Sun Odyssey 37

  • The Sun Odyssey 37 was designed for cruising by the French Jeanneau shipyard, but its crews enjoy it because of its great seaworthiness. Spacious and well designed interiors, with a large saloon and full kitchen, will let you really enjoy spending time on board. The cockpit is also very spacious, with a small platform in the stern for swimming. When it’s time to raise the sails, the lines are all redirected to the cockpit so the ship is easy to handle, even with a reduced crew.

    Technical specifications

    Model: Sun Odyssey 37
    Type:
    Length: 10.7
    Beam: 3.7
    Draft: 1.8
    Displacement: 6000
    Motorboats: Yanmar
    Horse Power: 40
    Day by day capacity: 7

Destinations where you can hire a Sun Odyssey 37

  • Yacht charter in Skiathos
  • <p>Choose an aBoatTime <strong>Skiathos yacht charter</strong> holiday and enjoy sailing, diving and fishing in the green Aegean Sea waters off the eastern coast of Greece. Skiathos is a mountainous isle covered by pine forests and in the 1960s it was the first of the Sporades islands to be developed. Skiathos is one of the most cosmopolitan of the Sporades islands, but its beautiful scenery is one of its stand-out features and something to be admired on a <strong>yacht charter in Skiathos</strong>.</p> <p>Skiathos is in a prime location for during your yacht charter sailing holiday, use this to your advantage and explore the local area, the Aegean Sea and as many of the Cyclades as you can! Visit stunning towns and picturesque locations such as; Lalaria, Tavernas, Megli, Ammos, Skopelos, the Sporades, Alonissos and Vromolimnos to name but a few – you simply have to visit at least some of these places when your rent a boat and charter a yacht in Skiathos! Sailing in Greece and having complete control over your holiday is fantastic, moor your yacht in whichever harbour you like, relax and visit any island that you fancy, it’s up to you. This all adds together to create a truly unique experience – a holiday that you won’t soon forget, what are you waiting for? Charter a yacht now in Skiathos and go sailing in Greece! </p> <h2>What to do in Skiathos</h2> <p>To explore the northern part of Greece, choose a Skiathos yacht charter and sail along the sandy white coasts of the Gulf of Volos. Take advantage of your boat rental and sail at your own pace to some of the other ten emerald isles of Sporades such as Alonissos, Skantzoura, Skopelos and Pelagos. Or, go to the Chalkidiki peninsula which is about 80 nautical kilometres away. From there, you can also travel around other three capes nearby: Sithonia, Kassandra and Mount Athos. At Porto Carras, in Sithonia, you will find a very modern harbour providing all the necessary facilities for you on your yacht charter in Skiathos. Don’t forget a visit to Mount Athos, where you will see the spectacular medieval monasteries detached from the contemporary world. </p> <p>For those looking to combine a yacht charter in Skiathos with some culture, the area contains houses from the 16th century and a well-preserved 18th century monastery. The marina is a natural extension of the traditional regional construction. After using your yacht charter in Skiathos as a base to sightsee, go hiking, try your hand at some watersports, go to the bars and sample the delicious locally-made food, guide your yacht charter on to the surrounding islands. </p> <h2>The Coastline</h2> <p>You will discover the beauty of the landscapes and the numerous sandy beaches throughout the southern coast, as well as the rough sea cliffs and the sheltered bays of the north shore. </p> <h4>Laria</h4> <p>This beach is only accessible by a taxi boat, or your own charter boat. </p> <h4>Koukounaries</h4> <p>One of the most famous in Skiathos, of crystal clear waters this beach has all kinds of sophisticated facilities and comforts available to you. </p> <h4>Vromolimnos </h4> <p>This is an ideal beach for the water sports enthusiasts. Among the most popular sports that can be seen at this beach are windsurfing and water skiing. It is also normal to see many people playing volleyball. </p> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>Recovering your strength with the delicious Greek cuisine is almost mandatory. You will be able to enjoy it in one of the typical Greek bars during your Skiathos yacht charter holiday. </p> <p>In Skiathos one of the most popular dishes is the “souvlaki”, very similar to the kebab, it is the cheapest and fastest dinner