Rent a boat in Corfu

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Bavaria - Bavaria 40 Cruiser | 6 people (12m)

Corfu
6
With or without a skipper
 1  · Super owner

From $367 per day

Bavaria - Bavaria 51 style | 10 people (15m)

Corfu
10
With or without a skipper
 1  · Super owner

From $581 per day

- Excess 11 | 10 people (12m)

Corfu
10
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From $367 per day

Special offer

- Lagoon 46 | 12 people (13m)

Corfu
12
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From $813 per day

Nireus - 550 | 8 people (5.5m)

Corfu
8
With or without a skipper
 15  · Super owner

From $190 per day

Nireus - 550 | 4 people (5.5m)

Corfu
4
With or without a skipper
 25  · Super owner

From $167 per day

Beneteau - Cyclades 50.5 | 12 people (15.24m)

Corfu
12
With or without a skipper

From $557 per day

DUFOUR - Dufour 530 | 12 people (16.35m)

Corfu
9
With or without a skipper

From $565 per day

Lagoon - 38 | 10 people (12m)

Corfu
4
With a skipper

From $1,338 per day

Special offer

- Lagoon 450 Flybridge | 12 people (13m)

Corfu
12
Without a skipper

From $765 per day

PROLINE - 23 Ope Sport | 7 people (7m)

Corfu
7
With a skipper
 1

From $1,394 per day

Gaia - 220 OPEN | 10 people (7m)

Corfu
10
With a skipper
 25  · Super owner

From $557 per day

Bavaria - Cruiser 45 | 9 people (14.27m)

Corfu
8
With or without a skipper
 3  · Super owner

From $398 per day

Special offer

Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey 49i Performance | 10 people (15m)

Corfu
6
With a skipper
Super owner

From $876 per day

Lagoon - Lagoon 40 | 12 people (12.3m)

Corfu
12
With or without a skipper
 3

From $510 per day

Beneteau - Oceanis 37 | 8 people (11.48m)

Corfu
7
With or without a skipper

From $207 per day

Special offer

Beneteau - Oceanis 55 | 12 people (16.78m)

Corfu
12
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From $557 per day

- Sun Odyssey 410 | 8 people (12.35m)

Corfu
8
With or without a skipper
 1

From $462 per day

Boat rentals in Corfu, Greece

You can do a Corfu boat rental with or without a skipper on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats, catamarans, motorboats and more in Corfu and/or in the world. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats. 

Why rent a boat in Corfu?

Corfu is a wonderful Greek holiday island located in the north of the Ionian Sea. It is a large island of 600 km2 and has many inhabitants which means it is one of the most densely populated areas in Greece. It is near the Greek mainland and is, therefore, a very green island, with many trees that reach all the way to the sea. With its many picturesque villages, green vegetation and forests, it is the perfect destination and you won't regret it if you rent a boat in Corfu.

How much does a boat rental in Corfu cost? 

There are many different factors that can affect the price of a boat rental in Corfu.  A few of these factors include the size and model of the boat, the season, the duration of your trip and the type of boat.  If you want to rent a skippered Corfu boat charter, this will also usually cost more.  Below is a list of prices according to boat type: 

Licence Free Boats 

In high season: 

$150/day | $780/week 

In low season: 

$130/day | $700/week 

Catamarans 

In high season: 

$12350/week 

In low season: 

$6650/week 

Gulets 

$12250/week 

RIBs 

In high season: 

$600/day | $4200/week 

In low season: 

$550/day | $3850/week 

Motorboats 

In high season: 

$650/day | $3500/week 

In low season: 

$570/day | $3200/week 

Sailing Boats 

In high season: 

$6804/week 

In low season: 

$3740/week 

Is it possible to charter a boat in Corfu with or without a skipper? 

Yes, it is possible to rent a boat in Corfu either with or without a skipper. However, to book a bareboat charter, you must make sure that you have the appropriate boating licence. If in doubt, check with the boat owner before booking to ensure no nasty surprises when you get there. 

A skippered boat charter is perfect for people who want to relax during their nautical adventure, without having to worry about the technicalities of sailing the boat. On the other hand, if you’re looking for a trip that’s full of adventure and spontaneity, you should book up a bareboat charter and take your Corfu boat hire wherever you please, stopping off whenever you want. 

