Rental boats

At Quicksail Charter we have a great fleet of rental boats, both sail or motor yacht, available for rent with or without skipper in many ports of the Mediterranean Sea.

We can offer you boats in Valencia, Castellón, Alicante, Barcelona, Spain… And in addition, if you need it, we can send the boat wherever you want.
And don’t miss the packages that we have designed for your unforgettable holidays.

We offer one week at Balearic Islands with the pack “Enjoy the White Island” or a route designed for lovers of the sea and relax it with “See the clear waters of the costa blanca”

Enjoy the White Island

This summer don’t loose the opportunity to know the crystal & clear waters of Ibiza or Formentera and manages to reach the most hidden and spectacular island on board of the sailing boat with capacity for 10 people during the day and 8 at night to sleep.

¡There are no traps or small print: !


Sailing for everybody

✔ JUNE: SAILING BOAT Dufour 40 1 WEEK PER: 2.650 €

✔ JULY & AUGUST: SAILING BOAT Dufour 40 1 WEEK PER 3.250 €

Discover the clear waters of the Costa Blanca

For clients who love the sea, we have a new product called: Sailing Holidays for the Costa Blanca.

Below, we detail the sailing boats and routes, scales, prices and conditions, always adapted to the customers request.


Up to 8 passengers, our minimum 40 foot sailing boats include a dining room, a deck, and 2-3 comfortable cabins with air conditioning, showers and toilets.



✔ The price includes:
-Sailing boat with 2-3 cabins
-Boat Insurance

✔ The price doesn´t include:
-21% VAT
-Skipper: 150€/day
-AMoorings in costa blanca harbour

✔ From 1.750€ per week €



Day 1: Alicante & Denia
-Fly to Alicante and upon arrival travel to Denia where you board one of our sailing cruiser yachts.
-Set sail towards the small coves and holds around Denia to get familiarize with yacht, crew and navigation.
-Visit of the castle located on a rocky crag overlooking the city.
-Built in the 11th and 12th century, it offers views around the sea, the city and the surrounding area.

Day 2 Denia – Moraira
-After breakfast sail towards Moraira, passing by some of the finest beaches as Cape La Nao, a small rocky beach with the most crystal clear waters on the Costa Blanca, ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving. Once anchored in a picturesque cove.
-Arrival at Moraira at the end of the afternoon where you moored overnight.
-This small town is one of the most unspoilt resorts on the Costa Blanca with 8 km² of beautiful coastline backed by mountains, and a large vineyard covering 7 km².
-Moraira’s roots as a fishing village have not changed much, and today the fishermen still go out in the early hours each day, bringing back a fresh catch which is sold by auction at the traditional fish market, one of the most popular in the Costa Blanca region.

Day 3 Moraira – Altea
-Searly departure from Moraira to arrive at Altea for lunch.
-During the afternoon, enjoy a guided walking tour of Altea steeped in history…During the Moorish domination the land around Altea belonged to the Taifa of Dénia until it was recaptured by the Christians in 1244 under James I of Aragon. The town was quickly fortified, and walls were erected to enclose what is now known as the “old town” from outsiders.
-This maze of cobbled narrow and crooked streets with glimpses of the bay is one of the better features of the town. The center piece is the church of La Mare de Déu del Consol (“Our Lady of Solace”), easily identifiable by its picturesque blue and white domes, tiled with glazed ceramics.

Day 4 Altea – Alicante
-After breakfast sail towards Alicante. The morning will be spent quietly enjoying the sea, the sun or reading your favorite holiday novel.
-Arrival at Alicante at the end of the afternoon where you moor overnight.
Alicante is a city with over 3000 years of history.
-As well as museums, Alicante has a great monumental heritage from the Santa Bárbara Castle overlooking the Mediterranean top Mount Benacantil and providing unrivalled sea views to San Nicolás Co-cathedral in the city’s historic quarter or the 18th century baroque-style Town Hall.
-You will enjoy a visit to the MARQ Archaeological Museum, one of Spain’s most avant-garde museums due to the innovative way in which archaeology is presented using the most hi-tech audiovisual techniques.

Day 5 Alicante – Isla de Tabarca
-This morning, sail to Isla Tabarca, the only inhabited island in the Region of Valencia. It’s more than just an island: it’s a small archipelago that comprises the islets of La Cantera, La Galera and La Nao as well as the Isla de Tabarca itself. It is approximately 1,800 meters long and measures some 400 meters across at its widest point. 
In the past, its shores were a refuge for Berber pirates and, in the 18th century, King Carlos III ordered the island to be fortified and a town built, in which to house several families of Genoese fishermen who were being held prisoner in the Tunisian city of Tabarka. 
The walls surrounding the town have been officially declared a Historical and Artistic Site and an Asset of Cultural Interest.
-The island’s waters have been officially declared a Mediterranean Marine Reserve for their excellent quality and for the biodiversity of their flora and fauna.
-Lunch in a seafood restaurant.
-After lunch, sail back to Alicante where a shopping afternoon is waiting for you.
-Overnight in Alicante

Day 6 Alicante – Calpe
-DAfter breakfast your cruise continues along the coast passing many picturesque coves and holds en route.
-After lunch on board you arrive at the end of the afternoon in Calpe. Due to its strategic coastal location Many Iberian, Roman and Arab archeological sites exist in the town. The most important monuments in Calp are the ruins of Els banys de la Reina, (the Queen’s baths), the flooded salt flats, a bird sanctuary for migratory birds, its Gothic Catholic church and the tower of La Peça, dating from the 18th century.
-Dinner down town.
-Overnight in Calpe.

Day 7 Calpe- Denia
-After a great breakfast cruise course Denia passing by Cape San Antonio, one of the lighthouses of the coastline. Constructions bound to the history of Mediterranean civilizations, the lighthouses carry out a vital role for sailors, an age-old, necessary task, the announcement of hope and an entrance to the hustle and bustle of towns and villages open to the world.
-Enjoy lunch on board and spend the afternoon in Denia.
-Last dinner on board.
-Overnight in Denia.

Day 8 Denia – Back Home
-Disembark your sailing yacht and travel to the airport for your flight back to the UK.