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Greek Yachting is Back in Business

As of yesterday, May 28, luxury crewed charter yachts are once again free to travel across the entirety of Greek waters, allowing guests to enjoy their vacation time in one of the safest ways possible. Marinas across the country are already fully operational, and the islands have been receiving private yachts since the May 25.    

Greece is now ready to welcome guests for yet another memorable summer, with restaurants and bars already welcoming customers, organised beaches are operating, open-air archaeological sites have reopened, hotels will be opening their doors from June 1st, stores and malls are open, airlines and ferries have resumed operations and are gradually increasing routes, and car travel throughout the mainland has been reinstated.

Greece has seen an extremely successful management of the COVID-19 pandemic, from which the country has emerged with one of the lowest infection rates in Europe. Thousands of islands, each with their unique character, secluded bays that offer you space and privacy, and vast stretches of coastline studded with historical sites, are waiting to be explored.

All precautionary measures are being taken and there are protocols in place concerning the operation of luxury crewed yachts. Nothing has been left to chance in the effort to ensure that visitors can safely spend their summer on board, in one of the safest countries in the Mediterranean.

Chartering a luxury crewed yacht in Greece is now, more than ever, the risk-free summer getaway that will allow you to relax, rejuvenate your mind and body, and realise your dreams.

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