Best Bareboat and Skippered Yacht Charter Sailing in Greece 2022

A&C offers bareboat and skippered yacht charter sailing in an unspoiled and picturesque corner of Greece that offers numerous quiet bays and small villages with waterfront tavernas and easy access to the Sporades islands, including Skiathos, Skopelos, and Alonissos.

As a small organization, they have the time, enthusiasm, and knowledge to provide everything you could want from a sailing holiday.

Their boats are equipped to a high standard and are ideal for groups and families, offering everything you need onboard.

Milina Map

You will need a minimum day skipper or equivalent ticket to charter a sailing yacht in Greece; you can easily qualify for this with many sailing schools.

If you don’t have one, you can book a skipper; just sit back and enjoy!

Milina in the Gulf of Volos, together with the Sporades Islands of Skiathos, Skopelos, and Alonissos, offer excellent sailing among beautiful green islands.

This attractive sailing destination will suit sailors who enjoy good winds and exploring unspoiled islands and bays.

Yacht Charter Sailing in Milina & Gulf of Volos

Not far from Milina you will find turquoise bays for swimming and snorkeling in a tranquil and spectacular mountain scenery.

There are many little fishing villages such as Zasteni, Kottai, Agia Kiriaki, and Palio Trickery Island, where you will find unspoiled Greek culture, no cars, and only two tavernas.

The anchorage of Khondri Ammos Bay is hidden behind a marble mountain with perfect blue water is ideal for a swim or overnight stop.

The Pillion peninsular is unspoiled by tourism with lush green landscaped stunning mountains, blue sea, and light warm winds.

Yacht Charter Sailing in Skiathos Island

The busiest and most commercial of the Sporades Islands offers award-winning beaches such as Koukounaries & Platania Bay.

Although busy, the town of Skiathos itself has its kind of Mediterranean charm, with whitewashed box houses and narrow cobbled streets making up the old town.

An ideal stop for some extra provisioning & souvenir shopping (Skiathos has an abundance of arts and crafts offered in the old town shops well worth an evening of browsing).

Skiathos also offers above-average restaurants and tavernas.

If you are looking for nightlife, this is the place to be!

Yacht Charter Sailing in Skopelos Island

Majestic with shades of blues and greens, this lush pine-covered island offers much to the yachtsman; whether you are looking for a quiet, unspoiled anchorage or a town with facilities, it’s all here.

On Skopelos island, you will find the port of Loutraki with its pontoon and facilities, Panormos, a popular anchorage lined with pine that sent the air and the noise of the insects.

Skopelos town with its large quay never filled, hillside dotted with tiny Greek houses and 123 churches.

Another favorite stop is the church site in the Mama Mia movie, with its stunning view from the top and fantastic snorkeling.

Yacht Charter Sailing in Alonnisos & Kyria Pania

Less populated than the other islands, a mass of coves for anchoring and Patatiri & Votsi and Steni Vata ports.

In Steni Vata, you will find a tiny fishing village that specializes in catering to the yachts as the last port of call with civilization you will find everything you need before venturing into the remote island of Kira Panayia, which has two perfect anchorages South bay offering turquoise waters and North bay a natural harbor with a narrow entrance opening up to a large bay, the only inhabitants are goats and birds.

These are, but a few of the gems the Gulf of Volos and the Sporades have to offer, but you need to go and find some for yourselves or revisit and rediscover!

If you have never sailed these waters before, you will not be disappointed, Greece at its best light warm winds, blue sea, white beaches, and lush green landscapes offering some of the best sailings in the Mediterranean.

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11 thoughts on “Best Bareboat and Skippered Yacht Charter Sailing in Greece 2022”

  1. Great Share!

    I love to do adventures in my life and sailing a yacht alone is really an hilarious act which I experienced last summer. The moment I recall those memories it brings back that lovely images of that beautiful place in Croatia.

  2. Great share,

    I love travelling, have been on a cruise but I can see yachts are different and we can experience the sea more closely.

    So, my next vacation would be going on sailing after getting a yacht charter.
    Hope to enjoy this also….

  3. Having a yacht to go cruising on this lovely islands would sure be a delight. It was with so much enthusiasm to see how majestic these islands. I do think they are more magnificent up close. Experiencing such glorious scenery would satisfy your traveling and aesthetic needs.

  4. Greece undoubtedly a worth-seeing place and almost the first choice of all sea lovers. But unfortunately I have never been there but after seeing and reading this amazing share I have made up my mind to visit it once in a life very soon.

    Thanks for this amazing idea!

  5. Greece is one of the most popular destinations for sailing worldwide. Sailing in the sea of eternal myths and history is an experience of a lifetime. The Greek land comprise more than 6,000 islands and islets and a 16,000 km coastline to explore.

    The Greek Islands are famous for the exotic beaches, amazing sightseeing, local gastronomy, nightlife, ancient culture, warmth and hospitality that promise unique dreamy summer holidays with great balance of adventures and relaxing time.

  6. Great article! Greece is indeed a fabulous destination for a yacht charter with so much variety on offer.

    Head to the central Greek cluster of the Ionian Islands for magnificent rugged scenery and adventure – highlights include Zakynthos sea caves and the Bay of Laganas National Park that is a nesting site for loggerhead sea turtles, and the beaches on Kefalonia. The alluring Cyclades Islands are best known for Mykonos and Santorini. Mykonos is known for nightlife, while Santorini will charm you with picturesque white buildings with startling cobalt blue rooftops spilling down the hillsides to the caldera – don’t miss catching the sunset from Oia Town.



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