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Charter Motorboat Compass 7s Halkidiki
Halkidiki
4.9
 (3)

Compass - 7s | (2023)

8
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €450 per day

Charter Motorboat Maxum 4100SCR Halkidiki
Halkidiki
New

Maxum - 4100SCR | 1 cabin (1998)

10
4
Super owner
With a skipper

From €1,350 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 51 Halkidiki
Halkidiki
4.5
 (2)

Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey 51 | 3 cabins (1991)

10
7
Super owner
With a skipper

From €243 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45 Halkidiki
Discount offer
Halkidiki
3.9
 (3)

Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey 45 | 4 cabins (2006)

10
8
With a skipper

From €329 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Marinco Elite 53cc Halkidiki
Halkidiki
4.9
 (12)

Marinco - Elite 53cc | (2020)

8
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €140 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Marinco 170cc Halkidiki
Halkidiki
5.0
 (3)

Marinco - 170cc | (2020)

5
Without a skipper

From €120 per day

Charter RIB Topline CX 33 Halkidiki
Halkidiki
New

Topline - CX 33 | (2022)

10
Super owner
With a skipper

From €1,450 per day

Charter RIB Solemar S650 Nea Poteidaia
Nea Poteidaia
4.9
 (3)

Solemar - S650 | (2005)

8
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €420 per day

Charter Catamaran LAGOON 400 Halkidiki
Discount offer
Halkidiki
5.0
 (6)

LAGOON - 400 | 4 cabins (2012)

10
8
With a skipper

From €429 per day

Charter Motorboat Pioner Multy Halkidiki
Halkidiki

Pioner - Multy | (2021)

6
With a skipper

From €900 per day

Charter Motorboat Regal 2750 Nea Moudania
Nea Moudania

Regal - 2750 | 1 cabin (2008)

8
With a skipper

From €1,300 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey Halkidiki
Halkidiki
5.0
 (2)

Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey | 3 cabins (2002)

10
1
Super owner
With a skipper

From €279 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44.9   2017 Sani Marina
Sani Marina
New

Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey 44.9 2017 | 4 cabins (2017)

10
10
With a skipper

From €429 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Compass 168 cc Halkidiki
Halkidiki
5.0
 (4)

Compass - 168 cc | (2020)

7
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €160 per day

Charter Motorboat Hydra Sports 2500 CC Halkidiki
Halkidiki
4.9
 (3)

Hydra Sports - 2500 CC | (2008)

8
Super owner
With a skipper

From €450 per day

Charter Motorboat Regal 2450 Nea Fokea
Nea Fokea

Regal - 2450 | 1 cabin (2008)

5
With a skipper

From €1,100 per day

Charter Motorboat Azimut 68 s hard top Azimut 68 s hard top Sani Marina
Sani Marina
New

Azimut 68 s hard top - Azimut 68 s hard top | 3 cabins (2007)

10
6
With a skipper

From €3,200 per day

Charter Motorboat Regal 1900 Nea Moudania
Nea Moudania

Regal - 1900 | (2008)

4
With a skipper

From €900 per day

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Discover Halkidiki by boat

Situated in northern Greece, Halkidiki is a peninsula renowned for its relaxing landscapes, white beaches, and rich cultural heritage. Divided into three distinct peninsulas—Kassandra, Sithonia, and AthosHalkidiki offers diverse experiences for travellers. From the lively atmosphere of Kassandra's beach resorts to the tranquil beauty of Sithonia's secret creeks and the spiritual aura of Mount Athos, Halkidiki promises unforgettable sailing adventures and timeless memories for tour yacht rental.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Halkidiki ?

The cost of a boat charter in Halkidiki varies based on factors such as season, duration, type of boat, rental location, skipper inclusion, and extras like equipment. Prices can range depending on the boat owner. For specific rates, it's best to contact directly the owner to have more information on the yacht charter.

How much does it cost to charter a skippered yacht in Halkidiki ?

The cost of chartering a skippered yacht, in Halkidiki, Greece can vary based on several factors: (skipper is included in most of the prices)

Motorboats:

Full day: from €50+

RIB:

Included in the price

Boat without licence:

Full day: from €50+

Sailboat:

Full day: from €190+

Catamaran:

Included in the price

How much does it cost to charter a crewed yacht in Halkidiki ?

