Rent a boat in Athens and discover this magnificent city. From Athens, you can sail in the Aegean and head for the Cyclades or the Saronic Islands. Marinas such as Alimos- Kalamaki, Lavrion or Faliro await you to begin your Mediterranean cruise. A chartered power boat, yacht or catamaran is a great mean of transport to visit the remains of antiquity dispersed across the Peloponnese. The ports of Athens are very well equipped and allow you a convenient cruise. Boat rental in Athens is the assurance of a holiday that combines exceptional cultural discoveries and beautiful landscapes. ...more information
Tijana : Marina is huge and has a very good access to the ship to come by car, which is very important for luggage. The staff is very kind,... read more
Ovidiu : The yacht was clean and had everything we need. The personnel was very helpful and flexible. They also helped with transportation ... read more
Athens, capital of Greece, is an amazing city. Symbol of ancient Greece, this bustling metropolis is also a dynamic, attractive and cultural place. As you wander through the streets of Athens, the diversity and the lively atmosphere there will surprise you. Between ancient monuments and museums of contemporary art, Athens is a subtle mix of old and new. Athens is a genuine historic symbol and therefore one of the most visited cities in the world. It hosted the first Modern Olympic Games in 1896 and also went through a tourism boom in 2004 with the Summer Olympic Games.
Built in a mountain bowl, Athens is surrounded by the Mount Hymettus to the east, the Mounts Pentelicus and Parnitha to the north and the Mount Egaleo to the west. To the south, it is bordered by the Saronic Gulf.
Ideally located, Athens’s harbour is a gate to the Saronic Gulf and a perfect starting point for cruising around Greece. No less than 9 marinas border the city of Athens and will be able to assist you with your sailing plans. As soon as you set sail, you will get to explore this gorgeous area and will be able to drop anchor in quiet little places and typical fishing harbours. Famous for their natural environment, typical architecture, sunny Mediterranean climate and warm welcome, the islands of the Saronic Gulf will no doubt enchant you throughout your cruise.
The prevailing wind is the Meltemi wind that blows from the north-north-east between July and September. It can blow at force of 6 on the Beaufort scale but is generally quite light in this area. When the Meltemi wind doesn’t get up, the thermal wind from the south comes up around midday and dies at sunset.
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