Rent a boat in Corsica at the best price

Add your dates
Rental type
With or without a skipper
0 - $1,350+
0 - 196+ ft
0 - 400+ hp
2004 - 2025
250 Max MI
+100 boats available
Special offer


With a skipper

From $955 per day

Special offer

BENETEAU Océanis 40.1 - Lima (2022)

Without a skipper

From $554 per day

RIB Capelli 630 (2021)

With or without a skipper

From $368 per day

RIB Capelli Capelli Tempest 700 Sun 225hp (2014)

With or without a skipper
 11  · Super owner

From $390 per day

Special offer

Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 46 14m (2023)

With or without a skipper
 1  · Super owner

From $940 per day


With a skipper

From $1,672 per day

Motorboat Cantieri Sarnico 43 (13,54m) 860hp (2002)

With a skipper
 3  · Private

From $1,338 per day

Motorboat Beneteau Flyer 650 Sd 140hp (2010)

With or without a skipper

From $446 per day

Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 331 10m (2001)

Without a skipper

From $159 per day

Sailboat Gilbert marine GIB SEA 8.5m (1987)

Without a skipper
 9  · Private

From $217 per day

RIB Zodiac Medline 2 C 115hp (2008)

Without a skipper
 48  · Private · Super owner

From $293 per day

Capelli Tempest 44 (2013)

With a skipper
 1  · Private · Super owner

From $2,224 per day

Catamaran Sunreef 82double deck 23.99m (2012)

With a skipper

From $7,168 per day

Catamaran LAGOON 440 13.61m (2006)

With a skipper

From $717 per day

Motorboat Jeanneau Cap Camarat 9.0 Cc 500hp (2023)

With or without a skipper
 22  · Super owner

From $892 per day

Motorboat Four Winns Day cruiser sundowner 225 275hp (2005)

Without a skipper
 3  · Private · Super owner

From $530 per day

Special offer

Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis 35.1 10.75m (2021)

With or without a skipper

From $408 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 43 13.2m (2001)

Without a skipper
 22  · Private

From $390 per day

Boat rental in Corsica with Click&Boat

The French island of Corsica attracts many sailors and travelers every year who come to admire the landscapes and the magical beauty of its beaches. Renting a boat in Corsica allows you to enjoy the island's beautiful location in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. With sandy coastlines, striking turquoise water, and rich history: it is certain that everyone can find their corner in this paradise!

By renting a boat in Corsica you can explore the island's many hidden coves and beaches that are only accessible by boat. Corsica's coastline is dotted with numerous bays that offer great swimming and snorkeling opportunities. By renting a boat, you can have your own private paradise and escape the crowds that often flock to the island's popular beaches. By sailboat, catamaran, speedboat, yacht, or RIB, see what Corsica has to offer from the water.

If renting a boat in Corsica sounds interesting to you, we suggest that you visit our favorite destinations:

Three highlights of Corsican sailing:

  • An island with a diversity of landscapes and a mild Mediterranean climate
  • A unique and strong culture that translates perfectly into sailing
  • A multitude of ports and sailing spots

What can you see and do in Corsica?

  • Hike the GR20 trail, one of Europe's most challenging long-distance hikes, through breathtaking landscapes.
  • Relax on picturesque beaches like Palombaggia, Rondinara, and Santa Giulia.
  • Explore the Calanques de Piana, a UNESCO World Heritage site, featuring dramatic rock formations and stunning sea views.
  • Dive or snorkel in the crystal-clear waters of the Scandola Nature Reserve to witness marine life and underwater caves.
  • Drive the winding roads of Cap Corse to admire the rugged coastline and quaint villages.
  • Go horseback riding through Corsica's lush interior and scenic coastal areas.
  • Take an adventure by canyoning in the island's rivers and gorges, such as the Restonica Valley.
  • Enjoy wine tasting at local vineyards producing Corsican wines like Patrimonio and Ajaccio.
  • Explore local markets, such as Ajaccio's Fesch Market or Bastia's Saint-Nicolas Market, for local produce and crafts.
  • Engage in water sports like windsurfing, kitesurfing, and sailing along Corsica's stunning coast.

When is the best time to go?

Corsica has a temperate climate, thanks to its strategic location in the Mediterranean Sea. The best sailing conditions in Corsica are between the beginning of May and the end of October.

If you're planning to visit the Isle of Beauty during the summer months, you'll be pleased to know that the water temperature typically remains at a comfortable 80°F in July and August. The air temperature is also warm, ranging from 75 to 82°F, making it perfect for sunbathing and swimming.

However, it's worth noting that the peak summer months can be busy, and tourists flock to the island during this time, which can lead to crowds and higher prices. To avoid this, consider visiting in late September when the tourist season begins to slow down, and you can enjoy a more relaxed and authentic experience of Corsica.

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

The average price of a motorboat in Corsica starts at around $170 per day. For a week-long cruise, this will cost around $600 for a sailboat and about $1,600 for a catamaran.

Keep an eye out for promotions offered by the owners. Although the rental of larger boats is often weekly, you can message the owners in Click&Boat to discuss the details.

The price of a yacht charter in Corsica varies according to the owners, the type and size of the boat, the chosen destination, the time of year, and more. Use our filters to find the ideal boat for your trip!

What boat should I rent?

Are you unsure of what type of boat to rent? Click&Boat will help you to find what you are looking for! There are ports and marinas all around the island with access to small islands and beaches. Depending on what experience you are looking to create, the best boat for you will vary.

