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Bavaria C42 sailboat charter (2024)

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Rent a boat Bavaria Cruiser 41 (2016) in Greece

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Catamaran Nautitech 46 Fly (2021) for rent in Greece

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Elba 45 catamaran charter (2022)


Rent a boat Sun Loft 47 - 6 + 1 cab. (2020) in Greece

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Sailboat Sun Odyssey 349 (2019) for rent in Greece

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Lagoon 42 catamaran charter (2018)


Rent a boat Hanse 505 (2015) in Greece

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  • Skiathos 187
  • Mykonos 129
  • Elliniko 61
  • Palairos 42
  • Santorini 29
  • Nea Peramos 28
  • Salamina 25
  • Zakynthos 21
  • Kefalonia 20
  • Porto Heli 16
  • Nea Moudania 5
  • Anavyssos 5
  • Limenas Avdiron 5
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Types of boats available for rent in Greece

Sailboat charter

There are 3016 sailboats available for charter in Greece, prices start from €628 per week. Most budget friendly option for a vacation.

Sailboat charter

Catamaran charter

1382 catamarans available for rent in Greece, form €1,164 for 1 week charter. Ideal option for group of friends or family vacation.

Catamaran charter

Power boat charter

208 powerboats available in Greece for rent, starting from €660 per week. Bareboat or crewed options available for sailing vacations.

Power boat charter

Gulets charter

31 gulets available for charter in Greece from €2,048 per week. These crewed yachts usually offered with full board and provisioning.

Gulets charter

Trimaran charter

Currently not available for charter in this country. Check other boat types.

Trimaran charter

Houseboat charter

Houseboat charter

Yacht charter types available in Greece

Bareboat charter Bareboat rentals in Greece is the right choice for all kinds of sailors. There are 4684 boats available for rent. Enjoy freedom of being captain and sailing anywhere you want. View available options

Crewed yachts Enjoy hassle free, luxury sailing vacation with personalized itinerary and full board. Crewed yacht charter in Greece is the best option for people looking to get the most during their sailing vacation. View available options

Skippered boats We may offer professional captain for any boat in Greece. This is a good option for novice sailors looking for professional skipper to back up them during the first days of charter or the whole sailing vacation. View available options

By the Cabin charter If this is your first sailing vacation or you don’t want to rent the whole boat, shared yacht charter in Greece or cabin rentals on crewed yacht could be a great solution. You will get all-inclusive service for a fraction of a cost. View available options

Greece Sailing itineraries

Athens to Saronic Gulf - 7 day itinerary

Athens to Saronic Gulf - 7 day itinerary

Lavrion to Cyclades 7 days itinerary

Lavrion to Cyclades 7 days itinerary

Corfu 7 day sailing itinerary

Corfu 7 day sailing itinerary

Cost of boat rental in greece.

Average yacht charter cost in Greece starts from €628 per week. Graphic below represents fluctuation of charter prices in Greece during the year, based on a sample of 50 boats ranging from 40 to 50-foot. This graphic shows months with lowest prices during the year as well high season when prices are above average. Before booking the boat at lowest rate, please check sailing conditions as usually best prices are during off season.

Sailing conditions in Greece

Air temperature, precipitation and wind force may vary significantly during the year. Below you may find graphics with min and max temperature and average precipitation days in Greece during the year. Book your charter vacation in Greece wisely! Considering sailing conditions along with the best price offers

Average day and night temperature

The mean minimum and maximum temperatures over the year

Monthly precipitation

The mean monthly precipitation over the year, including rain, snow, hail etc.

Greece Yacht Charter Reviews with 12knots

Andrew Wade

“We enjoyed ourselves and have a bundle of stories we can now laugh about”

We’ve chatted about this a few times and how it be best addressed. I think constructively would be the best way. Overall the captains skill level, regard for safety, approach towards ensuring the guests are happy with the path and desires they are se…

United States

“Our trip was fantastic!”

Our trip was fantastic, beyond expectations. Our skipper, Peter Papageorgiou, was the best, also.

Charlie Clarke

United Kingdom

“We had a lovely time and the boat was really easy to handle”

Grigory, we had a lovely time and the boat was really easy to handle and only about 5 months old. All the equipment was in really good order and everything worked without a hitch. We had a really good handover from Nomicos who got us through the chec…

Ven Dobrinov

“Everything was perfect!”

Dear Grigory, Everything was perfect! Thank you :) Please see the attached photo.

Alberto Goosen


“We had a great time in Greece”

We had a great time in Greece, the first three days we had constant 20-25knots of wind, so we were able to do a lot of sailing. The boat was also in good condition and everything in working order…the boat did however look a bit older than a 2018 mode…

Kieran Crowley

“Our second time to charter through 12Knots”

Our second time to charter through 12Knots, luckily again Irina was our contact, again it was a painless, smooth process. No catches, no dropped messages, excellent value. The upfront price was the bottom line, no hidden extras. Surprisingly when I g…

Scott Moser

“I’ve booked a few times through 12 Knots”

I’ve booked a few times through 12 Knots, in Greece and Polynesia, and have had great experiences. Solid customer support… it’s great to have one person I can email anytime with questions!

Greece Yacht Charters

Greece is a country in Southeast Europe, which is located in the Balkans. The country is embossed in four seas: the Aegean Sea, the Ionian Sea, the Cretan Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea . Due to its advantageous location, Greece possesses one of the longest coastlines in the world. This outstanding feature makes the country an incredibly famous sailing destination. Beautiful golden beaches along the island, emerald transparent waters, pine forests in the mountains, and extremely pleasant weather will not leave any sailor indifferent. Deciding to charter a shining yacht, you make an investment in unforgettable memories and the desire to come back as a matter of course. 

The reasons for which one must visit Greece are difficult to count as it has a lot to offer for everyone. Rich history, glorious past, impressive ancient buildings, delicious food and wine, an abundance of celebrations and festivals are waiting for you to explore the picturesque region. The pristine nature of Athens, Volos, Corfu, Kavala, and other Greek cities and perfect weather conditions create an ideal opportunity to rent a boat and melt into the pleasure.   

Sailing Conditions in Greece

Being situated in Southeast Europe, Greece welcomes sailors from around the globe to feel all the benefits of the Mediterranean climate. Hot and dry summers with rare precipitation and clear skies provide a good opportunity for yacht rental without any fear of possible rains and extreme winds. The average temperature during the summer period never drops below 20 ºC even at night. It is impossible to miss such great weather and not to go far in the sea on your sailboat to enjoy the 30 ºC heat in the daytime. Greek winters are usually colder, especially in those areas that are close to mountains. But they are not lingering and not so cold to somehow disturb dedicated sailors. The sailing season usually starts in March and continues up to November, bringing different sailing conditions to the island.

Best Times for Vacation in Greece

Having an intention to make the most of your sailboat vacation in the breathtaking destination, it is necessary to get acquainted with the weather conditions of the desired period. As a rule, the peak season of sailing occurs in the summer months and up to the end of September . This time features extremely high air and water temperature and a huge number of sailors even in the remote marinas. By the way, Greek summers are an ideal time for those who are ready to forget about sleep and party the whole night. One of the most important things to consider is that in July, the northern wind Meltemi comes to the shore and creates many hazardous obstacles for sailing.

Spring and autumn wind speeds and summer conditions force you to choose this time period if you are looking for peace and quiet. There is no extreme heat and strong winds, as well as no abundance of people. You still can enjoy going bareboat without any unpleasant conditions and immerse yourself into the same active and loud festivals and celebrations.

Sailing Difficulty Level

Greece has already gained its high popularity as one of the world’s best sailing destinations . Because of its climate and location, the country represents great sailing options for beginners and professional sailors alike. The weather changes require sailors to explore the weather forecast beforehand to select the desired time for coming and know what to expect. The level of difficulty is mostly predetermined by the Meltemi wind of 6-8 force. Blowing from July to September may scary fresh sailors and even become a challenge for experienced professionals. If you are not highly skillful and just do not have enough confidence to manage the vessel by yourself, consider booking a boat in spring or autumn. The absence of powerful winds will not spoil your first sailing experience but contribute to positive impressions.

If you are still not ready to face the open water, 12 Knots is glad to provide you with the help of a qualified skipper and an opportunity to hire a crew . Being focused on the needs and desires of every sailor, we offer either a skipper to help to refresh the memories of handling a boat or a complete training process in our sailing school. Both options are delivered at their best quality and reasonable price.

Main Charter Bases

Greece is an incredibly important sailing destination for 12 Knots. Welcoming thousands of happy sailors every year, the country has a lot of well-equipped marinas and good mooring options. Depending on the desired part of the country, preferred city, and climate peculiarities, you may select a perfect one. The team of 12 Knots spreads their professional services on more than 30 bases along the coast. You may rent a yacht or boat at bases situated in the most famous Greek cities and islands:

  • Santorini  and many others

Boat Types for Charters

Having a great number of bases in possession, 12 Knots aims to provide sailors with powerful sailboats from leading manufacturers. Approximately 6,000 vessels are now available for charter in Greece. Sailing yachts, catamarans, powerboats, gulets, and houseboats are waiting for your booking. Do not hesitate and contact our team to become an owner of a white shining boat at a good cost. It is advisable to perform booking beforehand to avoid disappointment and misunderstanding.

Other Information about Greece Sailing

Before diving into the images of future perfect sailing vacations, every sailor should be aware of some essential information about the intended place.

  • The official language is Greek, although English is also widely spoken, especially in tourist places.
  • Greece is the Euro zone; that’s why the official currency is Euro.
  • Greece is under the Schengen Agreement, which enables US citizens to enter the country without a visa and stay for no more than 90 days. For citizens of other countries, the consultation of the specialist is needed.

Frequently Asked Questions about yachting in Greece

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A Greece yacht charter promises one of the most magical experiences of anywhere in the Mediterranean. With more shoreline than anywhere else in Europe and around 6,000 islands to explore, Greece offers endless opportunities for discovery on your next superyacht charter. Whether you’re looking for fun in the sun in Mykonos , a romantic getaway in Santorini or peace and quiet in the Ionian Islands , a yacht rental in Greece will fulfil every desire. 

If you're considering renting a luxury yacht in Greece, you’re in good company. This popular yachting hotspot is thought to be the original home of modern yacht charter , and there are few destinations on earth that are so perfect for exploring by boat!

Greek Yacht Charters: At a Glance

Beautiful Oia town in Santorini, Greece

  • Variety of islands The sheer number of Greek islands means there’s countless itineraries and plenty of destinations to fall in love with, and you can keep coming back time and time again. 
  • Quiet bays, secluded anchorages and isolated beaches  There’s no shortage of peaceful spots in Greece, meaning you can escape the crowds and you don’t always need to dock in port.
  • Incredible culture and history The history of ancient Greece is one of the most fascinating in all of western civilization, and its culture is still very prominent today across Greece today. You can expect to see many temples, statues, settlements and sights across the Greek shores. 
  • Excellent dive sites Wreck sites, coral reefs and natural underwater caves create ample opportunities for scuba diving (and snorkelling, in some cases).
  • Thriving food scene With an abundance of ingredients on its doorstep, Greek cuisine is among the most beloved in the world and you can expect nothing but the best on your next yacht charter vacation. 
  • More coastline than anywhere else in Europe In fact, Greece has more coastline than almost any other country in the world, and offers 6,000 islands (277 of which are inhabited).
  • Stunning scenery Everywhere you cruise, you’ll be awed by the spectacular scenery of Greece. From pine-coated hills and dramatic chalky cliffs to tiny islands rising up from the sea, Greece is steeped in natural beauty.

Popular Destinations for Yacht Rentals in Greece

Tiny village of Assos in Kefalonia, Greece

The best Greek yacht charters are generally structured into the five major island chains and two peninsulas.  Each of these Greek charter destinations has its own unique charm and character. 

Cyclades Islands (Mykonos, Santorini, Paros, Naxos) Best for: buzzy restaurants and beach clubs, luxury shopping, iconic sights, fine dining

Saronic Islands (Hydra, Spetses, Aegina, Poros) Best for: charming towns, secluded beaches, cycling and hiking trails, authentic dining

Dodecanese Islands (Rhodes, Kos, Simi) Best for: cultural attractions, ancient towns, quiet anchorages, swimming and snorkelling

Ionian Islands (Corfu, Zakynthos, (Zante), Ithaca, Kefalonia) Best for: beautiful beaches, short-hop sailing, scuba diving, nightlife

Sporades Islands (Alonissos, Skiathos, Skopelos, Skyros) Best for: peace and quiet, unspoilt nature, pristine beaches

Peloponnese Region (Corinth, Patras, Kalamata, Nafplion,) Best for:  pretty towns, ancient culture, beautiful beaches, calm moorings

Halkidiki Region (Kassandreia, Sani) Best for: cultural sights, untouched beaches, swimming and snorkelling

Which Greek island is right for you?

Popular Sub-Regions in Greece

Mykonos yacht charters.

Boats moored at Mykonos marina

Mykonos yacht charters have attracted well-heeled guests time after time with the island's sugar-cubed villages combined with cosmopolitan allure. Mykonos' main attraction is undeniably its vibrant nightlife; amid its myriad seafront bars and clubs, partygoers dance till dawn under rose-gold skies. But this is not the island's only appeal.

Wander around the enchanting vividly-colored houses of Little Venice as the sun sets; savor a candlelit meal at one of its many fine-dining options (such as Nobu); and discover some of the magnificent bays such as Ornos . Of course, there are also a vast array of beaches to bronze on: from the iconic Paradise Beach  to the hip and happening Psarou or the more tranquil Agios Sostis .

Vouliagmeni Yacht Charters

Beautiful lake in Vouliagmeni

A Vouliagmeni yacht charter is highly exclusive, with the idyllic coastal town being a popular superyacht haven for vacations beginning or ending in Athens. Located 13 miles southeast of the capital, yacht charter guests can moor here with ease at its peaceful bay. It's an absolute must whilst you are here to take a dip in the emerald-hued waters of the lake, hugged by soaring cliffs and gently warmed by thermal springs. For the more adventurous, be sure to make the most of the bountiful underwater caves. 

Santorini Yacht Charters

View of colorful houses in Oia, Greece

A Santorini yacht charter is a firm favorite amongst discerning travelers who fall in love with its endless, dramatic beauty at every turn. Dappled with whitewashed cottages and cerulean-hued domed churches tumbling down the hillsides of  Oia to and up to the capital of Firá , guests have no shortage of backdrops for sunset tipples or sights to gaze at. Visiting the world-famous Red beach in nearby Akrotiri village whilst you are here is also a must.

