Summer is almost here and the Easter holidays are an opportunity to confer with friends and family and decide about your summer cruising plans. The Greek islands present an excellent all-round destination; Greece is blessed with thousands of islands, and the best way to explore them is by chartering a luxury yacht. Your cruising holiday can be a mixture of cosmopolitan places like Mykonos and Santorini, turquoise waters, lovely beaches scattered in the hundreds of islands, unspoiled sceneries and less touristic islands. Distances are substantial, so a nice motor yacht is the best type of vessel for active charterers who want to see as many islands as possible.
CATHERINE is a lovely Princess 85Ft, built in 2010, hardly used by her owner she is the perfect charter yacht Greece! She combines sleek sportive looks and a high cruising speed (29 knots) with a fly bridge and interiors for 8 guests in 4 cabins.
What would summer be without the opportunity to discover new islands, long lunches on the beach and spending time with friends and family? Our latest Super Yacht of the Week OURANOSis based in Athens, which is the ultimate base to explore the gorgeous Greek islands!
This edition of the Boatbookings Super Yacht of the Week fuses the very best that the Mediterranean has to offer; striking Italian design and performance meets the ultimate summer holiday in one of our favourite destinations, Greece! GEOSAND is a brilliant Baglietto 42m luxury motor yacht, ideal for your next Athens yacht charter around the majestic Greek islands.
BARENTS SEA, the stunning 42m motor yacht from Mondomarine is our latest Super Yacht of the Week. After another extremely successful summer charter season in Greece, she will enjoy Caribbean cruising before another summer season cruising the Eastern Mediterranean. If you’re looking for a yacht to rent in Greece, here are a few reasons why you should choose BARENTS SEA.
The Greek islands have been called “a Mediterranean Polynesia” and for good reason; there are 6 distinct island groups (Cyclades, Ionian, Dodecanese, Sporades, Saronic, North Aegean), offering countless miles of shores that are waiting to be explored on your Greece sailing vacations!
As someone who was born and raised in Greece and has been sailing since childhood, I have actually never managed to visit all the islands by boat! The only people I know to have cruised around all of the islands are professional captains, but they cannot all make that claim! You can keep returning to the Greek Polynesia for summers in a row and keep finding new cruising grounds: the sunny backdrop, the warm seas and the kind, hospitable nature of the locals will remain the same, but the scenery will change across the islands.