Boat Rental in Kefalonia

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Motorboat - 5m — KAREL - PAXOS 170 (2023)

Kefalonia
7
With or without a skipper
 5  · Super owner

From €180 per day

Motorboat - 4.99m — Nikita - 500 (2018)

Kefalonia
6
With or without a skipper
 2  · Super owner

From €220 per day

Sailboat - 12.01m — BAVARIA - CRUISER 41 (2017)

Kefalonia
6
With or without a skipper
 2

From €286 per day

Sailboat - 15m — Ocean Star - 51.2 (2005)

Kefalonia
6
With a skipper
 4  · Super owner

From €857 per day

Motor yacht - 13.41m — Cruisers - Renovated 2023 (1997)

Kefalonia
2
With a skipper
 1  · Super owner

From €1,410 per day

Motor yacht - 14m — Grand Banks Style - 45 (1990)

Kefalonia
3
With a skipper
 2  · Super owner

From €1,150 per day

Motorboat - 14m — Absolute - Absolute 45 (2007)

Kefalonia
6
With a skipper
 10  · Super owner

From €1,800 per day

Motorboat - 8.12m — CRUISERS - 1995 (1995)

Kefalonia
8
With a skipper
 12  · Super owner

From €700 per day

Gulet - 15m — Traditional - Trexantiri (2017)

Kefalonia
45
With a skipper

From €900 per day

Motorboat - 5.5m — Karel - Ithaca (2022)

Kefalonia
7
With or without a skipper
 3

From €250 per day

Motorboat - 5.5m — Karel - Ithaca 5.5 (2023)

Kefalonia
7
With or without a skipper
 3

From €270 per day

Discount offer

Sailboat - 12.55m — Bavaria - 41 cruiser (2004)

Kefalonia
8
With or without a skipper
 1  · Super owner

From €257 per day

Motorboat - 10.6m — SESSA MARINE - OYSTER 35 (2004)

Kefalonia
4
With a skipper
 10

From €1,800 per day

Motorboat - 9m — Solemar - 27 (2005)

Kefalonia
9
With a skipper

From €950 per day

Motorboat - 15m — President - Custom (1991)

Kefalonia
8
With a skipper
 3  · Super owner

From €1,150 per day

Motorboat - 5.65m — RANIERI - SOVERATO (2012)

Kefalonia
7
Without a skipper

From €240 per day

Motorboat - 5.56m — POSEIDON - Ranieri (2012)

Kefalonia
7
Without a skipper

From €240 per day

Motorboat - 15m — FERRETTI MOCHI - CALIARI 50 (2007)

Kefalonia
4
With a skipper
 4  · Super owner

From €2,000 per day

Yacht rentals in Kefalonia

Kefalonia is an island of contrasts. Nestled between Lefkada in the North and the party island of Zakynthos in the South, the largest Ionian island has still surprisingly remained off the beaten track. But things are changing quickly. With its stunning natural beauty (underground lakes, caves, sandy beaches, rock pools…), it is no surprise that Kefalonia is rapidly becoming one of the hottest destinations to visit in Europe. And what better way to discover it than with your Océans Evasion yacht rental in Kefalonia at the best price!

How much does it cost to charter a yacht in Kefalonia?

Yacht charters in Kefalonia range from 2000 euros to 5000 euros per week in high season, depending on the type of boat you require (motor yachts, sailboats, catamaran charters…). The characteristics of the yacht and additional services and equipment that may be included in the price can influence the price of your yacht rental in Kefalonia.

In the low season, tourists can expect to pay from 1400 euros per week which amounts to around 30% less than in the high season. Private yacht charters in Kefalonia are also on average a lot more affordable than on other Greek islands.

When to go on your yacht rental in Kefalonia?

Back in the day, Greece’s Ministry of Tourism aimed to promote the country’s different islands, including Kefalonia, only for summer. But with the increase in prices and surge in tourist numbers during the high season, the island is rapidly attracting those who seek a peaceful getaway in the later months of the year. Its ideal location in southern Europe has also contributed to this – so much so that the Daily Telegraph listed the island in 2022 on their “20 summer holidays that are much better in September” article. Access to affordable boat charters - including private rentals in Kefalonia - have also made the island the next place to be seen.

Why rent a yacht?

