Greek Islands Charter Yacht

With so many Greek Islands, each with their own unique look and style, (the Sarconic Islands, the Cyclades, the Dodecanese and the islands in the Ionian Sea), it is hard to decide which one to visit. A great way to see and experience a group or cluster of islands is to hop aboard a Greek islands charter yacht and sail the Greek Isles.


Mykonos Island

The best time to visit Greece is May/June and September/October. The weather is warm and the islands are not too crowded. July and August is when the influx of Europeans arrive for their Summer Holidays. If nightlife and nightclubs are what you are craving than this may be the time that you would want to visit. Personally I would be looking for the old world charm and good food that Greece has to offer. Greek salad, fresh fish of any kind, kalamari or fried squid and gyros (pronounced gee-ros) are staples on any Greek menu.

One yacht that is familiar with the area is the catamaran NEMO. She is a 2009 47ft Nautitech that sleeps 8 comfortably in 4 ensuite staterooms. Her crew, Captain Andrea and Chef/Mate Valentina, are your professional guides throughout your Greek Isle adventure. They are an experienced crew who spend their Winters with Nemo chartering in the Caribbean Islands. Caribbean charter yachts are known for their high standards and this carries through with Nemo when they are catering to guests in Greece.

Nemo specializes in 7 and 12 day itineraries in the the Cyclades where they will take you to visit islands such as Kithnos, Mykonos, Naxos, Folegandros and Santorini. They also offer a great 7 day itinerary in the Ionian Islands. As always, your crew can work with you to plan a customized Greek islands yacht charter itinerary using their knowledge of the area to best suit your requests.

Greek Charter Rates in EURO:
07 Jul – 27 Aug 2012 up to 8 pax full board 12,450EU, half board 11,450EU
01 Sept – 06 Oct 2012 up to 8 pax full board 11,450EU, half board 10,950EU

For Greek/summer charters
VAT is included and standard ship’s bar
Note: fuel is not included. There’s a small cost (No more than euro 250).