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Our friends at SailSterling have responded to an uplift in demand for skippered yacht charter by launching fully-crewed catamaran itineraries in Greece for summer 2021. 

The increased demand SailSterling has experienced since the beginning of the year has been for yacht and catamaran charters from June to October for European sailings. Prices for a seven night charter of the Lagoon 630, sleeping eight people, fully catered with skipper and crew start from £3,680 per person.

The launch itinerary in SailSterling’s Greece programme, The Greek Cyclades, starts from Mykonos and combines stops at the popular island of Sifnos known by many as the birthplace of Greek cuisine. Also included on the itinerary are stops at the lesser-known islands of Serifos and Kythnos with both islands offering stunning beaches and coves, many of which are only accessible from the sea.

Commenting on the demand for skippered charters Richard Osei, co-founder of SailSterling said, “Greece was one of the first destinations we featured for bareboat charter. We’ve seen a dramatic shift towards skippered catamaran charter from customers eager to try a boating holiday. The pandemic has created a new breed of holiday-maker looking for private villas and deserted islands, with skippered yachts and catamarans falling into that bracket.”

He continued, “Our private catamaran charters in Greece give our guests the assurance of their own private space, a full crew and our recommended route, but they have the flexibility to deviate from this under the guidance of our skippers.”

The Greek Cyclades itinerary starts from £3,680 per person based on eight sharing a Lagoon 630 in four double, ensuite cabins. The seven night itinerary includes skipper, chef, food and drinks on board and all associated catamaran and mooring costs. Other Lagoon catamarans are available in varying sizes on request. 

International flights are not included. For more information visit or call 020 3846 2806.

The latest UK travel information indicates that Summer 2021 holidays to Greece will be able to take place. Please ensure that you have up-to-date information and suitable holiday insurance before booking your holiday.

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