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Charter Catamaran Catana Group Bali 4.6 - 5 + 2 cab. Placencia
Placencia
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Catana Group - Bali 4.6 - 5 + 2 cab. | 12 people (2024)

12
12
With or without a skipper

From €1,109 per day

Charter Catamaran LAGOON 450 F with watermaker & A/C - PLUS Placencia
Placencia

LAGOON - 450 F with watermaker & A/C - PLUS | 12 people (2019)

12
12
Without a skipper

Charter Motorboat Sea Ray L650 Fly Belize
Belize

Sea Ray - L650 Fly | 8 people (2015)

8
4
With a skipper

From €4,250 per day

Charter Sailboat Grampian Triangle 32 Belize
Belize
4.3
 (2)

Grampian - Triangle 32 | 4 people (1961)

4
4
With a skipper

From €375 per day

Charter Catamaran  Sunsail 454L Placencia
Discount offer
Placencia

- Sunsail 454L | 11 people (2021)

11
11
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €500 per day

Charter Catamaran FOUNTAINE PAJOT Helia 44 Luxe - GINGEMBRE Placencia
Placencia
1.3
 (1)

FOUNTAINE PAJOT - Helia 44 Luxe - GINGEMBRE | 12 people (2017)

12
10
Without a skipper

Charter Catamaran Moorings 5000-5 Placencia
Discount offer
Placencia

Moorings - 5000-5 | 8 people (2019)

8
8
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €1,425 per day

Charter Catamaran  Moorings 4000 Placencia
Discount offer
Placencia

- Moorings 4000 | 10 people (2020)

10
10
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €330 per day

Boat rentals in Belize

Belize is a small and diverse nation in the Yucatan Peninsula. It is a paradise for those seeking a unique and captivating maritime experience. With its azure waters, vibrant coral reefs, and lush tropical landscapes, Belize is a haven for boating enthusiasts. Embarking on a boat rental adventure in Belize promises an unforgettable journey filled with breathtaking vistas and thrilling aquatic encounters. From tranquil cays to ancient Mayan ruins along the coast, this Central American gem offers a blend of natural wonders and cultural heritage that can best be explored by boat.

This is the only English-speaking country in Central America! With breathtaking stretches of sun-kissed beaches and turquoise hues of the Caribbean Sea. Not to mention more than 200 offshore islands and cays where more stretches of beaches await your arrival. Belize boat rentals are one of a kind, allowing you to make the most of the country and have a sailing holiday you'll never forget.

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

Boat rentals in Belize vary in cost depending on the type of boat, characteristics of the ship and additional services and equipment that may be included in the price.

Sailboat

Our prices for sailboat rentals begin at €350/day and €2,500/ week in low season and €685/day and €4,795/ week in high season.

Motorboat

Our prices for motorboat rentals begin at €4,250 /day.

Catamaran

Our prices for catamaran charters begin at €434/day and €3,038/ week in low season and €1,870/day and €13,090/ week in high season.

What is included in the cost?

The cost of your Belize sailing experience covers the use of the vessel for the entire duration. Still, it may vary depending on the additional services and extras the boat owners offer. The necessary safety equipment is included to ensure a safe and worry-free sailing holiday, our top priority at Nautal.

What are the mooring fees?

The mooring fees in Belize can vary depending on the location, season and the type of mooring. Some areas may have free mooring options, while others may charge a fee ranging from a few dollars per day to over $50. It's best to check with local marinas or harbour managers for specific information on mooring fees in the area you plan to visit to help you better plan your trip!

Is renting a boat in Belize with or without a skipper possible?

Doing a Belize boat charter with or without a skipper is possible. It is a great idea to make your boat charter in Belize with a skipper if you don't want to worry about the technicalities of sailing. Skippers are nautical experts and will ensure your charter is all-smooth sailing, and you get to explore spots on your itinerary. Apart from their extensive skill set, they are often locals, meaning they know the area like the back of their hand and might even introduce you to some hidden gems!

