RENT A BOAT IN
CABO SAN LUCAS
Renting yachts, catamarans, sailboats, and small boat rentals in Los Cabos is a simple process. Here are the steps you can follow to do so:
Explore the different boats options Papillon has to offer, yachts, catamarans, sailboats, small boats.
Look at the features, capacities, prices and fees.
Choose the boat that best suits your needs and budget. We recommend to call us or email before to make sure we have ability and personalize your experience.
Pay your deposite with our online booking form with the dates you would like to rent the boat, how many guests and any additional info we should know.
Receive a confirmation email with all the details of your rental, including thepick-up time in our luxury vans and any additional instructions.
Our private luxury transportation will pick you up straight from your hotel of Villa 30 -45 minutes before your charter and will drive you with comfort and style trough downtown and corredor truistic with amazing views.
Pay the remaining balance upon arrival to our office and our staff will walk you to the boat to meet your crew members.
Enjoy your time on the water with food & drinks, snorkel tour optional, floating mat, paddle boards and Bluetooth music.
At the end our staff will walk you to the transportation to take you back to your hotel or villa.
Rent a boat in
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Los Cabos is a municipality located at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula in Mexico. The municipality is divided into two main tourist zones: Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. Both areas have a wide tourist offering, with crystal-clear water beaches, water activities, sports, restaurants, and bars.
Cabo San Lucas is known for its famous arch, a rock formation at the southern end of the peninsula, which is a popular tourist destination. There are also several world-class golf courses in the area.
San Jose del Cabo is a more tranquil and relaxed town, with a colonial historic center and a handicrafts market. The area also has several beautiful beaches and is a popular spot for whale watching.
In addition to its tourist appeal, Los Cabos is an important fishing port and a base for deep-sea sport fishing. It is also home to a thriving community of expats and retirees, especially from the United States and Canada.