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Sailboats available for rent in Vigo
Sail yacht Ronáutica Ro 330Port of VigoCapacity: 10 pax, 5 to sleepCabins: 2Year: 2001€1,900/1 week
Sail yacht Elan 31Port of VigoCapacity: 6 pax, 6 to sleepCabins: 2Year: 2005€1,900/1 week
Sail yacht Elan Impression 344Port of VigoCapacity: 8 pax, 8 to sleepCabins: 3Year: 2006€2,300/1 week
Sail yacht Bavaria 38 CruiserPort of VigoCapacity: 12 pax, 6 to sleepCabins: 3Year: 2003€2,600/1 week
Sail yacht Elan 37Port of VigoCapacity: 8 pax, 8 to sleepCabins: 3Year: 2005€2,600/1 week
Sail yacht Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 39Port of VigoCapacity: 12 pax, 8 to sleepCabins: 3Year: 2007€3,200/1 week
Sail yacht Elan Impression 40Port of VigoCapacity: 9 pax, 8 to sleepCabins: 3Year: 2017€3,200/1 week
Sail yacht Beneteau Oceanis 500Port of VigoCapacity: 11 pax, 11 to sleepCabins: 3Year: 1990€3,600/1 week
SAiling Boat rentals in Vigo bareboat or skippered
What you should know to rent a Sailing boat in Vigo, Pontevedra
The destination Rías Baixas (Galicia) is located in the northwest of Spain, in the north of Portugal, surrounded by a Maritime - Terrestrial National Park composed of four perfect archipelagos to anchor, four marvelous navigable Rías all year round, innumerable beaches and historic islands. An idyllic destination to sail in which Nautic Adventure has a fantastic fleet of sailboat rentals in Vigo and boat hire in Vigo that is based in the center of the Vigo estuary under the Royal Yacht Club.
RÍA DE VIGO
The Ría de Vigo is the largest treasure in the city, located south of the Galician estuaries; it enters the land to mix with the water of the river, while the slopes of the coastal valley rise forming green mountains at the edge of the coast, drawing thousands of unrepeatable forms ...
The Vigo estuary is protected by the archipelago of the Cies Islands, a National Park composed of three islands in the middle of the Atlantic and open access gate amar. It is a natural paradise, with its calm waters and unparalleled marine wealth.
RIO DE PONTEVEDRA
The Ría de Pontevedra mix of heritage, hidden beaches and marinas of interest invite the navigator to make a stop. Protected by another of the archipelagos of the Maritime Terrestrial National Park of the Atlantic islands, Ons Islands, they are known for their rich gastronomy of fresh sea products and their "furnas", marine caves sculpted in granite that will give the best welcome to the navigator. In the north of the estuary, the most social part is enjoyed in the port of Sanxenxo and Portonovo.
At 55 miles from the Ría de Vigo, Cape Finisterre marks the end of the Camino de Santiago for many pilgrims and also hides the true secret of the Costa da Morte: with rugged landscapes, wild beaches of impressive beauty, some (sheltered from the cape ) of calm waters and others of strong waves like Mar de Fora, one of the wildest beaches in Galicia. And the great attraction of all times, the sunset over the immensity of the Ocean! the sea of the end of the world, the sea of Fisterra.
HOW TO GET
By road from:
Porto: 154.4 Km. A Coruña: 159.6 Km. Santiago de Compostela: 90.4 Km. Madrid: 602 Km.
Aereopuerto de Peinador-Vigo (20min). Porto-Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport (1h15min).
Lavacolla Airport in Santiago (1h). Airport of La Coruña (2h30min).
Vigo Guixar Station. Estration Vigo Urzaiz