Hire a yacht in Como

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Marinello - Eden 18 | 7 people (5.2m)

Como
7
Without a skipper
 21  · Super owner

From £528 per day

marino - atom 450 noleggio 4 ore | 5 people (4.5m)

Como
5
Without a skipper
 55  · Super owner

From £229 per day

Molinari - airon marine 22 | 8 people (7m)

Como
8
With a skipper
 12  · Super owner

From £880 per day

Escursione 1 ora lago di Como - Marino atom | 4 people (4.5m)

Como
4
With a skipper
Super owner

From £132 per day

Marinello - fisherman 19 | 7 people (5.9m)

Como
7
Without a skipper
 4  · Super owner

From £607 per day

Marino - Atom | 5 people (4.5m)

Como
5
Without a skipper
 31  · Super owner

From £79 per day

Marinello - fisherman 19 | 12 people (5.9m)

Como
12
Without a skipper
 2  · Super owner

From £607 per day

Cranchi - Turchese 24 | 6 people (8m)

Como
6
With a skipper
 2  · Private · Super owner

From £1,276 per day

Bellingardo - Gozzo 500 | 4 people (4.8m)

Como
4
Without a skipper
 29  · Super owner

From £114 per day

Marino - Atom 450 - noleggio 2 ore | 5 people (4.5m)

Como
5
Without a skipper
 90  · Super owner

From £114 per day

T.a. Mare - Trearie | 6 people (5m)

Como
6
Without a skipper

From £572 per day

Marinello - Fisherman 19 | 7 people (5.9m)

Como
7
With or without a skipper
 8  · Super owner

From £554 per day

blu mare - djuk 560 | 8 people (5.6m)

Como
8
Without a skipper
 8  · Super owner

From £845 per day

Blu mare - Dyuk 560 | 8 people (5.6m)

Como
8
Without a skipper
Super owner

From £845 per day

Marinello - Eden 18 | 7 people (5.3m)

Como
7
With or without a skipper
 4  · Super owner

From £845 per day

Ranieri - MARVEL 19 | 6 people (5.45m)

Como
6
Without a skipper
 3

From £396 per day

Bellingardo - Gozzo 500 | 4 people (4.8m)

Como
4
Without a skipper
 15  · Super owner

From £229 per day

Bellingardo - gozzo 500 | 4 people (5m)

Como
4
Without a skipper
 10  · Super owner

From £79 per day

Renting a boat in Como

The world-famous Lake Como needs no introduction. Located in the Italian region of Lombardy, this lake is one of the most symbolic destinations in the entire country and the perfect place to book a boat hire. The lake is characterised by its grandiose villas, its symmetrical gardens, its charming towns and its picture-postcard backdrop. If you fancy getting a glimpse of the real Italy, a boat hire in Como is for you! So what are you waiting for? Choose from one of the many boats available on the Nautal website and set sail!

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

The price of a yacht charter in Como depends on multiple factors, including the type of boat you choose, the length of your trip, the season that you intend to travel and any services or equipment that you may require. In general, the price of a Nautal yacht rental in Como starts from a minimum of £128 in high season.

  • You can charter a sailboat from £128 per day in high season
  • You can charter a motorboat from £403 per day in high season
  • You can charter a RIB from £143 per day in high season

Is it possible to rent a boat in Como with or without a skipper?

Lake Como is mainly home to motorboats, so if you have a boat licence, are experienced in sailing and want to be in control of your itinerary, then a bareboat charter will suit you. If you don't have a boat license, don't worry, there are skippers available to accompany you throughout your trip. The skippers will also be able to show you the best spots around the lake - many of which remain off the main tourist routes.

What to do in Como?

Lake Como is one of the largest and deepest lakes in Europe, with a surface area of 56 sq. miles. It has a strange inverted 'Y' shape with three ends: to the north with Colico, to the southeast with Lecco and to the southwest with Como. The lake is bordered by lush natural parks, colourful villages, majestic villages, ancient castles and vineyards. With a boat rental in Como, you will be able to experience these beautiful landscapes from a unique perspective. To help you plan your trip, here are some of our top recommendations for your yacht charter.

  • Among the places definitely worth visiting on the lake is Bellagio, which is located exactly where the lake splits off in both directions. In Bellagio, you can stroll along the elegant lakeside promenade and admire the small houses in different colours that characterise the town.
  • Lecco is located at the southern tip of the lake and is home to the Basilica of San Nicolò, dedicated to the patron saint of sailors! This area is also famous because it is still home to the symbolic places featured in the famous Italian novel 'Promessi Sposi' (The Betrothed). In fact, it is possible to visit the convent of Frà Cristoforo, the house of the Innominato and the villages where Renzo and Lucia lived; Olate and Pescarenico.
  • Other noteworthy sights on the lake are Como, which lies at the western end; Gravedona with its characteristic old town centre; Cernobbio, with its villas and lush gardens; Varenna, which is strategically located and offers sensational views; and Tremezzo, on the western shore, which provides visitors with breathtaking views of the lake.

How is the weather and sailing conditions in Como?

The climate on Lake Como is semi-continental, with fairly cold and wet winters and warm, sunny summers. During the good season, the wind can vary from weak to moderate, perfect if you want to hire in Lake Como! Temperatures are slightly above zero during winter and then reach an average of 25° in summer. Rainfall is rather heavy in the intermediate seasons of spring and autumn, but during the summer, sunny days prevail. The best time to visit is therefore from May to October when the days are sunny and there is little precipitation.

Which are the most popular ports in Como?

Most towns along the shores of Lake Como have ports which are perfect for your boat hire. The most popular ones include Bellagio, Varenna and the town of Como, but if you fancy anchoring your vessel away from the crowds, there are also other villages which are perfect.

  • For those who love unspoilt landscapes, the town of Menaggio has retained all its old-world charm by displaying medieval architecture, as well as the ruins of its ancient castle which attract many curious visitors every year. There is a jetty in Menaggio which is great for mooring your boat hire.
  • Bellano is a pedestrian village with an old school Italian charm. Surrounded by mountains, there are many hiking trails which start at Bellano. When you moor you boat here, you can hike to the Orido di Bellano waterfall, which is highly worth the visit.
  • If you’re looking for a quiet and secluded place, look no further than the lakeside town of Cernobbio. The town has quaint buildings and features a church, which is highly worth adding to your itinerary.

How to get to Como?

Como is located close to the Swiss border, as well as the Italian city of Milan. The best option to reach this lake would be to fly to one of Milan’s two airports (Malpensa or Linate) or to nearby Bergamo. From there, you can either drive to Lake Como or take the train. The journey time is between 45 minutes and 1 hour.

Good to know

Available boats:51 boats available
Popular types of boats:Motorboat, Without license, Sailboat
Skipper: £133 per day
Low season cost: £690 per day
High season cost: £828 per day
Brands:Bali, Lagoon, and more

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