Rent a boat in Puerto Rico at the best price

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Year of manufacture
2002 - 2023
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19 boats available

Boston Whaler Outrage 270 (2003)

Cabo Rojo
6
With captain

From $744 per day

ProKat (2002)

Fajardo
6
With captain

From $717 per day

Luxurious - Tiara 4000 Express (2000)

Fajardo
2
With captain

From $2,430 per day

Beautiful Azimut (2006)

Fajardo
4
With or without a captain

From $5,843 per day

Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 42 12.8m (2020)

Fajardo
8
Without captain

From $1,048 per day

Catamaran LAGOON LAGOON 450 F 13.96m (2017)

Fajardo
8
With captain

From $1,007 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 440 14.05m (2019)

Fajardo
6
Without captain

From $642 per day

Princess V58 (2008)

Fajardo
12
With captain

From $4,355 per day

Sea Ray Sundancer 60' Luxury Yacht (2015)

Fajardo
8
With captain

From $5,312 per day

Motor yacht Azimut Azimut 58 (2013)

Fajardo
12
With captain

From $3,718 per day

Motor yacht Leopard Cantieri (2000)

Fajardo
3
With captain

From $4,727 per day

Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 42 12.8m (2022)

Fajardo
6
Without captain

From $862 per day

Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 46 14m (2021)

Fajardo
8
Without captain

From $1,486 per day

Contender 30 (2015)

Fajardo
5
With captain

From $1,806 per day

Motorboat Grady White Canyon 350hp (2004)

Fajardo
6
With captain

From $797 per day

Luxury private yacht 40 feet (2015)

Fajardo
6
With captain

From $1,912 per day

Motorboat Boston Whaler 42

Fajardo
8
With captain

From $4,249 per day

Viking 52 (2015)

Fajardo
8
With captain

From $4,759 per day

Boat rental in Puerto Rico

Boat rentals in Puerto Rico, United States are the best way to get to know the ins and outs of this breathtaking Caribbean island. Known for its tropical weather and its 300-mile-long coastline lined with white sand beaches and clear blue waters, Puerto Rico is the place to go if you’re looking for a fun and relaxing tropical holiday. From the comfort of your luxury yacht charter in Puerto Rico, you’ll be able to enjoy the dozens of incredible bays, three of which are bioluminescent bays.

Puerto Rico offers an extraordinary concentration of culture, excellent gastronomy, rich history, and so much more! For American residents, it is an easily accessible tropical destination. With Click&Boat, plan your next charter experience to Puerto Rico and discover the island of enchantment.

Where to sail in Puerto Rico?

Puerto Rico is a premium sailing destination in the Caribbean. Its proximity to the United States makes it a perfect weekend getaway for those shorter holidays when you don’t want to go too far from home. And for those who go for longer, you’ll have the opportunity not only to explore the main island and its surrounding smaller islands but also the neighboring islands like the U.S. Virgin Islands or even the Dominican Republic.

With a boat rental in Puerto Rico:

  • Explore the famous Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve on the east of the island, part of which is the Laguna Grande, a lagoon of incredible natural beauty, and a picturesque Hispanic lighthouse.
  • If you charter a boat or yacht in Puerto Rico you’ll be able to admire from out on the water the old Spanish forts of San Juan, such as the Castillo San Felipe del Morro and its promontory whose cannons protected the island from invaders coming in from the sea and ocean, or Castle of San Cristóbal, the largest fort built in America by the Spaniards.
  • You can also visit nearby Vieques, part of the Spanish Virgin Islands and home to a bioluminescent bay, known as Mosquito Bay, where the waters take an unusual green color. During your visit to the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge, you may come across wild horses, an unusual sight in this part of the world, and the Fuerte de Vieques Spanish fort. Those who rent a boat in Puerto Rico might also have the chance to explore the tiny island of Culebra, famous for its Flamenco and Tamarindo beaches, both ideal for a swim in their turquoise waters.
  • Off the northern coast of Puerto Rico is Icacos Key, a gorgeous island that is part of the Cayos de la Cordillera Natural Reserve. Enjoy its white sand beaches and perfect snorkeling conditions. From here, sail back just a short 5 miles back to Puerto Rico.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Puerto Rico?

