5 Things to Ask Yourself Before Chartering Your First Boat

Travel is booming as the pandemic rounds the corner and everyone wants to leave the confines of lockdown behind. Of course, international travel is still tricky, so destinations in the Mediterranean and Aegean’s Sea are bracing for a year of visitor volume that hasn’t been seen in a long time. Included in domestic travel is boat and yacht charter. If you’re a first-time charterer, ask yourself a few questions before booking what could be the best time of your life.

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Whichever Caribbean sailing destination you choose, you are guaranteed to return home rested, revitalised, and ready to plan your next Caribbean sailing trip. The island's coast is dotted with lovely white sand beaches and crystal-clear water. This is an ideal location for swimming, scuba diving, snorkelling, and other watersports. The Caribbean will far exceed your sailing vacation expectations.


Croatia is one of the most popular yacht charter destinations in the Mediterranean.Croatia, which is located on the Adriatic Sea between Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro, has over 1100 islands, eight protected national parks, and a number of UNESCO-listed cities and landmarks, making it an attractive tourist destination.Coastal communities and island villages survive on the revenue generated by a sizable tourist influx, facilitated in large part by the number of sailing charter possibilities. As one of the major distributors of all types of boats, with a plethora of possibilities, boat hire enables travellers to visit even the most isolated communities, while also providing a stable source of revenue for these towns..

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7-days Sailing – Split

With over 1,200 islands Croatia is one of the favorite yacht charter destinations in the world and Split, located within comfortable sailing distance from the islands Brač, Hvar, Vis or even Korčula, one of the most sought-after embarkation points on the Croatian coast.DAY 1: TROGIR – KRKNJASI BAY 6NMDAY 2: KRKNJASI – MILNA (island Brac) 14 NMDAY 3: MILNA – VRBOSKA (island Hvar) 20 NMDAY 4: VRBOSKA – VLAKA (St. Klement island) 22 NMDAY 5: VLAKA – BISEVO – KOMIZA (island Vis) 26 NMDAY 6: KOMIZA – STRACINSKA BAY (island Solta) 24 NMDAY 7 : STRACINSKA BAY – RACETINOVAC BAY (island Ciovo) 17 NMDAY 8: RACETINOVAC BAY – TROGIR 1,5

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Yacht Charter Questions

Sailing Route – Cyclades Islands I

Sailing Route – Cyclades Islands I From To DistanceAlimos marina Cape Sounio 23 NM Cape Sounio Kea 14 NM Kea Syros (Finikas) 41 NM Syros (Finikas) Mykonos 25 NM Mykonos Naxos 23 NM Naxos Skinoussa 19 NM Skinoussa Ios 19 NM Ios Folegandros 18 NM Folegandros Milos 37 NM Milos Sifnos 24 NM Sifnos Serifos 12 NM Serifos Kythnos 23 NM Kythnos Poros 46 NM Poros Alimos marina 29 NM Distance is measured in nautical miles (NM)A closer look at the islandsMykonosGreat beaches, windmills, and a famed nightlife make Mykonos one of the most popular Cycladic islands. Every Greek island charter itinerary includes Mykonos since it has something for everyone.NaxosThe Cycladic island of Naxos is the largest and most diverse in terms of landscapes and activities. In Saggri, the Temple of Dimitra, the Venetian Castle in Naxos Town, and the archaeological museum, the 'Portara' of the ancient Temple of Apollo are all worth seeing.SchinoussaAn extremely small and laid back island off the southern coast of Naxos is Schinoussa. For much of your time at this resort, you'll be doing nothing more than kicking back and taking it easy.IosUnlike Mykonos, where most of the pubs and clubs are concentrated in the major towns and villages, the island of Ios has a much broader range of nightlife options than those found on Mykonos. For a unique perspective on Ios, head to the large beaches on the island's east coast.FolegandrosIt's no secret that Folegandros, a small Greek island, has grown in popularity in recent years, especially among savvy tourists from Greece. In spite of the fact that only a few of Folegandros' beaches can be reached by automobile, visitors willing to hike (or perhaps charter a sailboat) can enjoy beautiful beaches without the crowds.MilosMilos is a popular sailing destination with a wide variety of activities, beautiful beaches, and a popular coastline near the town of 'Kleftiko' that is always a hit with the sailor community. Milos, in our opinion, is a must-see.SifnosWe'll sound like we're reciting the same thing over and over again! Located in the Cyclades, Sifnos is one of the most picturesque islands in the area. Sifnos, despite being a bit off the beaten path, nonetheless features a vibrant nightlife, beautiful beaches, and awe-inspiring landscape.

Sailing Route – Cyclades Islands II

A longer sailing vacation in the Cyclades is possible, allowing you to see all the islands on our Northern and Middle Cyclades itinerary as well as the additional Mykonian, Naxonian and Ionian islands as well as Milos and Sifnos. There are, however, a wide variety of Cycladic islands to choose from, so you can mix and match to your heart's content. So our second charter route here excludes the islands of Naxos and Schinoussa in favour of Amorgos, which is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful places in Greece. Have a great time on the water!From To Distance Alimos marina Cape Sounio 23 NM Cape Sounio Kea 14 NM Kea Syros (Finikas) 41 NM Syros (Finikas) Mykonos 25 NM Mykonos Amorgos 48 NM Amorgos Santorini 41 NM Santorini Ios 24 NM Ios Folegandros 18 NM Folegandros Milos 37 NM Milos Sifnos 24 NM Sifnos Serifos 12 NM Serifos Kythnos 23 NM Kythnos Poros 46 NM Poros Alimos marina 29 NM Distance is measured in nautical miles (NM)

The Advantage

The Advantages of Chartering a Yacht