July is one of the best months of the year to charter in Greece, and it’s certainly easy to see why. The sailing conditions are fantastic, and rain or overcast skies are typically in the early morning or late at night.
If you want a Greece yacht charter, this July and August is the perfect opportunity for a sailing adventure in Greece.
The Yacht | AMADEUS
AMADEUS is a 110-foot sailing yacht with a crew of six. Built for smooth sailing, this elegant cutter-rigged sloop comfortably reaches top speeds of 12 knots and ensures excellent sailing performance. In addition, AMADEUS had a total refit in 2018.
Enjoy a real sailing experience in Greece.
Additional features include:
- The large teak deck has plenty of space for sunbathing.
- A roomy and unique outdoor salon with two tables seating up to 12 guests.
- A deck salon with a unique canopy and roll-up windows.
- The forward area includes a splash pool and sunbathing area
- Indoors, there’s a light-filled, spacious salon with lots of seating.
- Formal dining area.
- LCD TV.
- Entertainment center.
- iPod dock station.
With five spacious cabins, AMADEUS accommodates up to 12 guests. There is a master cabin forward that features a double bed, vanity unit, ample storage facilities, and audio/visual entertainment. The private en-suite includes a large bathtub, shower, and separate toilet.
Forward, there are two identical double cabins with additional single bunks. Aft, two identical double cabins can also convert to twins. (Total 5 double beds.) All cabins have private en suite facilities and audio/visual entertainment.
Water Toys & Amenities on Your Greece Yacht Charter in July
There’s no lack of entertainment options aboard AMADEUS. Jump in the water and enjoy toys such as:
- NEW Novorania tender 4.60m with NEW EVINRUDE 75hp plus mercury x 10hp
- Water Skis (adult and kids)
- Mono Ski
- 2 Tubes
- Inflatable Kayak
- Fishing Gear
- Snorkeling Equipment
- 4 Yoga mats
Where to Go on Your Greece Yacht Charter July
Yacht charter vacations in Greece take you to stunning Greek islands. Swim in warm blue waters, island hop, dine, and explore.
The Saronic Islands are a group of islands located in the Saronic Gulf, close to Athens. They offer a mix of history, natural beauty, and vibrant local culture.
Visit the Temple of Aphaia, an ancient Greek temple dedicated to the goddess Aphaia. This Doric temple is on a hilltop and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape and the sea. Afterward, wander through the lively town of Aegina, where you can enjoy local cuisine and must-try Aegina pistachios.
- Poros Town Stroll: Begin your journey by wandering through Poros Town. This picturesque harbor town has narrow streets and neoclassical buildings that create a charming Mediterranean atmosphere. It also has cozy cafes, boutiques, and local shops where you can pick up souvenirs and handmade crafts.
- Archaeological Museum: Dive into the island’s history by visiting the Archaeological Museum of Poros. This museum showcases a rich collection of artifacts, sculptures, and historical relics. You’ll gain a deeper appreciation for the cultural heritage of Poros and the wider region.
- Love Bay Beach: After immersing yourself in history and culture, head to the tranquil shores of Love Bay Beach. Here, you can unwind on the soft sands, bask in the sun, and swim in the clear waters of the Saronic Gulf.
- Stone-Paved Streets: Wander through the enchanting streets of Hydra Town, where cobblestone paths wind their way through the town. The traditional architecture, white-washed buildings, and vibrant bougainvillea create a postcard-perfect setting. Take strolls and explore the hidden corners of this captivating town.
- Donkey Rides: Embrace the island’s car-free environment by taking a unique mode of transportation: donkey rides. These gentle animals have long been a part of Hydra’s heritage. They provide a charming and eco-friendly way to explore the island.
- Historical Archive Museum: Dive into the island’s history and culture at the Historical Archive Museum of Hydra. Housed in a neoclassical mansion, the museum features a fascinating collection of documents, manuscripts, maps, and artifacts.
- Hydra Town’s stone-paved streets, donkey rides, and the Historical Archive Museum offer a glimpse into the island’s unique character.
- Old Harbour: Begin your journey in the heart of Spetses at the Old Harbour.
- Dapia Square: Just a short stroll from the Old Harbour, you’ll discover Dapia Square, the bustling heart of Spetses Town. This vibrant square is a hub of activity for locals and visitors. Enjoy people-watching as you sip on a Greek coffee or dine at one of the surrounding tavernas. Dapia Square is also a convenient starting point for exploring the town’s narrow alleys and historic buildings.
- Bouboulina Museum: Dive into the inspiring story of a Greek heroine at the Bouboulina Museum. This museum pays tribute to the legendary Laskarina Bouboulina. She was a courageous woman who was pivotal in the Greek War of Independence.
The Ionian Islands have lush green landscapes, crystal-clear waters, and Venetian influence.
- Corfu: Discover the UNESCO-listed Old Town with its fortresses, stroll through Spianada Square, and explore Achilleion Palace.
- Kefalonia: Visit the Melissani Cave and Drogarati Cave, enjoy the stunning Myrtos Beach, and explore Argostoli.
- Zakynthos: Explore Shipwreck Beach (Navagio Beach), visit the Blue Caves, and see Loggerhead sea turtles at the Zakynthos Marine Park.
- Lefkada: Relax on Porto Katsiki Beach, explore Nidri Waterfalls, and visit the charming town of Lefkada.
The Dodecanese Islands have historical sites, beautiful beaches, and unique culture.
- Rhodes: Explore the UNESCO-listed Rhodes Town, visit the Palace of the Grand Master, and discover the Acropolis of Lindos.
- Kos: Visit the Asklepion, an ancient healing center, explore Kos Town’s historic sites, and relax on Lambi Beach.
- Patmos: Explore the Monastery of Saint John the Theologian, visit the Cave of the Apocalypse, and enjoy the tranquility of Psili Ammos Beach.
- Karpathos: Discover the traditional village of Olympos, hike to the Chapel of Agia Kyriaki, and relax on Apella Beach.
The Cyclades have iconic white-washed buildings, blue-domed churches, and vibrant nightlife.
- Santorini: Witness the famous sunset in Oia, explore the archaeological site of Akrotiri, and relax on Red Beach.
- Mykonos: Enjoy the nightlife in Mykonos Town, visit the iconic windmills, and relax on Paradise Beach.
- Naxos: Explore the Portara, visit the charming village of Apiranthos, and relax on Agios Prokopios Beach.
- Paros: Visit the Church of Panagia Ekatontapiliani, explore the picturesque town of Naoussa, and relax on Santa Maria Beach.
These islands offer diverse experiences, from historical exploration to beach relaxation. They are some of the most sought-after destinations in Greece.
Don’t Miss This Greece Yacht Charter in July on AMADEUS
Greece is a fantastic sailing vacation destination. You can explore history in Athens and soak up the sun on pristine white beaches. You can do whatever you want in luxurious comfort aboard your charter yacht, AMADEUS.
Another excellent Greek sailing yacht available for yacht charters in Greece is Wind of Change. Call and make plans for your sailing vacation today.
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