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Boat rentals in New South Wales, Australia

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New South Wales, Australia - a boating playground for you to enjoy with Sailo

Discover New South Wales by yacht charter with Sailo. Regardless if you’re an experienced sailor or just looking to enjoy a crewed boat rental, you’ll see a whole other side to Australia. Whatever your vacation style, you’ll find the perfect boat to rent for your needs. From action packed day trips to week-long sailing vacations, hit the water in style and enjoy an experience to remember.

Our prime selection of New South Wales, Australia private yacht charters

In New South Wales, you’ll find 17 Sailo boats waiting to take you away from it all. We currently offer 3 sailboats for amazing trips guided by gentle winds. numerous catamarans are also ready to welcome you and your chosen crew. If motor boats are your thing, then you’re in the right place to browse the 3 yachts and choose the one for you. We also offer a selection of larger boats, perfect for parties or events, when you need space for 12+ people. Search our 11 party boats to find the perfect venue for your next event in New South Wales.

Amazing yachting experiences happen on the right boat. Search for it now!

Sailo offers beautiful boat and yacht rentals at various price points in New South Wales. Use our advanced filters to narrow your search by date, group size, and trip duration: 2 hrs, 4 hrs or full day charters. You can also choose the type of boat (sailboat, motorboat, catamaran) you want and go even further and look for a particular length, manufacturer and model. The price filter will help you see the available boats within your budget and the crew option is useful when you want to see boats with a skipper/captain included or only bareboats. Do you see a boat that you would like to rent in New South Wales? Click on it to go to the next page to read more about it, see more photos, send a direct message to the owner to ask more questions or start creating your booking request right away!

How much is it to rent a yacht in New South Wales?

You can charter a boat for a day in New South Wales for an average of $1100 per day. The average price for a weekly boat rental is $3500. Your total budget for a boating trip in New South Wales depends on many factors such as: trip duration, if captain and crew are included in the price or their cost have to be paid separately, fuel cost (which could be significantly higher on a motorboat compared to a sailboat) and other extras you choose to customize your experience in New South Wales.

Do I need a licence to rent a yacht on Sailo?

No, you do not need a license to rent a boat on Sailo as long as you are renting a boat with a captain included. There are two types of boat rentals and yacht charters available on our website: bareboat and captained charters. If you rent a bareboat yacht, then your charter comes without any crew, and you or someone in your group will need a license. The boat owner will require you to upload the boating resume or license of the person who will drive the boat. Most of our boat owners might also like to test your boating skills before you take your bareboat charter out on the water. When you charter a yacht with a captain included or add the captain and/or crew as an extra to your sailing adventure, then a certified skipper will be provided.

Together we protect our oceans

However long you’re on a boat, it’s always a thrilling and fun experience. Here at Sailo, we like to make sure that the stunning beauty of the seas, lakes and rivers of our planet stay as pristine as possible. If you’re going to charter a yacht, from a few hours to week, try to follow these sustainable boating tips:
  • Take your rubbish home
  • Use eco-friendly sunblock
  • Avoid single use plastic
Much of the world’s plastic ends up in the sea, so reduce, reuse and recycle. Read more about responsible boating.