Oceanis 343 Clipper

  • The Oceanis 343 is an ideal sailing boat to hire with your friends or as a couple. Like any other boat of the Oceanis line it offers a spacious, very liveable, and welcoming design. The saloon has plenty of light and ventilation. The cabins are spacious and very comfortable.

    Technical specifications

    Model: Oceanis 343 Clipper
    Type:
    Length: 10.82
    Beam: 3.48
    Draft: 1.9
    Displacement: 6100
    Motorboats: Yanmar
    Horse Power: 39
    Day by day capacity: 8

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  • Yacht charter in Dubrovnik
  • <p>Set sail to Croatia and <strong>rent a boat in Dubrovnik</strong> where you will enjoy the “Pearl of the Adriatic” and “the Jewel of the Mediterranean.” On your yacht in Dubrovnik you will appreciate the reasons behind the name: wonderful climate, perfect coastal cruising, easy navigation and crystal-clear waters. Combine this with a breath-taking scenery and even the most demanding sailing enthusiasts will be satisfied with the experience of a chartered yacht holiday in Dubrovnik. </p> <h2>Ports</h2> <p>Some of the most popular places to moor the boat are: </p> <Ul> <li> Dubrovnik ACI Marina </ li> <p>This marina has 380 berths for boats up to 60 meters in length. It also has a lot of services available to its customers. </p> <Li> Yacht Club Orsan </ li> <p>This marina can accommodate medium size boats, about 20 meters long and 3 maximum draft. This marina is also located near the airport. </p> </ul> <h2>What to do in Dubrovnik</h2> <p>The medieval city itself lies on Croatia’s Adriatic coast and boasts an amazing combination of architectural styles, such as Renaissance, Gothic, and Baroque. There is also a modern area with plenty of restaurants, bars and other attractions for those who enjoy vibrant life. Why not reserve a few extra days on board when you rent a boat in Dubrovnik to explore it if you want to fully appreciate all that it has to offer. </p> <p>It’s a must to take a tour of the old town and investigate its quaint alleyways, medieval buildings, and discover its squares and churches. The fort of Lovrijenac is perched out on a rocky headland with excellent views and steep cliffs surrounding it. The surrounding areas of Dubrovnik have excellent access by boat, meaning that you can enjoy all of its areas and islands with ease. Another one of the islands nearby is Elafiti. You will fall in love with its transparent waters and beautiful surroundings. It creates an impressive landscape, making people return year on year to rent a boat in Dubrovnik. This region on the coast of Dalmatia is, without doubt, a key point at which to start your sailing holiday, since you can combine tourism with beach time. </p> <p>Furthermore, during your holiday in Croatia and Dubrovnik, you have to visit the nearby towns and places such as; Trogir, Mljet, Korcula, Elafiti and the river of Neretva to the south of Croatia. Additionally, when you are sailing you have to visit different areas of Dalmatia by sailing up and down the Adriatic coast on your boat rental holiday in Dubrovnik to truly appreciate all of the islands, medieval towns and even the restaurants! </p> <h2>Beaches and Coves</h2> <p>Dubrovnik achieves a union of the old with the new and the traditional with the modern, guaranteeing true contentment for all boaters during their holiday. A yacht charter in Dubrovnik is the perfect way to discover all the amazing treasures Dubrovnik offers. Out of all the best coves that can be found in Dubrovnbik, we give you the five best. </p> <ul><li>Banje</li><p>This beach is probably the most popular in Dubrovnik. It is found in front of the Ploce Gate to the city and within you can enjoy unparalleled views of the city walls (its directly outside them) and the island of Lokrum. Banje has incredible characteristics and beautiful surroundings, but sometimes however sometimes your experience can be hampered due to the large amount of tourism... something that can be avoided if you decide to rent a boat in Dubrovnik. It also offers a wide variety of water sports and activities. </p> <li>Veliki Zal</li><p>This cove is further from Dubrovnik and is perfect for those who prefer holidays surrounded by nature. This small cove with its white sand beaches is surrounded by a beautiful natural environment, with dense green vegetation. But some holidays surrounded by wildlife often don’t provide the chance to go water skiing or kayaking, unlike Veliki Zal. </p> <li>Danče</li><p>This is a very special cove. It can be found 