Santorini is also superbly located for cruising towards the crystalline shores of Magganari beach on Ios island: an ideal location for snorkeling or taking out the toys. 

Five Reasons to Visit Santorini on a Luxury Yacht Charter

Hydra Yacht Charters

Crystal blue shores of old main port in Hydra, Greece

Jetsetters have long adored Hydra for yacht charters , largely owing to its heavenly seascapes. The sheltered island enthralls guests onshore, who feel as if they have stepped into a bygone era: no cars roam around, just donkeys who hobble around its picture-perfect, labyrinthine streets and harbor. Soaring escarpments set the scene for sun-drenched meals under a lingering sun, with seafood served so fresh that it's practically dripping straight from the water. Admire also the innumerable secret coves and bays to be found here, many of which can be explored on your tenders.

Milos Yacht Charters

Kleftiko Bay, Greece

The luminous, volcanic island of Milos and its fabulously turquoise bays are a superyacht favorite, yet remain largely undiscovered to the wider public. But why do the elite cruise towards its shores? For the staggeringly beautiful beaches (more than 70 of them, in fact) perfect for bringing out the water toys.

The spellbinding Kleftiko bay , the geothermal Paliochori beach, and the surreal charms of Sarakiniko beach  (with its moon-like surfaces flecked by countless caves) are popular spots here. Abound with ancient ruins, make sure you also pay a visit to the Catacombs of Milos near the village of Tripiti , and the achingly pretty hilltop Venetian Castle of Milos .

Highlights of a Greece Yacht Charter

Beautiful Oia town in Santorini, Greece

A Greece yacht rental vacation offers an incredible selection of things to see and do. Here is our small selection of some of the most outstanding:

Don't Miss:

Shipwreck Beach : (Navagio Beach) a beach in Zante that's best accessed by boat and is famous for the large shipwreck lying on the sand.

Nammos : the most iconic beach club in Greece.

The Portara of Naxos : a doorlike arch that once formed the Temple of Apollo on the island of Naxos.

Cavo Tagoo : one of the most photographed hotels in Greece, carved into the caves on the hills of Mykonos.

The Terrace of Lions : a walkway on the island of Delos that's lined by statues of lions.

The Corinth Canal : a long stretch of water that cuts through the mainland in Corinth.

Flyaway Creative : the hottest restaurant in Santorini.

Who Goes on a Greece Yacht Charter?

Given its staggering popularity, a better question might be: who doesn't? For culture vultures, Greece is packed with majestic archeological ruins and attractions, for sun-worshippers, Greece is home to some of the world's most outstanding beaches that can be enjoyed by couples and families alike, and for hedonists, party havens like Mykonos are buzzing with famous nightclubs and bars.

History and Culture

Greece's location at the confluence of the East and West, as well as its Roman and Ottoman occupations, have had a huge cultural and historical impact that can be still felt today in terms of cuisine and architecture.

Greeks are fiercely proud of their heritage and culture. Marvelous regional traditions permeate mainland Greece and the Greek islands, ranging from religion to music, language to food and even wine, making a Greek yacht charter a truly thrilling experience.

Types of Yacht Charters in Greece

Superyacht Irimari underway in Greek waters

Greece has a very diverse yacht charter market, so you can be sure to find the perfect yacht for you and your charter party. There’s a wide variety of motor yachts for charter , as well as sailing yachts and traditional Turkish gulets.

However, be aware that all yachts wishing to begin or end a yacht charter in Greece must be in possession of a valid Greek charter license. Speak to a  yacht charter broker for more information.

If you’re unsure about the type of yacht you’d like to charter, here are some things to consider first.

Motor Yacht Charters in Greece

Charter yacht at anchor in a quiet cove in greece

For those looking to rent a motor yacht  in Greece, you’ll find a wide range to choose from. 

The most common type of motor yacht you can hire in Greece is a yacht with a planing hull. Stylish, sporty and speedy, they’re great for zipping between islands quickly and ensuring you get the most out of your itinerary. If you’re looking to spend most of your time on land or splashing in the sea, a yacht with a planing hull is the top choice for you. 

You’ll also find a superb selection of displacement and semi-displacement superyachts at your disposal (pictured above). These are typically larger and more stable at anchor, with more onboard space for facilities and amenities such as gyms, movie theaters and wellness suites. They’re ideal if you’re chartering with a large group, particularly one that includes children.

Sailing Yacht Charters in Greece

Luxury sailing yacht at anchor in Greece with water toys

Greece is a playground for sailing yacht rentals , with plenty of yachts available throughout summer. A combination of light winds, clear skies and plenty of anchorages create great sailing conditions across all the islands.

The most popular destinations for sailing charters are typically Corfu, Kefalonia , and the Sporades Islands . Other destinations are equally desirable, including the Cyclades and the Dodecanese islands - but be aware that these areas typically encounter more winds. This means it might be more challenging to drop anchor, and you will have to consider spending more nights in port.

Gulet Yacht Charters in Greece

Gulet yacht at anchor in Greece

A gulet is a traditionally Turkish-built sailing yacht made out of wood. They are usually two or three-masted and are typically much larger than your average sailing yacht.   Luxury gulet yacht charters  in Greece are very appealing alternatives to both sailing and motor yacht charter. While they usually rely on their motor underway, they are very fuel-efficient and don't require a lot of fuel to get from point A to point B. They have displacement hulls which make them very stable and seaworthy, and typically offer lots of volume and open-plan living spaces.

Greek gulet yachts also tend to be cheaper than other types of charter as they sometimes offer all-inclusive or semi-inclusive packages, meaning you don’t need to worry about additional expenses such as food and drink. They also normally include a standard number of cruising hours per day.  Plus, their crew are often local to the region that they cruise in, meaning they can double as tour guides and have a lot of expertise and valuable insight into the area.

But be aware- many gulets are Turkish-flagged, meaning they will need to hold a Greek charter license to start or finish a charter in Greece. 

How Much Does it Cost to Charter a Yacht in Greece?

The price of a Greece yacht charter vacation varies depending on a number of factors, including the type of yacht, the age of the yacht, and the month in which you choose to charter. 

  • A Greece motor yacht rental can range from $33,000 to $1.8m per week plus expenses
  • A sailing yacht charter in Greece averages from $27,200 to $559k weekly plus expenses

In Greece, VAT on a yacht charter is charged at 24% and is based on the value of the yacht. However, this figure can be reduced if the yacht meets specific criteria. 

The three tax brackets are as follows; 

  • VAT at full 24%: applies to charters that take place in Greek waters without exiting to non-EU or International waters (Staying within the six nautical miles limit)
  • VAT at 24%: with a deduction option for time spent outside of EU waters or in international waters. 
  • Discounted at 50% (VAT 12%):for yachts that spend a minimum of 60 % of charter time/days outside of territorial waters. (Territorial waters are considered: six nautical miles from the mainland and six nautical miles from the territorial waters of an island). This also applies to yachts charters commencing outside EU territory and that remain outside for more than 60% of the chartered days and end their charter in Greece.

Greek Charter Licences Explained

When is the Best Time for Greek Yacht Charters?

Quiet cove in Greece

The best time for Greek yacht rentals is between July and August, but warm weather typically extends well into September and even May in certain destinations. The peak of the charter season is usually July, although August historically has the hottest temperatures. 

Between June and August, you can expect highs of 85 - 90 degrees Fahrenheit (26 - 32 degrees Celsius) in Athens, with even hotter temperatures recorded further south.

Where Should I Begin My Greece Yacht Charter?

Aerial view of Piraeus, the busiest passenger port in Europe

By far the most common embarkation point for a  Greece yacht rental vacation is Athens . Around 90% of the Greek charter fleet has a homeport in Athens, and there are numerous luxury marinas that cater to superyachts.

However, for those looking to charter around the Ionian Islands in destinations like Corfu , Cephalonia and Zakynthos , you may wish to begin your charter closer to your desired destination. 

It is possible to begin or end your charter elsewhere in Greece. However, you may have to consider the cost of repositioning as the fleet is mostly based out of Athens. 

If you want to meet the yacht elsewhere – for example, Santorini, Mykonos –  you can expect to pay a hefty repositioning fee. It’s generally more economical to begin your Greek yacht charter in Athens and spend the day cruising to your desired start point, enjoying your yacht to the fullest, and soaking up the scenery as you travel underway.

Where to Find a Yacht Slip in Greece

Exploring secluded coves - luxury yacht charter vacation

Around the main yachting hubs of Greece, you’ll find plenty of marinas that cater to a variety of yachts of different sizes. However, be aware that Greece doesn’t have as many big marinas as destinations such as the South of France or Italy , and demand for slips can be very high in peak season.

  • Zea Marina:  located in Piraeus, Athens, which is the largest seaport in Greece and one of the largest harbors in all of Europe. It's a hive of activity, offering 670 slips up to 150m.
  • Athens Marina : revered marina, accommodating 130 slips measuring up to 130m. Provides plenty of amenities on land, including a helipad service. 
  • Flisvos Marina: award-winning and perfect for starting and ending a charter. Located 6km from Athens city center, with a 303 slip capacity (up to 70m). Well-equipped facilities and high-end restaurants at your disposal when you dock here. 
  • Kos Marina: close to the enchanting island's old harbor, this marina has a capacity for up to 250 slips with a maximum length of 80m. Provides an excellent array of facilities and dining options.
  • Rhodes Marina:  world-class marina complete with a stunning backdrop. Can accommodate a staggering 382 yachts with a maximum length of 120m.

Where to End a Greece Yacht Charter

Beginning or ending your yacht charter in Athens, one of the most exciting cities in the world, is a popular choice. Be sure to explore this historic destination in all its glory before you leave.

How to Book Your Yacht Charter in Greece

Planning your yacht charter with a Broker

Greece is one of the most popular charter destinations in the Mediterranean. Therefore, advanced booking (three to six months ahead) is absolutely essential in order to secure your dream yacht on your preferred dates in the perfect destination. 

When it comes to Greece yacht rentals, many charterers are repeat clients; meaning they’ve already booked the yacht once, fallen in love with the yacht and its crew, and chosen to return again to explore a new destination. This means that competition for yachts is fierce and it’s even more crucial to kickstart the booking process early. 

Don’t forget that your choice of yachts in Greece is comparatively smaller than Italy or the South of France since all yachts beginning or ending a charter yacht in Greece must have a Greek charter license. 

That said, it is possible for a foreign-flagged yacht to charter in Greece so long as the charter begins and ends in international waters, such as Italy and Albania for yacht charters around the Ionian Islands or Turkey for charters around the Aegean islands.

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Greece yacht charter itineraries.

Our wide variety of charter itineraries around Greece have been hand-picked by a team of brokers and yachting experts to help you get the most from your next superyacht vacation.

Once you’ve chosen your dream island chain or region, it’s time to start creating your perfect itinerary.

From the Aegean islands to the Cyclades, every pocket of Greece offers so much to see, do, discover and experience.

To get the most out of your charter, be sure to choose an itinerary that covers between 6-8 days. This will give you ample time to spend enjoying on-shore excursions as well as down time on deck.

If you’re looking to explore more than one region, we recommended an itinerary that covers more than a week. Your itinerary can incorporate overnight cruises to ensure you get the most out your days, and you can easily finish your charter in a different destination to where you began.

Many people chartering in Greece choose to begin or end in Turkey. The Turkish coastlines are renowned for their incredible beauty and abundance of little bays, so be sure to bear this mind when browsing our itineraries.

Remember, all of our itineraries can be used as templates, and your broker will be able to tailor them to create bespoke charter experiences that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

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Maltese Falcon Yacht Charter in Greece

Maltese Falcon

88m   Perini Navi

from $490,000 p/week

Whisper Yacht Charter in Greece

122m Lurssen

122m   2024

from $3,000,000 p/w eek

IJE Yacht Charter in Greece

108m Benetti

108m   2019

from $1,939,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Dream Yacht Charter in Greece

107m Olympic Yacht Services

107m   1997/2022

from $2,154,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Christina O Yacht Charter in Greece

Christina O 34

99m Canadian Vickers

99m   1943/2020

from $754,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Faith Yacht Charter in Greece

97m Feadship

97m   2017/2022

from $1,723,000 p/w eek ♦︎

O'Pari Yacht Charter in Greece

95m Golden Yachts

from $1,185,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Whisper Yacht Charter in Greece

95m Lurssen

from $1,293,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Dar Yacht Charter in Greece

90m Oceanco

90m   2018/2024

from $1,289,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Lauren L Yacht Charter in Greece

Lauren L 36

90m Cassens-Werft

90m   2002/2008

from $749,000 p/w eek ♦︎ *

Maltese Falcon Yacht Charter in Greece

Maltese Falcon 12

88m Perini Navi

88m   2006/2023

from $490,000 p/w eek

Project X Yacht Charter in Greece

Project X 12

88m Golden Yachts

from $1,182,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Chakra Yacht Charter in Greece

86m Scheepswerf Gebr. van der Werf

86m   1998/2024

from $532,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Sunrays Yacht Charter in Greece

86m Oceanco

86m   2010/2018

from $1,239,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Bold Yacht Charter in Greece

85m SilverYachts

from $943,000 p/w eek ♦︎

O'Ptasia Yacht Charter in Greece

O'Ptasia 12

85m Golden Yachts

85m   2018/2022

from $967,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Solandge Yacht Charter in Greece

Solandge 12

85m Lurssen

85m   2013/2022

from $1,077,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Victorious Yacht Charter in Greece

Victorious 12

85m Ak Yachts

from $862,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Le Ponant Yacht Charter in Greece

Le Ponant 32

84m   1990/2022

from $489,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Emir Yacht Charter in Greece

83m Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

83m   2004/2022

from $750,000 p/w eek

Elements Yacht Charter in Greece

Elements 12

80m Yachtley

from $860,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Tatiana Yacht Charter in Greece

80m Bilgin Yachts

from $835,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Malia Yacht Charter in Greece

78m Golden Yachts

78m   2023/2024

from $806,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Legend Yacht Charter in Greece

77m IHC Verschure

77m   1974/2019

from $641,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Wheels Yacht Charter in Greece

76m Oceanco

76m   2008/2019

from $851,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Kensho Yacht Charter in Greece

75m Admiral Yachts

from $969,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Lady Vera Yacht Charter in Greece

Lady Vera 12

74m Nobiskrug

74m   2011/2023

Naia Yacht Charter in Greece

74m Freire Shipyard

74m   2011/2014

from $595,000 p/w eek

Siren Yacht Charter in Greece

74m   2008/2013

from $560,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Coral Ocean Yacht Charter in Greece

