Rent a boat in Guadeloupe at the best price

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+100 boats available

Sailboat Bavaria Bavaria 51 15m (2000)

Guadeloupe
8
Without captain
 1 · Private

From $523 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN shine 38 12.5m (1987)

Gourbeyre
9
With captain
 2 · Private

From $301 per day

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Lavezzi 40 11.9m (2009)

Gourbeyre
12
With captain
 28 · Super owner

From $656 per day

Catamaran Lagoon43 Power 44 14.2m (2005)

Gourbeyre
4
With captain
 2

From $877 per day

Boat to visit the islands and the mangrove (2021)

Le Gosier
10
Without captain
 82 · Super owner

From $321 per day

Boat for Islands Les Saintes or the reserve Cousteau (2013)

Gourbeyre
7
Without captain
 25 · Super owner

From $310 per day

Semi rigid for the islands of the saints or the reserve cousteau (2018)

Basse Terre
10
Without captain
 25 · Super owner

From $288 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN LEGENDE 41 12.35m (1988)

Guadeloupe
4
With captain
 12 · Private

From $278 per day

Naviguez aux antilles! / Sail the carribean (1985)

Basse Terre
3
Without captain
Private

From $190 per day

Catamaran LAGOON 440 13.61m (2006)

Bouillante
6
With captain
Private

From $1,190 per day

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Mahe 36 10.95m (2008)

Guadeloupe
2
With captain
 · Private

From $212 per day

Motorboat BENETEAU Flyer 6.6 Spacedeck 175hp (2019)

Le Gosier
10
With or without a captain
 16 · Super owner

From $321 per day

Sun odyssey 54 DS (2007)

Guadeloupe
10
With or without a captain
 2 · Private · Super owner

From $556 per day

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Corneel 26 8m (1987)

Terre-de-Haut
7
With captain
 1 · Super owner

From $667 per day

Sailboat Beneteau 50 15.48m (2004)

Guadeloupe
8
With captain

From $667 per day

Sailboat Kelt Kelt 7.60 8m (1981)

Gourbeyre
4
With captain
Private

From $200 per day

Sailboat Bavaria 51 Cruiser 15.57m (2010)

Guadeloupe
10
With captain

From $730 per day

Catamaran Lagoon 380 12m (2008)

Guadeloupe
8
With captain
Private

From $477 per day

Boat rental in Guadeloupe with Click&Boat

This island, located in the West Indies 6,200 kilometres from the metropolis, is a dream destination for a boat hire with family or friends. Bordered by the Caribbean Sea, this group of paradisiacal islands and islets is perfectly situated to invite travellers from all over the globe yet. To discover its countless beauties, to go diving, kitesurfing or simply to enjoy good times with family and friends, we recommend that you rent a boat from a private or a professional boat owner via Click&Boat - the global leading boat rental platform.

Guadeloupe, composed of two islands (Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre), has many ports, a total of 9 ports and 4 marinas: the Bas-du-Fort Marina, Port de Saint-François, the Rivière Sens Marina and the Guadeloupe Port Caraïbes, where you can easily rent a boat.

If Guadeloupe has caught your attention, don't hesitate to take a look at the following destinations:

Three highlights of sailing in Guadeloupe:

  • A cruise in the sun at any time of the year
  • A trip that can be customised as you wish: from a grand tour to a day trip.
  • An invitation to indulge in the highly palatable cuisine of the West Indies

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

The price of boat rentals in Guadeloupe can vary depending on the type of boat, the model chosen, the duration of the cruise and whether you opt for a captained or bareboat rental, among other factors.

For a one-week cruise on a sailing yacht, you can expect to pay between $1,200/week and $5,000/week.

A week-long catamaran rental will cost between $2,500/week and $11,000/week on average. 

For a day trip on a dinghy or RIB, you will have to reckon with an average of $300/day to $600/day. 

Where to sail in Guadeloupe?

Guadeloupe offers a diversity of landscapes as beautiful as they are breathtaking. The Basse-Terre, the mountainous part of the island is invaded by a tropical forest and has many rivers and waterfalls. In Guadeloupe, it is preferable to rent a boat with a captain rather than explore on your own. Also volcanic in character, Basse-Terre has a still active 1,467-metre-high volcano (La Soufrière) which offers this land beautiful black and red sand beaches, just like the neighbouring volcanic islands (St Lucia, Dominica and Martinique). On board your boat, you will have access to an exceptional panorama of this part of the island. However, beware of the venturi effects (wind corridors) which can create real wind accelerations in certain places between the islands.

La Grande-Terre brings together the major resorts of Guadeloupe because it offers flatter reliefs. It consists mainly of plains, arid plateaus and rocky coasts. There are white sandy beaches protected by coral reefs on this island, such as Sainte-Anne, one of the best-known towns on Grande-Terre. The Grande Anse at Deshaies (to the north) is also one of these beaches that is a candidate for being the most beautiful on the Creole island.

Joining Grande-Terre with Basse-Terre, you'll also find the famous town of Pointe-à-Pitre, in the centre of Guadeloupe. When the weather is good, head inland and enjoy a good session of water sports in Morne-à-l'Eau. Impossible to leave the coast of the tropics? Sainte-Rose is well worth a visit. Everywhere in Guadeloupe you will find a sugar cane plantation or a very good distillery - you will master the ti-punch better than anyone else!

The most beautiful anchorages of Guadeloupe:

Terre-de-Bas: in Petite Terre, in Terre-de-Bas, the mountain forges the character of this atypical site. You will also find there the magnificent Deshaies garden, a real jewel of Guadeloupe.

Anse Canot: sail east to the south of Pointe-à-Pitre and you will find yourself surrounded by palm trees, incredible beaches with turquoise water? A real paradise!

Pain de Sucre: volcanic on the surface and magnetic underwater with its colourful seabed, Pain de Sucre is an exceptional anchorage.

Îlets Pigeon: this 5-star dive site will delight lovers of underwater fauna and flora, as well as the surrounding Pigeon National Park (formerly known as the Cousteau Marine Reserve).

When to sail in Guadeloupe?

The best time to sail in Guadeloupe is between December and April. The average outside temperature is 30°C and the water temperature varies between 27 and 32°C: a real on-board experience awaits you. This is also the time of year when the wind is most favourable and the sea is fairly calm.

Rent a boat in Guadeloupe with a captain

The Guadeloupe archipelago is an ideal sailing area for family cruises. To enjoy even more pleasant moments on the boat and breathtaking panoramas, you also have the possibility to rent a captained boat in Guadeloupe.

In addition to taking care of the manoeuvres, the captain will know how to be the ideal crew member. He will be able to pass on his passion for sailing and help you prepare your itinerary around the island of butterflies. You can also let the captain take care of the navigation and enjoy the view.

Which boat to rental in Guadeloupe?

Cruising the turquoise waters of Guadeloupe is a great idea, but what kind of boat? Finding the ideal boat for your cruise is not always easy. Here are a few tips to help you find the ideal boat for your sailing project. 

Ideal for day trips or water sports, renting a dinghy or semi-rigid boat, also known as a RIB, is a safe bet for thrill seekers. This type of boat will allow you to easily access small hidden coves inaccessible by sailboat or catamaran.

The sailboat is the best ally of sailors in search of exploration and sensations. We recommend renting a sailboat to explore the unknown corners of Guadeloupe. Are you going to stay on land?

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