are Marinello and Dufour.

Can you rent a boat in Caribbean without a license?

In Caribbean there are 2 boats that you can rent without a license. You can also rent many boats with a skipper.

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