Kos Yacht Charter Base

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Kos is the third largest of the Dodecanese Islands and was the birth place of Hippocrates, considered the father of medicine. Kos is rich in archealogical history and is today a popular destination from which to explore the nearby Turkish coast and the Dodecanese islands.

Our base in the marina is in Kos Town itself, which, although relatively modern, is a picturesque town dominated by the Castle of the Knights near the port.

Charter Base Co-Ordinates:

36°53′ N  27°18′ E

Kos Marina Address:

G Papandreou St, 85300 Kos

Kos Marina Yacht Charter Base Facilities:

  • Cafe / bars with free wifi
  • Parking
  • Super-market
  • Power supply
  • Water supply
  • Restaurant
  • WC
  • Gasoline station
  • Shower
  • Weather forecast
  • Laundry service
  • Dry Dock
  • Marine Services

1 Week Route

Day 1

UK to Kos and transfer to Kos marina for embarkation.

Day 2
Island of Nissyros (23nm) – a small, volcanic island just south of Kos. Head to White Beach if you’re looking for sand or to Chochlaki beach for some excellent windsurfing and snorkelling. Try the local chickpea dish ‘Pithia’.
Day 3

Tilos Harbour – Island of Tilos (20nm) – the epitome of a traditional Greek Island with pleasant beaches and a friendly ‘far from the madding crowd’ feel. Tilos also hosts an internationally protected bird sanctuary.

Day 4

Island of Chalki (17nm) – a traditional harbour town protected by UNESCO. Enjoy a day basking on one of the local beaches or hike to the abandoned village of Chorio, said to be deserted for coastal settlements once piracy around the island had been tamed.

Day 5

Mandraki Harbour – Island of Rhodes (34nm) – Referred to as the place where the Colossus of Rhodes was standing. You will be greeted by deer statues as you enter this beautiful harbour. Head to Old Town to see the imposing St Nicholas Fortress and visit the Evangelismos Church (also called The Church of the Annunciation), located next to Mandraki Harbor. It was built in 1925 by the Italians.

Day 6

Island of Symi (23nm) – You will be delighted by its colourful, neoclassical houses as you sail into the spectacular Symi harbour. The amphitheatre town retains its traditional character and charm having been much renovated over recent years. Be sure to climb the steps to the church for a superb panoramic view.

Day 7

Return to Kos marina (40 nm) – A healthy passage back to the base. Windsurfers will want to extend their stay in Kos to experience some of the best winds the Med has to offer. Chat to us about a stay in Kefalos Beach Club.

Day 8

Disembark and transfer to Kos airport.

2 Week Route

Day 1

UK to Kos and transfer to Kos marina for embarkation.

Day 2

Island of Kalymnos (16 nm) – Kalymnos’ dramatic and mountainous landscape draws in climbers from around the world. The island is proud of its local artists and elaborate architecture – and rightly so. You may be lucky enough to visit during one of the many festivals throughout the summer.

Day 3

Island of Leros (16nm) – Moor in the marina in Lakki, on the south west side of the island. Evidence of Italian occupation is obvious in the town, with a good range of facilities ashore.

Day 4

Island of Patmos (20nm) – Head to Patmos, for a visit to the monastery of St John or alternatively, the smaller island of Arki and the quiet village of Port Augusta, a sleepy little spot with just two tavernas ashore.

Day 5

Island of Fourni (20nm) – A tranquil escape from mass tourism. The island of fourni is a hiker’s paradise. For those who prefer to relax, it offers some incredible beaches too.

Day 6

Island of Lipsi (25nm) – A peaceful and unspoilt Greek island. Don’t leave without a jar of the local delicacy – thyme honey produced using traditional methods.

Day 7

Island of Levitha (24nm) – As remote as they come. Levitha is as rugged as it is beautiful. Its only inhabitants are a herd of goats and a Greek family who run a taverna for passing seafarers.

Day 8

Island of Astipalaia (32nm) – The natural boundary between the islands of the Cyclades and the Dodecanese. Fantastic for trekking and climbing.

Day 9

Island of Nissyros (39nm) – A small, volcanic island just south of Kos. Head to White Beach if you’re looking for sand or to Chochlaki beach for some excellent windsurfing and snorkeling. Try the local chickpea dish ‘Pithia’.

Day 10

Tilos Harbour – Island of Tilos (17nm) – The epitome of a traditional Greek Island with nice beaches and a friendly ‘far from the madding crowd’ feel. Tilos also hosts an internationally protected bird sanctuary.

Day 11

Island of Chalki (16nm) – A traditional harbour town protected by UNESCO. Enjoy a day basking on one of the local beaches or hike to the abandoned village of Chorio, said to be deserted for coastal settlements once piracy around the island had been tamed.

