Renting a boat is the perfect way to explore Tuscany, Italy
Discover the thrill of the open water in Tuscany, 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 Tuscany. 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.
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 many boats in Tuscany, Italy by price ranging between €3980 and €3980, type of boat, such as motorboats, sailboats monohulls or catamarans, and number of guests. Furthermore, you can filter to see only boats that have real time availability. Many of the boats can be rented as bareboats and you will be able to add a captain as an option when submitting a booking request.
How much does it cost to rent a weekly sailboat in Tuscany?
Rent a yacht for a week in Tuscany for as little as €3980 - starting price (excluding service fees and mandatory extras). The average cost for a week-long vacation on a sailboat charter in Tuscany is about €3980 and will vary significantly with the season. Your total cost for a boating adventure in Tuscany depends on many factors such as: if the captain and/or crew are included or they have to be paid separately, fuel cost, and other extras you choose to customize your trip.
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.
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