Greece is an amazing place to go sailing, with many islands just a short sail away. From the white-sand beaches to the ancient ruins scattered throughout this breathtaking country, we’re sure you won’t be disappointed if you take a quick sailing trip here. Maybe you want to head to Athens, the Greek capital, or maybe you want to party in Mykonos. All we know is that renting a catamaran in Greece makes all this and more possible, so don’t miss your chance for the trip of a lifetime.
Choose a crewed catamaran charter in Greece so you can sit back and relax while the crew takes care of preparing meals, drinks and getting you and your group to your end destination.
You could also choose a bareboat catamaran charter in Greece if you want to practice your nautical skills. You will need a valid boating license, so check with the boat owner before you set sail.
Set sail in your luxurious catamaran and island-hop through Greek island’s natural beauty. From the Ionian seas to the Aegean sea you have plenty of islands to choose from! In Greece, catamaran charters can also be air-conditioned! The earlier you book, the more choices you have! So book early so you can choose the catamaran charter in Greece that best suits your needs.
Set sail through the crystal blue waters, views of mountains, and touring white-washed buildings. There are plenty of places to sail to with your charter in Greece that you might be overwhelmed with all of the options! Here are some of the island groups that you won’t want to miss:
No matter where you choose to go, Greek food, people, and architecture will always surprise you.
In general, the climate in Greece is a warm Mediterranean one. On lower ground, the summers are hot and dry, whereas the higher ground in the mountains sees much cooler temperatures and a lot more rain. The summer weather truly begins in May, when temperatures are usually around 25°C but by July, these temperatures reach the 30s. Even at night, the temperatures rarely drop below 20°C. Although the heat can get a little too intense in these summer months, the Greek islands are usually cooled down a little by the Meltemi winds, which also provide perfect sailing conditions.
This depends on a number of different factors, but most people prefer to sail between June and September, when the weather is better and the Meltemi winds are perfect for nautical activities and also swimming or snorkeling. The only drawback of this time period is that there are more tourists and often higher boat prices. If you prefer to go when there are fewer people, maybe it is better to go in April, May, or October.
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