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736  Crewed Luxury Yachts for Charter in Greece

  • Greece Yacht Charter

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 $1,947,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Dream Yacht Charter in Greece

107m Olympic Yacht Services

107m   1997/2022

from $2,163,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Christina O Yacht Charter in Greece

Christina O 34

99m Canadian Vickers

99m   1943/2020

from $761,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Faith Yacht Charter in Greece

97m Feadship

97m   2017/2022

from $1,740,000 p/w eek ♦︎

O'Pari Yacht Charter in Greece

95m Golden Yachts

from $1,196,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Whisper Yacht Charter in Greece

95m Lurssen

from $1,298,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Dar Yacht Charter in Greece

90m Oceanco

90m   2018/2024

Lauren L Yacht Charter in Greece

Lauren L 36

90m Cassens-Werft

90m   2002/2008

from $752,000 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

Chakra Yacht Charter in Greece

86m Scheepswerf Gebr. van der Werf

86m   1998/2024

from $538,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Sunrays Yacht Charter in Greece

86m Oceanco

86m   2010/2018

from $1,251,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Bold Yacht Charter in Greece

85m SilverYachts

from $952,000 p/w eek ♦︎

O'Ptasia Yacht Charter in Greece

O'Ptasia 12

85m Golden Yachts

85m   2018/2022

from $979,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Solandge Yacht Charter in Greece

Solandge 12

85m Lurssen

85m   2013/2022

from $1,087,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Victorious Yacht Charter in Greece

Victorious 12

85m Ak Yachts

from $865,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Le Ponant Yacht Charter in Greece

Le Ponant 32

84m   1990/2022

from $495,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Emir Yacht Charter in Greece

83m Golden Yachts

83m   2004/2022

Elements Yacht Charter in Greece

Elements 12

80m Yachtley

from $870,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Tatiana Yacht Charter in Greece

80m Bilgin Yachts

from $838,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Malia Yacht Charter in Greece

78m Golden Yachts

78m   2023/2024

from $816,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Legend Yacht Charter in Greece

77m IHC Verschure

77m   1974/2019

from $644,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Wheels Yacht Charter in Greece

76m Oceanco

76m   2008/2019

from $854,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Kensho Yacht Charter in Greece

75m Admiral Yachts

from $973,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Lady Vera Yacht Charter in Greece

Lady Vera 12

74m Nobiskrug

74m   2011/2023

from $757,000 p/w eek ♦︎

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 $565,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Coral Ocean Yacht Charter in Greece

Coral Ocean 13

73m Lurssen

73m   1994/2022

from $707,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Elegant 007 Yacht Charter in Greece

Elegant 007 30

72m Lamda Nafs Shipyards

72m   2005/2017

from $571,000 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   1980/2020

from $533,000 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 $595,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Force Blue Yacht Charter in Greece

Force Blue 12

71m Royal Denship

71m   2002/2022

from $391,000 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 $589,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Nomad Yacht Charter in Greece

69m Oceanfast

69m   2003/2020

from $413,000 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 $353,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Alchemy Yacht Charter in Greece

66m Rossinavi

from $637,000 p/w eek *

Trident Yacht Charter in Greece

65m Feadship

from $544,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Elysium Yacht Charter in Greece

64m Astilleros de Mallorca

64m   1999/2021

from $177,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Running On Waves Yacht Charter in Greece

Running On Waves 42

64m Segel Masten Yachten

64m   2011/2021

from $114,000 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 $315,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Magna Grecia Yacht Charter in Greece

Magna Grecia 12

64m Elsflether Werft

64m   1986/2021

from $356,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Lioness V Yacht Charter in Greece

Lioness V 12

64m Benetti

64m   2006/2023

from $489,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Almax Yacht Charter in Greece

63m Sunrise Yachts

63m   2015/2023

from $500,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Artisan Yacht Charter in Greece

63m Benetti

63m   2019/2022

Soundwave Yacht Charter in Greece

Soundwave 12

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 $409,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Virginian Yacht Charter in Greece

Virginian 12

62m   1990/2024

from $266,000 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 $647,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Itoto Yacht Charter in Greece

61m Dauphin Yachts

61m   1987/2023

from $217,000 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   2010/2024

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 $348,000 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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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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RENAISSANCE

Rate from EUR 3,000,000 per week

  • Length: 112m (367.4ft)
  • Guests: 36 guests in 19 cabins
  • Built: 2023
  • Freire Shipyard

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  • Length: 96.6m (316.8ft)
  • 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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MALTESE FALCON

Rate from USD 490,000 per week

  • Length: 88m (288.6ft)
  • Built: 2006
  • Perini Navi

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Rate from USD 945,000† per week

  • Length: 85.6m (280.9ft)
  • Built: 2010
  • Derecktor Shipyard

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Rate from USD 1,000,000 per week

  • Length: 85m (278.8ft)
  • Guests: 12 guests in 9 cabins
  • Lurssen-Werft

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O'PTASIA

Rate from EUR 900,000 per week

  • Guests: 12 guests in 10 cabins
  • 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 (242.7ft)

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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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GREECE YACHT CHARTERS

4975 boats available for bareboat or crewed charter

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Ariadni -

Bavaria Cruiser 46 - 4 cab. sailboat charter (2015)

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Rent a boat Cyclades 50.5 (2007) in Greece

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Sailboat Bavaria C42 (2024) for rent in Greece

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Sun Odyssey 349 sailboat charter (2017)

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Rent a boat Sun Odyssey 519 - 5 cab. (2018) in Greece

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Sailboat Oceanis 41 (2013) for rent in Greece

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Bali 4.6 - 5 + 1 cab. catamaran charter (2024)

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Rent a boat Bavaria 39 Cruiser (2006) in Greece

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Sailboat Elan Impression 50 - 4 cab. (2015) for rent in Greece

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Bali 4.2 - 4 + 1 cab. catamaran charter (2023)

Top destinations in greece for boat rental.

Athens

1617 boats for charter

from €706 per week

Lefkada

986 boats for charter

from €618 per week

Corfu

554 boats for charter

from €628 per week

Lavrion

447 boats for charter

from €291 per week

Kos

354 boats for charter

from €829 per week

Skiathos

221 boats for charter

from €713 per week

  • Preveza 214 boats in Preveza 214
  • Rhodes 200 boats in Rhodes 200
  • Volos 199 boats in Volos 199
  • Paros 182 boats in Paros 182
  • Mykonos 139 boats in Mykonos 139
  • Elliniko 70 boats in Elliniko 70
  • Paleros 53 boats in Paleros 53
  • Santorini 42 boats in Santorini 42
  • Kavala 35 boats in Kavala 35
  • Nea Peramos 33 boats in Nea Peramos 33
  • Nikiti 31 boats in Nikiti 31
  • Salamina 28 boats in Salamina 28
  • Zakynthos 24 boats in Zakynthos 24
  • Porto Heli 23 boats in Porto Heli 23
  • Kefalonia 19 boats in Kefalonia 19
  • Anavyssos 11 boats in Anavyssos 11
  • Limenas Avdiron 10 boats in Limenas Avdiron 10
  • Loutraki 10 boats in Loutraki 10
  • Corinth 9 boats in Corinth 9
  • Poros 9 boats in Poros 9
  • Eleusis 8 boats in Eleusis 8
  • Kalamata 6 boats in Kalamata 6
  • Syros 6 boats in Syros 6
  • Nea Moudania 6 boats in Nea Moudania 6
  • Milos 4 boats in Milos 4
  • Crete 4 boats in Crete 4
  • Thassos 4 boats in Thassos 4
  • Pylos 4 boats in Pylos 4
  • Ladochori 4 boats in Ladochori 4
  • Pachi 3 boats in Pachi 3
  • Piraeus 3 boats in Piraeus 3
  • Aegina 3 boats in Aegina 3
  • Sifnos 3 boats in Sifnos 3
  • Kalymnos 2 boats in Kalymnos 2
  • Miraggio 2 boats in Miraggio 2
  • Perama 2 boats in Perama 2
  • Kiato 2 boats in Kiato 2
  • Achillio 2 boats in Achillio 2
  • Glyfada 2 boats in Glyfada 2
  • Halkidiki 2 boats in Halkidiki 2
  • Heraklion 2 boats in Heraklion 2
  • Ormos Panagias 2 boats in Ormos Panagias 2
  • Sivota 1 boats in Sivota 1
  • Porto Carras 1 boats in Porto Carras 1
  • Skopelos 1 boats in Skopelos 1
  • Kalyvia Thorikou 1 boats in Kalyvia Thorikou 1
  • Patmos 1 boats in Patmos 1
  • Patras 1 boats in Patras 1
  • Nafplion 1 boats in Nafplion 1
  • Vonitsa 1 boats in Vonitsa 1
  • Gialova 1 boats in Gialova 1
  • Kyllini 1 boats in Kyllini 1
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Types of boats available for rent in Greece

Sailboat charter

There are 3181 sailboats available for charter in Greece, prices start from €291 per week. Most budget friendly option for a vacation.

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Catamaran charter

1489 catamarans available for rent in Greece, form €1,066 for 1 week charter. Ideal option for group of friends or family vacation.

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Power boat charter

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

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Gulets charter

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

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Trimaran charter

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

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Houseboat charter

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Yacht charter types available in Greece

Bareboat charter, crewed yachts, by the cabin charter, skippered boats, 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 €291 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

Temperature by month

Average air High and Low temperature during the year

Rainy days by month

Average number of days with precipitation during the year.

Greece Yacht Charter Reviews with 12knots

Scott Moser

United States

“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!

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…

Alberto Goosen

Switzerland

“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…

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…

Ven Dobrinov

“Everything was perfect!”

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

“Our trip was fantastic!”

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

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.

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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.

Embracing the Call of the Aegean

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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.

Sailing Through History: A Tour of Greece's Unforgettable Maritime Destinations

🚢 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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Yacht rentals in Greece

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Rental Motor yacht Ferretti 591 Mykonos

Ferretti - 591 | 15 people  (2006)

From $2,403 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Leopard 43 PC Rhodes

Leopard - 43 PC | 1 person  (2017)

From $3,464 per day.

Rental Sailing yacht Bavaria Bavaria C50 Volos

Bavaria - Bavaria C50 | 12 people  (2023)

From $1,180 per day.

Rental Sailing yacht Latitude 36 sailing Blueline II Kalamata

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

From $335 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Gulf Craft Majesty 66 Corfu

Gulf Craft - Majesty 66 | 10 people  (2010)

From $2,570 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Ferretti 53 Mykonos

Ferretti - 53 | 12 people  (2004)

Rental Sailing yacht  Lagoon Sixty 5 Athens

- Lagoon Sixty 5 | 12 people  (2021)

From $6,258 per day.

Rental Motor yacht M/Y Benetti 120 Athens

M/Y Benetti - 120 | 12 people  (2006)

From $16,762 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Marex 310 Paros

Marex - 310 | 10 people  (2022)

From $2,011 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Cranchi Cranchi Atlantique 50 Paliouri

Cranchi - Cranchi Atlantique 50 | 10 people  (2010)

From $2,235 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Dufin 57 Chania

Dufin - 57 | 10 people  (1994)

From $1,732 per day.

Rental Motor yacht San Lorenzo Sl72 Rethymno

San Lorenzo - Sl72 | 1 person  (1991)

From $1,788 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Aicon Aicon 60 Athens

Aicon - Aicon 60 | 12 people  (2011)

From $2,905 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Cantieri Navali Italy Chania

Cantieri - Navali Italy | 22 people  (2000)

From $1,597 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Fairline 55 Squadron Poros

Fairline - 55 Squadron | 6 people  (2002)

From $1,196 per day.

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

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

From $2,727 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Princess 85 Flybridge Patras

Princess 85 - Flybridge | 8 people  (2009)

From $5,721 per day.

Rental Motor yacht Fairline Squadron 55 Athens

Fairline - Squadron 55 | 6 people  (2002)

From $1,756 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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Yacht Charters in Greece with Istion

Greece is quite simply the perfect sailing destination in Europe. Blessed with a mild southern Mediterranean climate with an extended summer giving a comfortable sailing season of close to eight months, our small country has over 13,000 kilometres of coastline to explore . That impressive number comes from the over 6000 islands and islets scattered like diamonds in the sea, each of them inviting you to swim for hours, socialise while tasting Greece’s well know cuisine and enjoy the beauty of a Greek summer spent next to the waves. Greece is truly a sailor’s paradise .

At Istion Yachting, we have been providing unforgettable sailing holidays in Greece for more than 30 years. From our humble beginnings on the island of Kos in 1992 we now offer charters throughout Greece from our 11 main charter bases. Our experienced skippers and crews, charter base staff, planning departments and every one of the wider Istion team is an expert in their field and is ready to assist you in planning the perfect sailing holiday in Greece . We look forwarded to welcoming you this summer!    

There are so many options, and only so much time. The diversity of the different sailing areas in Greece makes picking just one difficult, which is why so many of our guests come back to sail again and again . There is always another beautiful island to visit and another idyllic beach to swim on!

Peak sailing season is from late June through August with hot weather, warm seas and busy islands. Availability can become limited during this period so booking early is essential.

Late spring from May to June and late summer from September to early October are often considered the best time to sail for experienced sailors and repeat visitors to our country. The weather is great and the islands are more relaxed than the busy summer months.

For those who want to live the real Greek way of life, April and October can be rewarding, with less heat, fewer visitors and enticing low-season offers . A few of the restaurants and shops on some islands may not have opened or may have closed for the season, but in our opinion early and late season sailing in Greece is a magical and unique experience .