option. It is a mixture of pork, garlic sauce, yogurt, cucumbers, tomatoes and pita bread. Apart from Greek cuisine there are a lot of restaurants and taverns where you will be able to enjoy a variety of cuisines, including the English, the French and the Italian. </p> <p>Skiathos is an island that offers the complete holiday package for all tastes. From historic monuments to an active nightlife, from peaceful nudist coves, to crowded towns full of families, if you want a yacht charter holiday in Greece, but don’t know where to go, Skiathos is your destination, rent a yacht and discover this island for yourself! Skiathos gives you the fantastic opportunity to explore locations near to you like Stefanos, the Sporades, Volos, Skopelos, Alonissos, Lalaria, the Cyclades, Tavernas and even more locations throughout Greece, its many islands and the Aegean Sea. So set sail on the holiday of a lifetime on a yacht charter in Skiathos – don’t miss out! </p>

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  • Yacht charter in Denia
  • <p>A <strong>yacht charter in Denia</strong> gives you the opportunity to explore this fantastic coastal city situated on the Mediterranean Costa Blanca in Spain, midway between Alicante and Valencia. With a pleasant annual average temperature of 17ºC and featuring a picturesque coast, Denia is ideal for a holiday. You could choose to take one of our catamarans or yachts, such as the Sessa or the Sunseeker, either crewed or bareboat, however you see fit. We encourage you to visit other towns and cities such as: Altea, Calpe, Benidorm, Valencia, Jávea and Gandía to name just a few of the fantastic places you could sail to! Your minimum stay can be for as long as you want, but there is almost too much to do to set a minimum number of nights to stay on holiday for!</p> <p>So charter a yacht in Denia and discover this ideal way to discover the Costa Blanca, as you can anchor your boat in one of the region’s many small bays and coves, whilst having the peace of mind of being able to sail wherever and whenever you want, the beaches are perfect. Denia is one of mainland Spain’s most important tourist and port cities, and a popular starting point for those sailing to the Balearic Islands. </p> <h2>Ports</h2> <p>Denia’s marina is fully equipped for your outward journey, and has 360 moorings and a temporary mooring area, which allows you to quickly stop off at the port. The marina has all the amenities that you will require as well, leaving you wanting for nothing. Moreover, you can use the reasonably priced ferries which sail regularly and give you the opportunity to relax even more on the sea, rather than having to sail the boat yourself! </p> <h2>Sailing Routes from Denia</h2> <p>Denia is a starting point for many routes to the Balearic Islands; Ibiza is just 50 nautical miles away, Mallorca 110 and Formentera just 60. It is also a great place to sail to nearby cities such as Valencia, Alicante and towards Barcelona and Murcia. </p> <h2>What to see in Denia</h2> <p>When you charter a yacht in Denia, enjoy the 20km long coastline which features a variety of unspoilt landscapes. This has made it a popular stopping point for those who opt for yacht charter in the Mediterranean. To the north of the city, there are many long golden beaches, whilst to the south, the coast is rockier, with many small coves which gives another reason to charter a yacht in Denia. Moreover, you should take the time to visit Montgó, a 753m tall mountain which offers fantastic views of Denia, the Mediterranean and the Costa del Sol. </p> <p>One of Denia’s unmissable sights is Calle Terra which runs along the coast from Denia’s port to the Torre del Gerro, one of the city’s landmarks which offers views across the bay and the Cabo de San Antonio. </p> <h2>Denia’s beaches and coves</h2> <p>If you charter a crewed or bareboat yacht in Denia you can visit many beaches and coves, the following are some of our favourites. Les Rotes is a small cove, located in an area dominated by large pine trees, with many rocky formations. This beach is just 150 metres long, but it is the perfect place to take a walk in the evening and watch the beautiful sunset over Denia’s bay. </p> <p>Further along from Les Rotes, at the end of La Vía Láctea, you’ll find the Torre del Gerro, a 16th century watchtower which provides amazing views of Denia’s bay. This beach is situated in a 110 hectare nature reserve, featuring breathtaking 150 metre high cliffs. Be sure to