Coral Ocean 13

73m Lurssen

73m   1994/2022

from $698,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Elegant 007 Yacht Charter in Greece

Elegant 007 30

72m Lamda Nafs Shipyards

72m   2005/2017

from $564,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Quantum of Solace Yacht Charter in Greece

Quantum of Solace 12

73m Turquoise Yachts

73m   2012/2022

from $574,000 p/w eek

Bleu De Nimes Yacht Charter in Greece

Bleu De Nimes 28

72m Clelands Shipbuilding Co

72m   2020/2020

from $527,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Stella Maris Yacht Charter in Greece

Stella Maris 12

72m Viareggio SuperYachts

72m   2015/2018

from $650,000 p/w eek

Serenity Yacht Charter in Greece

Serenity 28

72m   2004/2017

from $592,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Force Blue Yacht Charter in Greece

Force Blue 12

71m Royal Denship

71m   2002/2022

from $387,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Freedom Yacht Charter in Greece

70m Benetti

70m   2000/2016

from $500,000 p/w eek *

Sherakhan Yacht Charter in Greece

Sherakhan 26

70m Vuijk Scheepswerven

70m   2005/2022

from $587,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Nomad Yacht Charter in Greece

69m Oceanfast

69m   2003/2020

from $408,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Wayfinder Yacht Charter in Greece

Wayfinder 12

68m Astilleros Armon

from $375,000 p/w eek

Global Yacht Charter in Greece

67m Shadow Marine

67m   2007/2008

from $120,000 p/w eek

Vertigo Yacht Charter in Greece

67m Alloy Yachts

67m   2011/2019

from $349,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Alchemy Yacht Charter in Greece

66m Rossinavi

from $637,000 p/w eek *

Trident Yacht Charter in Greece

65m Feadship

from $537,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Elysium Yacht Charter in Greece

64m Astilleros de Mallorca

64m   1999/2021

from $175,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Running On Waves Yacht Charter in Greece

Running On Waves 42

64m Segel Masten Yachten

64m   2011/2021

from $113,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Spirit of the C's Yacht Charter in Greece

Spirit of the C's 10

64m Perini Navi

64m   2003/2023

from $225,000 p/w eek

Isabell Princess of The Sea Yacht Charter in Greece

Isabell Princess of The Sea 12

64m Codecasa

64m   1990/2023

from $312,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Magna Grecia Yacht Charter in Greece

Magna Grecia 12

64m Elsflether Werft

64m   1986/2021

from $354,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Lioness V Yacht Charter in Greece

Lioness V 12

64m Benetti

64m   2006/2023

from $485,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Almax Yacht Charter in Greece

63m Sunrise Yachts

63m   2015/2023

from $494,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Artisan Yacht Charter in Greece

63m Benetti

63m   2019/2022

Soundwave Yacht Charter in Greece

Soundwave 12

from $700,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Apogee Yacht Charter in Greece

63m Codecasa

63m   2003/2023

from $360,000 p/w eek

Flag Yacht Charter in Greece

62m Feadship

62m   2000/2022

from $407,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Virginian Yacht Charter in Greece

Virginian 12

62m   1990/2024

from $264,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Sarah Yacht Charter in Greece

62m   2002/2016

Mary-Jean II Yacht Charter in Greece

Mary-Jean II 12

62m   2010/2023

from $320,000 p/w eek

Arience Yacht Charter in Greece

61m Abeking & Rasmussen

61m   2012/2022

from $639,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Itoto Yacht Charter in Greece

61m Dauphin Yachts

61m   1987/2023

from $215,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Lady Kathryn V Yacht Charter in Greece

Lady Kathryn V 12

61m Lurssen

from $450,000 p/w eek

Marguerite Yacht Charter in Greece

Marguerite 12

61m   2004/2021

Bella Vita Yacht Charter in Greece

Bella Vita 12

60m Lurssen

60m   2010/2022

from $550,000 p/w eek

Katina Yacht Charter in Greece

60m Brodosplit

60m   2015/2017

from $245,000 p/w eek

Light Holic Yacht Charter in Greece

Light Holic 12

60m   2011/2014

from $344,000 p/w eek ♦︎

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Most itineraries for yachts around Greece begin in Athens because around 90% of the charter fleet in Greece has a homeport in Athens. Therefore, the yachts are usually based in the country’s capital, and you will most likely have to pay a repositioning fee if you’d like to begin elsewhere in Greece.

A Greek yacht charter license is a special permit that allows yachts to begin and end a yacht charter in Greece. Not all yachts hold a Greek charter license, so you will need to speak to your charter broker for more information about starting and finishing a charter in Greek waters.

You could start a yacht charter in Mykonos, but you will most likely have to pay a hefty repositioning fee as most yachts have their homeport in Athens. To get the most out of your yacht charter, it’s usually best to begin in Athens and spend the night underway to reach Mykonos.

The most popular destinations for sailing vacations in Greece are the Ionian Islands. However, great sailing conditions exist across the country, and other popular hotspots include the Dodecanese Islands, the Sporades Islands and the Saronic Islands. 

The standard Value Added Tax (VAT) is 24%, and it is calculated based on the value of the yacht. The VAT can be reduced in certain circumstances; read our guide above.

The Cyclades Islands of Santorini, Mykonos, Paros and Naxos are great for exploring on a luxury yacht charter during summer. The best times to visit are between June and September when you can expect long days and warm sea temperatures. The beach clubs of Mykonos will be in full swing, and the island of Santorini will be alive with activity. 

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Most yachts are based in Athens. The majority of the crewed charter Greece departs from Athens to the Cyclades and the Saronic Gulf. Despite the Cyclades being the most inquired location because of the attractive islands of Mykonos and Santorini, a little research can go a long way for private yacht charters Greece. Firstly, the iconic islands are quite crowded in the peak months and even the limitation of the crew ship numbers hasn’t significantly brought down the visitor numbers to the key islands. The strong Meltemi winds make the journey from Athens a subject of elements, inquire about actually starting in Mykonos and Santorini . As the availability is subject to previous charter ending nearby or ideally in your preferred location, it is advisable to hold the purchase of airline tickets until a boat is secured.

The distances between Greek islands are quite considerable, a crewed motor yacht charter from Athens to Cyclades cruising at 12 knots usually does day hops of 3-4 hours, the time increases for catamarans cruising at ca 6 knots  to 4-6 hours. For this reason, many charters, especially involving first time charters, visit the Saronic Gulf – Hydra, Spetses, Poros. It is possible to cross from the Saronic Gulf to the Cyclades, which is usually done when Meltemi changes the plans of yachts from Athens.

The third most popular crewed charter destination in Greece is the Ionian Sea. The fleet of permanent yachts, especially catamarans, is limited. It is possible to charter from Athens, with the decisive factors being the availability of crossing of the Corint Canal which has been closed for reconstruction in 2021, open for only a few months in 2022 and uncertainty about being navigable in 2023.

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Selecting Where to Charter in Greece

I want to see Santorini and Mykonos, my tickets are purchased for fixed dates three months from now in August and I need to start and finish in Athens, chartering a catamaran.

This is one of the most common inquiries, and one of the hardest to fulfill. Why?

  • Time to charter – with 3 months to charter, your best options are long gone. Ideally book 9-12 months before the charter
  • Flights vs Charter Location – with the distance between Athens and Santorini being 150 miles, the itinerary might not be possible due to weather, especially if we want to do Mykonos as well. Ideally, you’ll want to fly to Mykonos or Santorini or at least not plan fixed date island activities.
  • Fixed dates- One day up or down can completely change the offer of yachts available – you might need just that one that already has another charter booked for the day before you’re planning to return. It is a great idea to have your charter booked before you purchase your tickets.
  • Catamaran and long distances – as someone who does Athens – Santorini fairly regularly, it’s a great sail – for sport sailing. You’re on the open Aegean Sea and hiding behind islands is possible but further increases the distance – count 24 hours of sail one way and divide among the days of charter (24 hours x 2 ways / 7 days = 7 hours of sailing per day with a catamaran). Not a pleasurable experience.
  • Time of year – Santorini in August is equivalent to Times Square on New Year’s Eve. It can be a fantastic place if you have the correct expectations. There are 6,000 islands in Greece – plenty of alternatives for high end restaurants, history, Greek cuisine and peaceful or more popular places. Notice places like Milos and Lefkada are being increasingly crowded as well.
  • Despite all the above – inquire. We’re well connected with local providers in all areas and are able to provide non-public offers or creatively fulfill your requirements.

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When it comes to yacht charters, the price range is about as wide as the open sea itself. The cost depends on factors like the type of yacht, its size, and whether you’re going for an all-inclusive package or not. In this article, we cut through the waves of information and get straight to the point by looking at specific yachts  currently available for charter in Greece .

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Greece is a country with a rich history and vibrant culture. From ancient ruins and museums to traditional tavernas and folk dances, there’s always something new to discover. Greece has over  6,000 beautiful islands and navigating them is an Odyssey of a lifetime. This article aims to present the best Greek charter itineraries in a logical breakdown.

Boots on The Ground Update: Charter Season 2024 and What's There To Know About Greek Yacht Charters

The summer yacht charter season in Greece is developing in an unexpected manner, with an unprecedented number of higher-end yachts posting price reductions – an unthinkable development given the record-setting 2022 Summer Med Season.

The increased airplane fares are partly to blame, in connection to the ongoing issues in the Greek infrastructure – not enough marinas to match the demand on other islands and continued over-tourism of key Cycladic charter locations. In addition, 2022 and 2023 have seen record increases in the numbers of new yachts – some 235 crewed boats were added to the yacht charter fleet, while most of the older yacht inventory got a refurbishment – in part also due to the EU funds promoting tourism.

The key events in the Greek yacht charter industry in 2024

  • The cost of a July airplane ticket went from $900 to $1,400, year over year.
  • US inflation of 4-9% year over year weakens the purchasing position of the major charter market
  • Continued negative coverage of key Greek areas, from overcrowding of Santorini to DK Oyster restaurant scams on Mykonos continues to dominate the headlines
  • Turkey – following the Ukrainian conflicts, Turkey offered a safe haven to many Russian-owned yachts that risked being confiscated in Greece. In addition to the competitive VAT in Turkey (1% in Turkey vs 12% in Greece – in constant threat to be increased to full standard 24% with possible retroactivity of signed charters executed in future) – visit for up-to-date and complete yacht offer of Turkish charter yachts. Greece has found itself in between the EU legislators and non-EU Turkish competition.
  • Santorini Marina – still in construction, unknown delays
  • Corinth Canal – successfully reopened June 22 after repeated construction works on 22 and 23! after walls repeatedly collapsed due to landslides.
  • Slow Opening of New Marinas – Licencing issues – limited births restrict navigation of charter vessels
  • Inflation of the Charter Fleet following record-setting 2022 yacht returns and EU subsidies for tourism that were leveraged for the purchase of new vessels
  • Increase of Ultra High Net Worth Individuals casting a spotlight – just Mykonos has seen Elon Musk, George Clooney, Christian Bale Matt Damon, Chris & Liam Hemsworth.
  • New, Upcoming Locations offer an alternative to the – “by now dead romantic idea of Mykonos and Santorini.” Antiparos is a hot charter location frequented by Tom Hanks, Jeff Bezos and Anderson Cooper. Anafi, Ikaria, Kythira, and Nisiros are coming up and the clients are more educated and receptive to the idea of chartering off the beaten and crowded paths.
  • A New Client Preference for Secluded Locations – A storm of documentaries have our clients requesting new experiences – we thank My Greek Odyssey and Peter Meneas on a journey of discovering his Kytherian descent and going much beyond and more with his yacht Mia Zoi or Costas Spiliadis – chef and owner of Estatorio Milos with the yacht Milos at Sea enable us to offer new immersive experiences creating not tourists, but travelers.
  • New Experiences – from having one or multiple jetskis onboard your yacht to chartering a Greek temple for your event, things are just easier to do in Greece. We’ve considerably expanded our concierge offering to accommodate requests ranging from beach horseback riding and spearfishing to luxury cars and entertainment events.

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A luxury motor yacht is the fastest and often most comfortable way to reach your destination in style. With plenty of space for large groups, a full crew to take care of your every need, and a wide range of water toys, you can just sit back and enjoy the ride in your crewed motor yacht charter!

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Luxurious sailing yacht is one of the most exhilarating and rewarding ways to explore the seas. Powered by he wind, sailboats require less fuel and engage all your senses. You will feel like a true adventurer as you watch your destination come into view.

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Santorini is one of the main magnets for a charter to Greece. The iconic panoramic views over the Three Bells of Fira church belong to the most recognized places in the world. However, it’s not that easy to get there. Santorini is on the outer ridge of the Southern Cyclades facing Crete and charters from Athens are always weather dependent. When to go, where to start your charter, and how to make your Santorini yacht charter a success? We’ve summarized the information here.

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How much does a Luxury Yacht Charter in Greece Cost?

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Explore the top 10 motor yachts in Greece and indulge in a luxurious experience amidst the mesmerizing beauty of the Aegean Sea. From sleek and stylish to opulent and extravagant, these yachts offer the perfect combination of comfort and performance. With state-of-the-art amenities and personalized services, each yacht promises a unique and unforgettable adventure. Discover the best motor yachts in Greece and make your luxury yacht charter holiday a reality.

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Discover our top 10 recommended catamaran yachts in Greece for an extravagant yacht charter sailing experience. With crystal-clear waters and stunning landscapes, Greece is the perfect destination for a catamaran charter. From luxury to budget-friendly options, these top 10 catamaran yachts offer the best in comfort, performance, and style. Book your catamaran yacht charter and get ready for the ultimate yacht charter adventure in Greece.

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Top Greece Yacht Charter Itineraries:

Be inspired by custom-made itineraries from all around Greece. Choose to sail around the Saronic Islands, Cyclades, Ionian, or the Dodecanese.

Classy 8-day Cyclades Yacht Charter Itinerary – Explore Greek Islands in Serenity!

Classy 8-day Cyclades Yacht Charter Itinerary – Explore Greek Islands in Serenity!

