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Divide the cost of the yacht by the number of passengers, and you'll find in most cases, that it's cheaper than an equivalent week long stay in a hotel.
Drop anchor in a quiet cove, and enjoy wonderful evenings and the tranquility of the cove, allowing you to avoid the typical holiday crowds.
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Velero from 11.20m for 6 people

Bavaria 37 Cruiser

Corfu Marina Gouvia


Person/day 57,14 € Book


Person/day 47,62 € Book


Person/day 47,62 € Book


Person/day 47,62 € Book

Velero from 12.99m for 6 people

Bavaria 43 Cruiser 2009-10

Marina Gouvia


Person/day 104,17 € Book

Velero from 11.94m for 7 people

Bavaria 40 Cruiser New

Corfu Marina Gouvia


Person/day 80,95 € Book


Person/day 66,67 € Book


Person/day 66,67 € Book

Velero from 12.35m for 6 people

Bavaria 41 Cruiser 2014

Marina Gouvia


Person/day 118,45 € Book

Velero from 14.27m for 9 people

Bavaria 45 Cruiser

Corfu Marina Gouvia


Person/day 109,52 € Book


Person/day 94,05 € Book

Yacht charter in Corfu

Corfu is located in the northern Ionian Sea, to the northeast of Greece and close to Albania. The region comprises the island of Corfu and the Diapontia archipelago. A yacht charter in Corfu is the perfect gateway to the Adriatic Sea, and allows you to go sailing round the many of Greece’s fantastic islands. Corfu is an attractive destination for those wishing to book a yacht charter, with its historic monuments and traditional seaside villages.

What to see in Corfu

The most scenic landscapes in Corfu are located in the west of the island. This region’s villages are picturesque and idyllic locations, ideal for spending the day on your yacht and tasting the island’s cuisine, with locally sourced ingredients. The eastern coast is heavily forested, and largely agricultural, with cultivation of fruits such as apples, pears, pomegranates, olives and there are also a large number of vineyards.

Of the most popular locations on the island is the village of Paleokastritsa, on the north-eastern coast, which is famed for its blue water coves and its mountainous terrain close to the coast. In addition to hiking and diving, you can also visit the mysterious caves of Paleokastritsa and explore its natural setting on your yacht charter.

In Corfu it’s very common to go snorkelling, thanks to its crystal clear waters, perfect for diving and discovering the unique marine life. The most famous place for diving is Kassiopi, on Corfu’s north-eastern coast, and you can easily sail here on your yacht charter. A yacht charter in Corfu allows you to combine the experiences of being on board your own personal yacht, with the ancient Greek culture. The island’s strategic location in the Mediterranean and abundant natural resources made it stand out, and as a result numerous civilisations have laid claim to Corfu over the years, such as the Spartans, the Genoese, the Venetians and the French. This resulting cultural heritage is evident in Corfu, and you can enjoy it on your sailing holidays.

Beaches and Coves

Corfu’s golden beaches and plains are located in the island’s south, the most famous of which are:

Arilas Beach

Situated 35km from Corfu Town and is very popular among tourists looking for quiet, golden sandy beaches. From the beach, you can see many small islets in the distance.

Ermones Beach

A vast long beach, perfect for relaxing, with the nearby leafy forests and its golden sand.

Glyfada Beach

One of Corfu’s most spectacular beaches, thanks to its backdrop of steep rocky cliffs against the beautiful turquoise sea.

Roda Beach

Has one of Corfu’s most lively sea promenades, with numerous restaurants, bars and clubs where you can experience the unique local atmosphere and have an exciting night on the island.

Corfu Town

Corfu Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the town centre’s Venetian architecture is highly protected. Discover Spianada Square, Europe’s largest square and visit the souvenir stalls in Theodosius Street. One of Corfu’s most famous monuments is the Old Fortress, a Byzantine construction dating from the early 15th century, from which you can see the best views of the town. In addition to its conquests, numerous tourists flock to the island, enticed by its fantastic climate and its unspoilt coastline. One famous visitor, Empress Elizabeth of Austria built a summer residence on the island in 1890, which is now open to the public.

Sailing from Corfu

Corfu has a famous port, well-known by sailors in the Mediterranean. For centuries it has been a strategic port, and nowadays yacht charter in Corfu makes it one of the most popular visitor destinations in the Ionian Sea.

From Corfu you can sail to Italy or to Albania, or simply anchor your yacht on Greece’s eastern coast, in cities such as Igoumenitsa or Paleo Liman. Sailing round the Ionian Islands is a truly wonderful experience and is even suitable for sailing novices. If you don’t have a sailing license, you can still enjoy a skippered yacht charter in Corfu and have an unforgettable holiday experience.

Situated on the coast of the Ionian Sea, Corfu enjoys a hot, dry summer like so much of the Mediterranean. The high summer season takes place between June and September, with the hottest months being July and August. During this peiod, average temperatures vary from 23ºC and 25ºC, at times temperatures will reach well into the 30s. The shoulder seasons to summer offer reduced crowds, wseas above 20ºC and cooler days, averaging around 21ºC and so therefore offer alternative for a yacht charter in Corfu. The winter months are much colder and significantly wetter, with the worst rain arriving in November.

A number of travel options help you choose the most relaxing start to your yacht charter holiday in Corfu.

By plane:
Corfu International Airport, just 2 km from the city, receives daily flights from Athens and weekly arrivals from other nearby islands. There are also international flights available from many other European cities, although the majority of them operate only during the summer season. The airport is connected with the town of Corfu by a public bus and a taxi service.

By bus:
The private bus transport company Corfu KTEL provides a daily connection between Corfu and Athens, Patra, Thessaloniki and many other cities. The excellent transport connections allow you to combine day trips to a number of cities with your yacht charter in Corfu.

By boat:
The main ports in Corfu are Neo Limani and Paleo Lima. The Neo Limani port has a ferry service from Venice, Ancona, Bari, Brindisi in Italy; Himara and Saranda in Albania and Igoumenitsa and Patras. The Paleo Lima port offers service to the island of Vidos.

By car:
Driving from Athens, take the Athens-Patra national motorway heading to Patra. From Patra, there are two options: take a boat, or continue your drive on to Igoumenitsa and then take a ferry to Corfu. Driving from Thessaloniki, follow the Egnatia Odos until Igoumenitsa and take the ferry to Corfu.