visit this part of the city on your yacht charter in Denia! If you’re a fan of snorkelling, this cove is one of the most desirable spots for swimming with the marine life. You do require a permit from Denia’s local authority however; so make sure you obtain this in advance. </p> <p>Some other things to do on your holiday in Denia are sunbathing on its pristine beaches which can be found in the Les Arenes area, to the north of the city. Some of the area’s best beaches are Punta del Raset, Les Marines and Les Bovetes. This area, together with Denia’s port is one of the best places to practice water sports such as wakeboarding, water skiing, windsurfing and kayaking. There are many nautical schools where you can take classes and get everything you need for these. </p> <h2>What to do in Denia</h2> <p>Denia is the perfect place to visit and explore its charming narrow streets. The city’s numerous historic conquests have made their mark on the city, with a variety of different civilisations’ architecture in the city centre such as historic walls and castles. Here there are monuments such as the city’s 12th century Moorish towers and its 11th century castle, designed by the Moors and rebuilt in the 19th century under the orders of the Duke of Lerma.</p> <p>When you are in Denia you can’t miss out on the local cuisine and restaurants, they cook some delicious dishes such as arroz a banda, or rice cooked in fish broth and paella. Calle Marqués del Campo is the main nightlife street, with many of the city’s best bars, restaurants and clubs.</p> <p>Boat hire in Denia lets you enjoy the fantastic Mediterranean climate on one of our crewed catamarans or yachts. You can even visit fantastic nearby places such as Jávea, Formentera, Benidorm, Ibiza, Altea, Calpe, Mallorca, Valencia or Alicante. We promise, you won’t be disappointed when you take one of our crewed or bareboat yacht charters in Denia on the Costa del Sol.</p>

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  • Yacht charter in Mallorca
  • <p>Charter one of our yachts and experience all that Majorca has to offer, it’s the biggest of the Balearic Archipelago and has Palma de Mallorca as its capital. It's the Mecca for anyone interested in sailing, that's why to <strong>rent boats in Mallorca</strong> is an ideal holiday. So take a skipper or one of our crewed or bareboat charters and set sail to explore the Balearic Islands like Formentera and Ibiza and sail to secluded coves, bays, hidden marinas and puerto! </p> <p>Known in times gone by as the island of calm, it’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain for its beaches, bays, landscape and fun during the day and night. There are hundreds of small, rocky islands that surround Mallorca that you investigate and sail around. Majorca also has many towns and cities which are well worth a visit on our boats, such as the capital Palma de Mallorca, Pollença and the rustic town of Andratx. A yacht charter holiday in Mallorca is the easiest, and most luxurious, way to see the Balearics and enjoy the sun, sea and journey, to the full with your loved ones. <p> <p>It is very common for people interested in sailing to choose to charter a yacht in Mallorca as it’s a fantastic holiday destination. When talking about high quality options in the world of renting boats, Majorca doesn’t really have any rivals as it offers all the same benefits, and more, as its competitors. The crystal blue water, its bright sun and the fresh breeze make yacht charter in Mallorca the ideal escape for that getaway you’ve been looking for. So take a bareboat yacht charter and explore Majorca, the coast of Spain, Ibiza and Formentera, and have a fantastic holiday!</p> <h2>Ports</h2> <p>Due to the popularity of Mallorca as a nautical destination, there are 33 commercial ports, with up to 20 thousand mooring points. The marinas in Pollença and Palma will supply you with anything that you require. </p> <h3>Palma de Majorca</h3><p>It is the biggest port on the Balearic Islands and has space for 162 boats. Its location is excellent to sail around the southern and the southeastern part of the isle. This port does not only harbor yachts and sailboats, but big cruise liners as well. </p> <h3>Olimpic Calanova Port</h3> <p>It is located in the Palma bay and Major cove, it has modern amenities, a sailing school and numerous restaurants. </p> <h3>Public port of Pollença</h3><p>This port is located in the north of Mallorca and is the perfect place to start