7 Day Yacht Charter in the Ionian Sea: Corfu, Sivota, Parga, Antipaxos, Paxos

7 Day Yacht Charter in the Ionian Sea: Corfu, Sivota, Parga, Antipaxos, Paxos

7 Days Paros Itinerary – Cyclades: Naxos, Ios, Santorini, Folegandros, Sifnos, Mykonos

7 Days Paros Itinerary – Cyclades: Naxos, Ios, Santorini, Folegandros, Sifnos, Mykonos

Santorini Itinerary 7 Day Yacht Charter in Cyclades: Santorini, Folegandros, Milos, Sifnos, Paros, Naxos, Koufonisia, Ios

Santorini Itinerary 7 Day Yacht Charter in Cyclades: Santorini, Folegandros, Milos, Sifnos, Paros, Naxos, Koufonisia, Ios

Cyclades Islands 7 Day Yacht Charter Itinerary Greece: Kythnos, Milos, Folegandros, Santorini, Amorgos, Paros, Mykonos

Cyclades Islands 7 Day Yacht Charter Itinerary Greece: Kythnos, Milos, Folegandros, Santorini, Amorgos, Paros, Mykonos

Dodecanese Islands 7 Day Yacht Charter Itinerary #2 Greece: Kos, Leros, Lipsi, Patmos, Levitha, Kalymnos and Astypalea

Dodecanese Islands 7 Day Yacht Charter Itinerary #2 Greece: Kos, Leros, Lipsi, Patmos, Levitha, Kalymnos and Astypalea

The Ionian Islands 7-Day Charter Itinerary from Corfu: Paxos, Antipaxos, Lefkada, Kefalonia, Zakynthos and Ithaca

The Ionian Islands 7-Day Charter Itinerary from Corfu: Paxos, Antipaxos, Lefkada, Kefalonia, Zakynthos and Ithaca

Dodecanese Islands 7 Day Yacht Charter Itinerary Greece: Rhodes, Tilos, Astypalea, Kalymnos, Kos, Nisyros, Symi

Dodecanese Islands 7 Day Yacht Charter Itinerary Greece: Rhodes, Tilos, Astypalea, Kalymnos, Kos, Nisyros, Symi

7 day charter itinerary: Cyclades from Mykonos | Naxos – Amorgos – Santorini – Ios – Paros – Mykonos

7 day charter itinerary: Cyclades from Mykonos | Naxos – Amorgos – Santorini – Ios – Paros – Mykonos

Saronic Islands Yacht Charter Itinerary Greece #2: Athens, Alimos, Aegina, Ermioni, Spetses, Hydra, Poros, Epidaurus

Saronic Islands Yacht Charter Itinerary Greece #2: Athens, Alimos, Aegina, Ermioni, Spetses, Hydra, Poros, Epidaurus

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Saronic Islands Greece | 7-days yacht charters itinerary: Athens, Aegina, Agistri, Methana, Poros, Hydra, Spetses

Top 7 Day Cyclades Greece Yacht Charter Itinerary: Athens-Kea-Syros-Mykonos-Naxos-Santorini-Sifnos-Kythnos

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There’s a lot to love about the Cyclades, and it’s not just the gorgeous beaches and turquoise waters. Take a look at this video and you’ll see why we think you should consider the Cyclades for your next vacation destination!

The Cyclades

As one of Greece’s most popular yachting destinations, the Cyclades are home to popular spots like Santorini, Mykonos, Paros, and Naxos. Despite their charm and unquestionable aesthetics, they are not as busy as other popular sailing destinations like France, Italy, or the Caribbean.

Discover over 20+ island destinations and 50+ anchorages that we have carefully selected for your pleasure. One of the most beautiful coastlines in the world awaits you.

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Saronic Gulf & Eastern Peloponnese

The Saronic Gulf is one of Greece’s most picturesque seaside destinations, with stunning crystal-clear waters, sandy beaches, and a wealth of activities. The most famous island in this region is Hydra, which is known for its beautiful scenery and lack of cars (there are only 100 on the entire island!). There are also plenty of opportunities for water sports, visiting archaeological sites (ancient Corinth, Epidavros Theater), and of course, dining on fresh Mediterranean seafood.

Discover more than 10+ island destinations and over 20+ anchorages that we have carefully selected for your pleasure. The Saronic Gulf is one of the hidden gems of Greece. Let’s explore!

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Aegina Island, Greece

Looking for a charter that’s both easy to get to from Athens and has a little something for everyone? Then look no further than the Saronic Gulf and Eastern Peloponnese islands.

Rhodes Island Dodecanese

The Dodecanese region of Greece is one of the country’s most beautiful and one of the least explored. The archipelago is home to several islands still largely unknown to tourists, which means you can explore top locations without fighting the crowds!

If you’re looking for a less-crowded, more authentic Greek yacht charter experience, you’ve come to the right place. The Dodecanese islands are the perfect place to unwind on your next vacation.

The largest island, Rhodes, is known for its beaches and nightlife, while Karpathos is popular for its hiking trails. The other islands have their own unique charms as well, but no matter which one you choose to visit, you’re sure to have a great time!

Whether you want an adventure or a relaxing getaway with the family, you’ll find everything you need in this beautiful area of Greece!

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Ionian Islands

Located on the western part of the Greek mainland, the Ionian complex of islands comprises well-known spots such as Corfu and Zante, as well as the lesser-known islands of Ithaki, Kefalonia, and Paxi.

The culture, cuisine, and language of the islands are influenced by both Greek and Italian culture. When it comes to sailing spots, you can expect crystal clear waters with beautiful aquamarine colors that contrast with the lush vegetation. If you enjoy water spots, snorkeling or scuba diving are both great options!

The Ionian islands are a great alternative to the Cyclades during the hot summer months since they are not affected by the Meltemi winds.

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If you’re looking for a place to escape from it all and connect with nature, the Ionian region of Greece is the ideal spot for you. You can choose from a variety of islands, each offering its own unique set of attractions and experiences.

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The Greek islands are known for their small bays and abundance of options, which makes them a perfect place to go when you want to get away from it all. Whether remote, isolated or popular, we have a range of options that will suit your needs. You choose which one is right for you!




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Frequently Asked Questions

Yacht charter season in greece.

The main charter season in Greece is relatively long, spanning from April to September, with a peak in July and August. Notice the interesting months of March and October, which offer a nice combination of “water warm enough to swim” and out of season prices.

What does yacht charter mean?

Yacht charter and boat rental are synonyms of one another. Most yacht charters start on Saturday and are usually rented for 7 nights/8 days. Therefore, most of the prices on this website are weekly. It is possible to arrange a shorter or a longer charter or start on a different day. Another aspect of yacht charters in Greece is the currency. All the charter prices are shown in Euro (€) to adjust the exchange rate fluctuation.

All yacht charters from Greece have insurance for deposit forfeiture and sometimes for trip cancellation.

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  • during the main season, the daylight ends after 9 pm
  • the temperatures range from 85°F – 100°F
  • over 3000 islands, enough for more than 1 lifetime
  • 20% of Greece actually consists of islands.
  • Greek food and drinks are an awesome mix of fit and tasty
  • charter prices are of great value compared to the Caribbean or France

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Rental Motor yacht Ferretti 591 Mykonos

Ferretti - 591 | 15 people  (2006)

From $2,377 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Leopard 43 PC Rhodes

Leopard - 43 PC | 1 person  (2017)

From $3,428 per day.

Rental Sailing yacht Bavaria Bavaria C50 Volos

Bavaria - Bavaria C50 | 12 people  (2023)

From $913 per day.

Rental Sailing yacht Latitude 36 sailing Blueline II Kalamata

Latitude 36 sailing - Blueline II | 8 people  (2005)

From $332 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Gulf Craft Majesty 66 Corfu

Gulf Craft - Majesty 66 | 10 people  (2010)

From $2,543 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Ferretti 53 Mykonos

Ferretti - 53 | 12 people  (2004)

From $2,211 per day.

Rental Sailing yacht  Lagoon Sixty 5 Athens

- Lagoon Sixty 5 | 12 people  (2021)

From $6,192 per day.

Rental Motor yacht M/Y Benetti 120 Athens

M/Y Benetti - 120 | 12 people  (2006)

From $16,586 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Marex 310 Paros

Marex - 310 | 10 people  (2022)

From $1,990 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Cranchi Cranchi Atlantique 50 Paliouri

Cranchi - Cranchi Atlantique 50 | 10 people  (2010)

Rental Motor yacht Dufin 57 Chania

Dufin - 57 | 10 people  (1994)

From $1,714 per day.

Rental Motor yacht San Lorenzo Sl72 Rethymno

San Lorenzo - Sl72 | 1 person  (1991)

From $1,769 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Aicon Aicon 60 Athens

Aicon - Aicon 60 | 12 people  (2011)

From $2,875 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Cantieri Navali Italy Chania

Cantieri - Navali Italy | 22 people  (2000)

From $1,580 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Fairline 55 Squadron Poros

Fairline - 55 Squadron | 6 people  (2002)

From $1,183 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Ferretti 58/64 Up to 24 guests Mykonos

Ferretti 58/64 - Up to 24 guests | 24 people  (1991)

From $2,698 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Princess 85 Flybridge Patras

Princess 85 - Flybridge | 8 people  (2009)

From $5,661 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Custom Made 55 Flybridge Athens

Custom Made - 55 Flybridge | 6 people  (2002)

From $1,737 per day, yacht charter in greece.

You can find a yacht charter in Greece and in different dream destinations around the world on the Nautal website. Flexible cancellation or changes up to 15 days before check-in is allowed on selected boats. Check the conditions established with each boat owner. Imagine tranquil and serene island coves, but blended perfectly with a summer clubbing utopia on island metropolitan hubs. 

A Greek yacht charter is the best way of cruising the shimmering Greek sea and visiting the Greek islands and beaches of your choice. Discover lively islands such as Corfu, sophisticated bars and restaurants in small coastal towns in Lefkas , and the historical yet edgy new Athens which will take your breath away. Spend an evening on a bar terrace admiring the Acropolis and if you don’t want the night to end, get lost in its nightlife affairs...

If you want to make the most of the gorgeous weather and natural beauty consider a yacht rental in Greece. Whether you’d prefer to charter a boat with a skipper or would rather steer your own course, there are many destinations to visit, including fascinating Greek cities and a multitude of gorgeous islands that all add up to a dream holiday on the water. 

How much does it cost to charter a yacht in Greece?

On average, our exquisite yachts are available at just $2,670 per day or $18,690 per week, ensuring an unforgettable getaway. With the capacity to comfortably accommodate an average of 4 guests aboard the yacht, you can create cherished memories with your loved ones. Yachts are generally rented with a skipper and you can even find a crewed yacht charter in Greece if you want a really luxurious trip. Check the mandatory and included extras with the owner. Other factors that can influence the price are length, age of a yacht, capacity, duration of charter, extras, etc.

Is it possible to rent a yacht in Greece with or without a skipper? 

It is possible to find a yacht charter in Greece with or without a skipper. There are only a few yachts available without a skipper so if you’re set on a bareboat Greece sailing charter, make sure to book early! A bareboat yacht charter in Greece is a great idea if you want to be captain of your sailing experience. 

If you are a new sailor we recommend a skippered yacht hire in Greece! This way, you can enjoy your sailing holiday, island hopping and swimming in the blue waters. Sailing yachts are also available with a crew that can cook delicious meals and prepare drinks for you and your guests. There is nothing like a private yacht charter in Greece to explore islands including Dodecanese islands !

How to rent a yacht in Greece?

You can find a suitably priced yacht hire in Greece on Nautal’s website. Whether you need to charter a larger yacht for a group of friends departing from Corfu or want to rent a smaller yacht for a romantic getaway leaving from Athens, it’s easy to plan your perfect holiday under the Greek sun on a yacht charter. A yacht charter in the Greek islands is always easy to do with endless choices on what to do. 

All you have to do is decide how many berths you require, select whether or not you need a skipper, state your price range, then think about which stunning land and seascapes you want to see from your yacht rental in Greece.

What can I do with a yacht rental in Greece?

As Greece is located in southern Europe and enveloped by the Aegean, Cretan, Libyan and Ionian seas, a yacht rental in Greece has all the ingredients for a perfect holiday. Drop anchor for the day and explore the historic city of Athens, or choose Crete for your day trip and revel in the beautiful mountain ranges that cross the island. Filled with peninsulas and islands that are ripe for exploration, you can choose a route that takes in the scenery of Santorini , Corfu , Mykonos or Paros . Check out one of our recommended routes for Greece from Athens to Milos .

A luxury yacht charter in Greece can be from for a day or longer! If you choose to rent a yacht for a day, then why not beach hop and find your perfect paradise. In Greece, yacht charters give you more freedom to explore with your moving home. 

If you find a week-long, skippered yacht charter in Greece, you can sit back and soak up the perfect weather while someone else takes care of getting you to your chosen destinations. The joys of your own exclusive yacht rental signify complete freedom to navigate to your favourite and most desired locations in Greece! We recommend going through the Aegean sea and discovering the numerous islands or staying close to the main cities such as Athens and heading to the Saronic islands.

A yacht charter in Greece gives you endless possibilities. No matter where you choose to sail you are sure to find turquoise waters, fishing villages and island chains to explore. 

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Those renting in or visiting Athens should take some time to visit the iconic Acropolis and Parthenon. You can view the Acropolis in the evening from terrace bars such as 360 Cocktail Bar - a personal favourite! Avid gin lovers should also pop into Gin Joint and feast their eyes on all the incredible types of gins and inventive concoctions!

Scrumptious Greek food can be sampled (or devoured) at Tzitzikas Kai Mermigas and The Karamanlidika Fanis.

The Cyclades also offer exciting and luxurious opportunities. Moor in Mykonos and watch the sunset with a cool glass of champagne in view of the windmills of Kato Mili. The bar and nightlife here are chic, relaxed and oh-so-fun! 

The Cyclades consist of many islands you can venture to on your luxury yacht charter in Greece. Snap away at Santorini’s spectacular mountainous landscape layered with pretty white houses and blue-domed churches. 

You have many options for your yacht rental in Greece and so many things to do! Don't miss out!

What are the most popular islands to visit in Greece? 

There isn’t really a definitive answer regarding which is the best Greek island to visit with your boat charter as each island has something unique to offer.  If you want to be privy to some of the most sensational sunsets in the Mediterranean, Santorini is the spot for you. The magnificent views and luxurious atmosphere of the island make it especially popular with honeymooners or couples looking for a romantic getaway. It also has a number of spectacular natural wonders, none more impressive than the underwater volcano that still simmers away to this day. 

If Ancient Greek culture fascinates you, Crete is the island for you. The excavations at Knossos, which was at the heart of the Minoan civilisation are some of the most well-known in Greece and many of the finds are now on display in the Archaeology Museum of Heraklion. Ancient architecture is not all that Crete is good for though. It is also one of the best places to visit if you’re searching for secluded coves and hiking trails. The best beaches include those such as Preveli, Potamos, and Elafonissi. 

