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Charter Sailboat Dufour Dufour 44 Performance Barcelona
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Barcelona
5.0
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Dufour - Dufour 44 Performance | 12 people (2007)

12
10
Super owner
With a skipper

From €486 per day

Charter Sailboat Dufour Dufour 44 Performance Barcelona
Barcelona
5.0
 (5)

Dufour - Dufour 44 Performance | 12 people (2007)

12
10
Super owner
With a skipper

From €1,986 per day

Charter Motor yacht Berwick Fairmile Trawler Barcelona
Barcelona
New

Berwick - Fairmile Trawler | 6 people (1962)

6
3
With a skipper

From €3,000 per day

Charter Motor yacht FILIPPETTI S55 Barcelona
Barcelona

FILIPPETTI - S55 | 11 people (2021)

11
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From €4,800 per day

Charter Motorboat Quiksilver QS 600 COMMANDER Barcelona
Barcelona
4.8
 (59)

Quiksilver - QS 600 COMMANDER | 6 people (2004)

6
Without a skipper

From €360 per day

Charter Motorboat DE ANTONIO YACHTS D28 Barcelona
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Barcelona
5.0
 (1)

DE ANTONIO YACHTS - D28 | 9 people (2020)

9
With a skipper

From €1,500 per day

Charter Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis 46.1 Barcelona
Barcelona
4.7
 (2)

Beneteau - Oceanis 46.1 | 12 people (2024)

12
12
With or without a skipper

From €879 per day

Charter Sailboat HANSE 345 Barcelona
Barcelona
3.3
 (1)

HANSE - 345 | 8 people (2015)

8
8
Without a skipper

From €370 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 36i Barcelona
Barcelona
4.7
 (8)

Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey 36i | 11 people (2008)

11
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From €320 per day

Charter Sailboat Bavaria 36 Barcelona
Discount offer
Barcelona
5.0
 (9)

Bavaria - 36 | 8 people (2003)

8
8
Super owner
With a skipper

From €300 per day

Charter Sailboat Bavaria 49 cruiser Barcelona
Barcelona

Bavaria - 49 cruiser | 12 people (2004)

12
8
With or without a skipper

From €543 per day

Charter Sailboat BENETEAU OCEANIS 35.1 Barcelona
Barcelona
4.7
 (3)

BENETEAU - OCEANIS 35.1 | 9 people (2018)

9
8
With a skipper

From €357 per day

Charter Sailboat Bavaria Yacht 42 Cruiser Barcelona
Barcelona
4.8
 (38)

Bavaria Yacht - 42 Cruiser | 8 people (2002)

8
7
Super owner
With a skipper

From €471 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45 Barcelona
Barcelona
4.8
 (3)

Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey 45 | 12 people (2012)

12
8
With a skipper

From €1,200 per day

Charter Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis 38.1 Barcelona
Barcelona
5.0
 (2)

Beneteau - Oceanis 38.1 | 10 people (2022)

10
7
With or without a skipper

From €443 per day

Charter Sailboat HANSE 35 Barcelona
Barcelona
4.7
 (2)

HANSE - 35 | 7 people (2010)

7
With or without a skipper

From €600 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun odyssey 39i Barcelona
Barcelona
4.9
 (15)

Jeanneau - Sun odyssey 39i | 11 people (2007)

11
8
Super owner
With a skipper

From €500 per day

Charter Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis 43 Barcelona
Barcelona

Beneteau - Oceanis 43 | 11 people (2010)

11
Super owner
With a skipper

From €564 per day

Rent a boat in Barcelona.

Welcome to the mesmerizing city of Barcelona, where rich history blends seamlessly with modern allure. This Mediterranean gem is renowned for its architectural marvels, vibrant culture, and golden beaches. However, there's an alternative, more captivating way to experience Barcelona—by renting a boat. Embark on a nautical adventure that lets you explore the city's stunning coastline, hidden coves, and iconic landmarks from a new perspective.

Renting a boat in Barcelona offers a plethora of advantages. Firstly, you can escape the bustling streets and immerse yourself in the tranquillity of the sea. Secondly, it allows you to chart your course and discover secluded spots inaccessible by land. Whether you're seeking a romantic getaway, a family outing, or a unique way to celebrate with friends, a boat rental in Barcelona caters to every preference.

Barcelona's maritime heritage is deeply ingrained, making it an ideal destination for sailing enthusiasts. The city's inviting climate and mild winds create a perfect setting for novice and experienced sailors. With the backdrop of iconic landmarks like the Sagrada Familia and the Montjuïc Castle, you can sail into a picture-perfect sunset, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

How much does it cost to charter a boat in Barcelona?

