✓ Personally tested yacht quality ✓ Personal advice from the founder ✓ Direct contact with the captain
✓ Tested yacht quality
✓ Advice from the founder
✓ Captain contact
Yacht charter in Greece
We specialise in yacht charter in Greece to provide you with an unforgettable yachting holiday.
We enable self-employed people, business executives and entrepreneurs to experience an unforgettable dream holiday in Greece. Using our tailor-made exclusive yacht routes and our luxury network, we quickly and conveniently realise your unique yacht holiday in Greece.
Your advantages at a glance:
Enjoy untouched paradises of the world through exclusive VIP yacht routes
Feel absolute freedom by individual wish arrangement before and on our yachts
100% deep relaxation, because your personal contact takes over the organization
More valuable contacts: you will gain access to the Blue Sun Luxury VIP Group, the group for successful large-scale entrepreneurs.
Security through audited MYBA and CYBA contracts
These highlights you will experience in Greece
Luxury yachts in Greece
Yacht charter in Greece
Greece is considered the cradle of Europe. Democracy was born here and the country was home to many important philosophers. Nevertheless, the southern European country is by far not only interesting for historians. In addition to countless ancient sites, Greece also boasts beautiful beaches, breathtaking landscapes and sunshine all year round.
The landmark of Athens has made it to the top of our list of sights. The former city fortress is enthroned high above the Greek capital on a 156 m high rock and presents the imposance of ancient architecture.
Collection of historic buildings
Acropolis means upper city and describes a collection of buildings. Accordingly, other Greek cities can also boast an acropolis, but none is as famous as that of Athens. It was built between 476 and 406 BC and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986.
Temple and theatre
One of the most famous buildings on the Acropolis is the Parthenon, a temple to the goddess Athena, patron saint of the city. The Dionysus Theatre at the foot of the Acropolis is also worth a visit. It is considered the birthplace of Greek drama. Only a few hundred metres from the Acropolis are the remains of the Olympieion, temple of Zeus, which are well worth seeing.