Boats in Paros are available for both skippered and bareboat rentals and include a wide variety of our most popular sailing yachts and catamarans.
Fully crewed yachts, catamarans, monohull sailing yachts as well motor yachts are also available.
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The island’s history is illustrious. From antiquity, Paros has always been a wealthy island thanks at large to its natural resources; particularly it’s Parian Marble, a near translucent white stone that’s the originator of many ancient works of art, such as the Venus de Milo. Paros was a player during the Persian Wars, the Byzantine Empire and even the Crusades, before making its mark during the Greek Independence war.
Place of embarkation
Paroikia – Paros island
How to get at base
By Taxi: You can find easily taxis at the main port or at the
General Infrastructure of the base
• Fuel (oil tanker)
There are a few mini markets around Paroikia.Your provisions can be also organized by the Fyly (upon request).
Your order will be on board upon your arrival.
Supermarket opening hours:
Monday Saturday: 09:00 am — 21:00 pm
COST (4 persons) Taxi – EURO 50
Cost MINIBUS (10 pax) EURO 100
You should always try to get a weather forecast before heading out from land, especially if going more than several miles from shore, as it is difficult to tell at a glance what winds will appear, due to large land masses, mountains and other geographical features. You can use your radio, Navtex or contact the Port Police who receive weather faxes several times a day for the area.
A forecast in Greek and English is given for all Greek waters at 0600, 1000, 1600, 2200 GMT. Add two hours for local time. Gale warnings are given at the beginning of the broadcast and a special security warning on Ch 16 gives all the VHF frequencies for different areas.
General shore stations are as follows:
* Corfu (Kerkira) Ch 02
* Cephalonia Ch 27
* Petalidhi (Kalamata) Ch 83
* Kithera Ch 85
* Perama (Pireaus) Ch 86
* Saronic Ch 25
* Salamis Ch 23
* Siros Ch 04
* Parnis (Khalki) Ch 25
* Pilio (Volos) Ch 60
* Sfendarni (Thessaloniki) Ch 23
* Thasos Ch 85
* Limnos Ch 82
* Lesvos Ch 01
* Khios Ch 85
* Rodhos (Rhodes) Ch 63
* Knossos (Kriti – Crete) Ch 83
* Sitia (Kriti – Crete) Ch 85
The law in Greece is that the captain must possess a valid sailing license the co-skipper, if no sailing license is available must fill out a declaration stating they have the knowledge to sail. (Please see attached declaration). VHF license is not required to charter a yacht in Greece
Local – navigation taxes
GMT + 2
In case you need hotel accommodation, we suggest a couple of hotels
Albatros Hotel*** : Logaras village, 84400
Boudari Hotel***: Chrissi Akti village, 84400
There is a variety of restaurants, tavernas, bars and café around the base.