Athens Motor Yacht Charter

Greece has a history stretching back more than 4.000 years. The people of the mainland, called Hellenes, organised great naval and military expeditions, and explored the Mediterranean and the Black Sea, going as far as the Atlantic Ocean and the Caucasus Mountains. One of those expeditions, the siege of Troy, is narrated in the first great European literary work, Homer's Iliad. Numerous Greek settlements were established throughout the Mediterranean, Asia Minor and the coast of North Africa as a result of travels in search of new markets.

During the Classical period (5th century B.C.), Greece was comprised of city-states, the largest being Athens, followed by Sparta and Thebes. A fierce spirit of independence and love of freedom enabled the Greeks to defeat the Persians in famous battles - Marathon, Thermopylae, Salamis and Plataea.

In the second half of the 4th century BC, the Greeks, led by Alexander the Great, conquered most of the then known world and sought to hellenize it.

In 146 BC Greece fell to the Romans. In 330 AD Emperor Constantine moved the Capital of the Roman Empire to Constantinople, founding the Eastern Roman Empire which was renamed Byzantine Empire or Byzantium for short, by western historians in the 19th century. Byzantium transformed the linguistic heritage of Ancient Greece into a vehicle for the new Christian civilisation. The Byzantine Empire fell to the Turks in 1453 and the Greeks remained under the Ottoman yoke for nearly 400 years. During this time their language, their religion and their sense of identity remained strong.

On March 25, 1821, the Greeks revolted against the Turks, and by 1828 they had won their independence. As the new state comprised only a tiny fraction of the country, the struggle for the liberation of all the lands inhabited by Greeks continued. In 1864, the Ionian islands were returned to Greece; in 1881, parts of Epiros and Thessalia. Kriti, the islands of the Eastern Aegean and Makedonia were added in 1913 and Western Thraki in 1919. After World War II, the Dodecanissos islands were also returned to Greece.

The Acropolis, Athens Olympic Stadium, Athens Agora, Athens Un-Named Beach, Greece Epidavros Herodus Atticus Theatre, Athens Milos Parthenon Colourful Market, Athens Olympic Stadium, Athens Peloponissos Incredible Sunset with a Greek Church in the foreground Erechtheion, Athens Greek Ports Beautiful Beaches Baby Turtle The National Museum, Athens Spectacular Views Athenian Sunset Olympic Stadium Ancient Buildings Images of Athens Athens National History Museum Athens National History Museum Athenian Stonework Athens Roman Mosaic Colourful Fresh Vegetables, Athens Athenian Tortoise Spectacular Views of the Aegean Temple in the Twilight Greek Churches Images of Athens Colours of the Agean Sea Images of Athens Houses of Parliament, Athens Olympic Stadium Herodes Atticus Theatre, Athens Pylos Vista dal tempiale di Poseidone, Atene

Motor Yacht Charter

A full fleet of Motor Yachts for Crewed Yacht Charter from 46-90ft. All Yachts Available from Athens, though we can arrange from the Ionian Islands, Corfu, Lefkas, Gouvia, Lavrion, the Attica Peninsula, Skiathos, Mandraki and Rhodes. There is also a nice selection of Bareboat Motor Yachts. The Greek Mainland and Islands, truly offers a charter for the Gods.

Name Length Currency Max Min
Sunseeker Manhattan 60 64'4ft loa 18,500 15,200
Sealine T60 60 ft LOA 16,800 13,900
Sealine F37 37ft LOA 6,000 3,740
Sealine 42 42ft LOA 10,500 5,830
MY Posillipo 80 Pareaki 80 ft LOA 32,500 26,500
M/Y Aicon 72 72ft LOA 36,500 29,100
M/Y Aicon 64 64ft LOA 17,000 14,000
M/Y Aicon 56 57ft LOA 13,500 9,500
Lagoon 630 63 ft LOA 39,200 31,000
Jeanneau Prestige 46 46ft LOA 13,160 7,990
Fountaine Pajot MY 44 44 ft LOA 18,620 7,400
Ferretti Navetta 26 Meter 26 Meter LOA 43,000 36,000
Dominator 680 68ft LOA 24,000 18,800
Cumberland 46 46ft LOA 12,950 10,000
Cranchi Zafiro 34 34ft LOA 4,900 3,300
Cranchi Atlantique 50 50ft LOA 15,700 11,900
Cranchi Atlantique 40 43ft LOA 9,200 9,200
Bali 4.3 Power Cat 43 ft LOA 11,450 4,300
Azimut 68 Medusa 68 ft LOA 20,800 17,300
Azimut 62 64ft LOA 25,400 20,250
Azimut 46 46ft LOA 15,881 10,395
Aicon 75 Flybridge 76ft LOA 32,000 22,400

Athens Base Map

Base Name: Athens

Port Name: Athens