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Yacht Charters & Boat Rentals, Greek Isles Travel Tips

Cruise the Greek Isles in Style

Many people will argue that one of the best ways to experience Greece is to charter a yacht and cruise between the islands. Many of the islands are relatively close together and provide calm sheltered waters in which to sail. If the weather does become rough at any stage, you can quickly and easily find shelter in one of the nearby harbors. No prior sailing experience is required as all boats are crewed by certified and competent seamen.

The yachts come in a variety of sizes and berths and range from keel boats to luxury catamarans. Most often, the boats are crewed with a captain and hostess who often double as an on-board chef and deckhand. Meals are catered for and guests can simply sit back, relax and enjoy the sights. Most cruise itineraries hop between the islands, anchoring for a day or two in each. If you have specific interests or destinations that you want to visit, tailor-made itineraries can be arranged. The yachts can generally accommodate between four and 10 adults in double or twin-sharing berths. On board are fresh water showers, flush toilets and fully equipped kitchens. Some of the more luxurious yachts have televisions and on-board entertainment systems.

Seasons to Enjoy Greek Isles Charters

Greece is considered a summer destination. The mild Mediterranean climate provides long summer days and balmy nights. The days can get quite hot and are generally humid but this is ideal if you are sailing around. At any time, you can dive into the clear blue waters and enjoy a refreshing swim. The peak tourist season is during July and August and the main beach resort areas can get crowded. This is one of the advantages of chartering a yacht. You can simply pull up anchor and set sail for a more remote destination if you get tired of the crowds and bustle. The temperatures are still warm and mild between May and October and some great travel deals can be enjoyed by traveling just outside of peak season.

People Who Would Enjoy Greek Isles Vacations

Greece is a country that has a rich and ancient history. Once a mighty empire, Greece has had a major influence on art, philosophy, culture, athletics and architecture throughout the world. The tall cliffs, ancient ruins and roadways provide a magnificent landscape. It is a photographer's dream. The white-washed buildings that contrast against the azure blue sea have become the subject of many a painting and photograph. Even though Greece is an ancient country, it still has a rare natural beauty. People who enjoy the outdoors can cycle between villages and towns. Sailors can cruise between the islands and drop anchor off beautiful pebble-lined beaches. It is a destination where there are many attractions and any visitor will have their schedule full as they explore the many sights.

Traveling to Greece Vacation Rentals

Greece is located on the Mediterranean in the far southeastern part of Europe. The capital Athens is the main travel hub into the country and home to one of Europe’s busiest airports. For travelers from North America, you will most likely have to route via London, Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt or Madrid and then connect on to Athens. Within Greece, there are a number of regional airports which provide access to the smaller islands. Regularly scheduled flights operate throughout the year but more frequently in the summer season. Greece can also be accessed by rail and ferry from other parts of Europe. This provides a more leisurely way to arrive in the destination.

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