(in other words the East Mediterranean Sea) offers ideal cruising areas for catamaran charters and monohull charters
Rocky and mountainous islands often have a sandy shallow anchorage and secluded beaches that are perfect for yacht with minimum draft. And were keels are inappropriate, during catamaran charters in Greece
you will be able to have some privacy and have the bay or beach all by yourself.
The majority of multihulls are between 36 and 50 feet long. Shorter catamaran charters
are rare and indeed a minimum of 3 cabins, but usually minimum of four cabins means that sailing these vessels is not advised for a bareboat
couple - simply too much unused space and cabins. Even with crew a party of four guests or more is ideal, but generally even the tiniest cat is used by 6 or more persons and larger families when bareboating. Note that the crew will occupy only one cabin and since all cabins on the catamaran charters will be fully ensuite with bathroom and toilet, there is maximum privacy (which the crew will prefer as well, of course). The more luxurious and grander multihulls won't be available without a skipper and normally you will even find a 5th or 6th cabin for the crew below deck. So, catamaran charters in Greece are highly recommended for family charters but not so much for the southern Cyclades
because of the possible strong winds and waves and furthermore for tuition
a monohull yacht
is more practical.
Although the catamarans do take up more space when mediterranean mooring
in crowded Greek harbours, these vessels will be able to dock in the more shallow parts of port.
.: Back to our sailing adventure in Greece :.