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Puerto Rico Boat Charter & Sailing Yacht Rental

Puerto Rico is a state of the United States located in the Caribbean. This tropical island is inhabited by a people with a rich history and culture. Puerto Rico is famous for its wonderful beaches, spectacular landscapes, rich food and vibrant music scene. You can get a great vacation experience by renting a yacht on this unique island.

How do I rent a boat in Puerto Rico?

Renting a boat in Puerto Rico is ideal for exploring the amazing atmosphere of the surrounding beaches. For a peaceful vacation, you can browse the boats listed on and evaluate the exciting offers.

What is the best time to visit Puerto Rico?

The best time to visit Puerto Rico is during the shoulder season, from mid-April to June. During this time, the weather is warm and sunny, and the tourist crowds are relatively small, making it the perfect time to enjoy the island without the crowds.

Another great time to visit Puerto Rico is from mid-December to mid-April. This is high season and also the busiest time of the year, with many tourists flocking to the island to escape the cold weather on the US mainland. 

July through November is the rainy season in Puerto Rico, which also coincides with hurricane season. Although it is difficult to predict the weather during this period, it will still be beautiful.

Where to sail in Puerto Rico?

Puerto Rico is a beautiful island with many places to sail, from calm and serene waters to rough and adventurous seas. Here are some destinations for sailing in Puerto Rico:

San Juan Bay: This is the perfect destination for those looking for a calm and easy sailing experience. The bay is surrounded by historic forts, colorful buildings, and beautiful beaches.

Culebra Island: Located off the east coast of Puerto Rico, Culebra Island is a popular sailing destination. With crystal-clear waters, white sand beaches, and great snorkeling opportunities, this is an ideal spot for a day sail or a weekend trip.

Vieques Island: Another island off the east coast of Puerto Rico, Vieques is known for its beautiful beaches, clear waters, and unique bioluminescent bays. The island offers plenty of secluded anchorages and is a great spot for snorkeling and diving.

La Parguera: Located on the southwest coast of Puerto Rico, La Parguera is a popular spot for sailboat enthusiasts. The area is known for its bioluminescent bays, mangrove channels, and beautiful reefs.

Fajardo: Located on the east coast of Puerto Rico, Fajardo is a bustling port town that offers plenty of sailing opportunities. From here, you can sail to nearby islands like Icacos, Palomino, and Palominitos, or head out to deeper waters for some fishing.

What to do and see in Puerto Rico?

Puerto Rico is a beautiful island with a rich culture and history. Here are some things you can do and see while visiting Puerto Rico:

Old San Juan: Take a stroll around Old San Juan, a UNESCO World Heritage site with colorful colonial architecture, cobblestone streets, and historic landmarks.

El Yunque National Forest: Explore the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest system, El Yunque. Hike the trails, swim in the waterfalls, and experience the beauty of Puerto Rico's natural environment.

Beaches: Relax on the island's beautiful beaches, such as Flamenco Beach, Luquillo Beach, or Condado Beach.

Bioluminescent Bay: Kayak through the bioluminescent bay at night, where you can see the water glow with millions of tiny organisms that light up the water.

Castillo San Felipe del Morro: Visit the impressive fort that was built by the Spanish in the 16th century to protect the island from invaders.

Museums: Visit museums such as the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico or the Museo de las 
Américas to learn about the island's history and culture.

Food: Sample the island's traditional dishes, such as mofongo, lechón, and arroz con gandules.

La Parguera: Take a boat tour of La Parguera, a fishing village with mangrove forests, coral reefs, and bioluminescent bays.

Vieques Island: Explore Vieques Island, a small island off the east coast of Puerto Rico, where you can find beautiful beaches, bioluminescent bays, and wild horses.

Camuy River Cave Park: Visit the Camuy River Cave Park, where you can explore a massive cave system that has underground rivers and waterfalls.

How much does it cost to rent a yacht in Puerto Rico?

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

The cost of renting a yacht in Puerto Rico for a day starts from €46/day/person.
The cost of renting a yacht in Puerto Rico 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 now before the availabilities run out. 

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