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Would you relax in a breathtakingly beautiful environment? Would you taste delicious meals and set up exciting programs for the kids? Have you always wanted to try diving, but didn’t have the opportunity to do so? Don’t wait any longer! Visit the picturesque island of Rhodes, where you’ll find everything that makes your vacation unforgettable.

Location of Rhodes

Rhodes is a Greek island in the Aegean Sea. It lies 18 km from the Cape of Kara near the southwestern coast of Anatolia. It’s the largest member of the Dodecanese islands. It has an area of 1401 km2 and 117 007 residents. Rhodes is the fourth biggest island in Greece after Crete, Evia, and Lesbos.

Can you rent a motor yacht in Rhodes – do I need a license?

Small boats (under a certain horsepower or length), electric boats, crewed yacht charters, gulet charters may not require a license. Larger boats or those with more powerful engines need a skipper’s license. Before you confirm your sailing trip to Volos, please send us a copy and we will check it for you. You need to have the original copies on board, so don’t forget to take them.
To sail from Volos, one of the following qualifications is necessary: • ICC (International Certificate of Competence), with valid Navigational and VHF licenses, Prerequisites: RYA “Day Skipper Course” or complete the ICC Assessment form to prove competence from previous experience.• IPC (International Proficiency Certificate), America, Prerequisites: ASA 104 or US Sailing “Bareboat Cruising Course” OR:
• NauticEd SLC (International Sailing License and Credentials), International, • UK – RYA Day Skipper practical, • USA – US Sailing “Bareboat Cruising Course”, ASA “104 Bareboat Cruising Course” or above, • Germany – “Sportbootführerschein See“ or above, • Belgium – Algemeen Stuurbrevet/ Brevet de conduite général, • France – LE PERMIS PLAISANCE
If you do not have a skipper license, it is also possible to rent a boat with a skipper

Motor yacht charter in Rhodes – the most popular ports

The main anchoring point of Rhodes, besides the hoverport, is the Rhodes Marina, which is a very well-equipped port. In addition to the basic services, there are some extras. There are two supermarkets and a marketplace in the 20 m deep port, and even a changer, a restaurant, and an ATM. It’s an ideal starting point of an adventurous day from where you can discover the nearby islands and gulfs. Rent a yacht and become sea explorer! Information about sailing in Rhodes

Rhodes Marina

This world-famous marina offers everything that you might need as a sailor. They accommodate 382 boats with a maximum length of 120 metres and a draught of up to 6.5 metres. The marina is particularly well-accessible. Since it is located close to the airport, you can get here quickly on a bus or by taxi. As for services, the marina stands out among all the Greek marinas on the Aegean Sea: they provide boat maintenance, fuel, laundry, water supply as well as many other useful services. There is even free Wi-Fi, which is not at all common in Greek marinas.

Faliraki Harbour

This is a small harbour on the southern side of Faliraki, mostly used by fishermen returning home in the evenings. As it was designed particularly for fishing boats, they only accommodate smaller tourist vessels. sailing in Faliraki

Kolymbia Harbour

This is a tiny and stranded harbour in Kolymbia. It is designed for smaller pleasure boats due to the shallow water. Kolymbia sailing, rent a boat Kolymbia

Lindos Harbour

The marina of Lindos is located near the southern shores. Similarly to the other resort towns, it accommodates only smaller pleasure boats due to the shallow waters. The southern beach can be found right next to the marina; you can choose from some snack bars and beach bars there. If you need groceries, you will have to walk for a few minutes to the centre. sailing in Lindos

Kos Marina, Kos

The giant marina of the capital of Kos accommodates 250 vessels. Boats with a length of up to 80 metres and a draught of 5 metres can be docked here. The marina, which has its own security guard service, provides you with the opportunity to take care of boat service, fuel your boat replenish your water supplies. There are restaurants, bars and hotels in the near vicinity. The marina even has a Blue Flag certificate, which proves its excellence. a memorable program. Not to mention sea sports, which will boost your adrenaline levels for sure. sailing in Kos, yacht charter Kos

Panormittis Marina

This is a smaller marina in one of the southwestern bays of Symi, near Panormittis. Thanks to its location, it is protected well from the Meltemi. They accommodate boats up to 60 metres in length. However, they offer no significant services here. There are restaurants, bars and a mall next to the marina.

