Rent a boat in Athens at the best price

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Sailing holidays in Greece! (2022)

Athens
8
With or without a skipper
 2

From $433 per day

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OCEANIS 41.1 (2017)

Athens
6
With or without a skipper

From $496 per day

Catamaran Lagoon 46 Fly 13m (2023)

Athens
8
Without a skipper

From $1,076 per day

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Astréa 42 12.58m (2021)

Athens
10
Without a skipper
 1

From $789 per day

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Bavaria 51 Cruiser, 2015 5 cab - 3 Wc + 1 shower room (2015)

Athens
10
With or without a skipper
 2

From $459 per day

Sailboat Bavaria 55 Cruiser 16m (2010)

Athens
10
Without a skipper

From $382 per day

Catamaran Lagoon 40 11m (2020)

Athens
10
With or without a skipper

From $609 per day

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Catamaran Lagoon 40 12.12m (2020)

Athens
10
With or without a skipper
 1

From $581 per day

Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 469 14m (2015)

Athens
8
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From $336 per day

Bavaria Cruiser 40 (2008)

Athens
6
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From $321 per day

Large and Comfortable Catamaran in Athens (2011)

Athens
10
With a skipper
 11

From $474 per day

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Bali 4.8 (2022)

Athens
12
With or without a skipper
 2  · Super owner

From $894 per day

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OCEAN STAR 51.2 (2005)

Athens
8
With or without a skipper

From $477 per day

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Sailboat Bavaria Cruiser 46 13m (2019)

Athens
9
With or without a skipper
 1

From $413 per day

BEST FAMILY AND FRIENDS CATAMARAN 12M (2020)

Athens
10
With a skipper
 4

From $382 per day

Catamaran Bali 5.4 16m (2019)

Athens
12
With a skipper

From $2,520 per day

Sailboat Dufour 560 Grand Large 17m (2014)

Athens
6
With a skipper

From $1,650 per day

HANSE 458 (2020)

Athens
10
With or without a skipper
 1

From $367 per day

Boat rental in Athens with Click&Boat

Athens, steeped in history and myth, has captivated the hearts of wanderers for centuries. From the awe-inspiring Acropolis to the charming Plaka district, this bustling metropolis offers a treasure trove of cultural landmarks and architectural marvels. But did you know that Athens also boasts a breathtaking maritime landscape? Nestled between the azure Saronic Gulf and the majestic Ionian Seas, it sets the stage for idyllic boating escapades and unveils a world of hidden treasures.

Picture yourself gliding along the gentle waves, soaking up the Mediterranean sun, and feeling the refreshing sea breeze on your face. Renting a boat in Athens is the perfect way to escape the bustling city and immerse yourself in the tranquility of the sea! Discover secluded coves and charming fishing villages, anchor near beautiful beaches accessible only by boat, and dive into the clear waters that invite you to explore vibrant marine life.

Click&Boat is your ultimate gateway to boat rentals in Athens. We connect you with local boat owners, offering an extensive fleet of vessels to suit every taste and preference. From luxurious yachts for a lavish charter experience to sleek motorboats for thrilling island hopping, you'll find the perfect vessel to embark on your Athenian nautical odyssey! Our trusted community of boat owners ensures that you receive top-notch service and expert guidance, allowing you to navigate the sea with confidence and create cherished memories.

Athens is not only a gateway to the Aegean Sea but also a springboard to the magnificent Greek islands. Experience the magic of the Cyclades, with their whitewashed villages and turquoise waters, or set sail to the alluring Ionian Islands, known for their lush landscapes and pristine beaches. With Click&Boat, you can discover these captivating destinations and tailor your adventure, all while reveling in the comfort and luxury of a yacht charter!

Where to sail to in Athens

Athens, with its perfect location, opens up a world of possibilities for captivating sailing adventures. From the bustling shores of Alimos Marina to the serene waters of the Saronic Gulf, there is no shortage of incredible destinations to explore. Whether you're seeking a day trip or a longer voyage, Athens provides a launching pad to an array of picturesque islands and coastal gems, each offering its unique allure and charm.

Here are some of the best destinations to sail to from Athens:

  • Aegina: Just a short sail from Athens, Aegina entices with its vibrant atmosphere and historical significance. Explore ancient temples, meander through charming streets, and indulge in delicious local cuisine.
  • Hydra: Step into a postcard-perfect paradise as you arrive at Hydra, a car-free island renowned for its captivating architecture, crystal-clear waters, and tranquil ambiance.
  • Poros: A verdant gem nestled in the Saronic Gulf, Poros enchants visitors with its lush landscapes, scenic beaches, and charming waterfront lined with traditional tavernas.
  • Kea: Known for its untouched beauty and serenity, Kea boasts stunning beaches, picturesque villages, and hiking trails that reveal breathtaking views over the Aegean Sea.
  • Cyclades Islands: Set sail towards the Cyclades archipelago, where legendary islands such as Mykonos, Santorini, and Paros await, each offering its distinctive charm and awe-inspiring vistas.
  • Ionian Islands: Venture west to the Ionian Sea and discover the mesmerizing islands of Corfu, Kefalonia, and Zakynthos, known for their emerald waters, lush landscapes, and rich cultural heritage.

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

The cost to rent a boat in Athens will vary. Depending on the type of boat, time of year, length of rental, and more, the price will change.

  • A sailboat costs about $1,200 for a week in the low season and $2,400 for a week in the high season.
  • A weekly catamaran rental starts at $4,400 per week in the low season.
  • You can rent a motorboat starting at $80 for a half day, or $130 for a full day. If you do not have a boating license and would like to rent a boat with a skipper, there will be an extra charge on top of the total price.
  • A luxury yacht charter can cost $2,000 or more per day.

