Greece, located in the Eastern Mediterranean is amongst the most popular and one of the most beautiful destinations to visit during the Mediterranean summer. Undoubtedly, the best way to discover its treasures is by embarking on a Greece yacht charter. The 54m (178’) luxury yacht STARFIRE is an excellent choice and a fantastic vessel when it comes to Greece yacht holidays with friends and family. She is currently available for yacht rental, offering accommodation to 12 charter guests in 6 luxury cabins.
Greece luxury charter yacht STARFIRE offers exquisite interior and exterior spaces, furnished with lovely custom furniture and matched with a collection of luxurious fabrics. Starfire is equipped with the latest and most advanced communication systems, including a new Ku Band satellite, enabling full worldwide communication both docked and at sea. The system also provides high-speed wireless interned access anywhere and at anytime.
Comfortable accommodation is provided in one master suite with a king-sized bed and an en suite bathroom, with a spa pool bath tub, shower and head. There are two additional guest cabins with twin beds and Pullman bunk, both with en suite bathrooms with shower and head. The two double cabins offer queen-sized beds and en suite shower and head. The sixth cabin boasts a large king-sized bed, an en suite bathroom with a bath tub, shower and a head.
STARFIRE yacht is fully air-conditioned through out and is managed by a vibrant and friendly crew of 12, with a separate companionway and accommodation.
Top Ten Anchorages for the perfect Greece yacht vacation
Greece and its islands provide some of the Mediterranean’s best anchorages, enchanting all those who tour the area. With beautiful beaches, striking cliffs and azure waters, the area is a wonderful place to visit.
Greece also benefits from some of the world’s most fascinating ancient architecture and ruins, along with a healthy and delicious cuisine and a range of tempting liquors. When chartering Motor Yacht Starfire, a 178′ superyacht with decadent amenities, Captain Sputh will always secure a great anchorage to make your stay is as enjoyable as it can be.
Start at Corfu, where the crystal clear waters of the Ionian Sea lap gently against the island’s edge. Be sure to sail around as far as the Vlacheraina monastery, sticking out in the sea from the main island and with plenty of room for yachts to dock.
Visit Kefalonia next and the delightful town of Argostolion. Take a tour of St George’s Castle, pop in to the fascinating Archaeological Museum of Argostoli and go turtle spotting at the Koutavos Lagoon, which is a feeding ground for loggerhead sea turtles.
Move on to Delos next – one of Greece’s most important historical sites. Visit the extensive excavations and lose yourself in the imaginings of life in Ancient Greece. The House of Dionysos and the Terrace of the Lions are absolutely essential viewing.
At Mykonos, drop anchor and delight in a day spent splashing in the clear waters and soaking up the sun on the pale golden sand, in the view of gently sloping hillsides dotted with bright white houses. Enjoy the feeling of true relaxation, Greek-style.
The less touristy island of Paros makes a great contrast to Mykonos. Enjoy more isolated and beachscapes and feast in tiny local cafes and restaurants to experience Greek island life at its best.
At Naxos, take in the sites of Apollo’s Temple and the Temple of Demeter in the morning, before spending the afternoon deciding which of the delightful beaches that surround the town of Chora is worth of an afternoon’s sun-worshipping.
Head to the port of Ios next for a day of gentle wandering around the delightful town, before spending the evening (and much of the night) enjoying the island’s well-deserved reputation for providing some of the most entertaining nightlife in Greece.
The beautiful island of Santorini provides some of the most picturesque views of all the Greek islands. The rugged, volcanic landscape is fascinating to approach, while the main town of Fira, with its narrow streets and countless historical treats, is a delightful place to explore on foot.
For pure beach enjoyment, visit Astipalea next. Sail around the island to admire the sand spit that connects two of its sections of land, then drop anchor and enjoy some of the Mediterranean’s finest offerings in terms of sea and sand.
End your Greek island tour at Patmos, where the Castle of Patmos and the Cave of the Apocalypse offer fascinating historical insights. In the afternoon, find one of the island’s secluded bays for a final spot of swimming and sunbathing.