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Yacht rent Azimut 58 in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas

Yacht rent Azimut 58 in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas (2009 refit 2016)

Yacht Azimut 58 (2009, refit 2016) 61.94 feet

Skipper included in the price

12 places Marina Cabo San Lucas (Cabo San Lucas)
from $5,500 /day
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Yacht rent Custom Navigator in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas

Yacht rent Custom Navigator in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas

Yacht Custom Navigator 50.85 feet

Skipper included in the price

10 places Marina Cabo San Lucas (Cabo San Lucas)
from $3,200 /day
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Yacht rent NAS 85 in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas

Yacht rent NAS 85 in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas (2010)

Yacht NAS 85 (2010) 82.02 feet

Skipper included in the price

3 cabins 2 baths 15 places 5 berths Marina Cabo San Lucas (Cabo San Lucas)
from $3,394 /day
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Yacht rent NAS 72 in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas

Yacht rent NAS 72 in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas (2012)

Yacht NAS 72 (2012) 72.01 feet

Skipper included in the price

2 cabins 1 bath 12 places 2 berths Marina Cabo San Lucas (Cabo San Lucas)
from $9,500 /day
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Yacht rent NAS 60 in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas

Yacht rent NAS 60 in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas (2018)

Yacht NAS 60 (2018) 59.05 feet

Skipper included in the price

1 cabin 1 bath 8 places Marina Cabo San Lucas (Cabo San Lucas)
from $3,031 /day
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Yacht rent Custom 70 in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas

Yacht rent Custom 70 in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas (2015 refit 2020)

Yacht Custom 70 (2015, refit 2020) 69.91 feet

Skipper included in the price

2 cabins 2 baths 14 places 4 berths Marina Cabo San Lucas (Cabo San Lucas)
from $6,315 /day
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Yacht rent Azimut Azimut 42 in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas

Yacht rent Azimut Azimut 42 in Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas

Yacht Azimut Azimut 42 43.60 feet

Skipper included in the price

2 cabins 2 baths 12 places 4 berths Marina Cabo San Lucas (Cabo San Lucas)
Price upon request
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LP Cabo San Lucas Yacht Rental

You can easily find your dream yacht rental in cabo san lucas with or without a skipper on the Nautal website.  Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats.

Cabo San Lucas is situated at the tip of the 800-mile long Baja California Peninsula in Mexico, with the Sea of Cortez on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other.  Yachting in Cabo San Lucas is popular amongst all people searching for the perfect combination of great weather and breathtaking scenery.

With a luxury yacht charter in Cabo San Lucas, you can do any number of things, from relaxing on a number of beautiful beaches, to visiting a plethora of exotic attractions.  One thing is for certain, you will find something that everyone will enjoy here.  If you find a yacht in Cabo San Lucas, you can even do a sunset tour or go whale watching.  The opportunities are endless!

How much does a Cabo San Lucas yacht charter cost?

There are many different factors that can affect the price of a Cabo San Lucas yacht rental, including the make, model, and size of the boat, the season when you wish to travel, the amount of people on board, and whether or not you wish to hire a skipper and/or crew.  In general, for day yacht charters in Cabo San Lucas, you will have to pay at least $3031, whereas to rent for a week, you will usually pay at least $21217, and to charter for half a day will be considerably cheaper at just $2220.

Can you find a yacht rental in Cabo San Lucas with or without a skipper?

Yes, it is possible to find a private yacht charter in Cabo San Lucas either with or without a skipper.  However, if you wish to rent a bareboat, you must be in possession of the appropriate boating licence.

Going yachting in Cabo San Lucas with a skipper is perfect for people who don’t have much sailing experience, or those who simply want to relax while someone else takes care of the technicalities of sailing.  If you’re a more experienced sailor though, and are looking for a trip full of adventure, you should instead find a Cabo San Lucas yacht charter without a skipper and take the chance to be the captain of your own boat.

What to do with your Cabo San Lucas Yacht Rental

Cabo San Lucas is a resort city located on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula. It is well known for its beaches, water-based activities and nightlife. With a Cabo San Lucas Yacht Rental you can see the beautiful island from another perspective and with a touch of luxury. 

What to do with a Cabo San Lucas yacht charter on land...

Other than relaxing on board your Cabo San Lucas yacht Rental, there are many other ways to enjoy this beautiful destination for all ages!

What to do on board your yacht in Cabo San Lucas…

Although we thoroughly recommend disembarking from your yacht to explore the mainland during a yacht rental in Cabo San Lucas, this isn’t necessary.  With Nautal, you can book most of the extras you want so that you can have fun on board without ever setting foot on dry land.  When you rent a yacht in Cabo San Lucas, you can often add all sorts of water sports equipment to the rental.  Some of the things you can add on include water skis, surfboards, scuba diving and snorkelling equipment, and even jet skis if you’re renting a larger boat.  The inflatable water toys are also usually a particular favourite of children.  It is possible to find yachts for rent in Cabo San Lucas that have some of these things included, but this is something that you need to check with the individual boat owners.

Where to eat while yachting in Cabo San Lucas

  • Sunset Monalisa

The restaurant specializes in Mediterranean cuisine – offering handmade pastas, mozzarella and freshly caught seafood.

  • The Resort

This luxurious restaurant overlooks Solmar Beach, which offers gorgeous, uninterrupted ocean views.

  • Mama's Royal Café

Specialities include innovative dishes such as the Texas Tornado (a chicken-filled crepe with poblano chiles and avocado) or the King Kong Omelet that is brimming with ingredients. The restaurant has seating for 40, and is open daily from 7:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.


What weather and sailing conditions can I expect for a Cabo San Lucas yacht rental?

Cabo San Lucas is known for extremely beautiful weather with an average of 360 sunny days per year. The proximity of the Sea of ​​Cortez and the Pacific Ocean ensures that the air humidity remains very low. In winter the maximum temperature averages between 25 to 27 degrees Celsius (77-80 Fahrenheit), but the mercury can even drop to 20 degrees Celsius (68 F). In summer it is on average 34 degrees Celsius (93 F), but it can also become a few degrees warmer. At night it cools down quite a bit in Cabo San Lucas, especially in the period from November to May.

When is the best time to go yachting in Cabo San Lucas?

The best time for a yacht rental in Cabo San Lucas is generally from May until June.  Provided you book early, you can find some great discounts on boats during this period and you won’t have hordes of tourists like those of the winter.  You also won’t be at risk from the summertime storms, which usually start in July.  If you go at the beginning of May, you can also venture onto land for the world-famous Cinco de Mayo festival, which is always guaranteed to be a treat.

Where are the best sailing areas and marinas to take a yacht in Cabo San Lucas?

During your Cabo San Lucas yacht rental, there are several great places where you can drop your anchor.  Some of our favourites include:

How to get to a yacht rental in Cabo San Lucas?

Naturally, the quickest and easiest way to get to your private yacht charter in Cabo San Lucas is to fly.  The nearest airport, San Jose del Cabo los Cabos, is luckily located just 21.74 miles away.  To this airport, you can get direct flights from other places in Mexico, the USA, and Canada.  If you’re flying from anywhere else, you will need to get a connecting flight.
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