Rent a boat in Kefalonia with or without a licence

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With or without a skipper
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2004 - 2025
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+100 boats available

Yacht in Cephalonia (2004)

Kefalonia
4
With a skipper
 10

From €1,800 per day

Cruisers 2670 (1995)

Kefalonia
8
With a skipper
 12  · Super owner

From €700 per day

Poros of Kefalonia (2019)

Kefalonia
4
Without a skipper
 1

From €120 per day

KEFALONIA - Jack Sparrow (2019)

Kefalonia
5
Without a skipper
 1

From €188 per day

Poros of Kefalonia (2004)

Kefalonia
5
With a skipper

From €350 per day

Daily trips (2013)

Kefalonia
8
With a skipper

From €1,200 per day

Ocean Star 51.2 (ALL-INCLUSIVE DAILY TRIPS AVAILABLE) (2005)

Kefalonia
6
With a skipper
 4  · Super owner

From €857 per day

Daily Cruises (2012)

Kefalonia
7
Without a skipper

From €240 per day

Daily cruises (2012)

Kefalonia
7
Without a skipper

From €240 per day

KEFALONIA - DAVY JONES (2015)

Kefalonia
4
Without a skipper

From €140 per day

KEFALONIA - WILL TERNER (2019)

Kefalonia
5
With or without a skipper
 3

From €180 per day

Marvel 960 (2018)

Kefalonia
8
With a skipper

From €800 per day

Daitan 33 with Skipper in Kefalonia (2011)

Kefalonia
10
With a skipper

From €732 per day

Daily Cruises in Kefalonia (1995)

Kefalonia
12
With a skipper
 3

From €450 per day

KEFALONIA - F. Duch - LICENSE NOT REQUIRED (2023)

Kefalonia
6
With or without a skipper
 1

From €280 per day

Poseidon Blue Water 170 - NO LICENSE (2020)

Kefalonia
5
Without a skipper
 16  · Super owner

From €210 per day

''MY YACHT'' Mochi 50 Caliari daily charter boat (2007)

Kefalonia
4
With a skipper
 4  · Super owner

From €2,000 per day

Nikita 500 (2018)

Kefalonia
6
With or without a skipper
 2  · Super owner

From €220 per day

Yacht charter in Kefalonia with Click&Boat

Kefalonia is the largest of the Ionian Island archipelago, located in the beautiful country of Greece. Some might know it as the home of Odysseus, the epic hero in Homer’s ‘The Odyssey’ while others might associate it with the film “Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.” When you visit Kefalonia you’ll begin to understand why it has been a source of inspiration for film and literature; sparkling sapphire waters juxtaposed with the backdrop of steep cliffs, the natural setting of Kefalonia alone is enough to take your breath away. For a truly special holiday experience, consider a yacht charter in Kefalonia where you can discover the coastal villages dotting the coastline, unearth the secrets of underwater caves and even go island hopping in the Ionian. What are you waiting for? Charter a yacht in Kefalonia with Click&Boat and start creating unforgettable memories. Remember that also yacht charter in Lefkada provides an exceptional opportunity to explore the stunning Ionian Sea and its picturesque Greek islands in luxury and comfort.

What is the price of bareboat charters near me?

The price of a bareboat charter in Kefalonia will depend on a number of factors such as the time of year you’re travelling, the number of people in your party and the size and type of vessel you choose. Of course, any extra amenities or services on board will also affect the price. Below are some average prices of a bareboat charter in Kefalonia by boat type.

Sailboat

Our prices for sailboat rentals begin at €257/day and €1,800/week in the low season and €350/day and €2,450/week in the high season

Motorboat

Our prices for motorboat rentals begin at €180/day in the low season and €220/ day in the high season.

RIBs

Our prices for RIB rentals begin at €350/day in the low and high season.

What is included in the cost?

The cost includes the use of your chosen vessel for the duration of your Kelafonia boat charter. The essential safety equipment will be included to ensure that you and your guests have a secure and worry-free journey!

The final cost may differ depending on the additional services and extras that are provided by the boat owner. Fuel will typically require an additional payment and will depend on the type of boat you choose and the length of your journey.

What can you see and do on a boat rental in Kefalonia?

As it is the largest island in the archipelago, it should come as no surprise that there’s a lot to see and do there. Here is a list of some of our favourite activities to do while on a yacht charter in Kefalonia.

  • Sail in the Karavomilos Lake and learn about the incredible network of underwater caves that connects everything together.
  • Cruise through the azure waters surrounding the Melissani cave, one of the most iconic tourist attractions on the island. While there you can snorkel and discover the colourful marine life below.
  • Practise any water sport that you can imagine at Antisamos Beach. Here you’ll see people sunbathing, swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving in the sparkling water.
  • Visit one of the most beautiful traditional villages on the island, Fiscardo. While there you can stroll through the village and see charming architecture.
  • Watch the sunset at Myrtos Beach. While sitting on the white sands you can marvel at the pastel hues painting the mountaintops of the two mountains surrounding the beach. If you want a better view you can climb to the clifftops!
  • See the large turtles at Koutavos Lagoon in Argostoli and walk along the world’s longest bridge built over the sea, De Bosset Bridge.
  • Go sea kayaking in Argostoli, Antisamos, Skala and Xi, and see the views of the island from the water!

Where to sail during a Kefalonia boat rental?

