Yachting in Greek islands

Yachting in Greek islands

The coastline of Greece is 13.676km, therefore, is the largest coastline in the Mediterranean. The most popular sailing areas of the Greece charter are the Aegean Sea, Cyclades, Dodecanese, Sporades and Ionian Sea. More than 2500 islands with known or unknown, noisy or isolated, sand or pebbles beaches and countless ports are waiting to be discovered…so if you wish to explore them, the best way is the boat rental. Send us an email and we will be happy to reply on your request.


Aegean Sea

In the eastern Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey lies the Aegean Sea. You will be amazed by the countless islands with fantastic beaches and incredibly beautiful landscapes where you will enjoy stunning sunsets, local delicacies and nightlife. Your choice will be jolly difficult as you get to choose among numerous destinations of Cyclades, Sporades and Dodecanese.


The Cyclades are a magnificent group of islands in the Aegean Sea between Attica and Crete. According to mythology, the Cyclades are named from nymph, which Poseidon transformed into rocks. The islands of the Cyclades combine geographic contrasts, history, landscapes of rare natural beauty, local cuisine, customs and culture. Synonyms of the Greek summer, islands like Mykonos, Santorin and Paros are the dream of thousands of boaters and one of the most popular holiday destinations. Walk, explore, have fun and swim in the clear blue waters of the Cyclades! Each island is an unforgettable experience.


In Aegean, opposite the coast of Asia Minor, the Dodecanese are about 160 in number. A specious pearl, the Dodecanese swaying in the crystal waters of the Aegean Sea enchant every boater with insurmountable natural landscapes, breathtaking beaches, the rich cultural heritage and traditional lifestyle. The Dodecanese is a lively sailing area that can be challenging at all times.


Escape to the beautiful Sporades, Skiathos, Skopelos, Skyros and Alonissos and feel the magic of each island! Situated in the North Aegean, they are ideal destinations for enjoying a romantic holiday in beautiful beaches with turquoise waters and rugged coastline

Ionian Sea

Ionian Sea is the sea area west of Greece, which separates it from the Italian peninsula. It has the greatest depth of the whole Mediterranean and gathers many islands, which lie close to mainland Greece, including Corfu, Paxos, Lefkas, Kefallinia, Ithaca, Zakynthos and Kithira Island and also several other small islands. Sailing between the Ionian Islands is a fabulous experience to discover the deep green waters and landscapes that are breathtaking.