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BAREBOAT SAILING GREECE - Yacht charter

WE RENT SAILING YACHTS and CATAMARANS in the GREEK ISLANDS. 

It would take years of sailing in Greece before anyone could claim to have enough knowledge of the Greek islands and sailing grounds. There are thousands of Greek islands and smaller islets around, so a small part can be visited within one or two weeks yacht charter. It is certain that sailing in Greece is an exciting adventure and there is always something new to explore or discover.
The list is endless: islands, beaches, anchorages, coves, secluded bays, a variety of options in landscapes, architecture styles, historical sights, culture, entertainment, local festivities, weather conditions, yachting facilities ...
Sailing holidays in the Greek islands is on the top of the list for every yachting enthusiast! 

Choose any of the  5 different navigation areas / destinationsCyclades (barren & often windy), Ionian (calm & green), Dodecanese and Sporades areas (with moderate winds), Saronic & Argolic Gulf (sheltered) where you can plan your own or follow one of the suggested routes and itineraries. 

Our company strives to grant the best value for money or simply cheap yacht charters in Greece o­nboard new and well-kept vessels offering top charter services and support. Check our web page for the types of yachts and prices where you can also see the boats'  description and their technical characteristics. 

We operate from 8 eight different bases in Greece - Alimos marina, Lavrion (both in Athens region with Lavrion being a bit closer to the Cyclades islands) Lefkas and Corfu in the Ionian sea, Paros in the Cyclades area, Skiathos in the Sporades area, Kos and Rhodos in the Dodecanese area. We offer sailing yachtsmotor yachts and catamarans (bareboat, with skipper or fully crewed) brand new, recently built or economy sailboats by Beneteau, Jeanneau, Bavaria, Bali, Lagoon and other established boatyards.

EASY SAILING is a trustworthy and reliable charter company in Greece.You may very well ask our clients about us.

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Sailing to Myconos and Santorini

Two of the most famous places in the Aegean sea (and worldwide) are the Greek islands of Myconos & Santorini. We prepared the following information for those who would wish to sail the two Greek islands in the Cyclades area or sail just to Santorini island within one WEEK CHARTER o­nly. At Easy Sailing, we try to accommodate all kinds of sailing needs and wishes, but at the same time, we believe it is necessary to provide accurate information for the planning of each trip. Most fleets allow bareboat charters of 1 or 2 entire weeks in the main season, so one-week yacht charter is the most common plan. The big majority of the sailing yachts for charter in Greece are based in Athens (Alimos or Lavrion), so we are mainly talking about one-week charter starting and ending in Athens.
Read the details HERE

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Sailing guide in the Greek islands

All you need to know about the regions of the CYCLADES, SARONIC & ARGOLIC GULF, DODECANESE, IONIAN, SPORADES islands and more.

There are many maps, photos and detailed information o­n the Greek islands you can sail to. Beaches, anchorages, approaches, ports, yachting facilities, shelter points, hazards, sight-seeing, history, nightlife, restaurants, rent a car, scuba diving, water sports are all found in this section of EASY SAILING Where to Sail

Check here for a brief description - quick reference to the 5 sailing areas in Greece. Compare weather conditions, accessibility of charter base, competence required etc. Download the table Download the comparison table in PDF format .pdf
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CATAMARAN sailing holidays in GREECE

Catamaran sailing in Greece becomes more and more popular for yacht charter holidays mainly because they provide better stability, performance at flat and rough waters, a dry soft & smooth horizontal sailing ride and easy handling.
People charter catamaran in the Greek islands (and everywhere) because they enjoy more space on deck and into the cabins and also because they do not lean like mono-hulls and because their shallow draft allows access where all keel boats can’t go.