For those seeking the bliss of sailing, without giving up on stability, comfort, speed and room, then renting a catamaran may be the right option. If the vision of your sailing holiday includes anchoring in shallow bays close to the beach, diving off the deck with the kids and sipping cocktails at sundown, then consider a catamaran. Catamarans offer an excellent balance between sailing, performance and comfort.
For families with little children, the elderly or novice sailors, sailing on a catamaran can go a long way to reducing stress. The smaller draft of a catamaran allows you to anchor in shallow bays or very close to the beach, which leads to more privacy and more options to drop anchor. You can easily enter places where most sailing boats cannot, closer to the beach and coast and away from the crowds.
More stability and minimum heeling can help to avoid seasickness and there is sufficiently more space on deck and inside which makes the catamaran a good choice for large groups. Catamarans are also generally faster than monohulls, when not overloaded and in good wind. More privacy is another factor, since the sleeping accommodations, heads and showers are separate, located in each hull and in opposite corners.
The twin engines of the catamaran make handling much easier and pivoting around the boat’s central axis is possible, whatever the size.
Finding room in harbours or marinas may be more complicated and sailing upwind or tacking can be difficult.
Renting a catamaran in Greece is very popular and they are often booked early. Our catamarans have large central lounges and spacious cockpits; the views from the elevated salons are exceptional. Catamarans can be rented as bareboat or crewed charters, with skippers and cooks also available for hire. Standard charters in Greece are usually on a week’s basis from Saturday to Saturday. For bareboat charters, it is necessary to file your skipper’s licence with the charter company. The International Certificate of Competence (ICC) is recognized everywhere in Greece and will make any paperwork easier. It is easy to convert your domestic licence before you leave. RYA official sailing certificates and other domestic licences are also widely recognized. In Greece it is obligatory for the co-skipper to sign a Co-Skipper declaration form.
Other considerations when renting a catamaran are the higher charter prices and related services and more expensive berths in marinas and harbours.
Yacht Rent has many catamarans available for charter in Greece, offering well-known manufacturers such as Lagoon, Bali, and Salina.
What is the number of catamarans for charter in Greece in 2024?
There are 682 catamarans for charter in Greece in 2024 in our offer.
What is the average charter price of a catamaran in Greece in 2024?
The average charter price of a catamaran in Greece in 2024 is 6,692€ per week based on 682 catamarans from our offer. The highest (average!)price is in the week from 2024-08-03 (10,835€), and the lowest is in the week from 2024-04-06 (4,661€). The charter price in the lowest season drops up to 57% compared to the price in the highest season.
Average charter prices of a catamaran in Greece
How much does a catamaran rental cost per person in Greece in 2024?
The average price of a catamaran rental per person in Greece in 2024 is 623€ per week. The price per person is calculated on the basis of 682 catamarans from our offer, in such a way that the average price of the catamaran rental is divided by the maximum number of persons allowed onboard. The highest (average!)price per person is in the week from 2024-08-03 (1,008€), and the lowest is in the week from 2024-04-06 (434€). The difference in the rental price from the highest season to the lowest is up to 57%.
Average catamaran rental prices per person in Greece
What is the average booking rate of a catamaran for rent in Greece in 2024?
The average booking rate (or occupancy - percentage ratio between the number of booked and the number of all catamarans) for renting a catamaran in Greece in 2024 is 24.52% weeks per year (13 weeks) based on 646 catamarans from our offer for which our booking lists have been updated within the last 7 days. The highest booking rate is in the week from 2024-02-24 (45.72%), and the lowest is in the week from 2024-10-26 (4.08%). Minor inconsistencies in the graphs can occur at the ends of the seasons during boats maintenance, because some boat owners mark those periods as reserved by guests, thus increasing the booking rate.
Average rental booking rate of a catamaran in Greece
Historical trend of charter price of a catamaran in Greece
The archive of average charter prices of a catamaran in Greece is showing historical price trend since 2018.
Archive of average charter prices of a catamaran in Greece