The Argo Saronic Gulf is actually two gulfs (the Saronic and Argolic ) that are often referred to together in sailing terms given their close distances to each other. The Saronic Gulf lies in between Athens and the coast of the Argolid Peninsula while the Argolic Gulf is one hop over in between the peninsula and the first large leg of the Eastern Peloponnese , which runs all the way south to Monemvasia.

We often recommend this area to first time sailors for a number of practical reasons. First and foremost, it is the easiest area to reach from Athens , which makes it an ideal spot for those arriving via the Athens International Airport. Within a few hours of touching down you can be swimming and relaxing on board having reached your first destination.

Another advantage is that the area is well protected from the annual Meltemi winds that can blow strongly in July and August and may create challenging conditions for less experienced sailors.

The Argo Saronic Gulf also has plenty of places to visit on either a one or two-week holiday. One-week holidays will usually take in the nearby islands of Aigina and Poros before looping down to the coastal town of Ermioni and the cosmopolitan islands of Spetses and Hydra further south. A visit to Epidavros for a quick trip to its famous ancient theatre is not to be missed for the history buffs.

Two week holidays allow you to explore further east, with the coastal towns of Nafpleio, Leonidio and Kyparissi offering relaxed mooring while cruising the coast of the Eastern Peloponnese.

We invite you to learn more about our Athens charter base , download our sample one-week Saronic Gulf sailing itinerary for inspiration and contact us with any questions, we are here to help you plan your perfect sailing holiday.

Ah, the Cyclades. A name steeped in history that brings the classic image of a Greek island to everyone’s mind. While Greece has many island chains and all of them are unique and magical, the Cyclades has become nearly synonymous with the county as a whole for many visitors.

Characterised by their white houses, rugged landscapes and world famous beaches , the Cyclades attract visitors from around the world and are a must see for everyone at some point in their life. For sailors the area offers a huge variety of routes and islands to visit, from the world famous islands Mykonos and Santorini to the popular Paros and Naxos and many, many more in between.

A note about the Meltemi winds that blow from the north in July and August. In the Cyclades these winds can make for challenging conditions and sailing the area during these times is best for experienced sailors. Don’t despair all you beginner sailors! If you want a helping hand our skippers are the best in Greece and will be happy to take care of the sailing and navigation so you can enjoy the islands worry free.

The Cyclades are reached from our main base in Alimos Marina on the western side of Attica giving quick access to the islands of Kea, Kithnos, Serifos, Sifnos and Milos among others.

Our base in Lavrion is perfect for getting a head start to the islands of Andros, Tinos, Mykonos, Paros and Naxos . The Lavrion base is further south and on the east side of Attica, saving a couple of hours of additional sailing time on your way out. As an added bonus, Lavrion is just half an hour from the Athens International Airport so you can be on your way towards your destination just an hour or two after landing.

Located on the western side of Greece the seven main islands of the Ionian Sea have their own unique charm and character . The Ionian Islands are much greener than most islands in Greece, their location and geography bringing more rainfall during the winter months and allowing trees and shrubs to grow and thrive. The combining of colours between the green of the hills , the white of the sands and the blue of the sea are a special treat for visitors to this area.

Istion maintains three bases in the Ionian, on Corfu in the north and in Lefkas (or Lefkada) and nearby Preveza further south.

Itineraries starting from Corfu may include multiple stops along the Corfu coast, visits to the islands of Paxos and Antipaxos and visits to mainland ports including Parga and Syvota .

Trips starting from Lefkas or Preveza may head either north towards Corfu or South towards the islands of Kalamos and Kastos and then on to the mythical island of Ithaca and nearby Kefalonia . Note that our base in Preveza is just 10 minutes from the Aktion Airport where all charter flights to Lefkas arrive. If your flight times are tight, Preveza is a great option .

We recommend downloading our sample sailing itineraries for trips leaving from Corfu and from Lefkas or Preveza . If you need more recommendations for a truly unique voyage through to the Ionian just contact us , we will be happy to help.

The Dodecanese islands in the southeast Aegean are close to our heart. The central island of Kos is where Istion Yachting first started operations in 1992 .

The Dodecanese are known for their wonderful beaches and rich history ranging from the ancient to the medieval to the modern in a delightful kaleidoscope of sights and sounds . The area has relatively mild wind conditions that are perfect for sailing throughout the year and has plenty of sun and warmth during the summer months.

Istion now has two bases in the Dodecanese, our home base on Kos and another on the historic island of Rhodes . From Kos you may head north towards the islands of Kalimos, Leros and Patmos and if time permits all the way to amazing Ithaki and Fourni .

Heading south from Kos will put you on course to visit the islands north of Rhodes including Nisiros, Tilos and Symi . Setting sail from Rhodes itself also reaches these islands or you can choose to head west, exploring the coast of Rhodes and visiting the quaint island of Chalki and the beautiful islands of Karpathos and Kasos .

Charter flights from most European countries fly direct to both Kos and Rhodes making them a great starting point for your next Aegean adventure !

The Sporades are the hidden gem on the Greek sailing map . Nestled off the eastern coast of central Greece the main islands of Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos and Skyros are a beautiful combination of green mountains, sandy and pebble beaches and deep blue seas. Nature plays a staring role here, with the National Marine Park at Alonissos being a significant refuge for the Monachus Monachus or Mediterranean seal .

Sailing conditions in the Sporades are relatively mild, although winds can shift between the day and night requiring some care when mooring. Distances between islands are short allowing a lot of fun to be packed into a week long charter .

We have two charter bases servicing the Sporades, a base on the island of Skiathos where most European charter flights arrive and another on the mainland city of Volos . Volos is a convenient starting spot for guests arriving by road with their own vehicle and allows exploring of the lovely coastline of the Pagasetic Gulf and Pelion on your way out to the islands – highly recommended !

Bareboat Charters

Tailored for the seasoned sailor, bareboat charters hand the helm over to you, allowing complete freedom to navigate the Greek seas at your own pace . Your sailing party must have at least one licensed skipper and one experienced crew member at a minimum to be able to rent our yachts as bareboats.

If you have some sailing experience but do not hold a valid license then a bareboat charter is not (yet) for you and your best option is a skippered charter where our friendly captains will give you a helping hand. If you are an experienced sailor and have no concerns about the challenges of wind conditions, navigation and docking then we invite you to read more about our bareboat charters here and contact us with any questions you may have.

Skippered Charters

Our skippered charters are the perfect blend of guidance and freedom, designed for those who have some sailing experience, are eager to learn or just want to relax and let a professional do the hard work . With an Istion skipper at your side, you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with their expert navigation and docking skills while still playing an active role in your sailing adventure.

It's an educational and exhilarating experience where you can hone your sailing skills, participate in manoeuvring the yacht, and even take the helm under the watchful eye of your skipper. It is an amazing experience for everyone and kids in particular have a great time learning about sailing and playing little captain for a week.

Our skippered charters always start off with a briefing between you and your skipper so you can learn about the area you are going to sail and the islands you may want to visit. Our skippers know the Greek seas inside out and based on your preferences they will suggest recommended itineraries to follow, which islands to visit and what hidden beaches to swim at.

If you are planning your first sailing holiday in Greece , you are in the very best hands with Istion's professional skippers by your side. Read more about our skippered charters here , or just get in touch to start planning your perfect sailing holiday in Greece.

Fully Crewed Charters

For those of you that want to indulge in the epitome of maritime luxury, our crewed charters promise a carefree and opulent experience in Greece. This option is perfect for those who wish to sit back, relax, and soak in the Mediterranean sun while every detail is taken care of by our professional crew. From expert navigation to gourmet meals, and from personalized itineraries to attentive service, every aspect of your voyage is meticulously curated to ensure unparalleled comfort and elegance .

Crewed charters are available on a range of our top end sailing yachts and catamarans , and for those that want the thrum of an engine beneath their feet and to make a grand entrance wherever they go our exclusive motor yachts are waiting for you to step aboard. A crewed charter with Istion isn't just a holiday; it's an all-inclusive experience where you are the honoured guest and the Greek Isles your exclusive playground . Discover more about our fully crewed dream vacations here .

Sailing Yachts

Sailing yachts are perfect for those who love the classic feeling of sailing. Designed to be easy to handle, they smoothly glide through the water and let you enjoy the natural beauty of the Greek seas. They're a bit slower than other boats, and they lean to one side when the wind blows, which is all part of the classic sailing adventure. Their charming appearance and comfortable ride make them ideal for those who want to experience traditional sailing in a relaxed and eco-friendly way.

Sailing yachts are also the most budget friendly option for a sailing holiday in Greece. Our smaller yachts with three cabins and space for up to six guests (or eight if two sleep in the main cabin) can be rented for as little as roughly 1200 Euros a week in the low season. Costs for larger yachts with up to 6 cabins and space for up to 12 guests rise to approximately 10.000 Euros a week in the high season.

At Istion, we proudly offer a wide selection of the latest models as well as impeccably maintained older sailing yachts from Jeanneau, Beneteau, Bavaria, Sun Odyssey, Hanse and other top shipyards. Whether you're planning a cozy trip for a small group or a grand sailing adventure for a larger party, we have the right yacht to suit your needs.

Catamarans are the choice for those who want lots of space and a stable, comfortable trip. With their two-hull design, they don't rock as much as sailing yachts, which is great if you're new to sailing or easily feel seasick. You can also get closer to the beach with a catamaran, as they don't sit very deep in the water. Catamarans offer a smooth and spacious experience, making for a relaxing and comfortable sailing holiday and are a very popular choice for first time sailors in Greece.

For families and larger groups, the bigger cabins and more room to move around on a catamaran make them a good fit for your holiday. The double hull layout means two families can easily sail together while each having their own 'private space' on either side of the main deck. Catamarans also tend to have one washroom per cabin, a feature all parents with teenage kids appreciate.

The comfort and space offered in a catamaran puts them in a higher budget bracket than our monohull sailing yachts. Our smallest catamarans with four cabins and room for up to 10 guests start at roughly 2100 Euros per week in low season. Our top of the line models can range up to 16.000 Euros plus in the middle of the high season.

We are proud to have one of the largest fleets of catamarans in Greece with brand new models from Lagoon, Bali and Fountaine Pajot among others. We invite you to browse all our catamarans and contact us for any guidance you need to help make your sailing adventure in Greece perfect in every way.

Motor Yachts

Motor yachts are all about luxury and speed. They have multiple levels with lots of space, including big bedrooms and expansive living areas. These boats move quickly, powered by strong engines, so they're great if you want to explore a lot of places fast and make an impressive entrance wherever you go.

Our motor yachts are all modern, with plush interiors and all the latest features for entertainment and entertaining. However, they do use more fuel and require a professional captain and crew, so there's a higher cost for this kind of luxury and speed. If you're looking for a high-end and fast-paced trip with all the modern comforts, motor yachts are the way to go .

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Greece Luxury Yacht Charter

Our yacht charter service in Greece offers one of the largest selections of luxury yachts, ranging from 50ft to 200ft . Find yachts suitable for any group size, with pricing ranging from $30k to $250k weekly . Discover luxury amenities like Jacuzzis , spas , jet skis , and onboard cinemas . – or let us fulfill other specific requests.

We go beyond the usual destinations of Mykonos and Santorini with captains’ top recommendations and insights gained at yearly yacht shows and captain seminars .

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Essential Info for Chartering in Greece

Most yachts are based in athens.

The majority of our crewed charters in Greece depart from Athens to the Cyclades and the Saronic Gulf . Despite the Cyclades being the location we see most clients inquire about (because of the attractive islands of Mykonos and Santorini ), Greece has many more amazing destinations on offer.

It is important to keep in mind that the most hyped islands are quite crowded in the peak months, and despite the limitations made on cruise ships entering islands like Santorini, visitor numbers haven’t significantly dropped.

If you are unsure where to go, find some inspiration in our Ultimate Greece Yacht Charter Itinerary Guide . Here, you will find information about all the best charter destinations in Greece, location videos , and a complete list of our most popular itineraries .

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The Distances Between the Islands are Quite Big

The distances between the Greek islands are quite big, especially in the Cyclades – It is, for example, a whole   150 miles from Athens to Santorini . 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 around 6 knots to at least 4-6 hours per day.

For this reason, we advise, especially first-time charterers, to   visit the Saronic Gulf   – Hydra , Spetses , and Poros instead, reducing time spent at sea and increasing time spent exploring the islands.

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.

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Our Huge selection of yachts spans a price range of  €20,000 to €350,000  per week. Knowing your budget is a good way to  narrow down your search for your yacht charter in Greece. Search by price in our extensive Greek Yacht catalog or chat with one of our charter brokers for advice on how to set your budget  and expectations.

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Weather Conditions Can Significantly Impact Itineraries in the Cyclades

The   strong Meltemi   winds make the journey from Athens to Santorini subject to the elements, and some flexibility is needed as weather can significantly delay the journey. To avoid this, inquire about starting in Mykonos or Santorini and skipping the long cruise from Athens.

Given that availability is contingent on the previous charter ending nearby or at your desired location, it is strongly recommended that you hold off on  buying airline tickets until a boat is secured.

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Athens to the Ionian through the Corinth Canal – One of the World’s Narrowest Canals

The third most popular crewed charter destination in Greece is the Ionian Sea . The Ionian Sea is only growing in popularity , and as more infrastructure is being built to accommodate more and larger yachts , the fleet is growing.

What makes the Ionian such a great cruising ground is its lesser wind , which makes sticking to an itinerary much easier, and its islands’ closer proximity, which allows for smaller jumps .

Although the fleet of permanent yachts, especially catamarans, is still limited, it is possible to charter a yacht from Athens, passing through the Corinth Canal, one of the world’s narrowest canals . It is a very unique and spectacular experience to path through here.

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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 becoming 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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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 unexpectedly, 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 for 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.