The price of chartering a boat in Barcelona varies depending on different factors such as season, type of boat, length, age, capacity, if you book with or without a skipper, extras, etc.

Sailboat

An average of €300/day and €1,500/week in the low season and €790/day and €5,500/week in the high season for 12 people.

Motorboat

An average of €250/day in the low season and €400/day in the high season for 6 people.

RIBS

An average of €400/day in the low season and €600/day in the high season for 10 people.

Catamaran

An average of €450/day and €3,400/week in the low season and €1,400/ day €7,000/week in the high season for 12 people.

Gulet

It starts at €6,900/week in the low season and €8,900/week in the high season for 10 people with a skipper.

Yacht

Starts at €1,500/day and €8,200/week in the low season and €3,600/day and €17,500/week in the high season for 12 people with a skipper.

Jet ski

€350/day for 2 people.

What is included in the cost?

Whether extra costs are included in the price of the boat charter in Barcelona depends on the boat owner and the type of boat. Costs such as fuel, a skipper, a crew, watersports equipment, cleaning and service fees, and insurance may be included in the final price or charged separately. Checking with the boat owner beforehand is best to avoid unpleasant surprises.

How much are the mooring fees in Barcelona?

Mooring fees in Barcelona can vary depending on the marina and boat size. It's advisable to inquire about mooring fees while making your reservation.

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

Renting a boat in Barcelona with a skipper is ideal if you want to be guided through the best places in the area and get the most out of your sailing experience. The daily cost of a skipper starts at 188 €. To truly experience the breathtaking Barcelona skyline from the water, rent a boat in Barcelona with a skipper for a week!

You can hire a boat in Barcelona without a skipper if you have the appropriate licence or if vessels that do not require a licence are available to rent. If you are an experienced sailor, it is a great idea to be the captain of your boat! This choice allows you to navigate on your terms, exploring Barcelona's stunning coastline independently.

When is the best time to set sail in Barcelona?

The Mediterranean climate in Barcelona is one of its main selling points. Temperatures in summer are warm but not too hot, on average ranging from 22°C and 29°C. The winter weather is mild, with an average range of 8°C to 16°C. The Mediterranean Sea temperatures around Barcelona during the summer are between 19.5°C and 25°C. These temperatures are ideal for a Barcelona boat charter, especially during the warmer months of July and August.

The shoulder seasons offer pleasant weather, fewer crowds, and lower prices. It's an excellent time for relaxed sailing and enjoying the picturesque coastline. While prices may be higher, summer guarantees warm temperatures, vibrant festivals, and lively beach scenes. Be prepared for larger crowds. Barcelona's mild winter climate means you can still enjoy sailing during this time. Prices are lower, and you'll have the sea almost to yourself.

What to do in Barcelona?

Sagrada Família

Marvel at the iconic masterpiece designed by the legendary architect Antoni Gaudí. The Sagrada Família is a breathtaking basilica known for its intricate facades, towering spires, and stunning interior. Immerse yourself in the art and spirituality that emanates from this unique structure.

Park Güell

Another Gaudí gem, Park Güell, is a whimsical park that showcases the architect's playful and imaginative style. Wander through mosaic-covered pathways, vibrant gardens, and enjoy panoramic views of the city from the famous "Hansel and Gretel" houses.

La Rambla

Stroll down La Rambla, a bustling tree-lined boulevard perfect for people-watching. Street performers, shops, cafes, and markets line the route, creating a vibrant and lively atmosphere.

Gothic Quarter 

Lose yourself in the enchanting labyrinthine streets of the Gothic Quarter. This medieval neighbourhood is brimming with history, charming squares, and Gothic architecture. Explore hidden alleys, discover quaint cafes, and soak in the ambience of a bygone era.

Picasso Museum

Delve into the artistic journey of Pablo Picasso at the Picasso Museum. The museum houses one of the most extensive collections of the renowned artist's works, providing insight into his early years and creative evolution.

Barcelona Beaches

Unwind and soak up the sun at Barcelona's inviting beaches. Barceloneta Beach, in particular, is known for its lively atmosphere, with a promenade dotted with restaurants, bars, and beach clubs.

Tapas and Catalan Cuisine

Indulge in the culinary delights of Catalonia by sampling tapas and traditional dishes. Wander through the bustling La Boqueria Market, savour seafood paella, and relish in the flavours of local cheeses and cured meats.

Where to rent a boat in Barcelona?

