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Charter Catamaran Lagoon 450 F Nosy Be
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Nosy Be
New

Lagoon - 450 F | 4 cabins (2014)

10
8
With a skipper

From €800 per day

Charter Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Lavezzi 40 Nosy Be
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Nosy Be
4.8
 (1)

Fountaine Pajot - Lavezzi 40 | 4 cabins (2010)

8
8
With a skipper

From €330 per day

Charter Sailboat Chantier particulier , vieux gréement Goélette Nosy Be
Nosy Be
5.0
 (1)

Chantier particulier , vieux gréement - Goélette | 1 cabin (2008)

8
8
With a skipper

From €960 per day

Charter Gulet Morombe Goélette Toliara
Toliara
3.7
 (1)

Morombe - Goélette | 5 cabins (2013)

16
12
With a skipper

From €360 per day

Charter Motorboat TECHMARINE TM21 Nosy Be
Nosy Be

TECHMARINE - TM21 | (2017)

9
With a skipper

From €120 per day

Charter Catamaran FARRIER 44 Nosy Be
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Nosy Be
4.0
 (1)

FARRIER - 44 | 4 cabins (2004)

8
8
With a skipper

From €360 per day

Charter Catamaran FOUNTAINE PAJOT ANTIGUA Nosy Be
Nosy Be
3.7
 (3)

FOUNTAINE PAJOT - ANTIGUA | 4 cabins (1996)

8
8
With a skipper

From €315 per day

Charter Catamaran jaguar 41' Nosy Be
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Nosy Be
New

jaguar - 41' | 4 cabins (2010)

8
8
With a skipper

From €370 per day

Charter Catamaran Robertson an Cain Leopard 44 Nosy Be
Nosy Be

Robertson an Cain - Leopard 44 | 4 cabins (2013)

10
8
With a skipper

From €1,450 per day

Charter Catamaran Plan Langevin triargoz 52 Nosy Be
Nosy Be
4.8
 (2)

Plan Langevin - triargoz 52 | 4 cabins (2014)

8
12
Super owner
With a skipper

From €1,000 per day

Discover Madagascar by boat

Madagascar, a land of biodiversity and natural wonders, invites you to explore its beauty from the unique perspective of the sea. Renting a private yacht in Madagascar offers a captivating way to immerse yourself in the island's rich landscapes and diverse ecosystems. Whether it's the lush rainforests or vibrant coral reefs, a yacht charter allows you to access remote and untouched areas that land-based travel can't reach. With Scansail, your voyage becomes a tailor-made experience, and the variety of boat types available ensures that your journey matches your preferences.

How much does it cost for private yacht charter in Madagascar?

The cost of yacht charter in Madagascar varies based on several factors:

  • Season: Prices may fluctuate depending on the time of the year, with high and low seasons influencing rates.
  • Duration: The longer the charter, the more cost-effective it can be on a per-day basis.
  • Type of Boat: Different boat types come with varying price tags. Choose from options like motorboats, sailboats, catamarans, and more.
  • Port/Marina: The location of embarkation can impact costs, with certain ports having different fee structures.
  • With or Without Skipper: Opting for a skipper service can influence the overall price.
  • Extras: Additional services like equipment, crew, and amenities can incur extra charges.

Here are some average prices for yacht charter in Madagascar per day:

  • Motorboat: From €120 per day
  • Sailboat: From €960 per day
  • Catamaran: From €315 per day
  • Gulet: From €360 per day

How much does it cost to charter a skippered yacht in Madagascar?

For those seeking a more relaxed sailing experience, chartering a skippered yacht in Madagascar provides the perfect solution. Prices range from €100 to €250 per day.

How much does it cost to charter a crewed yacht in Madagascar?

For the epitome of luxury and convenience, chartering a crewed yacht in Madagascar offers a fully serviced experience. Prices range from €200 to €350 per day.

Where to sail in Madagascar

Beaches:

Anakao Beach: This serene stretch of golden sand offers tranquillity and stunning views of the turquoise waters. An ideal spot for relaxation and water activities.

Nosy Iranja: Known as "Turtle Island," Nosy Iranja boasts powdery white sands and crystal-clear waters. It's a haven for beach lovers and marine enthusiasts.

Ifaty Beach: Fringed with palm trees, Ifaty Beach is renowned for its coral reefs and vibrant marine life. Ideal for snorkelling and diving adventures.

