Boat rental in Palermo

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+100 boats available

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 49I 15m (2008)

Palermo
8
Without captain
 6 · Super owner

From $399 per day

Special offer

Bavaria C45 with bowthruster (2019)

Palermo
8
With or without a captain
 1

From $384 per day

Motorboat BRUNO ABBATE G48 1430hp (2002)

Palermo
6
With captain
 12 · Private · Super owner

From $1,023 per day

Motorboat Trimarchi 57 40hp (2021)

Palermo
7
With or without a captain
 27 · Super owner

From $107 per day

ALTAMAREA WAVE 20, 40 CV (2021)

Palermo
8
Without captain
 51 · Super owner

From $140 per day

ALTAMAREA WAVE 20, 40 CV (2021)

Palermo
8
Without captain
 18 · Super owner

From $108 per day

Special offer

DUFOUR — 382 GRAND LARGE (2016)

Palermo
8
Without captain
 3 · Super owner

From $277 per day

Special offer

Sailboat BAVARIA CRUISER 40 11.99m (2013)

Palermo
6
Without captain
 1

From $265 per day

Special offer

Lagoon 42 (2019)

Palermo
12
With or without a captain
 1

From $615 per day

Special offer

Catamaran Bali 4.1 12.37m (2021)

Palermo
10
With or without a captain
 1

From $570 per day

Special offer

Sailboat BAVARIA 50 CRUISER 14.99m (2011)

Palermo
12
Without captain
 1

From $443 per day

Special offer

DUFOUR — 390 GRAND LARGE (2019)

Palermo
8
Without captain
 1 · Super owner

From $292 per day

Motorboat Trimarchi 57 40hp (2021)

Palermo
7
With or without a captain
 5 · Super owner

From $151 per day

Motorboat TRIMARCHI 57 40hp (2021)

Palermo
7
Without captain
 12 · Super owner

From $205 per day

Special offer

DUFOUR — 360 GL (2019)

Palermo
6
Without captain
 2 · Super owner

From $230 per day

Special offer

Sailboat Dufour Dufour 390 Grand Large 11.94m (2021)

Palermo
8
Without captain
 1

From $300 per day

Special offer

Sailboat DUFOUR 382 Grand Large 11.23m (2018)

Palermo
8
Without captain

From $319 per day

Special offer

DUFOUR — 460 GRAND LARGE (2016)

Palermo
10
Without captain
 2 · Super owner

From $416 per day

Boat rental in Palermo with Click&Boat

Palermo is the beautiful capital of Sicily, Italy. Much of the city’s written history dates back to the 9th century with the royal palace Palazzo dei Normanni and the Cappella Palatina. Palermo faces east on Sicily’s northwest coast. With so much history attached to this city, there are plenty of experiences to discover. The Palermo Cathedral, the Palentine Chapel, food markets, and Mount Pelligrino are just a few things to tick off your Palermo bucket list.

Because it’s in the Mediterranean, Palermo boasts some of the best boating and yachting in Europe. No boat? No problem. You can rent a boat in Palermo with Click&Boat! We have a variety of vessels ranging in size and purpose for cruising around Sicily.

Cost to rent a Boat in Palermo

Curious about the cost of renting a Boat in Palermo? While the cost may vary from boat to boat, it is possible to rent a Boat from $80.00 to $17,455.00 per day. But the average daily cost is $1,210.00.

The Sicilian capital

The city of Palermo is located in the Conca d'Oro, in ancient times renowned for its expanses of citrus groves. Above the plain, a number of peaks surround the city, such as Mount Pellegrino to the north. Three nature reserves are located close to the city, including Capo Gallo and Mondello. Palermo's climate is Mediterranean par excellence.