Day 12

Mandraki Harbour – Island of Rhodes (33nm) – The main harbour of Rhodes. It is referred to as the place where the Colossus of Rhodes was standing. Visit the Evangelismos Church (also called The Church of the Annunciation), located next to Mandraki Harbor. It was built in 1925 by the Italians.

Day 13

Island of Symi (22nm) – You will be delighted by its colourful, neoclassical houses as you sail into the spectacular Symi harbour. The amphitheatre town retains its traditional character and charm having been much renovated over recent years. Be sure to climb the steps to the church for a superb panoramic view.

Day 14

Return to Kos marina (37nm) – A healthy passage back to the base. Windsurfers will want to extend their stay in Kos to experience some of the best winds the Med has to offer. Chat to us about a stay in Kefalos Beach Club.

Day 15

Disembark and transfer to Kos airport.

Kos Marina is situated in the Gulf of Kos, facing the Turkish coast. It is 25 km from Kos International Airport. The transfer from the airport to the marina takes about half an hour. The marina is situated approximately 1 km from the port, where ferry connections can be made to Athens (Piraeus).

Greece Yacht Charter Prices 2018

Rates in Sterling, per week (7 nights)
Bases: Athens, Lavrion, Skiathos, Corfu, Lefkas, Rhodes, Kos
Yacht TypeCab.Pass.Before 28/04 After 27/1028/04-19/05 07/10-27/1019/05-23/0623/06-28/0728/07-25/0825/08-22/0922/09-06/10Security Deposit (euros)
Catamarans Super Premier
Bali 4.3 with A/C4 + 28/10£3,927£4,164£6,000£7,545£9,455£7,000£5,1505,000
Lagoon 42 with A/C4 + 28/10£3,927£4,164£6,000£7,545£9,455£7,000£5,1505,000
Lagoon 400 s24 + 28/10£2,273£3,000£4,455£6,000£7,182£5,455£3,7274,000
Catamarans Premier
Lagoon 450 with A/C4 + 28/10£3,927£4,164£6,182£7,727£9,727£7,182£5,1505,000
Bali 4.5 with A/C4 + 28/10£3,927£4,164£6,182£7,727£9,727£7,182£5,1505,000
Bali 4.04 + 28/10£2,273£3,000£4,818£6,000£7,182£5,455£3,7274,000
Catamarans Comfort
Lagoon 4214 + 19/10£2,273£3,000£4,818£6,000£7,182£5,455£3,7274,000
Catamarans Economy
Leopard 46 with A/C4 + 28/10£3,564£3,786£5,364£6,545£8,455£6,182£4,1824,000
Lagoon 450 with A/C4 + 28/10£3,564£3,786£5,364£6,545£8,455£6,182£4,3644,000
Lagoon 450 Owner Version with A/C3 + 26/8£3,364£3,636£5,182£6,273£8,273£6,000£4,0914,000
Orana 444 + 28/10£2,273£3,000£4,818£5,891£7,305£5,600£3,7643,500
Lagoon 4004 + 28/10£2,045£2,700£4,336£5,318£6,545£5,041£3,3863,500
Lagoon 400 Owner Version3 + 26/8£1,909£2,623£4,118£4,786£5,891£4,545£3,1593,500
Lipari 414 + 28/10£2,045£2,700£4,336£5,318£6,545£5,041£3,3863,500
Monohulls Super Premier
Dufour 520510£2,209£3,318£5,182£6,045£6,727£5,318£4,3643,500
Oceanis 51.15 + 110£2,318£3,482£5,273£6,182£6,818£5,455£4,4553,500
Oceanis 48510£2,209£3,155£4,964£5,636£6,300£5,036£4,0553,500
Sun Odyssey 47948/10£1,636£2,723£3,713£4,441£5,264£4,209£3,1503,500
Dufour 46048/10£1,636£2,723£3,713£4,441£5,264£4,209£3,1503,500
Sun Odyssey 44948/10£1,545£2,364£3,273£3,818£4,636£3,791£2,8362,500
Oceanis 41.136/8£1,400£1,964£2,982£3,373£3,936£3,277£2,4362,000
Monohulls Premier
Oceanis 48510£2,182£3,127£4,727£5,364£6,000£4,800£3,8643,500
Bavaria Cruiser 4648/10£1,636£2,491£3,545£3,909£4,636£3,791£2,9003,000
Oceanis 4548/10£1,636£2,491£3,545£3,909£4,636£3,791£2,9003,000
Oceanis 41.136/8£1,332£1,868£2,836£3,205£3,723£3,114£2,3232,000
Bavaria Cruiser 3736/8£1,182£1,682£2,527£2,818£3,273£2,718£1,8822,000
Monohulls Comfort
Bavaria Cruiser 565 + 110/12£2,691£4,355£5,727£6,455£7,909£6,464£4,8734,000
Oceanis 555 + 110£2,691£4,355£5,727£6,455£7,909£6,464£4,8734,000
Bavaria Cruiser 51510£2,209£3,155£4,727£5,364£6,000£4,800£3,8643,500
Sun Odyssey 5095 + 110£2,209£3,155£4,727£5,364£6,000£4,800£3,8643,500
Oceanis 48510£2,164£3,100£4,591£5,091£5,700£4,518£3,6643,500
Sun Odyssey 46948/10£1,636£2,400£3,409£3,909£4,636£3,791£2,9003,000
Bavaria Cruiser 4648/10£1,636£2,400£3,409£3,909£4,636£3,791£2,9003,000
Dufour 450 Grand Large48/10£1,636£2,400£3,409£3,909£4,636£3,791£2,9003,000
Sun Odyssey 43948/10£1,455£2,182£2,818£3,600£4,191£3,309£2,5552,500
Oceanis 4136/8£1,264£1,777£2,582£3,045£3,500£2,877£2,0912,000
Dufour 410 Grand Large36/8£1,264£1,777£2,582£3,045£3,500£2,877£2,0912,000
Bavaria Cruiser 4136/8£1,264£1,777£2,582£3,045£3,500£2,877£2,0912,000
Dufour 382 Grand Large36/8£1,182£1,682£2,527£2,818£3,273£2,718£1,8822,000
Bavaria Cruiser 3736/8£1,136£1,600£2,400£2,677£3,273£2,582£1,7862,000
Oceanis 3436/8£818£1,045£1,591£1,914£2,309£1,864£1,2772,000
Monohulls Economy
Harmony 52510/12£1,936£2,609£3,782£4,273£4,836£4,018£3,0913,500
Bavaria 50 Cruiser510/12£1,936£2,609£3,782£4,273£4,836£4,018£3,0913,500
Harmony 4748/10£1,145£1,545£2,145£2,455£3,182£2,409£1,8182,500
Bavaria 47 Cruiser48/10£1,273£1,727£2,364£2,864£3,273£2,791£2,0732,500
Sun Odyssey 43948/10£1,409£2,127£2,909£3,491£4,082£3,164£2,3912,500
Cyclades 4348/10£1,145£1,545£2,145£2,455£3,182£2,409£1,8182,500
Oceanis 4136/8£1,227£1,732£2,586£2,923£3,414£2,605£2,0412,000
Bavaria 37 Cruiser36/8£1,118£1,559£2,327£2,595£3,191£2,427£1,7322,000
Oceanis 3124/6£773£1,000£1,500£1,827£2,109£1,773£1,2142,000