Chartering a crewed yacht in Halkidiki can cost anywhere from an average of €100 per day, depending on factors like yacht size, season, and duration. Crew costs are typically included in the charter fee and vary based on the yacht rental. For precise pricing, it’s recommended to contact your private boat owner.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Halkidiki for a day?

Motorboat:

From €450 in low season and €475 in high season, per day.

RIB:

From €1,450 in low and high season, per day.

Boat without licence:

From €225 in low and high season, per day.

Sailboat:

From €330 in low season and €420 in high season, per day.

Catamaran:

From €950 in low season and €1,100 in high season, per day.

Where to sail in Halkidiki ?

In Halkidiki, there are several ports and marinas that serve as excellent starting points for your yacht charter:

  • Port of Sani: Located on the Kassandra Peninsula, the Port of Sani is a luxurious marina offering upscale facilities, dining options, and entertainment. Ideal starting point for exploring the western coast of Halkidiki.
  • Port of Nikiti: Situated on the Sithonia Peninsula, the Port of Nikiti provides easy access to the charming coastal villages of Sithonia. Great base for sailing adventures around the central part of Halkidiki.
  • Ouranoupolis Marina: Located near the border of Mount Athos on the Athos Peninsula. You can do excursions around the peninsula, providing unique insights into the region's cultural and religious heritage.
  • Port of Nea Moudania: Positioned on the western coast of the Kassandra Peninsula, the Port of Nea Moudania is a bustling hub with a variety of services for boaters. This place is a convenient starting point for exploring both Kassandra and Sithonia.
  • Port of Ormos Panagias: Situated on the eastern coast of Sithonia, it is known for its scenic beauty and traditional fishing village atmosphere. Excellent departure point for sailing to nearby islands and secluded bays.

What season is the best to rent a boat in Halkidiki ?

The best time to rent a boat in Halkidiki:

Late May to early September: This period offers warm temperatures, clear skies, and calm seas, ideal for sailing.

June to August: are particularly reliable, with long hours of sunshine and warm sea temperatures, perfect for swimming and water activities.

September: is also a good option, with pleasant weather and fewer crowds as summer winds down. While summer is busiest, late spring or early autumn offer pleasant sailing conditions with fewer tourists.

Overall, summer provides the best combination of warm weather and ideal sailing conditions for exploring Halkidiki's coastline.

Why should you sail for a weekend in Halkidiki?

Sailing for a weekend in Halkidiki offers numerous advantages:

  • Scenic Exploration: Sailing allows you to explore the stunning coastline of Halkidiki, discovering hidden coves, secluded beaches, and picturesque villages inaccessible by land.
  • Relaxation: It provides an opportunity to unwind and escape the hustle and bustle of daily life, surrounded by the tranquillity of the sea and the beauty of nature.
  • Flexible Itinerary: With a weekend sail, you have the flexibility to create your own route, choosing where to anchor, when to swim, and which sights to visit based on your preferences.

Overall, sailing for a weekend in Halkidiki provides a perfect blend of relaxation, adventure, and exploration, making it an ideal getaway for those seeking a memorable experience.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Halkidiki for a weekend?

Motorboat:

From €1,350 in low season and €1,425 in high season, per weekend.

RIB:

From €4,350 in low and high season, per weekend.

Boat without licence:

From €675 in low and high season, per weekend.

Sailboat:

From €990 in low season and €1,260 in high season, per weekend.

Catamaran:

From €2,850 in low season and €3,300 in high season, per weekend.

What type of boat is best to rent for a weekend in Halkidiki ?

For a weekend escape in Halkidiki, for your yacht rental, a motorboat is the ideal choice. With its speed, ease of use, and versatility, a motorboat offers the perfect balance of convenience and adventure. You can efficiently explore the coastline, visit popular spots, and discover secluded gems, all while enjoying the comfort and amenities onboard. In essence, a motorboat ensures a smooth and memorable weekend getaway on the waters of Halkidiki.

Which places are best to visit when renting a boat in Halkidiki for a weekend?

