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Starring Greece. Athenian Yachts clients have a choice of over 130 boats from the world's most famous brands. The range includes Jeanneau sailing yachts, Lagoon and Bali catamarans of various lengths, capacities and specifications. All boats are in perfect condition and their technical parameters and equipment are regularly supervised by a trained service team. You can set sail from one of 13 marinas throughout Greece.
To see the beauty of the Greek islands
The company currently operates a charter fleet in 13 marinas covering the main yachting destinations in Greece: Ionian Islands, Cyclades, Saronic Islands and Argola Gulf, Sporades and Dodecanese Islands. Each of these locations offers excellent sailing conditions – clear seas, hundreds of sailing spots and countless interesting tourist activities. The choice is yours whether to sail from Keramoti, Corfu, Volos, Skiathos, Lefkada, Athens, Lavrion, Paros, Rhodes or Kos.
Maximum safety and comfort
New to the company is the elegant Jeanneau Yachts 55. This charming sailing yacht is designed for all those who enjoy sailing and at the same time have high aesthetic standards. The Jeanneau 55 offers plenty of privacy – two cabins with en-suite bathrooms allow guests to enjoy perfectly independent living spaces, accessible from the cockpit via two separate gangways.
Yachting in the Ionian Sea
The Ionian Sea islands, which are quite different from other areas of Greece, have been growing in popularity among yachtsmen recently. The area doesn't suffer from a lack of rainfall, so the islands are beautifully lush and green, covered in forests. This is one of the most beautiful sailing areas in the world, with the famous blue caves or the world-famous white sand wreck in Zakynthos Bay, the island of Onassis, the canal at Lefkada and charming seaside towns. Lovers of natural wonders will also enjoy the Zakynthos area, where Caretta-Caretta turtles can be spotted . Explore the most beautiful spots in the North Ionian Sea and the South Ionian Sea. Where to go?
But the Aegean Sea is also worth a look. This tends to be the most popular choice for yachtsmen heading to Greece. The main reason for this is its easy accessibility from Athens, but also its mild temperatures, steady, usually predictable winds, lack of tides and strong currents. The many beautiful islands make for a pleasant cruise and, as they are not too far apart, you can visit several in one holiday. Get inspired by our favourite itineraries in our article Tips for the best week-long cruises in the Aegean.