Do you want complete freedom and to be more spontaneous depending on what you see on the way? A Belize bareboat charter could be a great idea, then! You will need a valid boating license or certificate of competency if you want to bareboat charter.

When is the best time to sail in Belize?

Belize has fantastic weather conditions year-round, perfect for a summer or winter getaway. All year you can expect high temperatures to be around 31°C and low temperatures to be 20°C. Sailing in Belize is an excellent idea, with temperatures inviting you to enjoy fantastic snorkelling and seeing places like South Water Cay. The high season in Belize generally runs from mid-December to mid-April, which coincides with the dry season and cooler temperatures. During this time, the weather is typically sunny and dry, with lower humidity and temperatures.

Which are the most popular ports in Belize?

Belize City Marina

Belize City Marina is approximately 17 kilometres from Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport. With 50 berths available, it serves as a central hub for boaters. The marina offers essential amenities, including fuel, water, electricity, provisioning, restaurants, and shops. This marina's strategic position in Belize City makes it an ideal starting point for exploring the nearby cays and magnificent coral reefs.

Placencia Marina

Placencia Marina is situated around 4 kilometres from Placencia Airstrip. Boasting 32 berths, the marina is well-equipped and modern. It offers essential facilities such as fuel, water, electricity, provisioning, and a picturesque setting perfect for adventurers exploring the southern coast of Belize. Its convenient location and amenities make it an excellent choice for boaters seeking coastal exploration.

San Pedro Marina

Approximately 0.5 kilometres from San Pedro Airstrip on Ambergris Caye, San Pedro Marina features 70 berths. It offers various services, including boat rentals, tours, water sports equipment, and diving excursions. With its strategic position, the marina provides easy access to the Belize Barrier Reef, making it a central hub for boaters exploring the iconic coral reefs and underwater wonders.

How to get to Belize?

The best way to get to Belize is by flying to Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport (BZE) in Belize City. From here, you can take a domestic flight to your final destination or rent a car, taxi or bus. Belize has a sound bus system that is both inexpensive and reliable. This is a great way to immerse yourself in the culture of Belize.

What to do and see during my Belize boat rental?

A yacht charter in Belize is one of the best ways to make the most of your sailing vacation. With more than 200 offshore islands and cays and a long stretch of coastline, there are many secret places to live your deserted island fantasies.

Snorkelling

Belize has some of the best snorkelling in the world. The second-largest barrier reef straddles the coast with abundant coral and tropical fish to discover! There are numerous spots to snorkel in Belize. The possibilities are endless.

Mexico Rocks & Tres Cocos

This snorkelling area is known for having some giant brain corals and elkhorn coral along the reef. This is an excellent spot for both beginner and experienced snorkelers. You can also find marine life such as flounders, stingrays, yellowtail snappers, angelfish, hawksbill turtles and more.

Beautiful Beaches

If you're looking for your perfect beach paradise, we have a few beaches you won't want to miss. Placencia Peninsula, a palm-fringed coast, is 16 miles of golden sand and emerald waters. There is also Placencia Village, where you can eat at excellent restaurants or enjoy delicious coffee and coffee shops! On your Belize boat rental, you can visit some outlying cays, which will surely give you that deserted beach your heart desires. Southwest Caye is another beautiful long white-sand beach.

Where to sail from Belize?

Glover's Reef Atoll

Glover's Reef Atoll is a pristine marine reserve located off the coast of Belize. It offers a remote and unspoiled sailing experience. This UNESCO World Heritage Site boasts crystal-clear waters, vibrant coral reefs, and a wide range of marine life. Sailors can anchor near the atoll's islands, where they can snorkel, dive, and explore the underwater wonders. The tranquil lagoon within the atoll provides a serene backdrop for relaxation and water activities.

Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley

Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley are two of Belize's most famous snorkelling and diving sites, and they are equally captivating for sailors. The reserve's shallow waters teem with marine life, including colourful fish, rays, and even nurse sharks. Sailing into this protected area offers the chance to anchor near the reserve and snorkel alongside the incredible marine biodiversity. The vibrant coral formations and close encounters with gentle sharks and rays make for an unforgettable experience.

