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Rental Motorboat DayCruise Manta 34 Sport Capri
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Capri
New

Motorboat - 12.00m — DayCruise - Manta 34 Sport (2004)

8
4
With a skipper

From $1,234 per day

Rental Motorboat sunset tour aperitif on boat romar bermuda Capri
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Capri
5.0
 (2)

Motorboat - 7.00m — sunset tour aperitif on boat - romar bermuda (2023)

5
With a skipper

From $224 per day

Rental Boat without license  Di Donna Gozzo Capri
Capri
4.8
 (30)

Boat without license - 7.50m — Di Donna - Gozzo (2011)

4
Super owner
With a skipper

From $842 per day

Rental Boat without license  Predator 5.70m Capri
Capri
4.7
 (10)

Boat without license - 5.70m — Predator - 5.70m (2015)

8
Without a skipper

From $449 per day

Rental RIB Italboats Predator 6.80 Capri
Capri
3.2
 (2)

RIB - 6.89m — Italboats - Predator 6.80 (2020)

12
Without a skipper

From $561 per day

Rental RIB SELVA 7.30 Capri
Capri
4.2
 (3)

RIB - 7.30m — SELVA - 7.30 (2015)

12
Without a skipper

From $729 per day

Rental Motor yacht Itama luxury 38 RS Capri
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Capri
4.4
 (11)

Motor yacht - 12.50m — Itama luxury - 38 RS (2023)

10
4
With a skipper

From $729 per day

Rental Motorboat Barqa Q20 Capri
Capri
4.3
 (1)

Motorboat - 6.00m — Barqa - Q20 (2023)

5
With a skipper

From $292 per day

Rental Motorboat Rizzardi Incredibile 45 Capri
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Capri

Motorboat - 16.00m — Rizzardi - Incredibile 45 (2019)

8
2
With a skipper

From $2,009 per day

Rental Boat without license  Predator 6 mt (2) Capri
Capri
New

Boat without license - 6.00m — Predator - 6 mt (2) (2021)

6
Without a skipper

From $449 per day

Rental Motorboat Tornado 38 S Capri
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Capri
New

Motorboat - 14.00m — Tornado - 38 S (2015)

10
4
With a skipper

From $1,448 per day

Rental Motorboat Baia 33 Capri
Capri
New

Motorboat - 9.00m — Baia - 33 (2010)

10
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From $1,122 per day

Rental Motorboat Gozzo Positano Open Capri
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Capri
New

Motorboat - 11.00m — Gozzo - Positano Open (2023)

12
4
With a skipper

From $1,009 per day

Rental Motorboat Apreamare Smeraldo 7 II Open Capri
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Capri
New

Motorboat - 7.10m — Apreamare - Smeraldo 7 II Open (1992)

7
With a skipper

From $875 per day

Rental Motorboat Apreamare Gozzo Capri
Capri
5.0
 (6)

Motorboat - 9.95m — Apreamare - Gozzo (2021)

6
With a skipper

From $1,565 per day

Rental Motorboat Aprea mare Smeraldo 9 Capri
Capri
4.8
 (1)

Motorboat - 9.00m — Aprea mare - Smeraldo 9 (2015)

12
With a skipper

From $1,683 per day

Rental Motorboat Tecnonautica - Russo Jeranto Capri
Capri
5.0
 (9)

Motorboat - 8.50m — Tecnonautica - Russo - Jeranto (2017)

8
3
Super owner
With a skipper

From $1,010 per day

Rental Motorboat Mag Marin Composite Yachts Samba 11 Capri
Capri
New

Motorboat - 12.06m — Mag Marin Composite Yachts - Samba 11 (2023)

6
With a skipper

From $1,958 per day

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Boat Rental in Capri

Located in the Tyrrhenian Sea on the south side of the Gulf of Naples in Italy, the island of Capri is known for being a cosmopolitan getaway. A famous holiday destination even back in Roman times, Capri offers history and art buffs the chance to discover landmarks like Tragara, Blue Grotto, and even the ruins of several Roman villas.

Being an island, Capri lends itself perfectly to a remarkable charter experience, especially if you rent a yacht in Capri to circumnavigate this Italian pearl. Given the island’s historical popularity for attracting celebrities and the elite, a boating vacation is certain to feel like a luxurious experience in this area. In fact, Capri has been one of the Mediterranean’s most fashionable yachting locations since the 19th century. And to this day, Capri is considered a high-end destination where people go to experience the “dolce vita”. During your Capri luxury yacht charter, don’t be surprised if you dock your boat next to stunning mega yachts.

