Ideal for Summer Season
Cruising from Kos to Rhodes by way of numerous iconic Greek islands, this yacht charter itinerary brings together the very best spots of the historic destination.
- Day 1
Embark in Kos
Setting out from Kos, the first day of your private yacht charter vacation will be spent amidst the beautiful surroundings of the island which Hippocrates called home and is the third largest of the Dodecanese chain.
Fringed by some of the best beaches to be found across Greece, Kos also boasts a superb infrastructure which makes getting around the island a complete joy in itself. You will arrive in Therma beach, famed for its electric blue waters, where you and your guests will spend the morning relaxing to the sound of sleepy waves.
Following this you will head to the island's capital town, also called Kos, where you will spend the rest of your day. With plenty of archaeological sites and ancient ruins easily accessible from the town, your afternoon can be spent checking out the rich history of Greece when you’re not simply enjoying the gentle pace of life here.
- Day 2
Hop across the border to Turkey's Datça
Located at southernmost point of the peninsula, the ancient city of Knidos is a living testament to the famed mythology of Greece, offering visitors the chance to inspect the architecture and remains of a former civilization.
Datça is also home to Datça Plaj, famed for its clear and soothing waters. There are many secluded coves located nearby where you and your guests can anchor and enjoy the waters in complete privacy.
- Day 3
On the third day of your luxury yacht charter, a cruise over to Bozburun brings you to a world of quaint restaurants and boutiques all neatly arranged along a beautiful waterside promenade.
Famed for its history of gulet construction, Bozburun is sure to appeal to the yachtsman, with many of the expertly crafted vessels regularly seen in the harbor and surrounding waters.
Famed for its peace and serenity, the Bozburun peninsula presents an easy-breezy setting for charterers looking to just escape the hustle and bustle of busy resorts and unwind in the water. Although the city itself does not possess grand beaches, there are many breathtaking islets nearby that you and your guests will have to yourself, such as Suluca Island.
- Day 4
Unwind and relax in Symi
Cruising into the cobalt blue waters of Symi early the next morning, you can expect to wake up to some of the most picturesque views to be found throughout the entire Dodecanese.
Superbly maintained, the Neo-Classical architecture which lines the fjords and streets of Symi allows you to travel back in time to a golden era. Symi is nestled in the deep turquoise waters of the Mediterranean and provides a variety of secluded seafronts, coves, and even uninhabited islets that you and your guests will have at your disposal.
Spend the day using the onboard toys to actively explore the area, or simply relax in the comfort of your motor yacht. After spending the day drinking in the charm of the historic island, enjoy a sunset dinner and overnight stay ahead of an early morning cruise over to Tilos.
- Day 5
Windsurf in Tilos
Known for its hospitable and inviting inhabitants, the island of Tilos is one of the less frequented destinations in Greece.
Such a quiet appeal ultimately allows you to get out and become acquainted with the locals without the intrusion of other visitors. No doubt the greatest attraction of Tilos, however, is the Megalo Chorio which is home to the ruins of an ancient monastery and castle.
In the afternoon, venture to Talka beach for a serene setting. The conditions here are ideal for windsurfing and even present endless coastlines for you and your guests to anchor. To round of your day on the island in style, be sure to grab an authentic Greek meal before preparing yourself for a cruise over to Chalki.
- Day 6
Explore ancient ruins in Chalki
One of the smallest islands in the Dodecanese, Chalki is situated between Rhodes and Tilos. The perfect destination to visit during a private yacht charter vacation, the assembly of ruins and restaurants combine to create an engaging atmosphere.
For fans of history, the old capital of Halki boasts a medieval castle whilst the Monastery of Agios Ioannis Alarga is found at the westernmost point of the island.
Once you’re down checking out the various attractions, there’s no better way to bring the day to a close than a stroll through the immaculately maintained town center. Following your venture into town, it is time for a relaxing stay at one of Chalki's most famous beaches, Kania beach. Here you and your guests can spend time listening to local music as you work on your tan or visit one of the many exclusive beach clubs that line the coast.
- Day 7
Disembark in Rhodes
Cruising from one of the smallest islands in the Dodecanese to the largest of the twelve, you’ll find yourself waking up in Rhodes at the end of your private yacht charter.
Known as the ‘sun island’ for good reason, there’s rarely a day here that doesn’t feature plenty of sunshine. Generating just the right amount of warmth throughout the day, such a climate allows you to explore the large Medieval town in comfort, stopping at any one of the numerous vendors for refreshment.
Before you disembark on your charter vacation, be sure to visit Faliraki beach where you can use your motor yacht's toys one final time. The waters here are also ideal for deep dives and are teeming with vibrant aquatic life.
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*All distances are approximate