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Yacht rentals in Corfu

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Yacht rental Corfu

A yacht is the perfect boat for those who want to get the most out of their holiday and turn it into something special every day. With a yacht rental in Corfu, you are guaranteed a varied selection of excellent wines and culinary delights on board. Enjoy the unique green natural scenery, rich cultural heritage and vibrant nightlife of the island. 

Ports and marinas for your yacht rental in Corfu

Corfu is a historic island rich in traditions and natural wonders. A yacht rental allows you to experience a carefree and first-class holiday on the Ionian Sea. The starting point of your private cruise is the marina of Gouvia. A great and exclusive benefit of a rented yacht is that you can virtually travel with your floating hotel and move comfortably from one port to another.

Tips for your yacht rental in Corfu

With your yacht, you can visit the most beautiful beaches of Corfu and enjoy pure relaxation in front of beautiful natural scenery. Or take advantage of the many recreational and water sports equipment on board your yacht to power up and enjoy the fantastic weather conditions. We especially recommend the beaches; Gouvia, Dasia, Ipsos, Afionas and Agios Georgios in the north of the island. In the south, you will find the less visited and quieter beaches of Chalikounas and Agios Gordios.

We recommend that you visit the city of Corfu, with its characteristic historical centre. Be sure to try local products such as cheese, olive oil and the excellent wine. Those who have organised an onboard chef will be delighted by the many fresh ingredients. 

Tips for your journey to Corfu

Corfu is connected to many major European cities through different paths. The airports; Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt am Main and Munich are directly connected to the island airport Corfu (CFU).

If you take the ferry to Corfu instead, you can take one of the direct connections from Venice, Ancona, Bari, Brindisi (Italy), Himara and Saranda (Albania) or Igoumenitsa and Patras (Greece).

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