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+100 boats available

Blue Diamond (2000)

Athens
8
With captain
 19 · Super owner

From $2,005 per day

No license required - Starting from Lagonisi (2022)

Athens
5
Without captain
 10 · Super owner

From $212 per day

ATHENIAN RIVIERA PRIVATE FULL DAY SAILING CRUISES (2020)

Athens
8
With captain

From $2,674 per day

ATHENIAN RIVIERA PRIVATE HALF DAY SAILING CRUISES (2020)

Athens
8
With captain

From $1,671 per day

Beneteau Oceanis 46 (2010)

Athens
10
Without captain

From $382 per day

Luxury Motorsailer ROTA II (1958)

Athens
6
With captain

From $1,337 per day

SEA DREAM (2017)

Athens
9
With or without a captain
 1 · Super owner

From $557 per day

Dream Luxury Yacht (1990)

Athens
6
With captain
 10 · Super owner

From $1,114 per day

No license required - Starting from Lagonisi (2022)

Athens
5
Without captain
 8 · Super owner

From $201 per day

New Horizons 2 (2016)

Athens
11
Without captain

From $2,228 per day

Lagoon 560 (2016)

Athens
8
With captain

From $478 per day

Ferretti 53 flybridge (2000)

Athens
7
With captain
 12 · Super owner

From $1,671 per day

Daily Cruises in the Athenian Riviera! - Refit in 2019 (2001)

Athens
8
With captain
 11 · Super owner

From $891 per day

Beneteau Oceanis 40.1 (2022)

Athens
10
With captain
 1

From $544 per day

Sunseeker Camargue 47 (1996)

Athens
6
With captain
 7 · Super owner

From $1,894 per day

New motorboat available for daily & multi-day trips! (2020)

Athens
5
With captain
 1

From $891 per day

Axopar 37 XC 2020 Athens Greece (2020)

Athens
4
With or without a captain
 7 · Super owner

From $1,337 per day

Daily and multi-day charters starting from Athens! (2010)

Athens
5
With captain
 3

From $891 per day

Boat Rental in Athens with Click&Boat 

Would you like to rent a boat in Athens? Take a look at our varied choice of boats. Click&Boat has a selection of sailboats, catamarans and powerboats both with and without skipper available in Athens, Greece. Enjoy a carefree sailing holiday in Greece with your friends or family. With more than 35,000 boats, Click&Boat is the largest boat hire website among individuals and professionals. If you are interested in one of the boats, you can contact the owner directly via our platform. Ask him or her all of your questions about the boat, its availability and your holiday plans. Then you can book the boat directly online at the best price!

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Athens?

Prices vary depending on the type of boat and the high or low season. It's relatively cheap to rent a boat in Athens, or Greece in general, compared to other European destinations. Powerboats or RIB's can be rented for half a day, full day or several days. A sailboat or catamaran is in many cases only rented per week (8 days). The changeover days take place on Saturday. 

A sailboat costs about $1200/week in low season and $2400/week in high season. 

A catamaran is slightly more expensive. Prices per week start from $4400/week in low season. 

You can rent a motorboat from $80/half day, or $130/day. If you do not have a boating license and would like to rent a boat with skipper, there will be an extra charge on top of the total price. A captiancosts about $150/ day. 

Island hopping in Greece

Greece is a popular holiday destination for sailing enthusiasts. With thousands of islands, pristine bays and a long coastline, Greece is a fantastic destination for a sailing holiday! A boating or sailing holiday in Greece often starts from the capital, Athens. As you can easily fly from the Netherlands to Athens at affordable prices. In addition, if you don't have a sailing licence, you can easily hire a boat with skipper.

Biggest ports in Athens

Athens is located directly on the waterfront and is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea. It is a water sports paradise. In Athens you will find several marinas:

  • Port of Piraeus
  • Alimos Marina
  • Flisvos Marina
  • Athens Marina
  • D-Marin Zea

The Port of Piraeus is the largest and most famous port in Athens, located 12km from the city. It is probably the most important port in the Mediterranean. The Alimos Marina has one of the largest berth capacity in Greece, located 15 km from Athens. Most sailboats, yachts and catamarans are located in Alimos Marina.

