Rent a sailboat through More Sailing, choose from several different destinations around the world. We offer many different sailing boats for you who want to rent a boat and sail yourself without a crew. It is a fantastic experience to change the Swedish waters for a week or two to a warmer, sunny destination. Sail between turquoise bays, swim from the boat and visit places that can only be reached by boat.
We offer sailboats for hire across the globe, but mainly in Croatia, Greece, Italy and the Caribbean. In the Caribbean you sail during the Swedish winter, from December to April. Then the sailing conditions are the best, with lovely temperature and good winds. In Italy, Greece and Croatia, the best conditions for renting a sailboat are between April and October, ie during the summer months. Greece, which is a little further south, has a slightly longer season compared to Croatia and Italy. Croatia is good for those who want a quieter sailing weather, usually the winds are milder.
In order to be able to rent a sailboat and sail yourself, it is required that a person on board holds a Driver’s License for boats under 12 meters and Coastal Ship Certificate for boats over 12 meters, in addition to this an SRC certificate (VHF) is also required.
Renting a sailboat and sailing in Croatia is an unforgettable experience. Thanks to the long, beautiful coast, clear water and the beautiful climate, Croatia has become known as a sailing paradise.
In Croatia, we broker sailboats for hire from the Split region. The area where Split is located is called Dalmatia. From Split there is the opportunity to sail both north or south along the coast. If you choose to sail north there is the national park Krka and the beautiful archipelago Kornati with many fine anchorages. While sailing south you will find popular islands such as Hvar, Vis, Brac and Korcula.
Greece is a very popular sailing destination and has been there for a long time. There are many people who choose to rent a sailing boat in Greece, you have several different starting points and different archipelagos to choose from. This is because Greece is surrounded by both the Aegean and the Ionian Sea.
We supply sailboats for hire both from Lefkas where you can sail in the Ionian Sea but also from Athens where you sail in the Aegean Sea. From Athens you reach the Saronic Islands as well as the islands belonging to the Cyclades. From Lefkas you reach the Ionian Islands on the western coast of Greece. In the Ionian Sea, the winds are milder, while it varies more among the Saronic Islands. There are often strong winds around the Cyclades.
Of course, when you rent a sailboat and depart from Sardinia, you sail in Italian waters, but you can also sail over to France and the island of Corsica, as the two islands are close to each other. In the La Maddalena archipelago, located on the north-east coast of Sardinia, there are some of the most spectacular beaches in Italy and some of the finest bathing waters. You can only explore these hidden paradise from a boat. The winds are pleasant and the food in the small restaurants is absolutely fantastic.
The Caribbean is a real sailing paradise with many wonderful destinations to discover and visit. For those who want to explore the Caribbean on their own, More Sailing offers many different sailing boats for hire. We supply sailboats for rent both from St. Petersburg. Lucia and Martinique. From both islands you reach as you sail south the Grenadines archipelago. The Grenadines consist of both small and large islands, all with chalky white beaches and turquoise sea.
The easiest route to the Caribbean from Europe is via London to St. Lucia or from Paris to Martinique. Weather and wind are constant in the Caribbean, it almost always blows from the same direction and the temperature does not differ significantly from day to day. The winds are rarely below 7 m / s and can reach up to 17 m / s, perfect for sailing.
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