Agios Stefanos Marina, Tilos

The main marina of Tilos accommodates boats with a length of up to 60 metres and a draught of 6 metres. We can replenish our water supplies, take care of smaller maintenance tasks and go shopping here.

Palon Marina, Nisyros

This is the larger, eastern marina of Nisyros. They accommodate boats that are up to 60 metres in length and have a draught of up to 4 metres. You can choose from all the main services here, including shopping and access to water. There are several interesting sights to explore near the port, including the Zagoras Museum, which is only a few blocks away.

Limin Kalímnou, Kalymnos

This marina is located in a wonderful environment and is equipped very well. You will find all amenities required for boating: fuel, maintenance and inspection, as well as water supply. If you get hungry, there are several taverns, restaurants and bars to choose from near the port. They accommodate boats with a length of up to 20 metres and a draught of 5 metres. If you have a longer boat, you should go to the marina of Vathi a bit further to the north.

Beaches on Rhodes

Rhodes includes numerous spectacular beaches and sandy gulfs. The island has a huge collection of beaches that offer different comfort, water, and sports services. Every beach in Rhodes has crystal clear water and picturesque scenery.

Lindos Limanaki Agios Pavlos beach:

The Agios Pavlos (Saint Paul) is a small gulf that lies 48 km to the south of the city of Rhodes. It’s near to the ancient Acropolis of Lindos. According to a local myth, the gulf got its name after the nice white chapel on the seaside. Gold sand and pebbles cover the beach, where you can rent deck chairs too. This seaside surrounded by rocks offers an excellent site to swim or dive in the clear, turquoise water.

Ladiko beach:

Ladiko is a small beach and a part of a beautiful gulf 20 km to the south of the city of Rhodes. The coast is covered with fine, clean sand and tiny pebbles. Ladiko beach is especially crowded in summer. This gulf looks fascinating from the board of the small boats floating near the shore. The greenery around the beach is also really nice.

Kallithea beach:

The Kallithea beach, 8 km southward from Rhodes City, was famous for its hot thermal waters and baths. The Italians built the one-time baths which are now out of service, unfortunately. This wonderful place has palm trees, pines, and beautiful renewed buildings with amazing mosaic decoration. The emerald sea matches perfectly with this idyllic landscape. Kallithea is easily accessible from the capital of Rhodes.

Main sights

Rhodes is a very popular European holiday resort. No wonder why, since it provides numerous activities to vacationers. Besides the charming beaches, you can find bars, restaurants and cultural sights here. The old town of Rhodes is a World Heritage Site. History offers hidden treasures to adventurers. The old town has about 200 streets. If you accidentally got lost, it’s not a problem, but rather an opportunity to explore the city. You can walk along the medieval walls, which may seem hot without shadows.. But don’t worry! Usually, there’s a light breeze on the top, and of course a gorgeous view of the city and the sea.

Beaches in Rhodes are beautiful, but visiting Water Park can be an adventurous experience too. It’s a good idea for kids, families, and bigger groups. The Water Park has open and closed slides. And if you get tired by the end of the day, there are many deckchairs as well.
Dodecanese yacht routes, motor boat charter Greece

The Greek coast has a Mediterranean climate. The air of the country is very clean and dry from spring to early autumn. There’s a lot of sunshine, while the amount of rain usually decreases from the west to the east. In summer, we rarely see any clouds in the sky. Rain is practically an unknown guest in the summer months. The sea can heat up to 23-25 °C from June to August. Even in October, it’s still 23 °C. The area of Greece is constantly windy, these winds, however, are always changing. The wind that dominates the summer months is called Meltemi. From June, it blows from the northwest and the northeast. It reaches its full strength, 5 to 8 on the Beaufort scale, in July and August.

