Sailing in Greece
Time Zone: GMT+2
Culinary Favourite: Greek Salad
This historic, maritime nation is set in five unique cruising areas with varied geography, history and sailing conditions. Explore a mix of islands with Classical temples, Venetian architecture and quaint white-washed Greek villages. Sailing in Greece is so much more than a charter vacation – it’s a journey of discovery through the cradle of western civilization.
Your choices for sailing in Greece
May through October are the warmer, drier months. June, July and September are the best months to sail with nice weather conditions while avoiding the crowded hot month of August. The climate is hot and dry in the summer and mild to cool and wet in the winter months of December to April.
Due to its five different sailing regions, Greece is a great charter destination for all levels of sailor. A sailing license/certificate is required for yacht charter/bareboat and flotilla charters. For luxury charter, skippered charter or cabin charter, you do not require any experience or certification.
Depending on your itinerary while sailing in Greece, visit some of these stunning locations.