and see the natural beauty of the coast. Its location in the bay of Polenza offers it great protection from the weather. </p> <h3>Adriano Port</h3><p>This port is one of the most modern in Majorca and it has docking spaces designed for large yachts. It was designed by Philippe Starck and has offers a great range of high profile stores and bars and bistros. Several regattas and other seasonal activities are organized in this marina throughout the year. </p> <h2>What to do in Mallorca</h2> <p>As well as plenty of activities available to be enjoyed whilst sailing on our bareboat or crewed yachts, Mallorca offers plenty of activities on land too: you can take a bike trip on one of the many trails, or emulate the great Rafael Nadal and play tennis in his homeland. </p><p>The local night life is also very famous and really good fun. During your time in Mallorca on your chartered yacht you will have everything at your fingertips, on land and at sea. </p> <p>The coast line of Majorca is characterized by a multitude of landscapes, on the east side of the island you can admire bays and beaches with charming tones of blue; the north offers a safe selection of ports where you can moor your boat without a problem. The east coast will surprise you with its sheer cliffs and incredible views. Moreover, you should take your yacht charter and sail to Cabrera which hosts some stunning views and amazing water to sleep in. Explore on your yacht and enjoy all that it has to offer. All you have to do is choose your boat model and the dates for your yacht charter trip in Mallorca. Enjoy the great sensation that sailing provides in one of Spain’s favourite sailing destinations. </p> <h2>What to see in Palma de Mallorca</h2> <p>Palma’s boardwalk is over 5km in length and it is ideal for nice walks at sunset, or enjoying a delicious meal. The Mallorcan nightlife is very vibrant and you will find great bars, pubs and clubs throughout the city. </p> <p>To get to know the culture a little better, it is recommended that you visit Majorca's old town, accessed by the two railway lines and many enchanting bohemian streets. The Santa Maria de Palma Cathedral is without doubt the symbol of Mallorca but we shouldn’t forget other monuments of architectural value such as Bellver castle, the Lluc Monastery or Bendinat castle. </p> <h2>Beaches and Bays</h2> <h3>Cala de Formentor</h3><p>This cove, located close to the Port de Pollença in the gorgeous town of Pollença, is one of the most internationally well-known ports due to the quantity of famous people that have visited over the years including Winston Churchill and John Wayne. This kilometer long stretch of sand is an isolated, startling space, perfect for relaxing on you sailing holiday and one of the more peaceful bays in Majorca. </p> <h3>Cala Varcas</h3><p>This cove, situated to the south east, is one of the most untouched of them all. Its main attraction is the wide variety of activities you can take part in there: underwater caves and reefs admired by marine life experts as well as plenty of water activities such as diving or deep water soloing. Its great beauty can only be appreciated from the sea and therefore the best way to visit is by boat. </p> <h3>Cala Llombards</h3><p>Situated to the south, is one of the most beautiful in Mallorca, and removing the distance, it looks extremely like the Nordic Fjords (only properly appreciable from the water). It has fine white sand, and turquoise waters that would look more at home in the Caribbean. From this mix of Nordic and Caribbean influence you can also visit Es Pontás. If you are looking for a beach to make you feel fantastic, then this is the one. </p> <h3>Cala Mondragó</h3><p>This is also one of the most popular spots in Majorca and is situated in the region of Santanyi. It has one of the largest entrances to any cove in Mallorca making it ergonomic for boat access, with fine white sand and surrounded by pine trees. Its natural beauty is so extraordinary that it was declared a National Park in 1992. </p> <h3>Es Trenc</h3><p>Another untouched part of Majorca is Es Tranc, a vast expanse of sand located in the south which looks legitimately Caribbean. It mainly stands out as being the only non-commercialised beach in Mallorca, which makes it into a unique space. The beach is usually overwhelmed with tourists which makes it much more appealing to moor up your boat and enjoy the privacy that it provides. </p> <h2>Natural parks</h2> <p>Majorca has a significant quantity of unique natural spaces, considering its size. Discover its forests, cliffs, coves, bays and islets a short sail away. </p> <h3>Sierra Tramuntana</h3><p>With its highest point being in the Puig Mayor at a height of 1,445 meters, you can’t miss the gorgeous views that it offers.