Sailing Yacht Charters in Greece & the Greek Islands!
Home Base: Alimos (Kalamaki) marina in Athens
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Sailing Yacht Charters in Greece & the Greek Islands!
Home Base: Alimos (Kalamaki) marina in Athens
ATHENS
23°

Reaching Alimos (Kalamaki) marina in Athens. How?

The Athens International Airport is Greeceʼs main gate to destinations all around the world. All major airlines as well as low cost airlines have scheduled flights to Athens airport throughout the year. Some of the low cost airlines that offer...

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What is the best way to get to Lavrion port in Athens?

Finding a direct flight from your country to Athens is very easy. Nearly all airlines fly to Athens International airport (http://www.aia.gr/), including international airlines from all over the world and low cost airlines within Europe.  Some of the low cost...

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What are the ways of reaching Skiathos charter base?

Skiathos charter base is situated at the North end of Skiathos main port. The airport is only a 5-10 minute ride from Skiathos marina and the public ferry-port is at a short distance (approximately 600m on foot) from the yacht...

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How can I travel to your Corfu (Gouvia) marina?

Gouvia marina is situated approximately 7km (or 4,3 miles) from the airport of Corfu and 6km (or 3,7 miles) from Corfu town and can be easily accessed by air, by sea and by coach bus to Igoumenitsa (and Corfu). By Air:...

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How do I get to your Lefkas yacht charter base?

Lefkas Marina is located E of the island next to the main harbour of Lefkas. Lefkas is the only island in Greece connected with the mainland by a floating bridge (toll-free) and a narrow causeway. This bridge is raised for...

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How do I reach your charter base Paroikia in Paros island?

Paroikia port is situated a few meters away from the ferry terminal of Paros and just right in the heart of Paros town. For those of you who wish to start their sailing holidays from Paros island in order to sail...

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What is the Maistro wind in the Ionian Sea?

The Maistro (or otherwise Maestral) is the prevailing Northwest wind which blows in the Ionian Sea/ Sailing area of Greece during the summer period & especially in July & August. It is a pleasant and soft breeze accompanied by fine...

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What is the Meltemi wind in the Aegean Sea?

Meltemi, or otherwise Greek “etesian” (annual) wind, is the strong & dry North wind which occurs in the Aegean Sea/ Greece & many other regions around the Mediterranean Sea. Although one may think that its maximum activity is during July and August,...

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What is a Multihull/ Catamaran yacht?

A multihull is a boat (or a ship) that has more than one hull. These additional hulls, contrary to monohull boats which originally use a single ballasted keel, provide the stability such boats need so as to be kept upright in...

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What is a yacht/ motor boat?

A yacht was originally defined as a light, fast vessel used to convey important people. The word “yacht” originates from the Dutch word Jacht that means “hunt” or “hunter” in English. Till 1950s, almost all yachts were made of wooden...

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