Greece - yacht charter, tourist guide, descriptions, routes, photos
Greece has access to four seas: the Aegean Sea, the Sea of Crete east of the mainland, the Ionian Sea to the west, and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. The waters that surround the mainland and numerous islands around provide favourable conditions to sailors.
Greece is the cradle of the ancient civilization and a perfect holiday destination. It offers you an opportunity to relax on amazing sandy beaches surrounded by ancient historical buildings, and plenty of islands and islets (over 3,000, out of which only 150 are inhabited) around which you can mark out numerous cruise routes.
Offering a large number of attractive islands and amazing places to practise scuba-diving, Greece is a paradise for all sailors. The sailing season is long, and the water region is so diversified that both experienced sailors and novices will find something suited to their own needs and level of expertise. Greece lies within the zone of the Mediterranean climate, yet more humid in the west, and drier in the east. Captivating views, warm and crystal clear water, numerous historical monuments and original cuisine are the most important reasons why it is worth visiting and sailing in Greece.
A perfectly prepared yacht and catamaran fleet and state-of-the-art service stations in marinas will surely make the time spent under the sails more fun.