Rent a Catamaran in the Bahamas
You can find catamarans available to rent in the Bahamas and in different dream destinations around the world on the Nautal website. Flexible cancellation or changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats. Check the conditions established with each boat owner.
The Bahamas are not over-crowded, but still have tourist areas and coastal towns with some hustle and bustle. This means, whether you are looking for a tranquil holiday with a break from civilisation, or a fabulous catamaran charter in the Bahamas with an itinerary jam-packed with the hottest areas, bars and restaurants, the Bahamas has something to offer to all.
What is the price of a charter catamaran in the Bahamas?
Renting a catamaran in the Bahamas costs from 194 euros per day in low season. While in high season the average price of catamarans are from 228 euros per day. Catamarans are generally rented with a captain and the most luxurious vessels come with a crew. Check the mandatory and included extras with the owner.
A crewed catamaran charter in the Bahamas is ideal for those who want to have a chef and other crew members prepare the delicious food and drinks. If you want a crewed catamaran, make sure that your cabin charter counts the total amount of people with them included!
Is it possible to rent a catamaran in the Bahamas with or without skipper?
It is possible to rent a catamaran in the Bahamas with or without a skipper. A bareboat charter in the Bahamas is available for those with a valid nautical boating license. This is ideal for those who want to take care of their Bahamas sailing experience.
You may instead choose to put your feet up and relax while someone else takes charge of getting you and your family or friends to the different sandy beaches on paradise island. Bahamas catamaran charters with a skipper can come at an additional cost or may be included in the price. Check each boat listing to know more.
What to do in the Bahamas?
Bahamas catamaran rentals are ideal to move around this paradise island and the small islets that there are close by. Make your own bahamas catamaran itinerary, whether it is staying on the main island or adventuring to the unknown!
Touristic areas such as Nassau, Grand Bahama and Great Exuma
are great options. The other Bahamas islands are made into groups, each with its own distinct charm.
In Nassau paradise island, you have an equal balance of society and nature. From delicious cuisine to swimming pigs, you can encounter all sorts of tropical wonders! Mermaid Reef near Harbour View Marina Marsh Harbour is a popular snorkeling and scuba diving spot full of underwater sea life and buzz, too. Check out the Exuma catamaran charters or the sailing catamaran nassau bahamas charters! Your sailing vacation is waiting so make sure to make your charter itinerary!
Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park instead has some of the best seascapes in the Bahamas with electric blue water and a backdrop that will leave you wondering how this place exists. This area is popular with divers and boaters for its underwater wonderland. The crystal clear waters, especially on good days, mean you can enjoy a 30-meter-plus visibility. No fishing is permitted. The Exuma Cays, Great Exuma, and Little Exuma are also extremely popular with delicious restaurants, the swimming pigs beach and Thunderball Cave.
Harbour Island, close to Eleuthera, has cute pastel-hued cottages and picturesque pink sand beaches. The rosy-hued shores and popular things to do including diving, snorkeling, fishing and sunbathing.
In the south-east of the Bahamas, you will find more tranquil and calm coastal areas. This area is ideal if you wish to be at one with nature. Treasure Cay on Great Abaco Island is a nice remote spot within reach of civilization, for those who like tranquility, but not too much!
Keep your expectations high and let them be exceeded upon tasting these islands’ scrumptious seafood dishes, spicy flavours and fruity cocktails.
Grilled fish, lobster and stews are all frequent dishes on the menus here, seasoned with favourite flavours such as lemon, garlic, curry and pepper. A mollusc dish called “the conch” is a must-try and is cooked in different ways, too.
Dare we mention how wonderful the cocktails in the Bahamas are? Our go-to sweet treat is the Bahama Mama: a rum, coconut rum, pineapple, orange, lime juice and grenadine wonder which pleases all!
The shallow Bahamas Banks, the Abacos
offer some of the world’s best waters for boating and sailing. The secluded beaches and peaceful islands make this area a dreamy area. There are also flourishing coral reefs through the shores making this an ideal location for our snorkeling lovers! Your bahamas power catamaran charter awaits!
If you like water parks and aquariums, then check out Aquaventure and Atlantis Bahamas.
How is the weather in the Bahamas?
The Bahamas typically have two seasons. A dry season and a wet season. Note: The Bahamas also have a hurricane season (during the wet season from July to September).
The dry season lasts from December to April and temperatures are generally very pleasant, ranging between 20ºC - 25ºC.
The Alizé (French for trade winds) are fairly gentle throughout the year and do not pick up until July to September, when the area is more susceptible to hurricanes.
The water temperature averages between 24ºC and 28ºC in general, perfect for all kinds of aquatic activities, or simply bathing in the beautiful clear blue oasis surrounding your boat rental in the Bahamas.
What ports are in the area?
Catamaran rentals in the Bahamas are popular in several areas, though approximately half of them are based in Nassau.
The remaining catamaran rental locations are listed below:
- Palm Cay Marina
- Harbour View Marina Marsh Harbour
- George Town
- Albany Marina
- Abaco Island
These are excellent ports for mooring catamaran charters.
How to get to the Bahamas?
Leonard M. Thompson International Airport (MHH) in Great Abaco and Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) in New Providence (Nassau) are the largest airports in the Bahamas, with direct flights, as well as connections to Miami Airport, near the Florida Keys.
There are over 20 airports in the Bahamas, so finding a connection shouldn’t be too tricky!