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Rental Catamaran leopard 47 Fajardo
Fajardo

leopard - 47 | 6 people (2000)

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With a skipper

From $259 per day

Catamaran hire in Puerto Rico

The archipelago of Puerto Rico, although small in size, has a wide variety of ecosystems and awaits you placidly in the Caribbean for you to spend an incredible vacation with family or friends. On your catamaran hire in Puerto Rico, entertainment will be assured. Sail to the different regions of the island in search of cultural traditions, gastronomy, fashion shops, golf courses, forests and mountains. Surf white sand shores that magically light up at night, making you believe that the stars are not only from the sky but also from the sea. Puerto Rico has it all, rent a catamaran and enjoy it. 

What to do with your catamaran hire in Puerto Rico

Lovers of nautical adventures will be delighted with the eastern region of the island. There is the Puerto del Rey Marina, which with more than 1000 moorings is the ideal starting point to visit the islands of Culebra and Vieques. Flamengo Beach, one of the most beautiful in the Caribbean, is in Culebra, while Vieques boasts the brightest bioluminescent bay in the world. A natural phenomenon that you can not miss. If you want to dive, the sea beds of the Fajardo Cays are ideal to see reefs and colorful fish. 

The city of San Juan and its old walled part, will dazzle you with the architectural culture, fashion shops and the excellent gastronomy. Trying the Spanish omelette Puerto Rican style will be an experience you will not forget. In addition to the traditional ingredients, it has avocado, tomato and cod..mm!

If you are looking for the best sunsets, sail with your catamaran hire to the west region, which besides being the preferred of the sun, is chosen by surfers. In the area, the cliffs of Cabo Rojo and their stunning views stand out. For pristine beaches, go south, Caja de Muertos is one of the most beautiful and wild treasures in the area. 

There are plenty of options for boat rentals in Puerto Rico! Don't miss out and book soon. 

The climate in Puerto Rico

With an annual average of 26ºC on land and in the water, Puerto Rico has ideal temperatures throughout the year. Although the rainfall is distributed throughout the year, it is important to bear in mind that the rainiest months are those between May and October, and the hurricane season between August and November. Therefore, from December to April it will be the most favorable season for catamaran hire in Puerto Rico.

How to get to Puerto Rico

The best way to get to Puerto Rico from Spain is to take a direct flight from Madrid to San Juan, landing at the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU). If you find yourself on another Caribbean island, as well as good air links, you can travel by boat. 

How much does it cost?

Experience the supreme beauty of a Puerto Rico getaway. Immerse yourself in the vivid blue waters, stroll along pristine white sand beaches, and bask in the endless sunshine, creating the ideal backdrop for an unforgettable boat charter. With an abundance of choices, discovering a catamaran that aligns perfectly with your budget has never been easier.

Of course, there are a few factors that will affect the price of your rental. The size of the boat, the length of your stay, and the number of people in your party all play a role in determining the cost. On average, a catamaran rental in Puerto Rico costs approximately $850 per day or $5,950 per week, accommodating an average of 7 guests aboard the boat. With careful planning and an understanding of what you want, it's possible to find a catamaran rental that won't break the bank.

What does this include?

When you rent a boat with Click&Boat, you can expect a fully equipped vessel that comes with all the necessary safety gear, navigation equipment, and amenities to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable sailing experience. Our boats are well-maintained and regularly serviced to ensure the highest standards of safety and reliability.

Best port or dock to keep your boat

San Juan Harbor: A bustling port situated in the vibrant city of San Juan. It offers water, gas, electricity, and WiFi facilities to boaters. The harbor is well-equipped with restaurants, rental equipment, and various services to enhance your boating experience. It features multiple berths capable of accommodating boats of various sizes, with a maximum length of up to 200 feet.

Puerto del Rey Marina: Located in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. It provides essential amenities such as water, gas, electricity, and WiFi access to cater to the needs of boaters. The marina boasts a range of facilities, including restaurants, rental equipment, and a host of services. With over 1,000 berths available, it can accommodate boats up to 175 feet in length.

