Yacht rental and packages Singapore 

We’ve just heard – it’ll be a good while before travel returns to normal again.  While many of us might be missing our beach vacations, Singapore has its fair share of things to satisfy that wanderlust as well. Head out to sea and try something new with these 9 yacht rentals, deals and packages for a quick getaway, where you’ll quite literally, be overseas

These are some of the best options out there to splurge on for a day of fun, sorted according to price, starting from $112/pax:

*Passenger limit is 5 pax per yacht in Phase 2.

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1. Klook’s Sunrise Private Yacht – snorkelling & kayaking at Lazarus

We often associate snorkelling and kayaking with beach getaways in Phuket or Bali, but you can just as well do those activities in Singapore, from a private yacht, no less.

Klook’s Sunrise Private Yacht
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Klook’s Sunrise Private Yacht takes you to the picturesque island of Lazarus and its quiet beaches of powdery white sand. Snorkel in the deep blue or fit in some exercise aboard one of their two kayaks to explore the sweeping lagoon of the island. Bathroom and shower facilities are also provided on the yacht to clean up after!

Klook’s Sunrise Private Yacht
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Water sports always get tummies rumbling, and if you don’t want to worry about refuelling after, do opt for the add-on Grill Service ($150) to have access to the yacht’s grill for a barbeque onboard. Ingredients aren’t provided, but you can easily pop by Fairprice Xtra at VivoCity to stock up! 

Price: From $560/5 pax for 4 hours ($112/pax)
Departs from: Sentosa Cove

Book Klook’s Sunrise Private Yacht.

2. Clipper Heritage’s No Name One – stand up paddleboards and inflatable water floats

The idea of simply sitting back and chilling suits some of us, but if you prefer your “yachtcation” to be jam-packed, wave goodbye to any semblance of a sedentary life with Clipper Heritage’s No Name One.

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Everything you could possibly need for a day of fun in the sun, this yacht has. Hop on a stand up paddleboard to explore the waters or lie on their inflatable floats to soak up some vitamin D. A double-seater kayak, free-flow of soft drinks, and ice will also be provided.

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Snappers, mackerels and groupers are some of the common fish in Singapore’s waters – so also try your luck with fishing, with their two fishing rods and prawn bait provided upon request. You may just find yourself with some fresh catch of the day to enjoy for dinner!

Clipper Heritage’s No Name One
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Price: From $588/5 pax for 4 hours ($147/pax)
Departs from: Marina at Keppel Bay
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3. Marina Keppel Bay’s The Admiral – elegant interior & open decks

Yacht rental Singapore - Marina Keppel Bay’s The Admiral

Nothing spells tranquility quite like a boat ride off the coast of Greece, especially now that travelling has been put on hold and we can only dream of bidding our everyday lives bon voyage. So get a taste of a luxury yacht trip without a long haul flight on The Admiral, an elegant yacht bound to make your wildest seafarer dreams come true, even if just for a day.

Yacht rental Singapore - Marina Keppel Bay’s The Admiral

The yacht is not as large as some of the others on this list, but boy is it grand. On the deck, you’ll find a wide-open space perfect for sunbathing. Else, head on up to the sheltered flybridge to enjoy the sea breeze.

Yacht rental Singapore - Marina Keppel Bay’s The Admiral

Inside, you’ll be able to take a break from the sun, with their air-conditioned living area, complete with three cabins and two bathrooms. Hit up some of your favourite tunes on their flatscreen TV or speakers to get the party atmosphere going.

Price: From $750/5 pax for 4 hours ($150/pax) | Additional $200/hour after
Departs from: Keppel Bay
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4. Power Catamaran Kingdom – spacious yacht with large deck 

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Yachts take us to wide open seas, but hardly do we ever get to enjoy a humongous space to frolic and play, much less lay out a mat for suntanning or a session of yoga.

Measuring 53 feet long, Power Catamaran’s Kingdom is a mammoth in the yacht world. On a regular day, this catamaran fits a whopping 35 people, and is large enough to smoothly cruise through the open seas, and comfortably take you from Singapore all the way to Thailand. That’s something to KIV for future trips! 

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For now, other than lounging on their spacious decks or sippin’ on a drink in their expansive outdoor cockpits, you can head on up to the flybridge on the second level to enjoy 360° panoramic views of your surroundings as you sail around Singapore.

A fully air-conditioned interior with a lounge, kitchenette and wine cellar will also be waiting indoors, should you decide it’s time to take a break from the sun.

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The recommended itinerary will let you dock the yacht at one of the Southern Islands for three hours, before continuing your cruise along the Marina Bay skyline, and then heading back to shore.

Price: From $802/5 pax for 4 hours ($160.40/pax)
Departs from:  ONE°15 Marina Club
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5. Royal Albatross’ Sunset Sail & City Lights – 3-course dinner 

We’re always on the lookout for the next romantic restaurant, from ones with unblocked panoramic views to scenic ones of Singapore’s waterfront. Impress bae for your next date with a sunset dinner cruise on the Royal Albatross, available Fridays to Sundays.

