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Kos is ideal for chartering a yacht if you want to explore the Dodecanese. Motor yachts, gulets, sailing yachts and catamarans are available for yacht charter or bareboat rental in Kos.

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Explore the Dodecanese Islands From Kos!

There are charter flights from most European countries to Kos, or you can take a 50-minute connection flight from Athens Airport to get there.

As the birthplace of Hippocrates, the father of medicine, Kos is an important crossroads of civilizations from neolithic times to the end of 20th-century colonialism. Even though Italian neo-colonial buildings still dominate central spots of the city with their unique and beautiful architectural style, Kos boasts striking remnants of ancient monuments from diverse civilizations.

Kos is the ideal place to rent a yacht if you want to explore the Dodecanese Islands, including popular destinations like Rhodes and Patmos and more laid-back destinations such as Leros, Symi, and Tilos.

You can get to Kos by charter flights from most European countries or by a short 50-minute connecting flight from Athens Airport.

We have a Motor Yacht and Gulet Fleet in Kos.

Yacht Charter Kos Island

Motor yachts, gulets, sailing yachts and catamarans are available for yacht charter or bareboat rental in Kos. Special yacht charter offers are also available, including private day trips/tours and rentals for company outings, weddings, and honeymoon journeys.

No matter what time of year, getting to Kos Marina is a great experience.

The Marina and its immediate environment, situated on the northeast aspect of Kos, provides a range of sightseeing, shopping, and dining choices. From Kos Airport, it is a mere 22 kilometres away, a 30-minute taxi ride.

Upon your arrival, we can arrange for you to be picked up at the airport by VIP cars with one of our reputable partners, so please let us know the details, and we will advise you appropriately. Public transport is also available.

There are four different cruise excursions to choose from when visiting Kos.

The island of Kos is located in the centre of the Dodecanese group, where sailors can enjoy sailing, historical adventures, nightlife, serenity, and the tranquillity of numerous isolated coves, or all of the above. All of the exotic, distinctive Dodecanese islands are worth visiting and sailing around. Because seeing all of the wonders of the Dodecanese is time-consuming, our first and foremost recommendation is to reserve enough time.

The Dodecanese Northern Islands

The islands of Kalymnos, Leros, and Patmos, all of which are north of Kos, are the destinations of many sailing itineraries. You may take as much time as you want to explore them, or we can provide suggestions if you are stuck for ideas.

Dodecanese Islands in Southern Greece

The Dodecanese islands are filled with history and life, and Kos is just one of them! A sailing route from Kos to Rhodes will usually include the island of Symi, which is renowned for its colourful architecture and picturesque harbour, and Nysiros, where an active volcano is still active! Those with an open itinerary may also charter a boat in Rhodes and return to Rhodes on a one-way charter.

The Meltemi annual wind that blows from the North West in the summer is the prevailing wind in the region. During autumn and spring, the wind usually blows from the South East at force 2-4. The Dodecanese Islands offer numerous bays and safe anchorages if the wind is severe.

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