5 minutes from the old town and it has no sand, just an array of big smooth rocks. This landscape is great for exploring by boat as you can enjoy the water for one, as well as sunbathe from the comfort of your boat which isn’t possible if you visit on foot. </p> <li>Buza</li> <p>With a similar style to that of Danče, Buza also isn’t an actual beach. Found to the south of the city, within this attractive, rounded white cliff, there is a swimming area perfect for enjoying the Adriatic and taking a dip off your boat. </p> <li>Sveti Jakov</li><p> If what you look for is a more exclusive spot then it can be found at Sveti Jakov. It is a small cove with clear blue water that’s lesser known by the tourists and has a great view from aboard your boat. On this golden sand beach, you can also practice many water sports such as kayaking, canoeing or jet-skiing, all away from the crowds. </p></ul> <h2>Natural Parks</h2> <p>Dubrovnik is located in a place with a beautiful natural background. The most characteristic place in the region is: </p> <Ul><li>Lokrum Island</li><p>Small Island declared Natural Park, where you can enjoy its breathtaking views, along with a wealth of historical heritage.</p></ul> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>The mixture of cultures, the great variety of high quality of produce, both from the land and the seas, the love for the cuisine that the Croatian people have shown have given place to a Mediterranean cuisine that combines the purest of flavours with a healthy nutrition. With Italian, Slavic, Turkish and Greek influences, Dubrovnik’s cuisine surprises its visitors by its high quality and variety. </p> <p>Being on the coast with a fishing port, it’s logical that fish and shellfish have an important place in the local cuisine. A good example of this is the Bouzara, a dish that has the crayfish as the main ingredient. We can’t forget the calamari, since it is rumored that in Dubrovnik you can find the best in the world. The squid and the lobster are in many cases served with rice are undoubtedly delicious. The river species also have a representation in the local cuisine, through a very particular dish, the eel and frog Bordet of the Neretva valley. So during your chartered yacht holiday in Dubrovnik, you’ll eat like a king or queen!</p> <p>Dubrovnik’s culture that is best understood by sailing through its waters. If you are one of those non-conformist travellers, which when visiting a place is not happy until discovering all its secrets, your best option is to sail on a yacht and rent a boat in Dubrovnik. If you do this, we guarantee that you will be able to discover all aspects of life of this Croatian city. </p>

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  • Yacht charter in Kos
  • <p><strong>Yacht charter in Kos</strong> is a popular choice for sailing holidays, and when you see this beautiful island you will understand why. The island of Kos, one of the largest islands of the group known as the Dodecanese, is full of contrasts. The historic heritage and ancient ruins combine with bustling, modern towns to provide tourists with both a rich cultural experience and a more modern atmosphere which will make you feel right at home. Yacht charter in Kos gives tourists access to some of the best sailing areas in the Aegean Sea, and definitely needs to be experienced to be believed. </p> <p>The capital and the biggest port of the island of Kos is the city with the same name, a vibrant, cultural town brimming with entertainment. While on your yacht charter in Kos you will admire the views of the city, dominated by a wonderful mix of Turkish, medieval, and Italian architectural styles that reflect its rich history and give the city its unique charm. Castles, fortresses and churches are combined in the city with narrow cobbled streets, busy taverns, cafes and restaurants. </p> <p> For those partial to a more active lifestyle, the city's bar scene is definitely worth a look whilst on your yacht charter in Kos; the combination of restaurants offering a variety of delicious local dishes and clubs drawing in the tourists and encouraging all night parties. </p> <p>Finally, rent one of our yachts and maximise its use by using Kos as your hub to travel around as many of the islands as possible during your yacht charter holiday. The Mediterranean offers some amazing sailing destinations in both Turkey and Greece, some places you have to visit are; Lefkas, Rhodes and many groups of islands like; the Saronics Islands, the Cyclades, Sporades, the Dodecanese and