Renting a boat in Queenstown, New Zealand - what an amazing experience!
What better way to discover New Zealand, than on a yacht charter in Queenstown? With a perfect waterside location, choose to rent a boat from Sailo to enjoy an experience to remember. Queenstown, New Zealand is a great place to discover with a boat rental, no matter if you’re in town for a day or looking for a longer sailing vacation. If you’re looking for one of the best things to do in Queenstown, rent a yacht or a boat on Sailo.
The best Queenstown, New Zealand private boat rentals available on Sailo
There are currently 11 Sailo yacht charters waiting for you in Queenstown, New Zealand. From a day trip on the water, to a week exploring (or more), it’s easy to find the perfect boat for you on Sailo. You can choose from several classic sailboats. Our lineup includes 2 catamarans waiting for you in Queenstown. We also offer fantastic luxury motor yachts with 6 available to charter in Queenstown. Planning a party to remember? What’s a more memorable location than one of our 3 party boats for 13+ guests in Queenstown, New Zealand?
How to find the ideal yacht for unforgettable yachting experiences
Since you are interested in a Queenstown, New Zealand boat rental, here are a few suggestions on how to use our advanced filters to find the best available charter for the day:
see what boats are available on certain dates by choosing your trip start date;
set the duration - 2, 4, 8 hours (full day), and group size to further personalize your results;
use filter 'Boat' to narrow down your options to the type of boat rental you want in Queenstown (sailboat, motorboat, catamaran or party yachts);
the 'Price' filter allows you to select boats within your budget;
'Crew' is one of the most used filters on our platform as it allows you to see available boats with captain included in the price, skipper optional or only bareboats that you’ll captain yourself.
Next step is to click a rental that you like to go on the boat page. Here you’ll see more photos, reviews, the description, and price details. Do you have questions or special requests? Click on the 'Message Owner' button to start a direct conversation with the owner and ask away everything you want to know before submitting your booking request.
How much does it cost to rent a yacht in Queenstown, New Zealand for a day?
Are you looking for the best deal for a yacht rental in Queenstown, New Zealand? Check out our inventory of beautiful boats with prices per day starting at €250! A day rental in Queenstown 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! Queenstown 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Guidelines to responsible yachting
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