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Great performance and comfort
As the name suggests, the Greek charter company Multihull Yachting has been focusing mainly on catamaran charters for more than 20 years. Almost all of its boats sail from the Olympic Marine marina in Lavrio, a historic town in the south of the Attica peninsula about 70 km from Athens. It's a great place to get to the popular Cyclades, for example. There is also one sailing boat in the historic town of Preveza on the west coast of Greece, which is the gateway to the islands in the southern Ionian Sea.
Experience Greece differently
Multihull Yachting's fleet is dominated by Lagoon catamarans of various sizes(42, 46 or 52) combining great sailing performance with comfort of the highest standard. But you can also set sail on several Astréa 42 catamarans from Fountaine Pajot.
The catamaran portfolio is also complemented by classic sailboats of various sizes, mainly from Jeanneau or Oceanis. The most common models are the Sun Odyssey 36–46.1 or even the 14-metre Sun Odyssey 490 and Oceanis 40, 51.1. All rented models meet the highest safety requirements, are well maintained and undergo regular technical inspections.
With or without crew
If interested, Multihull Yachting also rents its boats with a skipper or other crew members. On request, it can also arrange for a guide to show you around the most attractive places. Likewise, you can hire a chef who will provide you with daily specials using the best local recipes, on top of teaching you how to cook Greek cuisine at home.
For history buffs
The area of Greece is rich in cultural heritage and a sailing boat is an excellent way to discover the historical gems. In one week, you can visit a number of important sights in the Aegean without having to give up the joy of sailing and swimming.
In fact, right near the Olympic Marine marina in Lavrio is an important ancient monument – the magnificent Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion, which rises some 60 metres above sea level at the southernmost tip of the Attica peninsula. You can visit it by land or just enjoy the view from the sea. Either way, the sunsets here are renowned.
The Aegean Sea is the most popular choice of yachtsmen who go to Greece. The main reason is its easy accessibility from Athens, but also its mild temperatures, steady, usually predictable winds, absence 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.