Port Olímpic

Situated in the heart of Barcelona, Port Olímpic is a vibrant marina known for its lively atmosphere. It's conveniently located near popular attractions, restaurants, and bars, making it a perfect starting point for daytime and evening excursions. The marina offers many services, including mooring, fuel, and maintenance facilities. With over 700 berths, Port Olímpic is a hub of activity, ideal for boaters looking to soak in the city's energy.

Port Vell

Nestled at the foot of the iconic La Rambla, Port Vell is the oldest port in Barcelona. It offers a blend of historic charm and modern amenities. The marina's strategic location allows easy access to many of the city's attractions, making it a convenient choice for those looking to explore both on land and at sea. With around 148 berths, Port Vell combines luxury with convenience, offering upscale services and restaurants with stunning waterfront views.

Port Forum

This modern marina is situated north of Barcelona and is known for its excellent facilities. Port Forum provides ample space for larger yachts and boats, making it a popular choice for sailing events and exhibitions. The marina's proximity to quieter beaches and parks offers a more serene atmosphere, perfect for those seeking a relaxed sailing experience. Port Forum's services include mooring assistance, fuel, and maintenance support.

Where to sail in Barcelona?

A Barcelona boat rental is ideal for visiting sailing areas close by! There are a few sailing areas you can go to during your day trips in Barcelona.

Costa Brava

This rugged stretch of coastline north of Barcelona is a sailor's paradise. Sail along the Costa Brava to discover hidden coves, crystalline waters, and charming fishing villages like Tossa de Mar. The pristine beauty of this region is a true delight for nature lovers.

Balearic Islands

Set your course for the Balearic Islands, which include Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera. Sail to these Mediterranean gems to revel in their vibrant nightlife, turquoise waters, and sandy beaches. Each island offers a unique charm waiting to be explored.

Sitges

Just a short sail from Barcelona, Sitges is a charming coastal town known for its lively atmosphere and beautiful beaches. The town's picturesque streets, historic architecture, and welcoming marina make it a delightful destination for a day trip.

Garraf Natural Park

Navigate to Garraf Natural Park, where rugged cliffs, hidden coves, and tranquil waters greet you. This serene escape is perfect for those seeking a peaceful day on the water, surrounded by the untouched beauty of nature.

Barcelona's Coastline

Don't forget that sailing along Barcelona's coastline is a treat. From the iconic skyline to the inviting beaches, you'll have the opportunity to view the city's landmarks from a new and enchanting perspective.

How to get to Barcelona?

Barcelona is easily accessible by plane, train, car or boat. El Prat Airport is 16km from the city, connected by bus or train to the city centre. Barcelona also has direct train connections to major destinations and high-speed trains, allowing pedestrians to travel anywhere quickly.

To get to your boat trip in Barcelona harbours such as Port Olimpic by bus, metro or taxi.

Boat capacities in Barcelona

Sailboat

Sailboats in Barcelona vary in size, accommodating anywhere from 2 to 12 people. They typically feature 2 to 4 cabins, depending on their size.

Motorboat

Motorboats in Barcelona come in various sizes, ranging from around 2 to 16 people. They usually offer 1 to 3 cabins for overnight stays.

RIB 

RIBs are versatile and commonly seat around 4 to 12 people. They are designed primarily for day trips and water activities. Hence they typically lack cabins.

Catamaran

Catamarans in Barcelona vary widely in size, accommodating around 6 to 16 people. They usually offer 3 to 5 cabins for luxurious accommodations on extended voyages.

Gulet

Gulets are larger vessels, usually holding around 12 to 20+ people for group events or celebrations. They commonly feature 5 to 8 cabins, providing comfortable sleeping quarters.

Jet Ski

Jet skis are designed for 1 to 3 people, offering an exhilarating ride across the waves.

Yacht

Yachts in Barcelona come in various sizes, with capacities ranging from around 4 to 20 people. They usually offer 2 to 6 or more cabins, providing opulent accommodations for extended voyages.

Good to know

Boats available :299 boats available
Popular Popular types of boats:Motorboat, Sailboat, Catamaran
Skipper: €210 per day
Low season price: €763 per day
High season price:€916 per day
Brands:Beneteau, Jeanneau, and more

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Jemima
Jun 19, 2017
Barcelona's great! Great coastline, great people, great food. Please watch out of pickpockets though - very bad here. Keep a zip up bad and wear it on your front especialy in tourist areas. Other areas near to Barcelona like the Costa Brave - l'Escala, Palamos, Bergur - are all great places to sail from - with calas (small coves) you can anchor at and swim in with fish and great beaches and rocks to sunbathe on!
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