Sail la Vie Yachts for Charter in Greece
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Charter prices: 250 â‚¬ - 1500 â‚¬ per day
Architectural feats of navigation, with adventure and comfort in mind. Chartered either bareboat or with skipper, are suitable for easy going groups of friends, interested in relaxing sailing holidays. Sailing yachts are ideal for greek islands hopping.
Charter prices: 1000 â‚¬ - 5000 â‚¬ per day
Elegance, comfort and power are the makings of an exceptional adventure with motor yachts. Chartered with crew, are suitable for families or groups of 6-8 friends. Motor boats are ideal for day cruises in all greek sailing areas.
Charter prices: 500 â‚¬ - 2000 â‚¬ per day
Remarkable living space and superb levels of comfort. Chartered either bareboat or with skipper and hostess, are suitable for 1-2 families. Equipped with a selection of water toys for joy and sports. Catamarans are ideal for ionian islands hopping.
Charter prices: over 7500 â‚¬ per day
Revolutionise the very notion of sailing holidays, pushing the boundaries of the senses. Combine innovation and elegance both in the interior and exterior decks. Chartered with proffessional crew, accommodate guests in luxurious cabins with en-suite facilities for a relaxing trip. Lounge area, fully air-conditioned, with gleaming exotic wood panelling, leather upholstery and built-in home entertainment. Dining area is ideal for formal dinners prepared by the Chef de Cuisine. Equipped with a selection of water toys for joy and sports.
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The Ionian Island Group is composed of 7 islands (EptÃ nissa in modern Greek) each of them with a distinct character and one more beautiful than the other. They lie off the west coast of Greece and start with Corfu and Paxos in the north, Lefkada, Ithaca and Kefalonia in the Central Ionian and Zakynthos in the south. Ionian Islands are the most famous sailing destination in Greece.
Some of the most beautiful islands in the world are in the Aegean Sea! Gorgeous sandy beaches, architecture in white and blue mixed with windmills and domed churches, traditional lifestyle, folklore music, hospitable people and stunning landscapes turn your trip to the Cyclades into a lifetime experience.
Named from the circle they form (Kyklos in Greek) around the sacred island of Delos, the Cyclades (KyklÃ¡dhes) offer Greeceâ€™s best island-hopping. Cyclades are the number one sailing destination for the cosmopolitan sailors because of Myconos' vibrant nightlife, and also for the most experienced ones because of the Meltemi winds in summer.
The North Sporades Island group lies off the eastern shore of the Greek mainland and consists of Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonnisos and Skyros. Sporades means "the scattered ones" an expression that was used in Classical Antiquity to refer to the Aegean Islands lying outside the central archipelago of the Cyclades. Sporades are the third most famous sailing destination in Greece.
The rocky and partly volcanic Argo-Saronic Islands, lie just in front of the mainland and most of them are only a short sail away from the Athenian Coast. Saronic Gulf is the best destination to combine a short stay in Athens and a sailing holiday in the beautiful nearby islands.
In the northeastern part of the Aegean Sea, you will find an impressive collection of five big island: Ikaria, Samos, Lemnos, Lesvos, Chios, and eight smaller ones, Agios Efstratios, Agios Minas, Antipsara, Thymaina, Oinousses, Samiopoula, Fournoi and Psara. It is the most unexplored sailing destination in Greece.
Crete (KrÃti) is a great deal more than just another Greek island. Crete is the largest Island of Greece, almost a substantial land on its own with a tremendous and unique history. Periplus of Crete is a great sailing experience that we suggest you to explore.