Greece Sailing Yachts

Luxury Greece Sailing yachts Over 100 Feet

Greece charters offers some of the most elegant and sleek sailing yachts in the world. The Greek sailing yachts featured below are above 100 Feet and are all available for your Greek sailing vacation. We welcome you to select any of the yachts and we will provide you with all the necessary information to help you decide on the best sailing yacht for your Greece yacht charter.


Rates

High Rate: 16500.00 EUR per week
Low Rate: 11500.00 EUR per week
MCA Compliant: MCA Compliant
Rates are Plus Expenses

Additional Rate Details:
Summer seasons on the Med:

Low season - May 1 to 31 & October 1 to 31
2 pax - 11,500 euros
4 pax - 12,500 euros
6 pax - 13,500 euros
8-10 pax - 14,500 euros

Mid season - June 1 to 30 & September 1 to 30
2 pax - 12,500 euros
4 pax - 13,500 euros
6 pax - 14,500 euros
8-10 pax - 15,500 euros

High season - July 1 to August 31
2 pax - 13,500 euros
4 pax - 14,500 euros
6 pax - 15,500 euros
8-10 pax - 16,500 euros

Children under 10 are free.

No Delivery fees for Croatia and Montenegro for 2020.

VAT 13% for Croatia charters. No VAT if charter itinerary remains in Montenegro, and no VAT for Ionian Sea and Dodecanese islands in Greece.
Breakfast and lunch included
Dinner onboard is on a pre-booked basis, cost is 50 euros per head including local alcohol
Fuel is included and mooring for arrival and drop off is included
Local bar is included but fine wines and spirits are not.
20% APA
Noon to Noon for embarkation / disembarkation (good for flight connections) if required.
Charters for Corfu, Greece to embark / disembark in Albania, and Turkey for Dodecanese islands, to comply with Greek charter rules.
Summer Base Port: Kotor, Montenegro & Croatia & Greece
Summer Operating Area: Greece, Croatia
Winter Base Port: Montenegro & Italy
Winter Operating Area: Greece, Croatia

Location Details:
Based in Montenegro. Please inquire for itineraries in Croatia.
Bellacha is also available in Greece, Ionian Sea for Corfu.
Also inquire for South Dodecanese islands (capital island is Rhodes) and North Dodecanese islands (capital island is Amos)