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Hire Motor yacht Ferretti 591 Mykonos
Mykonos
4.9
 (35)

Ferretti 591 Fly Bridge in Mykonos (2006)

15
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From £1,892 per day

Hire Motor yacht Cantieri Navali Italy Chania
Chania
4.7
 (34)

Balos Star (2000)

22
5
With a skipper

From £1,258 per day

Hire Sailing yacht Wooden Gullet Lefkada
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Lefkada

Wooden Galleon Replica - “Corsaro del Santa Maura” (2011)

11
11
With a skipper

From £843 per day

Hire Motor yacht Princess V53 Corfu
Corfu
5.0
 (2)

Princess Daily Cruises/Weekly Charters (2007)

10
4
Super owner
Without a skipper

From £1,408 per day

Hire Motor yacht Ferretti 58/64 Up to 24 guests Mykonos
Mykonos
4.7
 (10)

The great Ferretti 58/64 (1991)

24
8
With a skipper

From £2,147 per day

Hire Motor yacht Custom Made 55 Flybridge Athens
Athens
4.7
 (9)

QUEEN YACHT (2002)

6
6
With a skipper

From £1,479 per day

Hire Motor yacht PRINCESS Fly Bridge 47ft Corfu
Corfu
5.0
 (5)

Princess 47ft Fly Bridge (1990)

10
6
With a skipper

From £1,188 per day

Hire Motor yacht Gulf Craft Majesty 66 Corfu
Corfu
5.0
 (6)

Luxury motor yacht for rent in Greece (Corfu) (2010)

10
8
Super owner
With a skipper

From £2,200 per day

Hire Motor yacht Cantieri di Pisa Akhir 27 Paros
Paros
4.2
 (4)

Cantieri di Pisa Akhir 27 available in Mykonos and Athens (1996)

25
12
Without a skipper

From £5,281 per day

Hire Motor yacht Princess 55 Athens
Athens
5.0
 (8)

Princess 55 (2003)

16
8
Super owner
With a skipper

From £1,672 per day

Hire Motor yacht Aicon Aicon 60 Athens
Athens
4.6
 (5)

Luxury All Inclusice Cruise (2011)

12
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From £2,288 per day

Hire Motor yacht Vish STALCA Corfu
Corfu
4.8
 (3)

STALCA (1971)

8
8
Super owner
With a skipper

From £968 per day

Hire Motor yacht JOKER MEGA YACHT IN HYDRA Hydra
Hydra
5.0
 (2)

JOKER YACHTING CLUB (2006)

8
2
With a skipper

From £1,672 per day

Hire Motor yacht San Lorenzo Sl72 Rethymno
Rethymno
5.0
 (8)

San Lorenzo SL72 (1991)

1
12
Super owner
With a skipper

From £1,408 per day

Hire Motor yacht Baia Aqua 54 Zakynthos
Zakynthos
4.9
 (3)

Daphne - Baia Aqua 54 17m (2004)

10
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From £1,100 per day

Hire Motor yacht Leopard 43 PC Rhodes
Rhodes
4.6
 (5)

BOSS (2017)

25
12
Super owner
With a skipper

From £2,728 per day

Hire Motor yacht Fairline Squadron Squadron 55 Kos
Kos
5.0
 (15)

Crewed MotorYacht Kardamena, Kos (1997)

8
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From £1,228 per day

Hire Motor yacht Canados 86 Athens
Athens

Motor yacht Canados 86 27.00m 2800hp (2008)

10
10
Without a skipper

From £5,492 per day

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See the Greek Islands on your own yacht!



Frequently remembered for its historical, scientific and cultural contributions, Greece is a country that also offers some of the world's most incredible natural beauty. Located in the south/southeast of Europe, Greece boasts over 13,000 kilometres of coastline, spread among its more than 1,400 paradisical islands. Not to mention that the Greek territory lies midway between Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East, so it's safe to say that your experiences around the Greek Islands on your yacht can take you to many other places, with the freedom and privacy that only a private yacht charter can provide.

With the Mediterranean climate, nautical tourism in Greece is much appreciated, not only because of its strategic location but first of all for the paradisiacal beauty of its beaches, of white sand and crystal clear waters, always surrounded by beautiful mountains (did you know that the Greek territory is 80% mountains?!), everyone can enjoy a yacht trip there. From those looking for party and movement to those seeking peace and quiet, with 1,400 islands, renting a yacht in Greece allows you to create a super fun and personalized itinerary!

A yacht rental in Greece will allow you to explore the far corners of this ancient civilization at your own pace. With a yacht rental, you can set off on an island-to-island adventure in the Aegean Sea, going from cosmopolitan Idra to vibrant Mykonos and romantic Santorini. And don't forget the hundreds of small islands scattered along the way, often overlooked by traditional sightseeing tours.

With your yacht rental in Greece, you can discover caves and remote beaches, away from crowds and the millions of tourists that sometimes crowd the most famous spots during the summer.



