This boat for rent in Lefkada, Greece was built in 2013 by Bavaria. It is the perfect option for up to 8 guests who want to explore Lefkada, Greece from water. With a length of 47ft and a total of 4 cabins, you will enjoy a great boat trip aboard this yacht charter.
Lefkas (Italian: Santa Maura) is a hilly island marked by karstic action, lying off the Playia Peninsula in Acarnania, from which it is separated by a shallow lagoon varying in width between 600 m and 5 km. It is now linked with the mainland either by a causeway or a ferry. Most of the island is occupied by a range of hills, rising to a height of 1158 m in Mount Stavrotas, and running south-west to end at Cape Doukato. It was from this Leucadian Rock of gleaming white limestone, that Sappho was supposed to have thrown herself for love of the handsome Phaon. Lefkas never had any permanent natural connection with the mainland. The shingle spit at the northern tip was pierced in ancient times by the Corinthians to provide a channel for shipping, much like the spit to the south of Lefkas town, which came into being in the Middle Ages, as a result of the establishment of salt-pans. (Find Lefkas in Google Maps here)
Off the south-east coast of Lefkas, you will find the beautiful unspoiled island of Meganisi, with sandy beaches and famous sea-caves. It is ideal for yacht charters with family or friends, either bareboat or skippered. Westward to Lefkas, there are tiny islands like Skorpios and Madouri, and on the east side, the well-equipped marinas of Vasiliki and Nydri provide safe anchorage protected from the occasional strong westerlies.
The must-see ports and anchorages include Palairos, Mytika, Kastos, Port Leone, Episkopi, Papanikolis Cave, Vathi, Spartakhori, Menidion (Ambracian Gulf), Sivota, Vasiliki and Rouda Bay.
Rules & cancelation
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Usually, this boat operates around Lefkada, Greece. Exact location provided after booking.
You can pay for this boat at once or in installments.