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Greece is split in many smaller areas that differ significantly:
- Sailing/Catamaran newbies best head for the Ionian Sea starting from Lefkas, Corfu or Preveza
- Experienced sailors are challenged by the windy cyclades or a one-way-trip
- Families should take a look at the Dodecanese from Rhodes or Kos, or at the Saronic Gulf from Athens
- If you like it quiet go for the Dodecanese
- Excellent yachting infrastructure and marinas can be found in the Ionian Sea
Greece, with one of the largest charter yacht populations worldwide, has all types of catamarans to offer, from sailing over power and crewed catamarans.
For the easier sailing areas such as the Ionian and Dodecanes any catamaran type is suitable. If you plan to head into the Cyclades or intend to cover longer distances we recommend to select one of the catamarans with better sailing abilities (Catana, Fountaine Pajot, ...) or a bigger catamaran. In the Cyclades the yachting infrastructure is less developed, therefore a Generator and Watermaker make things easier, but are not mandatory.
The best pricing is available for Bareboat Catamarans between 38-42 feet and Crewed Catamarans between 45-52 feet.
What is the price level in Greece?
- Catamaran charter: Normal
- Provisioning (Supermarkt/Market): low
- Restaurants in towns: low (from 10 Euro incl. drink)
- Restaurants in small bays/tourist areas: low (from 15 Euro incl. drink)
- Harbour fees: Marinas normal (40ft from ca. 50,- Euro/night), town quais: low (ca. 10 Euro/night)
- Mooring buoys: hardly available in Greece
- Fuel: Regular European level
- Anchoring: Free
- Rhodes Palace of the Grand M;aster of the Knights
- Symi main town
- Sunset on Santorini
- Chora of Folegandros
- The port and the upper part of Syros town
- The temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounio
- Korinth channel
- Panagia Hozoviotissa monastery Amorgos
- The bay of Naoussa
- Sundowner in Hydra
- Porto Katsiki on Lefkada
- Gaios on Paxos
- Double beach Kolona on Kythnos
- Swimming stop at Sarakiniko and Kleftiko on Milos
- The "Small Cyclades"
THE GREEK CAPTAIN'S TODOs
Dock in third row in Hydra
Hike up to the Cyclades islands' old towns
Anchor in Meltemi
Plan to see Anafi and Fournoi
Need no shorepower
Tie with lines to the rocks
Visit the hotsprings in the sea
Also sail October-April
Anchor under sail
Know which route to take in Meltemi
Jump from Agios Nikolaos on Santorini
Squeeze into the narrowest spot in port
DIVERSITY AND OPTIONS
Hundreds of islands will give you thousands of options.
The barren Cyclades, the green Sporades, bay-hopping in the Dodecanese or passing the famous Corinth channel. Take a stop on the celebrity islands of Mykonos or Santorin for a night and visit the historic sites of Rhodes, Delos and on Peloponnese in the next glimpse.
Please follow below links to external tourism websites of the respective regions.