Crewed Gulets: Arielle
Guests/ Passengers: 10
Cabins: 5
Crew: 4


Crewed Monohulls: Peggybank
Guests/ Passengers: 2
Cabins: 1
Crew: 1


Crewed Yacht: Tigers Eye
Guests/ Passengers: 9
Cabins: 4
Crew: 4


Luxury Yacht Charter: Greek Island

greese greek island yacht charterChartering a yacht to the Greek islands offers an exceptional once in a life time sailing experience. We recommend spending a few days in Athens to explore the amazing and historical culture before boarding your yacht. The yacht charter season starts April and ends in November. The high season period is from late July until early September.

Sailing in the high season...
The most crowded sailing areas will be Corfu, Lefkas and the Saronic.
 You will also find a lot of non-sailing tourists on the popular islands of Mykonos, Ios, Santorini, Kos, Rhodes, Lesvos, etc.
 In the Aegean Sea the strong Meltemi (dry wind blowing from the north ) could not only be a nuisance but also a hazard for sailors.
 Yacht charters will be about 10% more expensive.
 You will have more choice of cabin charters, flotillas and charter flights.

Sailing in April, May and June...
Witness an abundance of flowers and lush green vegetation due to the spring rains of March. This particularly concerns the Cyclades and Dodecanese, which will gradually turn dry and barren during the high yacht charter season. Despite losing some of its freshness and most of the flowers, the Ionian and Northern Aegean islands will remain green and fertile throughout the whole sailing season.
 More affordable yacht charters are common
 Fewer charter yachts and more space in ports and available anchorages.
 In the Ionian, the Maistro delivers steady reliable winds; much like in the Aegean where there are no strong Meltemi winds yet.

Sailing Greece in September and October…
Fewer yachts and tourists: Especially in the popular areas of the Ionian Sea and around Athens the amount of tourists will drop dramatically after the first week(s) of September.
 Steady winds in the Ionian (Maistro wind) and no Meltemi winds in the Aegean.
 More affordable yacht charters are common
 Seawater with tropical temperatures, 28-30 °C (83-87 °F). Ideal for swimming at beaches, snorkeling at anchorages and diving.

Chartering a yacht in Greece is an excellent way to travel around the Mediterranean while exploring Greece, the Greek Islands and discover the beauty and culture of the country.

Luxury Yacht Charter: Croatia

croatia yacht charterCroatia is an absolutely stunning place to charter a yacht with so many islands, history and culture to explore you can simply not see it all in one visit. The eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea belongs to Croatia but is really nothing more than a series of islands. The islands still retain that sense of remoteness that suggests a place that time forgot. There are just over 1,000 bays and harbors each filled with berths and anchorages to spend the night. A truly magical place to vacation, especially for the yachting enthusiast.

Luxury Yacht Charter: Turkey (Gocek via Kekova)

turkey yacht charterProposed Gocek/Kekova Sailing Itinerary:

Day 1: Cruise picturesque Skopea Liman
Board your yacht in Gocek and cruise through picturesque Skopea Liman to Ruin Bay. Swim and snorkel around the ruins at Byzantine monastery which lays partly submerged in the bay. You can take a short hike to ancient ruins on the hills above. After your day time adventure head out and enjoy a traditional Turkish meal at a small restaurant in Ruin Bay.
Day 2: Explore ruins that cover an island
Sit back and enjoy an afternoon sailing to Gemiler Island. Anchor and go ashore to explore the Byzantine ruins which literally cover the island. These ruins include a covered walkway leading to the water’s edge and a church with partially excavated mosaic floors. Just before sunset make your way to the summit and enjoy the magnificent sun disappear beyond the horizon. Stay overnight at Gemiler Island and enjoy a dinner ashore with the locals.
Day 3: A town overlooking the Mediterranean
Sail past the Seven Caps and the long sandy beach of Patara Kalkan. Arrive at Kalkan in the early afternoon; a pretty coastal town set on a hillside overlooking the Mediterranean. Once moored in the small harbor, take a walk through the narrow streets where bougainvillea and jasmines spill from the balconies and the local vendors selling an amazing variety of quality merchandise. Enjoy and excursion to Xanthos, Patara and Letoon. Dine ashore or enjoy a meal prepared by your chef.
Day 4: The “Sunken City" crystal waters”
Sail further east to the region known as Kekova Roads where you can discover Kekova island and Kale Koy. The “Sunken City” is located off Kekova Island, the water is so crystal clear its possible to make out the outlines of the buildings in the Sunken City. Teimiussa boasts ancient ruins in quaint village with a charming atmosphere. In Kale Koy take an uphill hike through the meandering streets to the medieval fortress for the ultimate view of the most beautiful stretch of coastline.
Day 5: Myra famous wall of rock tomb
After breakfast on board and a quick refreshing morning swim, depart for the ancient port of Andraki. From here it is possible to take a short overland trip to ancient Myra and the nearby town of Demre. The site of Myra is famous for its wall of rock tomb. After experiencing a day of sightseeing ashore return to the yacht and spend the night in Gokkaya Harbor.
Day 6: Relax at harbor side café
Sailing back in the direction of Gocek, stop for lunch at Asar Bay, the sight of ancient Aperial, where you can snorkel over the ruins of the quay and harbor streets, which now lie under the water. Continue west to Kas, take a tender boat ashore and visit the theatre of ancient Antiphellos before returning to the busy little town, shop for some souvenirs or relax in the harbor side café. Experience dining ashore before returning to the yacht anchored in an adjacent bay.
Day 7: Visit the fresco of St. Christopher
An early morning departure from Karacaoren, a delightful reef-fringed bay with an outlying island on which a church and several crypts can be seen. One of these crypts contains a remarkably well-preserved fresco of St. Christopher. The crystal clear waters of the bay provide excellent snorkeling and swimming.
Day 8: Sail across the bay in the early morning
An early morning start for the sail across the Bay of Fethiye and into Gocek Harbor for disembarkation.