When is the best time to go?

Athens enjoys a fantastic Mediterranean climate, making it a great destination for boat adventures all year round. From April to June and September to October, you'll find the sweet spot with warm temperatures, fewer crowds, and steady winds. These months give you the perfect opportunity to enjoy pleasant weather, explore the islands without the tourist rush, and have a more relaxed sailing trip.

If you're seeking the quintessential summer experience, the months of July and August are the best time to go. Get ready for long, sunny days and an electric atmosphere as Athens and the Greek islands come alive. Dive into the sparkling waters, kick back on lively beaches, and get a taste of the lively nightlife. Just keep in mind that summer is a popular time to visit, so expect bigger crowds.

What is there to do/see in Athens?

Discover this ancient city with sightseeing

Athens, the vibrant capital of Greece, offers an abundance of captivating sights and experiences that will leave you awe-inspired. Start your journey by exploring the iconic Acropolis, home to the magnificent Parthenon, and immerse yourself in ancient history as you wander through the ruins of the Agora.

Stroll along the picturesque streets of Plaka, the city's oldest neighborhood, filled with charming shops, cozy cafes, and traditional tavernas. Don't forget to visit the impressive National Archaeological Museum, where countless artifacts unveil the rich heritage of Greece. From historical landmarks to charming neighborhoods, Athens is a treasure trove waiting to be discovered.

Taste the local cuisine

No visit to Athens is complete without savoring its delectable cuisine. Indulge in mouthwatering Greek dishes such as souvlaki, moussaka, and spanakopita, each bursting with flavors and aromas. Immerse yourself in the vibrant food scene by exploring the vibrant Central Market (Varvakeios), where you can find fresh produce, local delicacies, and spices that add an extra flair to your culinary adventures.

For a truly authentic experience, head to the neighborhood of Psirri, known for its trendy restaurants and traditional ouzeries, where you can enjoy mezze plates and sip on ouzo, Greece's famous anise-flavored liquor.

Explore Athens by night!

Athens also offers a vibrant nightlife that caters to all tastes. Experience the bustling energy of the city as you explore its vibrant bar scene in areas like Gazi and Kolonaki. From trendy rooftop bars with panoramic views of the Acropolis to lively clubs playing the latest music, Athens offers nightlife that will keep you entertained until the early morning hours.

Additionally, don't miss the opportunity to catch a performance at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, an ancient amphitheater that hosts concerts, theater performances, and dance shows, providing a truly unique cultural experience.

The harbors in Athens

  • Alimos Marina: Located just a stone's throw away from the city center, Alimos Marina is the largest marina in Athens and a major hub for boating enthusiasts. This bustling harbor offers state-of-the-art facilities and a wide range of services. From here, you can set sail to explore the mesmerizing Saronic Gulf and its picturesque islands.
  • Flisvos Marina: Situated in the charming coastal neighborhood of Palaio Faliro, Flisvos Marina is known for its modern infrastructure and upscale ambiance. With its elegant waterfront promenade, trendy cafes, and fine dining options, Flisvos Marina is a perfect starting point for a memorable sailing adventure.
  • Zeas Marina: Located in the bustling neighborhood of Piraeus, Zeas Marina offers a bustling atmosphere and easy access to the nearby islands. This vibrant harbor boasts a lively waterfront lined with tavernas, bars, and shops. Zeas Marina is a popular choice for both local boaters and visitors alike, providing an opportunity to soak up the energetic maritime culture of Athens.
  • Lavrio Marina: Situated in the town of Lavrio, approximately 40 miles southeast of Athens, Lavrio Marina is a gateway to the stunning Cyclades islands. This picturesque harbor is an excellent starting point for exploring destinations like Kea, Kythnos, and Serifos. Lavrio Marina offers a tranquil and charming atmosphere, surrounded by traditional tavernas and cafes.

Good to know

Number of boats:1011 boats available
Types of boats:Sailboat, Catamaran, Motorboat
Average price:$887 per day
Minimum price:$50 per day
Maximum price:$14,710 per day
Manufacturers:Marinello, Dufour, and more

Frequently Asked Questions about Athens

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

The average cost of renting a boat in Athens is around $887 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 $50 and $14,710 per day.

How much does a skipper cost per day in Athens?

The price of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the owner of the boat. In Athens, you can expect to pay an average of $197 per day for a skipper.

What are the most popular boat manufacturers in Athens?

The most popular boat manufacturers in Athens are Marinello and Dufour.

Can I add equipment like snorkel gear, SUP boards or a wakeboard to my boat rental in Athens?

Many owners offer various extras that you can add to your booking in Athens. This can be for example GPS, Bimini or Automatic pilot.

Can you rent a boat in Athens without a license?

In Athens there are 292 boats that you can rent without a license. You can also rent many boats with a skipper.

Our nearest destinations to Athens

In Athens, privately owned boats are available for rental. See other boats in the area.

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Ryan
Sep 4, 2022
We loved sailing from Athens since there were so many places to go! We got to go to the Saronic islands and we really enjoyed being able to island hop to these beautiful spots.
Alex
May 26, 2022
Athens is an amazing city and the Aegan sea was incredibly beautiful. Would gladly return!
Lucas
Apr 23, 2022
Amazing place for sailing. Athens has a huge port with many options and the weather is incredible.
Danielle
Jul 9, 2020
The old town of Athens was remarkable and is worth a couple of days to visit. I recommend trying to stay near the Acropolis so you can visit everything on foot. There are some nice apartments for rent with better locations than the hotels.