All About Boat Rentals in Cancún
Cancún, a notorious holiday destination on a beautiful eastern peak of Mexico, has a friendly population of roughly 700,000 citizens. Typically known for places like “Zona Hotelera”, which is a strip of high-rise hotels, nightclubs and aquamarine waves washing over the golden stretches of sand, this incredible sailing location faces the Caribbean and has the best of everything. The pristine waters and Caribbean climate certainly make it worth visiting, too. Renting a boat with Nautal will give you the perfect opportunity to explore Cancún, the crystal clear waters and islands surrounding it. You can rent a boat in Cancún of any shape, size or style.
Marinas & Ports in Cancún
In Cancún there are many places where you can moor your boat. Here at Nautal, we have boats in some of the most popular ports and marinas, namely:
Marina Chac Chi
Puerto Isla Mujeres
Marina Playa Tortugas
Marina Hacienda del Mar
You can rest assured that whilst chartering one of our boats in Cancún, you won’t have a problem with mooring.
In general, catamaran rentals in Cancún
are our most popular boat rentals in the area. You can also find plenty of yachts in Cancún
, another fantastic choice for those wishing to spend a tranquil boat charter in comfort.
Attractions in Cancún
There are many things to do in Cancún, and since it is known for its gorgeous strips of beachfront, coastline and beach huts and bars, the possibilities are endless!
Fancy trying out a jetpack? Yes, it sounds like something out of a video game, but technology really has come a long way! You’ll also find tonnes of perfect opportunities for going snorkelling, scuba diving or swimming at the Great Maya Coral Reef, Cenotes, MUSA and other great locations. Of course, you can’t forget the beaches, Playa Tortuga and the stunning Islas Mujeres! Lie back on your boat rental in Cancún and absorb this sensational, exotic atmosphere.
Climate in Cancún
Due to Cancún’s fortunate location, the weather tends to range from good to exceptional all-year-round. The temperature never falls below 20°C (68°F) and usually never exceeds 35°C (95°F) during the summer. Cancún is certainly a potential all-year-round holiday destination!
How to Get to Cancún
Cancún International Airport (CUN) is the second largest airport in Mexico, but the biggest in terms of international passenger footfall.
The airport is just over 20 km to the nearest ports and marinas, so once you land, it’s only a 20 minute taxi to your boat rental in paradise!