Rent a boat in Cancun at the best price

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+100 boats available

Wonderful Jeantot Marine catamaran in Cancun

Cancún
12
With captain

From $2,150 per day

Catamaran MacGregor 36 10.97m (2000)

Cancún
10
With captain

From $1,386 per day

Motor yacht Sea Ray 460 Sundancer 1000hp (2006)

Cancún
2
With captain
 1

From $1,382 per day

Motor yacht Silverton Fly Bridge 1000hp (2007)

Cancún
1
With captain

From $2,579 per day

Fantastic 42ft Sailboat - Cancun (2005)

Cancún
2
With captain

From $144 per day

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot 40 11.58m (2005)

Cancún
10
With captain

From $1,343 per day

Catamaran Wild Cat Wild Cat 350 12m (2000)

Cancún
8
With captain

From $1,075 per day

Motor yacht Sea Ray 420 Sundancer 1000hp (2000)

Cancún
1
With captain

From $1,113 per day

Motor yacht Sunseeker 50 Predator 1600hp (2009)

Cancún
2
With captain

From $15,354 per day

Catamaran Custom made Catamaran 46ft 14.6m (2008)

Cancún
40
With captain

From $2,429 per day

Catamaran Lagoon 500 15.54m (2009)

Cancún
10
With captain

From $4,020 per day

Motor yacht Sea Ray 410 Sundancer 1000hp (2001)

Cancún
1
With captain

From $9,212 per day

Luxury Yacht Sunseeker Portofino San Remo (2018)

Cancún
6
With captain

From $4,514 per day

Catamaran Leopard 45 14m (2020)

Cancún
3
With captain

From $4,687 per day

Catamaran Navyflex 50 15.24m (2012)

Cancún
8
With captain

From $3,025 per day

Motor yacht Sea Ray 2009 1500hp (2009)

Cancún
1
With captain

From $1,228 per day

Motor yacht Sundancer 2009 2000hp (2010)

Cancún
2
With captain

From $5,105 per day

Catamaran Lagoon 450 13.96m (2011)

Cancún
8
With captain

From $3,814 per day

Boat rental in Cancun

Cancun, Mexico is located on the Yucatan Peninsula bordering the Caribbean Sea. This iconic city is often referred to as the “Gateway to the Yucatan”, as it is usually the first stop for many tourists. Known as the perfect location for those who like to party but also for those who are looking to relax at one of the many luxury resorts in the area, Cancun is an amazing place to go on vacation. So whether you’re looking for a fun-filled vacation or more of a laidback one, Cancun has something for everyone!

White sandy beaches, vibrant nightlife, and culture are all synonymous with this Mexican city. To make your trip to Cancun even more special, consider planning a boat or yacht charter in Cancun. With Click&Boat, we have a large selection of options for a Cancun boat hire.

Where to sail in Cancun?

Cancun offers endless possibilities for people looking to explore the area by boat. With your boat rental in Cancun, you can sail along the Riviera Maya and then to Isla Mujeres, located just shy of Cancun. Playa Delfines is a great beach to visit and is one of the most popular ones in the area. To make your experience at this beach unique, why not take your private yacht out to this area and paddle your way to shore?

Along with paddleboarding, we highly recommend you do some of the following fun water activities:

  • Scuba dive
  • Snorkel
  • Jet Ski
  • Plan a group swim with sea rays

While in Cancun, take your boat charter to the next level by visiting neighboring islands:

  • Isla Mujeres – is one of the most famous and closest islands to Cancun. This island is great for snorkeling and exploring cliffs and archaeological ruins. Near the south of the island, you will find the Underwater Museum of Arter, where more than 440 sculptures are submerged in the Manchones exhibition area.
  • Isla Contoy – is located about 30 miles south of Cancun and has been barely touched by mankind. In fact, it is one of Mexico’s 67 protected National Parks and the most important bird sanctuary in the Mexican Caribbean.
  • Isla Cozumel – is the largest island in the Mexican Caribbean and the third largest in the country. The island is a cruise ship favorite and a well-known spot for divers; the reef walls on the island are known for being one of the best diving spots in the world. Make your trip intimate and unique by renting a boat in Cancun and sailing it out to Isla Cozumel.

