Boat rental in Placencia will be easier if you go to the Sailica website. Here you may learn boat rental prices in Placencia, choose a bareboat charter or hire a skipper, get the information about sailing in the Belize waters. If necessary, we will tell you a list of things to take on your upcoming trip.
The main attraction of Belize is a huge reef about 180 miles long, and hundreds of small uninhabited islands are situated just next to it. Travellers come here from all over the world for a perfect diving experience. They hire charter boats in Placencia and go for adventures to the white beaches and underwater wonders.
There is an airport near Placencia but only a couple of local flights fly there. Usually, people get here from Belize, the capital in 80 miles from Placencia. Planes fly here from Mexico (Mexico), Canada (Toronto), USA (Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, Charlotte, Atlanta, Houston, Denver, Minneapolis, Newark, Calgary), El Salvador (San Salvador), Panama (Panama), and also the cities of Belize country and the Caribbean islands.
Climate: tropical. In winter, the northern winds blow here bringing clouds and rain about every 10 days.
Sailing season: from December to May.
Rain season: June-November. In addition to rain, hurricanes are also possible in this area, and it is not recommended to rest here on a yacht.
Communication language: English.
Visa: North and South America residents, almost all EU countries and several others can enter Belize without a visa. The rest can apply for it in person or by mail.
The main attraction of Belize is coral reefs. If you hire a yacht in Placencia, any route here includes diving. Here is an example of the route. In addition to the underwater jungle, it includes mangrove forests, deserted beaches, kayaking and fishing.
Route from Placencia, 7 days: Placencia — Whipray Caye — Hideaway Caye — South Water Caye — Thatch Caye — Lagoon Caye — Hatchet Caye — Placencia