When renting a boat in Halkidiki for a weekend, consider visiting these five captivating destinations:

Diaporos Island: Explore the secluded coves and turquoise waters of this pristine island, perfect for swimming, snorkelling, and soaking up the sun.

Kavourotripes (Orange Beach): Marvel at the unique rock formations and clear waters of this picturesque beach, ideal for relaxation and underwater exploration.

Vourvourou: Cruise along the breathtaking coastline of Vourvourou, with its pine trees, secluded bays, and charming coastal villages offering a glimpse into traditional Greek island life.

Sani Beach: Anchor near Sani Beach and indulge in luxury dining, shopping, and entertainment at the upscale Sani Marina, or simply relax on the sandy shores and enjoy the panoramic views.

Why should you sail for a week in Halkidiki?

Extended Exploration: A week-long sailing trip allows for deeper exploration of Halkidiki's coastline, including more distant and unknown destinations that may not be accessible during a shorter weekend excursion.

Relaxed Pace: With more time at your disposal, you can enjoy a more relaxed travel, allowing for stops at various ports, extended beach days, and opportunities to immerse yourself fully in the local culture and ambiance.

Deeper Connection: Spending a week aboard a sailboat permits a deeper connection with the sea and nature. It provides a chance to disconnect from the outside world, and appreciate the beauty of the surroundings without the distractions of everyday life.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Halkidiki for a week?

Motorboat:

From €3,150 in low season and €3,325 in high season, per week.

RIB:

From €10,150 in low and high season, per week.

Boat without licence:

From €1,575 in low and high season, per week.

Sailboat:

From €2,310 in low season and €2,940 in high season, per week.

Catamaran:

From €6,650 in low season and €7,700 in high season, per week.

What type of boat is best to rent for a week in Halkidiki?

For a week in Halkidiki, a sailboat offers a serene and eco-friendly way to explore. Sail through transparent waters, and discover Greek coves and secret beaches. A cost-effective and adventurous choice, allowing you to chart your own itinerary and create unforgettable memories along Halkidiki's enchanting coastline with your yacht rental.

Which places are best to visit when renting a boat in Halkidiki for a week?

When having your private boat charter in Halkidiki for a week, here are remarkable destinations to explore:

Amouliani Island: Discover the untouched beauty of this charming island with its pristine beaches, clear waters, and traditional Greek tavernas offering delicious seafood.

Toroni Beach: Anchor near Toroni Beach and admire its long stretch of golden sand and tranquil turquoise waters, perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and beach picnics.

Ammouliani Islets: Sail around the Ammouliani Islets, a cluster of small islands known for their rugged coastline, hidden coves, and rich marine life, ideal for snorkelling, diving or water sports.

Kelifos Island: Explore the rugged beauty of Kelifos Island, home to beaches, dramatic cliffs, and stunning panoramic views of the Aegean Sea.

Pyrgadikia: Cruise to the picturesque fishing village of Pyrgadikia and savour fresh seafood at waterfront tavernas while soaking in the authentic Greek ambiance.

Porto Koufo: Visit Porto Koufo, one of the largest natural harbours in Greece, nestled between towering cliffs and offering sheltered anchorage and calm waters for a peaceful overnight stay.

Kassandra's West Coast: Sail along Kassandra's western coast, with its rugged cliffs, hidden caves, and secluded beaches, offering plenty of opportunities for exploration and relaxation.

What is the capacity of boats in Halkidiki?

In Halkidiki, boat capacities vary:

Motorboat:

  • Max: 2 to 12 passengers
  • Min: 2 to 4 passengers
  • Cabins: 1 to 3

RIB :

  • Max: 4 to 12 passengers
  • Min: 4 to 6 passengers
  • Cabins: Typically none

Boat without Licence:

  • Max: 4 to 8 passengers
  • Min: 2 to 4 passengers
  • Cabins: Usually none

Sailboat:

  • Max: 2 to 12 passengers
  • Min: 2 to 4 passengers
  • Cabins: 1 to 4

Catamaran:

  • Max: 4 to 16 passengers
  • Min: 4 to 6 passengers
  • Cabins: 2 to 6

These ranges cater to different group sizes and preferences, providing options for a variety of sailing experiences in Halkidiki.


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