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Rental Motorboat Striker Striker Playa Flamingo
Playa Flamingo

Lupo Blue (1975)

Super owner
With a skipper

From $2,250 per day

Rental Motorboat Proline DF300AP Culebra

Pretty Vane 32 Ft (2012)

With a skipper

From $2,175 per day

Rental Motor yacht Viking Princes 2000/2022 Playa Panama
Playa Panama


Without a skipper

From $6,861 per day

Rental Motor yacht Robertson and Caine Leopard Power Yacht Playa Flamingo
Playa Flamingo

The Premier Yacht Charter in Flamingo, Costa Rica (2014)

With a skipper

From $5,849 per day

Rental Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Athena 38 Tamarindo

Private Catamaran Sailing tour All-Inclusive ,Tamarindo CR (1995)

With a skipper

From $1,195 per day

Rental Catamaran Lagoon 2012 Playa Flamingo
Playa Flamingo

Sailing experience in Playa Flamingo (2012)

With a skipper

From $642 per day

Rental Sailboat Surfari del Mar Morgan 72 clásico Guanacaste

The Best private Sailing Tour (1972)

With a skipper

From $675 per day

Rental Sailboat Catalina 22 La Fortuna
La Fortuna

Sailboat Catalina 22 7.00m (1990)

With or without a skipper

From $225 per day

Rental Motorboat Stamas Tarpon 25 Playa Flamingo
Playa Flamingo

Stamas Tarpon (2015)

With a skipper

From $1,192 per day

Rental Motorboat Yamaha FL150BET Coco

Fish II 26Ft (2004)

With a skipper

From $1,060 per day

Rental Motor yacht Azimut 105-foot Azimut Jumbo yacht Guanacaste

Azimut 105 feet (2010)

With a skipper

From $7,902 per day

Rental Motor yacht Azimut Bennetti Coco

Azimut 104 Ft Jumbo (2007)

Without a skipper

From $20,022 per day

Rental Catamaran Caribbean Beach Limon

Catamaran for a day (2019)

With a skipper

From $675 per day

Rental Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Helia 44 Guanacaste

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Helia 44 13.40m (2014)

With a skipper

From $6,805 per day

Rental Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis430 Playa Flamingo
Playa Flamingo

Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis430 13.00m (1989)

With a skipper

From $1,350 per day

Rental Motorboat Mako 233 Punta Arenas
Punta Arenas

Motorboat Mako 233 250hp (1989)

With a skipper

From $585 per day

Rental Motorboat Ocean Master 34ft Guanacaste

Fisherman 34Ft (1998)

With a skipper

From $1,353 per day

Rental Motor yacht Sea Ray Sundance 500 Playa Panama
Playa Panama

Great yachting experience in Costa Rica (2000)

With a skipper

From $3,262 per day

Boat rental in Costa Rica with Click&Boat

Costa Rica is a renowned travel destination that captivates visitors with its stunning natural beauty and vibrant culture. Nestled in Central America, Costa Rica offers a rich tapestry of lush rainforests, breathtaking coastlines, and diverse wildlife. With its pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters, it's no wonder that Costa Rica has become a sought-after location for travelers seeking unforgettable experiences. Whether you're an adventure enthusiast, a nature lover, or simply seeking relaxation, Costa Rica has it all.

If you're looking to embark on a sailing vacation, Costa Rica is a perfect choice. Its idyllic coastal waters provide an ideal playground for boating enthusiasts. Costa Rica offers a wide range of boating experiences, catering to both seasoned sailors and beginners. From tranquil sunset cruises to exhilarating fishing charters, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

At Click&Boat, we understand the importance of finding the perfect boat to enhance your charter experience in Costa Rica. Whether you're an experienced sailor or new to boating, our user-friendly platform makes it easy to find your ideal boat. Choose from a variety of options, including private boats and motor yachts, and embark on full-day charters or customized itineraries. With Click&Boat, you'll have the freedom to explore secluded beaches and hidden gems along the Costa Rican coastline!

