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Boat rentals in Sardinia

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Motorboat rent Dualcraft 10.70 in La Marina di Costa Corallina, Sardinia

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Discover the coast of Sardinia in your 10.70 motorboat


Motorboat Dualcraft 10.70 (2000, refit 2020) 35.10 feet

Skipper included in the price

1 cabin 1 bath 8 places 4 berths La Marina di Costa Corallina (Sardinia)
from $456 /day
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Yacht rent Mochi craft OPEN 57 in Marina de Porto Cervo, Sardinia

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Hop a board this 1994 yacht in Cala Gavetta


Yacht Mochi craft OPEN 57 (1999, refit 2018) 59.05 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

2 cabins 2 baths 12 places 4 berths Marina de Porto Cervo (Sardinia)
from $1,601 /day
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Rib rent Seapower GT 5,50 in Porto di Alghero, Sardinia

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Experience speed with this Seapower RIB


Rib Seapower GT 5,50 (2016, refit 2020) 18.04 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

6 places Porto di Alghero (Sardinia)
from $135 /day
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Sailing boat rent Beneteau CYCLADES 39.3 in Marina di Arbatax, Sardinia

Meet Sardinia by the sea with your wonderful Beneteau Cyclades sailing boat

Sailing boat Beneteau CYCLADES 39.3 (2006, refit 2012) 38.42 feet

Skipper is mandatory

3 cabins 1 bath 9 places 6 berths Marina di Arbatax (Sardinia)
from $610 /day
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Rib rent Sea Water Flamar 550 in Marina di Arbatax, Sardinia

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Fantastic RIB Custom in Sardinia


Rib Sea Water Flamar 550 (2013) 18.04 feet

With or without skipper

6 places Marina di Arbatax (Sardinia)
from $185 /day
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Rib rent Sea Water Flamar 500 in Marina di Arbatax, Sardinia

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Rent this 5.00 metre RIB to reach the best coves


Rib Sea Water Flamar 500 (2012) 16.40 feet

With or without skipper

4 places Marina di Arbatax (Sardinia)
from $160 /day
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Motorboat rent BWA BWA GT 19 SPORT in Porto di Cannigione, Sardinia

Be the captain without a license on board this NEW BWA GT 19 SPORT

Motorboat BWA BWA GT 19 SPORT (2020, refit 2020) 19.36 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

6 places Porto di Cannigione (Sardinia)
from $296 /day
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Motorboat rent Ferretti Yacht 40 R in Marina de Porto Cervo, Sardinia

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Explore Sardinia at your own pace with your 40 Roadster motorboat


Motorboat Ferretti Yacht 40 R (1990, refit 2020) 39.37 feet

Skipper included in the price

2 cabins 2 baths 8 places Marina de Porto Cervo (Sardinia)
from $1,478 /day
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Rib rent Sea Water Flamar 450 in Marina di Arbatax, Sardinia

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Rent this 4.5 metre RIB to reach the best coves


Rib Sea Water Flamar 450 (2012) 14.76 feet

With or without skipper

2 places Marina di Arbatax (Sardinia)
from $135 /day
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Rib rent Sea Water Flamar 650 in Marina di Arbatax, Sardinia

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Rent this Custom 650 in Marina di Arbatax


Rib Sea Water Flamar 650 (2014) 21.33 feet

With or without skipper

8 places Marina di Arbatax (Sardinia)
from $357 /day
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Rent a Boat in Sardinia

You can find boats available to rent with or without a skipper in Sardinia on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats, catamarans, motorboats and Sardinia yacht charters and/or search in the world. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats. Renting a boat has never been easier and no prior experience is needed in learning how to rent. 

You can book from a large fleet of vessels today at a range of prices for a week with a skipper, or maybe even longer. The weather in Sardinia is typically dry and hot in summer, with relatively warm winters allowing for optimal sailing year-round. When you begin your dream boat charter in Sardinia, you'll likely start from one of the island's main hubs, like Marina Di Portisco, Porto di Cannigione, Porto Cervo or Olbia, before setting off on a week-long island-hopping adventure.