South Water Caye Marine Reserve

South Water Caye Marine Reserve is a haven for sailors seeking natural beauty and cultural charm. This picturesque Caye offers stunning beaches, swaying palm trees, and crystal-clear waters. Sailors can anchor near the caye and explore its vibrant underwater world, characterized by colorful corals and diverse marine species. The nearby Garifuna village of Dangriga provides an opportunity to immerse oneself in local culture, making this destination a perfect blend of relaxation and enrichment.

Laughing Bird Caye National Park

Laughing Bird Caye National Park is a small but captivating caye known for its pristine beaches and vibrant marine life. Sailing to this protected area provides the chance to anchor near the caye and enjoy snorkeling or diving amidst the colorful coral gardens and tropical fish. The calm and clear waters make it an excellent spot for water activities, and the caye's laid-back ambiance allows for a peaceful retreat surrounded by nature.

Tobacco Caye

Tobacco Caye is a charming island that embodies the idyllic Caribbean paradise. With its palm-fringed shores and coral-rich waters, it's a sailor's dream destination. Anchor near the caye to enjoy snorkeling, diving, and relaxing on the beach. The small size of the island creates an intimate atmosphere, where visitors can truly disconnect from the outside world and embrace the tranquility of the sea.

Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker is a beloved destination for sailors and travelers alike. With its laid-back vibe and colorful Caribbean charm, the island offers a blend of relaxation and adventure. Sailors can anchor near Caye Caulker's shores and explore its vibrant marine life through snorkeling and diving. The island's bustling main street, delicious local cuisine, and friendly atmosphere create an unforgettable experience both on and off the water.

Ambergris Caye

Ambergris Caye is the largest of Belize's cayes and a popular sailing destination. Its diverse offerings include everything from luxurious resorts to quaint fishing villages. Sailors can anchor near the caye and enjoy a mix of water activities, exploring the colorful marine life, and venturing inland to discover charming towns and archaeological sites. The caye's lively atmosphere and stunning coastal views make it a must-visit for sailors seeking a dynamic Belizean experience.

Which type of boat is best to charter a yacht in Belize?

The type of boat that you choose for your Belize yacht charter will depend on the needs of you and your fellow travellers! It's important to factor in how much time you'll spend on the water and find the perfect boat accordingly. Shooter trips such as a day-long or weekend charter are best suited to crafts such as Motorboats, RIBs and Jet skis. For a week or longer, vessels such as yachts and catamarans are more spacious for charters. Amenities on board, such as a kitchen, bathroom and cabins, are included to accommodate your needs. Please look at the capacity of the boats in our fleet below.

Sailboat

Our available sailboats can accommodate up to 6 guests and include up to 3 cabins.

Motorboat

Our available motorboats can accommodate up to 8 guests and include up to 4 cabins.

Catamaran

Our available catamarans can accommodate up to 12 guests and include up to 6 cabins.


Frequently Asked Questions about Belize

What is the daily cost to rent a boat in Belize?

The average cost of renting a boat in Belize is approximately €672 per day. Various factors can influence the cost of a boat charter, such as the season, the year the boat was built, and the equipment. Prices can range between €190 and €6,694 per day.

What is the daily cost of a skipper in Belize?

The cost of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Belize, the average price for a skipper is about €105 per day.

What are the top boat manufacturers in Belize?

The top boat manufacturers in Belize are Beneteau and Jeanneau.

Can I add snorkeling gear, SUP boards, or wakeboards to my boat rental in Belize?

Many owners in Belize provide a variety of extras that can be added to your booking. These can be VHF, Paddle or Canoe Kayak.

Is it possible to rent a boat without a license in Belize?

In Belize there are 2 boats available for rent without a license. Additionally, you can rent many boats with a skipper.

Good to know

Boats available:16 boats
Popular types of boats:Motorboat, Sailboat, Catamaran
Average price:€672 per day
Low season price:€190 per day
High season price:€6,694 per day
Brands:Jeanneau, Beneteau, and more

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