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Renting a boat in Reykjavík, Iceland - what an amazing experience!

Set sail from Reykjavík to experience Iceland from a whole other angle. With Sailo, you’ll find a great choice of boat rentals and yacht charters for everything from a day trip through to a longer sailing vacation. If you’re visiting Reykjavík, Iceland with friends or family, you’ll find ample choice to rent a boat with Sailo. Step aboard your own private yacht charter and discover another side to Iceland.

The best Reykjavík, Iceland private boat rentals available on Sailo

Want to rent a boat in Reykjavík, Iceland? You’ll find 3 boats waiting for you to take them on an adventure here on Sailo. Choose from our line up of 3 elegant and classic sailboats. Prefer catamarans? No problem…. Sailo currently has numerous for your charter needs. Want to see Iceland in style? One of our multiple stunning motor yachts in Reykjavík will fit the bill. If you’re planning a big party or event with over 12 people, you can also choose from our various party boats for an incredible day on the water.

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

Renting a boat in Reykjavík, Iceland has never been easier! When searching for a boat rental in Reykjavík, make sure to include your dates, trip duration and number of guests to get a first accurate selection of available charters. Daily experiences last for 2, 4 hours or a full day. You may further personalize your results by choosing the type of boat you’d like to rent, your price range and whether you want to hire a captain or you’re interested in a bareboat. Click on the boat you like to get to the next page where you can view more photos, read the boat description and the reviews to see if it's the right fit for your trip in Reykjavík, Iceland. You can always message the owner if you have any questions about their boat or you want to make special arrangements.

How much does it cost to rent a yacht in Reykjavík, Iceland for a day?

Are you looking for the best deal for a yacht rental in Reykjavík, Iceland? Check out our inventory of beautiful boats with prices per day starting at €250! A day rental in Reykjavík is the best if you plan for a city sightseeing tour from the water, a sunset cruise or an active fun day to spend outdoors with family or friends! Reykjavík is also a great place to rent one of our more expensive yachts, going up to €6500 (service fee and mandatory extras not included).

What happens in case of bad weather?

For captained charters, weather cancellations and reschedulings are entirely at the discretion of the Captain or Boat Owner. The Renter can not invoke 'bad weather' and request a refund as reason for cancellation unless the Captain or the Boat Owner agrees to it. For captained charter, the Captain will make the decision if the weather conditions are dangerous to get out on the water. Cloudy skies or a slight chance of rain are not grounds for cancellation or rescheduling. If a cancellation or rescheduling due to bad weather is necessary, either the Renter or the Boat Owner must send an email to support@sailo.com stating the reason. If the Renter sends such a request, the email must include a written confirmation from the Boat Owner. Read more details here.

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.