many more islands, marinas and towns along the Greek and Turkish coasts. So rent one of our bareboat or crewed charters and set sail and experience a holiday unlike any you’ve ever had before on your yacht charter sailing holiday in Kos! </p> <h2>Kos’s beaches</h2> <p>The most popular one is Paradise beach, in the Northeast area of Kos. It is a beach of soft and fine grain sand in which you can rest during the entire day feeling as if in paradise. Water sports are also available. </p> <p>Another recognized beach is Agios Stefanos, a rocky beach in the Western part of Kos, it offers incredible views of the coast. While in the Southern part of the island you can find a beach of golden sand called Kamari, a long fine grain beach on which you can rest after a day of sports. </p> <h2>Water Sports</h2> <p>The favourable currents and wind in some areas of Kos make it a especially attractive destination for windsurfing and kitesurfing. There are various schools that will be able to advise you and provide you with the necessary equipment. </p> <p>Snorkelling is another attraction of the Greek Isles as it is an impacting way to discover the fauna. </p> <h2>Historic monuments</h2> <p>Kos has participated in a number of wars throughout its history, the most renowned being the Trojan War, between 1194 and 1184 b.c., and it has been an object of conquests by civilizations of all types. Its privileged position in the Mediterranean and its proximity to Turkey always made it a strategic target. Because of this, it has a cultural heritage only found on some of the Greek Isles. </p> <p>Some of the most famous historic monuments are the Aslepeion’s sanctuary, a Doric temple that honours this scholar of medicine. Although its construction date is unknown, it is known that it was restored in the II century b.C. The inscriptions on the front of the temple indicate that it constituted the headquarters of Hippocrates’s school of medicine. Opt for a summer yacht charter in Kos to experience the yearly Festival that celebrates him, hosted by the city in July and August, organized in honour of the father of medicine, who spent his life in Kos. He was born in Kos, and you can still find the tree where he used to gather with his students in ancient times, it is located in the Plaza of the Banana. You can also visit the sculpture of the famous man in the archaeological museum. In his honour, every year between July and August, a festival is celebrated, it is the most popular on the island. </p> <p>On top of this, Kos preserves the remains of a medieval fortress of the XIV century at its entrance, erected in 1315 by the knights of the order of San Juan of Rhodes. </p> <h2>Travelling from Kos</h2> <p>The island of Nisyros is just an hour away from Kos and is one of the mandatory places to visit on your yacht charter in Kos. It is a small and peaceful island defined by its volcano and spectacular vistas. </p> <p>On the other hand, the location of Kos on the West of Greece and just 4km off the coast of Bodrum in Turkey, allows you to visit several countries during your yacht charter adventure. Another mandatory visit is to the Greek isles of Astipalea and Kalimnos, which are located less than a day worth of sailing from Kos. In addition, the Aegean provides optimum winds and currents for you to be able to visit one isle after the other with ease. </p> <p>The port of Kos has over 40 spaces for mooring and basic services of resupply. Don’t forget that besides the marina, you have a number of beaches and coves in which to drop the anchor throughout your yacht charter holiday in Kos. </p> <p>A yacht charter in Kos is something that sailing enthusiasts shouldn't miss. Exploring ancient sites, anchoring in marvellous coves and swimming in shimmering, blue Aegean waters is an adventure that, once experienced, will never be forgotten. Plus, don’t forget to sail to and spend some time in nearby destinations like Lefkas, Kos, Rhodes and islands like the Dodecanese, the Cyclades and the Saronic islands in Greece, also, sail up and down the coast of Turkey and experience a different holiday compared to sailing in the Mediterranean! This year, opt for a yacht charter holiday in Kos and we guarantee you will not regret it. </p>

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  • Yacht charter in Lefkas
