Corinth, Greece

Rent a Yacht in Corinth, Greece in a few minutes!

Rent a Yacht in Corinth, Greece in a few minutes!


Hiring a yacht is the ideal way to cross the Corinth Canal and explore the hidden beauty of the Peloponnese. Corinth has three good harbors and connects the Aegean to the Ionian Sea, making it easier for yachts or cruise ships to circumnavigate the Peloponnese and Saronic Gulf. You can easily find the ideal yacht of your choice from any of the three harbors in Corinth. You can directly contact the owners for the ideal vessel, or simply allow a BednBlue travel expert to guide you with some suggestions.

You have plenty of options:

You can book and hire a yacht with a skipper, or without one if you own a license, and enjoy a one-day cruise to the Alkionides Islands, You also have the option to rent a motor yacht and tour various beaches in Loutraki. Limni Vouliagmeni is highly recommended. Finally, you can hire a luxury yacht at a fair price and explore new destinations in the Saronic Gulf for as many days as you wish.

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Yacht in Corinth

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Corinth is about 80 km west of Athens and is a celebrated city that joins central Greece to the Peloponnese through a six-kilometer waterway. Also referred to as the Corinth Canal, it has facilitated cruise ships sailing toward the Saronic Gulf.  For many years the canal has commanded the traffic of both the eastern and the western seas. Opening the canal through the Isthmus, made the Romans, Byzantines, and Venetians feel overwhelmed and give up overnight. As centuries passed, with science and technology growing, the Corinth Canal was finally completed. It is now the safest access route to and from all destinations in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea ports.

Before you cross the Corinth Canal, you are going to love exploring several sites and landmarks. Do not miss the Loutraki Waterfalls and the Sousaki Volcano. Both landmarks have interesting rock formations and amazing scenery. The Melagavi Lighthouse and the Heraion of Perachora are also visited by thousands of culture and history lovers. After unraveling the ancient city’s glorious sites, it is time for you to enjoy a yacht trip in Corinth. By exploring various islands and beaches across the Gulf you will have a wonderful yachting adventure in Greece.

Your yacht tour in Corinth can begin in the Aklionides Islands in the northeastern part of the Gulf. The islands are known for their virgin landscapes. Just opposite you can make a stop to the Cave of Seals Beach, a natural arch with turquoise waters that can only be accessed by boat. Just a few km from the center of Loutraki, you will find the beautiful region of Vouliagmeni. This is one of the most beautiful lagoons in Greece. It consists of a sandy beach offering shallow and crystal clear waters that are embraced by a natural pine forest. You will also be enchanted by Lakazeza Beach and Sterna Beach, which are ideal for privacy seekers.

Your sailing holidays in Corinth may be extended for 4 or 5 days on a motor yacht.  You may explore Xylokastro, Feneos, and the beautiful town of Nafpaktos. On route along the northern coast of the Gulf, you will find the beautiful bay of Saranda. Navigating through Isthmia, you may spend a few days in the Saronic Gulf. This will give you access to new destinations such as Aegina, Agistri, Spetses, and Epidavros for example.

Below you will find some useful information for your yacht rentals in Corinth.

Corinth Main Port: Situated on the southeast side of the Gulf of Corinth. It offers space for yachts and instant access to the shores of the Ionian Sea. Caution must be taken when entering or leaving the canal. You will find a bar and restaurant within the port, as well as electricity and drinking water.