There are many ways to travel to popular destinations, but sailing on Board of a yacht is an amazing pleasure. What better than to feel the wind in their hair, to soak up the gentle rays of the Sun with a cocktail in hand.
The company for renting of yachts AA Charter gives you a great opportunity to feel these experiences and to relax in the luxuriously designed yacht. Sail catamarans Lagoon 560 S2 Alissa, Lagoon 42 Albertina and Lagoon 39 Kallisti may become your favorite sea guide.Through the renting of any of them will be able to experience the incredible emotions, sunk in luxury and style. In addition, they will reach the wondrous and hitherto unseen places, paradises of the beauty of Greece! The Islands in the Cyclades, Ionian or the Saronic Gulf will take the breath of any adventurer. There are so many beautiful beaches, combined with rich natural vegetation and antique, but preserved settlements. The company even allows you to choose your route and plan your vacation at your request. Hurry up and book a step before the start of the summer season!
Lefkada, Vasiliki, Skorpios, Mykonos and many others waiting to swallow the island atmosphere of Greece. Among the most popular islands of Kea beach with its golden sandy strips and crystal blue-green water. The island of Kimolo’s minerals will seduce you with its incredible volcanic landscape covered by tuffs and hot springs. It is no accident that the island of Amorgos is named “The Blue Pearl of the Cyclades” providing unforgettable views. Here’s the cinema industry prospered and even that is taken from the sea. Andros brings the glory of green jewel among the Islands. It amazing mountainous topography gives life to the many fertile valleys and springs with sandy and pebbly beaches. Andros is also renowned with unusual architecture since the houses are with tiled roofs and prevail over those with white flat roofs.
No matter which destination you choose, the sail Yachts of AA Charter will ride over the Greek sea to experience the pleasure of a relaxing holiday.
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