Rent A Motorboat
Sometimes you feel like you just need to drift a little further away, be your own captain & explore these magnificent waters and beaches in your own little time. The peninsula is a heaven for exploration, welcoming drifters to its astonishing coasts. Take charge and witness a genuine ‘’Greek Summer’’ experience by signing up for our rent-a-boat service.
‘’You cannot explore new oceans if you do not have the courage to lose sight of the shore’’…
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeCruise, Discovery, Leisure
Activity Level easy
Group Size Medium Group
We offer a wide range of motorboats ready for you to hire and go explore. You don’t need a driver’s license (Applies for engines that are up to 30hp). Safety is our main concern that is why we make sure that you are fully briefed and confident for your trip. We can always provide a skipper for you.
- First Aid included
- Local Greek contact on the Ground
- Map of the area
- Written guidelines and tips on how to drive the motorboat
- Transfers to starting point are not included. (Can be arranged upon request)
Halkidiki is a majestic three-pronged peninsula in Northern Greece where you can find endless hidden treasures. Its coast of 500 kilometers in length and the numerous islands and isles in the area wait for you to discover them. From Vourvourou, we highly recommend visiting Diaporos island, while from Ouranoupoli you should visit Ammouliani and Drenia islands.
Ouranoupoli you should visit Ammouliani and Drenia island.
Diaporos island is a small island with great beauty which is located just across Vourvourou. On the island extends a huge natural gulf of 700 meters length. Because of the shallow waters, the sea around the gulf remains always warm making the island a perfect destination for the winter swimmers. The Byzantine ruins at “Krifto” gulf reveal the long history of the island. Last but not least, the nature and the green pines that cover the whole island together with the crystal blue waters create a peaceful summer scenery.
Ammouliani is a small, yet astonishing island right across from the Mountain of Athos. Tradition is evident all throughout the island, with original folklore houses, trademark gastronomy and typical small gardens filled with astonishing natural goods. The very first settlers arrived back in the 1920’s, with roots from Minor Asia, bringing their cultural heritage with them. Isolated and magnificent beaches, vibrant food & entertainment options, and a mix of impressive vegetation & giant rocks make up for the ideal escape to the sole inhabited island of Halkidiki.
The Donkey Islands, also known as the Drenia Islands, are constituted of 6 beautiful small islands filled with incredible sandy beaches on a picturesque ‘’Greek summer’’ setting. Only one of them is inhabited. The Donkey Islands are an oasis of 6 spots of land placed upon the vast big blue of the world-renowned Greek seas. Their folklore name is attributed to the legend that locals used to bring their very old donkeys to the islands in order for the animals to die in a magnificent setting.
|Boat size||People||Half Day||Full Day||Guide|
|4.5 m 25hp||5||100 €||150 €||100 € (optional)|
|5 m 30hp||6||60 €||120 €||180 €||100 € (optional)|
|6 m 115hp||7||100 €||200 €||300 €||100 € (optional)|
*Fuel is extra
We offer our trips as guided or self guided. Factors that change the final pricing are:
- Car Transfers
- Equipment Provided
- Tailor Made Adventure
- Group Number
Our goal is to make wise travel suggestions to you so as to combine your needs in a smooth and cost efficient way.
All our trips are offered as self guided. This means that you can go whenever you want, either alone or with the company of your choice, you can keep your own pace and choose a less or more demanding version of a trip.
In each case, our trips are designed by us with the help of locals always trying to make sure that everything goes well. We keep contact with you and always have a contact person nearby in case of an emergency. We provide local weather reports, local emergency phone number and of course maps and detailed descriptions to help you on your way.