Rent a Motorboat in Greece
You can find motorboats to rent in Greece and in different destinations around the world on the Nautal website. Flexible cancellation or changes are allowed up to 15 days before check in on selected boats. Check the conditions established with each boat owner.
The perfect choice for those who want to zoom the sensational coastlines of Greek islands and the mainland, a motorboat rental in Greece is a luxurious, yet convenient, way of spending your summer vacation in Mediterranean heaven. Escape to island archipelagos in the Ionian Sea or cruise the many Cyclades Islands and their diverse features, or ultimately explore the rich and timeworn city of Athens. Plan your motorboat charter to suit your taste and routine with an ideal balance between relaxation and adventure.
What is the price of a motorboat rental in Greece?
Rent a motorboat in Greece for the cost of 100 £ per day in low season. While in high season, the cost is from 150 £ per day.
Is it possible to rent a motorboat in Greece with or without a skipper?
A motor boat charter in Greece can be with or without a skipper. If you want to relax and enjoy your boating holiday while traveling through the popular islands then rent with a skipper. You can let someone else worry about the technicalities of sailing and you enjoy crystal clear waters.
You can also do a bareboat motor boat charter in Greece if you have a valid boating license or there are license free boats you can rent! A bareboat charter in Greece is a great idea if you want to take charge of your sailing experiences.
What to do in Greece?
If you’re looking for vibrant nightlife and delicious Greek food, islands such as Corfu are a catch with the perfect combination of metropolitan lifestyle and spectacular beaches for island retreat vacations.
Athens is a treat for all audiences with its illustrious history and breathtaking landmarks. The evening culture is somewhat different—bars and restaurants in Athens are quirky, lively and an entirely different experience to the daytime atmosphere.
If you’re visiting Athens
or sailing near the Attic Coast, then you need to go look at the Acropolis and Parthenon. Athens is a histoical landmark for Europe and stil holds many of its ancient treasures and buildings. You may choose to start your motor boat rental in Greece in Athens or even do multiple hires in different cities to get to know Greece on the water!
Looking to party? The Ionian islands
have many party destinations
such as Kavos
! If you are looking to dance the night away or even host a boat party then this is the place. There are also stunning beaches and private coves
waiting to be discovered. The peaceful harmony of light waves against the pearl white sand with the scent of sea salt. What is missing on your motor boat hire in Greece?
There are also many islands on the east coast of Greece, such as the Sporades islands. Encompassed in gorgeous stretches of sand and pebbles where you can bathe and snorkel. The islands have their own share of histoical buildings, churches and fortresses where you can learn about the Greek archeology and architecture. Speed boat charters in Greece are always a great idea to explore these beautiful islands!
The Cyclades possess vibrant towns with plenty of nightlife in the summertime, as well as unique landmarks such as the windmills of Kato Mill in Mykonos. Santorini’s blue-domed churches are picturesque against the shimmering sea. The island is also known for its wine, so make sure you try some on your sailing holiday!
A motor boat holiday is waiting for you! No matter if you want to get to know the area close to where you are or will do a motorboat charter in Greece in each city you visit. Greece has so many small islands you can also visit from the larger mainland! This is a perfect idea for a day trip on your speedboat charter in Greece.
Greek’s west coast is a hidden paradise, often described as the caribbean of Greece. Some well known beaches to visit can include Bella Vraka which is on the islet of Mourtemeno. Another one you shouldn’t miss is Piscina, a sand and pebble beach on the islet of Aghios Nikolaos. Check out the motor boat hire near you and enjoy the vacation of your dreams.
What is the weather like for sailing in Greece?
As you would expect, being a Mediterranean country the temperatures in summer are truly blissful. Charter your motorboat in May and experience cooler temperatures (though still in the twenties) and fewer crowds, or visit in July and August when temperatures reach the thirties and you have the cool sea (your own exclusive swimming pool, if you like) for escaping the summer heat.
Please note that the meltemi wind in the summertime can be rather forceful in certain areas of Greece. You can charter a motorboat with a skipper if you aren’t keen on the technical stuff, or simply fancy sailing with an expert to teach you the ropes!
In which ports can I find motorboats in Greece?
Motorboat hire in Greece range from the north in Thessaly all the way down to the Cyclades Islands.
Marina Kalamaki is our main marina in Athens.
Other mainland locations include:
- West Greece - Port of Kyllini
Our island rental areas are the Cyclades and Ionian Islands.
Venture wherever you desire on your motorboat and revel in the incredibly lower and sometimes non-existent mooring fees! An extra benefit of sailing Greek waters!
In addition to motorboat hire in Greece, you can also find catamarans, yachts, and sailing boats.
How to get to Greece?
Greece has many airports so below we have pointed out the closest airports to our motorboat rental locations.
Athens, Attic Coast and Saronic Gulf: Athens International Airport (ATH)
Thessaly: Nea Anchialos National Airport (VOL)
Port of Kyllini: Araxos Airport (GPA)
Lefkas island: Aktion Airport (PVK)
Corfu: Corfu International Airport (CFU)