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Charter Motorboat Cranchi Turchese 24 Como
Como
5.0
 (2)

Cranchi - Turchese 24 | 6 people (2004)

6
2
Super owner
With a skipper

From €1,450 per day

Charter Motorboat Jeanneau Runabout 755 Como
Como
5.0
 (1)

Jeanneau - Runabout 755 | 5 people (2003)

5
With a skipper

From €1,500 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Bellingardo Gozzo 500 Como
Como
4.8
 (37)

Bellingardo - Gozzo 500 | 4 people (2019)

4
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €150 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Bellingardo Gozzo Como
Como
New

Bellingardo - Gozzo | 4 people (2019)

4
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €220 per day

Charter Motorboat Rio 750 Day Como
Como
New

Rio - 750 Day | 6 people (1996)

6
2
With a skipper

From €1,200 per day

Charter Motorboat Karnic Sl 601 Como
Como
5.0
 (1)

Karnic - Sl 601 | 8 people (2024)

8
With a skipper

From €1,300 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Marinello Eden 18 Como
Como
4.8
 (23)

Marinello - Eden 18 | 7 people (2022)

7
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €600 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Marino Atom 450 Como
Como
4.8
 (61)

Marino - Atom 450 | 5 people (2023)

5
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €330 per day

Charter Motorboat Comitti Venezia 28 Como
Discount offer
Como
New

Comitti - Venezia 28 | 8 people (2024)

8
With a skipper

From €2,000 per day

Charter Motorboat Cranchi Aquamarina 31 Como
Como
New

Cranchi - Aquamarina 31 | 10 people (2023)

10
With a skipper

From €1,800 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Marino Atom 450 Como
Como
4.8
 (103)

Marino - Atom 450 | 5 people (2023)

5
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €190 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Marino Atom Como
Como
4.7
 (46)

Marino - Atom | 5 people (2023)

5
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €120 per day

Charter Motorboat Colombo Colombo 21 Super Indios Como
Como
4.6
 (3)

Colombo - Colombo 21 Super Indios | 4 people (1970)

4
With a skipper

From €1,650 per day

Charter Motorboat Cranchi Corallo Como
Discount offer
Como
New

Cranchi - Corallo | 7 people (1997)

7
With a skipper

From €1,700 per day

Charter Motorboat Cranchi Csl 27 Como
Como
New

Cranchi - Csl 27 | 7 people (2004)

7
With a skipper

From €1,800 per day

Charter Motorboat Tullio Abbate Sea Star Como
Como
New

Tullio Abbate - Sea Star | 5 people (2000)

5
With a skipper

From €1,600 per day

Charter Motorboat Baylliner Capri Como
Como
New

Baylliner - Capri | 5 people (2008)

5
2
With a skipper

From €1,200 per day

Charter Motorboat Airon Marine Airon Marine 223 Como
Como
New

Airon Marine - Airon Marine 223 | 6 people (2002)

6
With a skipper

From €1,500 per day

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Lake Como Boat Rental 

Lake Como, situated in Northern Italy, is notorious for its breath-taking scenery set against the foothills of the Alps. Lake Como boat rental is a perfect idea for small or large groups of people. This is because there is lots to explore, and you definitely don’t want to miss out on those idyllic shorelines. The shape of the lake resembles an upside-down Y, with three branches that meet together at the resort town of Bellagio. At the bottom of the southwest branch, you will find the city of Como, which is very well known for its architecture and access to the mountain town of Brunate. 

Enchanting Lake Como is a boaters’ paradise. If you are wondering how to rent a boat for a week, with or without skipper, and the relative prices, then you are spoilt for choice. Motorboats are popular, favoured by the typical Como jet-set clientele. If you want to be part of the international glamour scene and experience the thrill of jetting around these exclusive and beguiling waters in a snazzy speedboat, then take advantage of Lake Como’s fuss-free rental facilities and book your boat, with skipper or without, for as long as you like. Most book for a week, and prices vary according to type and size of boat. Flexible date change or cancellation is available up to 15 days before check-in on selected vessels, so be sure to check with the individual boat owners what the conditions are for your chosen boat. 

Why should you consider a Lake Como boat rental? 

In order to experience the freedom of the water, boat hire in Lake Como is imperative. Without a boat, it would be impossible to discover all the magical places around the lake. Sit back, relax and enjoy the views while a skipper guides your Lake Como boat rental to all the best places! Or perhaps you would prefer to captain your own vessel? The choice is absolutely yours, either way, it’s certainly the experience of a lifetime. Who knows, you might even spot George Clooney! 

How much does Lake Como boat hire cost? 

There are many different factors that can affect the price of Lake Como boat rental.  A few of these factors include the size and model of the boat, the season, the duration of your trip and the type of boat.  If you want to rent a skippered Lake Como charter, this will also usually cost more as well.  Below is a list of prices according to boat type: 

For a Lake Como boat rental with no licence, prices start at €281 per half day, €420 per full day or €1615 per week during low season, but rise to €305 per half day, €443 per full day, or €2307 per week during high season. 

