About renting a catamaran in Ibiza
You can find boats available to rent with or without a skipper in Ibiza on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats, catamarans, motorboats and more in Ibiza and/or in the world. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats.
You could say that Ibiza is one of the most famous islands in the world. Along with Formentera, Menorca and Mallorca, the Balearic Islands are formed. Ibiza is located in the Mediterranean Sea with 210 km of coastline, with more than 90 beaches and coves to visit with your luxury catamaran hire. You can access Ibiza by plane thanks to Ibiza International Airport, with flights from different destinations such as London, Barcelona and Manchester. You can also get to your chosen port, may it be the port of Ibiza, Santa Eulalia port or the port of Sant Antoni, by the sea onboard a ferry.
How much does it cost to rent a catamaran in Ibiza?
The cost of renting a catamaran varies depending on what each catamaran listing offers, the capacity and the boat model as well as the season you choose to rent in. Catamaran Ibiza hires can go from $4,774 per week in low season and from $7,286 per week in high season. Catamaran day charters in Ibiza can cost from $1,947 in high season and $1,068 per day in low season.
Is it possible to rent a catamaran in Ibiza with or without skipper?
It is possible to charter catamarans in Ibiza with or without a skipper. If you want to hire a catamaran in Ibiza without a skipper then you will need a valid boating nautical license. This can make your sailing experience one of a kind with you fully in charge of your charter destinations.
Maybe you want your unforgettable experience on your private charter catamaran without any worries! Then rent with a skipper. A catamaran hire in Ibiza with a skipper is ideal so you can fully enjoy your charter experience relaxing while someone else takes charge of sailing your group to the beautiful beaches.
What to do in Ibiza?
Because the catamaran has two engines, stability is much higher. This can give the feeling that you are on board a houseboat. With a cruising speed of about 6 knots, this allows you to visit the most spectacular island destinations within one week. These include; the beach of Ses Salines, Ses Figueretes, Benirràs or Cala Vedella.
Your catamaran charter in Ibiza can be moored in various ports, due to the great variety that Ibiza has to offer. These include; Port d'Eivissa, Les Salines, Ibiza Marina, Ibiza Magna, Marina Botafoch, Club Náutico Sant Antoni and the Club Náutico Ibiza. Due to the stability of the catamaran and its luxurious interior comfort, it is therefore possible to experience trips of a greater distance. This means that you could even visit other destinations such as; Menorca
, Ibiza, Mallorca
, Denia or even Barcelona.
Many people decide to jump back and forth from Ibiza and Formentera
especially for Formentera’s vineyards and olive trees. If you would like to discover the best destinations in Ibiza such as Cala Compte, and witness spectacular sunsets, be sure to sail with a skipper to have the best experience possible.
Make sure you get the chance to discover the South of the island. This is because it is one of the most recommended spots by locals of the island. Starting from Marina Santa Eulalia, you will get the opportunity to practise different water sports, like diving or surfing. Do not forget that Ibiza has many places to anchor aboard a catamaran. A few examples of these are; anchorages of Port des Torrent, Cala d'en Sardina, Cala d'Hort and Cala Compte de Tramontana.
Of course, you may not be a party animal. If you want a break from the Ibizan nightlife, set sail for Las Salinas
where you can see the salt flats, and check out the local flamingoes. Steer your catamaran for Puerto de San Miguel where you can see the Can Marçà caves
, with 100,000 years of history, a former home to pirates and smugglers. Claustrophobics are better off staying onboard, but if you’re feeling daring you can explore the stalactites, stalagmites, and rock pools. Don’t miss out on these beautiful hidden gems and make a catamaran rent in Ibiza!
Want to know which local dishes are worth trying while you’re renting a catamaran in Ibiza? Like every popular tourist destination, the White Island is full of international restaurants - but dig a little, and you’ll be able to accompany your sailing adventure with some great local cuisine. Ibiza’s an island, so it’s no surprise that you’ll find plenty of delicious Mediterranean seafood. Bullit de peix is a fresh fish stew, while frita de pulpo is a fried octopus dish that you’ll find everywhere. Meat lovers won’t be disappointed either, with the sausage and potato dish of sofrit pagès. Just remember that Ibizan cuisine tends to feature a lot of garlic, and don’t forget your breath mints…
You’re having fun with your catamaran rental in Ibiza by day - but what should you do when the sun sets? Ibiza is a world famous clubbing destination, where dance music lovers from all across Europe come together. At night, look for famous destinations like Amnesia, Privilege or Pacha, probably the best-known nightclub on the island. Drop anchor in San Antonio for a night you’ll never forget.
How is the weather and sailing conditions in Ibiza?
Ibiza triumphs worldwide as a holiday destination, thanks to its Mediterranean climate with pleasant temperatures of 24 degrees on average. This therefore means that the sailing season extends beyond the summer, from April to late October. Whilst enjoying your Catamaran rental in Ibiza be sure to have a swim in its refreshing waters with temperatures of 27 degrees in the summer months. The Ibiza winds blow from sea to land, and generally from the South and East, but the intensity of these are low, thus allowing smooth sailing.
Which are the most popular ports in Ibiza?
These are the most popular ports for a catamaran rental near you:
- Port de Sant Antoni
- Port d’Evissa
- Ses Salines
How to get to Ibiza?
Fortunately, Ibiza is very easily accessible. Ibiza Airport serves as the international airport for the Baleares. You can also get a ferry to the island from Barcelona, Valencia and Denia. The Balearia service operates up to 9 times a week and journeys vary from approx. 3 hours. On the other hand, you could always sail to Ibiza, one of the most popular places of departure being Barcelona, where Nautal have many boats to offer, and Mallorca, another Balearic island.