</p> <h3>Cabrera Archipelago</h3><p>In the coastal area you can find the maritime archipelago of Cabrera, which is an idyllic location to go diving in and is easily accessible by boat. The surrounding areas guarantee an exceptional diving experience. </p> <h3>Dragonera</h3><p>The rich flora and fauna of Dragonera, whose name comes from the local lizards, will leave you breathless. It is only accessible by boat and it is full of hiking trails that will allow you to discover the area when you sail there. </p> <h3>S'Albufera natural park</h3><p>Every year the marshes and the swamps of S’Albufera becomes home to numerous migratory bird species. Several hiking trails go through the park, allowing you to enjoy nature and admire the numerous animal species that make this park their home. </p> <h3>Mondrago Park</h3><p>Located in the eastern part of Mallorca, the natural park of Mondrago has some spectacular views. Mondrago cove is known by sailing enthusiasts, who drop anchor every year in its turquoise waters.</p> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>The Majorcan gastronomy is famous for its sweets, its rice dishes and its fresh fish and shellfish. Its dishes are simply another reason you must visit.</p> <p>Mallorca is an electrifying destination offering the best beach tourism and an undoubtedly interesting culture too. You can even visit Ibiza and Formentera with a skipper or on your own bareboat yacht charter! Don’t miss an opportunity to charter a yacht on holiday in Mallorca to experience all that this island has to offer including, sailing, diving and exploring, you will not be disappointed.</p>

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  • Yacht charter in Marmaris
  • <p>Choose a <strong>yacht charter in Marmaris</strong>, the ideal place not just for any type of water sport - and especially for sailing - but also for one of the most beautiful cities on the Aegean.</p> <p>With a spectacular climate, Marmaris has the privilege of having long days of sun from spring to autumn. This, joint with the clarity of the waters, makes it considered one of the brightest cities in the Mediterranean and a common point of reference for sailing in the Aegean. It remains difficult to say which of the small Turkish coastal cities is the prettiest however Marmaris is a fairly safe bet. This coastal city has an average of 20ºC in spring and 30ºC in summer, with a smooth, dry climate during the high season. </p> <p>For its geographical location, Marmaris is an amazing little corner of rich culture: product of all the conflicts it has suffered over the years. The constant stream of tourists and business that sailed the Aegean Sea in search of new products saw Marmaris as a crucial commercial and political stronghold. The city has been conquered in the past by the emperors of Rome, Byzantium and the Ottoman, as well as the Italian Republic during the Second World War. </p> <p>All that turns the environment of Marmaris, which until recently was a small fishing town with no real tourist interest, into a place with so much more to experience. The town has numerous unspoilt beaches and bays on which you can witness true peace and quiet and the tranquility that the landscape provides, whilst seeing one of the breathtaking sunsets this little island in the middle of the Aegean can provide. </p> <p>A yacht charter in Marmaris gives you all you need to have an incredible sailing holiday; perfect weather, spectacular beaches, intriguing architecture and a magnificent port with space for hundreds of boats and facilities for every need. It isn’t a surprise that Marmaris has been converted into the centre of sailing for the Aegean. </p> <p>Finally, you can use Marmaris as a hub that should be used to visit local towns, ports and islands during your yacht charter holiday. Go sailing in Turkey and sail across the turquoise Turkish coast, ocean and bays and visit amazing places like; Orhaniye, Fethiye, Dalaman or Bodrum. Fall in love with yachting and sailing by renting one of our bareboat or crewed yachts and experience a Mediterranean holiday like no other when you come with aBoatTime on a yacht charter in Marmaris! </p> <h2>What to do in Marmaris</h2> <p>If