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Corfu Yacht Charter

Offering a blend of breathtaking landscapes, and pretty whitewashed towns set above glistening turquoise waters, an Ionian Islands yacht charter is the best way to explore the western coast of Greece. The tranquil, rolling, and idyllic coastlines of these Greeks are home to countless charming Greek seaside villages, ancient ruins and cultural landmarks waiting to be discovered. Consisting of 12 main islands, each offers its own distinct green landscape and unique character. Strongly influenced by Italy, no island is the same. Ideal for visiting during the summer months, when the Ionian Sea is warm and calm, and the Meltemi winds afflict the Cyclades Islands; this wonderful Greek archipelago features plenty of activities from historical sightseeing to sunbathing, world-class dining and more.


Home to charming fishing villages, beautiful beaches and quaint harbours, Corfu is a well-known yachting hotspot and favoured among charterers for a good reason. An ideal place to embark or end a Ionian Island yacht charter, as it is the most northern island in the chain, it is also the second-largest Ionian island. Offering a rich history filled with famous artists, poets and writers, enjoy exploring the cosmopolitan town of Corfu before heading to your yacht. Home to two forts, stroll through the narrow streets, admiring the Venetian, French and British influences on the architecture.


Offering an enticing mix of elegant beaches, untouched nature and alluring villages, Paxos is the true hidden jewel of the Ionian Islands. Take in the stark and raw beauty of its wild landscapes before heading ashore. With three main harbours to choose from, Gaios, Laggos and Lakka, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment and restaurants. If you prefer to relax in private, the island also offers several beautiful small coves and bays for secluded anchorages.


Zakynthos, the furthest island within the chain, is also known as “The Flower of the Levant,” as its landscapes are teeming with rich vineyards, olive groves, and orchards. Named by the Venetians who were overwhelmed by its wild beauty, its rich vegetation continues to amaze visitors. A great place to unwind, visit the sulphur springs by Keri for a therapeutic session before heading to one of its golden, wind-swept beaches. Pay a visit to Smugglers’ Cove, one of the most famous beaches in Greece, before exploring Zakynthos Town.




57m – Feadship – 2013