Things to do in Palermo

Palermo’s long history provides travelers with plenty of things to do. Travelers love to visit the beach, museums, markets, and get on the water with a Palermo boat rental. Here are some of the best things to do in Palermo, Italy:

  • Tour the Palermo Cathedral, which dates back to 1185. Many different empires have had a presence in Palermo, so the cathedral incorporates a melting pot of styles and architecture.
  • Visit the Palentine Chapel, a beautiful example of Byzantine architecture and artwork.
  • Check out Palazzo dei Normanni, one of the oldest standing palaces in Europe.
  • Travel underground to visit the catacombs, which contains over 8000 bodies.
  • Check out the views from the top of Mount Pelligrino!
  • Book a Palermo sailing tour with Click&Boat to discover the city from the water!

How much is a boat rental in Palermo?

Boating is a popular activity in the Mediterranean and there are many opportunities to get on the water with a Palermo boat rental. Depending on the type of experience you want to have, you can cruise around the Mediterranean on a speedy motorboat or participate in water sports such as parasailing, jet skiing, or tubing.

The price of a private boat rental in Palermo depends on the type of vessel, the size of the boat, the number of guests, location, and the time of year. Plus, with Click&Boat, you can add extras to your private boat charters such as a captain and crew or water toys.

  • A Palermo motorboat rental starts at $90/day and can cost up to $1,300/day for up to 12 guests.
  • The price for a sailboat rental in Palermo starts a $200/day and can cost up to $600/day.
  • Palermo rentals for RIBs start at $150/day and can cost up to $1,000/day, depending on the type of amenities you want onboard the tender.
  • The price of a catamaran charter in Palermo starts at $400/day and can cost up to $2,400/day for 10 guests.
  • A luxury yacht charter in Palermo averages about $3,000/day while hosting up to 12 guests.

Where can I boat in Palermo?

Anywhere you want! You have the beautiful Mediterannean at your fingertips! Because it’s such a popular yachting destination, there really is no limit on where to boat around Sicily. If you know you’re staying in Palermo, you may start your private boat rental at one of the local marinas. Be sure to ask about watersports as tubing or waterskiing!

Rent a boat with a captain in Palermo

As a tourist, renting a boat can be a lot more enjoyable with a captain at the helm — especially if you’re unfamiliar with the area and the boating laws. With a licensed captain, you can enjoy a tailor-made experience and cruise at your own pace. Take advantage of their local knowledge, as it’s a highly recommended way to enjoy a sailing experience in Palermo!

The sea and Palermo, an inseparable pair

Tourism flourishes in Palermo thanks to its favourable climate and rich cultural heritage. From 11 to 15 July, in honour of the city's patron saint, Saint Rosalia, the city is transformed for four consecutive days, culminating in a long procession followed by fireworks. And if you want to combine fun with sailing in Sicily, you can choose to rent a motorboat, dinghy, catamaran or sailing boat with Click&Boat, Europe's leading boat rental company.

The historical occupations and the jewels that remain 

Founded by the Phoenicians back in the 8th Century BC. The city has gone through many periods of history characterised by domination, first by the Vandals, then by the Byzantine Empire, and later by the Muslims, all of whom have left architectural traces in Palermo. Under Muslim rule, the city became a major economic centre of the Mediterranean, in terms of both trade and culture. The Normans added exceptional buildings to the city, while under Frederick II, the osmosis between Greek, Muslim and Latin cultures was maintained. In modern times, Palermo has been occupied by the Aragonese, the Austrians and the Bourbons. Under Spain, the city took on the colours of Baroque monuments. Depending on the historical period and occupation of the city, many buildings and remains from different eras can still be found, rendering the city somewhat eclectic and stratified. 

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Sanja
8 sep 2018
Make sure you find out which ports are the best and avoid busy Palermo. Some places that we loved were Mondello, Favignana, Cefalu, Scopello, San Vito di Capo. In terms of nature you must visit nature reserve Zingaro. Also make sure to see all the historical sites in Palermo and enjoy the food.
Carlo
13 aug 2018
Palermo it's my city. I am in love with her, despite all the bad advising that's flowing around the world is a very good place to live. Indeed a fantastic place to came on holidays or vacation. The city is fully surrounded by seaside place, bays and beach with an awesome sea. Walking in the city center is a cultural experience I'd love to everyone could try.