Islands:

Île Sainte-Marie: A historical island with pirate graves, lush landscapes, and secluded coves. Perfect for exploring both land and sea.

Île aux Cerfs: A picturesque island surrounded by turquoise waters, offering pristine beaches and excellent snorkelling opportunities.

Coastal Regions:

Baie des Russes: A beautiful bay surrounded by lush greenery, providing a tranquil escape and stunning coastal views.

Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park: While primarily a land attraction, the coastal regions near this UNESCO World Heritage Site offer dramatic limestone formations and unique landscapes.

Baie d'Antongil: A stunning bay embraced by rainforests, providing a scenic coastal retreat and a gateway to nearby natural wonders.

What season is the best for private yacht charter in Madagascar?

Choosing the right season is crucial for a memorable sailing experience. For optimal conditions and to make the most of your private yacht hire in Madagascar, consider factors such as prices, weather conditions, and sailing conditions. The best time to visit varies, and Scansail can provide valuable insights based on your preferences.

The high season corresponds with Madagascar's dry winter months. During this period, the weather is generally pleasant, characterized by mild temperatures and lower humidity. The southeast trade winds prevail during these months, providing consistent and manageable sailing conditions. Clear skies and calm seas create an idyllic setting for a smooth sailing experience.

Why should you sail for a weekend in Madagascar?

Sailing for a weekend in Madagascar offers a refreshing escape with several benefits. It allows you to experience the beauty of the island in a shorter timeframe, making it an ideal option for those seeking a quick but rejuvenating getaway.

How much does it cost to charter a yacht in Madagascar for a weekend?

Here are some average prices for yacht charter in Madagascar per weekend:

  • Motorboat: From €360 per weekend
  • Sailboat: From €2,880 per weekend
  • Catamaran: From €945 per weekend
  • Gulet: From €1,080 per weekend

What type of boat is best to rent for a weekend in Madagascar?

The type of boat best suited for a weekend getaway depends on your preferences and the experience you seek. Scansail offers a range of options, including motorboats, sailboats, and catamarans, catering to different tastes.

Which places are best to visit when chartering a yacht in Madagascar for a weekend?

Nosy Be 

Pristine beaches and vibrant marine life.

Île aux Nattes 

Serene island with crystal:clear waters.

Baie des Russes 

Beautiful bay surrounded by lush greenery.

Île Sainte Marie 

Historical island with pirate graves and stunning landscapes.

Morondava 

Famous for the iconic Avenue of the Baobabs.

Why should you sail for a week in Madagascar?

Sailing for a week in Madagascar allows for a more immersive experience, providing the opportunity to explore a wider range of destinations and indulge in the diverse offerings of the island.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Madagascar for a week?

Here are some average prices for yacht charter in Madagascar per week:

  • Motorboat: From €840 per week
  • Sailboat: From €6,720 per week
  • Catamaran: From €2,205 per week
  • Gulet: From €2,520 per week

What type of boat is best to rent for a week in Madagascar?

For a week-long adventure, larger vessels such as catamarans or sailing yachts may offer more comfort and amenities. Scansail's fleet provides options for every preference.

Which places are best to visit when renting a boat in Madagascar for a week?

Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park

A UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its unique limestone formations.

Anakao 

A charming fishing village with pristine beaches.

Île aux Cerfs 

A picturesque island with white sandy beaches and turquoise waters.

Baie d'Antongil 

A stunning bay surrounded by lush rainforests.

Masoala National Park 

Rich biodiversity and breathtaking landscapes.

Andavadoaka 

A fishing village with a vibrant marine environment.

Diego Suarez 

A bustling port city with a mix of cultures and historical sites.

What is the capacity of boats in Madagascar?

Understanding the capacity of boats is essential for planning your sailing adventure in Madagascar. Here's a breakdown for different types of boats:

  • Motorboat: 2 to 12 passengers, varying by size.
  • Motor Yacht: Capacity varies, with smaller yachts for 4 to 8 passengers and larger ones for more.
  • Sailboat: 4 to 10 passengers on smaller vessels, up to 12 or more on larger ones.
  • Catamaran: Spacious options catering to 6 to 12 passengers for smaller catamarans and more for larger luxury options.
  • Sailing Yacht: 6 to 12 passengers for smaller yachts, accommodating more for larger options.

 

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