Marina Pescadería: Situated in the city of Ponce, Puerto Rico. The dock offers amenities such as water, gas, electricity, and WiFi services for the convenience of boaters. It features an on-site restaurant, rental equipment, and various service options to cater to visitors' needs. The marina provides berths suitable for boats of different sizes, with some capable of accommodating vessels up to 150 feet long.

Marina Puerto Chico: Located in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. Boaters can enjoy essential amenities including water, gas, electricity, and WiFi services at this dock. The marina offers a restaurant, rental equipment, and additional services to enhance the boating experience. It provides berths suitable for boats up to 60 feet in length.

Where to sail in Puerto Rico?

  • Vieques: Sail to Vieques and discover pristine beaches, bioluminescent bays, and secluded coves, creating a truly magical experience.
  • Culebra: Explore the crystal-clear waters of Culebra, home to world-renowned Flamenco Beach and a marine reserve teeming with vibrant marine life.
  • Isla de Mona: Venture to Isla de Mona, an uninhabited island with stunning cliffs, impressive caves, and incredible snorkeling and diving opportunities.
  • Fajardo: Begin your sailing journey from Fajardo, a gateway to the stunning Spanish Virgin Islands and a launchpad for unforgettable adventures.
  • Gilligan's Island: Set sail to Gilligan's Island (Cayo Aurora), a small mangrove island surrounded by turquoise waters, perfect for snorkeling, kayaking, and picnicking.
  • Isla Palomino: Cruise to Isla Palomino, a private island offering a tranquil oasis with pristine beaches, clear waters, and luxurious amenities.
  • Icacos Island: Visit Icacos Island, part of the Cordillera Keys Nature Reserve, and enjoy its unspoiled beauty, peaceful beaches, and abundant marine life.

What can you see and do in Puerto Rico?

  • El Yunque National Forest: Explore the lush rainforest, hike to breathtaking waterfalls, and witness the diversity of flora and fauna in this tropical paradise.
  • Old San Juan: Wander through the historic streets of Old San Juan, admire colorful colonial buildings, visit iconic landmarks like Castillo San Felipe del Morro, and immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of the city.
  • Bioluminescent Bay: Experience the awe-inspiring bioluminescent bay, where microscopic organisms emit a captivating glow in the water, creating a magical and otherworldly spectacle.
  • Flamenco Beach: Relax on the pristine shores of Flamenco Beach in Culebra, known for its turquoise waters, powdery white sand, and stunning natural beauty.
  • Castillo San Cristobal: Step back in time at Castillo San Cristobal, a Spanish fortress in San Juan, and marvel at its impressive architecture while learning about Puerto Rico's colonial past.
  • Camuy River Cave Park: Venture into the underground wonders of Camuy River Cave Park, where you can explore vast caverns, admire dramatic stalactites and stalagmites, and witness the power of nature.

Rent a boat with or without a skipper

Many of our boat charters in Puerto Rico come with the option of sailing with a skipper and/or crew. Although this may come at an extra cost, having a skipper on board can, no doubt, provide you with an even more enjoyable experience! Your skipper can adapt the sailing route so that your voyage best suits the desires of you and the rest of your party.

Additionally, setting sail with a skipper will make your voyage even more comfortable! The skipper will take care of all the technical aspects of sailing, so all you need to do is sit back and relax.

If you would like to take charge of your boat charter in Puerto Rico, then bareboat charters are the way to go. Enjoy a bareboat charter if you have a license and set sail at your own pace. You need a valid boating license to enjoy a boat this way so check with the boat owner beforehand to see that your license is valid.

When is the best time of year to rent a boat?

During the high season, from December to April, Puerto Rico experiences warm and comfortable temperatures, with averages in the 70s to 80s °F. This period attracts many tourists due to the favorable weather conditions, making it a popular time for boat rentals.

The shoulder season, which includes the months of May and November, offers a balance between good weather and fewer crowds. Temperatures during this period are still pleasant, with average temperatures ranging from the 70s to 80s °F. The shoulder season is a great time to consider boat rentals as you can enjoy the beauty of Puerto Rico with a bit more tranquility.

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