Bareboat Charter in Greece & Catamaran Sailing Holidays in the Greek Islands at the best price

Sailing in GreeceThis website allows you to send a request to multiple bareboat charter and catamaran owners in Greece. Choose from the entire range of catamarans and bareboat charter sailing yachts available throughout the Greek Islands.

You will save time & money on your next sailing holiday in the Greek Islands by receiving multiple competitive offers on sailing monohull yachts & catamarans.

Similar to hotel rooms, there are always different prices for the same charter yachts in Greece depending on who is offering the yacht; so its wise to "shop around". lets you easily cover the whole market with our Request Your Yacht form. has been providing this service for over 10 years and has helped thousands of sailors find a great yacht charter at a fair price.

Member Yacht Owners & Agents Represented on
AIB Sailng Mediterranean Sailing Group Kavas Yachting White Blue Seas Ask 2 Travel SA Epic Yachts & Villas Alia Yachting Catamaran Hellas Captain Dimitris HDM Sailing Istion Sailing Holidays Ortsa Sailing Seafarer Sailing Beyond Yachting EasySail Fancy Sailing Companies listed above are all members of one or more of the following:

Yacht Charter Options

Catamaran Charters in GreeceCatamaran Charters
are ever so popular in Greece and prefered for their comfort, space, entertaining ease and privacy. Available with or without skipper. Models available from Lagoon, Fountain Pajot, Nautitech

Bareboat Charter GreeceBareboat Monuhulls
The original bareboat yachts of Greece and the majority of the fleet. Available from 30-58 feet with or without skipper. Choose from Beneteau, Jeanneau, Dehler, Hanse, Elan, Bavaria and Ocean Star Yachts.

Crewed yacht charters in GreeceCrewed Yacht Charters
Luxurious and fully crewed sailing yachts with suites. Be totally catered to and pampered on your sailing holiday in Greece with professional and personalized service.

Learn To Sail in GreeceLean To Sail
Attend an ASA sailing school in Greece and learn to sail while cruising in the beautiful Greek Islands. All levels of courses available and the option to continue sailing after your course on your own or with crew.

Sailing Cruises in GreeceCabin Sailing Cruises & Skippered Sailing Trips
These are options for non-qualified sailors who are single travelers, couples or small groups. Pay for just your cabin or let a professional captain handle everything for you. There are a selection of itineraties to select from in the Saronic Gulf and Cyclades Islands.

Greece Sailing Regions - Itineraries - Maps

Sporades Islands Sailing:
Sporades Islands sailing Skiathos, Skopelos, Skiros Alonisos - Ideal sailing conditions, cooler temperatures, peaceful & scenic with abundant nature, sea life and pristine beaches....

Ionion Islands Sailing:
Ionion Islands sailingKefalonia, Corfu, Lefkada, Paxi, Ithaki and Preveza - popular with flotillas and easy going-novice sailors, the Ionian is perfect for charter holidays because of the lighter winds and short passages between marinas and anchorages.

Dodecanese Islands Sailing:
Dodecanese Islands sailingSimi, Rhodos, Patmos,Kalymnos, Kos, Leros and Nisyros - elegant, stark and beautiful islands in the East Aegean Sea filled with history, culture and nature, be sure to check out the active volcano in Nisyros!

Cyclades Islands Sailing:
Cyclades Islands sailing Naxos, Syros, Paros, Mykonos - world famous & cosmopolitan islands especially with skippered cruises and cabin charters.

Saronic Gulf Islands Sailing:
Saronic Islands sailing Athens, Hydra, Aegina, Poros and Epidavros - a quick easy sail from Athens, explore Greek history and culture while visiting beautiful islands and the mainland coastline.

Some tips on when to come sailing in Greece?

The most ideal period to charter a sailboat in Greece is late May to mid July, & also from September to October 15, the Greek Seas are still warm enough to swim, the crowds are manageable, its easier to find a place to park your boat & prices are less expensive. If you can avoid sailing during the month of August you will not be disappointed. That said, the general sailing period in Greece lasts from April until early November and the country boasts over 300 days of sunshine everyr year. The majority of Greeks take their summer vacation to the Greek islands around August 15th which is also a national religious holiday. The busiest time for guest sailors and charterers is in July & August. If you have to sail in August try visiting some of the lesser known islands on your itinerary.