Lagoon 42 Catamaran Charter Greece
Accommodation and comfort
Catamaran Charter Greece offers catamarans for rent in Greece that can accommodate up to 12 guests in different combinations of cabins. Also depending on length, they have from 2 to 5 toilets/showers. Many of catamarans can be chartered bareboat / without crew (nautical license required), skippered and also fully crewed.
As starting points for catamaran charter, number of cities and towns are available. Most popular among them are Athens, Lavrion, Mykonos, Santorini, Lefkas, Paros, Corfu, and other places across Greece coast & islands.
Catamarans sail like a sailboats, but have a lot more advantages. Among many, comfort, security, stability and speed are main advantages. Having 2 hulls and 2 keels, catamarans are extremely fast, stable but most important SAFE. Considering that while sailing they have minimal slope, makes them perfect choice for people who do not tolerate waves and rough sea.
As a result of the catamaran stability, you can experience more while sailing the Greek islands, regardless of the meltemi wind and waves or weather. Thanks to the large sail area and better stability, they generally can sail much faster than regular monohulls (sailing boats). They are equipped with two widely separated engines, and because of that are much easier to handle. Its very useful when maneuvering in tight marinas and small bays. It is reasonable to say that Catamarans for rent in Greece are perfect blend of pleasure and comfortable sailing all around Greece islands.
Thanks to two separated hulls catamaran can offer more privacy and amazing views from the elevated salon that is located in the center of the catamaran. We could easily say that only setback when chartering a double hulled yacht is overall higher price and more expensive fees in harbors, buoys and marinas. We have to offer you more than 100 multihulls for charter in Greece, from renowned brands such as Fountane Pajot, Lagoon, Nautitech, Catana, Leopard, Privilege and also brand new in catamarans, Dufour.