Catamaran hire in Malta with or without skipper

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Catamaran - 11.74m — Lagoon - 39 (2017)

With skipper

From £615 per day

Catamaran - 14m — Lagoon 450 - 450 (2010)

With skipper
Super owner

From £897 per day

Catamaran - 13.7m — Lagoon - 450 (2012)

With skipper

From £807 per day

Catamaran - 12.5m — Lagoon - Lagoon 410 (2003)

Saint Julian's
With skipper

From £648 per day

Catamaran - 12.37m — LAGOON - 410 (2004)

With skipper

From £608 per day

Catamaran - 12.8m — Lagoon - 420 (2015)

With skipper

From £1,318 per day

Catamaran - 14m — LAGOON - LAGOON 440 (2008)

With skipper
 17  · Super owner

From £481 per day

Catamaran - 11.9m — FOUNTAINE PAJOT - LAVEZZI 40 (2003)

With skipper
 27  · Super owner

From £673 per day

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Hire a Catamaran in Malta with Oceans Evasion

Malta, located just south of Sicily, is one of the smallest countries in Europe. Consisting of three main islands (Malta, Gozo and Comino), it is the perfect place to hire a Catamaran as you can sail between the islands, spending time taking in the beauty of them all. Book your catamaran hire in Malta and enjoy what is rightfully one of the most popular Mediterranean destinations, characterised by unspoilt scenic landscapes and crystal clear, blue waters. The breathtaking beaches truly do make Malta a true paradise for all who want to discover it by boat. For such a small country, it also has a surprising number of marinas and ports, almost all of which will accommodate all of your mooring needs during your Maltese nautical adventure.

How much does it cost to hire a catamaran in Malta?

There are many things that can influence the price of catamaran hires in Malta. Some of these things include the size and brand of the boat, the duration of the trip, the number of people, and the season. Whether or not you need to hire with a skipper will also affect the price as they will usually come at extra cost unless the boat owner indicates in the listing that a skipper is included in the price. Usually though, you should expect prices to start at around £3225 per week in high season and £1544 per week in low season.

Do you need to hire a catamaran with a skipper in Malta?

No, in Malta it is possible to hire a catamaran either with or without a skipper but you should check the legislation when hiring without to see if you need a boating licence. In general, you will only need a boating licence in Malta if you plan on hiring a boat with an engine power of 30 horsepower or more. Usually they will also give you a brief training session before handing the boat over to you, so that you can safely operate it.

If you want a holiday full of freedom and adventure, being the captain of your own boat is perfect for you. If you would prefer to sunbathe on deck while someone else takes care of sailing the boat, you should instead hire with a skipper and let them take you to all the best places in the area.

What are the weather and sailing conditions like in Malta?

The weather in Malta is subject to great variation depending on the season when you would like to hire. The air temperature fluctuates from around 10-30.56°C, with the lowest temperatures being recorded in February, but rising up to an average of 30°C in August, Malta’s hottest month. The water temperature is relatively pleasant for activities such as swimming and snorkeling all year round, ranging from an average of 15.56°C in February to an average of 26.11°C in August.

Rainfall also varies a lot throughout the year. The driest month in Malta is July, which receives just 0.1 inches of rain and the wettest month, November, receives 2.5 inches, a significant increase. Malta’s windiest month is December, when the hourly wind speed averages out at 15.6 mph. In contrast, the calmest month is July, when the wind speeds drop down to just 8.6 mph.

When is the best time to go sailing in Malta?

In general, we think that spring and early summer are the best times to visit Malta because the weather is nice but not too hot and there aren’t as many tourists. This means that the beaches are less crowded and the boat prices are usually a little lower. Early autumn can also be a good time to go for the same reasons. If you want to go to the beach to swim or snorkel during these periods, the weather is good, but you don’t have to fight with hundreds of other tourists for your spot on the beach.

What are the best sailing areas in Malta?

Malta has three main islands and many more smaller ones as well, which means it is the perfect place to go sailing, with a wealth of different areas at your disposal. A few of the best places include:

  • Valletta
  • Comino
  • Blue Lagoon
  • Crystal Lagoon
  • Gozo
  • Blue Hole of San Lawrence
  • Xlendi
  • San Blas
  • Ramla Bay
  • Ras il-Qala
  • Mdina
  • Ħaġar Qim

What are the most popular harbours and marinas in Malta?

There are many amazing harbours and marinas in Malta, each one beautiful and unique in its own way. Naturally, you won’t have time to stop off at all of them though, so here are five that we think you simply can’t miss:

  • Grand Harbour
  • Marsamxett Harbour
  • Marsaxlokk
  • St. Julian’s Bay
  • Mgarr Harbour

What to see in Malta?

The Maltese Islands are so picturesque that there is any number of things to see and do there. A few of our top picks are:

  • Manoel Theatre, one of Europe’s oldest theatres located in the capital, Valletta
  • Vilhena Palace in Mdina
  • The catacombs in Rabat
  • The fantastic nightlife of either SIlema or St Julian’s
  • The Blue Hole or Ta’Cenc Cliffs on Gozo
  • The Blue Lagoon and Santa Maria Caves on Comino
  • The amazing marine life at the Blue Grotto
  • Spectacular shipwrecks, including Um El Faroud and MV Rozi
  • The fish market at Marsaxlokk
  • St Peter’s Pool
  • The Dingli Cliffs
  • Red Tower in Marfa
  • The Megalithic Temples
  • Any of the beaches

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