  • <p>A <strong>Lefkas yacht charter</strong> is the perfect way to spend your next holiday. This beautiful hilly island of the Ionian archipelago lies on the west coast of Greece, and is connected with the mainland only by a narrow causeway and a floating bridge. It is hard to find a better option than a yacht charter in Lefkas as this island boasts everything desired by sailing tourists: plenty of safe anchorages, scenic beaches, beautiful spots for snorkelling and scuba diving and picturesque fishing villages lining the coast. Balmy breezes, a pleasant climate, and friendly locals make a yacht charter here ideal. So take one of our boats or yachts bareboat or crewed, perhaps an Oceanis or Bavaria, and enjoy all that are charters have to offer when you set sail in one of the best sailing holidays in the Mediterranean. </p> <p>Located on the northern part of the island, Lefkas is a base from which to start your yacht charter holiday and sail to some amazing areas in Greece, Corfu, the Ionian Islands or many more Greek beaches and islands during your holidays. Whether you choose to sail to Corfu, Nisos and Paxos in the north or to Kefalonia, Preveza and Ithaca in the south, there are islands to fit all tastes and desires. Enjoy the opportunity to take in this breathtaking scenery. The town is known as the capital of the island's nightlife, and like many other Greek islands, it has numerous bars and clubs, meaning that those who seek a variety of entertainment options won't be disappointed with a yacht charter in Lefkas. </p> <h2>What to do</h2> <p>There are a variety of water activities such as snorkeling and scuba diving in which you can take part and discover the underwater flora and fauna. You will also be able to visit many beautiful and charming fishing villages. </p> <p>One the things that you should definitely visit is the Panagia Faneromeni monastery. It is regarded as the most important religious center of the island, which being located on a hill overlooking the city; it offers spectacular views of the capital as well as the continental coastline across the sea. </p> <p>During your skippered or bareboat yacht charter sailing holiday, it is worth visiting the Dimossari waterfalls. There is an abundance of underground water, the main reason for the island being covered in extensive vegetation. One has to be careful while walking on the slippery rocks, but the view is worth it. After a path among the vegetation, rocks and streams, you will find a natural pool that leads to a 30 meter fall. </p> <p>Moreover, Lefkas can act a hub to explore Greece and the Aegean Sea, sail to the nearby Ionian Islands and gorgeous destinations like Preveza, Nisos, Vassiliki and Ithaca. If you want to, you could even sail to the wonderful island of Corfu, which will be a very entertaining time in the middle of your stint on a yacht charter sailing holiday! </p> <h2>Beaches and coves</h2> <p>Nidri</p> <p>Is a beautiful sandy beach with crystal clear waters, where you can enjoy the impressive vistas of the islands of Heloni, Scorpius, Sparta, Scorpidi and Madouri. Its port is normally full of fishing boats, yachts and luxurious sailboats. On the outskirts of the town, you can explore the ruins of a prehistoric settlement, an aqueduct and some ancient tombs. </p> <p>Vassiliki</p> <p>Is a charming village surrounded by dense vegetation and has a long shingle beach that attracts windsurfers above anyone else. In addition, many shores only accessible by boat are nearby, making a yacht charter in Lefkas the best option to explore the island in the most thorough way. </p> <p>Milos Beach </p> <p>Located close to the lively town of Agios Nikitas, and to which you can access only by boat, it is quite a large beach, of fine white sand and turquoise waters, where it is common to see some nudists. </p> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>There is a great production of farm products of excellent quality: olive oil, citrus products, honey, grapes and wine. The island is also known for producing the best wine of all of Greece, the Bertzami. In addition to wines, you can try some of the aromatic liquors like the Rosoli, made on a base of mint and roses, or the Soymada, a drink based on almonds. The island’s cuisine is similar to the Mediterranean gastronomy, but also has elements of the Venetian cuisine. This is a common occurrence in all of the Ionic Isles due to them being controlled by Venice for many years in the past. </p> <p>Among the most famous dishes, you can find the Savoro, a fish baked with garlic, onions and rosemary; the Alada, a fresh fish dish; the Ladopita, a pie made with olive oil; and the Pasteli, which is a honey made nougat.</p> <p>Thanks to its unbeatable natural landscapes, its historical wealth, its climate, its gastronomy and its lively nightlife, this is the dream holiday destination. Discover the Greek islands aboard a crewed or bareboat chartered yacht like one of the Oceanis or Bavaria models from Lefkas as a base, you will not regret it! So rent one of our boats and enjoy one of the best holidays of your life in Greece on a Lefkas yacht charter! </p>

