About renting a gulet in Greece
You can find a gulet available to rent with or without a skipper in Greece on the Nautal website. Search for other boats such as sailboats, catamarans, motorboats and more in Greece and/or in the world. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check-in is allowed on selected boats.
Set sail on an incredible group vacation with a gulet rental in Greece. Gulets can generally accommodate large groups of people and are especially ideal when it comes to moving about in large packs—no one needs to move their stuff or themselves! Settle into your new marine hotel and journey the seas, touring your chosen holiday destination on the holiday of a lifetime! Greece has incredible island archipelagos with a glistening sea and shimmering golden sand. Its capital, Athens, is world-famous and an iconic capital in European history.
How much does it cost to rent a gulet in Greece?
A gulet charter in Greece has a different price depending on the capacity if the skipper is included in the price and more. A gulet charter in Greece prices in high season per day is from €1,150 and €7,666 per week.
Is it possible to rent a gulet in Greece with or without a skipper?
It is possible for Greece to gulet charter with or without a skipper. A luxury gulet charter in Greece with a skipper is ideal for those looking to relax onboard and enjoy the sound of the waves. You won't need to worry about the technicalities of sailing.
You are also able to rent a gulet in Greek islands without a skipper. There are limited amounts of gulets available without a skipper due to the difficulty in fixing the boat if it gets damaged. If you want a Greek gulet holiday without a skipper, we recommend booking in advance to ensure you get your dream sailing experience.
What to do in Greece?
Choose from the Dodecanese, Ionian and Cyclades islands or start your gulet rental in the Saronic Gulf. Or better yet, Athens, the heart and soul of Grecian culture.
A gulet charter in Greek islands is a great choice to move around to different islands or stay within the same island and beach hop. If you decide to start your gulet hire in Greece, in Athens then we recommend heading to Aegina.
Looking for a perfect combination of nature, culture and traditional architecture? Poros is great for a summer holiday. The town’s cobblestone streets and neoclassical buildings leave you enamoured. Then head to Spetses! Turquoise waters, Venetian-era port and snaking seaside promenade. This island is a perfect escape from the crowded beaches for a quiet swim, especially for families.
In the Dodecanese, you can hire a gulet in Kos, and though not part of the Dodecanese archipelago, you can also find gulet rentals on the island Patmos, just north of the Dodecanese.
Corfu and Lekas (Lefkada) are our gulet rental bases in the Ionian Islands. A paradise you must visit with your luxury gulet charter in Greek islands is Paxos. Turquoise waters and fine white sand makes this an oasis of serenity. This island has a sense of privacy and tranquillity. If you are looking for a relaxed atmosphere this is a great place to go.
In the Cyclades, you can rent a gulet in Mykonos
. Start your gulet rent in Greece, in Mykonos and end in Athens! Head to Kythnos
, an unspoilt island with over 90 beaches. The unique architecture, great weather and beautiful beaches are extraordinary.
Ios is another top spot, especially for those looking for a Greek party island. Bar hop and dance until sunrise with both locals and tourists that come for this. Then recharge yourself laying on the honey-sanded beaches.
You can’t mention the Cyclades islands without mentioning Paros and Antiparos. Paros is perfect for both the party-goers and those searching for a relaxing time. There is a beautiful bay close by called Monastiri, perfect to work on your tan and satisfy your appetite.
Another must-visit in your gulet yacht charters in Greece is Kos. Mastrichari beach is an exotic white sandy beach and emerald water leave you dreaming of more. If you’re looking to windsurf, this is the best place for you. Kefalos Beach is another favourite with a long sandy cove and a picturesque view of the Kastri islet. Marmari beach is a popular beach on this island and is in between two other beautiful blue beaches, Tigaki and Mastrihari beach.
If you are thinking of visiting Crete this summer, then we must mention one of the most beautiful bays in the world. Located on the east coast of Crete, Mirabello Bay is the largest bay of the Greek islands! The beaches are one of a kind on paradise bay, with blue waters and beaches with views of the mountains from the sea. Make your gulet cruise holidays unique and unforgettable, organising them to suit your favourite dream area.
Something which might intrigue you, even more, is that in Greece, mooring fees are almost non-existent. On the chance that you are asked to pay for mooring by the local marina, it is a measly sum in comparison to other European locations!
Don’t miss out on your private gulet hire in the Greek islands!
How is the weather and sailing conditions in Greece?
Greece has a long summer and can be very warm during the July and August months (30°C+) which means sailing in late spring and early autumn is also very pleasant.
Wind conditions in Greece can vary with the Meltemi wind in summer blowing strongly in a northerly direction, so we advise researching your chosen sailing area accordingly.
Which are the most popular ports in Greece?
The most popular ports in the different islands of Greece are:
- Pylos Marina (Peloponnese)
- Ormos Panagias (Chalkidiki)
- Kevala Port (Kavala)
- Pollonia (Milos)
- Marina Kalamaki (Athens)
How to get to Greece?
Here are the closest airports to our gulet rental locations.
Athens, Attic Coast and Saronic Gulf: Athens International Airport (ATH)
- Corfu: Corfu International Airport (CFU)
- Lefkada island: Aktion Airport (PVK)
- Mykonos: Mykonos International Airport (JMK)