Rent a boat in Indonesia

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Type of boat charter
With or without a skipper
0 - $1,350+
0 - 196+ ft
0 - 400+ hp
2004 - 2025
600 Max MI
20 boats available

Custom Speed boat - 2x200 Hp Yamaha | 10 people (11m)

With a skipper
 12  · Super owner

From $1,005 per day

Rizzardi - Top Line 50 | 13 people (16.2m)

With a skipper

From $4,602 per day

wooden boat - Saling Boat | 12 people (28m)

Labuan Bajo
With a skipper

From $1,515 per day

MY Moon Phinisi - Phinisi | 22 people (26m)

Labuan Bajo
With a skipper

From $2,033 per day

Nyaman Catamaran 4 Persons-Nusa Lembonga & Penida - Catamaran | 4 people (9.75m)

With a skipper

From $2,401 per day

Nyaman Catamaran 3 Persons-Nusa Lembongan & Penida - Catamaran | 3 people (10.06m)

With a skipper

From $2,136 per day

Mutiara Prasana - 35 | 24 people (43m)

Labuan Bajo
With a skipper

From $6,530 per day

Aicon - Flybridge | 12 people (17.5m)

With a skipper

From $2,935 per day

Komodo Boat Charter - Wooden Boat | 12 people (22m)

Batu Cermin
With a skipper

From $1,954 per day

Scubaspa Zen - Phinisi - Indonesian Traditional Luxury Vessel | 18 people (47.85m)

With a skipper

From $13,062 per day

Phinisi - Medium | 10 people (24m)

Labuan Bajo
With a skipper

From $957 per day

Iron wood - Phinisi | 7 people (22m)

West Manggarai Regency
With a skipper

From $311 per day

Nyaman Catamaran 2 Persons-Nusa Lembongan & Penida - Catamaran | 2 people (10.06m)

With a skipper

From $1,987 per day

Custom Built - Rhino | 11 people (12m)

Denpasar Selatan
With a skipper

From $1,663 per day

Traditional Phinisi - Phinisi | 12 people (21m)

Labuan Bajo
With a skipper

From $1,340 per day

Wooden Traditional Phinisi - Phinisi | 12 people (30m)

West Manggarai Regency
Without a skipper

From $2,568 per day

Haruku - 72 | 27 people (22m)

Denpasar Selatan
With a skipper

From $4,622 per day

Yamaha - Wooden Boat | 16 people (28m)

Labuan Bajo
With a skipper

From $1,158 per day

Boat Indonesia

How much does it cost?

If you’re considering renting a boat in Indonesia, the price will differ depending on the time of year, the number of passengers on board, and the size and type of boat you choose. Of course, additional amenities or services could also affect the price, such as having a skipper on board. Below are the average prices of a private charter in Indonesia by boat type.

Sailboat: Set sail in style for just $2,240 per day.

Motorboat: Enjoy a smooth ride on the waves for $3,180 per day.

Gulet: Experience the ultimate luxury for $5,450 per day.

Yacht: Sail like a VIP on a yacht for $3,275 per day or $22,925 per week.

Catamaran: Explore Indonesia’s waters in comfort for $2,215 per day.

What does this include?

When you rent a boat with Nautal, you can expect a fully equipped vessel with all the necessary safety gear, navigation equipment, and amenities to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable sailing experience. Our boats are well-maintained and regularly serviced to ensure the highest standards of safety and reliability.

Best port or dock to keep your boat

Benoa Harbor, Bali: A bustling port offering water, gas, and electricity services to visiting boats and yachts. The harbor provides WiFi connectivity, a variety of restaurants serving local and international cuisine, and rental equipment for water activities. It has multiple berths to accommodate boats up to 100 feet in size.

Marina Ancol, Jakarta: Located in the capital, is a modern marina equipped with water, gas, and electricity facilities for visiting vessels. WiFi is available for marina guests, and there's an array of restaurants serving delicious dishes. The marina offers rental equipment for water sports and has ample berths capable of accommodating boats up to 80 feet.

Teluk Lamong Port, Surabaya: A major commercial and recreational port with water, gas, and electricity amenities for boats and yachts. While WiFi connectivity might be limited, the port area features a few restaurants offering local delicacies. Rental equipment for water activities is available, and the port has multiple berths suitable for boats up to 120 feet

Sunda Kelapa Port, Jakarta: An iconic historical port in Jakarta, offers water, gas, and electricity amenities for boats and yachts. WiFi availability might be limited, but the port's location provides access to various restaurants serving local delights. Rental equipment for water activities can be arranged, and the port has berths to accommodate boats up to 90 feet.

