Madeira is a dream destination in the Atlantic and a great holiday spot to experience all that Portugal has to offer in one place. On Madeira, the main island of the autonomous region, you will find the cleanest city in Europe: Funchal, offering delicious custard tarts and breathtaking views, wherever you are. Only 57 km long and 22 km wide, the island is a national treasure of culture, cuisine, fauna and flora. The extraordinary and extremely varied nature of this island makes each of its visitors an explorer.
How about visiting the whole island by boat? Get on board with Click&Boat and let's go! Hire a boat on this fascinating island and don't just discover Madeira by land, but take a different perspective and experience this island by sea!How much does it cost to rent a boat in Madeira?
You can charter a boat for a day in Madeira for an average of €1100 per day. The average price for a weekly boat rental is €1950.
Due to the volcanic origin of the island, Madeira offers a surprisingly varied landscape with high peaks of up to 1,862 m and spectacular coastlines. The north of the island is characterised by relatively frequent rainfall and flourishing vegetation, with the south being much drier and sunnier. This diversity, combined with a very stable climate that is neither extremely hot nor very cold all year round, offers the best conditions for your boating holiday!
Hire a boat in the capital Funchal and discover the island by sea! Funchal is an incredibly pleasant, small town with good restaurants, culture and nature. From the island, you can also go to Madeira's two islands, Porto Santo and Islas Desertas. The journey to both islands is quite long and must be planned carefully and according to the weather. Alternatively, you can book an experienced captain with your boat, so you can sit back and relax and simply enjoy the beautiful crossing.
Porto Santo has a great endless beach and a nice marina where you can moor safely. The island is quite small and attracts many tourists mainly because of the beautiful beach. With your boat, you would have the option of staying overnight and thus experiencing the island without so many tourists.
For the more adventurous, a visit to the Desertas Islands is a must. The islands are not inhabited, but offer wonderful conditions to anchor for a few days. There is a breathtaking underwater world, which you must explore equipped with snorkels and fins.
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