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A boat charter in Puerto Rico will cost anywhere from $100/person for a 3-hour sailing cruise, to well over $1000/day for a luxury yacht charter. The cost for your boat charter in Puerto Rico will depend on the boat’s capacity, the duration of your charter, where you want to go, and the type of experience you want to have. Boat charters are a very customizable activity, so you can make it as budget-friendly or as luxurious as you’d like! On average, you can expect to pay about $200/hour for a boat charter in Puerto Rico.
Boating licenses are required for boaters in Puerto Rico who were born on or after July 1st, 1972. This is required to operate a boat, regardless if it is a rental or not. It’s always a good idea to have a boating license and a boating safety certificate before you rent or operate any watercraft. If you do not have these requirements, you can book a boat charter in Puerto Rico with a licensed captain.
Yacht charters in Puerto Rico cost anywhere from $150/hour to well over $600/hour. The price depends on the size and model of the yacht, special inclusions (food and beverage packages, entertainment, itinerary of the charter), how many people are on board, and the time duration of your charter. Holidays or busy tourist seasons can also impact the cost of a yacht charter in Puerto Rico.
Culebra is a popular boat tour destination in Puerto Rico, and you can visit it on a day trip or for an overnight stay. It’s an easily accessible island paradise, less than an hour's boat trip from Ceiba. If you leave from the port in San Juan, it will take a few hours, but you can structure your boating adventure to stop at multiple islands and unique beaches in addition to Culebra.
A $2.50 ferry ticket to Culebra is the cheapest way to get there from mainland Puerto Rico. If you want to get to Culebra on a boat tour, it can cost anywhere between $300-600 for a half or full day of boating on a private yacht with a captain to take care of the navigating. This is often on a larger boat, so you can split the cost with your travel companions.