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Charter Catamaran BOSTON WHALER Conquest 44 Whitsunday Islands
Whitsunday Islands

BOSTON WHALER - Conquest 44 | 12 people (2005)

12
10
Without a skipper

Charter Catamaran Custom Catamaran Tonga 39 Airlie Beach
Airlie Beach

Custom Catamaran - Tonga 39 | 24 people (1989)

24
With a skipper

From €5,786 per day

Charter Sailboat Classic Gaff-rigged Schooner Gloucester schooner Airlie Beach
Airlie Beach

Classic Gaff-rigged Schooner - Gloucester schooner | 24 people (1988)

24
With a skipper

From €1,580 per day

Charter Sailboat Bavaria Cruiser 51 Fremantle
Fremantle

Bavaria - Cruiser 51 | 12 people (2015)

12
8
With a skipper

From €2,143 per day

Charter Motorboat Stingray 225lr Port Macquarie
Port Macquarie
1.0
 (1)

Stingray - 225lr | 10 people (2013)

10
1
With or without a skipper

From €200 per day

Charter Motorboat Pontoon Pontus Melbourne
Melbourne

Pontoon - Pontus | 11 people (2022)

11
With a skipper

From €750 per day

Charter Motor yacht Outer Reef 70 Cairns
Cairns

Outer Reef - 70 | 12 people (2010)

12
12
With a skipper

From €5,160 per day

Charter Motor yacht Warren Yachts Supernova 77 Sydney
Sydney

Warren Yachts Supernova - 77 | 1 person (2009)

1
6
With a skipper

From €5,860 per day

Charter RIB Tornado 5.8 Multipurpose RIB Sydney
Sydney

Tornado - 5.8 Multipurpose RIB | 8 people (2016)

8
Without a skipper

From €900 per day

Charter Catamaran Seawind 1000 Gold Coast
Gold Coast

Seawind - 1000 | 20 people (2016)

20
6
With a skipper

From €154 per day

Charter Catamaran Seawind 1050 Resort Sydney
Sydney

Seawind - 1050 Resort | 30 people (2008)

30
Without a skipper

From €1,973 per day

Charter Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis 40.7 Sydney
Sydney

Beneteau - Oceanis 40.7 | 10 people (2014)

10
8
Without a skipper

From €2,090 per day

Charter Sailboat Catalina 320 Mk11 Melbourne
Melbourne

Catalina - 320 Mk11 | 9 people (2008)

9
4
With a skipper

From €922 per day

Charter Catamaran Custom Built 43ft Catamaran Sydney
Sydney

Custom Built - 43ft Catamaran | 35 people (2008)

35
8
With a skipper

From €2,706 per day

Charter Catamaran SEAWIND 1000 Sydney
Sydney

SEAWIND - 1000 | 1 person (1994)

1
Without a skipper

From €366 per day

Charter Sailboat Catalina 355 Melbourne
Melbourne

Catalina - 355 | 10 people (2011)

10
4
With a skipper

From €983 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 54 Ds Airlie Beach
Airlie Beach

Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey 54 Ds | 6 people (2003)

6
6
With a skipper

From €2,941 per day

Charter Catamaran FOUNTAINE PAJOT LIPARI 41 Australia
Australia

FOUNTAINE PAJOT - LIPARI 41 | 10 people (2010)

10
10
Without a skipper

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Rent a boat in Australia with Nautal

If you're planning to explore the beautiful coastlines and waterways of Australia, boat charters are an excellent way to experience the country's natural beauty up close. Fortunately, Nautal provides an easy and convenient platform to find boats available for rent, with or without a skipper.

A boat rental in Australia provides an unparalleled opportunity to explore the country's coastline and heavenly beaches. You'll have the freedom to sail at your own pace and discover hidden coves, secluded beaches sprinkled with white sand, and stunning landscapes that are only accessible from the water.

From the Great Barrier Reef to the Whitsunday Islands, there are countless destinations to explore and discover onboard your rented vessel. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or a first-time boater, a yacht charter in Australia is an adventure that you won't soon forget.

What price are boat rentals in Australia?

