Greece has been a yachting hotspot in the Eastern Mediterranean for as long as people can remember. With its ancient history filled with great heroes and minds alike, the country offers enormous diversity as well as countless of islands to explore during your yacht charter holiday.
Charter a yacht in Greece
Tranquil coves and plenty of clubs on metropolitan islands at the same time: yacht rental in Greece is the best way to explore the glistening Greek sea and visit islands and beaches of your choice. Discover vibrant islands such as Corfu, sophisticated bars and restaurants in the small coastal towns of Lefkas and the historic yet edgy new Athens that is truly breathtaking. Spend an evening on a terrace, admiring the Acropolis and diving into the nightlife. A perfect destination for both a quiet holiday in beautiful surroundings and a party holiday with many entertainment options. Yacht rental in Greece provides the ideal mix of excitement and tranquility. A yacht is suitable for a day trip in Greece or a multi-day route on which you travel from island to island. You can also combine a cruise with visits to the cultural highlights in Greece. Discover vibrant islands such as Corfu, sophisticated bars and restaurants in the small coastal towns of Lefkas and the historic yet edgy new Athens that is truly breathtaking. Spend an evening on a terrace, admiring the Acropolis and diving into the nightlife.
Starting our journey in Athens, we will head out straight away towards the island of Kythnos! The name Kythnos is derived from the ancient Greek verb “keftho”, which means “hide”. So much “hidden” beauty and authentic Aegean character, and just a short trip from Athens. The island has landscapes that will stun you, colours and scents of the Aegean, stories that sweetly mix legend and myth with history, all proving that majesty is often found in simplicity! A great welcome to Greece.
Mykonos has always been a mesmerising juxtaposition between a cosmopolitan jet set lifestyle and traditional life. With every beach, every rock, every building narrating its own story, the most fashionable destination enchants not only with its legendary parties and vibrant night scene but also its unique energy and unbeatable Cycladic charm.
The Parian traditional villages, particularly Naoussa, Parikia and Lefkes, are perfect samples of Cycladic architecture, with whitewashed sugar houses, paved streets and blue-domed churches. The beaches are famous for the exotic water and the golden sand. Golden Beach and New Golden Beach, are particularly popular for windsurfing. A nice day trip from the island is the small island of Antiparos, with the crystal beaches and the relaxing atmosphere.
Naxos is the largest island of Cyclades and it is located in the center of this complex, between Paros and Mykonos. According to mythology, this was the nuptial isle of the god Dionysus, god of wine. This is why there is a sanctuary dedicated to Dionysus in the inland of Naxos island. Ideal for families and romantic couples, Plaka, Agios Prokopios, Orkos and Mikri Vigla are among the most beautiful beaches on the island, while the entire western coastline is ideal for windsurfing and kitesurfing due to the strong winds that blow there in the afternoon. A drive to the inland will bring you to picturesque villages and interesting sightseeing.
The Island of Polyaigos is the largest uninhabited island of the Aegean Sea. It is one of the most beautiful destinations for lovers of sailing with numerous pristine beaches with emerald waters. The Lighthouse of Polyaigos lies on Cape Maskoula on the east side of the island. The remnants of the Church of Virgin Mary are located on the northwest side of Polyaigos. Today, the island is uninhabited and it has been declared as an area of outstanding beauty and an important natural place.
Known as the "Island of Colors" thanks to its jewel-colored waters and building painted in vivid primary tones, the horseshoe-shaped island of Milos floats serenely in the Aegean Sea. It was here that the world-famous Venus de Milo statue was discovered. Though she now holds court at the Louvre, Milos has other beauties to admire. There are dozens of beaches, all different colors and all different combinations of sand, stone and shell. Explore the ancient theater, catacombs and windmills in Tripiti village, then cap off your day with a cinematic sunset.
In the morning we will cruise back from Milos to Athens and end our unforgettable journey of the Cyclades! We encourage you to spend a few extra days to discover this amazing city where history is met at every corner. Packed with culinary hot spots, trendy bars and with an incomparable vibe, Athens is the hidden gem of Europe.
Yachts for charter in Greece
The 196.85ft /60m CRN 60 motor yacht LIGHT HOLIC was built in 2011 by CRN and last refitted in 2014. Previously named Darlings Danama her luxurious interior is designed by Negoescu and her exterior styling is by Zuccon. Accommodation Light Holic’s interior layout sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 rooms, including a master suite, 5 double cabins and 1 twin cabin. She is also capable of carrying up to 15 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
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Yacht CHAKRA is a 282’ superyacht built by Scheepswerf Gebr. van der Werf in 1962, and refitted by Devonport Yachts in 2017. Her design and engineering as well as her exterior are by the Scheepswerf Gebr. van der Werf team. This vessel is an excellent option for large groups of friends, family vacations, or corporate retreats.
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Sleek and streamlined, the 72m SERENITY is one of the most eye-catching yachts on the water. This innovative, ultra-modern yacht after her massive refit, provides a wholly relaxed and luxurious experience. Infinite space and unrivalled comfort combine to make SERENITY one of the most sought-after yachts.
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