you want to combine a yacht charter in Marmaris with all that is to be enjoyed on land, Marmaris offers all manner of activities. You could rent a canoe, go on a bike ride, go for a safari ride in a Jeep or simply take a walk through its pretty landscape. </p> <p>The local flavours can also be sampled in one of the local markets that you will find in the centre of the city at fairly low prices. We recommend that you explore the city by foot on your holidays in Turkey and enjoy the shows, markets and all other activities offered by Marmaris, especially in spring and summer. </p> <p>Marmaris has, without doubt, so much to offer in terms of nature, sandy beaches, rocky coves and the countryside that surrounds them. While sailing in Marmaris you will find spots only accessible by sea where you can relax, free from stress of your daily life. Marmaris is just one destination on your journey through the Aegean, and you have the option to visit various islands during a week sailing. </p> <p>Some of the other notable cities are Bodrum and Datca, which belong to Turkey and also Rhodes which is one of the closest Greek Islands. A yacht charter in Marmaris offers so many activities that we guarantee you will want to return year on year to get everything done. Discover the fantastic Turkish coast on board one of our yachts and go on a holiday like no other. </p> <h2>Beaches</h2> <h4>Icmeler Beach</h4> <p>Located very close to Marmaris and of easy access by see. On this beach one can do some water sports or some relaxing in one of the numerous eateries and pubs. It is ideal for visiting with family and/or friends. </p> <h4>Marmaris Beach</h4> <p>The area is beautiful, surrounded by pine trees and crystal clear waters. It is an ideal area to drop your anchor and dip in one of its coves. </p> <h4>Cleopatra Island</h4> <p>A gorgeous location, located very close to Marmaris, to which sailing should be mandatory. On top of the amazing ruins that populate this island, it has a picturesque shoreline, perfect for those looking for a peaceful place to sit back and worship the sun. </p> <h4>Sedir </h4> <p>Another nearby isle where you can sale with your chartered yacht. Protected by the ministry of culture, it’s secluded and hidden with a gorgeous white sands and impressive turquoise waters. </p> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>After a rich dinner at the edge of the sea, perhaps you want to spend the rest of the night in one of the pubs or bars found in the town. The Turkish cuisine is worth trying in Marmaris, where the coastal restaurants don’t miss the chance to offer the visiting tourists the most traditional of food. The majority of the dishes are elaborate with fish and seafood fresh from the sea, as well as spices and vegetables grown right there on the coast. The most popular dishes are stuffed mussels, anchovies in vinegar and a traditional Turkish kebab with spices, rice and lamb. </p> <p>A yacht charter in Marmaris will provide you everything you need to enjoy some incredible holidays: perfect climate, spectacular beaches and amazing architecture. The port of Marmaris is modern and high quality, with sufficient capacity for hundreds of ships of all types with all kinds of facilities for your comfort. Choose your Gulet, catamaran or sailboat available for rent and discover the spectacular Turkish coast on board of one of our yacht charters and experience your holidays like never before. </p>

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  • Yacht charter in Sukosan
  • <p><strong>Yacht charter in Sukosan</strong> lets you visit the small city located in the western part of Croatia, on the Dalmatian coast. Lying in between Zadar and Biograd, it is a very popular tourist destination, specially known for its nautical tourism. Its lengthy coast is full of gorgeous coves and crystal clear waters. Its economy is strongly linked to tourism; companies and businesses in this sector are some of the most important in the region. </p> <p>Rent one of aBoatTime’s yachts or catamarans either bareboat or crewed with a skipper and go sailing in Sukosan which will allow you to have an adventure in the Adriatic Sea along the beautiful coast of Croatia! Go sailing in Sukosan, Croatia and the Adriatic and visit nearby sailing destinations that are very entertaining, places such as; Kornati, Dalmacija, Zadar, Sibenik, Biograd and also the hundreds of islands that are dotted along Croatia’s Adriatic coast that you can sail to if you want to – you’re in control of your yacht charter sailing holiday! </p> <h2>What to do in Sukosan</h2> <p>Open air and nautical activities are very popular in this region, as some of the most famous tourist attractions are its spectacular coasts, from the stony beaches to its beautiful cliffs.