Rent a Boat in Menorca
You can find boats available to rent with or without a skipper in Menorca on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats, catamarans, motorboats and private yacht in Menorca and/or in the world. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats. An island of calm, tranquillity and peace.
Menorca is located in the middle of the Western Mediterranean with its capital, Mahon, situated on the East Coast of the island. It is the third most populated out of all the Balearic Islands, after Mallorca and Ibiza. Boat rentals in Menorca are a popular way of moving about (without actually having to move your stuff!) while you explore this UNESCO declared Biosphere Reserve.
Renowned for its picture-postcard beaches, whitewashed coastal villages, narrow streets and quiet island feel, Menorca can be easily circumnavigated with our boats for rent, offering the perfect blend of both sea and sand, and culture and cuisine. With a private charter around Menorca, you will have enough time to relax and soak in many of the island's most thrilling towns, as well as its hidden spots, secluded beaches and beautiful coves.
The coast of Menorca is so versatile and full of surprises that they benefit from a full week-long charter. However, there are also many half-day or day-long excursions to be had, taking you from the idyllic beaches and charming fishing towns to a more wild landscape in the north. Rent a boat in Menorca!
A Menorca boat trip with your friends? Perfect! A Menorca boat hire with your family? Also perfect! This place has it all. Don’t forget to check out the delicious bars and restaurants!
How much does it cost to rent a boat in Menorca?
Renting a boat in Menorca costs from 164 dollars per day in low season and from 1145 dollars for a week. In high season, the price of renting a boat in Menorca begins from 264 dollars per day and from 1849 dollars for a week.
In Menorca, you can rent a boat depending on your needs and wishes. Don’t miss out, some boat types finish faster than others!
Is it possible to rent a boat in Menorca with or without a skipper?
If you have a suitable sailing license you can rent a boat without a skipper in Menorca. You will also find boats available to rent in Menorca with a skipper on the Nautal website. An additional cost for a skipper starts from 126 dollars per day. Also for some luxury boat charters in Minorca, renting with a skipper is mandatory.
We recommend to find a few friends and yacht share in Minorca! The places are endless and its beauty will have you wishing for more.
How is the weather in Menorca?
Visiting Menorca is a pleasure with its typical Mediterranean climate and an average annual temperature of 16.7 degrees.
An important aspect of the Menorcan climate is the wind, predominantly the tramontana from the north, which is usually persistent, cold, dry and strong. Luckily, the Tramontana is only caused for concern during the winter months. A perfect place for boat charters in Menorca, especially during the summer months.
What to do in Menorca?
Given Menorca's small size, it's easy to rent a boat with a skipper to explore both the coastline and the Mediterranean Sea. Choosing from a range of boats — whether a luxurious yacht or family-friendly catamaran — at a range of prices, you can plot an itinerary anywhere between 1 day to more than a month.
Boat rental for a week will be enough time to fully explore the island and get a taste of the region's famed cuisine. Many experienced sailors even enjoy island-hopping from Menorca to Mallorca, just 30 miles on the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.
Although you can start from any one of Menorca's fine ports and well-serviced marinas, most visitors will choose to depart from the capital, Mahon, because of its transport links on arrival and departure. A famed destination in its own right, Mahon is a great hub with popular beaches.
Enjoy your sailing experience going past the charming fishing village of Binibequer, Cala Galdana and Ciutadella, be sure to take in the crystalline views of Cala Turqueta, one of the island's most picture-perfect beaches. From here stop at Cala Morell, Fornells and Es Grau, before coming full-circle with a final stop in Mahon. A catamaran tour in Menorca made yours! You have the freedom to choose where to go and when.
One of the greatest treasures of Menorca is undoubtedly its beaches and beautifulcoves. The only way to describe the coves is to compare the crystal clear waters with those of the Caribbean. A bareboat yacht charter in Menorca is the best way to find the most hidden beaches.
Caves of clay and mud such as Cala Pilar, are magical places where you can take a mud bath and cleanse your skin with the natural remedies of this special clay.
Another cove, Cala Maceralla is situated next to its sister Macarelleta. As this beach is such a well desired location, it is advised to get up early to secure a good spot. Though if you have your own boat rental in Menorca, there’s no need to reserve a spot on the crowded beach. Enjoy the view from your private sunbathing spot away from the masses.
After an excursion to the lighthouse of Cavalleria located a few kilometres away, you might fancy a swim in the turquoise waters of Cala Pregonda. In Cala Pregonda, there are small islands, seagulls and, above all, the cool breeze that adds to the state of total tranquillity.
Talaier is a cove with just a small presence of tourists. It is located between two beaches known as Son Saura and Cala Turqueta. Arriving from the first beach is simple, although the path can be somewhat overwhelming in the hottest hours of the day, so be sure to go in the cooler morning or after midday. The walk is worth it as you will see a tiny cove appear and feel rewarded by your precious discovery.
The cuisine of Menorca will please anyone's palette. Here, you will find the delicious cheese and meat. Inspirations come from Islamic, French, medieval and Catalan origin which are shown in the success of this gastronomy. In terms of liqueurs, Gin Xoriguer is one of the most characteristic liqueurs of the island with which it prepares another of its essential summer drinks, the Ointment.
What are the most popular ports in Menorca?
The most popular ports for boat hires in Menorca are:
Whether you decide to rib share in Menorca or make your personalised boat tours through endless beautiful beaches and coves and the blue waters don’t forget to get off the beaten track! Explore the island or go visit other ones nearby such as Ibiza and Formentera with your Menorca boat charter.
Here is a list of other places where you can also moor your boat!
- Port of Mahon
- Port of Ciutadell
- Es Grau
- Port Addaia
- Cala Morell
Motorboat rentals are a favoured boat rental. Why lose the luxury when you can simply add the zoom?!
Alternatively, enjoy a romantic getaway on a sailing boat rental in Menorca
. The ultimate adventure with no stress as even if you have no sailing proficiency, you can opt to sail with a professional skipper!
How to get to Menorca?
Thanks to tourism, Menorca, although a small island, is well connected with the main cities of Spain. In order to reach Menorca, this can be done by plane, to Menorca Airport (MAH) which is the main form of access to the island and is located 4.5 km from Mahon.
Travelling by ferry is a good option as well, especially if you want to take your car.