Rent a catamaran in Greece and explore the Greek islands that are part of the Saronic, Cyclades, Dodecanese, Sporades or Ionian complex. We recommend you start off from Athens, Corfu, Lefkada or Rhodes for your sailing vacation in Greece as they have the biggest and most popular marinas. The renowned Harbour of Piraeus for example can take you to islands located in the Saronic Gulf in less than 3 hours into places such as Hydra and Poros. Similarly, Marina Gouvia in Corfu handles and functions as the main hub in the Ionian Sea with the opportunity to explore the Paxi islands nearby. There are many secluded beaches and islets worth exploring in Greece, a catamaran will ensure you have the perfect balance of exhilaration and tranquility. With a catamaran, you can throw a party on board or celebrate a wedding anniversary or enjoy a cultural sightseeing tour with frequent stops to ancient temples, caves or settlements by the shore. Finally, with your own private catamaran, you will have plenty of space to enjoy an overnight trip with your family and friends, with cabins that can take up to 8 guests.
There is a big demand for Catamaran rentals in Greece as the vast majority of groups are looking for spacious cabins and to dock into secluded bays and beaches closer to the coast. Catamaran charters in Greece prices range from 1,300 euros up to 25,000 euros per week and they change according to the speed, comfort, luxury and additional packages that come along such as stand-up paddle, kayaks or food onboard. If you go for group renting, you will get more discounts on rates and if you book 4-5 months in advance you will receive a more affordable charter. Greek island hopping on a Catamaran gives you more advantages than motor yachts as they are extremely fast, stable and most importantly safe!
BednBlue Yacht Charter Platform offers a wide selection of available catamarans for charter in Greece. Find the ideal catamaran for you in a few minutes and send a request to book it. You can also send the Owner a message or contact us with your questions. If you still cannot decide which is the perfect fit for you, let a travel expert suggest the best sailing boats, catamarans or motor yachts for your trip.