</p> <p>You can participate in guided visits and activities such as hiking through the numerous natural parks of the region. Another option is the practice of watersports, such as scuba diving and snorkeling, which will get you acquainted with the vibrant underwater life of this region. </p> <h2>What to see in Sukosan</h2> <p>There are many attractions that the city of Sukosan has to offer, the majority of which are from its religious heritage. Some of the most important are: </p> <ul><li>Church of Our Lady of Mercy:</li><p>This church is located in the center of old town. It was built in 1650 as gratitude to the virgin for protecting the city from the plague that the country has suffered. </p> <li>San Casiano church:</li><p>This church has roman and baroque characteristics, is also located in old town. </p> <li>St. Martin church:</li><p>This church has been a witness to the long history of this region. It has been destroyed on several occasions; until it was restored by the San Martin brotherhood restored it in 1753. </p> <li>Gates in the fortified area:</li><p>They were used to come in and out of the fortified city and now they are open for visits. </p></ul> <h2>Ports</h2> <p>Sukosan is home to one of the largest ports in Croatia, the Dalmacija marina. This port has 1,200 docking spaces and the capacity to host vessels with a length of up to 25 meters. It has the best services and the biggest luxuries, and it is designed for the maximum comfort of its guests. </p> <h2>Beaches and coves</h2> <p>Croatia’s shores are some of its most important attractions and Sukosan has a large number crystal clear waters. Some of them are: </p> <ul><li>DjeČji Raj:</li><p>A beautiful beach of sand and stone, perfect to visit with children. It offers services such as bars, restrooms, showers and changing rooms. </p> <li>Zlatna Luka:</li><p> located by the entrance to Sukosan and is covered with stones. This beach is surrounded by trees that provide shade during the hot summer months. It counts with showers, changing rooms and restrooms. </p> <li>Makarska:</li><p> this beach is very close to volleyball and basketball courts and it also has showers, restrooms and changing rooms. </p></ul> <h2>Natural Parks</h2> <p>Sukosan is a region with a rich natural heritage, it is surrounded by several natural parks that are perfect to spend several days relaxing and enjoying nature. There are 5 national parks and 2 natural parks in the vicinity. Some of the most important are: </p> <ul><li>Kornati national park:</li><p>declared national park in 1980 for its natural beauty, it has turquoise waters and a large animal biodiversity above and underwater. This archipelago has 144 islands covered in vegetation, creating a spectacular landscape. </p> <li>TelaŠČica natural park:</li><p> this natural bay surrounded by little islands is located 9 nautical miles from Sukosan. It is 10 km in length and it was declared a natural park in 1988. It has peaceful a shoreline on one side and rocky cliffs on the other. Its spectacular marine diversity makes it an ideal place for scuba diving. </p> <li>Vrana lake natural park:</li><p> located 25 km away from Sibenik, it’s a natural park where freshwater mixes with seawater in a lake that is 14 km in length, 4 km in width and 4 meters in depth. In this park you will be able to observe several types of birds. It is an ideal place for fishing and watersports. </p> <li>Krka national park:</li><p> an unbeatable natural landscape located by the Lrka river, it was declared a national park for its beauty in 1985. </p></ul> <h2>Currency</h2> <ul><li>Currency: Kuna (1kn=100 lipas// 1€=7.5 kn approx.)</li> <li>Places for exchange: banks, exchange offices, post offices, travel agencies, hotels and camping sites. </li> <li>Accepted credit cards: Eurocard/Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Dinners.</li></ul> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>The Croatian gastronomy is characterized by the large variety of different types of food that can be found in its restaurants and cafes. Sukosan’s specialties are based on fish and shellfish with olive oil and fresh vegetables typical of the region. </p>