A boat hire in Sardinia will make you fully enjoy the light blue waters and white sandy beaches. Sailing in Sardinia will allow you to even get to the hard to reach areas meaning you can enjoy the remote beaches as you sail through the emerald coast, Costa Smeralda in Italian. 

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Sardinia?

Renting a boat in Sardinia costs from 72 dollars per day in low season and from 124 dollars for a day in high season. Factors that can influence the price are type of boat, length, age, capacity, season, duration of charter, with or without a skipper, extras, etc. The additional cost can include a skipper, in case you need him, starting from 76 dollars per day. 

The different Sardinia boat rental types are shown below:
The price of sailing boat rentals in Sardinia
The price of rib rentals in Sardinia
The price of catamaran rentals in Sardinia
The price of motorboat rentals in Sardinia

Is it possible to rent a boat in Sardinia with or without skipper?

Your boat rental in Sardinia Italy can be rented with or without a skipper. To rent without a skipper you will either need a valid boating licence or alternatively you can do a Sardinia boat rental without a license. A bareboat charter in Sardinia is ideal for those who want to take charge of their boat trip. 

Sardinia Boat charters can also be done with a skipper at an additional cost. This is ideal for those who don’t want to worry about sailing and just want to enjoy the beautiful beaches. 

What to do in Sardinia?

You can explore the best of Sardinia in a week with a boat charter, with plenty more to see on return visits. Among the trip's highlights will be the Maddalena Archipelago, a group of islands resting off the coast of northern Sardinia, easily accessible from Porto Cervo. Here, Caprera Island itself is a must-see, as it is a natural reserve for wildlife, making for a peaceful spot to watch the waves and sunset surrounded by the sounds of nature. Next, be sure to visit Isola Budelli and Isola Spargi, two spectacularly beautiful islands and a great introduction to the region's famed tranquil beaches and diving possibilities.

To enjoy a longer sailing holiday, you must go for a Sardinia luxury yacht charter. You can rent with a small group and get a chef to also cook for you! This would make your Sardinia boat trip into a resort-like vacation with various sailing destinations. 

Some beautiful beaches to go to in Sardinia include Cala Brandinchi, Spiaggia di Tuerredda, Spiaggia della Speranza and Spiaggia Capriccioli. Some of these beaches are rocky ones while others are sand-based. Spiaggia di Tuerredda is one of the best snorkeling areas on the islands as well as Spiaggia Capriccioli. 
Sailboat rentals in Sardinia with the enjoyable water sports, delicious italian food and bluest blue sea will leave you dying for more. What are you waiting for?

How is the weather in Sardinia?

Sardinia has a perfect Mediterranean climate with long and warm summer and mild winter. It is also considered to be a bit windy island, which is great for sailing. On the north of the island, the temperatures are more extreme than in the south. However, the whole island experiences a perfect temperature in summer, which starts here from May till October, with an average temperature of around 17 degrees reaching mid-20s at the peak of the season. Sardinia is also a popular winter destination with a clear sky and calm weather. Temperatures are usually quite mild in winter, with averages between 10°C and 11°C from December to February.

Which are the most popular ports in Sardinia?

How to get to Sardinia?

From Italian and European cities, you can get to Sardinia through three main airports: Cagliari Elmas Airport, Aeroporto di Olbia Costa Smeralda, and Alghero Airport. 
Also, since Sardinia is the most isolated island in the Mediterranean, car ferries are available at all major ferry crossings. The shortest and best way to get to Sardinia by car is to forward to a ferry crossing from the Italian mainland like Civitavecchia to Olbia on Sardinia's northeast coast.
Sardinia is also accessible by ferry from ports in Spain, France, and Italy. The main arrival points in Sardinia are Olbia, Golfo Aranci, Santa Teresa di Gallura and Porto Torres in the north; Arbatax on the east coast; and Cagliari in the south.

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