The Ionian Islands are arguably the most popular cruising ground in the Med and often most peoples first experience of chartering due to it’s popularity as a flotilla charter destination.
The name for the Dodecanese Islands comes from the Greek word for “twelve,” because there are 12 major and 120 minor islands located in the southern Aegean Sea, off the Turkish coast.
If you have seen pictures of perfect Greek islands with white houses on sun-drenched hillsides, it’s likely it a picture of one of the Cyclades islands.
Athens / Saronic
here are few cities anywhere that can match the artistic, scientific, and cultural contributions that Athens has made to the modern world.
The beautiful islands of the Sporades in northern Greece offer sheltered and unspoiled anchorages, sandy white beaches and spectacular scenery.
Charter a yacht in Slovenia and explore Portoroz bay. Visit spots such as Piran, a historic town that at first sight bears a striking resemblance to nearby Venice and represents the heart of the Portoroz area and Community of Piran.
Montenegro, a small but beautiful state, is known as the Pearl of the Mediterranean, famed for its mountains, canyons, rivers, lakes and beaches. Montenegro displays a wonderful combination of culture, history with natural beauty.
Sail for one or two weeks along this stunning coastline and enjoy reliable sailing breezes in clear turquoise waters.
Marmaris is a bustling resort with a lovely seafront of restaurants and cafes, with traditional gullets all moored at the town quay.
A Gocek yacht charter allows you to explore the mountainous pine-forested shores, ancient ruins and peaceful anchorages that adorn Turkey’s Turquoise Coast at your own pace.
Zadar & Kornati
Just 15 Nm south of Zadar is an amazing group of islands called the Kornati archipelago. This beautiful and scenic National Park is home to 89 islands, islets and reefs, attracting divers from all over Europe.
The medieval city of Dubrovnik on Croatia’s Adriatic Coast is known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ for good reason. At night Gundulic Square comes alive with cafes but in the morning is used as a farmer's market.
Built within and around a fortified Roman palace, the historical town of Split is the perfect base from which to cruise the Dalmatian Coast. Located in the heart of Dalmatia, Split became a popular retirement destination in the 4th century for Roman emperors such as Diocletian.
Pula & Istria
At the northernmost part of the Island chain is the Istrian peninsula and here the islands are relatively untouched. The Istrian coastline with its clear seas, gentle summer climate, quaint villages and historic towns, is a magnificent cruising area.