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Rental Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Helia 44 Turks and Caicos Islands
Turks and Caicos Islands
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Fountaine Pajot - Helia 44 | 18 people (2016)

18
10
With a skipper

From $3,925 per day

Rental Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Lucia 40 Turks and Caicos Islands
Turks and Caicos Islands

Fountaine Pajot - Lucia 40 | 10 people (2016)

10
4
With a skipper

From $3,375 per day

Rental Motorboat Glacier Bay Cat Turks and Caicos Islands
Turks and Caicos Islands

Glacier Bay - Cat | 8 people (2012)

8
With a skipper

From $2,083 per day

Rental Motorboat Fjord 38 Xpress Providenciales
Providenciales
5.0
 (4)

Fjord - 38 Xpress | 10 people (2019)

10
1
With a skipper

From $3,292 per day

Boat Rental in Turks and Caicos Islands

Welcome to the amazing Turks and Caicos Islands, a beautiful place in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. This special group of islands has lots of fun things for people who love boating and sailing. The water is so clear, and the beaches are stunning, making it a perfect spot for renting boats. You can explore cool places like the Conch Bar Caves, which is a special site recognized by UNESCO, the Grand Turk Lighthouse, and the peaceful Chalk Sound National Park. Whether you're a pro sailor or trying it for the first time, the Turks and Caicos Islands are the best place to go on a boat adventure and enjoy the Caribbean Sea's beauty.


How much does it cost?

If you’re considering renting a boat in Turks and Caicos Islands, 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 Turks and Caicos Islands by boat type.

Motorboat: Enjoy a smooth ride on the waves for $1,030 per day.

Catamaran: Explore Turks and Caicos Islands’ waters in comfort for $2,380 per day.

Yacht: Sail like a VIP on a yacht for $6,585 per day or $46,095 per week.

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

Turtle Cove Marina: Located on the northern coast of Providenciales, this marina offers water, gas, electricity, wifi, and an on-site restaurant. Rental equipment is available, and it has approximately 65 berths, accommodating boats up to 150 feet in length.

Blue Haven Marina: Situated on the northeastern side of Providenciales, Blue Haven Marina provides water, gas, electricity, wifi, and a restaurant. You can find rental equipment here, and with about 78 berths, it can accommodate boats up to 220 feet in length.

South Side Marina: Found on the southern coast of Providenciales, South Side Marina offers water, gas, and electricity facilities, with a restaurant nearby. While rental equipment availability may vary, it is recommended to inquire beforehand. This marina has approximately 20 berths and can accommodate boats up to 80 feet in length.

Where to sail in Turks and Caicos Islands?

  • Grace Bay Beach: Discover the world-famous Grace Bay Beach, known for its pristine white sands and crystal-clear turquoise waters, perfect for snorkeling and swimming.
  • Iguana Island (Little Water Cay): Sail to this protected nature reserve, home to a large population of endangered rock iguanas, where you can observe these unique creatures in their natural habitat.
  • Half Moon Bay: Anchor at this secluded and picturesque bay on Little Water Cay, ideal for relaxing, picnicking, and soaking in the breathtaking scenery.
  • Pine Cay: Head to this private island with secluded beaches and fantastic snorkeling spots, providing a peaceful and untouched escape.
  • West Caicos Marine National Park: Explore the vibrant marine life and underwater wonders in this marine reserve, a haven for divers and snorkelers alike.
  • Fort George Cay: Sail to this uninhabited cay, offering seclusion and tranquility, making it a perfect spot to unwind and immerse yourself in nature.
  • Sapodilla Bay: Visit this lesser-known bay on Providenciales with calm, shallow waters, ideal for swimming, paddleboarding, and beachcombing
  • French Cay: Discover this remote cay, known for its spectacular wall diving opportunities and encounters with eagle rays and other marine life.

What can you see and do in Turks and Caicos Islands?

  • Snorkeling at Coral Gardens: Dive into the vibrant underwater world at Coral Gardens, where you can spot colorful corals and a diverse array of marine life, including tropical fish and sea turtles.
  • Explore Chalk Sound National Park: Discover the mesmerizing turquoise lagoon of Chalk Sound, dotted with tiny islands and limestone formations, offering a picturesque backdrop for kayaking and paddleboarding.
  • Conch Bar Caves: Embark on an exciting cave exploration adventure at Conch Bar Caves, the largest cave system in the Caribbean, featuring stalactites, stalagmites, and fascinating geological formations.
  • Visit Iguana Island (Little Water Cay): Encounter the endangered rock iguanas in their natural habitat on Iguana Island, providing a unique opportunity to observe and learn about these fascinating reptiles.
  • Horseback Riding on Long Bay Beach: Experience the thrill of horseback riding along the pristine shores of Long Bay Beach, a remarkable way to explore the island's natural beauty.
  • Northwest Point Marine National Park: Snorkel or dive in the Northwest Point Marine National Park, a protected area teeming with marine life, including rays, sharks, and vibrant coral reefs.

Rent a boat with or without a skipper

Many of our boat charters in Turks and Caicos Islands 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 Turks and Caicos Islands, 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 in Turks and Caicos Islands, from December to April, the region experiences delightful weather, with average temperatures in the mid to high 70s°F. This period is the ideal time to visit and rent a boat, as you can bask in the warm sunshine and enjoy the turquoise waters of the Caribbean.

In the months just outside of the high season, specifically May and November, average temperatures in Turks and Caicos range from the low 70s°F to mid-80s°F. The weather during these months remains pleasant, providing comfortable conditions for boating activities while avoiding the peak tourist crowds of the high season.

What type of boat is best for a Turks and Caicos Islands boat charter?

Before choosing the right vessel for your boat rental in Turks and Caicos Islands, 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 Turks and Caicos Islands boat charter!


Good to know

Boats available :20 boats available
Popular types of boats:Motor Yacht, Motorboat, Catamaran
Skipper:$400 per day
Low season price:$3,287 per day
High season price:$3,800 per day
Brands:Hanse, Jeanneau, and more

Charter a boat near Turks and Caicos Islands

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