Greece: the most romantic destination


With its romantic setting and ancient history, Greece has a special place in the hearts of the amorous who wish to celebrate their union in a comfortable, yet very beautiful environment. With a yacht rental in Greece, share these unparalleled moments with the sunset of Santorini as a backdrop. And why not a honeymoon trip past Corfu, Zante or Lefkas.

The Dodecanese archipelago, including Rhodes, Nisyros, Kos and Symi is an ideal destination from early May to late September. Other renters may opt for a rental to propose to their loved ones on a Greek beach with a picturesque village or church as a backdrop. Last but not least, you can rent a yacht in Greece for your bachelor party: is there a better way to celebrate with friends?


Check out our suggestions for unmissable places to visit in Greece here


  • To begin your yacht tour of the Greek islands, we suggest starting with the largest, and one of the most impressive, the island of Crete. Having passed through the hands of several different peoples over the years (Byzantine, Roman, Venetian and Turkish), Crete is a place where the culture and energy are unique. Moor your yacht at the Old Venetian Port in Chania, a picturesque corner where fishermen leave their little boats, take a walk around the lighthouse and browse the little native shops, but get back on board in time to watch the sunset on the flybridge of your own yacht.

  • The beaches of Crete are the very definition of Greek paradise, starting with Balos Beach, considered one of the most beautiful in Europe. Soft white sand, crystal clear waters of an unbelievable blue, forming natural pools delicious for bathing and diving. This is a great beach for children, as the sea is very calm. Similar to this is Elafonissi Beach, also called the Mediterranean Caribbean, with its waters in various shades of blue, but also perfect to spend the day relaxing.

  • Rhodes, on the other hand, is a fortified medieval town, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, and has dozens of monuments to visit. The village of Lindos is one of the most impressive, especially its Acropolis, overlooking the sea. The beaches of Faliraki and Tsambika are among the most popular for families, for their paradisiacal images and calm waters, very famous even, for the practice of water sports, such as wakeboarding and snorkelling. For a more exclusive experience, São Paulo Bay is a good choice. Surrounded by rock formations and cliffs, this bay forms a wonderful natural pool, with a shallow sea and crystal clear waters, very good for taking a dip in tranquility.

  • On Zakynthos Island lies one of the most famous beaches in Greece lately, Shipwreck Beach. This small cove of deep blue waters, located between white cliffs, holds the wreck of a ship that ran aground in the 1980s. The beach paradise added to this mysterious composition makes us feel like in an adventure movie. Not to mention that on the other side of this cove there is the Hidden Treasure Cave, to make the heart beat even stronger.

  • Santorini, for its part, is known as one of the trendiest places in Greece. But this volcanic island holds within itself some of the most exotic beaches in the country, picturesque beaches with red stones and sand. Praia Vermelha, for example, is a great option for mooring your yacht if you're looking for isolation. For those looking for movement and structure, Perissa Beach is your go-to, with bars and restaurants.

  • Mykonos Island is also very popular with tourists, and its beaches are worth a visit. If you are going with kids, Ornos Beach is a paradise beach with clear but calm waters, and a good structure of restaurants and services, should you need it. For those who like deserted beaches, sail in your yacht to Kapari Beach, for a day of peace and quiet. Prepare your lunch and drinks on board and enjoy the day on the sand without any stress!

  • For the curious and adventurous, Myrtos Beach on the island of Cephalonia is a must. With crystal clear waters of a wonderful turquoise blue, this sea reveals in its bottom hidden caves of chilling. This is also a more deserted beach, for the quiet ones.


Greece has many more nautical destinations than we could imagine or describe here, there are thousands of paradisiacal beaches to satisfy all tastes and travel desires. The best part of getting to know this region through a yacht rental, is that you can create your own itinerary, choose your must-see beaches, islands and monuments and climb on board! No queues, no crowds, no forced and expensive tours. Just you, your friends or family and the Greek Islands! 

 


Good to know

Number of yachts:230 yachts available
Types of yachts:with or without a skipper
Average price: £3,250 per day
Minimum price: £50 per day
Maximum price: £15,000 per day
Manufacturers:Hanse, Beneteau, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Greece

What is the price of hiring a yacht for a day in Greece?

The average cost of hiring a yacht in Greece is £3,250 per day. The hire price can vary due to factors such as the time of year, the year the boat was made, and the boat's equipment. Depending on these factors, a yacht hire can cost between £50 and £15,000 per day.

How much does a skipper cost in Greece per day?

The price of a skipper differs depending on where you are and the boat's owner. In Greece, you can expect to pay an average of £182 per day for a skipper.

What is a yacht's typical sleeping capacity in Greece?

The average yacht you can hire in Greece has 7 berths. But, there are yachts available with up to 42 berths.

Can you request a skipper or crew when hiring a yacht in Greece?

You can request a skipper when chartering a yacht in Greece. There are around 5 yachts with skippers available on Click&Boat. Moreover, you have the option to hire a crewed yacht with kitchen and serving staff.

When hiring a yacht in Greece, how many people can fit onboard?

A yacht in Greece has an average maximum capacity of 11 people.

Hire a motor yacht near Greece

In Greece, privately owned boats are available for hire. See other boats in the area.

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