Find The Best Boat Rentals in Cartagena, Colombia.
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What to know about traveling and renting a boat in Cartagena, Colombia
Cartagena, with its beautiful coastal Caribbean location and wealth of historic buildings, provides travelers with some of the best sights and activities in all of Colombia. It's the perfect destination for all types of travelers, with activities and culture to enjoy. Right on the water, it's a great place to rent a boat for a day of cruising. Choose from large and luxury yachts to rent out for a group, or go sailing and cruise by wind power along the coast. Types of sailboats you can rent or charter include catamarans, monohulls, and massive schooners.
Another popular choice for tourists and locals alike are deep sea fishing charters in the waters around Cartagena. It's a fantastic Colombian destination for sportfishing, a fun day spent on a boat reeling in catches, enjoying drinks and soaking up the sun.
Cartagena is a wonderful destination for tours. Inhabited for thousands of years before Europeans arrived, the native peoples fished the abundant ocean waters. Many of Cartagena's oldest buildings can be found in the Centro and Getsemaní districts, with classic Spanish colonial detailing dating back to the early 1600s.
The city is famous for its sugar-white beaches; Playa Blanca is one of the most popular spots to soak up the sun and enjoy the famously clear Caribbean water by snorkeling around the coral reefs. To experience the reefs up close, book a scuba diving charter while in Cartagena, and go out with a divemaster to explore under the sea.
Cartagena Boat Rental FAQs
How much does it cost to rent a yacht in Cartagena?
A yacht rental in Cartagena costs between $500 and $2000 per day for a full charter. You can book tours on a yacht for about $60/person if you’re willing to go boating with a group. Private yacht charters can cost much more, but on average around $1000/day.
How do you get to Rosario Island?
The Rosario Islands are reached from Cartagena on boat charters. You can explore on a catamaran, powerboat, or a small water taxi. The best way to experience the Rosario Islands is on a day trip by catamaran, where you’ll have plenty of space to relax and sunbathe, jump into the waters for a swim, and have a meal and drinks onboard.
How do you get from Cartagena to Cholon?
Cholon is on the edge of Cartagena’s old town and is the launching spot for boats going to nearby islands. You can walk to Cholon to rent a boat for a day, or take a taxi from anywhere within Cartagena.
Where can I snorkel in Colombia?
Cartagena and the Caribbean coast of Colombia offers some of the best snorkeling in the country. With crystal clear blue waters, fish, coral reefs, and hot, sunny weather year-round, it’s a great place for snorkeling in Colombia.
GetMyBoat customer reviews for boat rentals in Cartagena.
Jose and his staff were extremely attentive, and very helpful! My friends and I had an amazing time on the boat. We were able to hire a chef through Jose who made us a delicious meal, and paid attention to our allergic needs. Overall, Jose made this experience one to truly remember!
We saw many beautiful islands, we were shown hidden gems, the snorkeling was magnificent and our lunch was incredible. Best captain and company
Jose is professional and his boat is just as described. Big and beautiful. Everything was amazing. Everyone had the best time. We went to a variety of islands and played in the water. The Crew was amazing Captain Wilfredo got us to and back safely. Deckhand Jenny was the best, she was a hard worker, funny and a great dancer!! Chef William prepared 3 fabulous delicious meals for us. My 40th birthday was one to remember with this crew!! THANK YOU!! :)
Me and my group had a great time with Mario’s crew. They were professional and friendly, gave us a great tour with a lot of history.
Jose was a great Capitan and the catamaran was in great condition and very spacious , would definitely recommend !
Thanks for everything! It was perfect for the 3 + baby. We will be back soon enough