DISCOVER GREECE BY BOAT!

MYKONOS ISLAND

Tours and packages have been creat, with carefull examination, economical trip packages in order to offer you the most valuable way in chartering a motor boat. We provide you with the opportunity to know the total cost of the package you choose ,included the fuels, which is the most important cost in chartering a motor boat.

Hellenic yacht charters have chosen sailing tours having sort distances between them to keep the budget low. Further more with a 3 days trip you can visit three different islands and a few beautifull beaches in every island.All of these in less than 5 hours in total sailing.That's why we choose like home port the port of Porto-Hydra.From there the pitoresque island of Dokos is in 20min,the old port of Hydra is 30min and Spetses less than an hour .

Most of the charters to the Greek islands starts from the marinas in Athens, such as Ag.Kosmas, Porto Hydra in Peloponnese or Mykonos in Cyclades. Select the tour or package you are most interested in or simply contact us and we’ll take care of all your yacht charter needs. Due to the seasonal wind patterns, it is a very good idea to discuss you itinerary with one of our Greek sailing charter experts, so that you have optimal weather for your next sailing vacation. 

Of course our team is here to help if you wish to make up your very own tailor made tour.

 

LET LOOSE AND SELECT THE TOUR THAT BEST SUITS YOUR DESIRES.....


ONE DAY TRIP( CYCLADES)

TWO DAY TRIP (CYCLADES)

ONE DAY TRIP (SARONIC ISLANDS)

TWO DAYS TRIP (SARONIC ISLANDS)

THREE DAYS TRIP (SARONIC ISLANDS-PELOPONNESE)

FOUR DAYS TRIP (SARONIC ISLANDS-PELOPONNESE)

FIVE DAYS TRIP (SARONIC ISLANDS-PELOPONNESE)

ONE WEEK TOUR(SARONIC ISLANDS & KYTHIRA)

 

 

YACHTS AND BOATS CHARTER BUDGET

We have compiled the following information to help you plan your holidays, helping to understand the costs, and general guidelines for Greece.What is the difference between Bareboat, Bareboat with Skipper and Fully Crewed Greece Luxury Yacht Charter?

In Greece boat charters must start sailling at 9:00am to 10:00am and disembarkation is usually in the afternoon at 20:00pm . What we call a week charter is actual 7 days (not nights) as the boat needs to return to the base on last day charter evening.

One of our Home port starts in Athens, at Ag.Kosmas ,10min from the International airport Eleftherios Venizelos, easily reached from any major European Airport.The Cyclades and Saronic Islands are easily reachable from Athens, and, given the huge selection of charter boats in Greece, it can make sense to set Athens as your charter start and end port.To reach the Sporades Islands it is easiest to fly directly to Skiathos with many European countries having direct flights to Skiathos airport. Both the Dodecanese Islands and the Ionian Islands have regular flights available from Athens to most main Islands.

 

Damages to the vessel or rib and engines are covered by insurance company, however, according to their policy, there is a deductible depending on the boat that is on your account and will be charged directly to your credit card.

The drop off and pick up of the boat can be done at any part of Greece according to the client’s wishes with the additional cost upon request. 
 

For booking a 40% down payment is required of the total amount with vat. Full payment has to be made prior the boat leaves our premises.

Any route or trip may be canceled due to weather conditions. Safety is our first priority.

It is important to state a budget in order for us to send yachts that match your criteria. In Greece there are typically the following costs involved:

Bareboat Charters:
• Charter Fee
• VAT of 6,5% or 23%(depending the boat)
• Provisions for the boat  (cleaning items, basics etc)
• End cleaning
• Port fees: In Greece port fees can vary from 10 to 20 euros/day depending on the port(and most times nobody comes to charge you, so it`s free)
• Skipper if needed + food provisioning for the skipper can be arrange with extra cost

For crewed charters:
• Charter Fee
• VAT of 6,5%
• Fuel
• Food & beverages
• Port fees
• Private marina fees
• canal fees and relocation costs if applicable.

 

Charterer Obligations:

1. The charterer will not sub charter or part with control of the vessel.
2. The charterer will not use the vessel for any purpose other than private pleasure cruising for him or her self.
3. The charterer will limit the number of persons on the boat to the total number as the authori
ty states.
4. The charterer shall take care of and assume full responsibility for the safety and maintenance of the vessel and its equipment at all times including periods when the vessel is left unattended.
5. The charterer shall observe all regulations of Port Police or other harbor authorities.
6. The charterer shall not allow any animals, plants or restricted items, or any illegal goods such as drugs or firearms on board the vessel.

 

 

SAILING THE GREEK ISLANDS WITH HELLENIC YACHT CHARTERS

SANTORINI ISLAND

The storied Greek Islands offers endless possibilities for the charterer to discover secluded anchorages, magical bays , beautiful beaches and timeless coastal towns. Many of these Greek beaches have been awarded the blue flag under the Blue Flags of Europe Program, providing not only swimming, but also scuba diving, snorkeling, water skiing, sailing and windsurfing.The six thousand islands and more than 16,000km of coastline scattered around both the Aegean and Ionian Seas makes the Greek archipelago one of the most sought after sailing destinations in the world. It is bursting with life; each island has its own character and attractions and offers the charterer the opportunity to explore Greece’s delightful history, cuisine, secluded ports and its timeless culture that dovetails perfectly with your yachting experience. With Hellenic Yachts Charters  you will truly be travelling through the birthplace of European civilization.

 

GREECE CLIMATE

This Greek islands generally have a "Dry Mediterranean" climate, which makes them nearly perfect for chartering during the non-winter months. The weather in the islands is almost always sunny and dry during the summer, with the temperature hot during the day and pleasantly warm at night. Winters are chilly and wet and therefore make chartering risky.

The Etesian winds generally blow from May to October, but can be quite strong in July and August, particularly in the Cyclades islands. When the winds are strong, itineraries can be interrupted and transit hazardous. Please read the information about wind in each of the areas above and discuss your itinerary with one of our experts when booking your Greece charter.

 

GREEK CUISINE

Greek cuisine is simple yet delicious. During your sailing vacation you will come across the freshest ingredients, the best olive oil in the world and a growing variety of excellent locally produced wines.

Local specialties vary from region to region, but the most popular ones are tzatziki, fresh octopus, fresh grilled fish, moussaka, and fresh olives. And of course, no one should leave this country without having had a souvlaki (maybe with a glass of Ouzo) right before going to bed, after a having enjoyed the nightlife in the Greek Islands!
We 
can provide you with hotel bookings and restaurant reservations upon request.

 

 

SCUBA DIVING AND SNORKELLING

Mykonos is one of the oldest diving destinations in Greece. Organized diving centers operate on the island with many years of experience and modern equipment. They provide a series of programs for beginners and advanced divers. The best month for diving in Mykonos is September due to the suitable water temperature and the high visibility found at the bottom of the sea.

The rocky coast of Pano Koufonisi but also Kato Koufonisi is ideal for diving. The deep sea at Koufonisi is captivating and friendly and as we approach Kero it becomes fascinating. It is an ideal diving site which will reward its visitors.

Diving in Naxos takes place at the impressive shipwreck, near Amarides, as well as other points on the island.

 

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