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  • Yacht charter in British Virgin Islands
  • <p><strong>Rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands</strong>! It’s all you need to have a care-free holiday. So rent one of our crewed or bareboat yacht charters or maybe a catamaran and begin your sailing holiday in the Caribbean as the Caribbean winds sail you around one of the best sailing holiday destinations in the world! </p> This beautiful British overseas territory, situated to the east of Puerto Rico, was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493. It was joint Spanish and Dutch territory until the English invaded the islands in 1672. The islands’ capital is Road Town, and the official language is English, although Spanish is spoken by Puerto Ricans and Dominicans who live on the island. </p> <h2>Ports</h2><p>Mooring our boat in the existing ports of this islands is always an option. Some of the places where it's possible to do so are: </p> <ul><li>North Latitude Marina</li><p>Located on the island of Jost Van Dyke, in the Great Harbor. It has 20 berths in which the maximum length permitted is 30 meters and the maximum draft is 3.6 meters. </p> <li>The Inner Harbour</li><p>Found in Road Town, Tortola. It has capacity to host 30 ships with a maximum draft of 7 meters and a maximum length of 60. Tortola is an interesting part of the Caribbean and you should definitely explore the island when you are renting one of our yachts on your sailing holiday! </p> <li>Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour</li><p>Located on the famous island of Virgin Gorda, and has a capacity of 111 berths. The maximum draft of the boats it can host is 7.6 meters and the maximum length is 49 meters. The island of Gorda has a stunning Natural Park and Spanish Town, a fun place to visit, is located on the island too. </p> <li>The Moorings Mariner Inn</li><p>This marina is also located in Tortola, in Road Town. It has capacity for 130 boats with a maximum length of 55 meters and a maximum draft of 9.</p></ul> <h2>What to do </h2> <p>The BVI archipelago comprises more than 40 islands, with Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda and Anegada being the most populated and well known. The other smaller islands are also ideal locations for day trips, with their beautiful shores and exciting bars which are just a short distance away, all being at your fingertips if you choose to rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands. </p> <p>The archipelago is one of the most popular destinations for a chartered yacht holiday for many reasons: the steady winds allow you to enjoy the islands’ many beautiful white sand shorelines and moor your yacht in one of the picturesque bays. You also have the opportunity to discover the many places where you can go diving and snorkelling amongst coral formations and colourful fish. </p> <p>The islands have a sub-tropical climate, with an average annual temperature of between 25ºC and 29ºC which is ideal for practicing a wide variety of water sports, sunbathing or simply going for a walk along the beach. The steady winds and fantastic sailing conditions throughout the year make the rental of a boat in the British Virgin Islands an ideal option. Also, thanks to the Virgin Islands’ many surrounding islands, they are protected from strong Atlantic tides which makes sailing a pleasant and easy experience. </p> <p>The Caribbean is not only renowned for its long white sandy beaches, but also for the diverse marine life in its seas, you’ll experience it all on your yacht charter getaway in the British Virgin Islands. There are many different places to go diving in the BVI, ideal for all experience levels. Diving schools in the Caribbean are a popular attraction for the thousands of tourists who flock to the islands every year, and highly recommended for inexperienced divers. </p> <p>A yacht charter offers you the freedom to choose your favourite vessel and plan with your skipper the best voyage possible. </p> <h2>The BVI Coastline </h2> <p>There are many places to visit, from sandy coastlines to a magnificent cultural heritage. Some of the important and some of our favourite are: </p> <ul><li>Road Town</li><p>The capital of the island, it is located in Tortola, the largest island of the archipelago. It is also the main port on the islands, making it the best place to start your yacht charter as most charter yachts are moored here.