There are a multitude of locations to visit on the island of Kefalonia. Here are some of our must-sees:

  • Fiskardo: Fiskardo is a charming coastal town situated on the northern tip of Kefalonia. It is a popular sailing destination due to its scenic harbor, colourful houses, and excellent facilities for sailors.
  • Assos: Located on the northwest coast of Kefalonia, Assos is a small and tranquil village that offers a serene sailing experience. It is nestled in a picturesque bay surrounded by lush green hills and offers breathtaking views and crystal clear waters.
  • Lixouri: Lixouri is the second largest town on the island and is located on the Paliki Peninsula, which is just a short sail away from Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia.
  • Ithaca: Although not technically part of Kefalonia, Ithaca is a nearby island that is worth exploring during your sailing trip. It is known as the legendary home of Odysseus and offers a tranquil and unspoiled natural beauty.

What is the best time to rent a boat in Kefalonia?

If you’re considering a yacht charter in Kefalonia, the best time to visit would be between May and November, excluding the month of October, which is the rainiest month on the island. During this time period, you’ll have warm weather with highs of 28°C in August and warm water temperatures as well. Of course, the summertime is the best time to visit for those who love hot weather, but be aware that this is the high tourist season on the island which means that it will be crowded and the prices of boat rentals will be higher than average. If you don’t mind slightly cooler weather we suggest visiting in May, June or September when you’ll have better deals on boats and perfect weather for sailing!

Yacht charter in Kefalonia with a skipper!

At Click&Boat, we make sailing accessible to everyone, even people without a license to sail. We have a large fleet in Kefalonia including bareboat charters as well as skippered vessels, for people who want someone else to take control. It’s true that boat rentals with a skipper on board tend to be more expensive, but the extra cost is worth it! It’s a service that we highly recommend.

 Skippers will handle all of the sailing logistics so you can relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery, as well as spend quality time with the ones you love. Skippers can help you plan out your Kefalonia sailing itinerary and add some hidden gems to your list that you wouldn’t have known about otherwise. How does exploring a hidden cove that is only accessible by boat sound?

For a more personalised and unique sailing holiday, charter a yacht in Kefalonia with a skipper!

What type of boat is best for a Kefalonia yacht charter?

Having such a large fleet to choose from might be overwhelming but not to worry, we’re here to help. When deciding which type of boat to choose for your yacht charter in Kefalonia, you have to consider how long you’ll be on board. For a shorter holiday, we suggest a motorboat or RIB, as they can be rented by the day and they go fast, allowing you to see everything in no time. If you plan to be on board for longer we’d recommend a vessel with more space and amenities such as a catamaran or a yacht. They will have everything you need such as a kitchen, cabin and bathroom to accommodate your needs out on the water. If you have a lot of sailing experience you might be keen on a sailboat rental but be advised that they are unstable vessels and although they provide an authentic sailing experience, they may not be suitable for novice sailors, pregnant people or those who get seasick easily.

Take a look at the capacity of our boats below:

Sailboat

Our sailboats accommodate up to 8 guests and include up to 3 cabins.

Motorboat

Our motorboats accommodate up to 10 guests.

RIB

Our RIBs accommodate up to 12 guests.

Popular Ports and Mooring Fees

There are many places to dock your boat hire in Kefalonia. Here are some of our favourites:

  • Fiskardo Port: Fiskardo is a picturesque and vibrant port located on the northern tip of Kefalonia. It offers a range of amenities for sailors, including a well-equipped marina. The mooring fees in Fiskardo Port vary depending on the length of your boat and the duration of your stay.
  • Argostoli Port: Argostoli is the capital of Kefalonia and features a bustling port that serves as the main hub for ferry connections to and from the island. While there isn't a dedicated marina in Argostoli, you can find ample space for mooring along the waterfront. The mooring fees here are generally lower compared to marinas, and they can range from €10 to €30 per night.

Good to know

Number of boats:50 boats available
Types of boats:Motorboat, RIB, Without license
Average price: €468 per day
Minimum price: €120 per day
Maximum price: €3,000 per day
Manufacturers:Jeanneau, Hanse, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Kefalonia

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Kefalonia for a day?

The average cost of renting a boat in Kefalonia is around €468 per day. Various factors can influence the cost of a boat charter, such as the season, the year the boat was built, and the equipment. The prices can vary between €120 and €3,000 per day.

How much does a skipper cost per day in Kefalonia?

The price of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Kefalonia, you can expect to pay an average of €115 per day for a skipper.

What is the average length of a boat in Kefalonia?

The average length of a boat in Kefalonia is 9 meters.

Is fuel included in the cost of a boat charter in Kefalonia?

For most boats, fuel is not included in the rental cost. In Kefalonia fuel is included in the price for 7 boats.

How many people can sleep on a boat in Kefalonia?

A boat in Kefalonia has on average 2 berths. You can find boats with up to 8 berths.

Our nearest destinations to Kefalonia

In Kefalonia, privately owned yachts are available for charter. See other yachts in the area.

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gerasimos
Oct 20, 2019
Kefalonia is beautiful island with many shelters for the boats, and beautiful islands nearby as well. Wind is always light, and there are also times with really helpful gasps for sailing. Early season from April and October is the ideal time for sailing in the area. Winter comes on the end of November to the end of March.
KONSTANTINOS
Jun 14, 2019
As always we say when in Kefalonia hop to Ithaca is a must and never disappointing. This time we did the cruise around South Ithaca, stop for some amazing secluded bays and walk the steps of Odysseus in the capital Vathy. It's also a good choice when weather is not perfect on the West side, because it's usually protected from the winds. Always a pleasure to cruise there!
Gary
May 31, 2019
Sami is a great harbour, Fiskardo is nice too, if a little ostentatious. The jewel in the crown is Assos