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Charter Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis 50 Paros
Paros
New

Beneteau - Oceanis 50 | 5 cabins (2011)

11
11
With a skipper

From €531 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 479 Paros
Discount offer
Paros

Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey 479 | 4 cabins (2019)

10
10
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €563 per day

Charter Motorboat Axopar 37 Paros
Paros

Axopar - 37 | 1 cabin (2021)

9
2
With a skipper

From €2,000 per day

Charter Motorboat Traditional Boat Trexandiri Paros
Paros
New

Traditional Boat - Trexandiri | 1 cabin (1985)

30
4
With a skipper

From €1,500 per day

Charter Gulet Custom 1200 Paros
Paros
New

Custom - 1200 | 2 cabins (1980)

12
With a skipper

From €1,400 per day

Charter RIB Magna 36X Paros
Paros
5.0
 (1)

Magna - 36X | (2023)

10
With a skipper

From €850 per day

Charter Sailboat Dufour Gib Sea 51 Paros
Paros
5.0
 (1)

Dufour - Gib Sea 51 | 5 cabins (2003)

10
10
With a skipper

From €829 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 440 Paros
Discount offer
Paros

Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey 440 | 4 cabins (2019)

10
10
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €524 per day

Charter Motorboat Traditional Boat Kaiki Paros
Paros
New

Traditional Boat - Kaiki | 1 cabin (1980)

35
4
With a skipper

From €1,500 per day

Charter Motorboat Princess 65 flybridge Paros
Discount offer
Paros
New

Princess - 65 flybridge | 4 cabins (2004)

8
5
With a skipper

From €4,200 per day

Charter Sailboat BAVARIA 47 Paros
Paros
4.9
 (3)

BAVARIA - 47 | 4 cabins (2002)

10
8
Super owner
With a skipper

From €943 per day

Charter Sailboat Dromor Triton 48 Paros
Paros
5.0
 (7)

Dromor - Triton 48 | 5 cabins (1993)

12
10
Super owner
With a skipper

From €470 per day

Charter Motorboat Karel 4.5 Paros
Paros
4.0
 (1)

Karel - 4.5 | (2017)

4
With or without a skipper

From €180 per day

Charter Motorboat Nikita Searover 2 Paros
Paros
4.7
 (2)

Nikita - Searover 2 | (2022)

6
6
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €200 per day

Charter Sailboat Traditional Greek Trechantiri Paros
Paros

Traditional - Greek Trechantiri | 3 cabins (1969)

8
8
With a skipper

From €710 per day

Charter Sailboat Dufour Dufour 430 Grand Large Paros
Paros
3.5
 (2)

Dufour - Dufour 430 Grand Large | 4 cabins (2020)

10
10
Without a skipper

From €429 per day

Charter Sailboat Walkabout Yachts Walkabout 43 Paros
Paros

Walkabout Yachts - Walkabout 43 | 3 cabins (2010)

12
6
With a skipper

From €557 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 519 Paros
Paros
5.0
 (1)

Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey 519 | 6 cabins (2016)

10
10
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €529 per day

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Discover Paros by boat

Paros is a beautiful island located in the heart of the Cyclades in the Aegean Sea, Greece. Known for its stunning beaches, traditional villages, and vibrant nightlife, Paros attracts visitors from all over the world. The island offers a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure, with activities such as windsurfing, kiteboarding, hiking, and exploring ancient ruins.

Whether you're looking to relax on sandy beaches, indulge in delicious Greek cuisine, or immerse yourself in the island's rich history and culture, exploring Paros by yacht rental offers a unique and unforgettable experience

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

The cost of a yacht charter in Paros varies based on factors such as the season, duration, type of boat, port/marina rented from, and whether you opt for a skipper or not. Additional expenses may include extras like equipment or crew.

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

Motorboats:

Full day: from €70+

RIB:

Full day: from €70+

Boat without licence:

Full day: from €70+

Sailboat:

Full day: from €190+

Catamaran:

Full day: from €190+

Gulet:

Included in the rental price

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

Chartering a crewed yacht in Paros can cost anywhere from a few hundred euros per week, depending on factors such as the size and luxury level of the yacht, the season, duration of the charter, and additional amenities.

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

Motorboat

From €280 in low season and €270 in high season, per day.

RIB

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

Boat without licence

From €110 in low and high season, per day.

Motor Yacht

From €6,000 in low and high season, per day.

Sailboat

From €1,000 in low season and €170 in high season, per day.

Catamaran

From €1,710 in low season and €2,800 in high season, per day.

Gulet

From €1,400 in low and high season, per day.

Where to sail in Paros?

In Paros island, there are several ports and marinas where you can start your sailing adventure with your yacht charter:

  • Parikia Port: Located in the capital town of Parikia, this is the main port of Paros. It offers easy access to the town's amenities and attractions, including shops, restaurants, and historical sites.
  • Naoussa Port: Situated in the charming fishing village of Naoussa, this port provides a picturesque starting point for your sailing journey. Explore the village's streets, waterfront tavernas, and vibrant nightlife before setting sail.
  • Piso Livadi Marina: Located on the eastern coast of Paros, Piso Livadi is a small fishing village with a relaxed atmosphere. The marina offers sheltered anchorage and easy access to nearby beaches.
  • Aliki Marina: Situated in the tranquil village of Aliki on the southern coast of Paros, this marina is an ideal base for exploring the island's southern beaches and countryside. Enjoy fresh seafood at the local tavernas of this charming village.
  • Antiparos Port: If you're looking to venture beyond Paros, consider sailing to the nearby island of Antiparos. The port of Antiparos offers a warm welcome and easy access to the island's beautiful caves, and historic sites.

