Tinos, Greece

Rent a boat in Tinos, Greece in a few minutes!

Rent a boat in Tinos, Greece in a few minutes!


Hiring a boat is the ideal way to explore the hidden beauty of Tinos. Tinos is the third largest island in the Cyclades and has a coastline of 114 kilometers. With a private yacht charter, you can spend time away from the villages and busy urban lifestyle and discover the beaches of your choice. Tinos has a picturesque port and is a popular island for a day cruise from Mykonos. You can easily find the ideal catamaran, sailboat, motor yacht or speedboat of your choice from any port in Tinos or any other marina in the Cyclades. You can directly contact the owners of the vessels for the ideal boat, or simply allow a BednBlue travel expert to guide you with some suggestions.

You have plenty of options:

You can book and hire a sailboat or speedboat with a skipper, or without if you own a license, and enjoy a one-day cruise to Mykonos. You also have the option to rent a motorboat and tour various beaches you desire in a short amount of time, Agios Romanos is highly recommended. If you book a catamaran you can throw a birthday or bachelor party, celebrate a wedding anniversary or enjoy a corporate charter. Finally, you can hire a luxury yacht or sailboat and visit neighboring islands in the Cyclades for as many days as you wish.

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Boats in Tinos

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Tinos is located on the northern side of the Cyclades and is known all over Greece as a top pilgrim destination. Tinos is the birthplace of many famous Greek sculptors and is an island where art and faith rest in harmony. This is reflected in the marble-paved squares, archaeological sites, and the 750 churches and chapels that spread around an area of 197 square kilometers. The most famous church that stands out is the church of Panagia (Virgin) located above the capital, Chora. It is said to be the protector of the country and the source of numerous miracles. Every 15th of August, thousands of pilgrims all over Greece descend to attend the biggest annual religious fête, who keep a solemn promise to Virgin Mary. In fact, pilgrims who traveled to Delos near Mykonos, also stopped by this sacred island to purify themselves. Moreover, Tinos is known for its artfully crafted dovecotes. These wonderful constructions can be found in the villages of Tarambados, Potamia, Kardiani, and Agapi, and their main purpose was for pigeon breeding, a crucial supplement to the inhabitants’ diet for over 300 hundred years. Visitors are not aware of the great coastline and the unspoiled beauties this island offers. With so many inland villages to pick from, Tinos may be misleading when it comes to yachting. However, by renting a boat in Tinos you can reveal some well-kept secrets of the Cyclades and have the perfect vacation.

Aghios Sosits is a beach resort situated in the bay of Laouti. It is a rather organized beach and is only 5 km away from the main capital and harbor of the island. You can enjoy cruising this long sandy beach with a speedboat or motorboat, the waters are shallow and there are many amenities available. You will have wonderful views of Mykonos, Delos, and Rhenia, you may even enjoy a day cruise to those neighboring islands. On the southern part of the island, you can visit the famous beach of Agios Romanos. With a catamaran, you can enjoy swimming and snorkeling in crystal clear waters. This beach is a go-to spot for sailors since there are only 30 permanent residents, making it an ideal place to escape from the big tourist crowds. From the small quaint harbor, you can enjoy a day cruise to Syros right opposite. Another great beach is Panormos which is enclosed by an islet called Planitis. The seaside village is near Pyrgos and you can stop at many traditional restaurants by docking your boat by the picturesque port.

Any moment you are sailing you can stop by villages near the main town of Tinos. Falatado and Kardiani are by far the prettiest villages, not only will you find superb houses made of marble but also working winepresses and raki distilleries. Isternia and Tripotamos are mountainous villages with panoramic views of the Aegean you can also visit. Tsiknias and Boreas are names taken from Greek mythology, they are the same winds that strike the entire island. Finally, with a yacht charter in Tinos, you can enjoy island-hopping to the destination of your choice. Syros, Andros, and Mykonos surround this beautiful island and are all wonderful day trips. With a sailboat and a skipper on board, you will have an unforgettable vacation in the so-called “handmade island”.

Below you will find some useful information for your boat rentals in Tinos.

Tinos Harbor: The only sheltered harbor of the island with a depth of 3 m for vessels. Just east of the harbor you can find the cove of Agios Fokas, also offering excellent shelter from prevailing winds.

There is no airport on Tinos island, the nearest one is in Mykonos.

There are ferries from Piraeus, Rafina and Lavrio in Athens to Tinos island.