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Boat rentals in Argostolion 281 00, Greece

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Argostolion, Greece could be the ideal yachting playground for you

What better way to discover Greece, than on a yacht charter in Argostolion? With a perfect waterside location, choose to rent a boat from Sailo to enjoy an experience to remember. Argostolion, Greece is a great place to discover with a boat rental, no matter if you’re in town for a day or looking for a longer sailing vacation. If you’re looking for one of the best things to do in Argostolion, rent a yacht or a boat on Sailo.

Our finest collection of sailboat charters in Argostolion, Greece

Argostolion is an old-time favorite boating destination in Greece, recommended by both locals and tourists who enjoy the thrill of water adventures; sailboat rentals are a great choice if you want to surprise your family or group of friends with a private charter experience. A total of 5 rentals are currently available with or without captain in Argostolion. Find the perfect sailboat for your adventure in Greece on Sailo!

How to find the best boat for fantastic yachting experiences

When you want to rent a yacht for a day in Argostolion, Greece, Sailo’s advanced filters are exactly what you need to find the best charter for your family or friends. Your search will be quick and easy when you use the proper filters to narrow your results. Start by setting the start date for your trip, duration (2, 4 hours, or full day) and the number of guests. When you use the 'Boat' filter, your options to choose from are beautiful sailboats, sleek motorboats or elegant catamarans, each offering a different kind of experience, depending on what you’re looking for. The 'Price' filter allows you to set your budget limits so you’ll be choosing from rentals suitable to it. Are you planning to captain your boat or looking for a relaxed day while a licensed captain helps you make the best of your charter? Use the 'Crew' filter to see only boats with captain included in the price or optional (extra) or bareboats you’ll be driving yourself. Argostolion, Greece is a great boating destination so when you see a boat you’d like for your family or friends, click on it to see more photos, read a detailed description and see the reviews and price details. One of the most important features available to you on the boat page is 'Message Owner'. Start a direct conversation with the owner to ask any questions you might have about your rental, discuss the itinerary, or make special arrangements.

How much does it cost to rent a Argostolion, Greece boat for a day?

The best Sailo deal for daily boat rentals in Argostolion, Greece starts at €250. The average price for a daily Argostolion charter is €1100, making it the best choice for a private sunset cruise, a sightseeing tour or an action-packed day on the water with family or friends! For those of you who are looking to splurge, check out our more expensive yachts, with prices up to €6500 (service fee and mandatory extras not included).

Can I pay in installments for my Sailo boat rental?

A lot of our boat owners allow payment in installments, particularly for the weekly charters. First installment is always charged at the time the booking is confirmed. To find out if a boat has an installment plan, reach out to the boat representative and ask details via 'Message Owner' before you submit the booking or check out the Payment Schedule at top of the booking page.

Eco-friendly practices for boaters

Sailing is a great way to experience nature. So we like to remind everyone that keeping nature as beautiful as possible involves a little effort from all of us. Some of our tips for responsible boating include:
  • Don’t litter or throw waste overboard - take rubbish home and dispose of it responsibly
  • Eco-friendly sunblock can help prevent damage to marine life
  • buy local and sustainable food products
However long you’re sailing for, a little goes a long way. Read more about responsible boating.