Sardinia boat rental
Sardinia is a jewel in the Mediterranean Sea. A popular destination for Italian tourists from the mainland who want a beach holiday away from the big cities has also been a popular destination for foreign tourists for decades. Easily accessible by plane and boat, Sardinia boasts excellent beaches, fine local wines, and beautiful cafes and restaurants to enjoy great local food and beverages at affordable prices. Maybe the only thing you've heard about Sardinia already is its fabled Costa Smeralda, 'The Emerald Coast,' named for the water's color that laps against its white-sandy beaches.
There is much more to see on this rugged Mediterranean island than the jet-set places. There are several prehistoric sites, like the nuraghi, ancient forts and dwellings built in the Bronze and Iron ages. Then there are the original Roman streets and ruins of cities built by the Phoenicians. Unique local customs and traditional festivals, with a quite distinct cuisine from the mainland of Italy, make Sardinia a must-visit destination. The same is true for the waters surrounding the coast of Sardinia, so why not explore them with a boat rental.
Why rent a boat on holiday in Sardinia?
There are plenty of fish in the sea, and when you rent a boat in Sardinia, it will allow you, your family, and friends to spend a spectacular day on the water fishing. Just think of the dinner that you can cook on a BBQ with your catch, the same evening. The Mediterranean Sea is famous for many things, but the variety and quality of fish it harbors must be close to the top of the list. Then there is scuba diving. The waters around Sardinia are home to often remote yet amazing dive sites. Boat rental in Sardinia allows you privacy to access some of the most enjoyable water sports at beautiful Sardinia locations.
How much is speed boat rental in Sardinia?
How much a speed boat rental cost in Sardinia depends on several factors that can influence the price; type of speed boat, length, age, capacity, duration, with or without a skipper and crew, extras, and then there is the season. Low season speed boat rental in Sardinia starts at around USD 150 per day and USD 220 in high season. Speed boat rental in Sardinia for a week starts at more than USD 1,000 in the low season and more than USD 2,000 in high season. Join-in sightseeing cruises are available for under USD 100 per person, so why not join in a sunset cruise or a day snorkeling trip.
How much is catamaran rental in Sardinia?
For catamaran rental in Sardinia, you can expect to pay on average of USD 500 per for smaller catamarans and USD 650 per day for larger catamarans during the high season. For sailboats, the price point is lower, with newer sailboats starting at USD 400 per day. Don't forget to add in your experienced skipper and crew too. Then there are add ons for water sports rentals like snorkels and fins and kayaks and more./p>
What are the most popular boat tours in Sardinia?
There are so many popular boat tour destinations that the list is hard to mention. There are Alghero and Stintino, and then there is Porto Cervo and Porto Torres. There are snorkeling tours to Cala Goloritze along the limestone cliffs, and dolphin watching tours to the Golfo Aranci. You don't have to stay by the water to take a full-day mini cruise from the capital of Calgary to the Gulf of Orosei. The water's spectacular colors and the wild, the natural coastline will make any boat tour a memorable day trip. If you are a solo traveler, join-in one of the many day tours and meet new dive buddies or swap tips on restaurants or other places with other tourists.
Rent a boat for a day in Sardinia
There are dozens of beautiful itineraries to see when you rent a boat for a day in Sardinia. Your boat rental for a day is likely to include an aperitif on board with a fine selection of local and seasonal products and white wine. Your boat rental captain will be a certified tourist guide, and he will be happy to share with you the highlights of the Costa Smeralda's history and lifestyle. Rent a boat for a day and access some of the most beautiful beaches in North Sardinia. From the Costa Smeralda stop in Grande Pevero, a stunning white sand beach with crystal clear water, great for snorkeling and swimming. Then head to Soffi and Mortorio, two little pristine islands just in front of the glamorous and beautiful Cala di Volpe. We can't anchor there as they are part of the Maddalena National Park but keep going towards some of the many famous beaches of Costa Smeralda: Liscia Ruja, Capriccioli, la Celvia or Spiaggia del Principe. On the way back, stop by the natural inlet of Portu Quatu and the villas scattered along the coast of Porto Cervo.
Rent a boat for the weekend in Sardinia
The Marine Protected Area of Tavolara and Punta Coda di Cavallo is well known in the Costa Smeralda. A combination of strips of sand, coves, and bays makes this spot, located South of Golfo Aranci, one of the most visually impressive destinations in the Mediterranean. Sail North towards the clear waters of Golfo Aranci with a shallow seabed that is great for diving. This part of Sardinia is full of marine life that includes a population of dolphins. Walk on the long strip of sand of Cinque Spiagge di Golfo Aranci or on the tiny Spiaggia Bianca, decorated with wild flora. Make Spiaggia Ira the second day of your weekend boat rental in Sardinia.
This famous destination and it's little harbour is popular with celebrities. Porto Rotondo offers an exciting nightlife with discos and bars. Another itinerary for a weekend boat rental in Sardinia is La Maddalena archipelago. Spend a day in the beautiful waters of Santa Maria and Isola di Spargi, in the Maddalena Archipelago. Stroll among La Maddalena's beautiful buildings and its cobbled alleyways. In Porto Massimo, the private harbour of La Scogliera has easy anchoring for your rental boat. It prides itself on the delicious cuisine of local fish and shellfish, a favorite destination of athletes and politicians. Visit Isola di Budelli with a unique pink beach due to shell fragments containing a tiny microorganism living in the posidonius that grow close to the beach. Before heading home, stop at Cala Granara, one of Sardinia's most enchanting bays, only accessible by sea.
Party boat rental in Sardinia
Weddings on a party boat in Sardinia are the latest trend for romantic and fun weddings in Italy. Plan your wedding onboard different boat rentals, including an elegant sailboat, a vintage vessel, or a luxury motorboat, and set sail from one of the many harbors along the Sardinian coasts. Then plan your reception party afterward too! Party boat rentals in Sardinia can be beautifully designed to suit your tastes with catering options specializing in fresh fish and local Sardinian ingredients. Enjoy an open-air bar on board with music playing nonstop. Sardinia's beautiful sceneries, with deep blue waters, clear skies, sea breeze, personalized service, and your own boat's privacy, will complete your memorable, romantic day. Your options are open from traditional weddings to vow renewal and also same-sex marriages.