Donkeys are the way products have been shipped from the Old port via the Karavolades Stairs to the Town of Fira. Notice that most of them are mules - cross of a donkey and a horse

Recent events in the Greek yacht charter industry

A year-over-year decrease in demand.

  • 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 the future) – visit https://myturkishcharter.com 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.

Market Saturation and Construction Delays

  • Santorini Marina – still in construction, unknown delays
  • Corinth Canal – successfully reopened on 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.

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Positive Trends

  • 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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The Old Pirate Island – Milos

Did you know that during the Middle Ages and through the Ottoman era, piracy thrived in the Aegean Sea? And Milos was actually a central hub due to its strategic location on key maritime routes. Milos, often dubbed “ Pirate Island ,” was ideal for pirate activities thanks to its complex coastline filled with coves, caves, and tunnels that served as perfect hideouts. These natural harbors not only allowed pirates to evade naval authorities but also to ambush passing ships and swiftly conceal their plundered treasures.

Milos was one of the most talked about destinations by Captains and Crew both at the Seminar as well as during onboard inspections at the show. They especially highlighted places like Sarakiniko Beach , known for its otherworldly, moon-like landscape and secluded bays.

Onboard Catamaran Explorion , Captain Konstantinos Perdikaris tells us: “I especially like the south of Milos, where you will find the best water and connected caves. It is just amazing. And you can only go there by boat; you cannot access it by land, and there are not even any ferries going there. It is very special and secluded.”  Captain Konstantinos also points out that the port of Milos is one of the best-protected ports in the Cyclades, making this the perfect hideout even in strong weather.

The Breadbasket of Greece –  Naxos

If you want a taste of real Greece, this is your island. Often referred to as the ‘Breadbasket’ of Greece , Naxos is one of the region’s most fertile islands and an agricultural gem. Olives, grapes, figs, and citrus fruit are just some of the produce growing on this island.

As the largest island in the Cyclades, Naxos is home to Mount Zeus , the tallest peak in the archipelago and the legendary birthplace of Zeus , king of the Greek gods.

The Iconic Portara 

Another major attraction of Naxos is the Portara or the Great Door . This massive marble gateway is the remains of an unfinished temple dedicated to Apollo, which dates back to the 6th century BC . It stands on the islet of Palatia, which is connected to Naxos Town by a causeway.

The Portara has become an iconic symbol of Naxos and is especially famous for its stunning views during sunset . The structure frames the setting sun perfectly during certain times of the year, making it a popular spot for both photographers and visitors looking to capture a quintessential Greek sunset.

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One of Greece’s most Protected Nature Reserve – Polyaigos

Part of Natura 2000 as a nature reserve unbothered by humans.

Polyaigos was by far the most mentioned favorite destination by Captains and Crew and was many times highlighted as one of the most amazing places to arrive on a yacht .

Polyaigos, literally meaning ‘many goats,’ is the biggest uninhabited island in the Aegean Sea. The reason for its name, is the huge wild goat population which live on the island.

But goats aside, Polyaigos is a deeply fascinating destination, primarily known for its dramatic natural landscape and rich biodiversity. It is part of the Natura 2000 network , which is a network of nature protection areas within the European Union. It is included notably because it supports a significant population of Mediterranean monk seals, which are among the most endangered marine mammals in the world .

The Best Place to Dine by the Water – Paros

Paros , located right next to Naxos, is another destination that constantly came up when talking best destinations in the Cyclades with both Captains and Crew. It seems that the reason why Paros is so popular is because it is an island with everything .

It has numerous stunning beaches like Kolymbithres and Golden Beach , to name a few, and charming Santorini-like villages like Naoussa and Parikia, which offer vibrant nightlife and historical sites. The island is a haven for watersports enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers alike, with opportunities for windsurfing, hiking, and exploring ancient marble quarries.

Captain’s Comment

Australian Captain Kristy Steindl named Paros her favorite island in the Cyclades, with Naoussa , the small fishing village on the northern coast, being the number one place to dine by the water . Naoussa offers a plethora of seafood restaurants right on the water’s edge, providing a matchless real Greek culinary experience against the backdrop of the serene waters. The bay offers excellent protection for anchoring , ensuring a peaceful stay.

Captain Kristy insists that Paros surpasses Santorini in terms of diversity and beauty with its abundance of stunning beaches. In Santorini, you look out over the water from the top of a hill, literally hundreds of stairs from the water. In Paros, you look out from the white streets, and the water is so close you can smell it and dip your feet in. It’s a stunning island!”

A panoramic view of Folegandros, Greece during sunset. The image captures the rugged, mountainous landscape bathed in golden light, highlighting the traditional white buildings scattered along the sloping terrain. The calm sea extends into the horizon under a clear sky, and a distinct church with a prominent white dome sits atop the hill, overseeing the scenic village below.

A Paradise Away from the Crowds – Folegandros

When onboard Jewel , a 51-foot Catamaran, we asked Captain George Iliopoulos about his favorite destinations in the Cyclades. He did not hesitate a moment before he said Folegandros . His description of the island showed true enthusiasm for this place, which he has returned to so many times, both with charters and privately.

Unlike some of its more popular neighbors, it’s peaceful and untouched by mass tourism . Chora, the main town, sits up h igh on a cliff, giving you some of the best views of the Aegean Sea you’ll ever see . It’s got this old-world charm with its narrow streets and classic Greek architecture that’ll make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time.

Captain George also highlighted the island’s fantastic beaches , specifically mentioning Agali and Ambeli as favorites. One of their favorite charter activities for guests is a traditional Greek fish barbecue on the beach , enjoyed as the sun sets. Hostess and Chef Melina Chroni added that after a delicious meal of fresh seafood, cocktails around the fire always make for a memorable evening.

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Not Sure Where to Begin?

Make sure to check out our ULTIMATE ITINERARY GUIDE . Greece is a treasure trove of experiences, and truly, you could spend a lifetime exploring all it has to offer. Each region is unique, not only in its attractions but also in its weather conditions, which can affect which yacht is suitable for your journey. If you’re wondering where to begin or which yacht fits your specific needs, our expert brokers are ready to assist.

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Book well in advance.

With 3 months to charter, your best options are long gone. Ideally, we advise you to book 9-12 months before your intended charter .

It is also important to consider to keep some level of flexibility . Coming into high season and wanting to charter in the most popular areas, charters can easily be booked back-to-back.

One day back or forth can completely change the offer of available yachts, as you might find that your preferred yacht is already booked one day before your selected return date. It is, therefore, also a good idea to have your Greece yacht charter booked before you purchase your flight ticket .

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Jan 05, 2024

Daniel and Martina were outstanding and helped us execute the trip of a lifetime ! Very responsive and available to assist with anything and everything. They made sure that every detail was addressed and that our family was treated well. We have worked with other Charter Brokers in the past and DMA Yachting service and knowledge was far superior. Highly recommend.

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Jan 08, 2024

Chris was incredibly helpful in our first charter experience every step of the way. He helped us select the right boat, walked us through all the options available to us and helped ensure that we had an incredibly memorable experience. Thank you to the entire team for making our New Years celebration once in a lifetime! We are already looking forward to planning our next charter through DMA.

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Hidden Spots

Top Yacht Charter Destinations in Greece

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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Ormos Pigadhi

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Ormos Apokriosis

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Apollonia

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Ormos Khalidhoniki (Spathi)

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Yacht Charter in Greece INDULGE YOURSELF WITH THE VALEF EXPERIENCE

A 'Greece luxury yacht charter' vacation offers dazzling natural beauty, breathtaking views and exceptional beaches to make it one of the top superyacht chartering destinations in the world. Get ready to discover the yachting world of Greece and beyond! With over thousands of idyllic islands and beaches in the Aegean or Ionian Islands our guests can rent one of our private boats and embark on thrilling excursions to hidden coves and secluded beaches reachable only by boat. Unpack your bags only once, enjoy ever-changing scenery of unique destinations in Greece and be pampered by your own stewardess, captain and chef. Beyond the yacht charter are details that can also be facilitated by Valef Yachts, from hotel & villa, car, private air, guide, and restaurant bookings to special event coordination. Personalized full-spectrum concierge makes accessibility and insiders' knowledge a seamless part of every custom yacht charter. A Valef representative will guide you throughout the booking process and be on call 24/7 for any concerns, queries, or guidance throughout the charter. What better way to explore this paradise than onboard a luxury crewed yacht? Indulge in the Valef experience!

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Valef Yachts is the pioneer yacht charter firm in Greece, established in 1969 by Vassilis Lefakinis (‘Va. Lef.’). Catering to a worldwide discerning clientele has been the passionate undertaking of this family-run business for half a century, spanning two generations and two continents. Yacht chartering, yacht sales, yacht management and technical management along with concierge service comprise the services Valef offers in the Mediterranean and abroad.

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32.92M / 108F 12 Guests 5 Cabins from €58,000/day

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OURANOS (ADMIRAL CF50)

49.99M / 164F 12 Guests 6 Cabins from €225,000/day

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99.06M / 325F 34 Guests 17 Cabins from €700,000/day

Our Customers Say it best.

Creating extraordinary personalized experiences for our customers is our life’s passion, but the joy we bring to the lives of others is truly the most fulfilling reward.

I am a meeting planner by trade and know the effort that is made to make a trip come off like it is a seamless event. You all did it. ~ Happy Valef Client

In English the word is “pampered”. We loved it. Again, this is the reason we give you our highest recommendation. ~ Flaschen family

My companions and I achieved this glorious state of free-floating delight last May by setting out from Athens’ harbor at Piraeus in a seventy-seven foot motor sailer, rented though Valef Yachts…. ~ Vogue magazine

I’m speechless at the extent that you have gone for this charter and your service/hospitality is unsurpassed! ~ Wei Q.

Thank you all for the wonderful hospitality! Truly a magical adventure and delightful crew. Memories to last. ~ Kardashian & Jenner family

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CHARTER A YACHT IN GREECE

BOUTIQUE FLEET OPERATOR & YACHT CHARTER AGENCY 

DISCOVER OUR YACHTS

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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OZELO  

Lagoon 51 | 2021 | Ionian

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PRINC ESS MELODY

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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IZABELLA  

FP Saba 50 | 2014/23 | Ionian 

8 Guests | 1 Crew | 4+1 Cabins

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LINO  

Lagoon 46 | 2023 | Ionian

6  Guests | 1 Crew | 3+1  Cabins

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KONTIKI  

Jeanneau SO 519 | 2016 /2023 | Ionian

10 Guests | Bareboat | 5+1  Cabins

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EQU INOX  

Fountaine Pajot Tanna 47 | 2023 | Ionian 

10 Guests | 1 Crew | 5+1 Cabins

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MAESTRO  

Lagoon 46 | 2024 | Ionian

8 Guests | 1 Crew | 4+1  Cabins

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INCA  

Lagoon 42 | 2024 | Ionian

8 Guests | Bareboat | 4+1  Cabins

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Bavaria C45 | 2021 | Ionian

10 Guests | Bareboat | 5  Cabins

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Lagoon 42 | 2018 / 2022 | Ionian

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Dufour GL 412 | 2016/2023 | Ionian

6 Guests | Bareboat | 3  Cabins

250+ CAREFULLY SELECTED YACHTS TO CHARTER

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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MONOHULL SAILING YACHT CHARTERS  

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CATAMARAN CHARTERS  

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LUXURY MOTORYACHT CHARTERS  

120+ MONOHULL SAILING YACHTS

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

100+ CATAMARANS

Lagoon, Dufour,  Fountaine Pajot, Bali and Nautitech

30+ LUXURY MOTOR YACHTS

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

3 WAYS TO CHARTER A YACHT

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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BAREBOAT CHARTERS

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SKIPPERED CHARTERS

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CREWED CHARTERS 

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16 MARINAS ACROSS GREECE TO START YOUR TRIP

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ATHENS & ATTICA

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

CYCLADES ISLANDS

Marina Paros, Marina Mykonos and Marina Naxos

IONIAN ISLANDS

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

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Marina Skiathos and Marina Volos

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Marina Kos and Marina Rhodes

5 SAILING AREAS TO EXPLORE IN GREECE

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 GULF

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

ARGO-SARONIC GULF 

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SPORADES ISLANDS

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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DODECANESE ISLANDS

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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April - October

High Season

July - August

Cruising Area

East Mediterranean

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A yacht charter in Greece offers the ultimate superyacht experience for those seeking sun-drenched days, a rich and vibrant culture , coupled with a generous portion of exclusivity and luxury. Explore ancient ruins and UNESCO World Heritage sites, indulge in award-winning cuisine , relax at exclusive beach clubs, drop anchor at uninhabited islands , or dance the night away at some of the Mediterranean’s hippest night spots. Cruise the crystal-clear waters of the Aegean Sea and take your pick of more than 6,000 islands and islets . Our charter brokers go to great lengths to ensure every detail of your charter getaway is flawless, including crafting bespoke itineraries and experiences. Contact Moran today.

Why charter a yacht in Greece?

Here are just some of the many reasons you should choose Greece as your next superyacht charter destination:

  • Incredible cuisine and fresh seafood at local tavernas
  • More than 6,000 islands, many of which are uninhabited
  • The birthplace of democracy, stunning UNESCO World Heritage sites, and ancient ruins
  • Crystal-clear waters, ideal for making the most of your yacht’s water toys
  • Glamorous nightlife and exclusive beach clubs
  • Amazing wildlife both above and under the waves
  • Adventures and experiences to suit everyone
  • Easy access with multiple international airports accommodating commercial airlines and private jets

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What are the best Greek Islands to explore?