To hire a Lake Como speed boat, you will typically need to pay at least €323 for a half day, €600 for a full day, or €4198 for a week. 

A Lake Como yacht rental can cost anywhere from around €760 per half day, €1442 per full day, or €10092 per week. 

Can you find a Lake Como boat rental with or without a skipper? 

Yes, it is possible to go boating on Lake Como either with or without a skipper.  However, to book a bareboat charter, you must make sure that you have the appropriate boating licence.  If in doubt, check with the boat owner before booking the boat to ensure no nasty surprises when you get there. 

A skippered charter on Lake Como is perfect for people who want to relax during their nautical adventure, without having to worry about the technicalities of sailing the boat.  On the other hand, if you’re looking for a trip that’s full of adventure and spontaneity, you should book up a bareboat charter and take your Lake Como boat hire wherever you please, stopping off whenever you want. 

What weather and sailing conditions can you expect while boating on Lake Como? 

The weather on Lake Como is subject to great seasonal variation. You will typically see the hottest temperatures for your lake Como boat rental in July, when the temperature can get as high as 80°F (26.5°C).  In contrast, January is the coldest month, with temperatures dipping as low as 29°F (-1.5°C). 

The wettest month in Lake Como, which usually sees around 4.1 inches (10.4cm) of rain, is May.  On the other hand, if you go in January, which usually sees just 1.6 inches (4.1cm), you are guaranteed plenty of sun.  April is the windiest month, with wind speeds getting as high as 4.5 mph (7.2 kph).  August is usually the calmest month, with wind speeds reaching just 3.6 mph (5.8 kph). 

When is the best time for a Lake Como boat hire 

The best time to go boating on Lake Como depends on what sort of holiday you’re looking for. If you want the best temperatures, you should go during the summer months.  However, during this time, there will likely be a lot of tourists, and for people who aren’t used to the sticky summer heat in Italy, the temperatures may be a little overwhelming.  May is the month when you will probably get the best mixture of slightly fewer tourists and more manageable temperatures, but you should be prepared for a little more rain in this month (although this could help to cool you down a little).  Generally speaking, we would recommend a Lake Como boat rental in either April or May, to avoid the crowds of tourists and take advantage of temperatures that are warm, but not too much so. 

What to do with your Lake Como boat rental 


Exploration 

Majestic Alps, lush green vegetation and colourful villages, glorious historic villas like Villa d’Este, castles like Castello di Vezio, and the blue lake dotted with motorboats: this is your daily panorama. There are a wide variety of towns and villages on the shores of the lake, so a Lake Como charter truly is the best way to explore. Renting a boat gives you freedom of movement over the whole lake, and renting for a week will often get you price discounts. The larger towns, such as Lecco, Varenna, Bellagio and Como itself are magnificent lakeside towns, with ports or marinas that are well-equipped for the bustling lake traffic. You can pick up your Lake Como boat hire (with skipper or without) in Lecco or in Porto di Laglio, just north of Como. 

Some say that Lake Como is a ‘shopper’s paradise’. It has a full range of services which you would expect to find in a large city centre. If you don’t feel like getting your ‘shop’ on, why not head to the historic centre and have a wander around the cathedral. The pedestrianised piazza has many cafes and restaurants for you to indulge. There are nice views, a faded pink church to visit and lots of walking trails for the more energetic. 

Visit Isola Comacina

You will need to book a Lake Como boat rental to visit the lake’s only island. Renting for a week (with or without skipper) gives you plenty of time to visit this small island of ancient woods and gardens. Although practically uninhabited now (there are some tourist facilities including restaurants), it is truly fascinating and well worth a visit. You feel the touch of the island’s rich history here: Comacina has seen Roman legions and the armies of Frederico Barbarossa. It was a strategic centre until the middle-ages when it supported the wrong side in wars between Como and Milan. The people fled and since then it has been this half-wild, yet beautiful green dot in the centre of the lake. 

How to get to your Lake Como boat rental? 

There are 3 airports in Milan. Malpensa (40 mins), Linate (40 Mins) and Milan Bergamo (60-70 mins). They are all accessible by bus from the airport itself to Milano Centrale station and then by train direct to Como San Giovanni station, where you can pick up a bus to anywhere else on the Lake. 

Good to know

Boats available:47 boats
Popular types of boats:Sailboat, Without license, Motorboat
Average price:€605 per day
Low season price:€86 per day
High season price:€4,725 per day
Brands:Lagoon, Bali, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Como

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

The average cost of renting a boat in Como is approximately €605 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 €86 and €4,725 per day.

What is the daily cost of a skipper in Como?

The cost of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Como, the average price for a skipper is about €140 per day.

What are the top boat manufacturers in Como?

The top boat manufacturers in Como are Bali and Lagoon.

What is included in the rental price of a boat in Como?

The cost of renting a boat in Como generally includes amenities such as Bimini, Bathing, Sunbath, and more.

What is the average boat length in Como?

The average boat length in Como is 8 meters.

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