Rent a license-free boat in Greece
You can find license-free boats available to rent in Greece on the Nautal website. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check-in is possible with selected boats; consult the conditions established by each owner.
Greece offers 3,054 islands and 13,676 kilometres of coastline, which are just the ideal conditions for relaxing and embracing days on the water. You may be thinking: can I rent a boat without a license? The answer is yes! We have a large range of boats license-free in Greece!
Rent a boat without a licence and enjoy Greece and its numerous islands. In addition to the wonderful nature, Greece presents a vast spectrum of archaeological treasures, while aboard you can try a variety of watersports.
How much does it cost to rent a boat without a license in Greece?
Renting a boat without a license in Greece costs from 75 £ per day in low season and from 453 £ for a week. In high season, the price of renting a boat without a license in Greece begins from 120 £ per day and from 689 £ for a week.
Is it possible to rent a license free boat with or without a skipper in Greece?
It is possible to do a boat rental without a license with or without a skipper in Greece. It is a great idea to rent a boat without a license and with a skipper if you would prefer to be guided to the different beaches and coves that Greece has to offer.
You can also make a Greece boat rental license free without a skipper. This is a great idea if you want complete freedom to go through the different beaches and coves and discover the underwater world. No need to worry about a sailing license in Greece!
What to do in Greece?
No matter where you want to go in Greece, boat hire license free are an ideal way to make the most of your vacation. The best part about a boat hire without a license is the freedom you gain. No need to worry about a boat license in Greece! Just find your favourite private spot to drop your anchor and jump in.
Greece maintains two national marine parks, so the fauna and flora of the country are rich. Whether you snorkel or dive, renting a boat without a license is the perfect way to enjoy these activities. Renting boats without a licence and exploring Greece underwater is a special experience. For instance, the ancient port of Toroni lies below sea level in Cape Likithos, and there is an anchor cemetery near Panormos. But of course, between all attractions and Greece's numerous islands, you're better off moving around by boat. Quiet bays, rugged cliffs and sandy beaches are just as enticing as ancient coastal installations which means you can still enjoy both diversity and relaxation on a day trip as well as a longer charter.
Visiting Athens or sailing near the Attic Coast and Saronic Gulf? Your number one priority should be viewing the Acropolis and Parthenon. Athens is a historical landmark for Europe and still holds many of its ancient treasures and buildings. Its centre also has plenty of lovely bars, restaurants and cafes for refuelling after sightseeing!
The Ionian Islands is a perfect party destination with Kavos, Zakynthos and Corfu town for those willing to dance the night away or host a private boat party. There is also Lefkada, Paxi and more islands! Yet there are also stunning beaches and quiet coves where you can unwind in the peaceful harmony of light waves against the pearl white sand with the scent of fresh sea salt. Tip: Myrtos Beach in Kefalonia is a personal favourite of ours to rent a boat in Greece!
On the eastern coast of Greece, the Sporades Islands. This consists of Skopelos, Skiathos, Alonissos and more. These islands are encompassed in gorgeous stretches of sand and pebbles where you can bathe and snorkel. They also have their own fair share of historical buildings, churches and fortresses where you can lose yourself in Grecian archeology and architecture.
Next, the Cyclades are made up of Santorini, Mykonos, Paros, Milos
and more. These islands possess vibrant towns with plenty of nightlife in the summertime, as well as unique landmarks such as the windmills of Kato Mili in Mykonos. Santorini’s blue-domed churches are postcard-perfect against the shimmering sea, though this island is also renowned for its wine, due to the fertile earth of the island.
What is the weather like in Greece?
Greece has a Mediterranean climate, which makes the weather mild. If you rent a boat without a licence and sail in Greece, you will be interested in the sailing season, which starts in early April and lasts until November. There are many tourists in Greece in the high season at the end of July and beginning of September, which makes travelling on land more difficult. The weather in summer is characterised by a cool and dry northerly wind (called Meltemi), which provides the best sailing conditions from afternoon until sunset.
Which are the most popular ports in Greece?
The most popular ports in Greece are:
- Marina lagonisiou vourvourou (Chalkidiki)
- Aliki (Paros)
- Marina Delta Kallithea (Athens)
- Vlichada Marina (Santorini)
- Gouvia Marina (Corfu)
How to get to Greece?
Rent a boat without a licence and explore Greece and its many small quirky islands. Choose between a day trip or a longer charter depending on your holiday plans. If you're travelling to Greece by car, be sure to take the route via Bulgaria (Sofia to Thessaloniki) and pass the Kulata-Promachonas border crossing. You can also travel to Greece by train and bus from various European countries. Most travellers, however, prefer a direct flight. There are flights to a total of 18 destinations on the mainland and the Greek islands, and you can choose any of them since ferries connect the larger islands with the mainland and with each other.