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from $195
PRO
Bénéteau Flyer 6.6 SPACEdeck • 2019 6.6 m
Les Trois-Îlets
28 reviews
Bareboat • 6.6 m • 8 pers. • 200 CV
Flexible Cancellation
from $195
PRO
Bénéteau Flyer 6.6 SUNdeck • 2017 6.6 m
Les Trois-Îlets
11 reviews
Bareboat • 6.6 m • 8 pers. • 200 CV
Flexible Cancellation
-20%
from $146 $117
PRO
Whaly 500 • 2022 5 m
Le François
3 reviews
Bareboat • 5 m • 6 pers. • 60 CV
 
-20%
from $136 $109
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Whaly 500 • 2022 5 m
Le François
3 reviews
Bareboat • 5 m • 6 pers. • 60 CV
 
-20%
from $877 $702
Bénéteau Beneteau 57 • 2022 17.2 m
Saint George's
Captain • 17.2 m • 4 pers. • 4 cabins
 
from $292
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Bénéteau Flyer 8 SPACEdeck • 2020 8.1 m
Les Trois-Îlets
13 reviews
Bareboat • 8.1 m • 10 pers. • 300 CV
Flexible Cancellation
-20%
from $662 $530
Bénéteau Flyer 8 • 2022 8 m
Pointe-à-Pitre
32 reviews
Skipper mandatory • 8 m • 10 pers. • 300 CV
 
from $273
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Lobster marion 7,3 • 2020 7.3 m
Les Trois-Îlets
5 reviews
Bareboat • 7.3 m • 10 pers. • 200 CV
Flexible Cancellation
-20%
from $122 $97
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whaly 455 • 2022 4.55 m
Le François
3 reviews
Bareboat • 4.55 m • 7 pers. • 6 CV
 
-20%
from $337
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Bali Catamarans Bali 4.0 - 4 + 2 cab. • 2017 11.99 m
Cienfuegos
1 reviews
Skipper optional • 11.99 m • 10 pers. • 4 cabins
 
-10%
from $195
PRO
Cobia 217cc • 2013 6.7 m
Gourbeyre
8 reviews
Bareboat • 6.7 m • 6 pers. • 250 CV
 
-20%
from $263
Bénéteau Flyer 7.7 SUNdeck • 2018 7 m
Pointe-à-Pitre
32 reviews
Skipper optional • 7 m • 10 pers. • 250 CV
 
from $171
Bénéteau Oceanis 37 • 2012 11.43 m
Pointe-à-Pitre
3 reviews
Captain • 11.43 m • 6 pers. • 2 cabins
 
-20%
from $397
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Fountaine Pajot Lucia 40 • 2020 11.73 m
Bas du Fort Marina
1 reviews
Skipper optional • 11.73 m • 10 pers. • 4 cabins
 
-20%
from $266
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Dufour 500 GL - 5 cab. • 2015 14.75 m
Bas du Fort Marina
1 reviews
Skipper optional • 14.75 m • 10 pers. • 5 cabins
 
-20%
from $378
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Bali Catamarans Bali 4.0 - 4 + 2 cab. • 2017 11.99 m
Bas du Fort Marina
1 reviews
Skipper optional • 11.99 m • 10 pers. • 4 cabins
 
-20%
from $426
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Bali Catamarans Bali 4.3 - 4 + 2 cab. • 2018 13.2 m
Bas du Fort Marina
1 reviews
Skipper optional • 13.2 m • 10 pers. • 4 cabins
 
from $487
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Jeanneau Cap Camarat 8.5 CC • 2018 8.5 m
Les Trois-Îlets
2 reviews
Bareboat • 8.5 m • 10 pers. • 450 CV
Flexible Cancellation
from $185
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Brig Eagle 600 • 2018 5.95 m
Les Trois-Îlets
2 reviews
Bareboat • 5.95 m • 6 pers. • 150 CV
Flexible Cancellation
-20%
from $334 $267
Bavaria 45 Cruiser • 2013 14 m
Fort-de-France
Skipper optional • 14 m • 6 pers. • 4 cabins
 
from $487
Dean 441 • 2006 13.3 m
Les Trois-Îlets
6 reviews
Captain • 13.3 m • 11 pers.
Flexible Cancellation
from $487
acno Dalite • 1990 10.6 m
Basse-Terre
1 reviews
Captain optional • 10.6 m • 4 pers. • 1 cabins
 
from $778
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Bali Catamarans Bali 4.2 • 2021 12.8 m
Pointe-à-Pitre
1 reviews
Skipper optional • 12.8 m • 8 pers. • 6 cabins
 
from $778
PRO
Fountaine Pajot Astrea 42 • 2019 12.58 m
Pointe-à-Pitre
1 reviews
Skipper optional • 12.58 m • 8 pers. • 6 cabins
 

Rent a boat with or without a skipper in the Caribbean

 

with SamBoat. Choose from a wide selection of, motorboats, RIBs, catamarans, and sailboats in the Caribbean. We offer a huge range of boats to hire from 50€/day. With the best offers, SamBoat helps you to find the ideal boat rental for the perfect vacation.

