Boat Rental in Greece with Click&Boat
Discover Greece by sailboat, motorboat, luxury yacht or catamaran. Situated along the Mediterranean Sea south of the Balkans, between the Ionian and Aegean Seas, Greece is the perfect destination for your boat rental. Its paradisiacal islands and transparent sea make it an ideal place to set sail with or without a captain. Anchor near the most beautiful beaches and coves of the Peloponnese and visit the heart of Ancient Greece, full of history and mythology.
How much does a boat rental cost in Greece?
The average price of a boat rental in Greece depends on several factors. Such as the season and rental duration, as well as the model and age of the vessel. When searching on Click&Boat for the perfect boat rental, be sure to take these factors into consideration.
- A boat rental in Greece starts at $75/day for 5 people on board. However during high season, expect to pay between $180/day and $365/day.
- The cost of a RIB rental in Greece starts at $200/day without a captain, and can typically accommodate up to 8 guests.
- A typical catamaran charter in Greece costs about $390/day and $610/day and can accommodate up to 10 people aboard, comfortably. For weekly catamaran rentals, expect to pay around $3,160/week.
- Daily sailboat rentals in Greece start at about $280/day for about 4 to 8 people on board.
- For luxury yacht rentals (motor yacht and sail yachts) in Greece, minimum daily prices start at $7,300/day and may cost up to $21,900/day.
For your next boat rental in Greece, you can request a captain and/or crew on board. Your captain will take care of everything from navigating, anchoring, and docking. Depending on the boat owner, services of a captain will either be included in the initial price or as an additional cost to the boat rental. To know for sure, send a message to the boat owner directly!
Where to rent a boat in Greece?
Here are some of our favorite Greek destinations for boat rentals:
- Boat Rental in Athens: One of the oldest cities in the world. Athens is a must during your stay in Greece. Here you can see the famous Parthenon, the remains of the ancient Agora, the famous Port of Piraeus and the Acropolis of Athens, a place steeped in history that rises in the heart of the city.
- Boat Rental in Mykonos: This famous island is one of the most visited in Greece. Its Mediterranean climate is ideal for enjoying the beaches of Super Paradise, Paranga Beach or Paradise Beach. Stroll along the charming Little Venice, located near the port.
- Boat Rental in Santorini: The archipelago of Santorini is one of the most atypical of the country with its picturesque villages with white walls stretching over the entire cliff and offering magnificent views. You can also visit the ruins of the ancient cities of Thera and Akrotiri. The volcano of Santorini will give a volcanic touch to your excursion to the Hellenic lands.
- Boat Rental in Corfu: This jewel in the Ionian Sea has an incomparable charm. A source of inspiration for artists, it has Venetian influences. You can stroll through its cobbled streets and book a boat to admire the beauty of Corfu from the ocean.
- Boat Rental in Milos: Situated in the Aegean Sea, the island of Milos is notably the place where the famous statue of the Venus de Milo was found. You can also rent a boat and take a walk around the Cyclades archipelago.
- Boat Rental in Rhodes: This Greek island, situated between the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, is a popular tourist destination. You can visit Rhodes, an ancient medieval city. At the entrance to its port was once the majestic Colossus of Rhodes, a gigantic statue (over 30 meters high!) of the Greek sun god Helios and considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.
Sailing Routes in Greece
A boat rental in Greece is an excellent and unique option to explore the beauty of the islands while enjoying maximum comfort on board.
- Rent a motorboat in Cyclades, with or without a captain, to discover the heavenly islands of Naxos and Paros and the riches of the region.
- Rent a sailboat in Greece and sail between islands of Paros, Mykonos and Rhodes in the Ionian Sea for the perfect sailing experience with family or friends, for a long holiday or an idyllic weekend.
- Explore the Aegean Sea to visit the Dodecanese archipelago on board. Check-out Kos, Chalki, and Leros... we are sure you're going to fall in love with the sheer beauty of the islands.
Discovering Greek Culture & Food
80% of Greece is made up of mountains and high reliefs such as Mount Olympus. As you venture through the streets of Athens, the capital, you can taste the delicious Moussaka, Scordalia, Dolmades and the local Tzatziki and then finish your meal with some Baklavas. Traditional Greek gastronomy also includes two typical drinks such as Retsina, a drink made from pine nuts, and Ouzo, an alcoholic drink made from aniseed. Greece, a country of paradoxes, a land of democracy, anarchy and tragedy, will let you appreciate its great cultural background, its history and its incomparable heritage.
Proud guardians of tradition, the Greeks have kept Dionysus' taste for celebration in an environment of relaxation and pleasure. Thus, evenings under the stars and good dinners are to be expected during your stay, ashore or on board a sailboat.