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Flights & transfers prices from:  Low season £149;  Mid season £269;  High season £459

Yacht Classification

Super Premier Yachts – less than 12 months old from their first charter date

Premier Yachts – less than 3 years old from their first charter date

Comfort Yachts – between 3 and 6 years old from their first charter date

Economy Yachts – more than 6 years old since their first charter date

 

Yacht Security Information

A returnable yacht security deposit must be lodged locally on arrival. The amount varies according to yacht size & age and is  payable by credit card (€2000 – €4000). Alternatively you can reduce your liability to just €500 – €600, by paying the insurance premium shown.

Monohulls up to 36ft –   £126 per week or  £252 per two weeks + reduced refundable deposit €500

Monohulls 37ft – 49ft –  £189 per week or £378 per two weeks + reduced refundable deposit €500

Monohulls over 50ft & catamarans up to 41ft –  £252 per week or £504 per two weeks + reduced refundable deposit €600

Catamarans 42ft and over –  £315 per week or £630 per two weeks + reduced refundable deposit €600

Compulsory extras

Service pack (includes end cleaning, linen and towels, dinghy with outboard engine and starter pack)

Monohulls (per charter) up to 38ft – £155 , 39ft – 45ft – £180, 46ft – 49ft- £210, 50ft and over £228

Catamarans (per charter) up to 40ft – £228, 41ft – 45ft – £245, 46ft – 49ft – £260

 

Optional extras

SUP (Stand up paddleboard) – £145 per week, £215 per two weeks

Wi-fi (2GB) – £45 per week

Child safety netting – from £190 per charter

Skipper – £135 per day

Hostess – £125 per day

 

Discounts

5% discount on 2 week charters

10% discount on 3 week charters

Seafarer will price match on any like-for like sailing product this summer. If you have been quoted a cheaper price than you see here for your selected date, show us the quote and (subject to verification) we will aim to match it for you.

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