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Yacht Charter Peloponnese

Rent a yacht in Peloponnese and enjoy the adventure. Available 0 yachts. 2 yachts are available on your dates. If you are still undecided about a specific model and want to compare several boats, add the boats to the comparison list or contact our manager. Popular regions and cities: Greece, Lefkada, Lefkas Marina, Athens, Alimos Marina, Skiathos, Skiathos, Volos, Paroikia port, Milos, Mykonos, Corfu, Marina Gouvia, Preveza, Preveza Main Port, Sami - Kefalonia, Sami Port, Lavrion, Lavrion Main Port, Rhodes, Rhodes Marina, Zakynthos, Olympic Marina, Kavala, Preveza Marina, Port of Lefkas, Cleopatra Marina, Keramoti - Kavala, Keramoti, Marina Kos, Mandraki Port, Achillio, Achillio port, Nea Peramos - Attica, Nea Peramos, Santorini - Vlichada, Vlichada port, Nikiana Marina, Elefsina, Marina Eleusis, Marina Delta Kallithea, Lavrion Marina, Corfu harbor, Salamina, Salamis Yachting Club, Marina Perigiali, NAOK Sailing Club, Marina Benitses, Patra , Marina Patras, Hellinikon, Agios Kosmas Marina, Zante, Kalympaki Marina, Neos Marmaras - Chalkidiki, Neos Marmaras Port, Nikiti - Chalkidiki, Nikiti, Piso Livadi Port, 4th Marina Glyfada, Chania, Crete, Chania, Kalamata, Nydri Port, Kanistro, Chalkidiki, Marina Miraggio, Korfos, Korfos port, Santorini, Santorini Port, Agia Effimia, Heraklion, Heraklion Port, Ormos Panagias, Chalkidiki, Ormos Panagias, Ios, Port of Ios, Kefalonia , Agia Pelagia Marina, Naousa Marina, Porto Carras, Chalkidiki, Porto Carras, Argostoli - Kefalonia, Marina Argostoli, Old Port, Vliho Yacht Club, Antiparos, Saronic Gulf (Athens), Corfu, Crete, Halkidiki, Kefalonia, Kos, Lefkada, North East Aegean, Milos, Mykonos, Paros, Peloponnese, Rhodes, Salamina, Santorini, Skiathos, Sporades, Zakynthos, Marina of Perama, Marina Levkas, Port Skiathos, Lefkas Port, D-Marin Lefkas, Marina Rhodes, Rhodos, Rhodes marina, Corfu, Gouvia Marina, Glyfada Marina, Delta Kallithea Marina, Port of Kavala, Nautical Athletic Club of Perama, Lefkas, Marina Syvota, Ionian, Dodecanese, Cyclades, Patra , Marina Patras, Kalamata, Korfos, Korfos port, Peloponnese Choose among yacht types: Sailboat, Catamaran Cabins: 4-cabins Persons: 4-persons, 6-persons, 8-persons
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Renting a sailboat in Peloponnese, Greece can be a wonderful way to explore the stunning coastline and islands of the region. With a variety of sailboats available for rent, it's easy to find the perfect vessel to match your sailing experience and desired route. From the cosmopolitan town of Nafplio to the secluded beaches of Elafonisos, renting a sailboat in Peloponnese can provide an unforgettable experience.

The winds of Peloponnese

Bora (NE)

Bora winds, also known as the "northeastern," are strong, cold and dry winds that can affect the Peloponnese region of Greece. These winds originate from the northeast and are channeled through mountainous areas, gaining strength and velocity. The Bora winds can reach speeds of up to 120 km/h, causing significant damage to trees and buildings in their path. The Bora winds are most common during the winter months, but can occur at any time of the year. They are typically associated with low-pressure systems moving over the region, which can bring heavy rain and storms. In addition to their destructive force, the Bora winds can also be dangerous for shipping and fishing boats operating in the affected areas. Despite their potential dangers, the Bora winds also have some positive effects on the region. They help to regulate temperatures and humidity levels, which can be beneficial for agriculture and local ecosystems. The winds also contribute to the unique weather patterns and climate of the Peloponnese region.

Tramontana (N to NW)

Tramontana winds, also known as "northern to northwesterly" winds, can affect the Peloponnese region of Greece. These winds originate from the north and northwest, bringing cool and dry air to the area. The Tramontana winds can be quite strong and gusty, especially when passing over mountainous areas. The Tramontana winds are most common during the winter months, but can occur at any time of the year. They can be particularly intense in the coastal areas, causing high waves and rough seas. Despite their potential hazards for navigation and water sports, the Tramontana winds are generally considered beneficial for the region as they help to clear the air of pollution and dust. In addition, the Tramontana winds have some positive effects on local ecosystems and agriculture. They help to regulate temperatures and humidity levels, which can be beneficial for crops and natural habitats. The Tramontana winds also contribute to the unique weather patterns and climate of the Peloponnese region.

Jugo (SE)

Jugo winds, also known as "southeasterly" winds, are warm and humid winds that can affect the Peloponnese region of Greece. These winds originate from the southeast and are typically associated with low-pressure systems and storms moving over the region. The Jugo winds can bring heavy rain and thunderstorms, as well as high waves and strong currents in the coastal areas. The Jugo winds are most common during the fall and winter months, but can occur at any time of the year. They can be particularly intense in the coastal areas, making them hazardous for navigation and water sports. In addition, the high humidity levels associated with the Jugo winds can lead to increased risk of mold and mildew growth in homes and buildings. Despite their potential dangers, the Jugo winds also have some positive effects on the region. They help to regulate temperatures and humidity levels, which can be beneficial for agriculture and local ecosystems. The winds also contribute to the unique weather patterns and climate of the Peloponnese region.

Mistral (NW)

Mistral winds, also known as "northwesterly" winds, can affect the Peloponnese region of Greece. These winds originate from the northwest and are characterized by their cool, dry and gusty nature. The Mistral winds can bring clear skies and cooler temperatures, making them a welcome relief from hot and humid weather. The Mistral winds are most common during the summer months, but can occur at any time of the year. They can be particularly strong in the coastal areas, causing high waves and rough seas. Despite their potential hazards for navigation and water sports, the Mistral winds are generally considered beneficial for the region as they help to clear the air of pollution and dust. In addition, the Mistral winds have some positive effects on local ecosystems and agriculture. They help to regulate temperatures and humidity levels, which can be beneficial for crops and natural habitats. The Mistral winds also contribute to the unique weather patterns and climate of the Peloponnese region.

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Free Deposit Pack

With FDP (Free Deposit Pack), you have the chance to avoid a full security deposit and lock in your funds. Just pay 20% upfront (non-refundable), and experience a hassle-free journey. * The price of the FDP rises to 25% if booked less than 30 days before the charter.