The Cyclades Islands are situated in the southern part of the Aegean Sea. More than 2,000 islands and rocks are gathered around the central one — Delos, the birthplace of Apollo. Would you like to visit these places on a yacht? We will help you to plan a journey and rent a great boat at an affordable price.
The archipelago is called the white islands because the local houses are of exceptionally white color. They contrast with the blue sky, emerald water and make coast clearly visible to sailors. There are 33 inhabited islands, the yachtsmen lay the routes between them. Most trips start and end in the capital or in Lavrio.
You could also hire a private boat and begin a trip from Paros or Mykonos but most sailors prefer to start from the capital because it is easy to get there. In addition, in the capital there is perhaps the largest rental fleet of sailing and motor ships in Greece. Even when popular regattas are approaching, the cost of local charter remains almost unchanged.
Those who want to steer themselves must submit a standard Greek package of documents. The Cyclades are an archipelago for experienced captains. In the peak season, July and August, the wind called Meltemi is blowing increasingly. Its power can reach 9 points on the Beaufort scale. Meltemi initiates the short, steep waves up to 3 m high. They make staying onboard uncomfortable, so the skipper’s task is to avoid getting into difficult weather conditions and take care of the safety during night stands.
If you decide to arrange a yacht trip but want to clarify the details of booking, leave a request on the website. Our consultant will contact you at your convenience, answer all the questions about the rent system and help you to plan the trip. We do not just offer yacht charter, we unite like-minded people. Sailica is a community of yachtsmen who do not image life without sailing and those who are just going on their first cruise.