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Greek charter company Vernicos Yachts has been in business for over 45 years – it was founded in 1975, but its "maritime" family tradition dates back to the 19th century. So you can trust that you're chartering a boat from true professionals. In addition to classic charters, Vernicos Yachts also specialises in luxury crewed charters or the sale of new or used yachts. You can sail with them on a classic charter in the most attractive places in your home country of Greece, and with a professional crew it is also possible to sail in Croatia or Turkey.
Fleet of sailing yachts and catamarans
Vernicos Yachts works with renowned shipyards to offer a wide range of sailboats, powerboats and catamarans for everyone to choose from. Among the sailboats, the three-cabin Oceanis 46.1 and the four- or five-cabinOceanis 51.1 models dominate. As for catamarans, you can choose from the Lagoon 42 or 46, or the Lagoon 450 F, the Fountaine Pajot Isla 40, and there are also a few from the Bali brand.
Strategically located marinas
With the longest coastline in the Mediterranean and more than 6,000 islands and islets, Greece offers endless possibilities for sailors. Strategically located marinas in Lefkada, Lavrion, Athens, Kos, Preveza, Paros allow you to experience the magical diversity of the Greek islands in both the Ionian and Aegean Sea. The short distances between the islands of both these waters, allow you to improvise and change the direction of the cruise as often as you wish, depending on what interests you at the time. However, everywhere you go, you will find turquoise seas, white churches, ancient monuments, charming villages and quiet coves...
Greece is a yachting region where you can go for ten years and still have plenty to discover. With its sheltered waters, the southern and northern Ionian Sea and the Saronic Gulf area are ideal for a leisurely family cruise with children or friends. Among the most popular destinations here are the islands of Corfu, Lefkada, Ithaca, Kefalonia and Zakynthos, which allow for offshore sailing in their shelter. In contrast, the Aegean Sea (especially the Cyclades) offers more challenging sailing thanks to the proverbial meltemi winds and is mainly for experienced sailors. Finally, the Sporades and Dodecanese archipelagos are a bit of a combination of both.