Catamaran Rental in the Bahamas

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With or without a captain
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Boat power
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Year of construction
2002 - 2023
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+100 catamarans available

Catamaran - 12.8m — Lagoon - 424 (2020)

Marsh Harbour
8
With or without a captain
 1 · Super owner

From €1,005 per day

Catamaran - 12.2m — LEOPARD - ROBERTSON & CAINE - Leopard 40’ (2006)

Bimini
6
With captain
 2

From €1,239 per day

Catamaran - 15.84m — LAGOON - 52 F with watermaker & A/C - PLUS (2018)

The Bahamas
14
Without captain

From €863 per day

Catamaran - 13.44m — Fountaine Pajot - Aquila 44 with A/C (2019)

Nassau
7
Without captain

From €899 per day

Catamaran - 12.94m — Sunsail - 42 (2019)

Nassau
8
Without captain
Super owner

From €625 per day

Catamaran - 12.01m — Bali Catamaran - Bali Catspace with watermaker & A/C - PLUS (2020)

Nassau
8
With or without a captain
 1

From €630 per day

Catamaran - 12.2m — Bali - Bali 4.0 with watermaker (2017)

Nassau
10
Without captain

From €464 per day

Catamaran - 11.99m — Moorings - 4000 (2019)

Marsh Harbour
10
With or without a captain
Super owner

From €850 per day

Catamaran - 13.6m — Catana - Bali 4.5 with watermaker & A/C (2019)

Nassau
12
Without captain

From €1,666 per day

Catamaran - 11.74m — Lagoon-Bénéteau - Lagoon 40 - 3 + 2 cab (2020)

The Bahamas
10
With or without a captain

From €555 per day

Catamaran - 14.82m — Catana - Bali 4.8 - 5 cab. (2022)

The Bahamas
13
With or without a captain

From €1,270 per day

Catamaran - 14.75m — Lagoon-Bénéteau - Lagoon 50 - 6 + 2 cab. (2019)

The Bahamas
12
With or without a captain

From €1,061 per day

Catamaran - 15.24m — St. Francis - 50 (2008)

George Town
7
With captain
 1

From €2,954 per day

Catamaran - 12.94m — Sunsail - 42 (2019)

Marsh Harbour
8
Without captain
Super owner

From €750 per day

Catamaran - 12.58m — Fountaine Pajot - Astrea 42 with watermaker (2019)

Nassau
12
Without captain

From €618 per day

Catamaran - 12.8m — Lagoon-Bénéteau - Lagoon 42 - 3 + 1 cab. (2020)

The Bahamas
9
With or without a captain

From €514 per day

Catamaran - 15.84m — LAGOON - 52 F (2018)

The Bahamas
14
Without captain

From €999 per day

Catamaran - 13.96m — Lagoon-Bénéteau - Lagoon 450 F - 4 + 2 cab. (2018)

The Bahamas
12
With or without a captain

From €675 per day

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Catamaran Rental in the Bahamas

The Bahamas, with its crystal-clear waters, has long been a much sought-after holiday location for people across the world, but now you can experience this spectacular group of over 700 islands from a different perspective. There is no better way to explore the Bahamas than by renting a catamaran. With catamaran rentals, you can reach all the beaches, no matter how secluded they are, and travel all the way from the capital, Nassau, to some of the more isolated, uninhabited islets. The choice is yours!

How much does catamaran rental in the Bahamas cost?

The cost of renting a catamaran in the Bahamas depends on a number of different factors including the duration of your trip, the number of people going, the amenities on board, and the season. However, in general, catamaran rental in the Bahamas costs around €4465 per week.

Do you need a skipper to rent a catamaran in the Bahamas or can you find a bareboat charter?

No, you can find catamaran rentals either with or without a skipper. Renting a catamaran with a skipper is perfect for those who don’t have much experience with sailing or who want the ultimate relaxation vacation as you can leave all the technicalities of sailing to someone else while you concentrate on having fun.

What weather and sailing conditions should you expect during catamaran vacations in the Bahamas?

The weather and sailing conditions in the Bahamas are subject to great seasonal variation in most aspects, from the temperature to the wind speeds and even the rainfall. The air temperature generally ranges from 21-31°C, reaching its peak in August and dropping down to its coolest in January. Water temperatures vary in a similar fashion, with the highest average temperatures of 29.44°C recorded in August, and the lowest of 24.44°C recorded in February.

There is rainfall throughout the year in the Bahamas, but the wettest month is typically August, which usually receives 4.83 cm of rain and the driest is December, receiving just 1.02 cm. The wind varies greatly depending on the season, but the windiest month is generally November, with average hourly wind speeds of 23.98 kmph and the calmest is September, with average hourly wind speeds of 18.99 kmph.

When is the best time to go on catamaran vacations in the Bahamas?

There isn’t really a bad time to go to the Bahamas for a catamaran vacation, but generally, you should try to go between early December and mid May when the hurricane season, which runs from the beginning of June until the end of November, is over. During these months, there is also not too much rainfall and the wind is perfect for sailing.

Where are the best places for sailing in the Bahamas?

There are so many fantastic places to sail in the Bahamas that it can be difficult to make just a short list. However, here are our favourites:

  • New Providence Island
  • Eleuthera
  • Grand Bahama Island
  • Andros
  • Nassau
  • The Exumas
  • The Berry Islands
  • Hope Town
  • The Abacos Islands
  • The Far Out Islands
  • Cat Island
  • Great Inagua
  • Rum Cay
  • Mayaguana
  • Conception Island
  • Long Island
  • The Ragged Islands

What are the best harbours to visit during your catamaran rental in the Bahamas?

There are many fantastic harbours for you to stop off at when you rent a catamaran in the Bahamas. A few of our top picks include:

  • Marsh Harbour on Great Abaco
  • Fisherman’s Village Marina on Bimini
  • Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour on Grand Bahama Island
  • Nassau Harbour
  • Great Harbour Cay Yacht Club & Marina in the Berry Islands
  • Treasure Cay Marina in The Abacos Islands
  • Hawk’s Nest Marina on Cat Island
  • Staniel Cay Yacht Club on Big Major Cay
  • Valentine’s Marina

What to see and do in the Bahamas?

Although there are more things to see and do than we could possibly name, we think that the following list are all unmissable:

  • Pink Sands Beach
  • Swimming with dolphins at Blue Lagoon Island
  • Paradise Island Water Park
  • Beachcombing and caving at Lucayan National Park]
  • Port Lucaya Marketplace
  • Cable Beach
  • Drinking cocktails and listening to live music at Tiki Bikini Hut
  • Castaway Cay
  • Stocking Island
  • Scuba diving at Andros

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