May & October€ 11,980
June & September€ 11,980
July & August€ 14,400
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The time you take out the boat is up to you. Most boats can be taken out from as early as 10:00. As the rental period is usually 8 hours, we suggest taking the boat out early between 10:00 and 11:30 if you have an early lunch reservation or evening plans and between 12:00 and 13:30 if you have a late lunch reservation or want to catch sunset on your way back. Most boats are berthed in Marina Ibiza and Marina Botafoch which are located close to Ibiza Town. The boats must be boarded from this location unless we can make a special arrangement, for example, your villa has sea access or there is a safe boarding point nearby.
The most popular destination to visit is the neighbouring island of Formentera just 30 minutes from Ibiza. Renowned for its white sandy beaches and crystal blue waters, Formentera has arguably the best beaches in Europe and is home to some of the most sought after beach restaurants.
Alternatively, Ibiza boasts spectacular coast lines, private coves and untouched beaches to enjoy on your day out. By opting to stay around the island you will be able to venture around the South and West coast or even take a tour to the North of the island. Ibiza offers plenty of famous sights like Es Vedra and Atlantis as well as popular beach restaurants and great swimming and snorkel spots along the way.
Some boats will already come with equipment, motorised toys and inflatables included so you can have plenty of fun at sea. If you are looking for something more specific, we can arrange for this to be added to your boat experience at an additional cost.
For groups of more than 12 people, we suggest that you take out two boats in tandem and split your group accordingly. Otherwise, there are a few select larger boats which operate with event licences and can take up to 100 people, these are significantly larger catamarans and sailing boats.