Sailing in Santorini island

Available Yachts in Santorini island

Bavaria 32 Cruiser (2005) in Athens

Type Sail boat
Guests 5
Guest cabins 2
Length 9.9m
Marina Alimos Marina, Athens
Price €1,100
€880

Bavaria 38 (2004) in Athens

Type Sail boat
Guests 7
Guest cabins 3
Length 12.13m
Marina Alimos Marina, Athens
Price €1,200
€900

Sun Odyssey 32 (2004) in Athens

Type Sail boat
Guests 6
Guest cabins 2
Length 9.6m
Marina Alimos Marina, Athens
Price €1,150
€932

Bavaria 31 (2008) in Athens

Type Sail boat
Guests 6
Guest cabins 2
Length 10.0m
Marina Alimos Marina, Athens
Price €1,250
€1,013

Oceanis 34 (2011) in Athens

Type Sail boat
Guests 7
Guest cabins 3
Length 10.34m
Marina Alimos Marina, Athens
Price €1,400
€1,050

Bavaria 39 Cruiser (2007) in Athens

Type Sail boat
Guests 7
Guest cabins 3
Length 12.35m
Marina Alimos Marina, Athens
Price €1,200
€1,080

Sun Odyssey 36i (2010) in Athens

Type Sail boat
Guests 6
Guest cabins 3
Length 10.94m
Marina Alimos Marina, Athens
Price €1,200
€1,080

Bavaria 36 (2005) in Athens

Type Sail boat
Guests 6
Guest cabins 3
Length 10.96m
Marina Alimos Marina, Athens
Price €1,350
€1,094

Santorini island

If you ever fancied going to the beach filled with volcanic sand, Santorini is the place to be. Owing its shape to a huge volcanic eruption that took place hundreds of years ago, Santorini today is a yachting destination filled with beautiful landscapes, and unforgettable moments. The island’s capital, Fira, is placed on a hill, filled with unique Cycladian white houses and blue-roof churches. Sailing Santorini further north, you get to the town of Oia, known for its astonishing sunsets and two hidden coves, Armeni and Amoudi. There’s also the Red Beach located on the southern side of the island. Lovers of good food will enjoy fava, a local Santorini dish (a puree made out of fava beans). The island is also known for its wine; which is based on the indigenous grape variety named Assyrtiko.

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