How to rent a boat on the Ile de Ré?

How to rent a boat on the Ile de Ré?


How to rent a boat on the Ile de Ré?

Ile de Ré boat rental

You want to make your stay on the Ile de Ré unforgettable... rent your boat from re island

A romantic weekend, with family or friends, renting a boat is a perfect opportunity to discover unmissable places in our landscape and the Atlantic Ocean in complete freedom. Renting a boat from the Ile de Ré guarantees you an unusual excursion to the unmissable Fort Boyard, the Ile d'Aix, the Ile d'Oléron or even La Rochelle.

How to rent a boat on the Ile de Ré?

Widespread on La Rochelle and the Ile de Ré, boat owners put their boats up for rent to individuals. However, we advise you to call on boat rental professionals to ensure a peaceful sea trip. (link at the bottom of the article)

Our tip, if you go through a boat rental professional: Ask them to make the boat available in one of the two ports closest to our Hotel (Port de Saint Martin de Ré and Port de La Flotte). You will thus benefit more from your trip at sea.

Advice on your itinerary for your sea trip:

Itinerary for a half-day boat rental

- Departure to the tide hotel direction the Port of Saint Martin or La Flotte en Ré

– By motorboat or sailboat, pass under the Ile de Ré bridge and head for our celebrity, Fort Boyard

– It's time to take a break to contemplate the Fort and the islands of Aix and Oléron from their coasts. We have no doubts about the unforgettable photos you can take here.

– Finally, head back towards the Ile de Ré, pass in front of La Rochelle and the Port de la Pallice to return to your Port of departure.

Itinerary for a charter day at sea

– After a pleasant night in the Hôtel de la Marée, head towards the Port of Saint Martin or La Flotte en Ré

– Seduced by the motorboat or the sail, you will pass under the bridge of the island of Ré, poue takes the cape on our celebrity, the Fort Boyard

– Arriving in front of the fort (respect a limit between the fort and your boat, you can have lunch there or “Beacher” on one of the beaches of the island of Oléron which faces the Fort (beach of Boyardville or beaches of Saumonards) .

– Depending on the time you have left and the tides, we advise you to head towards the port of La Rochelle to admire the city from the water. This step will not leave you indifferent.

– Finally, head back to the Ile de Ré and your embarkation port. You will be able to admire the Rochelaises coasts and discover an architecture still well steeped in its history.

Boat rental provider from the Ile de Ré:

-PZ Sailing: Boat rental in La Rochelle ( )