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Santorini Yacht Charter

Renowned for its magical sunsets, beautiful whitewashed buildings and blue-domed roofs, the island of Santorini is simply exquisite. Located within the spectacular Cyclades Islands chain, a Santorini yacht charter will take you and your guests on an unforgettable journey across its glistening azure waters and offer breathtaking views of its stunning landscape. Nestled in the Aegean Sea, the island of Santorini is encircled by tall cliffs which soar over 300-metres. The result of one of the largest volcanic eruptions ever recorded that turned the circular island into a crescent, Santorini features some of the most distinctive beaches in Greece. For example, the “Red Beach,” a pebble beach set against a red cliff backdrop and “Kamari Beach,” known for its surreal black sand. One of Greece’s most idyllic and romantic destinations, envelop yourself in its unique atmosphere as you explore everything the island and its neighbouring isles has to offer during your charter yacht.


The beautiful capital of Santorini, Firá, is a vision of pristine whitewashed buildings built into the impressive, rugged cliffs that lead off into the sea. Wander along its narrow footpaths and take in the staggering view before visiting some of its historical sites, churches and monasteries to learn more about the past of this picturesque village. Rent a car and explore Imerovigli and Firostefani, two other charming villages perched on the caldera, before heading back to your charter yacht to watch a spectacular sunset.


The most famous village in Santorini, Oia, has managed to retain its natural, coarse beauty over the years despite becoming increasingly popular. Known for its quiet way of life and rural living, the village consists of a complex of charismatic houses in small streets, flowering verandas and blue-domed churches built right into the cliff. Spot the difference between the houses built for Venetian sea captains of the past and traditional cave houses from the villages before heading down 300 steps to the small port of Ammoudi. Watch the sunset before heading back to your charter yacht for a nightcap.

Leros Island

A mythical island where the ancient Greek Goddess Artemis is said to have gone hunting, the island of Leros is part of the Dodecanese island chain. Dotted with charming villages, such as Alinda and Agia Marina, this spectacular island also holds a rich historical past reflected in its impressive Medieval castle and settlements. Leros also boasts outstanding beaches, known for their crystal clear waters and stunning seabed.




57m – Feadship – 2013