Trapani, Italy - a boating playground for you to enjoy with Sailo
Want to go boating in Trapani, Italy? Sailo offers an excellent selection of boat rentals and yacht charters for you to explore the waters of Trapani. With Sailo, it’s easy to rent a boat for as long as you wish. From a day trip to a week-long sailing vacation. Step aboard your boat charter with your family or friends and discover a whole other side to Italy from Trapani.
Our prime selection of Trapani, Italy private yacht charters
One of the best things to do in Trapani, Italy is to step aboard your own private yacht charter and go explore! You’ll find 8 boats to rent in Trapani with Sailo, giving you plenty of choice to live the dream on the water. Hit the water with one of our 5 sailboats. Fans of catamarans will also find 3 options available. You’ll also be able to choose from multiple beautiful motor yachts in Trapani, Italy. Party like a celeb with your own party yacht rental for 13+ guests, with various available in Trapani.
How to find the best boat for fantastic yachting experiences
When you want to rent a yacht for a day in Trapani, Italy, Sailo’s advanced filters are exactly what you need to find the best charter for your family or friends. Your search will be quick and easy when you use the proper filters to narrow your results. Start by setting the start date for your trip, duration (2, 4 hours, or full day) and the number of guests. When you use the 'Boat' filter, your options to choose from are beautiful sailboats, sleek motorboats or elegant catamarans, each offering a different kind of experience, depending on what you’re looking for. The 'Price' filter allows you to set your budget limits so you’ll be choosing from rentals suitable to it. Are you planning to captain your boat or looking for a relaxed day while a licensed captain helps you make the best of your charter? Use the 'Crew' filter to see only boats with captain included in the price or optional (extra) or bareboats you’ll be driving yourself. Trapani, Italy is a great boating destination so when you see a boat you’d like for your family or friends, click on it to see more photos, read a detailed description and see the reviews and price details. One of the most important features available to you on the boat page is 'Message Owner'. Start a direct conversation with the owner to ask any questions you might have about your rental, discuss the itinerary, or make special arrangements.
How much does it cost to rent a Trapani, Italy boat for a day?
The best Sailo deal for daily boat rentals in Trapani, Italy starts at €250. The average price for a daily Trapani charter is €1100, making it the best choice for a private sunset cruise, a sightseeing tour or an action-packed day on the water with family or friends! For those of you who are looking to splurge, check out our more expensive yachts, with prices up to €6500 (service fee and mandatory extras not included).
Do I need a licence to rent a yacht on Sailo?
No, you do not need a license to rent a boat on Sailo as long as you are renting a boat with a captain included. There are two types of boat rentals and yacht charters available on our website: bareboat and captained charters. If you rent a bareboat yacht, then your charter comes without any crew, and you or someone in your group will need a license. The boat owner will require you to upload the boating resume or license of the person who will drive the boat. Most of our boat owners might also like to test your boating skills before you take your bareboat charter out on the water. When you charter a yacht with a captain included or add the captain and/or crew as an extra to your sailing adventure, then a certified skipper will be provided.
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