Greece Yacht Charter Bases:
A yacht provides a magical way to explore these mythical isles. Sailing between all 2000-odd islands would be a Herculean task, so opt for one of five well established bareboat areas within Greece.
The Ionian Islands:
The lush green beauty of the Ionian Islands offer gentle sailing from bases in Corfu and Lefkas makes this a family friendly yacht charter area in Greece. This is also great for beginners and people trying to build there confidence on their first charter.
The Saronic Islands:
The Saronic Islands are easily accessible from Athens or Poros, short distances separate bustling ports from quaint harbours and quiet anchorages excellent for bareboat holidays or flotillas alike. This area is also ideal for beginners with steady predictable afternoon breezes.
The Sporades Islands:
Picturesque, pine-clad, hilly islands with some of Greece's finest beaches and a lively home port at Skiathos.
The Cyclades Islands:
Archetypal Greek islands with brilliant white buildings, bluedomed churches, and superb beaches easily cruised from Athens, Lavrion or Paros. Stronger winds,
especially during the Meltemi season,
make this a choice for experienced sailors and a great Greek yacht charter destination.
The Dodecanese Islands:
The eastern Aegean, from Rhodes, Kos or Samos. A wonderful contrast offering,
some of the most cosmopolitan and
tranquil of the Greek Isles, with good
sailing winds being the norm.