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Catamaran Rental in Sicily

Rent a catamaran in Sicily, Italy with or without skipper with SamBoat

 

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean, and lies in the south of Italy, just off the tip of the Italian "boot". It is rich in history, with Greek temples in the Doric style and many chapels with Hermetic mosaics. The archaeological site of Valle Dei Templi is one of the oldest, has well-preserved temples that were once part of one of the most important Greek cities. Rent a boat in Sicily and sail to Etna, where you will find one of the highest volcanoes in Europe.

 

Sicily has clear waters with slight bluish colour on its beaches, you can enjoy them aboard a catamaran. Visit the beach of Capo Granitola in Trapani where you will find an active lighthouse and fine golden sand. If you like quiet places, you can sail to Scala Dei Turchi, where you will find uncrowded beaches ideal for relaxing. You can also charter a sailboat in Sicily and create an itinerary to visit the other islands of Italy.

 

Catamaran rental in Sicily, Italy

 

If you charter a catamaran in Sicily you can sail to the islands of Cefalu, Ustica and Egadi. The colour of the sea in these islands is deep blue. This makes diving a pleasant activity in this area. For relaxing, you can visit San Vito on the Tyrrhenian coast, where you will find numerous sandy and rocky beaches. They are ideal for stopping by and swimming. 

 

The best time to visit Sicily is March, April, September and November. The weather during these months is warm and pleasant, allowing you to swim and enjoy water activities. There are also fewer tourists during these months, it is easier to visit the tourist sites.

 

How much does it cost to rent a catamaran in Sicily, Italy?

 

If you want to rent a catamaran in Sicily, the average price will be around 250 euros per day during the low season. Prices may increase during the high season, be aware that the high season months in Sicily are from June to the end of August. If you want to rent a boat during these months, we recommend you to look two months in advance and start the rental process as soon as possible.

 

Do you need a license to rent a catamaran in Sicily, Italy?

  

If you want to rent a catamaran, you will require an International Certificate of Competence (ICC) and a nautical curriculum showing you previous sailing experiences.

 

If you don’t have a licence or sailing experience, you can rent a boat with a skipper. Having a skipper is great because they know the region well. Ask them for suggestions on local restaurants or places to go.

 

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 yacht charter for the perfect vacation.


 

A 5-star service appreciated by users
Samboat is rated 4.87/5 •Based on 91318 reviews
Ya
Yann

Excellent from start to finish.

St
Stephen

I have rented sailboats for several years now and Luciano was absolutely the most professional. If you are looking for a fantastic experience, look no further. Luciano was an absolute pleasure as a host and captain. He is extremely knowledgeable about Sicily and an excellent cook. We will definitely be back!