If you want to visit some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean, Zakynthos is a good bet. Shipwreck Beach, so-called for the shipwreck that lies in the middle, is only accessible by boat, making it fairly secluded, in spite of its popularity. The Blue Caves at Cape Skinari are another reason to visit Zakynthos.  Visit them and marvel at the seemingly neon glow of the light reflecting off the water onto the walls. 

If you're in a party mood, you should go to Mykonos . While this island is every bit as beautiful as the other islands listed here, Mykonos is primarily known for its party scene, consisting mostly of beach clubs with lively dance music. 

What weather and sailing conditions can you expect when you rent a yacht in Greece?

The weather in Greece, following the Mediterranean climate, from May to October is sublime. For those who enjoy scorching temperatures, visit in July and August when temperatures are 30°C+ and you can cool off in the pleasant sea waters. 

The Meltemi wind usually blows in a northerly direction during the summer and can sometimes reach powerful wind forces depending on the area. This is worth researching, as areas in Greece vary. For example, in the Ionian Islands, the wind force in July and August ranges from 4-6, whereas in the Cyclades the wind force averages from 5-7. 

What are the most popular ports to visit during a yacht hire in Greece?

Our yacht rentals are based all over Greece. You can start your yacht charter in the majestic and powerfully historic city of Athens, or alternatively, fly directly to an international island airport and go from there.

In Athens, you can rent a yacht in Marina Kalamaki, just 6 miles away from Athens city centre. 

In Mykonos, you can rent a yacht in ports such as Tourlos Marina, Ornos and Platis Gialos Harbour. 

We also rent yachts in the Cyclades and Ionian Islands , as well as the Saronic Gulf .

One of the top benefits of sailing Greek waters is that often you are not required to pay a mooring fee! Occasionally, the local authorities may ask you to pay a small fee of around $20 for vessels sized 38 ft and under.

How to get to Greece?

If you wish to arrive by plane for your yacht rental on the Greek islands, we have matched up our boat rental locations in accordance with the nearest airport below.

Athens, Attic Coast and Saronic Gulf: Athens International Airport (ATH)

Cyclades islands.

Mykonos: Mykonos International Airport (JMK)

Ionian Islands

Corfu: Corfu International Airport (CFU)

Kefalonia: Kefalonia International Airport (EFL)

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This is a small selection of motor and sailing yachts available for a luxury yacht charter to Greece. Please contact your Burgess broker for a personalised selection.

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Rate from EUR 3,000,000 per week

  • Length: 112m (367.5ft)
  • Guests: 36 guests in 19 cabins
  • Built: 2023
  • Freire Shipyard

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  • Length: 96.6m (316.9ft)
  • Guests: 12 guests in 7 cabins
  • Built: 2017
  • Feadship, De Vries Makkum

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Rate from USD 497,000† per week

  • Length: 90.1m (295.6ft)
  • Guests: 12 guests in 6 cabins
  • Built: 2007
  • Corsair Yachts

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Rate from USD 1,100,000† per week

  • Length: 88.5m (290.4ft)
  • Guests: 12 guests in 8 cabins

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Rate from USD 490,000 per week

  • Length: 88m (288.7ft)
  • Built: 2006
  • Perini Navi

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Rate from USD 945,000† per week

  • Length: 85.6m (280.8ft)
  • Built: 2010
  • Derecktor Shipyard

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Rate from USD 1,000,000 per week

  • Length: 85m (278.9ft)
  • Guests: 12 guests in 10 cabins
  • Lurssen-Werft

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Rate from EUR 900,000 per week

  • Built: 2018
  • Golden Yachts

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Rate from USD 1,150,000† per week

  • Length: 80m (262.5ft)
  • Built: 2019
  • Abeking & Rasmussen

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Rate from EUR 910,000† per week

  • Length: 74m (242.8ft)

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The Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) is due at the time of the final charter payment. Under MYBA terms, this sum is usually equivalent to 30 per cent of the total charter fee, but may be up to 40 per cent in some cases.

Intended to cover the operating expenses of a charter as explained under Charter Terms, such as fuel, food, drinks, port fees and ad hoc incidentals, the APA will be given to the captain before the start of your charter. The Captain will ensure that the yacht is fully fuelled and provisioned when you step on board. While an up-to-date summary of accounts can be requested at any time during your charter, a full set of accounts will normally be submitted by your captain at the end of the cruise. If, during the charter, the expenditure exceeds the sum already paid, additional cash funds will be required at once.

All outstanding bills from the yacht charter should be settled in cash or by bank transfer before your final disembarkation. Of course, any remaining credit at the end of your charter will be reimbursed to you in full. On request, transfer arrangements to and from the yacht can be made by Burgess or by the yacht’s captain, payment for which will be deducted from your APA.

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In the heart of the Mediterranean, the sapphire blue sea encloses a land where the ancient gods once reigned supreme, a world carved by the patient yet relentless hands of geological time. Like the scorching sun kissing the landscape of olive groves and ancient ruins, the essence of Greece seems forever entwined with the sea that surrounds it. In this context, the prospect of renting a yacht in Greece becomes not merely a luxury holiday, but an immersion into an ecosystem that thrums with historical resonance and marine biodiversity.

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Renting a yacht in Greece provides the traveller with an unrivalled way to experience the shimmering necklace of islands that scatter across the Aegean and Ionian Seas . Each island, with its unique topography and diverse array of fauna, becomes a world in itself, ripe for exploration. As you sail from harbour to secluded cove, from bustling port to the tranquillity of an untouched beach, the grand theatre of life unfolds before your eyes. Yachting opens up opportunities for encounters with the playful dolphins that escort you through the waves, the regal falcons soaring above rocky crags, and the ceaseless rhythm of the tides that have whispered the same tune for eons.

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🚢 Santorini: The Crown Jewel of the Cyclades

Your voyage commences in the Cyclades , with the island of Santorini . Famed for its sunsets and iconic blue-domed architecture, Santorini is the remnants of an ancient volcanic caldera. Sailing into the sheltered arms of this caldera, you are met by the shimmering white facades of Fira and Oia, perched high above the indigo sea. A stop in Santorini allows you to explore the winding streets and sample locally-produced wines, grown in the island's unique volcanic soil.

🚢 Mykonos: The Island of the Winds

The next anchor point is the bustling island of Mykonos , another Cycladic gem. Known for its vibrant nightlife and charming old town, Mykonos is a haven for lovers of culture and merriment. Explore the narrow alleyways dotted with boutique shops and fine restaurants, or marvel at the iconic windmills overlooking the azure Aegean Sea.

🚢 Delos: The Birthplace of Apollo

A short sail from Mykonos, you find the uninhabited island of Delos, an archaeological sanctuary and the mythological birthplace of the twin gods Apollo and Artemis. The island offers a unique opportunity to delve into ancient history, with the remains of temples, houses, and the iconic Terrace of the Lions standing as silent testament to a bygone era.

🚢 Lefkada: Sailing into Serenity

Lefkada , a turquoise gem, lures yacht enthusiasts with its pristine beaches and enchanting coves. Sailing around this Ionian paradise offers a blend of tradition and untouched nature, making every anchorage a new discovery.

🚢 Rhodes: The Ancient Mariner's Dream

Rhodes , a crossroad of civilizations, beckons sailors with its rich history and sun-kissed shores. Medieval towns and azure bays intertwine, offering a unique yachting journey through time.

🚢 Thessaloniki: Nautical Tales & Tantalizing Tastes

Thessaloniki , Greece's gastronomic hub, entices mariners with its bustling port and vibrant culture. Anchoring here promises a dance of flavors and a glimpse into Macedonia's spirited heartbeat.

🚢 Chalkidiki: Trident's Treasure Troves

Chalkidiki ’s trident-like peninsulas promise yachters secluded bays, emerald waters, and lush forests. Sailing its intricate coastline reveals a world where nature and myth are forever entwined.

🚢 Naxos: The Green Heart of the Cyclades

As you leave the lively shores of Mykonos, your yacht carries you to the largest island of the Cyclades, Naxos. Here, verdant mountains and fertile valleys teem with olive groves and vineyards. Explore the Venetian Castle in Naxos Town, or lose yourself in the serenity of secluded beaches that dot the island's coastline.

🚢 Ithaca: The Home of Odysseus

The Ionian Sea invites you next to Ithaca, famed as the home of Homer's Odysseus. Its rugged coastlines, laced with hidden coves and secluded beaches, beckon you to moor your yacht and explore. Ithaca's interior is a world of ancient olive trees, charming villages, and paths that whisper tales of the legendary king's long journey home.

🚢 Athens:  Yachting at the Cradle of Civilization

Athens , with its proximity to the Saronic Gulf, offers yacht enthusiasts a blend of history and stunning Mediterranean views. Sail through ancient seas, explore world-class marinas, and indulge in Greece's culinary delights. Athens is a timeless yacht destination, where myth and modernity meet in maritime harmony.

🚢 Kos: Anchor in the Aegean's Yachting Paradise

Kos Island, a jewel in the Aegean Sea, beckons yachters with its clear turquoise waters and sun-kissed marinas. Explore ancient ruins, relax on pristine beaches, or savor delectable Greek cuisine. Kos offers a sublime blend of history and hedonism, making it a sought-after destination for yacht enthusiasts.

🚢 Crete: The Land of the Minoans

To the south of the Aegean Sea, the island of Crete rises. As the cradle of Minoan civilization, Crete offers a glimpse into the ancient world. From the archaeological marvel of Knossos to the enchanting Venetian Harbour in Chania , the island is a cultural treasure trove. It also boasts breathtaking natural beauty, from the stunning beaches of Elafonissi and Balos to the imposing Samaria Gorge.

🚢 Corfu: The Emerald Isle of Greece

Corfu 's enchanting coastlines and luxurious marinas make it a prized destination for yacht lovers. Sail through the Ionian Sea's crystalline waters, explore secluded coves, and soak in the island's rich cultural heritage. Corfu invites you to a yachting experience where history meets the horizons of tranquility.

🚢 Lavrio: Greece's Hidden Harbor Gem

Nestled on the tip of the Attica Peninsula, Lavrio 's port is a gateway to the alluring Aegean Sea. Its modern marinas, rich mining history, and proximity to ancient temples make it a unique yachting destination. Experience the blend of antiquity and elegance as you embark on a Lavrio yachting adventure.

🚢 Hydra: The Island of Artists

Closer to mainland Greece, nestled in the Saronic Gulf, Hydra emerges as a haven for artists. Motor vehicles are absent from this island, giving it a timeless feel. It is a place where donkeys still carry goods through narrow stone alleys, and grand sea captain's mansions harken back to Hydra's maritime past. Its picturesque harbour and crystal clear waters are sure to charm.

🚢 Symi: The Neoclassical Wonder

Your next stop is Symi, part of the Dodecanese islands. Upon entering Symi's harbour, you are greeted by a stunning amphitheatre of neoclassical houses, cascading down the hills to the vibrant, azure bay. Symi offers a peaceful retreat, with tranquil beaches and a slower pace of life. Don't miss a visit to the Monastery of the Archangel Michael Panormitis, a place of spiritual serenity.

🚢 Kefalonia: The Blue and Green Island

Returning to the Ionian Sea, Kefalonia awaits. This island is a paradise of diverse landscapes, featuring towering mountains, lush vineyards, and golden beaches. Melissani Cave with its ethereal blue waters is a must-visit, as is Myrtos Beach, often hailed as one of the most stunning beaches in Greece.

🚢 Skiathos: The Sporades' Star

Skiathos is the gem of the Sporades islands. This small but lively island is known for its golden sandy beaches, turquoise waters and the verdant pine forests that reach the sea. The medieval Bourtzi fortress, situated on a small peninsula in Skiathos Town, offers panoramic views of the Aegean.

🚢 Zakynthos: The Flower of the Levant

Your final destination is Zakynthos in the Ionian Islands. Here, the famous Navagio beach, also known as Shipwreck Beach, is an unmissable sight. The turquoise waters and the dramatic cliffs make for unforgettable swimming and sightseeing. On the island's western coast, the Blue Caves are a spectacular natural formation accessible only by boat, and an ideal spot to observe the marine life of the Ionian Sea.

Embarking on this voyage, the spirit of Greece unfurls before you like a canvas of blue and white, imprinted with history and graced by nature's generous hand. Each island, each wave carries a story, waiting to be discovered on your journey across the Grecian seas.

The Considerations of Voyage: A Primer on Yacht Rental

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Embarking on a yacht rental in Greece necessitates careful consideration of numerous factors to ensure the journey is not only enjoyable, but also respectful of the delicate marine ecosystems you traverse.

⛵ Seasons and Climate

The Mediterranean climate, with its dry summers and mild, wet winters, dictates the rhythms of life in the Grecian seas. The peak yachting season aligns with the sun-drenched days from May to October. Outside these months, the waters can be turbulent, the skies grey and the weather unpredictable.

⛵ Nautical Skills

A keen understanding of nautical navigation and maritime safety is essential. Many yacht rentals offer the service of an experienced skipper, adept at reading the changing moods of the sea. They serve as your guide through the waters, ensuring a safe passage while you soak in the beauty of the Grecian archipelagos.

⛵ Environmental Consciousness

As an unobtrusive visitor to the marine environment, it is incumbent upon you to uphold a sense of environmental stewardship. Waste disposal, energy consumption, and respect for local wildlife are all aspects that need to be managed responsibly to protect the enchanting biodiversity of the Grecian seas.

The Ideal Vessel: Choosing Your Yacht

The choice of your vessel is paramount, and largely dependent on the desired balance of luxury, speed, and capacity. For the sun-soaked waters of Greece, several types of yachts offer a unique blend of these features.

⛵ The Luxury Superyacht

For those seeking utmost indulgence, the luxury superyacht is an unrivalled choice. Equipped with an array of modern amenities, the superyacht offers a level of comfort that rivals any five-star resort. Yet, it goes beyond this. Imagine waking to a changing view each morning, the endless blue stretching out before you as the shoreline transforms from the honey-hued cliffs of Santorini to the verdant hills of Zakynthos.

⛵ The Sleek Catamaran

The catamaran offers stability and ample space, with its twin-hulled design. This is an ideal choice for families or larger groups. Their shallower draft allows you to navigate closer to the islands, exploring hidden coves and secluded beaches. The gentle rhythm of the catamaran ensures a smooth journey across the placid summer seas of Greece.