Several boat types and models are available to create incredible experiences in Corsica. Choose between a motorboat, a RIB, a sailboat, or a catamaran to discover paradisal beaches, coves, and Italian-influenced villages.

For an extraordinary sailing trip and unrivaled comfort, choose a yacht rental in Corsica. Corsica offers endless locations for peaceful sailing, some of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Calanques de Piana and Scandola Nature Reserve have beautiful coves filled with diverse marine life and stunning rocky cliffs that you can admire from the water.

There's fun for everyone: from a day trip on a motorboat to a cruise around Corsica on a catamaran or a sailing trip through the Strait of Bonifacio to reach Sardinia. For the more adventurous, it is possible to rent a sailboat from Nice and make the crossing to Calvi. Alternatively, you can charter directly in Corsica to avoid the voyage from the mainland and save two to three days of your vacation.

Rent with or without a skipper

Do you not have sailing experience or simply want to enjoy your cruise without worries? If you wish to take control of your sailing vacation, you can opt for a bareboat charter. However, renting with a skipper will allow you to relax and fully enjoy your vacation. With a bit of luck, they will take you to their secret spots to avoid the summer horde of tourists in ways that only a local sailor would know how to do.

If you wish to climb aboard a multihull and don't have a sailing qualification and a license, check out our offers for catamaran rental in Corsica with a skipper. If you do choose a monohull, the personalized service will remain the same if you choose to rent a sailboat in Corsica with a skipper.

Where to sail to in Corsica

Chartering a yacht is a great option to discover the most beautiful places in Corsica. Here are some of the best cities and beaches to see during your sailing vacation in Corsica.

  • Calvi: This is one of the island's major tourist attractions. Stroll along the cafes and restaurants that embellish the quay. Just a stone's throw are the yachts and sailboats moored in the harbor, attracting tourists who come to admire the luxury yachts that make up the picturesque setting.
  • Bonifacio: Experience the unique beauty of Bonifacio, a town perched atop limestone cliffs. Sail into the natural harbor and explore the Old Town with its medieval architecture, charming squares, and stunning views. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the historic Citadel and take in the panoramic vistas of the Mediterranean waters.
  • The Lavezzi Islands: From Bonifacio in the south of the island, you can reach the Lavezzi Islands. The beaches are magnificent and the water is incredibly clear. Take the opportunity to also visit Cavallo Island, the largest island in the archipelago between Corsica and Sardinia.
  • Ajaccio and the Sanguinaires Islands: Ajaccio is the biggest city in Corsica and the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte. This area is easily accessible, as the Bonaparte Airport is only a 10-minute drive outside the city. After exploring the city and beaches, you can rent a boat to see the Sanguinaires Islands for hiking, swimming, and snorkeling.
  • Bastia: Explore the city of Bastia, where you can dock in the bustling port and immerse yourself in its rich history and culture. The Genoese influence is evident in the Old Town and the impressive Bastia Citadel. Enjoy a stroll through the colorful streets, savor local cuisine in waterfront restaurants, and experience the lively atmosphere of this coastal gem.

The harbors in Corsica

  • Old Port of Bastia: Bastia's bustling harbor serves as a vibrant entry point to Corsica, accommodating both ferries and yachts. The juxtaposition of the Genoese citadel against the glistening Mediterranean backdrop creates a beautiful view as you sail off. Within the charming Old Town, a blend of French and Italian influences can be found, adding to the harbor's unique allure.
  • Marina of Bonifacio: Nestled within the embrace of towering limestone cliffs, Bonifacio's marina offers a breathtaking and dramatic entrance. The narrow inlet leads to Old Town which appears to flow down the cliffs, providing views both from the sea and from the town above. The combination of maritime history and natural beauty makes Bonifacio's harbor a beautiful sight.
  • Calvi Marina: Calvi's serene harbor is framed by rolling hills, offering a tranquil haven for sailors and visitors alike. As you sail in, you can catch a glimpse of the historic Genoese fortress perched above the bay. With beaches, a waterfront promenade, and a blend of relaxation and activity, Calvi's harbor embodies the idyllic coastal experience.
  • Ajaccio Tino Rossi Marina: As the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte, Ajaccio is the perfect city to discover Corsica’s history and culture. The picturesque waterfront promenade, adorned with charming cafes and restaurants, invites leisurely strolls and relaxation. Expect a mix of old-world charm, good energy, and that Mediterranean allure that's just irresistible.

Good to know

Number of boats:1353 boats available
Types of boats:RIB, Motorboat, Sailboat
Average price:$540 per day
Minimum price:$50 per day
Maximum price:$13,929 per day
Manufacturers:Jeanneau, Beneteau, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Corsica

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

The average cost of renting a boat in Corsica is around $540 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 $13,929 per day.

How much does a skipper cost per day in Corsica?

The price of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Corsica, you can expect to pay an average of $288 per day for a skipper.

What is the average length of a boat in Corsica?

The average length of a boat in Corsica is 9 feet.

How many people can sleep on a boat in Corsica?

A boat in Corsica has on average 3 berths. You can find boats with up to 14 berths.

What are the most popular boat manufacturers in Corsica?

The most popular boat manufacturers in Corsica are Jeanneau and Beneteau.

Our client reviews
4.9 / 5
Score calculated based on 433041 reviews
See all reviews
11 sep 2017
the region is excellent. Better than Sardinia to visit the beautiful waters. one full day minimum on the water, if you can make it 2. there's so much beauty to see. we saw Lavezzi islands, bonifacio and this little place in between called, ile Piana. this last one was the most amazing place we had ever seen!