Luxury Yacht Charter in Greece

Best time
Athens, Thessaloniki, Rhodes, Crete
Greek, English
Water area
Ionian Sea, Aegean Sea
History and turquoise beaches
Greece Regions
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The sea and islands are nearly all about Greece. Seawaters wash the continental part from the East, the South, and the West, creating a wealth of ever-changing images, completing the greater picture, showing the harmony and sheer beauty of it all. Visiting a place is not just about seeing it; it is mostly about experiencing the way of life on it. Greece is a true challenge to discovery and experience. When one thinks of Greek seas, water sports are most likely to spring to mind. Greece is the ideal place for enjoying such as water-skiing, windsurfing, kite surfing, scuba diving, sports fishing or Ringo and banana riding. Cruising off the Greek coastline is a fine way to get to know the country better, where seawater is an element in abundance. So, sail the deep blue sea and explore the 3,000 islands of the Greek archipelago and the coastline that extends for more than 20,000 km.  View the coastline and part of the inland from a different perspective. The seas surrounding Greece are: the Aegean Sea on the east, the Ionian Sea on the west, and the Mediterranean Sea on the south, the 1,400 islands that belong to Greece. Feel the vigor of nature!

Ionian Sea

The Ionian Sea and the famous group of islands situated off the Greek west coastline, where new thrills await you and no doubt unforgettable memories. Long golden beaches catch the eye. Crystal-clear waters, safe harbors and winding beaches captivate the senses as you sail on. Mild weather conditions in the Ionian Sea makes this region of Greece perfect for yacht charter no matter you start from Corfu or Lefkas…


The dominant blue and white colors of the Aegean will be your companion on your journey through the marvelous Cyclades Islands. Cyclades charm and pose a challenge to all sea-lovers. Blue waters awaken the senses and the sharp color contrast and brilliance on the islands will make you catch your breath. An amazing voyage is before you as the strong local winds swell the sails out. The islands speak the language of dreams… listen to it!


Sail north, along with the east coastline of Evvia (or Euboea) and you will reach the Sporades Islands. The change of scenery from the rocky, wild image of the Cyclades to the green Sporades is remarkable. Four islands are populated in this group, namely Skyros, Skiathos, Skopelos, and Alonnisos. The views are bewitching and the peaceful surroundings will make you feel rejuvenated…


You set sail for Attica and once you are there, it is time to step on solid ground. Piraeus is the country’s chief port.  From Attica you can start off towards many a destination: head west through the Isthmus of Corinth, south to the Dodecanese or north towards the Sporades Islands and the Islands of the Northern Aegean. Once you are in Attica, make sure you visit Athens, the capital of Greece.


Set sail to Peleponnese, ancient Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games, the picturesque coves of Messinia. In Peloponnese are best beaches at Vathy, Gythio, Laconia. Palamidi castle at Nafplio and the 999 steps that lead to it. Under must do is to taste fresh fish dishes at Elafonisos or visit lively beaches on the Corinthian gulf, with a variety of services on offer or Kalogria sandy beach at Achaia.

  • Itinerary Peleponnese

Aegean Islands

Dolphins will most probably be your companions as you cruise the north Aegean Sea. The Northeastern Aegean Islands dot the blue sea, like colorful gems painted on a canvas, offering fascinating views to visitors. Each island in this part of Greece has a different ‘atmosphere’, apart from natural beauty. Legends, traditions, history that goes back to antiquity, combined with the lovely nature, turn these islands into very attractive destinations.
  • Itinerary Aegean Islands


The Dodecanese group of islands is the south-eastern part of Greece. The sea, sun, and strong winds are the powerful natural elements that create the right atmosphere for those unforgettable times we all dream of. Under must do and see in the Dodecanese is the cave of the Apocalypse and the monastery of St. John the Theologian on Patmos Island, the butterflies on Lindos, Rhodes Island, aristos beach on Tilos Island and the aquatic reserve in Psalidi, Kos Island


Crete is the biggest Greek island a crossroads where three continents meet. It is washed by the Cretan sea to the north, and by the Libyan sea to the south. The waters around Crete are natural habitats known the world over as there are Sperm Whale populations one of the biggest sea-mammals on Earth, which remain there all year round. The first thing that will catch are beautiful bays, gulfs, peninsulas, capes, serene beaches, steep rocks, secluded coves.
  • Itinerary Crete

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