Renting a boat is the perfect way to explore Grenada
Enjoy a one-of-a kind experience on the water in Grenada with your own private Sailo yacht charter. Whatever your sailing style; from experienced skipper, fishing fanatic or thrill seeker, to those who just want to relax on deck with your family or friends, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Rent a boat in Grenada with Sailo for a memorable day trip or a sailing vacation to remember.
Top private yacht charters available for you in Grenada
Step aboard your private yacht charter in Grenada, with a choice over 62 boats to rent from Sailo. We offer a selection of boats for all tastes, including 22 sailboats. You can also choose from 36 catamaran rentals. Want to see Grenada in style? Choose from one of our multiple motor yachts on Sailo.If you’re looking to host a party or a reception for more than 13 guests, you’ll also find 4 party boats in Grenada, for a truly memorable event.
Planning for a weekly sailing experience? Find the yacht charter for you!
If you are interested in a weekly sailing vacation, after you filtered for weekly trip duration, you can search through 62 boats in Grenada by price ranging between $1995 and $16000, type of boat, such as motorboats, sailboats monohulls or catamarans, and number of guests. You can refine your search results using advanced filters, such as number of cabins, air conditioning or wi-fi. On Sailo, you can create your own quote for a weekly sailing vacation.
If I rent a yacht on Sailo, will I get insurance coverage?
Yes, all Sailo boats available for rental have insurance: sometimes included in the price, other times available to buy as mandatory extra.
Tips for responsible boating
If you’re looking to explore our beautiful planet, a yacht charter is a great place to start. Explore coral reefs with your snorkel, discover hidden bays and islands and generally enjoy the view of nature. Remember, that sailing motto: 'Take only photos, leave only wake' (OK, so we paraphrased). To be a responsible sailor, remember:
Don’t disturb coral or sealife
Take your trash home (and don’t throw anything in the sea)
Respect the locals and their customs wherever you go