Royal Albatross' Sunset Sail & City Lights
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The superyacht is Singapore’s only tall ship, a.k.a. an old-world style boat, with large sails and towering high masts. If you’re wondering, the latter is open for visitors to climb up, at a fee of $38. 

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Upon entering the ship, you’ll be greeted with a mocktail before settling down for a 3-course meal consisting of an appetiser, main and dessert, whilst enjoying the view of the setting sun. 

The ship’s full capacity is 130 persons, but due to safe distancing measures, there are limited slots available on each cruise. This is a good thing for visitors as this translates to a more intimate experience and more space to snap those IG photos without accidental photobombers in your background.

Price: $196/pax
Departs from: Resorts World Sentosa
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6. RSYC’s Sunset Cruise Staycation – evening sail & seaside stay

RSYC’s Sunset Cruise Staycation

Typically members-only, the Republic of Singapore Yacht Club’s Marina Lodge rooms are now open for everyone to enjoy. Experience what it’s like to be a part of this exclusive club with their Sunset Cruise Staycation Package which comes with a night’s stay in their superior room (U.P. $165) and a 2-hour sunset cruise.

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As a cherry on top, you’ll be given the option to invite three friends along for the yacht trip at no additional charge. For more time on the vast open sea, top up $300 to enjoy 3 extra hours on the yacht.

Price: $400/2 pax for a 2-hour sail with staycation ($200/pax)
Departs from: Republic of Singapore Yacht Club
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7. ONE15’s Eagle’s Wings 2 – 2D1N sail with jet skis and island stopover

Yacht rental Singapore - ONE15’s Eagle’s Wings 2

For a true getaway experience, a couple of hours certainly won’t suffice. ONE15’s Eagle’s Wings 2 offers a 2D1N package that’ll take you on what’s sure to feel like an out-of-Singapore escape.

ONE15’s Eagle’s Wings 2
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The yacht’s rooms are fitted with three cabins, with two queen size beds and a pair of single beds to crash in after island hopping or sailing around Singapore’s waters – whatever floats your boat! Simply discuss your preferred itinerary with the crew after making your booking.

Jet skis ($800/2 hours), towable floats ($800/2 hours) and skibobs ($600/2 hours) are also available at an extra charge if you wanna ball harder than Leonardo DiCaprio in “Wolf on Wall Street”.

ONE15’s Eagle’s Wings 2 - cabin
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Price: $3,200/5 pax for a 2D1N trip from 2PM-10AM ($640/pax)
Departs from: ONE ̊15 Marina Sentosa Cove
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8. The Barracks Hotel’s Sea Breeze & Champagne – 3h sail & free-flow champagne 

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Staycations, yachts, and everything nice – these are the ingredients needed to create the perfect little escapade.

Treat yourself to The Barracks Hotel’s Sea Breeze & Champagne ($559/night) staycation, which comes with all-day refreshments, a DIY tea experience and free-flow champagne. It’s available for a limited time only, from now till 31st December 2020.

Yacht rental Singapore - The Barracks Hotel’s Sea Breeze & Champagne
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Ximula Sail

Amp up the splendour by pairing it with an exclusive 3-hour Breakfast Sail with Ximula ($800), a deal only available with this package. In place of the usual hotel breakfast, on board, you’ll find a picnic basket with sandwiches, snacks, beverages and wine to enjoy as you cruise along the Marina Bay. 

Price: From $1,359/2 pax for a 3-hour sail with staycation ($679.60/pax)
Departs from: ONE°15 Marina Club. 2-way transport will be provided from the hotel.
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9. M Social’s Yacht-cation Escape – half-day trip with hotel stay

M Social’s Yacht-cation Escape
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Level up your next staycation with M Social luxe Yacht-cation Escape, where a 2D1N itinerary is fully mapped out for you. All you’ll have to do is sit back, enjoy and let everything run its course.

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On Day 1, enjoy a boozy-filled stay with a cocktail creation class followed by dinner with wine at Beast & Butterflies.

Day 2, however, is where the real highlight of your stay lies. After a gourmet breakfast, hop on a private limousine that’ll take you to your yacht. Satiate your wanderlust, cruising around Singapore’s waters, while diving into the gourmet picnic lunch and sparkling wine provided.

Price: $1,380/2 pax for a 4-hour sail with staycation ($690/pax)
Departs from: Two-way private limo transfer provided from yacht club to hotel.
M Social’s Yacht-cation Escape

Treat yourself to a yacht trip in Singapore

See the line where the sky meets the sea? If it calls you like it did Moana, then indulge in one of these yacht packages for a trip out to sea. Plenty of options are available from relatively budget-friendly options to extravagant experiences to splurge on. 

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