⛵ The Classic Sailing Yacht

For the true sailing aficionado, there is nothing quite like a traditional sailing yacht. Harnessing the power of the wind, these vessels offer a more intimate experience with the elements. Sailing yachts demand a greater degree of skill and knowledge, but reward with an exhilarating connection to the sea and the wind.

In the radiant glow of the Grecian sun and the lull of the undulating sea, the act of yachting in Greece becomes not just a journey through space, but also through time. A voyage that carries the promise of encounters with awe-inspiring ecosystems, of rediscovering the ancient roots of Western civilisation, and of basking in the tranquil luxury that only a yacht can offer. It is, in essence, a way of becoming part of the timeless narrative of the sea.

Navigating Your Grecian Voyage: Addressing Common Queries

In our shared voyage across the sparkling waters and sun-drenched isles of Greece, we understand that many questions may arise. Here, we anticipate your inquiries, addressing them in the spirit of shared discovery and our mutual fascination for this ancient sea-bound nation.

What is the best time to rent a yacht in Greece?

The best time to embark on a yachting journey in Greece is typically between May and October, when the Mediterranean climate offers warm, sun-filled days and calm seas. This period is the high season for yacht rentals, offering a perfect blend of favourable weather and vibrant island life.

What kind of yacht should I rent?

The choice of yacht is largely dependent on your personal preferences and needs. For larger groups and families, a catamaran offers ample space and stability. If luxury and comfort are paramount, consider a superyacht, which offers a host of modern amenities. For those seeking a more intimate connection with the sea, a traditional sailing yacht can be an exhilarating choice.

Do I need a license to sail in Greece?

The Greek authorities require at least one member of the crew to have a valid International Certificate of Competence (ICC) or an equivalent national certificate from your country of residence. If you do not have sailing qualifications, hiring a skipper is a popular option. The skipper can safely navigate the boat while you relax and enjoy the journey.

How can I respect the environment during my yacht rental?

Practicing environmentally friendly sailing involves a variety of measures. Be mindful of waste disposal - many yachts are equipped with holding tanks or you can dispose of waste at port facilities. Limit your use of single-use plastics on board, and respect the local wildlife by maintaining a safe distance. Finally, be conscious of your energy consumption and try to maximise the use of sails over the engine when possible.

Can I visit multiple islands during my yacht rental?

Absolutely. The beauty of renting a yacht is the freedom it offers to explore multiple destinations. The Greek islands are well-suited to island hopping, with many desirable locations in close proximity to one another. This allows you to discover the unique charm of each island at your own pace.

In sharing these answers, we hope to enhance your understanding of what a yachting adventure in Greece entails. As always, our journey is enriched by your curiosity, and we stand ready to navigate these enchanting waters alongside you.

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Sailways SA works in partnership with “ISSA”, the International Sailing School Association and holds an ISSA accreditation since 2015, which means we are eligible to provide sailing lessons and issue Issa certificates. 

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We are happy to offer a number of Used & New sailing yachts and catamarans for sale in Greece. All of the boats are offered in great condition, with maintenance data, as well as the possibility to request any of our services on technical support. 

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Maintenance and Repairs of Monohulls and Catamarans. A planned maintenance system increases the safety and reliability of any yacht, and we ensure a team prepared to offer you the services that your yacht requires. 

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Explore our meticulously managed fleet of yachts, which we take great pride in. We have established a reputation for overseeing the most exquisitely appointed and well-maintained yachts within our category in Greece.  With years of expertise in the yachting industry, our technical team crafts unique solutions that enhance onboard space and comfort. We pay attention to every detail, believing that even the smallest extra amenities can transform a good sailing vacation into an unforgettable experience cherished for a lifetime.

When you step aboard our yachts, you embark on a five-star vacation. Each cabin is thoughtfully designed, featuring curated decor, premium bedding, and plush towels. Our welcoming team greets you with warm smiles, ensuring your journey starts on a positive note. Every yacht in our fleet boasts beautifully treated teak decks and enchanting underwater and courtesy lights that cast a magical ambiance onboard during the night. Your voyage with us promises not just a sailing trip, but an extraordinary and unforgettable holiday.

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You will sail on a new and luxuriously equipped yacht. A professional skipper will take you to a different island every day and stop in the most breathtaking beaches and little bays, many of which are untouched and only reachable by boat. Sailing time on board will be between 2-3h per day. At night you will anchor in idyllic ports, explore the vibrant island life, taste delicious locally produced food, and stroll around sheer endless little villages and alleys.

Lagoon 51 | 2024 | Ionian 

10 Guests | 2 Crew | 5+2 Cabins

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Lagoon 51 | 2021 | Ionian



Hanse 588 | 2019/22 | Ionian 

6 Guests | 2 Crew | 3+1 Cabins

Bavaria C45 | 2021 | Ionian 

10 Guests | Bareboat | 5 Cabins

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FP Saba 50 | 2014/23 | Ionian 

8 Guests | 1 Crew | 4+1 Cabins



Lagoon 46 | 2023 | Ionian

6  Guests | 1 Crew | 3+1  Cabins

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Jeanneau SO 519 | 2016 /2023 | Ionian

10 Guests | Bareboat | 5+1  Cabins

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Fountaine Pajot Tanna 47 | 2023 | Ionian 

10 Guests | 1 Crew | 5+1 Cabins



Lagoon 46 | 2024 | Ionian

8 Guests | 1 Crew | 4+1  Cabins



Lagoon 42 | 2024 | Ionian

8 Guests | Bareboat | 4+1  Cabins



Bavaria C45 | 2021 | Ionian

10 Guests | Bareboat | 5  Cabins


Lagoon 42 | 2018 / 2022 | Ionian

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Dufour GL 412 | 2016/2023 | Ionian

6 Guests | Bareboat | 3  Cabins


Beyond our in-house fleet, we proudly present a meticulously chosen selection of yachts from trusted partners who uphold our exacting quality standards. We've conducted thorough inspections of all the yachts we endorse, and our dedicated team will personally be there to extend a warm welcome as you step on board. Throughout your charter, our multilingual support team stands ready to assist, ensuring a seamless and unforgettable experience.

To elevate your holiday experience, we offer a CAVO YACHTING starter package filled with delightful luxury items, setting the perfect tone for your well-deserved vacation.

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Beneteau, Jeanneau, Dufour, Bavaria, Hanse and Ocean Star


Lagoon, Dufour,  Fountaine Pajot, Bali and Nautitech


Heesen, Benetti, Pershing, Azimut, Sun-Seeker, Posillipo and Canados


We provide a selection of three charter options: Bareboat Charters , Skippered Charters , and Crewed Charters . Opting for a Bareboat Charter means you have the freedom to captain the yacht yourself, requiring only a valid International Certificate of Competence (ICC). If you don't possess an ICC or simply prefer to sit back and relax, you have the option to have one of our experienced skippers join your journey, taking the helm for you. We collaborate with a network of highly skilled, multilingual professionals who are eager to come on board.

It's worth noting that some of our larger catamarans and motor yachts are exclusively available as Crewed Charters. With this option, a dedicated crew of at least two individuals, typically a skipper and a hostess or cook, will cater to your every need, ensuring a truly indulgent experience for you and your guests.

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Marina Alimos, Marina Zeas, Marina Agios Kosmas, Marina Lavrio and Marina Vouliagmeni


Marina Paros, Marina Mykonos and Marina Naxos


Marina Sivota on Lefkada Island, Lefkas Marina, Marina Preveza and Marina Corfu


Marina Skiathos and Marina Volos


Marina Kos and Marina Rhodes


Greece stands out as a premier global sailing destination, celebrated for its extraordinary allure, which can be discovered across its expansive array of approximately 6,000 islands and islets. This reputation is further bolstered by the country's mild climate and the crystal-clear waters that grace its shores. Greece boasts five principal sailing regions: The Argo-Saronic Gulf , the Cyclades Islands , the Ionian Islands , the Sporades Islands , and the Dodecanese Islands . Each of these areas boasts its own distinctive and captivating beauty.

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The Cyclades Islands form the most famous Greek island group, which is characterised by its traditional blue and white architecture, gorgeous sandy beaches, warm and hospitable people, traditional lifestyle and barren landscape with isolated chapels. 

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The Ionian Islands are famous for their luscious green vegetation, beautiful white beaches, turquoise waters, and charming villages.


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Argo-Saronic Islands are wonderful destinations due to their natural beauty and picturesque villages that feature beautiful historic mansions and sites.


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The Sporades Island group is Mediterranean’s lesser known and least visited island group, although it is blessed with superb natural beauty and the most luscious vegetation.

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The Dodecanese Islands, in the southeastern Aegean Sea, is a group of 12 islands and 150 islets, which are  known for their medieval castles, Byzantine churches, and important archaeological sites.

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Greece is a world-class, yachting destination. With an archipelago that boasts volcanic islands on the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas, discover ancient cities, cliff-backed beaches, secret coves, and remarkable historical sites. Every year, boats of all sizes and shapes flock to Greece for stunning Grecian vacations with unparalleled experiences. To charter a yacht in Greece is truly a phenomenal holiday you shouldn't miss.

How much to charter a yacht in Greece?

Greece is blessed with beautiful weather year-round, and thousands of kilometers of coastline. With this, hundreds of yachts visit and enjoy the summer holidays, hopping from one Grecian island to another. Every type of yacht can be found on Greece's harbors and marinas, which means you'll have many yacht charters to choose from. A sailboat is perfect for anyone who wants a more classical and exhilarating cruise on the Aegean Sea. A 196-foot sailboat with five cabins can cost around $298,000 for a week's rent. A 45-foot catamaran, on the other hand, with two cabins for a small group of 4 adults, can cost about $15,000 per week. Furthermore, a luxury motor yacht that's 160 feet in length and having seven cabins can cost around $170,000 for a week's rent.

What are the most popular yacht holidays in Greece?

There are three different island groups in Greece that offer the most spectacular yacht charter holidays. These are the Ionian Islands, the Argo-Saronic Islands, and the Cyclades. The Ionian Islands are found to the west of Greece and feature 12 islands and islets. They may up 6 archipelagos, Confu, Paxi, Zakynthos, Lefkada, Ithaki, and Kefalonia. With charming villages, a bohemian vibe, and picturesque beaches, you will find this island group's undeniable beauty breathtaking and spectacular.

The Argo-Saronic Islands offer a sheltered location and breathtaking natural scenery. Its closeness to Athens, being only 12 nautical miles away, makes it one of Greece's most visited yacht charter destinations. The Islands consist of Agistri, Aegina, Hydra, Poros, Salamina, and plenty of other worthwhile islands to explore. With natural anchorages, water sports activities on the islands reign supreme. And with ancient ruins, historical monuments, as well as a great collection of bars, restaurants, and boutique shops, get to enjoy the best of both worlds on board your very own luxury yacht floating around the islands.

And of course, a trip to Greece must never end without a yacht charter to the Cyclades Islands. Located in the south of Greece, this island group is the most popular and most visited. With islands such as Mykonos and Santorini, these islands make up the quintessential Grecian islands. There are 39 islands in the Cyclades, with only 24 being inhabited. The most popular are Mykonos, Santorini, Delos, Paros, and Sifnos.

Mykonos is best known for its lively nightlife, but during the day, you can visit the splendid golden beaches, the scenery, the quiet and peace, and beautiful architecture across the island. Santorini is the most visited of all the islands in the Cyclades, and for a good reason. Santorini is world-famous for being the picture-perfect Grecian island with white-washed houses featuring blue roofs and shutters, and narrow and winding alleys. And with the blue waters of the Aegean Sea as the perfect view, Santorini is undoubtedly spellbinding. Other islands to enjoy are Naxos, the largest of the Cyclades, with ancient temples, such as the Temple of Apollo, as well as the Temple of the Goddess Dimitra in Saggri.

Where to go on a luxury yacht charter in Greece?

When it comes to luxury yacht charters, nothing beats Athens in terms of offering yacht charter itineraries. With several luxury marinas such as the Flisvos Marina, which is the only marina in Greece to be awarded the 5 Gold Anchor designation, Athens is the perfect jumping-off point to the rest of the Grecian islands. And of course, it doesn't hurt that the famous city features gourmet restaurants, designer shops, and tailor-made luxury tours to start your yacht charter holiday.

Corfu Island comes in a close second for luxury yacht charters in Greece. With the Gouvia Marina, you are welcomed into the gateway to the Adriatic. With a cosmopolitan appeal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and plenty of secluded beaches to call your own, Corfu is an ideal luxury yacht charter destination. And if you want accessibility with your luxury yacht charter, Rhodes Island features a marina that is the biggest on the Dodecanese islands. The island has its international airport, with direct flights to international destinations. The marina itself offers a quiet and safe harbor, as well as VIP services.

Greece is a dream yacht charter destination. With incredible cuisine, enchanting volcanic islands with quaint and charming hilltop towns, and of course, exquisite natural beauty, a yacht charter in Greece is the best way to truly capture the country's beauty and timeless charm.

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Length (m): 36,88 | Cabins: 6 | Berths: 12


Length (m): 35,5 | Cabins: 5 | Berths: 12

Price per week starting at: € 69,000



Length (m): 85 | Cabins: 10 | Berths: 12

Price per week starting at: € 800,000


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Length (m): 49,23 | Cabins: 7 | Berths: 12

Price per week starting at: € 145,000

MY Mamma Mia - Canados - Main

Length (m): 33,88 | Cabins: 5 | Berths: 12

Price per week starting at: € 125,000

Bavaria C38

Bavaria C38

Length (m): 11,38 | Cabins: 3 | Berths: 7


Bavaria C42

Length (m): 12,38 | Cabins: 3 | Berths: 7

Bavaria C45 Main

Bavaria C45

Length (m): 14,43 | Cabins: 4 | Berths: 9

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Bavaria C50

Length (m): 15,55 | Cabins: 5 | Berths: 10


Bavaria C57

Length (m): 16,73 | Cabins: 5+1 | Berths: 11

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Bavaria Cruiser 51

Length (m): 15,59 | Cabins: 5 | Berths: 10

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Bavaria Cruiser 46

Length (m): 14,27 | Cabins: 4 | Berths: 9

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Bavaria Cruiser 37

Length (m): 11,3 | Cabins: 3 | Berths: 7

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Bavaria Cruiser 41

Length (m): 12,35 | Cabins: 3 | Berths: 7


Bavaria Cruiser 34

Length (m): 9,99 | Cabins: 2 | Berths: 5

Yacht Charter Greece – The Aegean Yachting offers a wide range of sailing yachts, motor yachts, and catamarans in some of the most beautiful destinations in Greece .  A brand of Nikolas Yachting Ltd. , Aegean Yachting provides affordable yacht charters in Greece and the Greek islands . You can explore the Greek islands with a sailing or motor yacht, bare-boat or with a skipper for the vacation of a lifetime. The Greek peninsula is at the far south east of Europe is made up of the mainland (Attica, Peloponnese, Central Greece, Thessaly, Epirus, Macedonia and Thrace) and the islands in the Aegean and Ionian Seas. The area has a population of about 10 million.