The cost of boat/yacht rentals in Puerto Rico can vary depending on different factors such as the type, size, and model of the boat. If you choose to add extra amenities such as fishing gear or water toys, this can come at an additional cost. The duration of your boat rental, whether you decide on a day trip or a week-long charter, will also dictate the final cost of your rental.

A good practice before requesting a boat rental is to contact the boat owner for any questions you may have or additional information.

Here are some examples of rental prices by boat type:

  • Motorboat: $4,220/day
  • Catamaran: $742/day
  • Luxury private yacht: $1,909/day

The harbors in Puerto Rico

Vacationers who rent a boat in Puerto Rico can dock at many different places.

Some of the most notable and well-located marinas and harbors in the area are:

  • Puerto Del Rey Marina, one of the biggest marinas in the Caribbean, is located in a natural bay where your boat will be safe from tropical storms and hurricanes.
  • In the island's capital, San Juan, you can anchor in the Club Náutico de San Juan, a traditional marina with a splendid view of Old San Juan. It is located on the Isleta de San Juan, this is the oldest Hispanic settlement on the island and a masterpiece of colonial architecture, famous for its picturesque colored houses.
  • Marina Salinas is the perfect place to start or end your boat charter at. It is located near a natural mangrove barrier and its facilities have been recently renovated, making them top-notch.

What can you see/do in Puerto Rico?

Puerto Rico is a true paradise island. With over 300 beaches, unique bays, incredible rum-tasting opportunities, and so much more, you are sure to find an abundance of things to do during your time on the island.

Some fun things to do and places to visit are:

  • San Juan – stroll along the cobblestoned streets of the island’s capital city, and visit the fort of San Felipe or the promenades of La Princesa or El Morro. Make sure to pass by el Viejo San Juan to visit the Castillo de San Cristóbal, the Plaza Colón, and the Plaza de Armas.
  • Boquerón Beach – take your Puerto Rico boat rental to this beach and enjoy a festive and young atmosphere in the area.
  • Balneario La Monserrate Luquillo Beach – swim in the calm crystal waters of this famous beach.
  • Crash Boat – if you love diving, you must head here! Diving is especially exceptional around the bridge! From here, you can also see Desecho Island.
  • El Yunque – is one of the most biodiverse forests in Puerto Rico and is amazing for morning hikes.
  • Ponce – is known as the pearl of the south, this beautiful colonial city mixes architectural styles and its art museum is of international stature.
  • Fajardo, Puerto Rico – depart from this hub for recreational boating and take your catamaran charter out to the few islets in the area.
  • Toro Verde Orocovis – in this park you will find the longest zip line in the world! You can also roam around the jungle on several suspension bridges.

Renting a boat with a skipper

With Click&Boat, you can plan both bareboat charters and skippered charters. Hiring a captain and/or crew for your boat charter is simple on our platform. 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 vessel 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?

From day trips spent fishing to week-long luxury yacht charters, you’re sure to find the boat that fits your boating vacation dreams with Click&Boat! If you’re looking for a day charter, we recommend renting a motorboat or a sailing yacht. Motorboats are great for those looking to take part in water sports or fishing. If you’re looking for a longer charter or a more relaxing experience, a catamaran yacht is always the way to go! Half-day rentals are also possible with Click&Boat!

When is the best time to go?

The best time to visit Puerto Rico is from mid-April to June, straight after the winter season and before the rainy season begins. Wintertime in Puerto Rico offers great weather but also tends to be crowded with people trying to escape the cold. Fall on the Island is hurricane season, so do keep this in mind when planning your boat charter.

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