Hire a sailing boat in Greece

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Bookie Too - Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 39i (2007)

With or without a skipper
 18  · Super owner

From £233 per day

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Beneteau Cyclades 43.4 " La Luna" (2007)

With or without a skipper
 16  · Super owner

From £214 per day

Beneteau Oceanis 311 (RENOVATED 2022) (2001)

Without skipper

From £117 per day

Tailor Made Cruises in Rhodes with Sailboat! (1995)

With or without a skipper
 14  · Super owner

From £182 per day

Bavaria 47 Athens (2002)

Palaio Faliro
Without skipper
 13  · Super owner

From £208 per day

Atlantic 70 (1992)

With skipper
 11  · Super owner

From £332 per day

Magic sailing tour (2006)

With or without a skipper
 10  · Super owner

From £648 per day

Sailboat Bavaria Yacht BAVARIA 41 12.55m (2003)

Without skipper

From £194 per day

Grand Soleil 37R (1997)

With or without a skipper

From £173 per day

Beneteau First 36, 3 cabins (2023)

With skipper
 15  · Super owner

From £402 per day

Blueline III (1993)

With skipper
 68  · Super owner

From £636 per day

ELAN 384 impression (2007)

With or without a skipper
 6  · Super owner

From £193 per day

Jeanneau Sunshine 38 (1989)

With or without a skipper
 9  · Super owner

From £163 per day

Bavaria 44 "Danai" (2004)

With or without a skipper
 7  · Super owner

From £175 per day

Beneteau Oceanis 41.1 - Sailing holidays from Athens (2020)

With or without a skipper

From £454 per day

Beneteau first 45 F5 (1994)

Without skipper

From £227 per day

Private Luxury Full Day Trips on TREATON (16.15 m., A/C) (2009)

With skipper
 4  · Super owner

From £327 per day

MARANEL - Beneteau Oceanis 40.1 (2022)

With or without a skipper
 2  · Super owner

From £253 per day

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Sailboat Charter in Greece with Click&Boat

As the American novelist Henry Miller once said, “it takes a lifetime for someone to discover Greece, but it only takes an instance to fall in love with her”. With over 6000 islands to visit and a 10,000-mile-long coastline, Greece is a country that does not disappoint. Whether you’re interested in visiting rich archaeological sites; scuba-diving in crystal-clear waters or lounging around on pristine beaches, Greece has something for everyone. Rent a sailboat with Click&Boat to discover all of the places that this beautiful country has to offer.

Where to sail in Greece?

Since the dawn of time, Greece’s culture has been heavily influenced by the sea. There are countless destinations here to visit during your sailing holiday. Our favourites include:

  • The Cyclades Islands - this region is the most visited in the country. It is known for its whitewashed buildings, pristine beaches, hidden coves and hospitable locals. The most famous islands are Mykonos, known for its eclectic nightlife; and Santorini, for its stunning coastal views. If you fancy escaping the crowds, there are plenty of other islands to visit such as Paros, Naxos and Ios.
  • The Dodecanese Islands - close to neighbouring Turkey, these islands are known for their seclusive beaches, ancient archaeological sites and Byzantine architecture. The most famous islands include Kos and Rhodes, but we also recommend chartering a yacht in Leros and Tilos.
  • The Ionian Islands - situated in the northwest of Greece, this is the perfect place for an island-hopping holiday. These islands are known for their Venetian buildings, pine forests and award-winning beaches. Whether you are staying in Zakynthos, Corfu, Lefkada or one of the other four islands, this archipelago will guarantee a fantastic sailing experience.

How much is it to rent a sailboat in Greece?

The price of a sailboat charter in Greece can vary depending on the model, the condition and age of the sailboat, as well as the season and duration of the rental. The price also depends on the location where you rent your sailboat. In certain Greek islands like Mykonos or Santorini, the charter prices may be a bit more expensive than in other destinations in the country.

Typically, it is possible to rent a sailboat in Greece for £200/day in the low season and £350/day in the high season, while weekly charters start at £900/week. You can opt for a bareboat rental if you are feeling spontaneous or for a captain onboard. A skipper will be able to guide you to places which are off the beaten track and inaccessible by land. If you desire a more premium experience, you can also opt for a crew onboard, who will be here to cater to all of your needs.

The harbours in Greece

There are, unsurprisingly, hundreds of different harbours for your sailboat rental in Greece. Whether you are visiting a destination in the Ionian Sea, the Aegean Sea or the Mediterranean Sea, there are plenty of possibilities for mooring your vessel and visiting the surrounding area. Our favourite harbours include:

  • The Old Venetian Harbour in Chania, Crete
  • Port of Piraeus in Athens
  • Old Port of Naoussa on the island of Paros
  • Kos Marina on the island of Kos
  • Port of Naxos on the island of Naxos

What is there to see in Greece?

There are plenty of fantastic sailing areas in Greece, waiting to be discovered. There are many parts of the country which have become tourist hotspots, but there are still thousands of places which have remained unspoiled. Here is our ultimate guide for your next sailing holiday in Aphrodite’s waters.

Visit archaeological sites in the Cyclades

Only 20 minutes away from the party haven Mykonos, Delos is one of Greece’s best-kept secrets. The island, which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1990, boasts one of the richest and most important archaeological sites in the country. You could spend hours wandering around the exquisite ruins, which are considered to be the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis.

Dance away to ABBA in the Pelion region

For those of you who are fans of the Swedish musical group ABBA and have seen the film Mamma Mia, you will all know how special a holiday in Greece can be. But little did you know that the islands where the film takes place are very accessible to tourists, especially on a sailboat! If there is one thing that you should do, it should definitely be to sail along the coasts of Skiathos and Skopelos, blasting away all of the famous hits which appeared in the film!

The volcanic island of Milos - Greece’s hidden gem

Mykonos, Santorini, Kos, Rhodes… there are so many islands to choose from! But Greece also has so much more to offer, including islands which have unspoiled beaches and authentic villages. One of our favourite islands to visit is Milos. The island is by far one of the most beautiful in the country, yet still remains on the off-beaten track.

Set sail in the Saronic Gulf

Situated towards the southwest of Athens, the Saronic Gulf is full of surprises. Small islands with picturesque villages, rugged coves and white-sandy beaches are a few of the many sights to see here with your sailing yacht. This area is also one of the best in Greece for sailing, thanks to the neighbouring Attic mainland’s partial shelter from the summer Meltemi Wind.

What is the best time to go to Greece?

Greece’s ideal location in Southern Europe means that visitors can enjoy the sunshine and warm temperatures at most periods of the year. However, in the cooler months, the country is prone to more winds, meaning that the sailing conditions will not be the best. Ideally, we would recommend for you to rent a sailboat in Greece in June, September and October. During these months, the water temperature reaches 30°C and you will be able to escape the crowds.

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21. Aug 2017
We sailed to Egine (main marina), Poros (main marina), Hydra (Nikolaos) = an amazing cruise of one week :) Poros is well protected from N winds. It is a wonderful place to visit and there are very nice restaurants. I recommend. We didn't spend a lot of time in Athens. Maybe next time!