With more than 6,000 islands to explore, spanning major island chains such as the Cyclades Islands, the Aegean Islands, the Sporades Islands, the Ionian Islands, the Dodecanese Islands, and the Saronic Islands, there’s a Greek locale to match every desired experience. Whether you want an off-the-beaten-track feel or want to be in the heart of all the action, Greece offers the ideal spot. Some of the most popular with yachting enthusiasts include:

Considered one of the most dazzling and exclusive of all the Greek islands, Santorini offers charm in abundance. Explore cobbled streets drenched in bougainvillea, party at decadent beach clubs, or enjoy dining at some of Greece’s most spectacular restaurants.

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Sandy beaches lapped by turquoise waters, striking interiors, and pretty whitewashed buildings are the hallmarks of Mykonos. This Greek Island is known for its ultra-hip nightspots that attract internationally acclaimed DJs, refined beach restaurants, and label-laden boutiques.

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Pretty Crete is one of the largest and most populous islands in Greece, known for its rich culture, superb cuisine, and spectacular National Park. Explore cities steeped in history and fascinating ancient ruins such as Knossos, first occupied during the Neolithic era, 7,000 B.C.

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Considered one of Greece’s most romantic destinations, pretty Hydra will seduce you with its quaint towns and relaxed atmosphere. Hydra is a car-free island, giving it the feel of a bygone area that over the years has attracted renowned artists and jet setters in equal measure.

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There’s lots going on in Rhodes, with plenty to see and do, making it a popular yachting destination. Rhode’s Medieval Old Town is a must-visit and is regarded as one of the best-fortified cities in Europe. On Rhodes, you’ll also find the ancient Lindos Acropolis.

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While not technically a Greek island, mainland Greece should not be ignored. Athens is brimming with Greek culture and mythology, exclusive restaurants, designer boutiques, and world-class offerings. A must-visit is the Acropolis of Athens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and considered the most complete ancient Greek monumental complex.

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How can Moran Yacht & Ship help me charter a yacht in Greece?

No matter which island you fancy exploring during a private yacht charter in Greece, Moran Yacht & Ship’s charter specialists will listen to your needs and then craft a bespoke charter itinerary. Thanks to our superb contacts, we can also secure your reservations at the most exclusive restaurants and beach clubs, as well as arrange for private guided tours. With access to the best yachts in Greece, our expertise and knowledge is second to none. Contact our charter team today and start your Greece yacht charter vacation.

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When is the best time to explore Greece on a luxury yacht?

The summer months are high-season in Greece for superyacht charters, when you can expect the best weather. Additionally, the shoulder season – late spring and early fall – are also popular, especially for those seeking a less crowded time to explore the region or perhaps wanting slightly cooler temperatures for inland exploration.

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Learn more about chartering a luxury yacht in Greece today. Our team of experienced brokers can help you plan the vacation of your dreams!

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What are some highlights on a greece luxury yacht charter.

Some highlights of a luxury yacht charter in Greece include:

  • Explore Greece’s ancient wonders. The most famous, such as the Acropolis, can be found in Athens, however, many of the Greek islands boast historically significant heritage sites.
  • Soak up the sun on uninhabited Greek islands; with more than 6,000 islands and islets to explore, you will be spoilt for choice
  • Explore local vineyards and olive groves
  • Feast on delicious Greek cuisine at local tavernas
  • Hike stunning national parks and discover Greece’s varied landscape
  • Sink beneath the waves and discover vibrant marine life and fascinating shipwrecks.

What are the air temperatures on a Greece luxury yacht charter?

Spring (April to June): Spring is a pleasant time to visit Greece, with mild temperatures ranging from around 59°F (15°C) to 77°F (25°C).

Summer (July to August) : Summer is the peak yacht charter season in Greece, with hot and dry weather. Average temperatures range from 77°F (25°C) to 95°F (35°C) or even higher.

Fall (September to November) : Fall is another favorable time to visit on a luxury yacht charter, as crowds thin out and temperatures become more comfortable. Expect average temperatures from around 68°F (20°C) to 77°F (25°C).

Winter (December to February) : Winter is the off-peak season in Greece, with cooler temperatures and some rainfall. Average temperatures range from approximately 50°F (10°C) to 59°F (15°C).

What's the water temperature like on a Greece yacht charter?

The water temperature in Greece varies throughout the year, with warmer temperatures during the summer months and cooler temperatures in the winter. Greece has a Mediterranean climate, and its coastal waters are influenced by this climate pattern. Almost all yacht charters in Greece are during the late spring, summer, and early fall, when the water temperatures are welcoming and the weather is at its best.

  • Water temperatures can range from around 57°F (14°C) to 64°F (18°C).
  • Water temperatures in Greece during the spring months can range from approximately 59°F (15°C) to 68°F (20°C).
  • Water temperatures during the summer months typically range from about 70°F (21°C) to 82°F (28°C).
  • Water temperatures during the fall months can range from around 68°F (20°C) to 75°F (24°C).

Where can I embark on a Greek Islands yacht charter?

The embarkation destination will depend on your cruising itinerary. Many of the larger Greek Islands boast international airports that accommodate commercial airlines and private jets, ensuring easy access to your yacht charter. The most popular destinations to embark on a Greece superyacht charter include:

  • Thessaloniki

How much does a yacht charter in Greece cost?

The cost of a luxury yacht charter in Greece will depend on several factors, primarily the size of the boat, its onboard amenities, your cruising itinerary, and the length of the charter. Every yacht charter is unique, from the yacht’s onboard amenities to the cruising itinerary and choice of experiences. Moran Yacht & Ship are specialists in Greece yacht charters and have access to the world’s finest superyachts and mega yachts for charter in Greece. Whether you fancy an island-hopping adventure that takes you from one paradisiacal beach to the next, or exploring Greece’s ancient wonders, Moran’s team of veteran charter agents can help. We will listen to your needs and connect you with your ideal vessel, ensuring you enjoy the ultimate charter experience. Contact our team today.

How can Moran help me charter a yacht in Greece?

If you want to discover the land of ancient gods on a Greece yacht charter, the Moran Yacht & Ship charter brokers can help. We are a leading yacht brokerage with exclusive access to the world’s finest motor yachts and superyachts for charter. We specialise in curating extraordinary yachting experiences that exceed expectations. Contact our team today.

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Experiencing the beauty of the Mediterranean through  Greece yacht charters  is an unparalleled luxury adventure.

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Exploring the Mediterranean beauty of Greece on a luxury yacht charter is an experience like no other—a journey through the enchanting Greek Islands with our exclusive Greece Yacht charter . Greece is among the most captivating destinations for luxury yacht charters .

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We invite you to explore the rich history and cultural tapestry that make Greece a timeless and welcoming destination.

Whatever your interests, Yacht Charter Greece offers a diverse and memorable vacation. Guests can expect the best services, cuisine, and freedom a yacht vacation offers.

The Greek yacht charter industry is one of the world’s most vibrant, thanks to its 17,000-mile coastline. Today, over 2,000 ports in Greece and many marinas offer everything from dining facilities to tennis courts. Yacht Chartering in Greece is a popular way to see the beautiful coastline and experience some cultures firsthand.

If you’re dreaming of island hopping in the Mediterranean, renting a yacht in Greece could be the perfect solution. With yacht rentals becoming increasingly popular, you can now rent a yacht in Greece with ease and explore the beautiful Greek islands at your own pace. Whether you’re looking for a perfect yacht for a luxury vacation or a simple boat rental for a fishing trip, Greece yacht charters have got you covered.

From yacht charter Greece services that allow you to captain your own vessel, to full-service yacht rental Greece options that come with a skilled crew, there’s something for everyone. So why wait? Rent a yacht Greece-style and embark on an unforgettable journey today. Remember, whether you’re renting yachts in Greece or opting for a single yacht rental Greece has to offer, the experience will be nothing short of extraordinary.

Yacht charters in Greece offer a variety of boats for different adventures, including sailing yachts, catamarans , and motor yachts. These include moderately priced boats and high-end superyachts.

Explore our yachts below, see our Greece Summer yacht charters or specials, and plan your escape.

  • Motor Yacht Charters in Greece – Ranging 65ft to 300ft +, sleeping from two guests to as many as 12 guests plus staff.
  • Monohull Sailboat Charters in Greece – Crewed sailboats range from 60ft, sleeping two to eight guests, to 150ft + sleeping up to 10 guests.
  • Motor-Sailor Charters in Greece – generally sleeping six to 12 or more guests in three to six guest cabins. In Turkey, you can charter motor sailors sleeping with more than 12 guests visiting the Dodecanese Greek islands.
  • Sailing Catamaran Charters in Greece – sizes range from 45 to 80 ft, sleeping eight to 10 guests plus crew.
  • Power Catamaran Charters are becoming popular. They use less fuel than regular motor yachts. Most power catamarans can accommodate up to eight guests in four cabins.

Contact CKIM Group Yacht Experts to discuss yacht types if you’re uncertain about the best choice for your charter plans. We’re eager to assist you in finding the perfect fit for your vacation.

History enthusiasts will enjoy visiting Greece, the birthplace of democracy, and renowned philosophers such as Socrates and Plato. Greece also holds the origins of ancient Greek gods and their captivating mythology.

In 1866, the Dutch coined the word yacht. It combines the Swedish word Jagt (meaning hunt) with the German word Boot (meaning boat).

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Aegean Beauty | Cyclades Islands Yacht Charters

Aegean Beauty | Cyclades Islands Yacht Charters

Discover Sporades Islands Yacht Charters | Mama Mia

Discover Sporades Islands Yacht Charters | Mama Mia

Dodecanese Islands Yacht Charters | Aegean Elegance

Dodecanese Islands Yacht Charters | Aegean Elegance

Greece Power Catamaran Charters For Family Fun

Greece Power Catamaran Charters For Family Fun

Ionian Islands Yacht Charters | Adventure Awaits

Ionian Islands Yacht Charters | Adventure Awaits

Kalamata | Famous Olive-Growing Island

Kalamata | Famous Olive-Growing Island

Saronic Islands | Serene and Beautiful

Saronic Islands | Serene and Beautiful

Your experience in Greece will undoubtedly provide you with many years of future storytelling. Relax on quiet, golden beaches and swim in endless crystal blue waters. Stroll along ancient paths and see traditional whitewashed houses with iconic blue roofs. Meet friendly locals and learn about their culture.

The photographic possibilities in Greece and its surroundings are boundless, so be sure to bring your camera! We can also arrange videography and photography of your trip.

Navigating the vast waters of Greece on a yacht charter unveils many regions to explore. Some islands to visit are Mykonos , Santorini , Kythnos , Milos , Hydra , Spetses , and Meganisi .

The most popular destinations are the Cyclades, Sporades, and Dodecanese Islands. In the west are the Ionian Islands and Peloponissos. Visit these fascinating islands on a Greek yacht charter arranged through CKIM Group .

Cyclades Islands Yacht Charters

Whether you're looking for nightlife, beaches, ancient ruins, natural beauty, or quiet villages, a Greek island is perfect. For those who prefer their boats with History attached, a visit to the Cyclades Islands will indeed please. These twelve islands in the Aegean Sea were once part of a powerful maritime empire ruled by Athens.

Mykonos , Santorini , and Paros are these islands' most renowned and stylish destinations. Anti-Paros, the Little Cyclades, Milos, and Sifnos are ideal islands for off-the-beaten-path adventures.

Today, the Cyclades offer spectacular views and fascinating remnants of past civilizations like Mykonos Town and Delos Island. You can also visit Rhodes in the Dodecanese Islands close to Turkey . Rhodes is one of the most populated islands in Greece. It is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: The Colossus of Rhodes.

Furthermore, the Ionian Islands boast Shipwreck Beach, the most photographed beach in Greece. With abundant sights and activities, you may need to charter multiple times to explore Greece from the water.

The Ionian Islands

The Ionian Sea offers some of Greece's most beautiful white sand beaches. The main islands of Zakynthos , Corfu , Lefkas, and Kefalonia in addition to smaller islands.

The west coast of Greece is a popular destination , especially during the summer months. This area offers calmer seas, smaller towns, and a green landscape. Wineries are found on many islands.

Aegean Islands : Each of these areas offers a distinct and captivating experience. The Ionian Seas, with clear waters and scenic beauty, provide a peaceful retreat. These islands are popular Greek yacht charter sailing areas.

The Saronic Gulf

The Saronic Islands are some of Greece's top cruising grounds. The islands are close to Athens and offer protected sailing during the peak Meltemi wind season of July and August. You can visit Spetses, Hydra, without cars, Aegina, the pistachio capital, and Poros with its charming bay.

During a Saronic Gulf itinerary, you may visit Greece's first capital city, Nafplion. Climb the stairs from the center of town to the Palamidi Fortress, which overlooks the town and port. The view is fantastic during the day and at night.

Your yacht in Greece meets the highest standards in the yachting industry. Greek crew is also some of the most experienced and hospitable people you will encounter. Moreover, many Greek yacht crews have worked together for years. They have a great rapport, making charter experiences even more enjoyable.

Private Chef

From the Captain to the chef, you will love the service and warmth your Greece yacht charter crew provides. Many of the chefs have worked at prestigious restaurants and have even won numerous culinary competitions. Your private chef will surprise and delight you daily with fresh ingredients at your fingertips and your specific preferences.

Your yacht chef can make various meals to suit different dietary needs, such as vegetarian, vegan, plant-based, and gluten-free.

Before your charter, you and your guests will complete a preference form detailing your food and drink preferences. In addition to signature cocktails, enjoy fantastic local wines, spirits, and other drinks to complement your meals.

Greece yacht charter guests should plan to spend additional days on land in Athens to experience more historical sites. Since there is so much to see and do, you may want to rent a villa or stay in a resort before or after your charter.

There are many options within Athens and other nearby locations. We can arrange city and countryside excursions before or after your charter. For more information on our luxury travel and transportation services, please see ILX Travel .

