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Warmth and professionalism
For Kekeris Yachts, a family-run business that prides itself on hospitality and providing the best service, the customer always comes first. Indeed, the company's clients have long appreciated this approach in their reviews. The company's domain is Greece, both Aegean and Ionian cruises.
Experience Greece differently
At Kekeris Yachts, they believe that cruising is the most wonderful way to experience the beauty of their native country. Thus, they have 6 bases all over Greece from which you can sail to the surrounding area. Most of the boats can be found in Athens and the surrounding area, from where you can go to the Saronic Gulf, the Cyclades or the Dodecanese Islands, which you can also explore from the marina located right on the island of Rhodes. You will find a labyrinth of 163 islands and islets that are sometimes considered the borders of Europe, separating it from nearby Turkey. Almost all the islands are awash with magnificent ancient monuments, monumental castles from the time of the Crusades and picturesque traditional villages. Winters here are rather mild, so the area can be recommended even when the season is over.
Cruises for families and groups of friends
Kekeris Yachts' range of nearly 70 sailing yachts of various sizes, from two cabin to six cabin, will satisfy the needs of customers who prefer family cruising and groups of friends looking for fun and adventure together.
Most often you will find here models of prestigious brands such as Bavaria, Elan or Oceanis. The most represented boat is the Bavaria Cruiser 46, which has long been one of the most popular charter sailboats ever.
The entire Kerekis Yachts fleet is kept in perfect technical condition. All boats are given exceptional care, whether it be minor interior repairs or major refits. The company's employees live yachting themselves – they love sailboats, the sea and everything around them, so they will be happy to help you with any problem at any time.
The Greek islands of Dodecanese are a stone's throw from Turkey, so it's no wonder that many yachtsmen are tempted to sail to nearby Bodrum. They want to spend some time in a completely different landscape and culture. You can sail from Greece either from Athens or from the island of Kos, which is barely 10 NM from Bodrum.
To find out where you can go on an intercountry charter and what you need for such an international cruise, read our article The best charter cruises: 5 tips for an itinerary.