Rhodes Yacht Charter Base

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Monday to Friday0900 to 1800
Saturday0930 to 1700
0208 324 3118

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Monday to Friday0900 to 1800
Saturday0930 to 1700
0208 324 3118

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The Island of Rhodes is of great historical importance, being the site of the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the seven wonders of the world. It is the largest of the Dodecanese Islands and offers a perfect starting point for cruising around the Dodecanese Islands or the nearby coast of Turkey.

The town of Rhodes itself is dominated by the Palace of the Grand Master, built after the end of the Byzantine Era around 1310. Our base in Mandraki harbour is a leisurely stroll away from the Palace and the old town of Rhodes.

Charter Base Co-Ordinates:

39°37′ N  19°55′ E

Rhodes Charter Base Address:

Neorion Square, Mandraki, Rhodes (for Mandraki Harbour

Afstralias 124, Rodos 851 00, Greece (Rhodes Marina)

Rhodes Yacht Charter Base Facilities:

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

1 Week Route

Day 1

UK to Rhodes and transfer to Mandraki marina for embarkation.

Day 2

Island of Symi – 23nm – The stunning harbour of Symi is a great place to sail into. 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 3

Palos – Island of Nissyros – 32nm –  This is the old location of the thermal springs and the ancient temple of Poseidon the Pelasgus, one of the main deities of the ancient Nisyrians.

Day 4

Island of Kos – 21nm – Kos is the home of the father of modern medicine, Hippocrates. The ancient ruins of the Asklepieion medical complex are a must. In Kos town you can hire a bike as the best way to explore.

Day 5

Island of Tilos – 15nm – 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 6

Island of Chalki – 14nm – 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 7

Return to Mandraki marina – 37nm – End your week with a trip to Rhodes Old Town.

Day 8

Disembark and transfer to Rhodes airport

2 Week Route

Day 1

UK to Rhodes and transfer to Mandraki marina for embarkation.

Day 2

Island of Symi – 23nm – The stunning harbour of Symi is a great place to sail into. 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 3

Palos (today known as Pali) – Island of Nisyros (32nm),  is the old location of the thermal springs and the ancient temple of Poseidon the Pelasgus, one of the main deities of the ancient Nisyrians.

Day 4

Island of Kos (21nm),  Kos is the home of the father of modern medicine Hippocrates and the ancient ruins of the Asklepieion medical complex are a must. In Kos town you can hire a bike as the best way to explore

Day 5

Island of Leros (27nm) 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 6

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 7

Island of Lipsos (10nm), a peaceful and unspoilt Greek island. Don’t leave without a jar of the local delicacy – thyme honey produced by traditional method.

Day 8

Island of Levitha (23nm), as remote as they come. Levitha is rugged and beautiful. Its only inhabitants are a herd of goats and a Greek family who run a taverna for passing seafarers.

Day 9

Island of Kalimnos (27nm), visit the bustling marina of Pothia. Venture further into the town in search of its archeological museum and remarkable architecture.

Day 10

Island of Astipalaia (39nm), the natural boundary between the islands of the Cyclades and the Dodecanese. Fantastic for trekking and climbing.

Day 11

Island of Tilos (53nm) 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 12

Island of Halki (14nm), 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 defeated.

Day 13

Lindos – Island of Rhodes (49nm), an attractive overlooked by the ruins of a famous hilltop acropolis which can be reached by foot or donkey. A wide choice of bars and tavernas to spend the evening in.

Day 14

Return to Mandraki marina- 23nm

Day 15

Return to Mandraki marina (23nm)  end your holiday with a trip to Rhodes Old Town.

The port, like the town of Rhodes, occupies the northernmost tip of the island right below the medieval castle and opposite the Market Square of Rhodes, a 30 minute drive from the airport and 20 minutes walk from the commercial (ferry) port of Rhodos.

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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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