Boat rentals in Naples
You can find boats available to rent with or without a skipper in Naples on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats, catamarans
, motorboats and more in Naples and/or in the world. Flexible cancellation or date changes
up to 15 days before check-in is allowed on selected boats.
Boat rentals in Naples are a great way to explore the area and discover amazing new places from the sea! Find sandy beaches, authentic Italian restaurants and islands in the bay!
The Bay of Naples has a large number of harbours and marinas where you are sure to find the perfect boat for you, and from which you can set sail for one of the destinations on offer.
We have boats in numerous ports in and around the Gulf of Naples, here is a list of them sorted from East to West.
- Naples-Darsena Acton
- Naples-Santa Lucia
- Naples-Marina di Porto Mergellina
If you are mainly interested in renting a yacht or sailing boat, the best equipped in the area is Darsena Acton in Naples. On Nautal you will find boats for rent in Naples with or without a skipper. Sailboats, catamarans, powerboats in Naples and worldwide. Flexible cancellation or change of dates up to 15 days before check-in on selected boats.
How much do boat charters in Naples cost?
Renting a boat in Naples costs from 280 euros per day, in high season. Other factors that may affect the price are the duration of the charter, the length of the boat, the year of construction, extras, etc. The additional service of a skipper costs from 150 euros per day.
Depending on the type of boat, boat rentals in Naples can be:
The price of a sailboat charter in Naples is:
1 week: from 1.295€ in low season y from 4.000€ in high season
Skipper: from 150€ per day
Price of a motorboat rental in Naples
1 day: from 280€ in high season
1 week: from 1.500€ in high season
How much does it cost to rent a catamaran in Naples?
1 day; from 800€ in low season and 2.500€ in high season
1 week: from 2.250€ in low season y from 9.800€ in high season
Skipper: from 180€ per day
1 day: from 1.000€ in low season and 1.800€ in high season
1 week: from 13.200€ in high season
Skipper: from 200€ per day
Is it possible to rent a boat in Naples with or without a skipper?
Renting a boat in Naples with a skipper
is ideal if you want to be guided to the best places in the area and devote all your time to enjoy sailing. Why not enjoy your Naples boat rental with your feet up relaxed while someone else takes care of guiding you to your destination!?
You can rent a boat in Naples without a skipper
if you have the appropriate license or if there are rental boats available that do not require a qualification. Being the captain of your boat charter in Naples is definitely a good idea.
What to do in Naples?
To visit the many hidden treasures of the Neapolitan city would take a great deal of time, but if your intention is to spend several hours cruising the magnificent Gulf of Naples, then you will need to choose carefully what is worth seeing. A Naples boat charter is perfect for this reason! Sail around and still enjoy the adventure.
By sea, you can't miss exploring the small towns of Pozzuoli, Posillipo and Nisida, before venturing out to the rugged cliffs of Ischia and Procida. Another must-see destination for sailors is Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast. Its romantic villages and unique landscapes are waiting for you to visit with your boat charter in Naples, Italy.
When you decide to set foot on land, you will be spoilt for choice. If you want to fully immerse yourself in the culture of the city, the Spaccanapoli district is for you. Shops, markets and craftsmen spend their days in a maze of alleyways where life and music reign supreme.
Culture lovers can visit the splendid archaeological museum or delve into the tunnels of underground Naples. For those who want to witness a unique natural phenomenon, the entire area shaped by the volcanic phenomena of the Phlegraean Fields offers impressive geological phenomena.
Naples has many natural gems. Among them are its beaches, some of which can be reached by land, others by sea. Without a doubt, you cannot miss the Gaiola beach, located in the protected area of the Gaiola Park, the Scoglione di Marechiaro, in the village of Marechiaro, and the Miseno beach, in the municipality of Bacoli. In these magical places, you can snorkel, kayak or dive.
Many people know the beauty of Naples and its gulf, but few have been able to appreciate its charm from a different perspective: the sea. Renting a boat in Naples is easy and can be done at modest prices, with or without a skipper. The experience, however, is priceless. In reality, there is no one itinerary that is better than another.
For those who love the sea, this gulf offers glimpses, views, archaeological remains, natural beauty: in short, it is impossible not to fall in love. You absolutely cannot miss Ischia and its countless coves, famous for snorkelling, Capri and the Sorrento coast with the remains of the Bagno della Regina Giovanna, an ancient Roman villa, the fishermen's village of Marina Grande, the famous caves of Capri and the Amalfi coast.
There is much, much more. Especially in Naples if you rent a boat! You can find many unique and hidden beauties by asking the locals, who are extremely friendly and helpful.
It's not just about the sights: food is also important and Naples is known for its delicacies. If you're in Naples for Easter, try the Casatiello, a rich savoury pie. As simple as they are good are the fried pizza and sausages with friarielli. Don't forget the pastiera either!
From Naples, you can also visit the island of Capri and enjoy some water sports! Whether you want to do a yacht charter or a fishing charter, there are endless possibilities for things to do.
How is the weather and sailing conditions in Naples?
Naples enjoys a typically Mediterranean climate characterised by hot, dry summers, ideal for those wishing to travel by boat. The average temperature during the summer period is around 24º/26º, while it drops to an average of 17º/18º during the spring and winter months. However, the Tyrrhenian breeze blows constantly, making the area ideal for both sailing and motor boating. Rainfall is scarce throughout the year, with peaks only in autumn.
Which are the popular ports in Naples?
The most popular ports for boat hire in Naples are:
- Porto di Mergellina
- Porto D’Ischia
- Darsena Acton
- Porticciolo Molosiglio
How to get to Naples?
Renting a boat in Naples is a safe choice, as it can be easily reached by plane at Naples-Capodichino airport. If you prefer to visit other cities first, you can arrive at Rome-Fiumicino and Bari-Palese and from there travel by train on the Frecce, Italy's fastest trains. Alternatively, you can reach the port of Naples by sea from Palermo, Catania and Cagliari thanks to the numerous ferries that connect the city.