Electricity and water supply are available in all ports. In addition, the lighting at the entrance to the port ensures easy entry. And you will also find a petrol station, car park and restaurant here. Prices may vary with regard to demurrage. However, it is true that the demurrage in Greece is considerably lower compared to other European destinations. For one night in a Greek port you often pay no more than $20.

What to do in Athens

Athens is the largest city in Greece and one of the oldest cities in the world. No matter if you go on holiday with friends or family, Athens offers everything you are looking for. Often referred to as the cradle of Western civilisation, Athens is a city where memories of a glorious past merge with the temptations of Europe's most cosmopolitan cities. Athens is the world's oldest cultural centre, and despite difficult times it is still buzzing with cultural events, from concerts and art exhibitions to festivals.

If you decide to visit the House of Socrates and Plato, you will have plenty of activities to do. An absolutely inevitable point in Athens is the Acropolis, the upper city, recognised as one of the finest examples of classical Greek art and architecture. There you will find the striking symbol of the city, the Parthenon - a temple dedicated to the goddess Athena. In addition to the Parthenon, there is also the Erechtheum, known for its columns in the form of female figures - caryatids.

Most beautiful islands in Greece

Greece is known as a country with rugged coasts, many islands and beautiful bays. Renting a boat in Athens is the perfect way to discover the country. Athens is located directly on the waterfront and from several ports you can easily go in all directions. Some of the most beautiful islands in Greece are Lefkas, Santorini, Zakynthos, Mykonos and Kefalonia. All are easily accessible by boat from Athens.

Mykonos

Mykonosis one of the most beautiful islands of Greece with its stone walls, charming living architecture and is located quite close to Athens. Known for its windmills, beautiful sea, long sandy beaches and hilly areas, the island is sure to appeal to every tourist. The most recognisable part of Mykonos is known as Little Venice, with colourful houses, facades and balconies.

Zakynthos

Another interesting sailing destination is the island of Zakynthos, where some of the most famous beaches are located, such as the shipwrecked beach of Navigo. Zakynthos is part of the Cyclades archipelago. It is a popular sailing destination, as it is perfect for island hopping. The picturesque island is a popular holiday destination known for its beautiful beaches, historic town centre and many vineyards.

The Sporades

The Sporades, consisting of several islands including Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos, Skyros and some other smaller islands, are centrally located in the middle of the Aegean Sea.

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Michael
Sep 8, 2018
Great cruising areas, friendly people, stunning locations, good value for money, only charged 5 e for overnight stays for a 11m boat, some places not charged at all, would recommend it to anybody going to charter a yacht,only complaint would be the amount of space available in some of the harbours, how to visit again soon
Nasos
Oct 20, 2019
We have visited Kea and Kythnos.30 minutes from the city center and another 45 minutes to swim in Cyclades! Kea and Kythnos are very close and you can visit them both in a one day! We start around 9:30 and return by the sunset.... Just a full day full of fun, sun and absolutely unique beaches!!
Klaas
Oct 20, 2019
Enjoy the Greek way of living. Fresh fish, good salads and above all: infinite hospitality! We visited several villages (like Hydra, Ermioni, Perdika, Poros). However, if you enjoy the 'wild life' ... it's fun to have a sleep in on of the hundreds of nice bays. Go to Hydra ... nice city ... although crowded ... it's beautiful. Sleep in the bays near Poros (they are quiet and beautiful).
CHRISTOPHER
Oct 14, 2019
Loved Athens! It is a city that just keeps giving and surprising us at every turn. Biggest surprise was the quality of the good and wine. The house red wine in every restaurant was excellent. Totally loved the local cuisine especially the tzaki, Greek salad, moussaka and mixed grill... yum!