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

The cost of boat rentals in Cancun fluctuates depending on several different factors. Some of these include the size, model, and type of boat, but also the duration of your yacht rental in Cancun, and the number of people in your party. If you choose to hire a captain and/or crew with your rental, this may come at an additional cost, along with the addition of extra amenities.

Here are examples of boat hire prices by boat type:

  • Luxury yacht: $2,107/day
  • Sailboat: $141/day
  • Catamaran: $790/day
  • Motorboat: $2,633/day

The harbors in Cancun

With 13 miles of coastline and a strong boating culture, there is no doubt that Cancun is home to many harbors and marinas. Before setting sail, it can be useful to find a few locations to dock your boat.

Here is a short list to get you started:

  • Marina V&V
  • Marina Hacienda del Mar
  • Puerto Aventuras Marina
  • Puerto de Abrigo
  • Cucumber Beach Marina

What can you see/do in Cancun?

Choosing what to see and do on your boat or luxury yacht charter in Cancun can be difficult! 

To help you narrow it down, here are a few things:

  • Go sinkhole hopping along the Ruta de Cenotes and go for a dip in the water or even some scuba diving! You can even go ziplining in Verde Lucero while there!
  • Take part in the ancient Mayan ceremony, Temazcal. A ritual to purify your mind, body, and soul.
  • Visit the Chichen Itza pyramids and the Temple of Kukulkan.
  • Go snorkeling in the underwater museum, Musa. While underwater, you’ll get to see over 500 manmade sculptures designed to encourage the growth and development of coral reefs and marine life.
  • Top your charter experience off with a visit to some of the best beaches in Cancun: Playa Delfines, Playa Tortugas, and Chac Mool beach.

Renting a boat with a skipper

With Click&Boat, you can easily rent boats with or without a skipper depending on your sailing qualifications and desired vacation style. Having a captain on board is a great way to ensure a relaxing vacation and a hands-off experience. With a local licensed captain, you’ll be able to discover and visit the island like a local.

For some rentals, a captain and crew may come at an additional cost depending on the size of the boat and the number of crew needed. Please contact the boat owner if you have any questions regarding the hiring of a captain.

What boat should I rent?

If you’re wondering what type of boat you should rent and are unsure where to start, you can ask yourself the following questions: how many people with be on the charter? What activities will I want to do? How long is my charter? Do I want a captain and/or crew on board?

Some boats are more optimal for certain activities than others. If you have sailing experience and like the challenge of navigating the water, a sailboat is a great way to get an authentic sailing experience. On the other hand, if you’re interested in a day rental to do water activities, you should rent a motorboat. They are a good choice for people who are short on time because they go fast and are typically hired by the day. Happy sailing!

When is the best time to go?

Cancun has great temperatures all year round! That being said, it does have a monsoon climate, meaning that certain months of the year can be full of rain. The best months to charter a boat in Cancun are from January to September. During this time, you’ll experience warm weather and minimal rain.

How much does it cost to rent Boat in Cancún?

The cost of Boat rentals in Cancún varies according to different factors, the average is about $2,167.00 per day, but it is possible to find boat rentals for $240.00 per day. Check with the owner of each vessel for details.

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In Cancún, privately owned boats are available for rental. See other boats in the area.

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Gerrit
3 déc. 2019
Generally a great sailing area all year around. Marinas are generally a little unorganized and power-supply is tricky most of the times. Marine Cartography is not the best once in shallow waters as sandbanks tend to move with the currents and storms. Be careful sailing by night as fishing-nets close tp shore have very improvised and almost invisible markings.