Day Charter Yacht Sailing, Kefalonia

Day chartering a sailing yacht in Kefalonia is often the highlight of any beach holiday and the perfect taster for sailing holidays to come. Your day sailing adventure begins at 10am, returning around 6pm. We aim to pack in as much as we can during the course of a day, always trying to tailor the day to your group’s requirements. A typical day will include a stop off at a neighbouring island for lunch and at least a couple of anchorages for you to swim and explore the beautiful beaches and inlets on offer.

Our skippers are all competent RYA trained sailors with teaching experience. If learning to handle the yacht is something you always wanted to do then this can be done with expert guidance and supervision from us.

Day sailing yacht charters are limited in availability and cannot be confirmed too far in advance. If you are interested in day chartering a yacht on Kefalonia then contact us within a couple of weeks of your holiday date and we’ll let you know availability.

Yacht sailing day charters cost £295 (345 Euros) per day. This includes all taxes, harbour fees, fuel and up to 6 people including skipper.

We provide a selection of cold and hot drinks during your day and some fruit. However, you should bring a light lunch and some snacks unless you request a restaurant stop off for lunch.

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