Explore Athens, Crete, Mykonos, and Santorini while enjoying your stay in top-tier hotels. We have years of experience helping to create customized Greece experiences for our clients. Above all else, we work with you to create memories that best incorporate your interests and desires.

Please inquire about multi-week trips, combining your Greece yacht charters with stops in Turkey, or whatever else may interest you and your group. Let us help plan your charter itinerary.

We can also arrange tandem charters if you are traveling with a large group or another family. The earlier you get in touch, the more flexibility you will have. Contact us to learn more about your next Greece yacht charter.

If you're looking for a leisurely sail with light winds, late spring and early summer are ideal. The winds are mild, and the sea is calm. It is the perfect time to relax in the sunshine or dive into the refreshing waters. In June, temperatures usually range from 75-85 degrees, making exploring the coast pleasant.

On the other hand, if you're seeking some adrenaline-fueled sailing experiences, book your Greece yacht charters during July and August. During these months, the infamous Meltemi wind dominates the Aegean Sea, providing some of the most exhilarating sailing experiences.

The strongest winds provide challenging yet rewarding conditions for your sailing vacation. Exploring the Cyclades islands, with an average temperature of 85 degrees, is popular.

However, if you prefer a calmer and more relaxed holiday, avoid Greece Yacht Charters during September and October. The Meltemi winds calm down during these months. If you're uncomfortable navigating a yacht with no wind, opting for an earlier or later season is best.

Review our Greece General Information page for the best things to do in Greece. Also, see our Greece Charter Specials page for the latest specials for this incredible destination.

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How do i get started.

There are a few necessary parameters to consider. For example, what type of boat, your destination, the time of year, and who will accompany you. The questions below can help guide your thought process, and your CKIM yacht charter broker will assist in asking the right questions and providing the expertise to design the perfect experience for you.

What types of yachts are available for charter in Greece?

Various types of yachts are available for charter in Greece, including motor yachts, sailboats, motor sailors, sailing catamarans, and power catamarans, each offering different experiences and accommodating any number of guests.

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

The best time to charter a yacht in Greece is during the summer months, from late April to October when the weather is warm and the sailing conditions are ideal.

Are there any specific sailing licenses required for chartering in Greece?

Yes, if you’re opting for a bareboat charter, you will need to have a recognized sailing license or certificate. For crewed charters, the crew will have the required qualifications.

What should I pack for my sailing trip in Greece?

It’s recommended to pack light and include swimwear, sun protection, comfortable clothing, and a jacket for cooler evenings. Don’t forget your camera for the beautiful scenery.

Is it possible to sail with children on a Greek yacht charter?

Sailing with children is possible, and many yachts are equipped with safety features to accommodate younger guests.

What destinations can I explore on a Greek yacht charter?

You can explore numerous destinations including the Cyclades, Ionian, Sporades, and Dodecanese Islands, each offering unique experiences and attractions.

How does the booking process for a yacht charter in Greece work?

The booking process typically involves selecting your preferred yacht, agreeing on the charter dates, and making a deposit. Closer to the charter date, you’ll finalize the itinerary, menu preferences, and other details.

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Contact us to start a conversation about your dream vacation, and let us show you how we can help bring your vision to life through our exceptional yacht charter services.

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A pristine beach reached aboard a bareboat charter in Greece.

We can offer you a yacht charter from Athens to sail to the nearby islands of Saronic and Cyclades or a yacht charter from the Aegean bases for Cyclades and Dodecanese, or a yacht charter from the Ionian bases.

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Carefree sailing with a bareboat yacht charter in Greece - Sailing Heaven

All the seaside places in Greece are so captivating that it is the ideal place to start planning your sailing holidays. You’ll find stunning turquoise waters, magnificent natural formations, quaint fishing villages, renowned tourist destinations… but if quiet is more your thing there are endless secluded coves to explore.

Ready to set sail? Get your personalized bareboat charter quote today

Skippered yacht charter greece.

Sailing holidays on a yacht rental is not just for sailors. It is for everyone seeking something more than the sea, the sun, and a sunbed. We provide professionally trained skippers for those who wish to rent a yacht and enjoy relaxing sailing holidays in Greece or those who wish to get involved and learn the ropes and the sails during a skippered yacht charter in Greece. After all, learning how to sail is easy. Depending on crew eagerness, our skipper will not only show how to navigate but will also provide firsthand knowledge of the Greek island destinations.

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  • need more experience and more confidence to take a yacht rental on their own
  • want to get familiar with the Greek waters (first time to Greece)
  • need a hand because no other in their crew may provide sufficient help
  • need a guide to be with them and show the best coves and secluded bays for moorage and/or swimming, as well as the best places in seaside villages to eat and drink
  • want to relax and enjoy leaving the helm and sails in the hands of someone who can be trusted

Our skippers are hospitable, friendly, discrete and knowledgeable about every destination and you will discuss together your preferences and plan your route. Choosing a skippered yacht charter, you also hire the skipper who will take care of the yacht for you and will ensure that you get the most out of your sailing holidays in Greece. When you select from our yachts for rent, keep in mind that you have to provide a cabin or berth in cabin for your skipper as he is obliged to sleep on board. Apart from the skipper’s fee, you have to also provide his meals either from the meals you prepare on board or at an eating place ashore. The skipper’s fee, regardless of the season and the people on board, is €140 to €190 depending on the yacht rental. You may wish to hire also a cook/hostess. The fee per day is generally 10 euro less than the skipper’s and you need to provide berth and meals as for the skipper. The running expenses for a skippered yacht charter are just like those of a bareboat charter (fuel, gas, water, meals, port/marina fees, etc.), plus the costs for the hired crew as above. Although some of our yacht rentals are offered only skippered (yacht charter prices include skipper’s fee), you may choose any of our bareboat charter yachts fitting your needs and let us know if you wish to have a skipper (select the check-box on the form of the yacht rental booking request).

The Greek unspoiled coastline and offshore islands have so many spectacular spots to visit that it is a natural start to any itinerary. Skippered yacht charter in Greece is all about your own private cruise where you can plan your own itinerary and visit exactly the places and attractions you want, from some of the world’s few truly iconic destinations to serene coves that are not accessible by land.

Want to experience a sizzling skippered sailing holiday in Greece?

With so many islands dotting the Greek archipelagos, the route options seem limitless. When you rent a boat with us you are free to compose your own itinerary.

Get custom advice on your destinations and itinerary to your liking

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At Sail Greece we are interested in making friends that enjoy sailing and will come back to Greece many times over to enjoy the great sailing, fantastic weather and beautiful islands on offer! We are happy to assist in suggesting a suitable boat for your party and to advise on the best routes to sail according to your preferences, simply contact us to get started !

Sail Greece owns all the boats we charter. Therefore you can rely on better hire prices and enjoy the best possible support for you to have a great sailing holiday in Greece!

Yacht rentals in Greece

A wonderful advantage of sailing yacht charters in Greece is the small distances between many of the islands. If you have a week (or even a weekend!) you may easily visit islands in the Saronic Gulf or the Cyclades.

For those of you hoping to sail in Greece for the first time we suggest you explore some popular routes we often recommend and to browse our boats for hire . If you have any questions feel free to contact us , we are happy to help!

If you have sailed in Greece before or sailed with us before and know what boat you want then head straight to our charter request form and we will get a quote to you immediately.

About Sail Greece

Sail Greece was formed 30+ years ago (in 1985!) by two close friends, Giannis Makridakis and Vassilis Patiniotis. We try to think like customers and we care about making friends that enjoy sailing rather than clients. We charter our own privately owned boats without any commission.

Why rent with Sail Greece?

We are proud to have happy customers in most countries of the world and are even more proud that many are willing to provide personal recommendations to those thinking about using our boats. We invite you to have a look at our testimonials and we will be happy to provide a personal contact in your country who will be happy to testify to our services.

Crewed Yacht Charters

Sail Greece is pleased to offer fully crewed charters upon request. With our crewed charters your boat comes with a crew to sail your boat and a hostess to prepare your meals on board. The safety and management of the boat is the responsibility of your captain while day to day shopping and preparation of the meals is the duty of your hostess. You simply sit back and enjoy your stress free and relaxing sailing vacation in Greece! Contact us for more details.

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Our trips with Sail Greece have been fantastic!!!

I highly reccommend Sail Greece to those who want to experience sailing in Greece.

We visited loads of "secret" beaches which could not be reached by land.

You can immediately see the care and attention to detail that The Sail Greece crew take with their boats.

We had a wonderful trip thanks to you, Tomas and the rest of the crew.

I fully recommend Giannis and Sail Greece as good partners for smooth sailing!

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Feel like sailing the Greek islands? Interested in a skippered, crewed or bareboat sailing charter in Greece? Greek island hopping is one of Europe’s unmissable adventures. Nausail is an expert in all aspects of yachting in Greece and is here to help you find the right boat at a fair price, plan your itinerary, prepare your journey and support you with tips and insights on how to live the ultimate Greek island sailing experience.

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Led by a team of passionate sailors and adventure seekers travelling the Greek seas for over three decades, Nausail connects travellers seeking yacht charters in Greece with our trusted local partners that are equally committed to offering you the best sailing holidays in Greece.

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Get privileged access to the best sailing in Greece and feel the pleasure of sailing the Greek isles . Offering both bareboat and skippered yacht charters, curated tours and custom journeys, Nausail is turning Greece sailing trips into lifetime memories. Whether sailing in Greece with family and friends or wanting to rent a boat in Greece for your honeymoon, be prepared for a to remember. Discover the secrets of the Greek seas, explore hidden coves and pristine beaches, experience the rich gastronomy and culture, swim in crystal clear waters and dive into the azure at some of the most mesmerizing sailing destinations in Greece.

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Catering to easy-going pleasure seekers and sailing enthusiasts, Nausail introduces you to the joys of sailing Greece and the Greek islands’ lifestyle. Our team promises to go above and beyond expectations to take you on a lifetime journey where you will see and feel the best of Greece. Putting a lot of effort and passion into offering a personalized service, Nausail takes boat rental in Greece to a whole other level, to an extent that will leave you asking for more, wishing to return again and again and shout from the top of your lungs “Αγαπώ την Ελλάδα”, I LOVE GREECE!

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Aegean highlights: mykonos, paros, naxos, santorini.

Cruise the Greek Islands on a Private Yacht with an Experienced Skipper and Crew.

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Ideal for Families, Honeymooners, Sailing Enthusiasts, Explorers.

The Dodecanese: Sailing at the Edge of the Aegean

Ideal for Families, Honeymooners, Avid Travelers, Sea Lovers, First Timers

Ionian Islands: Lush Greenery and Spectacular Landscapes

Great for First Timers and Inexperienced Sailors looking for easy sailing and a relaxing pace.

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As an expert in yacht charter in Greece, Nausail focuses on finding the right yacht for your sailing needs and budget.

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Nausail ensures to make your special occasion as special as you are with a selection of sailboat rentals that exceed expectations. From yacht chartering to tailored experiences and with 50 years’ experience in the industry, Nausail offers you unforgettable sailing holidays in the Greek islands.

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Charter Sailboat Gib Sea Gib Sea Master 52 Greece

Sailboat Gib Sea Gib Sea Master 52 16.00m  (2006)

From €743 per day.

Charter Sailboat Benetau Cyclades  43.4 Greece

Benetau Cyclades 43.4  (2007)

From €257 per day.

Charter Catamaran  Bali 4.6 Lefkada

Catamaran Bali 4.6 14.00m  (2021)

From €714 per day.

Charter Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 40 Corfu

Lagoon 40  (2022)

From €643 per day.

Charter Motorboat Nautica Led Nautica Led GS 48 Greece

Motorboat Nautica Led Nautica Led GS 48  (2010)

From €300 per day.

Charter Motorboat Sea Ray Sundancer 300 Kos

Sea Ray Sundance 320  (2023)

From €1,275 per day.

Charter Gulet Gulet Cosmos Athens

Gulet Cosmos  (1979)

From €2,907 per day.

Charter Boat without licence  AYHAN MFS30 Athens

No license required - Starting from Lagonisi  (2022)

From €189 per day.

Charter Sailboat  Oceanis 51.1 Athens

Sailboat Oceanis 51.1 15.00m  (2022)

From €863 per day.

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 440 Volos

Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 440 13.39m  (2022)

From €571 per day.

Charter Catamaran  Lagoon 39 Corfu

Catamaran Lagoon 39 11.00m  (2015)

From €660 per day.

Charter Catamaran  Lagoon 400 S2 Rhodes

Catamaran Lagoon 400 S2 11.97m  (2015)

From €697 per day.

Charter Sailboat HANSE Hanse 458 Athens

Hanse 458  (2020)

From €607 per day.

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Oceanis 41.1 Athens

Sailboat Jeanneau Oceanis 41.1 12.43m  (2020)

From €386 per day.

Charter Catamaran Bali - Catana Bali 4.8 Preveza

Catamaran Bali - Catana Bali 4.8 14.86m  (2021)

From €929 per day.

Charter Catamaran LAGOON 400s2 Athens

Double Base in Lavrio  (2015)

From €779 per day.

Charter Sailboat Beneteau Cyclades 50.5 Corfu

Beneteau Cyclades 50.5  (2009)

From €500 per day.

Charter Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis clipper 361 Athens

Anima the Soul of a Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 361  (2010)

From €271 per day, discover greece by boat.

Greece, a land of ancient myths, gorgeous landscapes, and blue waters, a paradise for yacht charters. Greece is known for its rich history and culture, and numerous islands spread out across the Aegean and Ionian Seas. With over 6,000 islands, Greece offers endless sailing opportunities, making it a dream destination for yacht lovers.

Renting a boat in Greece opens up a world of exploration and adventure. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or a first-time boater, it offers diverse sailing experiences suitable for everyone. It allows you to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Greek islands and coastlines, allowing you to create your itinerary and sail at your own rhythm.

