Yacht rentals in Mykonos are a favourite for Nautal customers. You can find yachts available to rent in Mykonos or around the world. Flexible cancellations or changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats. Check the conditions established with each boat owner. For more boat rental options checkout Nautal’s website for catamaran, motorboats and sailing boats.
Mykonos is part of the Cyclades islands in Greece. This magnificent island with its one of a kind landscape with white washed blue roofed homes. It is a dreamy area for both honeymooners, party-goers and more. You can choose whether to go for the party vacation or get to know Greek culture. Go visit archaeological museums in the area, go snorkeling or try some of the most delicious greek food.
Your Mykonos yacht charter allows you to visit nearby islands in the Cyclades such as Paros, Ios, and Milos or even rent a boat there instead! Mykonos is a popular island especially for those looking for lively nightlife. This island was named after the greek mythologist Mykono, the sun of Apolo.
A yacht charter in Mykonos ranges in prices depending on the capacity, season, characteristics of the boat, location of the rental and more. A Mykonos yacht day charter during low season can start from €2,231 and in high season can be anywhere from €3,718. In low season Mykonos yacht rental can start from €19,084 per week and in high season €26,023 per week.
Mykonos luxury yachts are available to rent with or without a skipper. To rent a yacht without a skipper you need a valid nautic boating license. If you’re not sure, check with the boat owner. The options for without a skipper are limited, so if you want to sail your own yacht hurry to book!
Luxury yacht charters in Mykonos are available to rent with a skipper. For some boat rentals the skipper is included and mandatory, and for others the price is an additional cost. You can also charter a yacht with a captain and crew to enhance your charter experience while visiting the beautiful islands around Mykonos.
Ready to make a boat rental in Mykonos Greece? Let us tell you where you need to visit! The Aegean seas are full of beautiful beaches, olive groves, and fishing villages. Whether you want to go island hopping or find remote sandy beaches in the Ionian seas this vacation spot is waiting for you!
Mykonos is part of the famous Cyclades greek islands. Its dreamy landscapes and nightlife attract everyone from world class DJs, backpackers and families. Mykonos is said to be one of the windiest islands. One loved area is the windmills of Kato Mili which is one of the most iconic and best things to do in the area!
In the evening, stop at Little Venice in Mykonos. It has something for everyone! Intimate restaurants, bars, and the scenic town is easily one of the best places to visit in Mykonos. The local cuisine, especially in Mykonos, is a must-try! We recommend trying the kopanisti, a spicy cheese spread and louza which is thinly sliced spicy pork.
Agios Sostis Beach is loved by foodies with the smell of pork skewers chargrilled and the landscape. It's relatively quiet however in July and August it now tends to get crowded. This area is great for swimming.
Are you looking to dance? Head to Paradise Beach which has a variety of nightlights, beach parties and music! In the summer, certain clubs may host world-class DJs so make sure you book tables in advance. This area also is packed with marine life such as octopus, starfish and barracuda. Go snorkeling in the area to discover some interesting aquatic animals.
Looking instead for somewhere to put your feet up and listen to the water’s waves hit against the boat? Panormos Beach is a quieter and peaceful beach and is particularly popular with small restaurants in the area. From here you can head to Lover’s Beach, another sandy cove.
Psarou Bay is a luxurious destination with super yachts bobbing in the crystal clear waters and the eponymous village. This place is popular with locals and visitors alike with delicious restaurants.
Motor yacht rentals in Mykonos are a perfect way to island hop! Delos Island is an amazing small island perfect for a daytrip. The island is full of archaeologist gems with the House of Cleopatra, Agora of the Italians and Lions’ Terrace.
If island hopping interests you, check out our suggested itinerary from Mykonos to Santorini. Mykonos boat rentals give you the freedom to explore the aegean islands or the ionian islands so don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity.
Mykonos, similar to all of the Mediterranean climate, follows warm summers and colder winters. There is a prevailing strong N-NW Meltemi wind in the summer heat. On average in the winter from November to March the weather ranges from 8°C and highs of 13°C. In the summer instead the weather heats up with temperatures ranging from highs of 27°C and lows of 15°C.
There are many ports you may choose to moor in if you want to travel all throughout the island. Some of the most popular ports your private boat hire in Mykonos are in include:
There are many ways to travel to Mykonos. One way is to rent a boat in a different island of the Aegean sea and travel to Mykonos. You can also get to Mykonos by plane arriving to Mykonos International Airport (IATA:JMK). It is about 4km away from the main town. Likewise there are daily flights to Athens International Airport where you can rent a boat and arrive at Mykonos.
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