Rent a boat in Lake Garda
You can find boats available to rent with or without a skipper in Lake Garda on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats, yachts, motorboats and more in Lake Garda and/or in the world. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats.
Lake Garda is the largest in Italy and borders three regions: Lombardy, Trentino-Alto Adige and Veneto. It is a unique spot where lovers of nature, extreme sports and history meet with beautiful views and endless activities to enjoy. Whether you’re visiting with family, friends or on a romantic getaway, boat rentals in Lake Garda are the most popular way to make the most of your holiday and explore all that the lake has to offer.
How much does it cost to rent a boat in Lake Garda?
Renting a boat in Lake Garda costs from 218 dollars per day in low season and from 640 dollars for a week. In high season, the price of renting a boat in Lake Garda begins from 243 dollars per day.
- Low season prices from $248/day and $1,733/week
- In high season prices go from $444/day and $3,110/week
- low season rentals from $143/day and $1,003/week
- high season prices from $482/day and $1,891/week
Is it possible to rent a boat in Garda Lake with or without a skipper?
Renting a boat in Lake Garda with a skipper is ideal if you want to be guided through the best places in the area and get the most out of your sailing experience. Just imagine yourself with your feet up on your boat rental in Garda Lake watching the waves and water while someone takes you to your destination!
You can rent a boat in Lake Garda without a skipper if you have the appropriate licence or if there are boats available to rent that do not require a licence. It is without a doubt a great idea to do a bareboat rental in Lake Garda if you are an experienced sailor.
What to do with a boat rental in Lake Garda?
A boat hire in Lake Garda is a great choice to escape the warm weather and dip into the water if you are in the North of Italy. This is the largest lake in Italy. The south is surrounded by morainic hills which were left during the glacier recession and the northern part is enclosed by mountains.
Sailing on Lake Garda with its luminious environment and flourishing vegetation will leave you in awe. The lanscapes seem almost majestic and you may find olive and lemon groves, palms, cypresses and orange trees! Just imagine finding a lemon grove with your boat hire in Lake Garda and picking some fresh lemons for a lemonade.
This lake has something for everyone: roman remains, World War II buffs, fortified castles and more! With so many things to do it is ideal to move around the lake easily with your Lake Garda boat rental. Moor in the ports nearby the city you choose and get some delicious food.
, a picturesque town on the southern shore. The water-surrounded fortress was constructed in the 12th century. Then we recommend Grotte di Catullo, the ruins of a Roman poet Catullus’s villa. Then head to Monte Baldo, a cluster of four pretty towns on the southern side of the lake. The lanscape of olive groves and vine fields will leave you in awe. Boat charters in Lake Garda bob around and cafes fill the streets with the scent of coffee.
Malcesine is another must visit during your boat charter in Lake Garda. Visit Castello Scaligero, wander through the stone buildings and feel like you are part of the medieval era. You can browse among artists’ studios and enjoy the museums inside!
Visiting with kids? Thanks to the many amusement parks you can enjoy unforgettable experiences near Lake Garda. You can choose between Gardaland, the most famous amusement park of Italy in Castelnuovo del Garda, Movieland, dedicated to the world of cinema. Or you can have a fun-filled day in one of the aquatic parks; Canevaworld, Picoverde or Cavour. Interested in water activities? Boat rentals in Lake Garda give you the ability to try windsurfing, kite surfing, wakeboarding and underwater diving. Whatever activity you choose will certainly be a unique adventure!
Riva del Garda, situated in the northern end, is a picture perfect area with the combination of town colours, mountains and water. There is the Rocca del Riva, another castle of Scaligeri built between the 12th and 15th century. Do you like watersports? Then head to Torbole for a premier windsurfing spot! The steady winds make it a favourite spot for not only windsurfing but also sailing. Lake Garda sailing is a great choice whether it's for a few hours or a weekend of fun!
Don’t miss out on your Lake Garda rentals! Lake Garda boat trips are ideal to move around to all of the different cities and towns that surround it.
What is the weather like in Lake Garda?
Boat rentals in Lake Garda are the perfect way to enjoy your holiday. Enjoy its mild climate all year round with temperatures of 13 -15 ° C. In Gardone Riviera, on the southwestern shore of the lake, the mildest climate prevails north of the Apennines. The main winds on the northern lakes are the Ora and the Peler.
Nearby sailing areas in Lake Garda
- Marina di Navene
- San Felice sul Benaco
What are the most popular ports in Lake Garda?
The most popular ports for your boat rental in Garda are:
- Porto Portese
- Porto di Moniga del Garda
How to get to Lake Garda?
Verona is the closest airport and less than twenty minutes away from the south coast resorts such as Peschiera and Sirmione. If you’re driving Lake Garda is easily reached via the A4 motorway that runs from Milan to Venice. If travelling from the west and heading to the west coast or northern resorts of Lake Garda then take Brescia Est exit and take the Salò road.