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Access to the Aegean and Ionian Sea
It might seem that the Athens charter company JF Yachts, focused only on the domestic market, would somehow limit your choice. However, Greece offers hundreds of islands to discover, and JF Yachts boats can be found in 9 bases strategically located in the country's most beautiful sailing destinations: in Athens (Alimos Marina), the Cyclades (Mykonos and Paros), the Dodecanese (Kos and Rhodes), the Ionian Islands (southern Lefkada, northern Corfu) and the Sporades (Volos, Skiathos). It's up to you whether you choose the busier tourist spots or the deserted smaller islands where you won't be disturbed.
JF Yachts offers over 140 sailboats and catamarans, ranging in size from 32 to 57 feet. The fleet includes the most famous boat brands such as Hanse, Dufour, Bavaria, Bénéteau, Jeanneau, Lagoon, Fountaine Pajot and Bali. There is a choice for every sailor and tourist. The latest additions to the fleet include the Sun Odyssey 410, Oceanis 46.1, Oceanis 40.1., Bavaria C 57 Style or the six-cabin catamaran Bali 4.8.
Charter company JF Yachts prides itself on its 24/7 customer support. This covers any technical problem that may occur on the boat. This way you can enjoy a truly carefree holiday.
Lots of other activities
In addition to renting a boat, JF Yachts and its partners will also rent you equipment for jet skiing, windsurfing, boat riding, wakeboarding, banana riding, parasailing, flyboarding, kite-surfing or paddleboarding. Just all the other fun that can be had at sea. Just ask at the office when you pick up your boat and they will recommend a place where you can try these activities.
If you are planning to sail to Greece, get inspired by our tips for an easy sailing in Greece: 3 itineraries to choose from and check out our article Top 7 destinations for sailing in Greece. If you're sailing in the Ionian Sea, you'll also find some specific tips for anchoring in the Ionian Sea useful. If you want to sail to the opposite coast in the Aegean Sea, don't miss the article Tips for sailing the Sporades.
Everywhere in Greece, you'll need to know how to park your boat using the so-called Roman Catholic mooring, or stern to the pier and anchor, as it's a local rarity. In the article Anchoring stern to the pier at the front anchor we give you step by step advice on how to do it.