Athens , the capital and largest city of Greece: The name of Greece’s capital derives from the name of the Goddess of wisdom and intelligence, Athena. This unique city is where democracy first saw the light of day, and where the Parthenon, the gem of architecture, was built.

Yacht charter bases in Greece – Greek islands:

Greece has an extremely large number of islands – 6,000-odd islands and islets scattered in the Aegean and Ionian Seas, of which only 227 islands are inhabited. Most of the islands are found in the Aegean Sea and are divided into many groups:

Sporades Islands: Pine-clad, picturesque, and hilly islands with some of Greece’s most beautiful beaches — Alonnisos , Skiathos , Skopelos , and Skyros .

Dodecanese Islands  ( Yacht Charter in Dodecanese, Greece ) – This group of islands has some of the most cosmopolitan and tranquil of the Greek Islands – 15 larger and about 150 smaller Greek islands — Astypalaia , Agathonisi , Alimia, Arkoi, Chalki, Farmakonisi, Gyali, Kalymnos , Karpathos , Kasos , Kastellorizo , Kinaros, Kos , Lipsi , Leipsoi, Leros , Levitha, Marathos, Nisyros , Nimos , Patmos , Pserimos , Rhodes , Symi , Saria, Strongyli, Syrna, Telendos , and Tilos .

Cyclades Islands  (Yacht Charter in Cyclades, Greece), situated in the heart of Aegean Sea, Cyclades is one of the most popular yacht charter destination in Greece.

This group of islands is made up of 56 islands of various sizes, with the most important being Amorgos, Anafi, Andros, Antiparos, Delos, Ios, Kea, Kimolos, Kythnos, Milos, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Santorini, Serifos, Sikinos, Sifnos, Syros, Tinos, Folegandros, as well as the “Minor Cyclades” comprising Donousa, Irakleia, Koufonisia and Schinousa.

Saronic Islands  also known as  Gulf of Aegina   (Yacht Charter in Saronic Gulf, Greece), easily accessible from Athens or Poros, excellent for bareboat yacht charters or flotillas alike.

This area is also ideal for beginners with steady predictable afternoon breezes – the islands of Aegina/Aegena, Salamina/Salamis, Poros, Patroklos, Fleves, Angistri,  Methana, Spetses, and Hydra.

Ionian Islands  ( Yacht Charter in Ionian, Greece )  – The Ionian Sea is an ideal yacht charter destination and somewhat more peaceful than the Aegean.

The lush green beauty of the Ionian Islands offer gentle sailing from bases in Corfu and Lefkas makes this a family friendly yacht charter area in Greece – lying just off the West coast of Greece, Ionian islands resemble a necklace, and include Paxos and Antipaxos, Corfu, Levkas, Kefalonia, Ithaca and Zakinthos.

Evia  (Yacht Charter in Evia, Greece) – The prefecture of Evia (which also includes the island of Skiros), is next to the prefecture of Viotia on the east and on the south touches the Aegean Sea, on the north and northwest to the Pagasitiko and Maliako Gulf, while on the west and southwest with the north and south Evian Gulf.

The Northeastern Aegean Islands  (Yacht Charter in Northeastern Aegean, Greece)  – Agios Efstratios, Thasos, Ikaria, Lesbos, Limnos, Inouses, Samos, Samothrace, Chios, Psara.

Crete    – an authentic Greek Island with a metropolitan twist: Yacht charter in Crete is a wonderful experience, offering the ultimate escape. Located at the southernmost tip of Greece, Crete is the largest island of Greece and divided in to 4 prefectures.

From west to east: Chania, Rethymno, Heraklion and Lasithi.

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Go here for a list of Greece yacht charters in the Mediterranean . Eastern Mediterranean Greece yacht charter holiday offers charterers so much to explore around the various famous sunny Greek Islands, boasting remarkable ancient history, unique architecture and charming little waterfront villages tumbling down the island mountains. Greece yacht charter vacationers tend to revisit Greece year after year, as there are plenty of ancient ruins and ancient history to soak up. Anyone heard of Homer, Virgil, Ulysses, Socrates or Troy?

Greece Luxury Yacht Charter Hot Spots

As a Greece yacht charter covers so much territory. Let’s have a brief look at the main areas to charter your yacht. The first four are the main Greece charter areas: the Ionian Islands, the Aegean & Sporades, the Cyclades and last but not least the Dodecanese.

Greece also boasts magnificent natural beauty. The stunning aqua or dark blue waters and the faultless blue skies are a draw card for sailing yacht charter vacations as well as luxury motor yachts. Greece is still one of the most sought-after yacht charter areas in the Mediterranean, be it luxury crewed yacht charter or bare boat yacht charter, due to the huge number of things to see and do and the relative close proximity of everything by water.

Perhaps it’s the sexy sophistication of Mykonos, the music and dance of Zorba and the timeless romance of Santorini that attracts Greece’s shores. The Greek Islands are an intense blend of past the present, old and new. The Greeks are strong in their traditions and beliefs. Widows dressed in black can stare accusingly at the scantily dressed tourists, yet moments later, invite you in as welcomed guests. Bustling taverns and modern discos entertain the young and young at heart.

The Greek hospitality is unchallenged. A sailing yacht vacation or a power boat charter is a great way to experience all the Greek Islands have to offer. There is also increasing demand for luxury yacht charter and superyacht charter in Greece. After the sunset you can relax in your charter yacht’s cockpit sipping on Greek wine, Dolmadakia (stuffed vine leaves) and Tzatziki whilst listening to the soothing sounds of Bouzouki music drifting from a little harbour village.

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A yacht charter with CharterWorld is a fantastic way to experience the best of the world's coastline, pristine white beaches, sparkling azure waters, vividly colored marine life, national parks, secluded bays or dynamic nightlife; the list is endless. A yacht charter allows you freedom and choice in some of the most spectacular locations around the world.

Each Greek Island often holds its own unique charm. While on your charter yacht you can easily acquire wonderful food such as fresh tomatoes, olives, oranges, strawberries, melons, feta, yogurts and bread from all Greece’s main islands.

Many yacht charters around the Greek Islands tend to be sailing traditional Turkish Gullets. The cruising grounds are varied with the startling beauty of the Ionian Islands to the West, the modern sophistication of the Cyclades and the undiscovered history and artistic charm of the Aegean Islands. A sailing yacht charter holiday is the best way to enjoy a land of intriguing culture and startling beauty.

As one of the most well known yacht charter grounds in the Mediterranean, Greece offers all the main types of yacht charters. These include luxury motor yachts, sailing, yacht charter, skippered, crewed yachts, catamaran, power boat, sailboat, luxury yachts and the ever increasing luxury super yacht charter.

Greece Luxury Yacht Charter Tips

With its many amazing beaches, beautiful clear waters and fantastic bars, it’s not surprising many visitors head for Greece every year. Here’s some advice if you’re planning a yacht charter vacation this summer.

1. Choose the right time to visit Greece

Greece’s holiday season is quite long starting in May and finishing in mid-October. If you visit before or after these months, there aren’t so many people around especially on the more popular islands. Mykonos for example doesn’t have many visitors in May so the nightlife isn’t as vibrant than in July or August. If, however you love relaxing in the sun and prefer a quieter vacation, avoid these two months.

2. Take the weather into consideration when planning your holiday

Always check the weather when you decide to take a yacht charter holiday in Greece. It’s usually warm in the early and late season although the sea temperature is a little cooler in early summer. December brings colder weather and cold waters so swimming is out unless you don’t mind being a bit on the chilly side. This month late in the year on the other hand is a good time if you wish to see the culture and history of Greece as it’s fairly quiet. Most yacht owners and charterers prefer to visit the Greek Islands between May and early October, so expect busier times when choosing to sail during these two months.

3. Pack a large suitcase

With around 2,000 Greek islands to choose from it’s a good idea to do a little research about the island or islands you intend visiting - see above. There are historical islands, islands that are sophisticated and islands that are totally uninhabited. You won’t need a huge suitcase of clothes if you’re going to an island that’s underpopulated and you just plan to swim, sunbathe or eat on board your superyacht. All you will need are shorts, T-Shirts and swimming costumes.

However, if you decide to visit islands such as Rhodes, Paros or Mykonos you may need a large suitcase. Dining out in smart restaurants, dancing the night away in clubs or wanting to be part of the jet set means you will probably want many changes of wardrobe. Pack luggage accordingly, taking casual along with elegant clothes to suit all occasions.

4. Throw away the guide book

A guide book isn’t really that necessary if you’re heading to the Aegean Sea on a superyacht charter. Islands in this region are close together and there’s plenty of information elsewhere. With so much info on so many places, it’s an impossible task to read it all so maybe a short summary is the best bet about each place you intend to visit.

Get a general idea of accessibility to certain islands, make sure you can moor in the dock and find out the size of the port. Do a little homework about the nightlife, attractions and the types of beaches to expect. You can then work out an itinerary of the island you prefer to spend time on and where to go, as well as what to see once you’re there.

How about reading some of the more notable books about Greece? The Story of Ulysses or Odysseus, the King of Itheca or Homer’s Odyssey make interesting subjects to get you into the swing of this beautiful country.

The Charter Season & Climate

Like most of the Mediterranean, the Greece yacht chartering season generally runs from April to the end of October. The summer season in July and August is the hottest and tends to have strong Meltemi winds blowing frequently. This is also the high season as far as numbers go. The best time to charter a yacht is probably either of the shoulder seasons (April-May and September-October), each side of the main summer season, as the temperatures are the most comfortable, the wind lighter (yet reliable) and the onshore tourists have yet to arrive or have just left in their largest numbers.

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Greece is one of the most popular destinations for beach holidays and amazing sea travel. Tourists come here to enjoy the picturesque landscapes and touch the remnants of centuries of history. A large number of small but very beautiful Greek islands are found along the Turkish coastline and the country's charter possibilities are endless.

San Lorenzo 82

  • 2004 Production
  • 24.60 m Length
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.

Bavaria C50

  • 2023 Production
  • 15.98 m Length

Bavaria C57

  • 2021 Production
  • 16.73 m Length

Lagoon 560 S2

  • 2016 Production
  • 17.07 m Length

Bavaria C57

  • 15.43 m Length

Fountaine Pajot Alegria 67

  • 20.43 m Length

Sunseeker Predator 72

  • 2009 Production
  • 19.75 m Length

Dufour 48 Catamaran

  • 14.70 m Length

Bavaria C50

  • 2020 Production
  • 15.39 m Length

Dufour 48 Catamaran

  • 12.67 m Length

Fountaine Pajot Alegria 67

  • 2022 Production
  • 20.42 m Length

Bavaria C50

  • 14.75 m Length

Lagoon 50

  • 14.76 m Length

Lagoon 50

  • 2019 Production

Lagoon 620 ESSENSE

  • 18.90 m Length

Fountaine Pajot Galathea 65

  • 2011 Production
  • 19.30 m Length

Azimut Magellano 74

  • 2003 Production
  • 22.65 m Length

Sunreef 80

  • 24.40 m Length

Bavaria C50

  • 15.94 m Length

Hera C

  • 1995 Production
  • 28.00 m Length

Bavaria C57

  • 2001 Production
  • 21.34 m Length

Princess V65

  • 2008 Production
  • 20.33 m Length

Popilov Yachts 14.99

  • 14.99 m Length

Triton 48

  • 1999 Production
  • 14.02 m Length

San Lorenzo 82

  • 2007 Production
  • 24.00 m Length

Canados 88 Evolution

  • 1992 Production
  • 26.58 m Length

Bavaria C57

  • 16.70 m Length

San Lorenzo 82

  • 13.13 m Length

Bali 4.5

  • 16.80 m Length


  • 2013 Production
  • 32.00 m Length

Gianetti Star 64

  • 20.05 m Length

Fountaine Pajot Saona 47

  • 14.40 m Length

Fountaine Pajot Alegria 67

  • 20.46 m Length

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 49

  • 2006 Production
  • 14.94 m Length

Lagoon 52

  • 2017 Production
  • 15.84 m Length

Lagoon 52

  • 2014 Production
  • 15.85 m Length

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Why Greece is so popular for yachting

The state has a huge number of islands, which are united into certain clusters, each of which has unique features. The southernmost point of the Aegean Sea is Crete.

Among the most popular islands are the Ionian, Argo-Saronic, and Cycladaki. They are the closest to the capital of Greece. The easiest way to get to these islands is from Athens. Yachting enthusiasts also come to Crete and the Dodecanese, which are outside the key charter routes and are closer to Turkey.

Traveling to Greece allows you to:

  • enjoy the stunning scenery;
  • get to know the outstanding cultural and historical heritage;
  • become a part of noisy megacities, and then hide from the hustle and bustle on quiet islands;
  • taste the unique local cuisine.

Greece and the islands that make up it allow for unforgettable sea cruises. The number of marinas is not so great, but this doesn't make charter a less demanded service.

Yacht trips

Yacht tourism in Greek waters has its own characteristics. It's impossible not to pay attention to the friendly locals, great wine, and delicious cuisine, in addition to free parking. Renting a yacht in Greece is a very common and affordable service. You don't need to pay for berthing at the port, and there are no fees or additional transit taxes, unlike Turkey or Croatia.

You should take into account that if you want to get the right to free mooring in the port of Greece, you need to rent a yacht that sails under the flag of the state. Problems almost never arise here. Most of the charter ships already sail with the Greek flag.

In the port, you can replenish water supplies for free, as well as use electricity. At the same time, you don't need to pay duties and fees, as well as spend time processing a huge number of documents. When you stop at the port, you should enjoy delicious Mediterranean cuisine, most of which have a stunning aroma thanks to the use of olive oil. The best chefs work in restaurants on the islands, and the cost of lunch or dinner will delight you.

Well-equipped and comfortable marinas with discreet service are located in Lefkada, Crete, and Kos. The Greeks always provide help to those who need it, without demanding reward. Marina owners promptly respond to customer comments and quickly resolve them. Renting a boat is very simple because at least one of the crew members needs to have a skipper's certificate. Sometimes it's necessary to write a statement stating that the client is familiar with the basics of sailing.

