Yacht Charter Greece

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Welcome to us and Greecethere we offer a attractive Yacht Charter holidays with a personal touch in Greece and around the world. Yacht Charter is our passion and our job – come to Greece and feel the wind and share this unique experience with us. Travel to Greece and discover a popularly country with long yachting traditions. Yacht Charter is a very popular destination with leisure and holiday activity there. Here we will offer you a range of yachts and catamarans in different size. You will get our Yacht Charter offers for Greece, if you use our quick yacht search tool in the upper left corner of our website. You can start with to define some of your personal Yacht Charter criteria, such as how many people you are, starting date and duration. If you have any questions regarding Yacht Charter in Greece, please do not hesitate to contact us by mail, phone, skype or fax.



Whether one wishes to sail for pleasure or for high endurance sport, Greece can satisfy all expectations Sailing Greece is considered as a paradise for sailing and offers, with its many gulfs and archipelagos, all kind of seas and winds.
A trip in the Greek seas on a pleasure bareboat, privately owned or chartered, is a unique experience.

Greece is a country that has much to offer to the visitors: paradisiacal landscapes, hundreds of charming islands, amazing sandy beaches in crystal waters, a passionate history…

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Guide to the Cyclades Islands

The Cyclades islands, Greece are composed of 39 islands of which 24 are inhabited. The Cyclades are the most famous of all Greek islands with Amorgos, Anafi, Andros, Antiparos, Delos, Ios, Kea, Kimolos, Folegandros, Milos, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Santorini, Serifos, Sikinos, Sifnos, Syros and Tinos. Travel there, where one can find vivid cosmopolitan nightlife and at the same time tranquility and peace.

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Guide to the Ionian Island

The Ionian Islands are located in the Ionian Sea, in the western part of Greece. The Ionian Sea is also called the Adriatic sea. The Ionian are some of the most popular Greek islands and attract a lot of people from the United Kingdom. They are composed of Corfu, Lefkada, Kefalonia, Zakunthos, Ithaca, Paxoi, Kythira and some others. These islands are known for their beautiful beaches, their charming villages and their verdant landscapes

Guide to the Saronic Islands

The Saronic islands are situated at a close distance from Athens, the capital of Greece and its port, Piraeus and are scattered between the prefecture of Attica and the eastern side of the Peloponnese. This group of Greek Islands is composed of Angistri, Aegina, Methana, Poros, Salamina, Spetses and Hydra and they have a lot to offer to the visitors: natural beauty, clean sandy beaches and even small deserted islets to explore.

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Guide to the Sporades Islands

he Sporades islands group lies off the eastern shore of mainland Greece and consists of 11 islands of which only 4 are inhabited: Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonnisos and Skyros. These Greek islands are characterized by dense vegetation and mountainous terrain and are world known as some of the bluest and cleanest seas one will ever come across and experience. Each of these has its own beauty and charm and has something unique to offer the visitor.

Guide to the Dodecanese Island

The Dodecanese islands are located in the southeast part of the Aegean Sea and consist of twelve major islands and a number of smaller islands: Astypalea, Leros, Lipsi, Nisyros, Kalymnos, Karpathos, Kastellorizo, Kos, Patmos, Rhodes, Tilos … Some of those Greek Islands are located at the border to Turkey. They have everything to offer to the visitors: whitewashed houses, beautiful beaches with crystal waters, charming villages, exciting nightlife and more..

Guide to the Aegean Island

The Eastern Aegean islands group is, like the Dodecanese, much closer to Turkey than to the Greek mainland. They are composed of: Chios, Ikaria, Lesvos(Mytilene), Limnos, Thassos and Samos. This group is less popular than the Cyclades but not the less interesting from a point of authenticity. There are characterized by mountainous landscapes, dense forests of pine-trees and beautiful golden sandy beaches.

Airports in Greece

Greece has 15 international airports (Athens, Thessaloniki, Rhodes, Heraklio, Corfu...) which are hosting regular and chartered flights and 25 state domestic airports. www.greeka.com/greece/greece-airports.htm


The Greece weather is fairly uniform throughout Greece . Due to its geographical position, the weather in Greece and the Greek Islands has mild winters and warm summers, cooled by different kind of seasonal winds. The summers are characterized by sunshine and very little rainfall: great summer holidays guaranted!

The Greece weather of the islands of the Aegean and the Ionian seas is milder.Some regions are characterized by the Meltemi, a summer wind which blows mostly the islands of the Aegean and offer perfect wind conditions for sailing and windsurfing.
Base facts about Greece

Capital: Athens
Government: Repuplik
Population: 11.1 million. int. (2006)
Area: 131 957 km2
Population per km2: 80
GDP per capita: 19 676 USD
Largest religion: Greek Orthodox 97%
Language: Greek. English is excellent.
Largest cities: Athens, Chalkis, Thessaloniki
Currency: EUR
National Day: March 25
Electricity: 220 V adapter is not required.
Credit cards: All credit card case and there are plenty of ATMs. The most common methods of payment are cash, debit cards andcredit card. When paying by credit card, identification have shown. In some smaller restaurants and shops are not accepted for paymentby credit card.

Visa: Not required when traveling in Europe.


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