About renting a boat in Marbella
Boat rentals in Marbella are available to rent with or without a skipper in Marbella on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats, catamarans
and yachts charters
in Marbella and in the world. Flexible cancellation
or date changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats.
Set to the backdrop of the Sierra Blanca Mountains, Marbella is renowned for being a playground for the rich and famous. Combine the mediterranean climate with 27 km of blissful beaches, hotels, restaurants and shops and it’s easy to understand why so many are seduced by Marbella’s exotic charm.
How much does it cost to rent a boat in Marbella?
Boat rentals in Marbella Spain vary in price depending on the boat type, season of rental, capacity of the boat and more.
A yacht hire Marbella price in low season from $1,257/day and $8,798/week.
Catamaran rentals in Marbella price in low season from $2,129/day and $6,844/week. In high season $2,281/day and $7,908/week.
Sailboat rentals Marbella price in low season from $800/day and $6,159/week and in high season $1,056/day and $7,390/week.
Is it possible to rent a boat in Marbella with or without skipper?
Boat rentals in Marbella are available with or without a skipper. Do you want your Marbella boat trip to be free of thoughts and spent with your feet up or enjoying your guest’s company? A skippered Marbella boat rental so you can put your feet up while someone else guides you and your guests to your destinations. Thinking about making it a Marbella boat party? Then make a crewed private boat hire in Marbella! The ultimate fun vacation with someone bringing you and your friends cocktails and you guys can dance until the sun rises again.
Do you want to be the one to guide the group and discover the hidden coves and beaches in Costa del Sol? Then boat charter in Marbella without a skipper. You will need a valid boat nautical license.
What to do in Marbella?
When you choose to rent a boat in Marbella for a week or just a few days, you'll find plenty of options to keep you busy. To make sure you never get bored sailing around the Costa del Sol
, here are a few recommendations for boat parties in Marbella.
Boat trips around Marbella make a great choice for birthdays, hen or stag parties, or any other celebration. If you and your friends are hoping to have a carefree time out at sea, it's a good idea to rent a boat with a skipper. This way, you can focus on fun, while an experienced professional takes care of the sailing side of things.
To turn your Marbella boat charter into an open water party by day, look for fun activities to keep the whole group entertained. Snorkelling, jet skiing, or enjoying banana boats and lilos are a great way to make the most of the beautiful Mediterranean weather. For more organised fun, ask your skipper to set sail for areas with dolphin watching. Striped and bottlenose dolphins are both common in the waters around Marbella, and they're a delight to see in their natural habitat.
Depending on your point of arrival, you may choose to rent one of our boats from another location and sail to Marbella. However, if you wish to start in Marbella, we suggest flying into Malaga and picking up your boat rental from the nearest port, Puerto Deportivo de Fuengirola, and sailing west along the South Coast. This route is practical for those short for time, all the while allowing you to explore the Costa del Sol region to the maximum. Rent a yacht in Marbella and spend a few days or a week discovering the different parts of the island!
The good news is that Nautal not only offers boat rent in Marbella’s central harbour, Puerto Deportivo de Marbella, but also in Puerto José Banús and Puerto Pesquero de Estepona. The bad news is that this means you have even more choice as to where to start your charter!
Whether you have come to sizzle in the sun, sip a cocktail in the shade or shop till you drop, Marbella provides for all audiences. Boutiques, bars
and bistros layer the waterfront
and spread further inland behind Marbella’s distinguished, high class harbour. The shopping is boundless with markets lining the streets during the high season. Estepona
holds a street market weekly on a Sunday, a popular affair with both locals and tourists. You can rest assured that you’ll never go hungry as the never ending buzz of restaurants and cafes here endeavour to tickle all taste buds.
Fuengirola is a town along the east coast known for its beaches and medieval castle overlooking the coast. Within a 15 minute’s walk of the harbour you can reach the Bioparc, an animal park (awarded certificate of excellence by tripadvisor) which sets the European bar high on the preservation of animal species and respect for nature and wildlife.
Of course, you might want to drop anchor and head to one of the fabulous nightclubs that Marbella is famous for. They attract the rich and famous from around Spain and beyond. If you'd rather not go to the pricier bars in Puerto Banus, set sail for Estepona, where you'll generally pay a bit less for your night time entertainment.
Make your boat trips in Marbella the way you want to! The beauty of a boat hire in Costa del Sol are the endless possibilities that suit everyone. Don’t miss out on this Marbella trip.
How is the weather and sailing conditions in Marbella?
By June in Marbella, temperatures reach 20°C and above as the summer season continues, with July typically being the hottest month. The temperature usually doesn’t fall below 20°C until October (sometimes even November), which makes it the perfect end of season escape for a Marbella boat hire to deny autumn’s arrival. However, November on average is Marbella’s wettest month.
Which are the most popular ports in Marbella?
Not only do we offer boat rentals in Puerto Deportivo de Marbella, the most central port found directly on the seafront promenade, but also in surrounding ports in the area.
Working from the west to east of the southern coast, Puerto Pesquero de Estepona has berths for 447 boats up to 35m length. The facilities here are high quality including wifi, water, electricity at all berths and a toilet/shower block. Other requests can be made with the staff who are very accommodating.
Continuing east, Puerto José Banús is the marina of all marinas boasting 915 berths, some of which hold multiple of the world’s rich and famous’ boats—not to mention the King of Saudi Arabia’s.
As mentioned above, the central harbour of Marbella is Puerto Deportivo de Marbella. An excellent location to start and/or end your boat rental with plenty of berths available (337).
Puerto Deportivo de Fuengirola is to the east of Marbella, holding 226 berths. The harbor services here are exactly what you would hope with electricity, water and wifi available.
How to get to Marbella?
If flying, the nearest airport is Malaga Airport (AGP). The airport has three terminals and direct flights to most popular locations in Europe. You can get to Marbella directly from the airport by bus. The journey costs about €7 and takes approx. 45 minutes. Alternatively, you can get a taxi for €40-50.