When you charter a yacht in Australia, there are a few factors that will influence the price. The season in which you embark, the type and size of boat you choose and the number of guests onboard will impact the final cost. The addition of a skipper and/or crewed yacht charter may also increase the price. Take a look at the types of boats available in our fleet below:

Sailboat

An Australian sailboat rental costs around €2,300/week in the high season and €1,700/week in the low season for 8 people.

Motorboat

A motorboat rental in Australia costs around €320/day in the high season and €270/day in the low season for 6 people.

Catamaran

A catamaran charter in Australia costs around €4,350/week in the high season and €2,900/week in the low season for 10 people.

What is included in the cost?

The cost covers the usage of the vessel for the length of your boating experience. The essential safety equipment is included to ensure a secure and worry- free journey.

The cost may differ from boat to boat and may depend on the additional services and extras provided by the boat owner. Fuel will typically require an extra payment and will also depend on the type of boat and length of your journey.

How much are mooring fees?

The mooring fees in Australia vary widely depending on the location, size of the vessel, and duration of stay.

In general, the mooring fees in Australia can range from around AUD 20 to AUD 100 per night for a typical yacht. This would convert to roughly EUR 12 to EUR 62 per night. Moorings in premium locations such as the Great Barrier Reef and Sydney Harbour will be significantly higher.

Is it possible to charter a boat in Australia with or without a skipper?

You can rent a boat in Australia with or without a skipper. If you're new to boating or unfamiliar with the area, renting with a skipper is a great option to ensure safety and relaxation. They can also provide valuable insights into the local culture and history, and recommend the best spots for swimming, snorkelling, and other water activities.

On the other hand, if you have the appropriate licence or experience, an Australia boat rental without a skipper is great. This gives you the freedom and independence to explore the waterways and coastline at your own pace. You can chart your own course, discover new destinations, and enjoy the thrill of being in control of a vessel on the open water. Which are the most popular ports in Australia?

Which are the most popular ports in Australia?

In New South Wales, Sydney is undoubtedly one of the most popular ports for boat hires in Australia. From here, you can explore the stunning Sydney Harbour, take in the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge, and even venture out to the nearby beaches and islands. However, if you're looking for a quieter location, nearby areas such as Cronulla offer a more relaxed atmosphere.

Queensland is an excellent choice for those who want to experience the Great Barrier Reef up close. Abell Point Marina and Airlie Beach are two of the most popular locations for yacht hires in Australia, offering easy access to the stunning Whitsunday Islands and other nearby attractions. For a more secluded and intimate experience, Shute Harbour and Long Island are also great options.

In Victoria, you can rent a boat from Melbourne and explore the beautiful coastline of the Mornington Peninsula or venture further south to catch a glimpse of Tasmania. Loch Sport is another popular port for boat rentals in this area, providing easy access to the picturesque Gippsland Lakes.

For those looking to sail the Indian Ocean and explore the West Coast, Perth is a fantastic option. With its sunny weather, clear waters, and stunning coastline, Perth offers endless opportunities for sailing adventures. From here, you can explore the nearby islands and beaches, or even venture further afield to destinations such as Rottnest Island or Shark Bay.

Other Sailing Areas in Australia

Australia boasts a stunning coastline with a plethora of amazing areas for sailing and exploring. Are you ready to explore this gem in the South Pacific? Here are some other sailing areas that are worth visiting during your boat charter in Australia:

The Whitsundays

The Whitsundays is a popular destination for a reason. The stunning islands that are blessed by the Great Barrier Reef make it an ideal location for a sailing holiday. Chartering your own private yacht is the best way to explore the Barrier Reef at your own pace. Whether you're looking for a quick afternoon sail or a longer trip, the Whitsundays offer endless opportunities for adventure.

Moreton Bay

Moreton Bay, located on the coast between Stradbroke Island, Moreton, and mainland Australia, is another fantastic sailing destination. This beautiful bay is easily accessible from Brisbane and is perfect for couples looking for a romantic getaway or families looking to pack in as many activities as possible. The area is known for its marine life, making it a hotspot for scuba diving,, swimmers, and sailors alike.

