Charter a Sailing Yacht in Greece and experience an unforgettable holiday!

Greece motor yacht charter will take you anywhere you want!

Experience Catamaran Charter and You will return back for sure...

...experience relaxing times on romantic gulets...

...and visit all the pearls of the Yacht Charter Greece! With us.

What to visit on A Charter Yacht in Greece - Best Yachting Vacations in Greece

Athens - A Yacht Charter Greece sailing destination

Charter a Yacht in Athens

The capital and largest city of Greece, one of the world's oldest cities, Athens is home to a number of ancient monuments and works of art, two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Acropolis of Athens and the medieval Daphni Monastery. The port of Piraeus connects Athens to the numerous Greek islands, with frequent ferries and cruisers.

A Yacht Charter Greece - charter a yacht in Santorini

Santorini on a Charter Yacht

The largest island of of the Cyclades and archipelago which is the remnant of a volcanic caldera making it possible for numerous boats to anchor in the protected bay. The principal ports are Athinias and new marina in Vlychada. Also home of flourishing wine industry, based on the indigenous grape variety, Assyrtiko.

Sail around Zakynthos with A Yacht Charter Greece

Yacht Charter Zakynthos

The third largest of the Ionian Islands  covering an area of 410 km2. The most famous landmark of the island is the Navagio beach - a cove isolated by high cliffs and accessible only by boat. The largest resort is Laganas, whose beach stretches around 10 km. There are two ports on the island: Zakynthos and Aghios Nikolaos Volimon.

A Yacht Charter Greece

A Yacht Charter Greece is considered one of the best yacht charter holiday destinations in the Mediterranean. Greece is one of the world's favorite sailing destinations and all the main types of yacht charter are available. Greece charter offers a great variety of motor yachts, crewed, skippered or bareboat sailing yachtscatamarans or gulets throughout the whole sailing season. The most popular sailing areas of the Greece charter are the Ionian Sea, Aegean Sea and Saronic Gulf with more than 2500 islands and countless ports.


The Ionian Archipelago

The Seven Islands are Corfu; Paxos; Lefkada; Ithaca; Kefalonia; Zakynthos and Kythera. The beautiful coast of Epirus with its famous historic bridges includes popular destinations: Sayada, Igoumenitsa, Sivota, Parga and Preveza. Patras is the major harbour of Greece, on the Western Peloponnese coast. There are other small, picturesque historic port towns- Killini; Katakolon; Kiparissia; attractive Pylos; Koroni with its Zaga beach and famous castle; Finikounda, popular for windsurfing; Methoni, with its 13th century fortress with the medieval town inside; the Messinian Mani with its pebble beaches. The whole coast is famous for its beaches, restaurants, hotels and campsites.


The Aegean islands

Less experienced sailors find the navigation through the Aegean sea the most difficult in the charter Greece offer. Myconos, Santorini Folegandros or Anafi, Patmos, Paros are only some of the most popular tourist destinations in this sailing area. NE Aegean islands include: Thasos, Samothrace, Lemnos, Lesvos, Samos, Chios, Ikaria, Psara famous for their rare fauna and flora, medicinal baths and historical sites. The Cyclades is the central group of islands in the Aegean sea. Rocky at the outside appearance, their inland is completely the opposite. They are infamous for their meltemi wind blowing from the NE-N-NW, often disrupting the everyday life. The Dodekanese, the Twelve Islands, are: the capital, Rhodes; Kalymnos, Symi, Kassos, Leros, Tilos, Kastelloriso, Kos, Patmos, Astipalea, Karpathos, Nisyros, Lipsos and Arkoi, widely popular for their beaches, medieval towns, volcanic craters and nightlife.

Sporades consist of Skopelos; Skiathos; Alonissos, famous for its Marine Park - home to the endangered and rarest mammal in Europe -the Mediterranean Monk Seal - and Skyros, surrounded by several hundred smaller islands and rocks. The islands experience shortage in water supply, especially during the summer months.


The Saronic Gulf

This is the main sea route into Argos, Athens, Corinth, Epidaurus and Mycenae The Saronic islands  with their mild weather make an ideal yacht charter Greece holiday for inexperienced sailors.The most popular destinations are the islands of Aegina, Poros and Salamina, Hydra and Spetses. Attica Coast includes two major harbours, Piraeus and Lavrion and three Marinas: Zea, Alimos (the largest in the Balkans) and Olympic Marina. The most important ports of the Eastern Peloponnese Coast are Vathy, Methana, Ermioni, Porto Heli, Nafplion, Astros, Plaka, Kyparissi, Monemvasia - relaxing and quiet places.

If You are considering a yacht charter, Greece is definitely a destination you must not miss.


If you would like to get further information on the top destinations in Greece, visit our specialized pages Yacht Charter Lefkas and A Yacht Charter Athens where we have prepared all the details you need when planning a sailing vacation in those areas. Get informed to make the best decision for your yacht charter vacation and have the time of your life with A Yacht Charter Greece!