</p> <li>Tortola</li><p>A legendary island of pirate folklore, it is a must see Caribbean island due to its unique landscapes and its laid-back, friendly inhabitants. You’ll find it hard to believe what a paradise you’re in when you rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands. </p> <li>Anegada</li><p>Although all of the British Virgin Islands are renowned for their diverse flora and fauna, Anegada is widely regarded as the best for seeing the abundant local wildlife, due to its low population density and it being the archipelago’s only coral island. Anegada is home to a variety of marine species, such as Parrotfish, Needlefish, Sea Bream and Stingray. For those who are interested in the island’s pirate heritage, there are guided diving tours of old Spanish shipwrecks that are scattered around Anegada. </p></ul> <h2>Beaches</h2> <ul><li>The Bath</li><p>Located in Virgin Gorda, it is one of the best in the eastern part of the Caribbean. It looks like a paradise, with white sand and surrounded by blue water. Through its rocky paths it is possible to go from one beach to another and see the wild fauna of the island. </p> <li>Josiah´s Bay</li><p> On the outer part of East End, in Tortola, it is probably the best place in the islands to practice surf. From October to April it is the best time to find the perfect wave. </p> <li>Trunk Bay</li><p>Beach located in St. John: white sand, blue water and goldfish underwater. Surrounded by all kinds of exotic plants, this beach is the perfect place for some days away from the routine on a boat in the BVI. </p></ul> <h2>Natural Parks</h2> <p>Below the surface of the islands’ waters, lie the marvels of the warm Caribbean Sea, such as amazing flora, colourful fish, turtles, manta rays, sharks and dolphins. If you choose to rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands in winter, you’ll also be able to see humpback whales, as they come to mate in Sir Francis Drake Channel at this time of year. Whether you’re just learning to dive, or are an experienced diver, you can’t miss out on this opportunity. There is a huge variety of natural parks in these islands (21!) and some of them are: </p> <ul><li>Cam Bay</li><p>Recognised as national park in 1999, it is located in the northern coast of Camanoe Grande. It is formed by an enormous reef and lagoon system. In addition, it has calm waters, goldfish and a spectacular marine environment, perfect to go snorkelling in. If you need any lessons or training before your go snorkelling, there are plenty of affordable schools! </p> <li>Sage Mountain</li><p>This natural park is located in Tortola, and was recognised as natural park in 1964. The highest point of the BVI is located in it, and it has a wide variety of plants. </p> <li>Devil's Bay</li><p>On the south western zone of Virgin Gorda's island, it has beautiful beaches where you can relax and enjoy nature. In addition, it is possible to anchor the boat and watch the landscape from our boat. </p> <li>Diamond Cay</li><p>This place was declared national park in 1991, and it is located in Jost Van Dyke. The island of Jost van Dyke is famous for the huge quantity of birds that it hosts, apart from the rest of the fauna that live here. </p></ul> <h2>Currency</h2><p>The currency used is the American dollar. Credit cards are accepted in most places, but not in all of them. </p> <h2>Gastronomy and Cuisine</h2> <p>Caribbean cuisine is something you can’t afford to miss when you rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands. Fish, shellfish and spicy dishes are the islands’ specialities. If you’re a fan of tropical fruits, don’t miss out on mangos, pineapples and coconuts, all of which are abundant on the islands, and present in many of the typical cocktails. “Fungi” is typical British Virgin Islands, and is a cornmeal dish often made with okra. </p> <p>These Caribbean islands are one of the favourite destinations for sailing enthusiasts. Enjoy fantastic sailing conditions and the islands’ laid-back atmosphere, with our yacht charter offers in the islands. There’s so much to discover on the islands, we’re sure that when you rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands, you will enjoy an unbeatable experience! </p>

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