Sailing in Greece is an unforgettable experience. The tranquil waters, steady winds, and well-established routes ensure an enjoyable sailing trip. The Meltemi wind, a seasonal northerly wind, is especially favourable for sailing in the Aegean, providing an excellent Greek experience Rent a boat in Kos or rent a boat in Lefkada to sail among the charming Dodecanese Islands.

For those seeking a more relaxed journey, the Ionian Sea offers gentle breezes, and lush green landscapes. For instance, boat rental in Kefalonia ,  boat rental in Mykonos , boat rental in Corfu are the perfect opportunity to have a relaxing sailing experience.

Rent a boat to sail along the Greek coastline and discover all the extraordinary places and landscapes created by the union of the land and sea. Vourvourou boat rental , for example, is a very good choice for exploring the majestic coastline of northern Greece as well as the islands of the Eastern Aegean Sea and to live an unforgettable experience.

What type of boat is best for Greece?

When choosing the suitable boat for your yacht charter in Greece, think about the time you’ll spend on board. RIBS and motorboats are good choices for a few days, and you can rent them by the day. For a more extended charter of a week or more, you should consider a catamaran or a yacht, where you’ll have all the necessary amenities to make your stay more comfortable.

A sailboat is the best option if you’re keen on a more traditional sailing experience. However, they aren’t recommended for inexperienced sailors or people prone to seasickness, as they can be unstable. Whichever yacht you choose, you will have the holiday of your dreams in Greece!

What is the capacity of the vessels?

Motorboat: .

From 4 to 15 guests.

From 5 to 21 guests.

Boat without licence:

From 2 to 10 guests.

Motor Yacht:

From 8 to 15 guests and includes 3–5 cabins.

From 5 to 14 guests and includes 2–6 cabins.

Catamaran: 

From 8 to 20 guests and includes 3–6 cabins.

From 10 to 150 guests and includes 2–6 cabins.

How much is it to charter a yacht in Greece?

The cost of bareboat charters in Greece or surrounding areas will vary depending on the exact location you want to sail, the time of year, how many people are on board, and the size and type of vessel you choose. Of course, the cost of bareboat charters tends to be cheaper than an all-inclusive yacht charter in Greece, so this is also important to consider.

Below are some average prices by boat type:

Starting from an average of €100/day in low season and €150/day in high season.

Starting from an average of €150/day in low season and high season.

Starting from an average of €80/day in low season and €100/day in high season.

Starting from an average of €1,600/day in low season and €3,000/day in high season.

Starting from an average of €450/day in low season and €550/day in high season.

Starting from an average of €1,500/day in low season and €2,500/day in high season.

Starting from an average of €1,000/day in low season and €1,400/day in high season.

What is included in the cost?

The use of the boat for the duration of your yacht charter in Greece is included in the cost. An additional payment will be required for fuel, and our boat owners will gladly supply you with an estimated price before you set sail. Some of the 40,000 boats on our platform will include food and beverages, and others will consist of equipment for water sports activities for those looking to explore the depths by snorkelling or diving!

Don’t hesitate to confirm with the boat owner before booking.

When is the best time to go to Greece?

The best time to charter a boat in Greece depends on your preferences. Greece has a mainly Mediterranean climate. This means that the summers are usually hot and dry, and winters can be cool and wet. Depending on where you want to sail when you rent a boat in Greece, the temperatures can be slightly different, but they all follow a similar pattern over the course of the year.

  • High season (June to August) : offers warm weather, clear skies, and steady winds, making it ideal for smooth sailing. However, this period can be crowded with tourists, so may result in higher prices for accommodations and boat rentals.
  • Shoulder season (May and September) : offers pleasant weather, fewer crowds, and more affordable prices. If you want to experience traditional Greek festivals and cultural events, consider visiting during Easter, which is a significant celebration in Greece.
  • Low season (October to April) : offers a more tranquil experience and potential cost savings.

Where to charter a boat in Greece?

The following are Greece's most popular ports and marinas for boat rentals. They offer various services, including restaurants, bars, showers, and provisions for boat rental. The number of available yachts for rental varies in each marina, with Athens and major tourist destinations having a wider selection:

Athens: The marinas in Athens , such as Alimos Marina and Marina Zea , offer a convenient starting point for exploring the Saronic Gulf and nearby islands. The distance from Athens International Airport to these marinas is approximately 40 minutes to 1 hour.

Corfu: Gouvia Marina in Corfu is a popular starting point for sailing the Ionian Islands. It is around 15 minutes from Corfu International Airport .

Rhodes: Mandraki Marina in Rhodes provides easy access to the Dodecanese Islands . It is approximately 25 minutes from Diagoras International Airport .

Lefkas: Lefkas Marina is a gateway to the Ionian Islands and is about 30 minutes from Preveza/Aktion National Airport .

Mykonos: The Tourlos Marina in Mykonos offers a perfect base for exploring the Cyclades Islands. It is about 10 minutes from Mykonos International Airport .

Santorini: The Athinios Port in Santorini allows you to explore the beautiful Cyclades . It is approximately 15 minutes from Santorini International Airport .

Where to sail in Greece?

As one of the most sought-after tourist destinations for sailing and beyond, Greece is full of things to do and see. Here are some top-rated places to visit on your yacht charter in Greece to enhance your sailing holiday!

Athens: One of the oldest cities in the world. Athens is a must during your stay in Greece. Here you can see the famous Parthenon , the remains of the ancient Agora , the Port of Piraeus and the Acropolis of Athens , a place steeped in history that rises in the city's heart.

Mykonos: This famous island is one of the most visited in Greece. Its climate is ideal for enjoying the sandy beaches of Super Paradise , Paranga Beach or Paradise Beach . Stroll along the charming Little Venice , located near the port.

Santorini: The archipelago of Santorini is one of the most atypical of the country, with its picturesque villages with white walls stretching over the entire cliff and offering magnificent views. You can also visit the ruins of the ancient cities of Thera and Akrotiri . The volcano of Santorini will give a volcanic touch to your excursion to the Hellenic lands .

Corfu: This jewel in the Ionian Sea has an incomparable charm. A source of inspiration for artists, it has Venetian influences . You can stroll through its cobbled streets and book a boat to admire the beauty of Corfu from the ocean.

Milos: Situated in the Aegean Sea , the island of Milos is notably where the famous statue of Venus de Milo was found. You can also rent a boat and walk around the Cyclades archipelago.

Rhodes: This Greek island, situated between the Aegean Sea , is a popular tourist destination. You can visit Rhodes , an ancient medieval city. At the entrance to its port was once the majestic Colossus of Rhodes , a gigantic statue (over 30 meters high!) of the Greek sun god Helios , considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.

Renting a boat with or without a skipper?

Enjoy peace of mind and smooth sailing with Click&Boat! Whether you prefer a boat rental in Greece with or without a skipper, we've got you covered. Our skippers are licensed professionals dedicated to your comfort and safety.

They'll navigate, anchor, and even tailor your itinerary to ensure you discover the best of Greece. Opting for a skippered rental offers an all-inclusive, customized experience, though it may come at an extra cost.

Alternatively, if you have the necessary qualifications, you can rent a boat without a skipper. Just ensure you hold a valid boating licence or certification, such as the RYA International Certificate of Competence (ICC), as required by Greek law. Let Click&Boat help you make the most of your holiday with a crewed yacht charter or a self-skippered adventure in Greece!.

How much are mooring fees in Greece?

Mooring fees in Greece can vary depending on the location and season. Some marinas and ports offer free or low-cost mooring, especially if you dine at their restaurants or use their facilities. On average, mooring fees can range from €10 to €150 per night, depending on the boat size and the facilities the marina provides.

Why charter a yacht in Greece?

Greece is a country characterised by water; the Sea of Crete and the Aegean, Mediterranean, Thracian and Ionian Seas make sailing an essential way to see the country. Please take advantage of everything this gorgeous nation offers by discovering its mainland and various archipelagos, each with something unique to offer visitors. Whether you’re looking for an all-inclusive yacht charter in Greece or a mini-day trip by boat to visit one of its enthralling Ionian islands, you’ll find what you need at Click&Boat.

Good to know

Frequently asked questions about greece, how much does it cost to rent a boat in greece for a day.

The average cost of renting a boat in Greece is around €676 per day. Various factors can influence the cost of a boat charter, such as the season, the year the boat was built, and the equipment. The prices can vary between €50 and €14,709 per day.

How much does a skipper cost per day in Greece?

The price of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Greece, you can expect to pay an average of €185 per day for a skipper.

What are the most popular boat manufacturers in Greece?

The most popular boat manufacturers in Greece are Marinello and Dufour.

Can you rent a boat in Greece without a license?

In Greece there are 2410 boats that you can rent without a license. You can also rent many boats with a skipper.

Can I add equipment like snorkel gear, SUP boards or a wakeboard to my boat rental in Greece?

Many owners offer various extras that you can add to your booking in Greece. This can be for example Bimini, GPS or Bathing.

Charter a boat near Greece

In Greece, privately owned yachts are available for charter. See other yachts in the area.

Charter another yacht type in Greece

Are you interested in other yachts besides boat in Greece? Look up at other yachts to charter on our website

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12 Beautiful Places To Retire in Greece That Will Make You Pack Your Bags

Posted: May 29, 2024 | Last updated: May 29, 2024

<p>Easily one of the most beautiful destinations in Europe, Greece offers retirees a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Picture long sandy beaches, picturesque seaside villages, historic coastal towns, and vibrant cities; you’re already part way there. </p> <p>With wall-to-wall sunshine, delicious food, and welcoming communities to go with it, Greece does have it all. However, picking the perfect place to retire can be challenging, as there are many places to choose. Luckily, we’re here to help. Here are 12 peaceful places to retire in Greece. These places offer serenity, tranquility, and many things to do. </p>

Easily one of the most beautiful destinations in Europe, Greece offers retirees a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Picture long sandy beaches, picturesque seaside villages, historic coastal towns, and vibrant cities; you’re already part way there. 

With wall-to-wall sunshine, delicious food, and welcoming communities to go with it, Greece does have it all. However, picking the perfect place to retire can be challenging, as there are many places to choose. Luckily, we’re here to help. Here are 12 peaceful places to retire in Greece. These places offer serenity, tranquility, and many things to do. 

<p>We’ll kick this list off with Greece’s second-largest city, Thessaloniki. Sitting in a beautiful bay overlooking the Thermaic Gulf, this city is somewhat of a hidden gem, as Athens often eclipses it. Therefore, it’s much quieter and less busy, making it a big hit with retirees seeking a more relaxed retirement.</p><p>Best known for its historic architecture and scenic views, Thessaloniki is also arguably prettier than <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/athens/">Athens</a>, although don’t let an Athenian hear us say that. Popular things to see in Thessaloniki include the Paleochristian and Byzantine Monuments of Thessaloniki, a <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/unesco-world-heritage-sites/">UNESCO World Heritage Site</a>, the White Tower of Thessaloniki, and Aristotelous Square. Meanwhile, Martiou Market serves authentic Greek cuisine, and Tsimiski and Mitropoleos are the main shopping streets.</p><p class="has-text-align-center">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/most-beautiful-cities-in-greece/">Most Beautiful Cities in Greece</a></p>

Thessaloniki

We’ll kick this list off with Greece’s second-largest city, Thessaloniki. Sitting in a beautiful bay overlooking the Thermaic Gulf, this city is somewhat of a hidden gem, as Athens often eclipses it. Therefore, it’s much quieter and less busy, making it a big hit with retirees seeking a more relaxed retirement.

Best known for its historic architecture and scenic views, Thessaloniki is also arguably prettier than Athens , although don’t let an Athenian hear us say that. Popular things to see in Thessaloniki include the Paleochristian and Byzantine Monuments of Thessaloniki, a UNESCO World Heritage Site , the White Tower of Thessaloniki, and Aristotelous Square. Meanwhile, Martiou Market serves authentic Greek cuisine, and Tsimiski and Mitropoleos are the main shopping streets.

Read also: Most Beautiful Cities in Greece

<p>Hydra Town is the capital and port of Hydra Island, just a short distance from Athens. Tucked away off the coast of the Peloponnese, it’s easily one of the most picturesque and serene places in the Aegean Sea. The town has been declared a traditional and protected settlement and is entirely car-free, so you can expect an incredibly peaceful retirement.</p><p>Property in Hydra Town is expensive, but the extra costs are worth it. The town and its harbor feature beautiful mansions, traditional 19th-century houses, and many <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/wellness-retreats-in-europe/">places to relax and unwind</a>. Popular things to do in Hyra include boating, hiking, and cycling. Notable attractions include the Pirate Bar, Avlaki Beach, and the Museum of Hydra.</p><p class="has-text-align-center">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/places-to-visit-in-greece-that-are-not-athens/">Stunning Places To Visit in Greece Beyond Athens</a></p>

Hydra Town is the capital and port of Hydra Island, just a short distance from Athens. Tucked away off the coast of the Peloponnese, it’s easily one of the most picturesque and serene places in the Aegean Sea. The town has been declared a traditional and protected settlement and is entirely car-free, so you can expect an incredibly peaceful retirement.

Property in Hydra Town is expensive, but the extra costs are worth it. The town and its harbor feature beautiful mansions, traditional 19th-century houses, and many places to relax and unwind . Popular things to do in Hyra include boating, hiking, and cycling. Notable attractions include the Pirate Bar, Avlaki Beach, and the Museum of Hydra.