 

 

Overview of Caribbean

 

There is something remarkable about the Caribbean. The people are very friendly, the cuisines are unique and amazing, and there is so much to see and do that a one-time vacation to the Caribbean isn’t enough. Interestingly, there seems to be a fixed pattern that most visitors follow. They meticulously plan the vacation; they select the best islands to visit, book flight tickets and accommodation, and rent a boat to explore the Caribbean. 

 

The best way to explore this fantastic area is to charter a yacht in the Caribbean and see the numerous islands in the area. 

 

Sailing in the Caribbean

 

Several decades ago, it was difficult to reach the Caribbean. The cost of travel, accommodation and rental made the Caribbean the exclusive tourist destination of the rich and famous, but now it is more accessible to the wider population. 

 

Millions of tourists from all around the world visit the Caribbean every year. When renting a boat in the Caribbean, you’ll be able to prepare your itinerary from scratch. The waters of the Caribbean are suitable for all levels of sailors, but you can also hire a boat with a crew and skipper. This means that you’ll be able to relax completely knowing a licensed skipper is taking you to the hidden gems placed all around the area. 

 

If you prefer to be your own captain, rent a boat as a bareboat and sail at your own pace. You choose the itinerary for the entire week and sail wherever you’d like with your private boat rental in the Caribbean. 

 

 

Price and information to rent a boat in the Caribbean

 

Renting a boat is no doubt a perfect way to enjoy your holidays in the Caribbean. Samboat provides you with all types of boat rental services in the Caribbean at the best price. The boat rental cost changes often depending on peak season or offseason. In peak season, normally from mid-December through mid-April, renting a boat in the Caribbean usually costs 300 euros a day. The low tourist season in the Caribbean runs from June through November with 200 boat rental costs on average for a day.

 

 

When to Visit the Caribbean?

 

Winter, as we know it, is absent in the Caribbean. Instead, the months from December to April – the winter months – are mostly dry, sunny, and devoid of moisture. The Caribbean islands enjoy a tropical climate, where the summer and autumn are hot, wet, and sticky due to high humidity. 

 

Precipitation is high in summer and autumn; short showers and occasional thunderstorms are common from June to November. The islands situated in the Atlantic have to bear the brunt of the Atlantic, with a high probability of rain and thunderstorm making June to November the least favourite months for visiting the Caribbean. 

 

Weather-wise the best period to visit the Caribbean is from December to April. The peak season also coincides with Christmas, New Year, and Easter holidays in most of the world making it an ideal destination. Sailors and tourists who want to visit the islands should start looking at dates starting in December into April. These months provide the best sailing conditions and will provide the best experience. The second half of August is also known for the sparse tourist crowd, but keep in mind the constant threat of rain. 

 

Rent a boat in Grenada to sail to Guadeloupe and Puerto Rico, those are the best destinations to visit during summer. Or if you want to treat yourself to a luxury holiday, hire a boat in St Barts or even set sail in the Bahamas and enjoy great weather!

 

 

How to Reach the Caribbean?

 

The region’s colonial past and proximity to the United States play a major role in air connectivity. All major cities of Europe and the United States have direct flights to large Caribbean islands. There are some flights from Canada, and Central and South America. There are only a few direct flights from Asian countries (for example: from China), so tourists from Asia and Africa usually fly to America or Europe to reach the Caribbean.

 

 

Things to Do in the Caribbean

 

There are hundreds of islands; each wonder by excellence, waiting for the tourists. The Caribbean islands are undoubtedly famous for the beaches and the long periods of sun. The extensive archipelago can be divided into several groups. Rent a catamaran in one of the Caribbean islands like the British Virgin Islands, Dominican Republic, St. Lucia, Martinique or even Cuba.  With so many islands to explore, island hopping becomes the favourite pastime of many sailors. Select the islands you want to visit and rent a catamaran in the Caribbean and sail from one island to the other. 

 

The Caribbean has hundreds of beaches (you would have seen on the travel brochures), visited by millions of tourists each year. The most famous, a must-visit for all tourists, are the Baby and Arashi Beach (Aruba) and the Seven Miles Beach (Cayman Islands). There are other equally famous natural attractions like waterfalls, volcanoes, and rainforests in the region. The Pico Duarte and Saint Lucia mountains and the Boiling Lake in Dominica are worth a visit. 


 

 

A 5-star service appreciated by users
Samboat is rated 4.87/5 •Based on 121961 reviews
Ju
Julian

Fantastic, the boat met all Our expectations and the company were amazing and so helpful. Highly recommend these guys ! Brilliant and we will return !

Ko
Koen

Very good and Friendly.