Renting a yacht in Iceland - an unforgettable experience!
Discover the thrill of the open water in Iceland, with a private boat rental from Sailo. Rent a boat for a day or a week (or as long as you want) and really get to know the beauty of Iceland. Experienced sailors, choose your bareboat and go explore! If you prefer to relax on deck, you’ll find plenty of crewed yacht charters waiting to take you wherever you wish.
How to find the best boat for fantastic yachting experiences
Sailo offers beautiful boat and yacht rentals at various price points in Iceland. 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 Iceland? 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 Iceland?
You can charter a boat for a day in Iceland 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 Iceland 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 Iceland.
What should you pack when you go out on the water?
No matter if you are going on a day trip or on a week-long vacation, these are the essentials you should always make sure you have when you’re on a boat:
Sunscreen - make sure to reapply after you’ve been in the water!
A hat or a cap that fits you tightly and protects you from the sun
A jacket or long-sleeve sweater, preferably with sun protection (UPF)
A change of clothes (just in case you get wet)
Eco-friendly practices for boaters
Sailing is a great way to experience nature. So we like to remind everyone that keeping nature as beautiful as possible involves a little effort from all of us. Some of our tips for responsible boating include:
Don’t litter or throw waste overboard - take rubbish home and dispose of it responsibly
Eco-friendly sunblock can help prevent damage to marine life