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Boat rentals in Palma de Mallorca

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Sailing boat rent Bavaria CRUISER 40S in Porto Pi, Mallorca

Enjoy an unforgettable holiday with this CRUISER 40S sailboat


Sailing boat Bavaria CRUISER 40S (2012, refit 2017) 39.34 feet

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3 cabins 2 baths 12 places 7 berths Porto Pi (Mallorca)
from $889 /day
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Motorboat rent Quicksilver 755 Sundeck in Puerto Portals, Mallorca

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Motorboat Quicksilver for rent in Puerto Portals


Motorboat Quicksilver 755 Sundeck (2022, refit 2022) 23.72 feet

With or without skipper

1 bath 7 places Puerto Portals (Mallorca)
from $468 /day
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Motorboat rent Quicksilver ACTIV 605 OPEN in Club Nautico San Antonio, Mallorca

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Explore Mallorca at your own pace with your ACTIV 605 OPEN motorboat


Motorboat Quicksilver ACTIV 605 OPEN (2021) 19.68 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

1 cabin 7 places 2 berths Club Nautico San Antonio (Mallorca)
from $462 $439 /day
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Motorboat rent V2 B500 'Perseis' without licence in Club Nautico San Antonio, Mallorca

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Discover the coast of Mallorca in your B500 'Perseis' without licence motorboat


Motorboat V2 B500 'Perseis' without licence (2019) 16.40 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

6 places Club Nautico San Antonio (Mallorca)
from $391 $372 /day
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Motorboat rent Quicksviler B410 'Tethys' without licence in Club Nautico San Antonio, Mallorca

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Enjoy exploring in this motorboat of 4.12 meters


Motorboat Quicksviler B410 'Tethys' without licence (2016) 13.52 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

4 places Club Nautico San Antonio (Mallorca)
from $237 $225 /day
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Boat Rentals in Palma de Mallorca

Mallorca is, without a doubt, one of the favorite travel destinations of Brits and visitors from all over the world. This is understandable, because the largest of the Balearic Islands has so much to offer! On the one hand you have great beaches and coves, where swimming and snorkeling is refreshing and bound to leave you feeling rejuvenated. On the other hand, the nightlife in Mallorca is unique with a range of clubs and live music venues that will have you dancing all night! At Nautal, you can find rental boats in Palma de Mallorca with and without a skipper. Sailboats, catamarans, motorboats and more in Palma de Mallorca and in many other places across the Balearic Islands. Cancellation or flexible rebooking up to 15 days before check-in is possible for selected boats. You need to check all conditions with the owner of the boat you want to rent.

Renting a boat in Palma de Mallorca is the ideal vacation idea if you want to explore the island at your own pace. Hit up the unknown beaches, some of which are only reachable by boat, or jump straight from your boat into the sea. Renting a boat in Palma de Mallorca means freedom of choice and fun no matter what age you are. Don't hesitate and start planning your next vacation today!

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Palma de Mallorca?

The price of renting a boat in Palma de Mallorca varies a lot depending on a number of different factors, including the number of people, the duration of the trip, and the type of boat.
To rent a licence free boat in Palma de Mallorca, you should expect to spend from $182 per half day, $316 per day and $2404 per week during the high season, whereas in the low season, prices start at around $ 146 per half day, $243 per day and $1457 per week.
Renting a catamaran costs around $4862 for a week in high season, but the price drops to about $2064 for a week in low season.
The price to hire a fishing boat or a gulet stays fairly consistent all year roundFishing boat prices start at $2428 for half a day, $4856 for a full day, and $33992 for a week, whereas gulet prices can cost anywhere from $1093 for half a day, $1584 for a full day, and $11090 for a week.
RIB charter during the high season costs around $352 per half day, $534 per day and $2477 per week, but this price drops to around $243 per half day, $304 per day, and $1093 per week during low season.
Palma de Mallorca is also a fantastic place to rent a jet ski, with prices starting at $243 per half day, $364 per day and $2185 per week in high season, whereas in low season, prices start at $182 per half day, $267 per day, and $1882 per week.
Motorboat prices also remain more or less the same the whole year round, with prices starting at $164 per half day, $219 per day and $1372 per week.
Meanwhile, sailing boat prices cost around $2064 per week in high season, and $1095 for a week during low season.
Renting a yacht in Palma de Mallorca costs around $11290 for a week in high season, and $10016 per week during low season.

Is bareboat charter in Palma de Mallorca possible?

Yes, it is possible to rent a boat in Palma de Mallorca both with and without a skipper.  However, in order to rent a boat without a skipper, you either need to have a valid boating license, or rent a boat that is smaller than 5 metres (16.4 ft) and has an engine with a low enough horsepower.  You will need to look up the exact rules before going and make sure that you have the relevant insurance.
Renting a boat in Palma de Mallorca with a skipper is ideal if you want to get to know the most beautiful places in the area and just enjoy the ride. You can rent boats in Palma de Mallorca without a skipper if you have the appropriate boating license or if boats are offered that do not require a license. Of course, being the captain of your own boat is not just incredibly fun, but also freeing.

What are the weather and sailing conditions like in Palma de Mallorca?

In the summer months, from April to October, a boat trip in Palma de Mallorca is particularly nice. The temperatures are pleasant to very hot and it hardly rains. If you like temperatures above 30ºC (86ºF), then you should travel to Palma de Mallorca for July and August, but don't forget your sun cream! In the other summer months it is not quite as warm, but the beaches are much less busy. With a boat, however, you have the choice of which beach to go to all year round and you can choose the quietest one. 

When is the best time to go to Palma de Mallorca?

If you’re going to Mallorca to swim, then you should plan on going midsummer, as the sea then reaches temperatures of over 20ºC (68ºF)!  However, this is also the busiest time of year and so the prices are also usually very high.  Of course, a trip in winter is also worthwhile, because in Mallorca the sun shines 300 days a year. In addition, you will often find cheaper and more numerous offers in the winter months.  Having said this, the best time to go is generally either in April/May or in September/October as the temperatures are still usually fairly warm, the rain minimal, and the crowds and hence the prices much lower.

What to do in Palma de Mallorca?

There are many amazing things that you can do in Palma de Mallorca.  You can hike through the dense pine forests to Bellver Castle, one of the only circular castles in Europe.  During the summer they host classical concerts here, as well as other events so you should try to plan your trip accordingly to catch one of these.
You can also fill up on food in the San Juan Mercado Gastronomico and this is truly a treat.  They serve lots of different types of food here from seafood to burgers, but the one thing you absolutely must try while you’re here is the squid ink tortilla.  It may look terrifying, being pitch black, but it tastes delicious.
Other things you can also do include looking around Joan Miró’s studio, wandering through the beautiful, picturesque streets of the old town and partying the night away in one of the clubs.  Of course, it goes without saying that the swimming and snorkeling opportunities here are also fantastic.

How to get to Palma de Mallorca?

The easiest and fastest way to get to Mallorca is by plane, with direct flights going from many UK airports, as well as a multitude of other European countries.  You can then comfortably get to your boat from the airport by taxi or bus. The port of Palma de Mallorca is located in the middle of the city. If you intend to explore the island more extensively, you can easily rent a car at the airport and leave it in Palma during your boat trip.  If you fancy being a little more adventurous, you can also choose to take your boat charter from mainland Spain or another nearby island.

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