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Rent a Boat in West Palm Beach | Sailo Best Deals in Florida

Welcome to West Palm Beach! A trip touring southern Florida feels incomplete without a stop in West Palm Beach, nestled on the stunning Atlantic coast of the Sunshine State. This dreamy destination is filled with enough attractions to experience by land and sea that will keep you visiting for years to come. And like other tropical vacation spots, why not explore by boat?

Florida is the gateway to countless beautiful destinations all throughout the Atlantic coast and the Caribbean Sea, and West Palm Beach is the gateway to these vacation-worthy places given its convenient location. So rent a boat and set sail to discover the magic of the ocean that lies ahead.

 

Find your perfect yacht charter

Sailo offers plenty of motor boats and sailboats to choose from for your Florida vacation. Using Sailo’s convenient tools and easy-to-use platform, finding the perfect charter for you is a breeze. Starting on the search results page, you can filter your results by boat type to find the charter you’re looking for, price to find something in your budget, dates to ensure the boat is available during your trip, and a variety of other filters that will narrow or broaden your search. 

The charters offered in the area are daily rentals. This means that you can rent a boat in West Palm Beach for two to eight hours at a time, depending on your plans for that day and the activities you want to try. Daily trips are perfect to have fun with family or friends, as you can try fishing at a nearby island, try your hand at snorkeling or other watersports, or take a sunset cruise along the coast.

 

When to plan a trip

Even though Florida is known for its gorgeous weather and sunshine-filled seasons, it’s still a real-world destination that can fall victim to some pretty rough weather depending on the time of year. The weather can be the most unpredictable during hurricane season (June - October), making it difficult to plan a trip centered around boating and other seaside activities. 

The weather from November through May tends to be the best with the least chance of a tropical storm, but visitors and locals alike still boat during the rest of the year, as long as they’re aware of the weather. 

Our best tip when it comes to weather is to check weather patterns during the dates of your trip and to continue to monitor the predicted weather leading up to your visit. That way you are prepared for stormy weather should you get caught in the rain, and you are able to pack accordingly. But no matter when you plan to visit, we’re sure you’ll have a great time when you rent a boat in West Palm Beach from Sailo.

 

Tips for visiting West Palm Beach

If you’re planning to rent a boat in West Palm Beach, here are some tips to make your visit enjoyable. If you’re looking for adventure, be sure to go snorkeling Phil Foster Park, where you can see exquisite sea life like octopus, rays, and tropical fish. You can even go paddleboarding along the downtown waterfront before taking a sunset dinner cruise, a true Floridian experience. 

Also remember that other southern Florida famous boating destinations like Miami and Fort Lauderdale are definitely worth a visit, so you can plan to check out those other cities on your trip to the Sunshine State.

There is just as much to see and do on land in West Palm Beach as there is at sea. From delicious Caribbean inspired cuisine to fun local shopping and entertainment, you could fill an entire week with everything this city has to offer. And since the weather is practically perfect almost every day of the year, there’s really no reason not to visit. 

Our top must-dos while in West Palm Beach include spending some time at the gorgeous beaches (a no-brainer), visiting the Norton Museum of Art and the Palm Beach Zoo during a day of sightseeing, and taking leisurely strolls by day or by evening throughout the four major neighborhoods for shopping, dining, and entertainment: Clematis Street, CityPlace, Northwood Village, and Antique Row. Even just walking the streets or go boating along the coastline are sure ways to fall in love with this area.

 

An amazing experience on the water is waiting for you -- all you have to do is rent a boat in West Palm Beach for your taste of true Florida boating paradise!