Capri is also known for its local cuisine and most notably the Caprese salad and the Caprese cake.

Where to sail in Capri?

Capri combines the beauty of the Mediterranean with the perks of a cosmopolitan area and is definitely a must for anyone visiting Italy. Located in the Bay of Naples, this boater’s paradise boasts a 3.5-mile coast lined with sandy beaches, perfect for sailing along and docking. Visiting Capri is synonymous with seeing some of the most idyllic Italian beaches.

From Capri, it is easy to sail to Positano or to Amalfi, both between 11 and 16 miles away from Capri. And surrounding the island of Capri are the Faraglioni, including the famous Faraglione de Terra, standing at an astonishing 360 feet, and the Faraglione Saetta, known for its natural tunnel measuring 196 feet deep. Of course, when on Capri, you cannot miss out on visiting the Blue Grotto. Visitors from all over are drawn here by the natural beauty of the blue water. To get inside, boaters must lie down at the bottom of the boat in order to fit through the narrow entrance. And lastly, the Monte Solaro offers some of the best views in the Gulf of Naples, standing at a whopping 1,932 feet high.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Capri?

The cost of renting a boat in Capri will vary on different factors such as the type, size, and model of the boat, the duration of the rental, gas price, as well as additional services such as hiring a captain and/or crew. Choosing to add other amenities such as water toys will influence the final rental cost.

Below are a few example rental costs by boat type:

  • Motorboat: $269/day
  • Motor yacht: $2,797/day
  • Catamaran: $846/day
  • Sailboat: $462/day

The harbors in Capri

When on Capri, exploring the area by sea and land is a must. When you’re ready to shake your sea legs off, make sure to have a few places to dock in mind.

One a quiet fishing village, Marina Grande is now one of the busiest ports on Capri; many visitors arrive here from the mainland. Of the ports on Capri, Marina Grande is the only one where ferries and private boats dock. Upon your arrival at the marina, make sure to visit the church, which is one of the oldest and most important on the island.

Marina Piccola, located at the foot of Solaro Mountain, is a scenic anchorage post for your Capri boat rental. The bay in this area is safe to dock in, unlike in other bays, thanks to its sandy composition.

Other smaller docking areas can be found around Capri but it is highly recommended to check the anchorage conditions beforehand.

What can you see/do in Capri?

Whether you are visiting Capri for a day or a couple more, you are sure to have a remarkable experience. Just off the coast of the Amalfi Coast, the island of Capri offers a perfect mix of main landmarks and lesser-known gems.

Here are a few ideas of things to do and see while on Capri:

  • Blue Grotto, famous for its crystal clear waters and blue color
  • Hike up Monte Solaro and get a view of the island from its highest point
  • From Capri Town, head to the Natural Arch and enjoy the quiet of the area
  • Visit Piazza Umberto I and enjoy people-watching at one of the many outdoor cafes
  • Sail to Sorrento or Positano

Renting a boat with a skipper

Don’t have a boating license or one that is valid in Italy or do you simply wish to take full advantage of your yacht rental in all serenity? For comfortable and more peaceful navigation, opt for hiring a skipper for your yacht charter vacation. They will be able to share with you local secrets and tips, and take you to where the locals go; it will be like having a captain and yacht charter guide in one. With a little luck, they will even give you their secret spots to avoid the horde of tourists in the summer.

What boat should I rent?

Choosing the right type of boat can sometimes feel overwhelming. To make things easier, you should ask yourself the following questions: how many people will be on the charter? What activities will you want to do? How long will the charter be? Do I want a captain and/or crew on board?

Some boats are more optimal for certain activities than others. If you have sailing experience and like the challenge of navigating the water, a sailboat is a great way to get an authentic sailing experience. On the other hand, if you’re interested in a day rental to do water activities, you should rent a motorboat. They are a good choice for people who are short on time because they go fast and are typically hired by the day.

When is the best time to go?

Capri’s wonderful climate makes it a charming destination to visit all year round. The best months however to visit are around March straight through to October. During this month, the water temperature is close to 75°F, perfect for enjoying water activities like wakeboarding.

September is by far the most ideal time to visit Capri. During the entire month, you’ll get to enjoy the turquoise waters of Capri all while avoiding the crowds of tourists.


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