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Iceland Private Yachts & Boats for Charter

Boat vacation in Iceland is a great way to enjoy the natural beauty and diverse beaches. It offers various sea activities, the opportunity to discover natural life and unforgettable views. Boat vacation in Iceland has many different routes to suit everyone's interests. In this country full of the beauty and unique atmosphere of nature, you will definitely collect unforgettable memories.

How do I rent a boat in Iceland?

Iceland is an ideal location to charter a boat and enjoy the surreal atmosphere. You can benefit from instant reservation and secure transactions without any problems. Visit viravira.co to learn more.

What is the best time to visit Iceland?

The best time to visit Iceland depends on personal preferences and interests. For whale and bird watching, the summer between June and August is ideal, when many species are most active. For a chance to see the Northern Lights, late fall and winter are best. However, it is important to remember that conditions can be harsh and unpredictable during the winter months, so it is advisable to plan accordingly and be prepared for all eventualities.

Where to sail in Iceland?

Iceland offers diverse and stunning sailing destinations for all interests. Here are some of the most popular options:

West Fjords: this rugged and remote region offers spectacular scenery with high mountains and unspoiled fjords to explore.

Breiðafjörður Bay:  A large, shallow bay on the west coast of Iceland, famous for its diverse birdlife and wonderful atmosphere.

Vatnajökull Glacier: A vast glacier that covers more than 8% of Iceland and offers the opportunity to sail between towering ice formations.

Hvítárvatn: A large glacial lake in southern Iceland, surrounded by high peaks and glaciers.

What to do and see in Iceland?

Some of the places to see and visit in Iceland are as follows:

Visit the Blue Lagoon: A geothermal spa nestled in a stunning lava field offers a relaxing and rejuvenating experience.

Explore the glaciers: Iceland is home to several large glaciers, including Vatnajökull, the largest in Europe, and Skaftafell, known for its stunning ice formations and ice caves.

See the Northern Lights: Iceland is one of the countries where the most suitable conditions are created to see the northern lights in winter.

Whale-watching: The waters around Iceland are home to a wide variety of whale species, and visitors can take boat tours to see them in their natural habitat.

Soak in the hot spring: Iceland is famous for its geothermal activities, and there are numerous hot springs and pools throughout the country where visitors can relax.

Visit Reykjavik – Iceland's capital is a lively and bustling place, offering a thriving nightlife alongside a variety of cultural attractions, restaurants and shops.

How much does it cost to charter a yacht in Iceland?

Yacht charter prices vary depending on the boat type, the number of people, and the seasonality.

The cost of renting a yacht in Iceland for a day starts from €46/day/person.
The cost of renting a yacht in Iceland for a week starts from €322/week/person.

Every destination offers a wide range of attractions and stopover points along its coast for those who want with their loved ones. If you think to have a unique and unforgettable sailing holiday this summer, don’t hesitate to book your yacht via viravira.co now before the availabilities run out. 

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