Sailboat Charter in Cancún

  1. Bavaria 44 - Bavaria (2004)Cancún
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine 1x55hp
    Draught ---
    Size 46ft
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  2. Sauvage 60 Sloop (1995)Cancún
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 6+2
    Engine 1x70hp
    Draught ---
    Size 60ft
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  3. Beneteau 46 - Beneteau (2017)Cancún
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine ---
    Draught ---
    Size 46ft
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What to see before embarking

Museums that will leave you in awe

There are several interesting niche museums that may surprise you in this region. Head over to the Underwater Museum of Art, otherwise known as the MUSA, in Isla Mujeres to discover a unique collection of cement sculptures hidden beneath the surface of the water. You can dive, snorkel, or take a glass bottom boat to view this amazing underwater artwork for yourself. When you charter a sailboat in Cancun, take a trip south to Tulum to visit the Prehistoric Museum at Parque Dos Ojos and enjoy relics from the past. Dive into the history of the Ice Age by exploring the fossilized remains that are on display.

Chichen Itza

Interested in the story of the Mayan people? Take a day trip to central Yucatan to see Chichen Itza before your sailboat rental in Cancun! Here, you can fully experience the ruins of a Mayan city that used to be home to up to 50,000 people. Learn about why it was such an important commercial centre in the Americas and how the Mayan people helped shape the local culture of the region today. One of the most notable sites in Chichen Itza to pay a visit is the Pyramid of Kukulkan, which was supposed to be the physical representation of the Maya calendar. Another fascinating site to uncover is the naturally occurring pool Cenote Sagrado, which could be one of the potential causes for settlement in this area, that the Mayans would often use for rituals and sacrifices in times of drought. Today, the watering hole remains, and so does the eery green water and lush flora around the 60-metre basin.

Post-embarkment activities

Nautical activities

Once you embark on your sailing holiday in Cancun, what better way to spend your leisure time than in the water—or on the water! Test out an activity like jet skiing, parasailing, or paddle boarding to make the most of your sailboat rental. There are plenty of water sports to enjoy for everyone. Do not hesitate to try something new during your holiday, as Cancun is truly a wonderland for nautical activities. If you prefer spending your time under the water, there is snorkelling, scuba diving, and even opportunities to swim with dolphins! Discover the world under your sailboat with all the unique marine plant and animal species that are native to the Yucatan coast. This is an excellent opportunity for nature lovers to find new creatures or take the chance to get a closer look at the life under your boat!

Expansive beaches

Other than relaxing on just your sailboat charter in Cancun, find a beach to lounge on under the warmth of the sun to enjoy everything there is to offer in this stunning destination! Famous for pristine white sand beaches that stretch along the coast, you will not want to pass up the opportunity to lay in the soft sand or in a lounger and gently drift away to the sound of the waves. Take to Playa Maroma if you are searching for a lively atmosphere filled with beach clubs and cabanas—the perfect place to go with friends. Not to mention, the water is the perfect turquoise colour that will take your breath away! If you would prefer a quieter experience, head to Akumal Beach where you will be able to find a much calmer environment perfect for relaxation. Akumal in Maya language translates to “place of the turtles,” which is fitting as this beach is also known to be a sea turtle hotspot!

Best time to visit Cancun by sailboat

December to April is the season with the least rainfall and most ideal weather conditions. The average precipitation between February to April is the lowest, and the temperature is moderate, around 22°C to 31°C on average. Obviously, one of the most important conditions to be prepared for when renting a sailboat in Cancun is the wind. During these months, there are consistent winds around 14 kilometres per hour and occasional gusts in a south-eastern and eastern direction.

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