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  • Yacht charter in Corfu
  • <p>Why not charter a yacht in Corfu for your next holiday? Set sail to the Ionian Sea on your next skippered or bareboat yacht charter sailing holiday and visit one of the most idyllic destinations in Europe – the Greek island of Corfu! Corfu is located in the northern Ionian Sea, to the northeast of Greece and close to Albania. The region comprises of Corfu and the Diapontia archipelago. A <strong>yacht charter in Corfu</strong> 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 boat charter, with its historic monuments and traditional seaside villages. </p> <p>What are you waiting for? Make 2016 a year to remember (or forget) and rent one of aBoatTime’s luxury yachts, such as one of the Oceanis, Jeanneau or Beneteau models! Sail and control your own sailing routes and gives the orders during your time on our skippered or bareboat yachts, go sailing wherever you so please to places like Lefkas, Paxos, Gouvia, Greece itself, and any of the Greek Ionian Isles that you wish to sail to! This will be one of the best holidays of your life if you do it right! </p> <h2>What to see in Corfu</h2> <p>The most scenic landscapes in Corfu are located in the west of the isle. This region has picturesque and idyllic locations, ideal for spending the day on one of our boats and tasting the local cuisine, with locally sourced ingredients. Eastern Corfu 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. </p> <p>The most popular location in Corfu is the village of Paleokastritsa, in the north-east, which is famed for its blue water coves and its mountainous terrain. 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. </p> <p>Furthermore, during your time on your Greek holiday in Corfu, you should use the small yet gorgeous coastline to your advantage. Sail up, down and around Corfu every day and moor up in quaint local towns like; Arillas, Nissaki, Kalami, Barbati, Kaminaki, the isle of Paxos, Agni and Kassiopi. However, there are many more that you can visit, you are in control! </p> <p>In Corfu it’s very common to go snorkelling, thanks to its crystal clear waters, it’s excellent for diving and discovering the unique marine life. The most famous place for diving is Kassiopi, in the north-east of Corfu, and you can easily sail here on your boat charter. A yacht charter in Corfu allows you to combine the experiences of being on board your own personal boat, 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. </p> <h2>Beaches</h2> <p>Corfu’s golden beaches and plains are located in the south, the most famous of which are: </p> <p>Arilas</p><p>It is very popular among tourists looking for quiet, golden sandy shores. From the beach, you can see many small islets in the distance. </p> <p>Ermones</p><p> A vast long beach, great for relaxing, with the nearby leafy forests and its golden sand. </p> <p>Glyfada</p><p> One of Corfu’s most spectacular pieces of coastline, thanks to its backdrop of steep rocky cliffs against the beautiful turquoise sea. </p> <p>Roda Beach</p><p> 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 and entertaining night. </p> <h2>Corfu Town</h2> <p>It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the centre’s Venetian architecture is highly protected, something that you will appreciate when you visit on your yacht charter holiday in Corfu. Discover Spianada Square, one of 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 area. In addition to its conquests, numerous tourists flock here, enticed by its climate and its unspoilt coastline. One famous visitor, Empress Elizabeth of Austria built a summer residence in Corfu in 1890, which is now open to the public. </p> <h2>Sailing from Corfu</h2> <p>Corfu has a famous port, well-known by sailors in the Mediterranean. For centuries it has been a strategic marina, and nowadays yacht charter in Corfu makes it one of the most popular visitor destinations in the Ionian Sea. </p> <p>From Corfu you can sail to Italy or to Albania, or simply anchor your boat on Greece’s eastern coast, in cities such as Igoumenitsa or Paleo Liman. Sailing round the Ionian Peninsula 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 on one of our boats in Corfu and have an unforgettable holiday experience. Isn’t it aBoatTime? Charter a yacht in Corfu! </p>

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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.
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