Turkey is known as the Turquoise Coast it is a land blessed with a wealth of countless natural wonders, a long and fascinating history and richness of culture proudly upheld by the hospitable Turkish people. One of the most imaginative ways to enjoy the historical and cultural delights of the Turkish Coast is to charter a yacht and experience the magnificent coast.

Luxury Yacht Charter: Turkey (Marmaris to Gocek)

turkey yacht charter2Proposed Marmaris to Gocek Sailing Itinerary:

Day 1: Enjoy lunch beneath the Amos ruins
Board the yacht in Marmaris and set sail for Kuml. Enjoy lunch beneath the ruins of ancient Amos in beautiful surroundings. Go ashore and stroll the site of ancient Amos, or stay aboard and take in the clear waters and long pebble beach. Dinghy ashore and dine under the stars.
Day 2: Spend the evening ashore
Set sail south to Bozukale and anchor beneath the Helenistic citadel of ancient Loryma, where trade ships heading north and south along the coast once took refuge. Head ashore to visit the ruins of the once great city, including the acropolis, and witness the spectacular view of the Agean Bozbunn a former sponge fishing village located at the head of the bay. The bay is surrounded by rocky hills, this is a charming port to spend the evening ashore.
Day 3: Sailing the Gulf of Hiraians
Spend the day cruising the scenic Gulf of Hiraians and take in some of the delightful anchorages for snorkeling and swimming. After lunch sail to Seleniye, formally Greek but is now home to the descendants of Turkish. Anchor alongside one of the small jetties in the bay and enjoy a dinner of fresh fish and other seafood delicacies.
Day 4: A quiet cove to relax in the afternoon
After breakfast make headway to Nenick and find a quiet cove surrounded by landscape of green pine and red rocks and relax in the afternoon. Sail into the bay of Othariye surrounded by wooded mountains. Go ashore and visit a Bysitine set in an interesting natural sand spot extending halfway across the bay and lying just one foot under water. Dine ashore in this small quaint village.
Day 5: Take an Olive Farm Tour
Stroll ashore to the village of Orhariye for the morning and return to the yacht and set sail to Datca, a small port town with a wonderful selection of souvenir shops. Take a tour of “The Olive Farm” and sample some of the fabulous olive oil varieties made on the premises.
Day 6: A beautiful evening in a historic town
Head south in the Harbor of Knidos an important port in the ancient trade route. Around the 4th Century BC visitors came from far and wide to see the Greek sculptures, Pantelise nude statue of Aphrodite the first tourist attraction in the world. Spend the evening in this beautiful and historic town.
Day 7: A final day of cruising...
A final day of cruising around the Loruma Pennisula with a stop at, Direk after lunch.

Turkey is known as the Turquoise Coast it is a land blessed with a wealth of countless natural wonders, a long and fascinating history and richness of culture proudly upheld by the hospitable Turkish people. One of the most imaginative ways to enjoy the historical and cultural delights of the Turkish Coast is to charter a yacht and experience the magnificent coast.