If you have your Nautical license and looking to charter a Bareboat, a RIB or an Open boat for example in Malta, Gozo or Comino, we can help you plan your day. On the link below is some useful information and tips to get the most out of your charter in Malta.

As a Skipper or a Captain, before you plan your itinerary, a check for the weather and sea conditions is a priority, to ensure the comfort and safety of your guests on board. On this guide we haven given you the best spots for anchorage depending on the wind direction and speed. We spoke to a highly experienced Captain who was happy to share his knowledge with us.

We show you the map of Malta, Gozo and Comino, with arrows around the Islands pointing in the wind direction, with beneficial key notes.

What does this show you?

A tick –  Means that you are safe to go out and anchor in the bay

? – Questionable, meaning this is up to the Captains discretion.

X – Not a good idea to go out, better to re-schedule your day

How do I book a Bareboat charter?

If you have a valid Nautical license, you may book one of the bare boat charters that we offer. You can pay via a bank transfer or credit card. We will ask for a copy of your Nautical license, then issue you a charter contract. This will be emailed directly to you. Your contract will show you all the important information, such as what time your charter starts, your departure and return point. We ask you to sign and return the charter contract back to us. That’s it… you are now ready to look forward to your day and invite your guests. On the day you will given a hand over on your rented boat and emergency numbers will be provided. Book your boat charter in Malta through us with confidence, we are always here and happy to assist you.

How can I get my Nautical license?

We can arrange a variety of courses through our reputable RYA training centre, just ask us and together we will find the right course for you. Recommended is the Power Boat level 2 ,  a comprehensive two day course, valid for power driven boats up to 10m in length, ideal for the ribs we have listed for you to charter.

Please click the below link to get your free weather and anchorage guide.

Trader Marine Weather and Anchorage Guide – V1.1