Read also: Stunning Places To Visit in Greece Beyond Athens

<p>Nafplion is a <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/european-beach-towns/">charming coastal city</a> located on Greece’s Peloponnese peninsula. This gorgeous city captivates retirees with a unique mix of Ottoman, Venetian, and neoclassical architectural styles, narrow cobblestone streets lined with historic landmarks, and beautiful beaches with tranquil waters.</p><p>Nafplion was the original capital of modern Greece, so it is popular. However, the city’s much quieter than other cities, mainly Athens. You’ll likely spend most of your time exploring Nafplion Center, relaxing on several beaches, eating <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/best-traditional-greek-foods-to-try-in-greece/">Greek food</a>, and visiting many <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/landmarks-in-greece/">landmarks</a>. Must-see places include the 15th-century Bourtzi Castle, the Fortress of Palamidi, and Arvanitia Beach. It’s also worth noting that Athens is a popular <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/day-trips-from-athens/">day trip</a> from the city.</p><p class="has-text-align-center">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/surreal-places-in-greece/">Surreal Places in Greece</a></p>

Nafplion is a charming coastal city located on Greece’s Peloponnese peninsula. This gorgeous city captivates retirees with a unique mix of Ottoman, Venetian, and neoclassical architectural styles, narrow cobblestone streets lined with historic landmarks, and beautiful beaches with tranquil waters.

Nafplion was the original capital of modern Greece, so it is popular. However, the city’s much quieter than other cities, mainly Athens. You’ll likely spend most of your time exploring Nafplion Center, relaxing on several beaches, eating Greek food , and visiting many landmarks . Must-see places include the 15th-century Bourtzi Castle, the Fortress of Palamidi, and Arvanitia Beach. It’s also worth noting that Athens is a popular day trip from the city.

Read also: Surreal Places in Greece

<p>If you’re dreaming of a Greek island retirement that combines sun, sea, and Greek history, look no further than Chania. Chania is only a small city in northwest Crete but has much to offer. However, it’s most famous for its breathtaking architecture, pristine coastline, and <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/historic-sites-on-the-greek-islands/">rich history</a>. </p><p>You’ll find most of the action in Chania’s gorgeous 14th-century Venetian harbor. You’ll find waterfront tavernas, vibrant pastel-colored houses, winding streets lined with shops, and impressive historical landmarks here. When you’re not exploring the Old Venetian Port of Chania, spend your time walking along the coast, sunbathing on Nea Chora Beach, and learning more about the city’s maritime history in the Nautical Museum. Try your hand at watersports, too.</p><p class="has-text-align-center">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/historic-sites-on-the-greek-islands/">Historic Sites To Visit in Greece</a></p>

If you’re dreaming of a Greek island retirement that combines sun, sea, and Greek history, look no further than Chania. Chania is only a small city in northwest Crete but has much to offer. However, it’s most famous for its breathtaking architecture, pristine coastline, and rich history . 

You’ll find most of the action in Chania’s gorgeous 14th-century Venetian harbor. You’ll find waterfront tavernas, vibrant pastel-colored houses, winding streets lined with shops, and impressive historical landmarks here. When you’re not exploring the Old Venetian Port of Chania, spend your time walking along the coast, sunbathing on Nea Chora Beach, and learning more about the city’s maritime history in the Nautical Museum. Try your hand at watersports, too.

Read also: Historic Sites To Visit in Greece

<p>Another Greek city that offers a peaceful retirement is Kastoria. Nestled away in northern Greece on the western shore of Lake Orestiada, this city is the perfect place to indulge in Greek culture, live a Greek lifestyle, and enjoy <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/european-countries-with-nature/">natural scenery</a>.</p><p>Kastoria isn’t a coastal city, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have a lot to offer. The city makes up for its lack of beaches with the promise of scenic lake and mountain views, traditional architecture, and many experiences. Surrounded by the Grammos and Visti Mountains, this <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/european-lakeside-towns/">lakeside city</a> is also a haven for outdoor activities. It’s one of the best places in Greece for hiking, running, cycling, and boating.</p><p class="has-text-align-center">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/most-beautiful-islands-in-greece/">Stunning Islands in Greece</a></p>

Another Greek city that offers a peaceful retirement is Kastoria. Nestled away in northern Greece on the western shore of Lake Orestiada, this city is the perfect place to indulge in Greek culture, live a Greek lifestyle, and enjoy natural scenery .

Kastoria isn’t a coastal city, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have a lot to offer. The city makes up for its lack of beaches with the promise of scenic lake and mountain views, traditional architecture, and many experiences. Surrounded by the Grammos and Visti Mountains, this lakeside city is also a haven for outdoor activities. It’s one of the best places in Greece for hiking, running, cycling, and boating.

Read also: Stunning Islands in Greece

<p>The next Greek retirement destination on our list is Aegina Town. This port town is located on the closest island to the Greek capital. As such, it offers retirees a <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/off-the-beaten-path-greek-islands/">quiet coastal retreat</a> with easy access to the big city. You can reach Athens in just over one hour, so spending time in the town and Athens is possible.</p><p>Aegina is a lovely town jam-packed with beautiful neoclassical buildings, charming cafes, authentic Greek restaurants, and many things to see and do. You’ll enjoy exploring the town squares, getting lost down the narrow streets, strolling along the waterfront, and discovering ancient temples. Less than a mile north of Aegina Town, there’s a small pebbled beach with emerald waters and local tavernas.</p><p class="has-text-align-center">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/off-the-beaten-path-greek-islands/">Secluded Greek Islands for Private Getaways</a></p>

Aegina Town

The next Greek retirement destination on our list is Aegina Town. This port town is located on the closest island to the Greek capital. As such, it offers retirees a quiet coastal retreat with easy access to the big city. You can reach Athens in just over one hour, so spending time in the town and Athens is possible.

Aegina is a lovely town jam-packed with beautiful neoclassical buildings, charming cafes, authentic Greek restaurants, and many things to see and do. You’ll enjoy exploring the town squares, getting lost down the narrow streets, strolling along the waterfront, and discovering ancient temples. Less than a mile north of Aegina Town, there’s a small pebbled beach with emerald waters and local tavernas.

Read also: Secluded Greek Islands for Private Getaways

<p>Lamia is an interesting city, not just because it takes its name from the mythical child-eating figure. Located in central Greece in the foothills of Mount Othrys, Lamia is an ancient city with many things to see and do. You’ll most likely spend most of your time in the city exploring the downtown area.</p><p>The downtown area, centered around Lamia Castle, features many interesting buildings, shops, cafes, and restaurants. It is an excellent place to grab something to eat and view Lamia Castle. Highlights of the city include the Statue of Athanasios Diakos, Eleutheria’s Square, and the Mansion of the Central Greece Administration.</p><p class="has-text-align-center">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/islands-to-visit-in-greece-that-are-not-santorini/">Greek Islands To Visit Beyond Santorini</a></p>

If you want to retire somewhere in central Greece, Lamia is a fantastic option. Located in the foothills of Mount Othrys, this exciting city has something for everyone. History buffs can explore the city’s most iconic sites , and big foodies can tuck into traditional Greek cuisine . Meanwhile, shopaholics can shop until they drop, and outdoor enthusiasts can plan adventures in the city’s lush surroundings.

In every corner of the city, you’ll discover incredible examples of Greek architecture. Lamia Castle, which sits above the city, is a fine example, as is the Platia Eleftherias. Other highlights include the Archaeological Museum of Lamia, Agiou Louka Hill, and the Mansion of the Central Greece Administration.

Read also: Must-Visit Greek Islands

<p>Rethymno, also known as Rethimno, is a small city on the north coast of the Greek island of Crete. Among the <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/places-to-visit-in-greece-that-are-not-athens/">most beautiful towns in Greece</a>, it draws retirees in with its delightful Venetian architecture, vibrant culture, relaxed atmosphere, and scenic harbor. According to <a href="https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/in/Rethymno-Greece">Numbeo</a>, the city is also a much more affordable place to retire in Greece, which is a nice bonus.</p><p>The Old Town is the heart and soul of the city, and its Venetian Harbor steals the limelight. Strolling along the yacht-filled harbor with the sun kissing your face is a joy. Afterward, you can wander through the historic Old Town in search of Greek delights like the 16th-century Fortezza fortress. Don’t miss the Historical and Folklore Museum, Rethymno Beach, and Rethymno Lighthouse in Rethymno.</p><p class="has-text-align-center">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/secret-spots-on-greek-islands/">Hidden Gems in the Greek Islands</a></p>

Rethymno, also known as Rethimno, is a small city on the north coast of the Greek island of Crete. Among the most beautiful towns in Greece , it draws retirees in with its delightful Venetian architecture, vibrant culture, relaxed atmosphere, and scenic harbor. According to Numbeo , the city is also a much more affordable place to retire in Greece, which is a nice bonus.

The Old Town is the heart and soul of the city, and its Venetian Harbor steals the limelight. Strolling along the yacht-filled harbor with the sun kissing your face is a joy. Afterward, you can wander through the historic Old Town in search of Greek delights like the 16th-century Fortezza fortress. Don’t miss the Historical and Folklore Museum, Rethymno Beach, and Rethymno Lighthouse in Rethymno.

Read also: Hidden Gems in the Greek Islands

<p>Sami is a small town on Kefalonia Island. Kefalonia is one of the largest Greek islands and one of the lesser-visited islands. As a result, retirees can live more relaxed, authentic, and peaceful lives. You’ll also be able to explore the island’s rugged terrains, <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/historic-sites-on-the-greek-islands/">historic sites</a>, and <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/must-visit-beaches-on-the-greek-islands/">beautiful beaches</a> in peace, away from the hordes of tourists.</p><p>Sami is one of the best places to retire in Kefalonia because it has many things to do, plenty of amenities, traditional Greek charm, and a beautiful waterfront. In Sami, you’ll love the perks of living like a local while enjoying the island’s best attractions. You’ll spend your golden years visiting historic landmarks, exploring the natural landscapes, and swimming in the sea. What’s not to like?</p><p class="has-text-align-center">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/instagrammable-spots-on-greek-islands/">Instagrammable Spots in the Greek Islands</a></p>

Sami is a small town on Kefalonia Island. Kefalonia is one of the largest Greek islands and one of the lesser-visited islands. As a result, retirees can live more relaxed, authentic, and peaceful lives. You’ll also be able to explore the island’s rugged terrains, historic sites , and beautiful beaches in peace, away from the hordes of tourists.

Sami is one of the best places to retire in Kefalonia because it has many things to do, plenty of amenities, traditional Greek charm, and a beautiful waterfront. In Sami, you’ll love the perks of living like a local while enjoying the island’s best attractions. You’ll spend your golden years visiting historic landmarks, exploring the natural landscapes, and swimming in the sea. What’s not to like?

Read also: Instagrammable Spots in the Greek Islands

<p>Parikia is the main port and capital of <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/things-to-do-in-paros/">Paros Island</a>. Distinguished by its narrow cobbled streets, old blue and white houses, and old churches, this village is a classic Cycladic settlement. It’s positioned in the heart of the Cyclades archipelago and is among Greece’s best places to retire.</p><p>Better still, this village provides retirees with access to <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/white-sand-beaches-on-the-greek-islands/">immaculate beaches</a> renowned for their soft sands, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and unique rock formations. An average day in Parikia involves strolling along the beach, walking around the town, and eating delicious <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/best-traditional-greek-foods-to-try-in-greece/">Greek food</a> by the sea. Significant points of interest include the Holy Shrine of the Virgin Mary Ekatontapyliani, Livadia Beach, and the Archaeological Museum of Paros.</p><p class="has-text-align-center">Read more: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/things-to-do-in-paros/">Things To Do in Paros</a></p>

Parikia is the main port and capital of Paros Island . Distinguished by its narrow cobbled streets, old blue and white houses, and old churches, this village is a classic Cycladic settlement. It’s positioned in the heart of the Cyclades archipelago and is among Greece’s best places to retire.

Better still, this village provides retirees with access to immaculate beaches renowned for their soft sands, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and unique rock formations. An average day in Parikia involves strolling along the beach, walking around the town, and eating delicious Greek food by the sea. Significant points of interest include the Holy Shrine of the Virgin Mary Ekatontapyliani, Livadia Beach, and the Archaeological Museum of Paros.

Read more: Things To Do in Paros

<p>While <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/rhodes-with-kids/">Rhodes</a> has seen many benefits from tourism, it is also facing the <a href="https://cityofrhodes.com/rhodes-the-negative-side-of-tourism-growth-how-it-can-ruin-a-destination/" rel="noreferrer noopener">negative side of it</a>, which is heavy on the island. Today, Rhodes Old Town grapples with overcrowding, destruction of natural resources, and waste management issues. </p><p><a href="https://www.rho-airport.gr/en/rho/air-traffic-statistics" rel="noreferrer noopener">Over 5 million visitors</a> toured Rhodes in 2023, most stopping by Rhodes Old Town. The Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes attracts enormous crowds, with people cramming into its courtyard and pushing through narrow passageways. Also, the Street of the Knights of Rhodes, one of the best-preserved medieval streets in Europe, is almost always packed with tour groups moving slowly between souvenir shops and restaurants. If possible, spend a night in the old town after the daytrippers have left—you’ll experience the magical atmosphere without the crowds.</p><p class="has-text-align-center">Read more: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/rhodes-with-kids/">Top Things To Do in Rhodes</a></p>

Rhodes Old Town

Located on the island of Rhodes , this town is a beautiful place bursting at the seams with ancient ruins and historic landmarks . Once home to one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Colossus of Rhodes, you’ll thoroughly enjoy exploring every corner of the town.

The town’s history dates back to the 5th Century B.C., so you can expect to find a remarkable display of cultures and architectural styles . Make sure you get lost down the medieval streets, admiring Byzantine and Ottoman buildings as you go. Walking through the Old Town, you’ll also come across traditional houses, quirky shops, and tasty tavernas. Don’t miss the Palace of the Grand Master, the Archaeological Museum of Rhodes, and Sokratous Street.

