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Rental Motorboat Timaul Bravo 38’ Santa Marta
Santa Marta

Timaul - Bravo 38’ (2013)

With a skipper

From $830 per day

Rental Motorboat Harris FloteBote Boats Grand Mariner SEL 230 Santa Marta
Santa Marta

Motorboat Harris FloteBote Boats Grand Mariner SEL 230 150hp (2015)

With a skipper

From $1,211 per day

Rental Sailboat velero velero Santa Marta
Santa Marta

Sailboat velero velero 55.00m (2002)

With a skipper

From $1,010 per day

Rental Sailboat Shannon 1978 Santa Marta
Santa Marta

Sailboat Shannon 1978 12.00m (1978)

With a skipper

From $400 per day

Rental Motorboat Firpol 2012 Santa Marta
Santa Marta

Motorboat Firpol 2012 400hp (2012)

With a skipper

From $505 per day

Rental Motorboat Todomar 2012 Santa Marta
Santa Marta

Motorboat Todomar 2012 230hp (2012)

With a skipper

From $437 per day

Rental Sailboat custom 36 Santa Marta
Santa Marta

Sailboat custom 36 12.00m (1984)

With a skipper

From $681 per day

Rental Motorboat Todoomar 39a Santa Marta
Santa Marta

Motorboat Todoomar 39a 300hp (2018)

With a skipper

From $650 per day

Rental Motorboat Yamaha 242 Limited S Barranquilla

Motorboat Yamaha 242 Limited S 300hp (2019)

With a skipper

From $610 per day

Boat rental in Santa Marta with Click&Boat

Welcome to Santa Marta, the perfect destination for your next sailing vacation! Nestled on Colombia's stunning Caribbean coast, Santa Marta is known for its breathtaking beauty and vibrant culture. With its crystal-clear turquoise waters, picturesque beaches, and lush tropical landscapes, Santa Marta offers an idyllic setting for a memorable boat rental experience. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or a first-time adventurer, Santa Marta has something for everyone.

Why choose Santa Marta for your sailing vacation? Well, besides its natural beauty, this charming city offers a wealth of opportunities for nautical enthusiasts. With its year-round warm weather and consistent trade winds, Santa Marta provides ideal conditions for smooth sailing. You can embark on thrilling adventures, explore hidden coves, and discover remote islands along the coast. From relaxing cruises to exciting water sports like scuba diving and snorkeling, Santa Marta has it all! It's the perfect place to unwind, soak up the sun, and create unforgettable memories on the open sea.

When it comes to finding the ideal yacht in Santa Marta, Click&Boat is your go-to platform. Click&Boat connects boat owners with eager travelers, offering a wide range of charter options to suit every taste and budget. Whether you're looking for a luxury yacht charter, a cozy sailboat, or a spacious catamaran, Click&Boat has you covered. With Click&Boat, you can easily browse through a variety of charter boats, compare prices, and book your dream boat rental with just a few clicks. Get ready to relax and enjoy the ultimate charter experience in Santa Marta with Click&Boat by your side!

Where to sail to in Santa Marta

Santa Marta is your gateway to a world of stunning destinations along the Colombian Caribbean coast. Here are some of the best places to sail to from Santa Marta:

  • Tayrona National Natural Park: Just a short sail away from Santa Marta, Tayrona National Natural Park is a paradise for nature lovers. With its pristine beaches, lush rainforests, and diverse marine life, it's a must-visit destination. Drop anchor in one of the secluded bays, take a dip in the crystal-clear waters, or hike through the park's trails to discover hidden treasures.
  • Taganga: This quaint fishing village is a popular spot for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts. Hop on your charter boat and head to Taganga to explore its vibrant coral reefs and encounter colorful marine species. You can also indulge in freshly caught seafood at one of the local restaurants or simply relax on the picturesque beach.
  • Rosario Islands: If you're seeking a tropical paradise, set sail to the Rosario Islands. These pristine islands boast white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, and abundant marine life. Snorkel among coral reefs, enjoy water sports, or simply unwind on the deck of your boat while taking in the breathtaking views.
  • Isla de San Andres: For those looking to venture a bit farther, Isla de San Andres is a tropical gem worth exploring. This Colombian island paradise is famous for its coral reefs, making it an excellent spot for diving and snorkeling. Relax on the powdery white beaches, explore the vibrant town, and immerse yourself in the island's unique culture.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Santa Marta?

The price of renting a boat in Santa Marta will vary from boat to boat. The type of boat, time of year, extra amenities, and more can affect the price. On average, it costs $270 to $390 per day for a motorboat that can host 12 to 16 guests. However, for a luxury yacht charter, this may cost $800 or more per day for 22 guests.

There may also be additional fees not included in the rental price, such as for fuel or mooring. You can contact the boat owner directly through our messaging system to ask about the details of the price.

When is the best time to go?

Santa Marta enjoys a tropical climate, with warm temperatures throughout the year. However, it's important to consider the rainy and dry seasons when deciding on the ideal time for your sailing vacation. The dry season, which runs from December to April, offers the most favorable weather conditions with lower chances of rain and calm seas. This period is perfect for those seeking sunny skies, gentle breezes, and smooth sailing. It's also an excellent time for water activities such as snorkeling and diving, as visibility tends to be at its best.

If you don't mind a bit of rain and prefer a quieter atmosphere, the shoulder seasons of May to June and November can be a great option. During these months, the weather is still pleasant, although occasional showers may occur. The advantage of visiting during the shoulder seasons is that there will be fewer tourists, allowing you to enjoy the beauty of Santa Marta and its surrounding destinations in a more peaceful and intimate setting. Plus, you may be able to find more affordable boat rental options during these times!

What can you see/do in Santa Marta?

  • Explore the historic center of Santa Marta, featuring colonial architecture, vibrant markets, and charming streets.
  • Visit the stunning beaches of Santa Marta, such as Playa Blanca and Rodadero Beach, where you can relax on the soft sand and swim in crystal-clear waters.
  • Take a boat tour to admire the majestic Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, the world's highest coastal mountain range.
  • Embark on a scuba diving or snorkeling adventure to discover the vibrant underwater world of the Caribbean Sea.
  • Hike through the enchanting trails of the nearby Tayrona National Natural Park, home to breathtaking landscapes, exotic wildlife, and secluded beaches.
  • Experience the unique culture of the indigenous communities in the region, such as the Kogi and Wiwa tribes.
  • Indulge in delicious Colombian cuisine, including fresh seafood, tropical fruits, and traditional dishes like arepas and bandeja paisa.
  • Visit the Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino, the historic hacienda where Simón Bolívar, the liberator of several South American countries, spent his final days.
  • Explore the Minca coffee region, located in the nearby mountains, and take part in coffee plantation tours and tastings.
  • Enjoy a vibrant nightlife in Santa Marta with its lively bars, clubs, and salsa dancing venues.

Rent a boat near Santa Marta

In Santa Marta, privately owned boats are available for rental. See other boats in the area.

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