It will usually cost at least $190 per day for a skipper. 

What to do in Corfu?

Kerkyra (Corfu town) is the capital of this beautiful island and has a rich history. You can spend hours wandering around and shopping in the city centre, where you will find many narrow streets and old Venetian buildings. 
We recommend that you go to the fortress of Corfu town which overlooks the beautiful Ionian sea. You can take your boat to the fort at the Yacht Club of Corfu or to the old fishing port, both within walking distance of the old centre. Sailing holidays in Corfu will leave you amazed with the beautiful beaches this Ionian Island has to offer!
Corfu has many places of interest. On the southeast side of the island, you can find a small fishing town and the port of Petriti. Here the fishermen sail out every night, except at full moon, just before sunset. At the harbour, you can find different fish taverns where delicious fresh fish is prepared. 
A great beach you are sure to love is Agios Georgios! This is an ideal beach for families with its golden sand and endless fun for children! This endless beach is a natural oasis with beautiful cypress trees that grow along the bay. 
On the west coast of Corfu, you will find the beautiful seaside town of Paleokastritsa. With its countless bays with rocky outcrops, pebble beaches, azure blue sea and its green surroundings, you really can't skip this place. On the peninsula of this beautiful town, you will find the old monastery. Note that the sea off the coast of Paleokastritsa can get a little rough in the afternoon. 
A Corfu town boat rental near you is a great idea if you want to move to different Greek islands this summer! Discover Kefalonia, Zakynthos and Lefkada as well as other smaller secluded islands! Just imagine the white sand beaches, turquoise waters and the water sports you can enjoy!
Zakynthos has wonderful beaches and a lively nightlife to go along with it! This is a great place to visit for all ages, especially anyone looking for some fun! The most famous spot is Navagio, a gorgeous bay with exotic blue water and a rusty shipwreck on shore!
Kefalonia has gotten more popular over the years after the movie Captain Corelli’s Mandolin! This beautiful area is famous for its exotic waters and green landscape. This is a great place for both couples and families. Check out Myrtos beach, Antisamos, Makrigialos and Lourdas beaches
Whether you are looking for a sandy beach, a small fishing village to discover, or a hidden cove for some privacy- Corfu and its surrounding islands have it all! Rent a boat near you and don’t miss out this summer! 
You can also hire a boat in Greece’s other islands with Nautal- Paros, Santorini and more. It is no secret that Greece has some of the best beaches in the world!

Which are the most popular ports in Corfu?

When you rent a boat in Corfu, Gouvia Marina is the departure and arrival port. The marina is only a 20-minute drive from the airport and is fully equipped. It’s also highly recommended to visit the mainland, Paxos, Antipaxos and Parga when you rent a yacht in Corfu. 

How is the weather in Corfu?

The climate on Corfu is fairly mild. The hottest months are from June to September, with the maximum temperature rising to around 35 degrees. At night the temperature almost never drops below 20 degrees. In May the seawater is still fresh and the island is in full bloom, making it a great time to discover Corfu! 
In July and August, the temperature of the seawater rises with high temperatures of 26 degrees, especially on the east coast. The west coast is usually around 23 degrees. In September and October, the temperatures are still very pleasant and you can still swim.

How to get to Corfu?

There are many possibilities to reach Corfu. You can fly directly to the island by plane, but you can also fly to Preveza or Ioannina and make the crossing by boat from Igoumenitsa. However, the island can also be easily reached by car and boat from Italy. 

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

A boat charter will vary based on the boat and the type of charter experience you wish to create. The time of year, type of boat, length of rental, and more will affect the price.

It is possible to find a boat that is $130 per day in the low season without a skipper. In general, you can expect to pay $150 to $650 per day. Hiring a skipper or choosing a yacht charter with more amenities will increase the price.

There may be additional fees not included in the final rental price, such as fuel or skipper fees. You can reach out to the boat owner through Nautal to ask about the price details.

When is the best time to go?

