Rent a boat in Mexico at the best price

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+100 boats available

Catamaran FOUNTAINE PAJOT Motor Yacht 37 with A/C 11m (2018)

Lomas de Palmira
6
With or without a captain

From $430 per day

Custom Catamaran 34 - ISLA FE (2015)

Cabo San Lucas
18
With captain

From $694 per day

Motorboat Sea Ray SLX 400 900hp (2019)

Puerto Vallarta
8
With captain

From $2,921 per day

3 hours long private 46ft yacht cruise in Cabo San Lucas, including gourmet appetizers, free unlimited bar, snorkel equipment, towels and a paddleboard (2000)

Cabo San Lucas
4
With captain

From $2,549 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 449 13.75m (2018)

Lomas de Palmira
8
With or without a captain

From $609 per day

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 519 (2018)

Lomas de Palmira
11
With or without a captain

From $957 per day

Doral Mediterran 40 (2010)

Puerto Vallarta
2
With captain

From $2,656 per day

Catamaran LAGOON 450 F with watermaker & A/C - PLUS 13.96m (2018)

Lomas de Palmira
12
With or without a captain

From $679 per day

Custom Made 34 (2016)

Cabo San Lucas
12
With captain

From $206 per day

Luxury Yatch Sea-Ray Sedan Bridge 440 (2007)

Puerto Vallarta
12
With captain

From $3,824 per day

Motorboat Riviera Yacht 47ft. (2018)

Cabo San Lucas
14
With captain

From $5,209 per day

Sailboat Dufour Yachts 455 13.76m (2008)

Lomas de Palmira
8
Without captain

From $312 per day

Custom Catamaran 45 (2018)

Cabo San Lucas
25
With captain

From $3,612 per day

Catamaran Baja Catamaran 65ft 30.48m (2000)

Cabo San Lucas
200
With captain

From $14,096 per day

Custom Trimaran 42 (1997)

Cabo San Lucas
50
With captain

From $243 per day

Catamaran Bali - Catana Bali 5.4 16.8m (2020)

Lomas de Palmira
12
Without captain

From $1,467 per day

Catamaran Lagoon-Bénéteau Lagoon 380 - 4 cab. 11.55m (2013)

Lomas de Palmira
10
Without captain

From $604 per day

Catamaran Lagoon Catamarans Lagoon 42 O.V. with watermaker 12.8m (2017)

Lomas de Palmira
9
With or without a captain

From $705 per day

Rent a boat in beautiful Mexico

When visiting Mexico, there are two things you can be sure of. First, year-round sunshine and secondly, many activities to choose from. As a big country, Mexico offers visitors many different experiences due to its vast geographical location. For those who love the beach and water, this is a “go-to” country. Its picturesque beaches, the abundance of marine life, and ideal sailing conditions all make the trip to Mexico worth it. Boat rentals in Mexico are available everywhere, but it is easiest to pick one of the following areas to set sail in: the Gulf of Mexico, the Pacific Ocean, or the Gulf of California. 

Sailing Mexico! 

Gulf of Mexico:

Starting out as a small fishing village, today Cancun is known worldwide for its hospitality that hosts millions of visitors annually. With so much to do in Cancun, there is no wonder why so many chose to visit. Visitors can choose to visit the Maya Ruins, watch the migrating sea turtles in late May or even rent a boat and visit the world’s second largest reef in the world- The Great Maya Reef.  

Pacific Ocean:

On the Pacific coast of Mexico’s inland, find boat rentals in Mazatlan and take the opportunity to visit one of the biggest natural lighthouses in the world. It can be found in the Cerro Creston. And at the same time, visit the nearby sea caves; legend has it that there are pirate treasures yet to be found! Further south is the well-known coastal city of Puerto Vallarta. Walk on the cobblestones of the charming old town or along the boardwalk and marvel at the stunning view of the Pacific. Puerto Vallarta has been a favorite for sailors due to its favorable sailing conditions, bountifulness of marine life, and overall beautiful scenery all around. Continue south, and you will find Acapulco. Sail either on the Bay of Puerto Marqués and the Bay of Santa Lucia and admire the view of Acapulco backed by the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains.

Gulf of California:

The Gulf of California separates the Baja Californian Peninsula from Mexico’s mainland, and here you can choose to rent a boat in the famous seaports of Cabo San Lucas and La Paz. “Cabo” as many say, attracts many visitors due to its delicious coastal Mexican food, beach resorts, scuba diving sports, and marlin fishing. It is known as the “Striped Marlin Capital of the World,” so a perfect spot to rent a fishing charter for all fishing fanatics. Close by one can visit La Paz, which is the capital of Mexico’s Baja California Sur. Here, visit the seaside town of Loreto or enjoy snorkeling in the Sea of Cortez. It is considered one of the world’s richest bodies of water, with over 800 different species of fish.

Boat Rentals in Mexico:

Click&Boat offers boat rentals between individuals all over the Mexican coast. Depending on your experience, you can choose to charter a boat with or without a captain. Owners from the Click&boat platform are happy to accompany you on the boat and show you the best places in the area. Click&boat is here to make all your dreams come true.

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