Rent a sailboat in Marseille

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+100 sailboats available

Sailboat ARCHAMBAULT A40RC 12m (2008)

Marseille
8
Without captain
 61 · Super owner

From $362 per day

Sailboat BENETEAU OCEANIS 473 Clipper version 4 cabines 14.3m (2005)

Marseille
8
With or without a captain
 24 · Super owner

From $419 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 32.2 9.5m (2002)

Marseille
6
Without captain
 46 · Super owner

From $210 per day

SEA DAY ALL DAY ALL YEAR ! (2005)

Marseille
8
With captain
 37 · Super owner

From $257 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU sun odissey 33 10m (1993)

Marseille
6
Without captain
 61 · Super owner

From $229 per day

Sailboat Dufour 350 GL 10.2m (2017)

Marseille
6
Without captain
 16 · Super owner

From $224 per day

Sailboat DUFOUR 375 Grand large 11.2m (2011)

Marseille
8
Without captain
 34

From $266 per day

Sailboat PLASMOR SKELLIG 2.2 LOUGRE 5.5m (2013)

Marseille
2
With captain
 17

From $98 per day

Gibsea 26 (1977)

Marseille
4
With or without a captain
 25

From $168 per day

Dufour 375 Grand Large GP Camargue (2011)

Marseille
8
With or without a captain
 15 · Super owner

From $329 per day

Sailboat Dufour 27 8.23m (1976)

Marseille
4
With or without a captain
 19

From $196 per day

Sailboat Penryn Engineering Boatbuilding Nova 27 8.16m (1972)

Marseille
4
With captain
 18

From $127 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 39I 12m (2008)

Marseille
6
With captain
 28 · Super owner

From $286 per day

Sailboat LABOE 51 15.7m (1969)

Marseille
6
With captain
 26

From $980 per day

Sailboat BENETEAU FIRST405 12.4m (1990)

Marseille
7
With captain
 25

From $285 per day

Beneteau Oceanis 411 Clipper (2001)

Marseille
8
With captain
 50 · Super owner

From $280 per day

sailing cruise with captain Marseille-Frioul-Calanques (1987)

Marseille
6
With captain
 53 · Super owner

From $229 per day

Sailboat BENETEAU OCEANIS 361 CLIPPER 10.81m (2000)

Marseille
5
With captain
 32 · Super owner

From $210 per day

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Sailboat rental in Marseille with Click&Boat

We never tire of seeing a mainsail being raised, especially when we look out over the coves of Marseille, one of the most fascinating places in the Mediterranean. Renting a sailboat in Marseille is an experience any tourist travelling around the French Riviera should do without hesitation!

Morgiou, Sormiou, Port-Pin, En-Vau and the wonderful Blue Grotto. Sailing through France's natural treasures is a real pleasure for the eyes and the soul.

In addition, Marseille's geographical location makes it an excellent starting point for exploring the charming surroundings, such as the well-known pearls of Toulon, Hyères and the island of Porquerolles.

How much does it cost to rent a sailboat in Marseille?

To rent a sailboat in Marseille, the daily cost usually starts at just 100€, excluding the cost of the captain and fuel. However, keep in mind that, especially during high season, owners tend to accept mainly weekly rentals, so the cost can start at around 750€ per week.

However, prices are subject to change, depending on the period of the year or duration of the rental, the boatyard and year of construction of the boat, or even promotional periods applied by the owners themselves.

Are you ready to experience the most exciting holiday ever? Rent a sailboat in Marseille and let its many natural wonders show you some of the most impressive sights in the Mediterranean.

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Sailing holidays in Marseille: where to go?

Coves, islands and beaches: the perfect excuse to rent a sailboat in Marseille! Considered one of the best sailing areas in France, choosing Marseille as the starting port for your trip will be a great choice.

What are the best sailing routes in Marseille?

If you decide to leave the Old Port of the city, make the first stop at the nearby archipelago of Frioul. Four beautiful islands will appear before you, giving you views of sandy beaches, rocky valleys and small coves, beautifully framed by nature.