The best time for sailing enthusiasts is during the warm and sunny months of late spring, summer, and early fall. From May to September, Corfu enjoys pleasant temperatures, ranging from 70°F to 90°F, creating the ideal climate for sailing.

During this period, the winds are generally mild, providing perfect conditions for smooth sailing and enjoyable voyages. The sea temperatures are also comfortably warm, ranging from 70°F to 80°F. Corfu's sailing season is in full swing during the summer months, attracting sailing enthusiasts from all corners of the globe.

Where to sail to in Corfu

Corfu offers so many beautiful destinations to discover during your sailing adventure. From hidden coves and secluded beaches to charming coastal towns and historic landmarks, there is something for everyone. Here are some of the best places to sail to in Coru:

  • Paleokastritsa: This picturesque village has stunning turquoise waters, dramatic cliffs, and beautiful caves waiting to be explored. Anchor your boat and take a dip in the crystal-clear sea, or explore the underwater world while snorkeling or scuba diving.
  • Kassiopi: Located on the northeastern coast of Corfu, Kassiopi is a fishing village with a rich history. Wander through its narrow streets, visit the ancient fortress, and enjoy the local tavernas serving fresh seafood.
  • Paxos and Antipaxos: These two small islands are a short sail away from Corfu and offer a tranquil retreat from the bustling mainland. Discover sandy beaches with azure waters, visit the famous Blue Caves, and indulge in the relaxed island lifestyle.
  • Old Town of Corfu: Dock your boat in the bustling marina and step into the Old Town of Corfu. Lose yourself in its narrow alleyways, admire Venetian architecture, visit historical landmarks like the Old Fortress, and indulge in the local cuisine at charming tavernas.
  • Sivota: Venture south of Corfu to the charming village of Sivota. Enjoy the natural beauty of its secluded bays and explore the nearby islands. Sivota offers a peaceful atmosphere and the chance to unwind in a tranquil setting.
  • Erikoussa, Mathraki, and Othonoi: These three small islands, collectively known as the Diapontian Islands, offer beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and an escape from the crowds.

Rent with or without a skipper

With Nautal, you have the option to rent your Corfu boat with or without a skipper. If you're an experienced sailor and have the necessary certifications, renting a boat without a skipper gives you more freedom. It's a chance to showcase your sailing skills and create unforgettable memories of being the master of your own nautical adventure.

On the other hand, if you prefer to sit back, relax, and leave navigation in the hands of a professional, renting a boat with a skipper is the perfect choice for you. Our experienced skippers are not only skilled sailors but also knowledgeable guides who know the hidden treasures and secret spots of Corfu. They can take you to the most breathtaking locations, share fascinating stories about the island, and provide valuable insights that only a local expert can offer.

What can you see and do in Corfu?

  • Explore the Old Town of Corfu - Wander through the narrow streets of the UNESCO-listed Old Town, visit historical sites like the Old Fortress, admire the architecture, and shop for local crafts and souvenirs.
  • Visit Achilleion Palace - Step into the grandeur of Achilleion Palace, a stunning neoclassical mansion with beautiful gardens.
  • Relax on Corfu's beaches -Spend a day on one of Corfu's beautiful beaches, such as Glyfada, Sidari, or Paleokastritsa.
  • Discover Kerkira vineyards - Visit the vineyards in the countryside and indulge in wine tastings.
  • Visit Angelokastro - Explore the medieval fortress of Angelokastro, perched high on a cliff with breathtaking views.
  • Experience Corfiot cuisine - Try local dishes like pastitsada (beef or rooster with pasta) and sofrito (veal cooked in a white wine sauce), accompanied by a glass of kumquat liqueur.

Good to know

Boats available :462 boats available
Popular types of boats:Catamaran, Sailboat, Motorboat
Skipper:$183 per day
Low season price:$462 per day
High season price:$554 per day
Brands:Beneteau, Jeanneau, and more

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In Corfu, privately owned boats are available for charter. See other boats located in the area.

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Josh
9 wrz 2019
Definitely visit Paxos and Anti Paxos- those were our highlights! Kalami Bay was also great... we didn’t make it to the north or west side of Corfu but everything we passed was beautiful. The town’s are all quaint with lovely villages and restaurants and there’s so much to see and do... highly reccomend!