Even the most experienced drivers can feel daunted by the narrow and steep roads on the Greek islands. Unfortunately, Kefalonia is no different. This is where we come in to solve the issue. Tourists who are seeking a stress-free holiday and wish to avoid the recent growth in car rental prices can opt for a new alternative: sailing. We believe that Kefalonia is best discovered by sailing on its crystal-clear waters - and even opens the possibility to do some island hopping.

What do we offer?

Most yachts on the island cater to 5-10 people. Yacht rentals can include a skipper, crew or can be chartered without a skipper. Chartering a yacht in Kefalonia with a skipper is convenient if you don’t want to worry about sailing technicalities. For those who desire a more seclusive getaway, it is also possible to rent without a skipper if you have a valid boating licence for the vessel. For our clients who wish to enjoy a more premium service, Océans Evasion also provides all-inclusive private yacht rentals in Kefalonia with a highly-trained crew who will care for all of your needs such as dining, house cleaning and more…

What to do in Kefalonia?

To put it briefly; everything. With over 250km of coastline, Kefalonia holidays do not disappoint. Whether you are a history buff, a professional mountain climber or a snorkelling amateur, the largest Ionian island will make sure that you have the holiday of a lifetime - and avoid being in the swimming pool. To help you decide what to see, we have compiled a list of the best things to see and do throughout your stay.

1. Dive into Greek mythology at the Melissani Cave

If your time in Kefalonia is short and you were only able to visit one attraction, Melissani Cave would be the one. Located northwest of Sami, this place was once believed to be the Cave of the Nymphs during the Greek Classical period. Today, the secluded location of the cave provides a unique experience to visitors, so much so that visitors will feel like visiting a cenote on the Yucatán peninsula in Mexico. The water in the Melissani Cave is so clear that some say that the boats look like they are floating on air.

Our best tip: we recommend visiting the cave at midday when the sunlight shines directly on the turquoise water, highlighting the impressive stalactites and rich fauna around.

2. Bathe in the crystal-clear waters of Myrtos Beach

Featured in the famous movie, Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, which stars Nicolas Cage and Penélope Cruz among others, Myrtos beach is one of the island’s most beautiful. Not only has it been voted 12 times as being the best beach in Greece, it has also been described numerous times as being one of the “most dramatic” in the country. Bathing in the tranquil and pristine waters along this beach will easily make visitors forget about their day-to-day activities and lives.

For those of you who are eco-conscious, you will also be pleased to know that Myrtos Beach has been awarded yearly with a blue flag – which highlights its exceptionally clean waters, all thanks to the locals' consistent efforts in preserving the environment. If you’re lucky, you may even be able to spot some of the island’s critically endangered sea turtles!

Our best tip: voted as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by Lonely Planet and Cosmopolitan magazine, Myrtos can undoubtedly get busy in the high season. We recommend that visitors arrive early at 9-10am in order to get the best spots on the beach.

3. Climb up the Mount Ainos – Kefalonia’s only National Park

At a staggering 1,628 metres, Mount Ainos is Kefalonia’s highest peak and part of an extended National Park. If you fancy taking a break from the sea while still being close to the heart of nature, then we highly recommend that you venture up this mountain.

Our best tip: visit the summit of this mountain on a clear day. From the top, you will be guaranteed an impressive sea view of the northwest Peloponnese, Aetolia, as well as other islands Zakynthos, Lefkada and Ithaca.

4. Walk through the picturesque town of Fiscardo

Located almost 50 km north of the island’s capital, Argostoli, Fiscardo is undeniably one of the prettiest fishing villages in Kefalonia, with Assos and Agia Efimia not far behind. Although tourism has developed here in recent years, the town still retains its authenticity back to the time where the local economy was mainly focused on fishing (the most common ones include tuna, dorado, Spanish mackerel, swordfish and Mediterranean sea bass). Today, visitors can stroll the beautiful streets, try the delicious seafood and island specialties in the tavernas, as well as swimming in the nearby cove. It is also possible to rent out fishing boats for a more authentic Kefalonia sailing experience.

Our best tip: Owing to Kefalonia’s close proximity to Italy, the local cuisine on this island is somewhat different to delicacies found in other regions of Greece. We highly recommend stopping at one of the different restaurants in Fiscardo to embark on a culinary experience, with products mainly sourced from the surrounding Ionian sea.

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