Weather and climate

Strong winds are observed from July to August in the Cyclades. But even this disadvantage can easily be turned into an advantage. Strong winds help to quickly move between locations, allowing you to save on fuel. Also, the air in such conditions doesn't seem so hot, so passengers will feel quite comfortable.

A yacht charter on the Ionian Sea, which is known for its calm nature, is best suited for lovers of a varied beach holiday.

Greece is washed by the Aegean and Ionian seas. Each of them has its own unique features. If you are planning a trip to the Aegean Sea, Athens may be the optimal point of the route. The best marinas are located in Kos and Rhodes.

Most yachts sail through Santorini, Milo, and Rhodes. In the northeast direction, only 15 of the 39 islands are inhabited. Crete in the south deserves special attention. It's here that the famous labyrinth is located , which is associated with the myths of Ariadne and the Minotaur.

A large number of different islands allows you to create a special route. The country's port system is very developed, so you will not be left without fuel, water, and food.

The water area of the calm Ionian Sea pleases travelers with a high level of comfort. Small islands with stunning landscapes will not leave anyone indifferent.

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Embark on a luxurious yacht charter in Greece for an unforgettable holiday experience. Explore stunning islands, indulge in fresh seafood, and immerse yourself in rich culture. Escape to hidden coves and untouched gems while still enjoying all the comforts you need. Whether it’s a romantic trip or a family gathering, sailing around the Greek islands promises memories to cherish forever.

What are the main factors driving the prices up and down for Greek yacht charters?

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Greek islands not to miss on a sailing vacation

Santorini : also known as Thira, is a volcanic island located in the southern Aegean Sea. This island is an iconic destination in Greece, attracting millions of tourists every year. Its unique landscape, picturesque architecture, and luxurious amenities make it a sought-after destination for yacht charters. Santorini boasts of a stunning caldera, which is a natural geological formation created by a volcanic eruption. The view of the caldera and the sunset from the island is breathtaking and has made Santorini one of the most photographed destinations in the world

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From 2000€ / week: the minimum cost for a bareboat charter in Greece

Bareboat chartering in Greece offers an unparalleled adventure amidst the azure waters of the Aegean and Ionian seas. With prices starting from 2000€ per week, aspiring sailors can embark on their dream vacation aboard a sleek and well-equipped vessel, navigating through the iconic Greek islands at their own pace. 

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From 3,500€ / week: the minimum price for a yacht rental with a skipper

Embark on a voyage through the stunning waters of Greece with a yacht charter including a skipper, starting from just 4000€ per week. This enticing offer grants you the freedom to indulge in the beauty of the Greek islands without the hassle of navigating the seas yourself. With a seasoned skipper at the helm, you can relax and immerse yourself in the breathtaking scenery, from the whitewashed cliffs of Santorini to the charming harbors of Corfu. 

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From 11,000€ / week: the minimum cost for private crewed yacht charters

Experience unparalleled luxury and unparalleled service with private crewed yacht charters starting from 12,000€ per week. Set sail on a journey of opulence and relaxation as you explore the enchanting Greek islands with a dedicated crew catering to your every need. With a skilled captain navigating the crystal-clear waters and a professional crew ensuring your every whim is met, your private yacht charter promises an unforgettable escape where luxury knows no bounds.

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Our tips to decrease your yacht charter price in Greece

Pick a sailing trip in the greek shoulder season to enjoy lower rates.

To decrease your yacht charter price in Greece, consider several strategies. Opting for a sailing trip during the Greek shoulder season, typically in late spring or early autumn, can significantly reduce costs while still offering pleasant weather and fewer crowds. During this time, charter companies often offer discounted rates to attract customers, allowing you to enjoy the same stunning destinations and experiences at a fraction of the cost. Additionally, be flexible with your travel dates and destination choices, as prices can vary depending on demand and availability.

A smaller yacht can mean a longer Greek yacht charter

Opting for a smaller yacht can often result in a longer Greek yacht charter for the same budget. While larger yachts may boast more luxurious amenities, they also tend to come with higher rental prices. By selecting a smaller vessel, you not only save on upfront costs but also potentially reduce ongoing expenses such as fuel. However the service expected onboard won’t be the same. Your broker can help you find the right balance.

Sailing catamarans and sailboats decrease your APA

Our tips to decrease your yacht charter price in Greece include considering the type of vessel you choose. Opting for a sailing catamaran or sailboat can often result in a lower Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA), which covers expenses of fuel.


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Bareboat Charters with Istion

For experienced sailors with the required sailing qualifications, Istion’s yachts and catamarans all come fully equipped for bareboat charters without a skipper or crew.

Our bareboat charter fleet features brand new yachts and catamarans and lovingly maintained older models from some of the most famous shipyards in the world including Beneteau, Jeanneau, Lagoon, Excess, Dufour, Fountaine Pajot, Bali, Bavaria, Hanse and Nautitech.

All of our bareboats come equipped with any add-ons you may desire and are delivered together with Istion's unmatched customer service . We invite you to read what our customers have to say to get a better idea on why Istion has been one of the #1 rated yacht charter firms in Greece for over 30 years !

The Practicals of Bareboat Charters in Greece

If you are looking to rent a bareboat in Greece then either you or one of your group is an experienced sailor holding a valid sailing license . In Greece, authorities require a minimum of one captain with a sailing license/certification and one experienced crew member as co-skipper for bareboat charters.

As a rule, ASA & RYA Certifications are recognised but Day Skipper certificates may sometimes be rejected by Port Authorities. To be on the safe side, if this is your first time chartering in Greece, please contact us so we can evaluate your license and answer any questions you may have.


Our bareboat fleet includes brand new models of popular sailing yachts and catamarans available from any of our 12 charter bases throughout Greece.


Our Charter Bases in Greece

We offer bareboat charters from all of our eleven charter bases in Greece . Specific models available at each base vary, but you will find a suitable yacht or catamran no matter where you are planning on sailing from.

Which base is best for you usually depends on the flights available from the country you are coming from and which area of Greece you will be arriving to.

For those flying into Athens , we have our main fleet in Alimos Marina and a second base in Lavrion which is just half an hour from the airport. Alimos is a gateway to the Argo Saronic islands and the Peloponnese mainland ports while both are good options for visiting the Cyclades .

For those looking at charter flights to the western Ionion islands we have bases in Corfu , Lefkas and Preveza .

Visitors to looking to explore the Dodecanese can find us at our very first charter base opened in 1992 on the island of Kos , and our more recent addition on the island of Rhodes .

Last but not least for those of you looking to fly into Skiathos and explore the Sporades we have a main base in Skiathos Port and also in the nearby mainland city of Volos which is often convenient for our guests travelling to Greece by road.


Bareboat Charters - Frequently Asked Questions

Most of our sailing yachts and catamarans may be rented as "bareboats", in other words they are offered for private charters with no skipper or crew. To hire a bareboat you and/or someone in your party need the appropriate qualifications and are responsible for the navigation and handling of the yacht. Most bareboat yachts can accommodate up to 10 or 12 persons. The "per person" cost of a bareboat charter is usually at or below the cost of a resort vacation, without the crowds!

The Greek Authorities require a minimum of one sailing license/certification and one experienced crew member as co-skipper for bareboat charters. Typically, ASA & RYA Certifications are recognised but Day Skipper certificates (and/or those facing nautical miles’ restrictions) may sometimes be rejected by Port Authorities. To be on the safe side, please contact us so we can evaluate your license and let you know if you’re good to go!

Please note that you will be required to have your original sailing license at the charter base upon embarkation for checks performed on the spot by the Port Authorities. You should also have a copy of your license for Istion records and to ensure there are no problems if license is somehow misplaced during your holiday!

That depends on you! Istion's experts are always happy to recommend the best choice for your needs. Your sailing holiday can be tailored to fit your party and your preferences. Usually, details such as how many people are you are sailing with and if there are couples traveling together or single guests who require private cabins will determine the type and size of boat we recommend. Each yacht is registered for a maximum number of people on board. We have a wide selection of yachts suitable for smaller and larger groups, simply contact us for our recommendations based on how many people will be in your party!

Please note that regardless of the yacht’s size, the number of passengers allowed must not exceed 12. A pleasure craft in Greece that carries more than 12 people is considered a ‘passenger ship’ and must comply with different safety regulations which are not compatible with bareboat charters.

Our bareboat charters are usually offered Saturday to Saturday. Depending on the yacht’s booking plan however, there may be a chance we could accommodate other embarking/disembarking dates, so feel free to ask!

Our bareboat charters start on Saturday at 17:00. In some cases a fast track process is available for an additional fee. If it is available, fast tracking allows you to check in at 14:00. If you wish to start your charter earlier than 17:00 please notify us so we can advise on availability.

Charters end on Saturday at 09:00 (disembarkation from the boat). You will need to be back at your designated finishing base by Friday at 18:00.

The price includes the use of the yacht and its equipment (as per each yacht's inventory list), marine insurance, all taxes & currently applicable VAT. The price does not include any running expenses necessary for operating the yacht (i.e. fuel, fresh water consumption, travel insurance, trip cancellation or curtailment insurance, food and drinks, port fees if any, etc.) nor any of your personal expenses.

All of our charter bases throughout Greece are located at main marinas or ports that have nearby shops where you can find everything you need. Upon your arrival, our base staff will advise you on the nearest supermarket for provisioning in the local area. Alternatively you may ask us for our provisioning list in which you can specify the supplies and quantities you require and we can arrange for delivery to your yacht so you are ready to set sail as soon as possible!

The key for sailing charters is simplicity and a minimum of unneeded extras. Casual and breezy beach attire is certainly the order of the day on deck, though for evenings ashore, slacks or a sundress are more appropriate. Rubber soled shoes as opposed to hard soles are recommended aboard our yachts, so bring boat shoes or tennis shoes. For cool or windy evenings, a windbreaker comes in handy and depending on the time of year you are sailing a long sleeved shirt or two just in case you feel chilly is a good idea.

Above all, protection from the sun is vital – lots of suntan lotion, wide-brimmed hats or sailing caps, and loose-fitting cotton cover-ups. Don't forget to pack it all in soft-shell baggage for easy onboard storage.

During check-in, you will meet our base team who will conduct the yacht familiarisation briefing and join you in thoroughly inspecting the yacht so as to have an overview on all the yacht's systems and safety equipment on board. Our base team will also go over any details of your planned route with you and advise you on expected weather conditions during your charter.

Check-out is similar in the sense that here too our base staff will inspect the yacht and you will sign the handover papers. This is also a good time for you to share your feedback and any comments you may have regarding the yacht & your overall sailing experience.

For any technical issue on board, you may call our Base Manager (contact details provided in our Base Information file) and he will immediately advise you. Furthermore, our technical team operates on a 24/7 basis in order to provide our clients with quick & professional assistance whenever and wherever needed.

Kindly be advised that all our yachts are comprehensively insured against damage to the hull, machinery and/or equipment including third party cover, beyond a deductible excess figure, which is boat’s security deposit.

The security deposit is a refundable deposit used to cover the insurance deductible of any ONE insurable event (damage or loss). This means that should an incident occur, in order to be covered against a 2nd incident, the charterer must replenish the security deposit to the initial amount.

The value of the security deposit varies depending on the size of the yacht or catamaran you are renting. If no insurable event occurs during your sailing holiday, the deposit is returned.

The security deposit covers damage per insurable event that will be covered by the amount of the refundable figure (i.e. EUR 3000 for a Lagoon 42) even if the cost for the damage is higher.

The only possibility of exceeding the refundable figure is with the loss or damage of the auxiliary equipment of the vessel, such as damage or loss of the outboard motor or dinghy. For such, you (the client) would need to cover the cost of the reparation and/or replacement of the auxiliary equipment in full.

For skippered charters, If the damage is caused by the skipper, then the skipper is responsible, on the other hand you (the customer) are responsible for your actions and any damage caused by your actions onboard.

Yes! When chartering with Istion Yachting we offer the option to reduce the boat’s security deposit by choosing the security reduction which consists of two figures (amounts depend on yacht’s size as per our Bareboat Price List). SECURITY REDUCTION (NON-REFUNDABLE & REFUNDABLE FIGURES)

Security Deposit reduction: • Yachts up to 44 ft: €300/week plus refundable security deposit €500 • Yachts from 45 ft and up to 50 ft: €350 / week plus refundable security deposit €600 • Yachts from 51 ft up to 54 ft: €400/week plus refundable deposit €700 • Yachts from 55 ft: €500/week plus refundable deposit €1.000 • All catamarans up to 41 ft: €400/week plus refundable deposit €700 • All catamarans from 42 ft & up to 45 ft: €500/week plus refundable deposit €800 • All catamarans from 46 ft: €600/week plus refundable deposit €1.000

The security deposit reduction is mandatory in case of a skippered charter. For all skippered charters: €350 plus refundable security deposit €700. Not available for regattas & races.

For any technical issue on board, you may call our Base Manager (contact details provided in our Base Information file available during check-in) and he will immediately advise you. Furthermore, our technical team operates on a 24/7 basis in order to provide our clients with quick & professional assistance when needed.


HEADQUARTERS: 1, Poseidonos Ave., 174 55 Alimos, Athens-Greece, Tel +30 210 9811 515, Fax +30 210 9811 990, E-mail [email protected]

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The yacht charter prices and availability below show some of the options available. Charters start on a Sunday and are weekly rates. If you can’t see a suitable holiday or date please call us or email us – there are often other options. View our full range of holiday options here . Private and Informal Flotilla Information . RYA Course Information .

From the time you make a booking, to the time you finally leave at the end of your fantastic holiday in Greece, you will be in the capable hands of Neil, Di, Katie, Chris and the team. Everyone at Sail Ionian is focused on customer care and will all strive to meet your every need in a relaxed and friendly manner. The people you talk to are the people who will also welcome you in Greece, instruct and help in any way they can.

The yacht charter prices below include welcome pack, dinghy and outboard, bed linen and towels, mooring practice, route planning, daily SMS weather update, final cleaning and 24hr call out emergency assistance. New for 2024 – free UNLIMITED 4G Wi-Fi on all yachts! Extras – flights, transfers, fuel & yacht insurance.

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Our Informal Flotilla runs 26th May for half term week, then 23rd June – 8th September

Last charter in 2024 ends 11th november, 5% discount for all returning clients, new for 2024 – free unlimited 4g wi-fi on all yachts.

If you are looking for a Skippered Charter add £1,400 (€1,600) to the prices below to include the skipper & yacht insurance.  The C57 WYVERN is available SKIPPERED ONLY, prices below INCLUDE the skipper for this yacht only.

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