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Vicki

Spent 2 wonderful days on Roberto’s boat. Thoroughly enjoyed it and created some special lasting memories for my children.

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Fabian

Cyril is a really friendly owner, no complicating at all. The boat is old but simple to sail and nice to sleep on it. It doesn't have light for sleeping on anchor at night. We hade 4 super nice days on the lake geneva. Thank you Cyril.

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Yacht charter in Geneva

Five reasons to charter a yacht in Geneva

 

  • Geneva, a Swiss city near the Alps, is the world centre of banking and diplomacy. It has a strong French influence. For example in the language and gastronomy.

 

  • In this city, you can find Lake Geneva. Which has an incredible view of the Alps and the Mont Blanc.

 

  • If you rent a boat in Geneva, you can enjoy an unforgettable day in the fresh waters of the lake.

 

  • The best months to visit Geneva and enjoy sailing are June, July, August and September. Thanks to its warm weather and sunny days.

 

  • If you rent a boat in Geneva, you can visit all the villages that are on the shores of the lake. Many of them have unique architecture with French and Swiss styles.


 

Pricing and information about chartering a yacht in Geneva

 

Boat hire prices in Geneva vary depending on the type of boat and the season. Prices for a sailboat rental in Geneva start from 150 euros per day. While prices for renting a motorboat start from 110 euros per day. The high season on the island of Geneva is in June and ends in September. If you plan to visit this beautiful city and rent a boat at this time, we recommend booking at least three months in advance. 

 

Chartering a boat in Switzerland is the best way to explore its lakes! You will find a variety of boats at SamBoat

 

Do you need a license to rent a boat in Geneva?

 

If you want to rent a boat in Geneva, you must follow Swiss regulations.  If you wish to rent a sailboat with a sail larger than 15m2 or a motorboat with a power of more than 6 kW (8.16 hp) you will need to present a valid license. All licenses from the European Union are accepted when renting a boat in Switzerland. We recommend that you have a nautical curriculum explaining your sailing experience and the boats you have sailed.

 

If you do not have a licence or sailing experience, you can charter any of our skippered boats. A skipper will take you to the best places in Geneva so that you can get to know all the corners of the island.

 

Things to do in Geneva

 

⚓ If you are in Geneva you should not miss the famous "Jet d'Eau". A fountain on the banks of the river is one of the most emblematic attractions of the city.

 

⚓ Visit the old part of the city, where you will find the famous Saint Peter's Cathedral.

 

⚓ Take a stroll through the English garden and enjoy the flora you will find there. Admire the beautiful Flower Clock that always tells the time

 

About SamBoat

 

SamBoat offers a vast range of boats to hire from 60€/day. Choose from a wide selection of sailboats, motorboats, RIBs, catamarans, yachts, and canal boats. With the best offers, SamBoat helps you to find the ideal boat charter for the perfect vacation.

A 5-star service appreciated by users
Samboat is rated 4.87/5 •Based on 98942 reviews
Vi
Vicki

Spent 2 wonderful days on Roberto’s boat. Thoroughly enjoyed it and created some special lasting memories for my children.

Fa
Fabian

Cyril is a really friendly owner, no complicating at all. The boat is old but simple to sail and nice to sleep on it. It doesn't have light for sleeping on anchor at night. We hade 4 super nice days on the lake geneva. Thank you Cyril.