Where to sail in Indonesia?

  • Komodo National Park, Flores: Sail to this UNESCO World Heritage Site to witness the prehistoric Komodo dragons and snorkel in crystal-clear waters among vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life.
  • Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua: A diver's paradise with breathtaking limestone islands, blue lagoons, and a diversity of marine species beneath the surface.
  • Gili Islands, Lombok: Experience the perfect blend of laid-back vibes and underwater wonders, where sea turtles and colorful fish swim within stunning coral gardens.
  • Banda Islands, Maluku: Dive into rich sea history, encounter rare marine species, and explore volcanic islands rising dramatically from the sea.
  • Togian Islands, Central Sulawesi: Escape the crowds and immerse yourself in a secluded anchorage with lush jungles and an underwater world featuring ancient shipwrecks.
  • Anambas Islands, Riau Islands: Sail to an untouched island chain, boasting white-sand beaches, vibrant coral reefs, and excellent visibility for divers.
  • Wayag Islands, Raja Ampat: Adventure into remote and fantastic limestone islands with hidden lagoons, pristine beaches, and great snorkeling spots.

What can you see and do in Indonesia?

  • Borobudur Temple, Java: Marvel at the ancient and majestic Borobudur, the world's largest Buddhist temple, adorned with intricate carvings and captivating sunrise views.
  • Ubud, Bali: Immerse yourself in Bali's cultural heart, where vibrant art markets, traditional dance performances, and lush rice terraces await.
  • Orangutan Sanctuary, Borneo: Encounter these gentle primates in their natural habitat, contributing to conservation efforts in the heart of Borneo's rainforests.
  • Mount Bromo, East Java: Witness the breathtaking sunrise over the otherworldly landscape of Mount Bromo, an active volcano surrounded by a sea of sand and ethereal mist.
  • Uluwatu Temple, Bali: Experience a spiritual journey at Uluwatu, a clifftop temple offering mesmerizing ocean views and traditional Kecak dance performances.
  • Komodo Island, Flores: Embark on an expedition to see the legendary Komodo dragons, the world's largest lizards, in their wild and rugged habitat.
  • Lake Toba, Sumatra: Explore the picturesque Lake Toba, a vast volcanic crater lake, surrounded by charming Batak villages and fertile landscapes.

Rent a boat with or without a skipper

Many of our boat charters in Indonesia come with the option of sailing with a skipper and/or crew. Although this may come at an extra cost, having a skipper on board can, no doubt, provide you with an even more enjoyable experience! Your skipper can adapt the sailing route so that your voyage best suits the desires of you and the rest of your party.

Additionally, setting sail with a skipper will make your voyage even more comfortable! The skipper will take care of all the technical aspects of sailing, so all you need to do is sit back and relax.

If you would like to take charge of your boat charter in Indonesia, then bareboat charters are the way to go. Enjoy a bareboat charter if you have a license and set sail at your own pace. You need a valid boating license to enjoy a boat this way so check with the boat owner beforehand to see that your license is valid.

When is the best time of year to rent a boat?

During the high season, which spans from July to September, Indonesia enjoys warm and sunny weather, with average temperatures in the mid-80s to low 90s °F. This makes it the perfect time to enjoy boat rentals and explore the stunning coastlines of Indonesia, indulging in various water activities and soaking up the tropical sunshine.

In the months just outside of the high season, specifically April to June and October, average temperatures in Indonesia range from the high 70s to low 80s °F. The weather during these months is pleasant, providing comfortable conditions for boating activities while avoiding the peak tourist crowds of the high season.

What type of boat is best for an Indonesian boat charter?

Before choosing the right vessel for your boat rental in Indonesia, you first have to think about the duration of your holiday. If you’re only going to sail for a few days, it is best to opt for a daily charter such as a motorboat or a RIB. With the speed of these vessels, you’ll be able to see everything on your wish list in no time. If you’re planning a longer charter of a week or more you should choose a vessel that includes amenities you’ll need during your stay. Catamarans and yachts have the space and accommodations on board to ensure a comfortable stay on the water. For a more luxurious holiday, you might consider a gulet, and for an authentic sailing experience a sailboat.

If you’re unsure about whether or not a vessel suits your needs, feel free to contact the boat owners to get a better sense of what is included on board. With our large fleet, you’ll have no problem finding the perfect boat for your Indonesia boat charter!

Good to know

Boats available :30 boats available
Popular types of boats:Catamaran, Motorboat, Sailboat
Skipper:$100 per day
Low season price:$1,607 per day
High season price:$1,928 per day
Brands:Jeanneau, Bali, and more

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