Sailboat charters in Greece

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2002 - 2023
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Dufour - Dufour 390 | 3 cabins (2020)

Athens
8
With or without a captain

From $360 per day

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Beneteau - Oceanis 40.1 | 3 cabins (2022)

Athens
6
With or without a captain
 1

From $504 per day

BENETEAU - FIRST 36 | 3 cabins (2023)

Athens
6
With captain
 15 · Super owner

From $490 per day

BAVARIA - CRUISER 45 | 4 cabins (2012)

Athens
9
With or without a captain

From $433 per day

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BENETEAU - OCEANIS 51.1 | 6 cabins (2019)

Athens
12
With or without a captain
 1

From $562 per day

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BENETEAU - OCEANIS 38.1 | 3 cabins (2018)

Lefkada
8
With or without a captain

From $346 per day

Sunsail - 44 SO | 4 cabins (2020)

Lefkada
8
Without captain
Super owner

From $353 per day

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- Dufour 360 Grand Large | 2 cabins (2022)

Lefkada
6
Without captain

From $216 per day

Traditional - Greek Trechantiri | 3 cabins (1969)

Paros
8
With captain

From $716 per day

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- Oceanis 41.1 | 3 cabins (2020)

Lefkada
8
With or without a captain

From $374 per day

Beneteau - Oceanis 46.1 | 5 cabins (2020)

Athens
10
Without captain

From $497 per day

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Walkabout Yachts - Walkabout 43 | 3 cabins (2010)

Paros
6
With captain

From $490 per day

BENETEAU - OCEANIS 48 | 5 cabins (2017)

Paros
10
Without captain

From $475 per day

Beneteau 50 - 2000 | 5 cabins (2000)

Paros
9
With captain

From $403 per day

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Bavaria - 34 Cruiser | 2 cabins (2020)

Athens
6
With or without a captain

From $302 per day

BENETEAU - OCEANIS 51.1 | 6 cabins (2018)

Athens
12
With captain
Super owner

From $547 per day

Beneteau - Oceanis 41.1 | 3 cabins (2020)

Athens
6
With or without a captain
 6

From $504 per day

Dufour - 455 GRAND LARGE | 4 cabins (2007)

Paros
8
With captain
 1

From $461 per day

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From simple to sporty; different conditions depending on the region

Depending on the destination, you can expect relaxed strolls on the bay or sporty strong-wind sailing. The most protected areas are in the Ionian Sea, the Saronic Gulf or the Sporades. On the contrary, the meltemi wind blows in the Cyclades or the Dodecanese.

Sailboat charters in Greece – Sailing in the Land of the Gods

Let yourself be enchanted by the Mediterranean's charm: Greece offers countless options for very special sailing holidays in this ancient island world. With its many beautiful islands, Greece is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. Whether you are looking for a sporty sailing experience, a family holiday on the water, or a relaxing trip on a luxurious sailboat: Thanks to its versatile offerings, sailboat charters in Greece means you can experience a holiday that suits your tastes. This Mediterranean country, steeped in tradition, attracts visitors with its exciting sights set against a breathtaking backdrop. In addition to the numerous cafés, bars, restaurants, and options for shopping, particularly the enchanting coasts and bays, with their wide beaches, provide a balance to the history and culture. Sail from island to island on your sailboat charter in Greece and discover a different Aegean port every day.

What sailing conditions and special features apply to a sailboat charter in Greece?

Water depths and tides around the different outposts

In the Saronic Gulf and the Cyclades, the tidal range is so small that it can be disregarded. The water level in this area is also more influenced by the wind than by the tides.

In the Ionian Sea, the tidal range is likewise unremarkable at 0.1 to 0.5 meters. The surface current here flows counterclockwise towards the north along the coast.

It then turns west and flows south along the Italian coast. Throughout its course, the current is rarely stronger than one to one-and-a-half knots. Only in the narrow sea channels, such as at Preveza, can it rise to up to three knots.

In the eastern Mediterranean, sea level height is generally influenced more by the wind than by the tides. The air pressure also has an effect on the water depths. The following applies: High air pressure and offshore wind lower the sea level, low air pressure and onshore wind cause it to rise.

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