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<p>The final retirement destination on our list is Kalamata in southern Greece. This <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/european-beach-towns/">coastal city</a> makes our list for many reasons. First, it’s affordable. According to <a href="https://www.expatistan.com/cost-of-living/kalamata">Expatistan</a>, retirees can rent a studio apartment in an expensive area for as little as $400 (€370). Second, the area has much to offer.</p><p>Kalamata offers retirees excellent amenities, beautiful natural surroundings, <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/most-beautiful-beaches-in-the-world/">stunning beaches</a>, and a high quality of life. What more could we ask for? This <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/most-beautiful-cities-in-greece/">picturesque city</a> also has many things to see and do, including Kalamata Castle, sunbathing on Kalamata Beach, and the Municipal Railway Park of Kalamata. Better yet, the Taygetos Mountains aren’t too far away and offer various recreational activities. </p><p class="has-text-align-center">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/greek-islands-for-romantic-getaway/">Romantic Getaways in the Greek Islands</a></p>

The final retirement destination on our list is Kalamata in southern Greece. This coastal city makes our list for many reasons. First, it’s affordable. According to Expatistan , retirees can rent a studio apartment in an expensive area for as little as $400 (€370). Second, the area has much to offer.

Kalamata offers retirees excellent amenities, beautiful natural surroundings, stunning beaches , and a high quality of life. What more could we ask for? This picturesque city also has many things to see and do, including Kalamata Castle, sunbathing on Kalamata Beach, and the Municipal Railway Park of Kalamata. Better yet, the Taygetos Mountains aren’t too far away and offer various recreational activities. 

Read also: Romantic Getaways in the Greek Islands

<p>This Kefalonia town is a flower-filled Greek delight. It’s enclosed by the azure waters of the Mediterranean on three sides and features a pretty pebble beach. Dipping into the local tavernas for a drink or to enjoy <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/best-traditional-greek-foods-to-try-in-greece/">delicious Greek food</a> is de rigueur, and Venetian-built Assos Castle is also well worth a look. It is also one of the most <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/landmarks-in-greece/">famous landmarks of Greece</a>.</p><p>Read also:</p><ul> <li><a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/best-greek-islands-for-beaches/">Best Greek Islands for Beaches Ranked</a></li> <li><a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/best-time-to-visit-greece-travel-tips-from-a-local/">Best Time to Visit Greece</a></li> <li><a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/day-trips-from-athens/">Best Day Trips from Athens</a></li> </ul>

Stunning Small Towns in Europe to Visit in Your Lifetime

Add these  charming European small towns  to your bucket list.

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<p>While the Portuguese capital is popular, it doesn’t have visitor numbers as high as European cities like Paris, <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/best-things-to-do-in-rome/">Rome</a>, or <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/barcelona-with-kids/">Barcelona</a>. Head to hilly Lisbon by the sea for pastel-painted buildings, historic structures like majestic São Jorge Castle, and a museum packed with ceramic tiles. You’ll also find beautiful beaches outside the city, making them ideal day trip destinations.</p><p class="has-text-align-center has-medium-font-size">Read more: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/things-to-do-in-lisbon/">Best Things To Do in Lisbon</a></p>

Must-Visit European Cities for Your Bucket List

Turn your wanderlust into reality with our list of  must-visit European cities .

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<p>Another of Italy’s best-kept secrets is Sirmione. This 13th-century fortress town sits by Lake Garda and is blessed by natural spa waters. It also boasts a magnificent castle, and wandering through the twisting, narrow lanes of the town is a pleasing pastime. </p><p class="has-text-align-center has-medium-font-size">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/underrated-places-in-the-mediterranean/">Underrated Places in the Mediterranean</a></p>

Hidden European Gems

Explore  off-the-beaten-path gems in Europe  for a truly authentic experience.

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<p>If you’re seeking cheap breaks, Eastern European cities offer some of the best bargains on the planet! Whether Spain, Greece, and Turkey appeal more, or you’d prefer to head to Bulgaria, Serbia, or Romania, here are the top places to expect to pay low prices. </p>

Best Budget-Friendly European Cities

Stretch your travel budget in these  cost-effective European cities .

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<p>The charms of <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/europe/france/">France</a> are no secret, but you might not know that you can visit the country visa-free as an American. France is home to pristine beaches, freshly baked bread, and several historic buildings that are great for foreigners from abroad. Several vibrant orchards are waiting to be explored in Northern France.</p><p class="has-text-align-center has-medium-font-size">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/european-destinations-for-a-romantic-getaway/">Romantic European Destinations</a></p>

European Cities for a Spring Getaway

Make your spring unforgettable with these  European city trips .

  • Read more:  12 Top Cities in Europe for Spring

<p>Colmar in the Alsace region resembles a village pulled from a dreamy fairy tale with its well-preserved medieval architecture, colorful half-timbered houses, wooden floral boxes, and flower-lined canals. This small town full of Alsatian allure is perfect for any history and art lover who would love to look deeper into medieval architecture, museums, and cultural landmarks. While Colmar already has more than enough for tourists to indulge in, do not miss the boat rides in the “Petite Venise” canals.</p><p class="has-text-align-center has-medium-font-size">Read also: <a href="https://worldwildschooling.com/must-visit-european-cities/">Must-Visit European Cities</a></p>

Small Towns Across the Globe That Are Straight Out of a Fairy Tale

Step into a world of  beautiful small towns  where cobblestone streets lead to timeless wonders.

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Below deck's gary king reveals if he's still 'jealous' of daisy & colin, 90 day fiancé: why alexei brovarnik isn’t the best husband despite helping loren recover after surgery.

  • Below Deck Sailing Yacht's Daisy debuted a new haircut, signaling a "hot girl summer" ahead.
  • Fans anticipate season 5 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht and are hoping for premiere details unknown.
  • Relationship drama with Gary impacted Daisy on Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 4, setting the stage for potential changes.

Below Deck Sailing Yacht star Daisy Kelliher debuted a drastic new change to her appearance , and many are wondering if it’s a sign of things to come. Daisy, who has been a part of Below Deck Sailing Yacht for seasons, has had a whirlwind year after the show took Bravo viewers by storm. After a tumultuous time on Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 4 , Daisy’s relationships shifted and her time aboard Parsifal III was uncertain. Choosing to continue working aboard the superyacht with both Gary King, especially after her relationship with Colin Macrae imploded, was a tough decision for Daisy.

"Hot girl summer coming in quick"

Showing off a short new haircut on her Instagram , Daisy posted a video of herself before and after the big chop. “Hot girl summer coming in quick,” Daisy shared, alongside a video of her shocking new ‘do.

The cut comes just before many fans believe the announcement for the premiere of Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 5, which is hopefully coming soon. Daisy, who works as the Parsifal III’s Chief Stewardess, reporting to Captain Glenn Shephard, will likely be facing even more major changes on the Below Deck spin-off when it returns in the ensuing summer months.

Reality TV is more popular than ever. With so many to choose from, here are some of the best reality TV shows to stream or watch right now.

When Will Below Deck Sailing Yacht Season 5 Be Announced?

While it’s not certain when the highly anticipated Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 5 will be announced, judging by previous seasons, it’s likely the premiere date will be released soon. The past seasons of Below Deck Sailing Yacht have aired far earlier in the year, some as early as February, and some as late as April. Though the premiere dates have varied, the last season of Below Deck Sailing Yacht was finished by mid-June, making the current season somewhat unprecedented. Though Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 5’s premiere date hasn’t been announced yet, the season was filmed during summer 2023 .

The upcoming season of Below Deck Sailing Yacht may be difficult for Bravo to figure out how to advertise , as issues with the show’s First Officer, Gary, have been increasingly difficult throughout the last year. After being accused of sexual misconduct by a makeup artist who was working on the series, many Below Deck viewers called for Gary’s removal from the series, as well as from Bravo events. Though he was originally announced as a guest at BravoCon 2023, Gary was removed from the list of attendees after fans spoke up about their displeasure with Gary’s attendance at the event.

Daisy Had A Difficult Time On Below Deck Sailing Yacht Season 4

Below Deck Sailing Yacht has typically been a more low-key series, with the drama on the show surrounding charter guests and crew romances rather that more serious issues. During Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 4, however, there was some major drama surrounding Daisy, Collin, and Gary 's confusing relationship. While the trio had been friends for years after working aboard the same vessels and developing a close-knit relationship, Daisy and Colin took their close friendship to another level . After skirting around the idea of a relationship, the pair chose to dive in headfirst, despite concerns about the way others would react.

Gary King is walking back his jealous comments towards long-standing BDSY crush, Daisy Kelliher, following her emerging connection with Colin Macrae.

Gary, who had always been a sideline supporter of Daisy and Colin separately, seemed to take issue with his two close friends getting into a romantic relationship. Trying to drive a wedge between them, Gary worked his most manipulative magic in order to move Daisy and Colin away from one another. Gary, who hadn't previously felt he had feelings for Daisy in a romantic sense, didn't seem to be able to handle the idea that she was with someone else. He appeared jealous, despite swearing he wasn't jealous at all, and worked against their relationship instead of supporting his friends.

Do Gary King's Actions His Removal From Below Deck?

While Gary was able to manipulate his way between Colin and Daisy, as the pair ended their relationship after Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 4, the other actions he took while aboard Parsifal III last charter season were even more unacceptable. Throughout his time as First Officer, G ary has shown a lack of respect for women , especially those that he works with aboard Parsifal III. Not only was he disrespectful to Daisy during his time aboard the yacht, but his relationship with the rest of the interior team, including Mads Herrera and Lucy Edmunds, wasn't in the realm of appropriate.

Gary's behavior has been difficult to watch after learning about the sexual misconduct allegations that former Below Deck makeup artist Samantha Suarez lodged against him in 2023. Watching back Gary's actions and realizing that his understanding of consent is somewhat different than the rest of the crew's , it's clear that he was operating under a very different system of beliefs than his colleagues. While it's a positive that Gary didn't cause any trouble to the rest of his crew during their time on Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 4, his behavior was too risky for him to return without consequence.

While Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 5 is hopefully shaping up to be one of the more interesting seasons of the spin-off series, some are wondering if it will ever actually be released. As Daisy debuts her new haircut, some are taking it as a sign that times are changing and the season will be announced, while others are simply enjoying the Chief Stew’s newest look. For many, the arrival of Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 5 will be a welcome excitement, as viewers have been waiting for the next installment of the series for nearly a calendar year.

Below Deck Sailing Yacht is available to stream on Peacock.

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Zvenigorod's most famous sight is the Savvino-Storozhevsky Monastery, which was founded in 1398 by the monk Savva from the Troitse-Sergieva Lavra, at the invitation and with the support of Prince Yury Dmitrievich of Zvenigorod. Savva was later canonised as St Sabbas (Savva) of Storozhev. The monastery late flourished under the reign of Tsar Alexis, who chose the monastery as his family church and often went on pilgrimage there and made lots of donations to it. Most of the monastery’s buildings date from this time. The monastery is heavily fortified with thick walls and six towers, the most impressive of which is the Krasny Tower which also serves as the eastern entrance. The monastery was closed in 1918 and only reopened in 1995. In 1998 Patriarch Alexius II took part in a service to return the relics of St Sabbas to the monastery. Today the monastery has the status of a stauropegic monastery, which is second in status to a lavra. In addition to being a working monastery, it also holds the Zvenigorod Historical, Architectural and Art Museum.

Belfry and Neighbouring Churches

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Located near the main entrance is the monastery's belfry which is perhaps the calling card of the monastery due to its uniqueness. It was built in the 1650s and the St Sergius of Radonezh’s Church was opened on the middle tier in the mid-17th century, although it was originally dedicated to the Trinity. The belfry's 35-tonne Great Bladgovestny Bell fell in 1941 and was only restored and returned in 2003. Attached to the belfry is a large refectory and the Transfiguration Church, both of which were built on the orders of Tsar Alexis in the 1650s.  

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To the left of the belfry is another, smaller, refectory which is attached to the Trinity Gate-Church, which was also constructed in the 1650s on the orders of Tsar Alexis who made it his own family church. The church is elaborately decorated with colourful trims and underneath the archway is a beautiful 19th century fresco.

Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral

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The Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral is the oldest building in the monastery and among the oldest buildings in the Moscow Region. It was built between 1404 and 1405 during the lifetime of St Sabbas and using the funds of Prince Yury of Zvenigorod. The white-stone cathedral is a standard four-pillar design with a single golden dome. After the death of St Sabbas he was interred in the cathedral and a new altar dedicated to him was added.

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Under the reign of Tsar Alexis the cathedral was decorated with frescoes by Stepan Ryazanets, some of which remain today. Tsar Alexis also presented the cathedral with a five-tier iconostasis, the top row of icons have been preserved.

Tsaritsa's Chambers

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The Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral is located between the Tsaritsa's Chambers of the left and the Palace of Tsar Alexis on the right. The Tsaritsa's Chambers were built in the mid-17th century for the wife of Tsar Alexey - Tsaritsa Maria Ilinichna Miloskavskaya. The design of the building is influenced by the ancient Russian architectural style. Is prettier than the Tsar's chambers opposite, being red in colour with elaborately decorated window frames and entrance.

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At present the Tsaritsa's Chambers houses the Zvenigorod Historical, Architectural and Art Museum. Among its displays is an accurate recreation of the interior of a noble lady's chambers including furniture, decorations and a decorated tiled oven, and an exhibition on the history of Zvenigorod and the monastery.

Palace of Tsar Alexis

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The Palace of Tsar Alexis was built in the 1650s and is now one of the best surviving examples of non-religious architecture of that era. It was built especially for Tsar Alexis who often visited the monastery on religious pilgrimages. Its most striking feature is its pretty row of nine chimney spouts which resemble towers.

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