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The Best Boat Rentals in the Philippines

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      Find the right listing for you and your crew, with options for boat types, group size, captained or self-charter, and lots more.

    • Inquire & Book

      Found one you like? Send a rental inquiry with your preferred trip details, and you’ll receive an offer from your captain to book.

    • Enjoy

      Coordinate a pick-up place and time, meet your boat captain, and get out onto the water!

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How much does it cost to charter a yacht in the Philippines?

    Yacht charters in the Philippines can be a surprisingly affordable way to see the islands. Charters start at around $120/hour and range up to about $500/hour for a luxury yacht. You can also book a ticket on a yacht tour for a sunset or island hopping for just $50/person, but you will be sharing the boat with other travelers. It can be a great way to meet new people!

    Is there good fishing in the Philippines?

    Fishing charters are a great activity to enjoy in the Philippines, with some islands standing out as being world-class fishing destinations. Visit Siargao or Cebu for some amazing saltwater fishing opportunities. Expect to catch Giant Trevally, Skipjack Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna, and Wahoo or Tangigue to name a few.

    How much does it cost to go island hopping in the Philippines?

    Island hopping tours can be the most fun and affordable activities to enjoy in the Philippines, with a day tour starting at about $50/person! Climb onboard a boat and cruise around with other travelers visiting nearby islands, enjoying a delicious Filipino lunch at sea, and exploring stunning beaches and coves that look like you’re in a postcard.