  • Calanques National Park. A spectacular succession of beautiful coves, wild nature and emerald sea awaits you here. Port-Miou, Port-Pin, Morgiou, Sugiton... You will not be able to resist the charm of the coves of Marseille. This protected and timeless area stretches along 20 km of coastline: a beautiful playground for sailors on call.
  • Marseille is also a good starting point for boat trips to the most beautiful destinations on the French Riviera. Sail to Hyères and the Golden Isles, Cannes and the Lérins Islands, or start a crossing to Corsica.
  • The islands of Marseille: Across from the old port is Ratonneau, a meeting place for locals or visitors looking for a getaway between tours. Connected to this island, Pomègues also offers an atypical setting with its steep paths and high cliffs.
  • During your holiday on board, we recommend a stop on Ile de Planier, to admire the view from its 70-metre-high lighthouse. The island of Riou is a beauty to be discovered! Here, where ecology reigns supreme, the biodiversity of this nature reserve will not fail to amaze you.
  • The coast continues eastwards with the peculiarities of the coastal towns of Saint-Tropez and Cannes, protagonists of the French Riviera's nightlife and meeting point for international artists.

Why rent a sailboat in Marseille with Click&Boat?

The easiest way to organize a holiday in France: rent a sailboat in Marseille with Click&Boat!

Dedicated expert advisors are available to advise you on the most suitable boat for your sailing project and to guide you through the booking stages. The website also gives you the opportunity to contact the owner of the boat you are interested in, free of charge, via an internal messaging system. In short, everything is ready for you to easily and safely organise an unforgettable trip!

Just enter the dates of collection and delivery of the boat and use the filters to set the budget, size, number of cabins and all the useful details to find the perfect model for your trip. Each listing is accompanied by the opinions of previous renters, useful to check previous experiences and start dreaming about the sailing holiday that awaits you.

Do you need more information about documents, payments and insurance? The "Help" section of the website is available at any time: all the answers you need are there.

What kind of boat is it possible to rent in Marseille?

Are you still looking for the boat model that best meets your needs? Here are the possibilities:

  • Renting a catamaran in Marseille is perfect for sailing projects with the family or a large group of friends. With an average capacity of up to 10/12 people, the catamaran is the ally of those looking for stable and safe sailing, as well as the possibility to get as close as possible to the bays along the coast.
  • RIBs and motorboats are suitable for day trips, so if you are looking for the perfect excuse to organise an original outing and add a touch of uniqueness to your holiday. It is also an ideal solution if you want to practice water sports such as wakeboarding, water skiing or fishing. Easy to manoeuvre, you can rent it even if you don't have a sailing qualification (licence).

How much does it cost to charter Sailboat in Marseille?

Chartering Sailboat in Marseille can cost from $9.00 per day for small boats and up to $6,100.00 for larger boats.
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Jessica
28 sept. 2018
One of the most beautiful places to be on the water! Words cannot describe the beauty! I now understand why it’s named Côte d’Azur—stunning blue sea! Highly recommend a boat day in Marseille!! Great restaurants too! Found the people to be very friendly and helpful too. Parking is a little congested though!
Victor
12 août 2017
So much to do around Marseille. Iles du Frioul, Cassis, La Ciotat, Les Calanques -- all wonderful! The scenery is incredible! The wind can change quickly from on day to the next. If the Mistral comes tearing through you might need to wait till it subsides. You will not be disappointed.
Janet
26 juin 2017
Go see the Calanques - amazing! Our family of 4 rented boat with skipper through Pierre, and it was a fabulous day. Saw a lot of amazing sights, and just enjoyed a day of swimming and lounging around. The old port of Marseille was something to see, but also get out along the coast towards Cassis - really should not miss the Calanques (we even went cliffjumping near Cassis - a highlight of our trip).
Erik
3 mai 2017
We visited the charming harbour of Cassis, this stop is a must if you are in the area. We also tied up to mooring balls in a calanques port-miou. This is a very well protected bay right next to Cassis with mooring balls. Please note most calanques are non-anchoring zones so this is one of the few ones you can actually stop in. We also went to la Ciotat, which is an industrial harbour but offer some nice bars and restaurants.