Sailing & Yachting in Greece
Cruising off the Greek coastline is a fine way to get to know the country better, where seawater is an element in abundance. Live your dream! Sail the Greek seas, discover mythological figures, legendary heroes and ordinary everyday people. View the coastline and part of the inland from a different perspective. Acquaint yourself with the unique character and amazing topography of the various groups of islands. Feel the vigor of nature! Greece is one of the best yacht charter destinations in the Mediterranean, where all the main types of yacht charter are available.
The most popular sailing areas of Greece are:
The Ionian Sea - the Seven Islands including Corfu, Zakynthos, Kefalonia, the beautiful coast of Epirus and other small, picturesque historic port towns as well as the Western Peloponnesian coast;
The Aegean Sea - Mykonos, Santorini, Folegandros, Anafi, Patmos, Paros, etc. aka The Cyclades, as well as The Dodekanese, and the Sporades; and, of course, magnificent Crete, including Chania, Rethymnon, Heraklion and Aghios Nikolaos;
The Argo-Saronic Gulf - several islands and ports, with the most popular islands of Aegina, Poros, Hydra and Spetses, as well as the Attica Coast and the Eastern Peloponnesian Coast.
Bon voyage, or – as the saying goes – Godspeed!
Boat rental specialist since 1998, Coolsailing offers tailor-made cruises in more than 80 destinations worldwide, with or without a skipper – or a crew if you want to indulge yourself. Coolsailing exclusively works with professional boat rental companies, ensuring you a secure and relaxing journey at sea.
Have a boat license? Simply rent a boat and sail out with your friends and family. Want to relax? Treat yourself with a skipper and crew that will pamper you all cruise long. Find more about the different countries they operate in on their destinations page.
Coolsailing offers a large selection of catamarans, monohulls, motorboats, gulets and luxury yachts. Thanks to their selective choice of partners, they are able to satisfy all types of needs and budgets.
For the pure clean air and sea.
Sail away from the polluted cities, crowded airports, hotel lobbies. Relax in comfort, with your own crew, your private sun and blue skies.
Any of the Greek islands can offer you remote beaches, secluded bays or almost barren rocks. You can be on your own, sailing, swimming, water-skiing or just relaxing.
An experienced crew is eager to make you feel special. Allow yourself to be pampered while feeling at home aboard the yacht of your choice.
There are countless places in Greece that remain unspoiled by tourism and available to you only by yacht. Just as if you owned your private island.
For full enjoyment.
For quiet relaxation or for excitement there are over 4,000 islands scattered all over the Aegean and the Ionian Sea as well as 13,000 miles of seashore.
A yacht is a recreational boat or ship. The term designates two rather different classes of craft: sailing and power boats. Yachts differ from working ships mainly by their leisure purpose. Yacht lengths generally range from 10 meters (33 ft) up to dozens of meters (hundreds of feet). A luxury craft smaller than 12 meters (39 ft) is more commonly called a cabin cruiser or simply a cruiser. A super-yacht generally refers to any yacht (sail or power) above 24 m (79 ft) and a mega-yacht to one over 50 meters (164 ft).
Not surprisingly, a motor-sailer is defined as a boat equipped with both sails and an engine. Some define it as a sailing boat with an auxiliary internal combustion engine, others as a motor-boat with auxiliary sails. Since all sailing boats have a small auxiliary engine for when there is no wind or for manouvres, we will side with the version of a relatively small-speed motor boat with auxiliary or decorative sails.
A sailing boat is a boat propelled partly or entirely by sails. The generic term covers a variety of boats, larger than small vessels such as sailboards and smaller than sailing ships, but distinctions in the size are not strictly defined and what constitutes a sailing ship, sailboat, or a smaller vessel (such as a sailboard) varies by region and maritime culture. Apart from size, sailboats may be distinguished by their hull configuration (monohull, catamaran, trimaran), keel type (full, fin, wing, centerboard etc.), purpose (sport, racing, cruising), number and configuration of masts, and sail plan.
Power Boats or Cruisers
A pleasure boat powered exclusively by a power engine, thus achieving higher speed and able to travel longer distances in comfort, yet not necessarily offering the same pleasure of contact with the sea.
|Luxury Sailing Cruise In Athens Riviera With Lunch |
Small Group- $150.24
Get ready for a unique cruise one of the most beautiful coasts, the Athenian Riviera! A wonderful combination of golden beaches and crystal clear waters. The warm hospitality, the bare landscape with scattered little chapels, makes the trip in the Saronic Gulf amazing! Set sails with this luxury sailing yacht to the beautiful island complex of the Argosaronic, anchor in the unspoiled bays of rare beauty and swim safely on beaches with turquoise waters. Once you have made the trip, you will remember it forever!