Fort Myers, FL - a yachting playground perfect to explore with Sailo
Planning a sailing vacation in Fort Myers? Enjoy the freedom of the open water on a private yacht charter from Sailo. Rent a boat from a couple of hours to a full day, to really explore Florida from Fort Myers. With a licensed captain driving your boat rental with, you’ll be able to relax and discover those hidden gems with your friends or family. Prefer to skipper your yacht rental? Use our advanced filters to find your perfect bareboat charter on Sailo!
Find your weekly charter for a great sailing experience
If you are interested in a weekly sailing vacation, after you filtered for weekly trip duration, you can search through many boats in Fort Myers, FL by price ranging between $1500 and $25000, type of boat, such as motorboats, sailboats monohulls or catamarans, and number of guests. Some boats in Fort Myers have discounts as high as 40%. Once you find the perfect boat, you can click on 'Extras' and choose additional options and services to add to your yacht vacation.
How much is it to rent a sailboat for a week in Fort Myers, FL?
The price for a sailboat rental in Fort Myers starts at $1500 per week. Your quote varies depending on the season, with low prices off-season or for early booking and sometimes double during high-season. Luxury sailboat charters from Fort Myers, FL can cost up to tens of thousands of $ for a week-long vacation with captain and crew included.
Can I rent a boat without a captain (bareboat) in Fort Myers?
Yes, there are several boats available for rent without captain (bareboats). In order for you to charter a Sailo yacht without a captain, you will be asked to upload your boating resume when you submit your booking request.
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: