Boat hire in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico is a small Caribbean island, which has more than 400 kilometers of paradisiacal beaches, excellent cuisine and cities with a lot of history. Boat hire in Puerto Rico, one of the most beautiful jewels of the Antilles, is one of the best ways to experience countless activities under the sun, and to admire white sands, dive into turquoise waters and observe thousands of reefs in the company of your loved ones. In addition to its beaches, Puerto Rico has a wealth of landscapes and ecosystems such as dry and wet forests and mountains.
What to do with your boat hire in Puerto Rico
The Island of Puerto Rico is composed of a major and homonymous island, and a great variety of islets and dream keys. It is divided into six regions, each of which offers visitors unique features and endless entertainment possibilities.
- If you rent a boat in Puerto Rico and head north of the island, you will arrive at Porta Atlántico, there golf lovers will find some of the best playgrounds in the world surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. From there, you can sail northwest and reach the coastal area of the city of San Juan. In the largest capital of the Caribbean, the picturesque architecture of the walled city of Old San Juan and numerous international designer clothing stores stand out.
- With your boat hire in Puerto Rico, you can sail from San Juan to the east coast. The marine fauna and flora of the area are rather impressive, visit the spectacular Bioluminescent Bay of Fajardo, one of the best places to kayak and experience this unique phenomenon in which marine organisms illuminate the sea.
- From there you will also find the best route to see the spectacular islands of Culebra and Vieques. The most prepared ports in Puerto Rico are also in the east. Moor in Puerto Del Rey Marina, and when you are on the mainland visit the tropical forest of Porta Antillas. In the downtown area, you will find the mountain range. Puerto Rico has it all!
- When you sail south, be prepared to get to know one of the most peculiar regions, as their communities grew culturally more distant from the rest of the island. There it is possible to tour the ancient ceremonial center of the indigenous Taino culture and the sugar cane fields that have given local rum worldwide fame. Finally, you can not miss the coasts of the western region of Puerto Rico, the Porta del Sol. Which boasts some of the best beaches on the island and receives surf lovers from all over the world. We recommend that you do not forget your camera, the Porta del Sol also has the most impressive sunsets, and stunning cliffs in the Cabo Rojo.
Weather in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico has a tropical climate, warm and humid, with an average annual temperature of 26ºC both on land and at sea. Wow! Precipitation is more common in the months from May to October. The driest months are January and April. The northern Atlantic zone is rainier than the southern region, which swims in the Caribbean Sea. Finally, it is advisable to keep in mind that the hurricane season includes the months of August, September, October and November.
Ports in Puerto Rico
We have boats for rent in Puerto Rico in Puerto del Rey Marina. With more than 1000 moorings, good services, located in the east, this port has excellent sailing routes to the rest of the Caribbean islands.
How to get to Puerto Rico
The largest airport on the island is the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU) in San Juan. Direct flights arrive from Madrid, and it has very good connections with the rest of the Caribbean, South America and of course with the United States. The Aguadilla City Airport (BQN) has a wide range of flights, although the cost of airline tickets is usually much higher.