Yacht Charter in Greece
With thousands of islands, pleasant Mediterranean climate
Hop aboard a sailing boat with SailingEurope to the most popular destination - the Ionian Islands. Visit a gramophone museum on Lefkas and discover local gastronomy on Corfu with a glass of strong ouzo and a plate of olives with cheese. Whether you have opted for a bareboat or a skippered yacht charter, sail to vibrant Zakynthos and to Mykonos, “the island of the winds”, enjoy mineral baths, lively nightlife and meet tourists from all around the world. Walk around Ithaca, the home of Odysseus and the setting of thousand-year-old myths.
Sailing season in Greece starts in early April and ends in November, so make sure to book your holiday as soon as possible to get the best deal.
SailingEurope provides you with best prices for more than 3,000 yachts for your sailing holiday in Greece. Our offer includes top-brand sailing yachts, motor boats, crewed luxury yacht charter and gulet cruises along the beautiful Greek coast.
Choose a Boat
Monohull Sailing Boats in Greece
Monohulls are ideal to moor in crowded marinas because they occupy only one berth compared to multihulls that occupy more.
Because monohulls point and easily tack during upwind sailing, you will sail fast in windy Greek seas and
Catamaran Sailing Boats in Greece
Catamarans or multihulls have a small draft that allows you to anchor in shallow waters and approach the shore very close. Their multihull shape offers higher stability which is perfect for open water sailing. Catamaran charter prices are a bit higher, but you are getting spacious interior for storage and outside space for guests to lounge, sunbathe or party in lovely Greek weather, as well as a panoramic view and easy access to a boat which is perfect for families.
Pick a bareboat yacht charter and sail with steady and reliable winds delivered by Maestro, or if you are a beginner in sailing, pick a skippered yacht charter that will provide you with additional leisure time. A skipper will handle fair afternoon winds, show you secluded locations and suggest local cuisine and amenities, such as adventurous water sports and donkey rides.
Motor Yachts in Greece
With fast, comfortable and spacious motor yachts you can save time sailing from island to island in the most popular Greek sailing areas: the Ionian Islands, the Cyclades Islands, the Dodecanese Islands, the Sporades Islands and the Argo-Saronic Islands.
Choose a bareboat yacht charter for more privacy and a skippered yacht charter to get more control at sea and full luxury experience that includes information about the home of the Olympic Games, about one of the oldest language in Europe and about diversified marine life - turtles, seals and the Greek Dolphin, a symbol of peace and prosperity. Bask
Gulet Charter in Greece
Gulets are spacious and luxurious sailing boats great for cruising holidays. They offer all-inclusive crewed charter experience with a skipper, a deckhand, a cook and a hostess/waitress. You just need to choose the level of luxury you desire and leave the rest to the crew.
Charming gulets with
Types of Chartering Options in Greece
Bareboat yacht charter in Greece is perfect for novice sailors. Greece with the
Skippered yacht charter is a great solution where a local skipper's extensive knowledge will lead you safely to the magnificent maritime locations of Greece, while you absorb rich history and breathtaking landscapes.
Crewed charter in Greece will spoil all your senses. The captain is steering the yacht to the hidden private bay, a deckhand handling all the ropes and systems on the yacht, a hostess keeping the boat tidy and a cook preparing delicious Mediterranean delights. With such a crew, your mission is to experience an ultimate vacation.
Flotilla sailing holidays - if you want to take your company for a team building or you can’t fit all your friends to one yacht, we have a solution for you. Sail out with two, five or even ten sailing yachts, and share that sailing sensation with all of your friends and colleagues. Imagine ten sailing yachts anchored in a picturesque bay and spending the night there - that is something you have to be a part of.
Why sailing in Greece?
- More than 2,900 islands, islets and rocks, with around 170 inhabited islands
- More than 250 days of sunshine per year
- Try the original feta cheese and Greek yoghurt in charming taverns
- Go dolphin watching - the Greek Dolphin is a symbol of peace and prosperity
Sailing regions in Greece