Great Sandy Strait

The Great Sandy Strait, situated between Bundaberg and the Sunshine Coast, is another stunning sailing location. The crystal-clear waters are perfect for daytime swims and offer an abundance of marine life, including dolphins, turtles, whales, and dugongs. Renting a boat in this area is an excellent way to explore the beautiful scenery and soak up the tranquillity of the ocean.

Port Jackson, Sydney

For a more classic sailing holiday, consider a boat hire in Port Jackson, Sydney. This area is perfect for combining your sailing adventure with a visit to iconic sights such as the Opera House and Bondi Beach. Port Jackson is also surrounded by the Sydney Harbour National Park, offering endless opportunities for exploring the natural beauty of the area.

How is the weather in Australia?

Australia's weather varies greatly depending on the region. The country has a variety of climates ranging from tropical to temperate and arid. The Northern Territory, Queensland and Western Australia, have a tropical climate, while the southern regions have a more temperate climate. The interior of the country, known as the Outback, is arid and can be very hot.

From October to April, Australia experiences its summer season, with average temperatures hovering around 33°C. This period coincides with the high season for sailing, as mentioned earlier. However, this is also the time when the Australian cyclone season occurs, which can cause disruptions to travel plans and is not favourable for sailing conditions . It is important to keep an eye on weather forecasts and warnings during this period.

During the winter months, from June to August, temperatures are mild, with average daily temperatures around 24°Cin July. Even though it's winter, the weather is still pleasant, and overnight temperatures rarely fall below 5°C.

The average annual rainfall in Australia is 532mm, but it varies greatly depending on the region. Some areas, such as the tropical north, can experience heavy rainfall during the wet season.. It is important to be prepared for the weather conditions when planning a sailing trip in Australia and to check weather forecasts before setting out.

When is the best time for sailing holidays in Australia?

When planning a sailing holiday in Australia, it's important to consider the best time to go based on your preferences and priorities. Generally, the high season for sailing is from late November to March when the weather is warm and sunny, making it a perfect time to hit the water. However, it is worth noting that this period coincides with the Australian cyclone season. Although the likelihood of a cyclone occurring during your trip is low, it's something to keep in mind and take precautions against.

Another factor to consider during the high season is that it coincides with the Australian summer holidays, which means crowded beaches and more competition for boat rentals. On the other hand, the low season for sailing in Australia is during the winter months, from June to August.

While the weather can be more variable during this time, winter temperatures in Australia are usually mild, making it an attractive option for those looking to escape colder climates. Moreover, the low season offers the opportunity to find better deals and to avoid the crowds that flock to popular destinations during the high season.

How to get to Australia?

Australia is well-connected to the rest of the world with regular flights to the east-coast cities from Europe, North America, and Southeast Asia. The price of airfare varies based on the season, with the highest prices occurring two weeks before and after Christmas.

However, during the “shoulder” seasons between late February to May and mid-August to November, fares tend to drop. This makes it a good time to travel if you want to save some money and find a bargain! The cheapest fares are typically available during the low season, which runs from June to mid-August.

Which is the perfect boat for my Australia boat rental?

If you're in the market for a boat hire, you've come to the right place. Choosing the perfect boat for your needs can be a daunting task, but we're here to guide you every step of the way!

For day or weekend charters, we recommend our selection of motorboats, Jet Skis, and RIBs. These vessels are perfect for cruising around and exploring the local area.

If you're looking for a more luxurious and spacious option for a week-long charter, then look no further than our selection of catamarans and yachts. These vessels are ideal for families and groups of friends who want to enjoy a relaxing and comfortable sailing experience. For those who are seeking an authentic sailing experience, our sailboats are the perfect choice.

Take a look at the capacity of our vessels below:

Sailboat

Our sailboats accommodate 4 - 12 guests and include up to 5 cabins.

Motorboat

Our motorboats accommodate 6 - 10 guests.

Catamaran

Our Catamarans accommodate 6 - 13 guests and include up to 6 cabins.


Good to know

Boats available :95 boats available
Popular Popular types of boats:Sailboat, Catamaran, Motorboat
Skipper: €100 per day
Low season price: €2,299 per day
High season price:€2,759 per day
Brands:Beneteau, Jeanneau, and more

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