The sea-wind comes in late September or early October, which blows from the southeast and the southwest. It’s a specifically southern wind, that dominates mostly in spring and fall with a strength of 2 to 4. Due to Greece’s typical winds, it’s most rewarding to plan a sailing route from the south to the north in spring and autumn, and from the north to the south in summer. The waving is preferable compared to the Croatian archipelago since there’s a greater distance between the Greek islands. The current flows counterclockwise in the Eastern Mediterranean Basin, and northward along the Turkish coast. The water flows southward on the Eastern Greek coasts, but from the west side of the Peloponnese Peninsula, the northern current dominates.

Weather in Rhodes

The climate diagrams are based on 30 years of hourly weather model simulations. They give good indications of typical climate patterns and expected conditions (temperature, precipitation, sunshine, and wind). The “mean daily maximum” (solid red line) shows the maximum temperature of an average day for every month for Rhodes. Likewise, the “mean daily minimum” (solid blue line) shows the average minimum temperature.

Wind rose in Rhodes
Wind speed in Rhodes

The wind rose for Rhodes shows how many hours per year the wind blows from the indicated direction. The diagram for Rhodes shows the days per month, during which the wind reaches a certain speed.

Day 1. Rhodes – Faliraki 14, 76 km (9, 17 mi), Day 2. Faliraki – Lindos 30, 29 km (18, 82 mi), Day 3. Lindos – Prasonisi 46, 69 km (29, 01 mi), Day 4. Prasonisi – Ákra Karávolas 7, 75 km (4, 81 mi), Day 5. Ákra Karávolas – Fourni Beach Day 6. Fourni Beach – Krevatia (Chalki) 32, 82 km (20, 39 mi), Day 7. Krevatia – Kamiros – Rhodes 62, 45 km (38, 80 mi).

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Day 1. Rhodes – Ano Symi 45.66 km (28.37 mi), Day 2. Ano Symi – Mandraki 72.02 km (44.75 mi), Day 3. Mandraki – Livadia (Tilos Island)36.33 km (22.57 mi) , Day 4. Livadia – Chalki (Chalki island) 34.47 km (21.42 mi) Day 5. Chalki – Lindos 83.93 km (52.15 mi), Day 6. Lindos – Antony Quinn Beach 28.24 km (17.55 mi) Day 7. Antony Quinn Beach – Faliraki – Rhodes 17.14 km (10.65 mi).

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Day 1. Kolymbia – Faliraki 11.53 km (7.16 mi), Day 2. Faliraki – Panormittis (Symi) 55.17 km (34.28 mi), Day 3. Panormittis (Symi) – Livadia (Tilos) 43.86 km (27.26 mi), Day 4. Livadia (Tilos) – Palon (Nisyros) 32.52 km (20.21 mi), Day 5. Palon (Nisyros) – Kamari (Kos) 22.32 km (13.87 mi), Day 6. Kamari (Kos) – Mastihari (Kos) 40.38 km (25.09 mi), Day 7. Mastihari (Kos) – Pserimos – Kos (Kos) 26.88 km (16.70 mi)

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Kolymbia Rhodes boat trips

Day 1: Faliraki – Rhodes town 14, 70 km (9, 13 mi), Day 2: Rhodes town – Panormittis (Symi) 41, 86 km (26, 01 mi), Day 3: Panormittis (Symi) – Livadia (Tilos) 43, 86 km (27, 26 mi), Day 4: Livadia (Tilos) – Palon (Nisyros) 32, 52 km (20, 21 mi), Day 5: Palon (Nisyros) – Kamari (Kos) 22, 32 km (13, 87 mi), Day 6: Kamari (Kos) – Kalimnos (Kalimnos) 43, 40 km (26, 97 mi), Day 7: Kalimnos (Kalimnos) – Pserimos – Kos (Kos) 30, 33 km (18, 85 mi)
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