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

The best season to rent a boat in Paros is typically during the summer months, from late May to early September. During this period, you can expect warm temperatures, clear skies, and calm seas, creating ideal conditions for sailing.

In particular, the months of June to August are the most reliable, offering 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 the busiest time on the island, 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 Paros' coastline.

Why should you sail for a weekend in Paros?

Sailing for a weekend in Paros with your private boat charter offers several benefits:

  • Relaxation: Spending a weekend sailing around Paros allows you to escape everyday life and immerse yourself in the Aegean Sea. You can unwind on the deck, soak up the sun, and enjoy the gentle sound of the waves against the boat.
  • Exploration: Paros is surrounded by stunning beaches, hidden coves, and coastal villages waiting to be discovered. Sailing allows you to explore, stopping to swim, snorkel, or simply admire the breathtaking scenery along the way.
  • Adventure: Sailing for a weekend in Paros offers a sense of adventure, there's nothing quite like feeling the wind in your hair, and setting off on a nautical adventure in one of Greece's most beautiful destinations.

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

Motorboat

From €840 in low season and €810 in high season, per weekend.

RIB

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

Boat without licence

From €330 in low and high season, per weekend.

Motor Yacht

From €18,000 in low and high season, per weekend.

Sailboat

From €3,000 in low season and €510 in high season, per weekend.

Catamaran

From €5,130 in low season and €8,400 in high season, per weekend.

Gulet

From €4,200 in low and high season, per weekend.

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

The best type of boat to rent for a weekend in Paros, especially if you're looking for convenience and flexibility, is a motorboat. Motorboats offer the advantage of speed, allowing you to cover more ground and explore multiple destinations around the island in a short amount of time. Additionally, they are easy to navigate and require minimal sailing experience, making them suitable for beginners.

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

When renting a boat in Paros for a weekend, consider visiting:

Kolymbithres Beach: Anchor your boat at this stunning beach known for its unique rock formations and clear waters, perfect for swimming and snorkelling.

Antiparos: Take a short sail to the nearby island of Antiparos and visit its little town, famous cave system, and beautiful beaches.

Santa Maria Beach: Spend a relaxing day at Santa Maria Beach, where you can enjoy water sports, sunbathing, and beach front dining.

Despotiko Island: Discover the uninhabited island of Despotiko, known for its archaeological sites, secret beaches, and its natural beauty.

Why should you sail for a week in Paros?

Sailing with your boat charter for a week in Paros provides:

  • Immersion: Spend more time exploring the diverse landscapes, charming villages, and historical sites around Paros and nearby islands.
  • Flexibility: With a longer timeframe, you have the flexibility to venture further, discover remote anchorages, and tailor your itinerary to your preferences.
  • Bonding: Enjoy quality time with friends or family, forging deeper connections and creating memories while sailing the beautiful Aegean waters.

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

Motorboat

From €1,960 in low season and €1,890 in high season, per week.

RIB

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

Boat without licence

From €770 in low and high season, per week.

Motor Yacht

From €42,000 in low and high season, per week.

Sailboat

From €7,000 in low season and €1,190 in high season, per week.

Catamaran

From €11,970 in low season and €19,600 in high season, per week.

Gulet

From €9,800 in low and high season, per week.

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

For a week-long sailing adventure in Paros, a sailboat is often the best choice. Sailboats offer a more immersive and leisurely experience, allowing you to fully embrace the laid-back vibe of island life and enjoy the journey as much as the destination. With a sailboat, you can harness the power of the wind to explore the island's coastline at a relaxed pace, taking in the stunning scenery and enjoying the serenity of the Aegean Sea.

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

When renting a boat in Paros for a week, consider visiting:

Parikia: Explore the capital town of Paros, with its charming harbour, traditional whitewashed buildings, and archaeological sites like the Panagia Ekatontapyliani church.

Lefkes: Discover the inland village of Lefkes, nestled in the hills of Paros, with its traditional architecture, winding streets, and panoramic views of the island.

Kolymbithres Beach: Anchor your boat at this stunning beach with unique rock formations and turquoise waters, perfect for swimming, snorkelling, and sunbathing.

Aliki: Visit the charming coastal village of Aliki, known for its sandy beaches, traditional tavernas serving fresh seafood, and relaxed ambiance.

Golden Beach: With your yacht rental, spend a day at Golden Beach, one of the island's most popular beaches, renowned for its golden sand, clear waters, and excellent wind conditions for windsurfing and kiteboarding.

What is the capacity of boats in Paros?

In Paros, boat capacities vary depending on the boat type, here is an average:

Motorboat

  • Max: 2 to 12 passengers
  • Min: 2 to 4 passengers
  • Cabins: Typically none

RIB

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

Boat without Licence

  • Max: Up to 6 passengers
  • Min: 2 to 4 passengers
  • Cabins: Typically none

Motor yacht

  • Max: 6 to 20+ passengers
  • Min: 6 to 8 passengers
  • Cabins: 2 to 8+ cabins

Sailboat

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

Catamaran

  • Max: 6 to 12+ passengers
  • Min: 6 to 8 passengers
  • Cabins: 2 to 6+

Gulet

  • Max: 8 to 20+ passengers
  • Min: 10 to 12 passengers
  • Cabins: 4 to 10+ cabins


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