Yacht Charter in Canary Islands

Cities in Canary Islands

The Canary Islands is an archipelago situated opposite to the west coast of Moroccо which is considered to be a paradise on earth. The name is quite fitting. The island nature and climate dispose to complete relaxation. The best way to appraise the beauty of the archipelago is to rent a yacht at the Canary Islands.

Why do yachtsmen prefer the Canary Islands?

The Canaries consist of seven Spanish volcanic islands. Summer does not leave these places. The peak season lasts from November to March when many ships are driven to the archipelago from the Mediterranean. Since March the north-east trade winds are growing the strengths. They can reach 5 points according to the Beaufort scale. Such conditions are suitable only for experienced skippers.

There are many route options on the Canary Islands. Yachtsmen choose which places to visit depending on personal leisure preferences:

  1. Tenerife. Fans of night and crazy parties will like the local resorts of Los Cristianos and Los Americas. Those who want to have a rest in silence and admire the beauties of nature would enjoy Puerto de la Cruz. Still, the coast of this resort is rocky and you need to be careful in the mooring.
  2. Gran Canaria. It is a huge tourist center with endless restaurants, shops and clubs. Gran Canaria is especially popular among the fans of active sports and leisure. They come here to windsurf, jump with a parachute, drive on a kart. From natural wonders — 5 km long Dunes, an area covered with golden sand near a beach. Gran Canaria has some well-equipped marinas.
  3. Fuerteventura. The best beaches of Canary are situated here. They are wide, deserted and stretched for tens of kilometers.
  4. Lanzarote. This is a volcanic nature reserve with a “moon” landscape, for which Lanzarote should definitely be included in a yacht route.

Tenerife continues to be the most visited place here. If you are planning a yacht cruise for the period from mid-January to mid-February, you could get to the main event of the season — the carnival which is considered to be more stirring than the Brazilian holiday.

What do you need to know about yacht charter in the Canaries?

There are several international airports at the Canaries, so getting to the place is easy. If you have a week it is better to choose 3−4 islands to visit and in a couple of weeks you could sail around the whole archipelago. For seven-day walks the experienced local skippers advise Tenerife and La Gomera, or La Palma, or Gran Canaria.

If you want to rent a private yacht and steer it by yourself, any international certificate will do. You could choose a motor, a sailing ship or a catamaran. We offer the best prices for yacht rent. Leave a request on the Sailica website and the manager will contact you to answer all the questions and to help you in organizing the trip.

Tenerife
52 yachts
Region Lanzarote
14 yachts
14 yachts
Best activities in Canary Islands
  • Diving
  • Yachting
  • Water parks
  • Surfing
  • National parks
  • Timanfaya
  • Teide
  • Siam Park
  • Lago Martianez
  • Aqualava Waterpark
  • Natural Park of Teno
  • Active tourism
Canary Islands - Yacht Charter Sailica
Canary Islands - Yacht Charter Sailica
Canary Islands - Yacht Charter Sailica
Canary Islands - Yacht Charter Sailica
Sailing season
All the year round
Travel season
All the year round
Marinas in this location
5
Boats in this location
81

The Canary Islands are one of the best places to relax in Spain. And it is quite clear why. A comfortable climate, picturesque nature and wonderful sea are the reasons why the Canaries can be called Paradise.

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per week
8
Guests
4
Cabins
42 ft
Length
2008
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1391 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
39 ft
Length
2003
Built in
1420 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
37 ft
Length
2011
Built in
1456 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
43 ft
Length
2007
Built in
1471 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
39 ft
Length
2011
Built in
1481 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
44 ft
Length
2005
Built in
1545 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
39 ft
Length
2011
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1575 €
per week
8
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4
Cabins
44 ft
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1579 €
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Boats in Canary Islands

Sail Bavaria 39 Cruiser-8, La Lonja Marina, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
39ftLength
2006Built in
Sail Sun Odyssey 349, Marina del Sur, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
34ftLength
2016Built in
Sail Pogo 30, Marina Rubicon, Spain
8Guests
2Cabins
30ftLength
2016Built in
Sail Sun Odyssey 42 i, Marina del Sur, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
42ftLength
2008Built in
Sail Oceanis 37, Marina del Sur, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
38ftLength
2011Built in
Sail Beneteau Clipper 42.3, Marina del Sur, Spain
16Guests
4Cabins
42ftLength
2003Built in
Sail Sun Odyssey 42i, Marina del Sur, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
42ftLength
2008Built in
Sail Sun Odyssey 44 i, Marina del Sur, Spain
16Guests
4Cabins
45ftLength
2010Built in
Sail Sun Fast 37, Marina San Miguel, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
37ftLength
2002Built in
Sail Beneteau First 45, Marina Kastela, Croatia
12Guests
3Cabins
46ftLength
2009Built in
Sail Hanse 400, Ibiza Magna, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
39ftLength
2012Built in
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