Where to sail in Costa Rica

When you rent a boat in Costa Rica, you will find a host of interesting places to sail. One of the most popular is Tamarindo, an area with beautiful beaches and water, along with plenty of charters and private Costa Rica boat rentals that set sail from the area.

You may also want to spend some time sailing around the Gulf of Nicoya, which is considered by many to be one of the most impressive locations in all of Central America. There are many towns in the area from which you can set sail. This area is also great for those who love to fish.

Playas del Coco in Guanacaste is another place to go sailing in Costa Rica. It’s perfect for snorkeling or just relaxing and enjoying the water from the deck of the boat.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Costa Rica?

A Costa Rica yacht charter will vary substantially in price based on a host of factors. Do you need to have a skipper and a crew on the boat with you? If you do, then it will likely end up costing more for your Costa Rica boat rentals than if you were to pilot the boat on your own. Are you looking for a large boat or a small boat just to get out on the water for a couple of hours? Are you going to be living on a boat in Costa Rica for your entire vacation? That’s going to cost more.

Below are some examples of how much it can cost for different types of boat rentals in Costa Rica.

  • Catamarans from $1,157 per day.
  • Fishing tour boat from $1,900 per day.
  • Motorboat from $1,470 per day.
  • Sailboat charter from $3,840 per day.

These are just some examples. The type of boat, size, and owner can all make a difference in how the Costa Rica boat rentals will be.

The Harbors in Costa Rica

You will find a range of options for boat rental in Costa Rica. There are large and small marinas in many of the towns and resort destinations across the country.

Some of the options that you may want to consider include:

  • Banana Bay Marina in Golfito
  • Los Suenos Resort and Marina in Playa Herradura
  • Golfito Marina Village in Golfito
  • Marina Pez Vala in Provincia de Puntarenas
  • Fish Hook Marina & Lodge

Through the marinas and harbors in Costa Rica, you will be able to find just about any type of boat to rent.

What can you see/do in Costa Rica?

Although you may want to spend quite a bit of time out on the water while you are in Costa Rica, the country has a host of other fun activities that you and those traveling with you can enjoy. From the beaches to the jungles and everything in between, there is plenty for you to love.

Here are a few ideas:

  • Explore the Nicoya Peninsula.
  • Head to Arenal Volcano.
  • Check out Corcovado National Park.
  • Visit Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve.
  • Experience the La Paz Waterfall Gardens.

These are just some of the many wonderful things you can see and do when you are in Costa Rica.

Renting a boat with or without a skipper

With a boat rental, you have the option of either renting with a skipper and/or crew onboard or going on a bareboat charter.

If you're looking for a more relaxed vacation where you don't have to worry about navigation or managing the boat, then renting with a skipper is probably your best bet. Skippers are knowledgeable about the area and can help you find the best spots to anchor, go swimming, or explore ashore. Plus, they'll take care of all the sailing, so you can just sit back and enjoy the ride.

On the other hand, if you're looking for a more adventurous vacation where you can be in full control, then a bareboat charter might be more up your alley. With a bareboat charter, you'll be responsible for navigation and managing the boat, but this can be a great way to see Costa Rica from a different perspective. You'll have the freedom to explore wherever you want and create your own itinerary.

What boat should I rent?

This is a big question that you can only answer once you know what type of fun and interesting adventure you want to have out on the water. If you are looking to experience the sea, and the beauty of the coast, and just want to relax, you might find that having a sailboat crewed by other people is the ideal choice.

Maybe you are looking for a place where you can bunk with your friends out on the water rather than staying in one of the towns or cities. Getting a large yacht would be a great option. Of course, you might also just want to have a fishing excursion. A fishing charter would then be the ideal boat rental in Costa Rica.

When is the best time to go?

The best time to visit Costa Rica for a sailing vacation is between December and April. The average temperatures during this time are in the mid-80s, which makes for comfortable sailing conditions. The trade winds blow steadily during this time of year, making it ideal for beginners and experienced sailors alike.

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