Private Daily Cruises with Yacht from Rethymno

Crete is the largest island in Greece with plenty of adventure for the traveler that comes to explore the Island. Charter a yacht and explore the island alll of the traditions and history that come with it.

Crete is the largest island in Greece with plenty of adventure for the traveler that comes to explore the Island. Charter a yacht and explore the island alll of the traditions and history that come with it.

Invite friends and family  in the knowledge that they will enjoy the boats prestigious and comfortable feel.  Enjoy the sun on the flybridge or on deck. The teak decoration is everywhere and makes every corner a place to enjoy. How nice to experience this lifestyle and all these activities at the same time.

You can plan your program by choosing several type of daily Cruises as below

Rethymno – Georgioupoli (Kala Nera)

Kala Nera: Kala Nera or Omprogialos is one of the nicest, best hidden angles of Crete. It is located on the rocky east coast of Cape Drapano and in the north of Georgioupoli.

You may come here for a dive in the crystal-clear, turquoise waters of the bay l. The only building that exists in the area is a tavern situated along the magnificent blue of the sea.

There is no beach. The whole coast is rocky and while reaching it by swimming  you should be a bit careful if you want to get to the tavern. Alternatively, you could enjoy swimming and we may go on our journey with the vessel Gazal.

Departure: 10.00
Return: 16.00
1 Hour to go – Stay: 4 Hours
1 Hour Back________________________________________________

Rethymno – Georgioupoli (Kala Nera) – Loutraki – Marathi or Almyrida

Loutraki: Loutraki is a closed bay between hills, surrounded by rocky coasts apart from the west side where there is a protective beach with crushed sand. The sandy beach of Loutraki has crystal-clear water and is very well organized as it provides all the necessary tourist facilities. It is highly esteemed by the locals. Here you may find a peaceful tavern as well as a big bar with loud music and quite a lot of young people.

Marathi: Marathi, which is orientated to the south, is peaceful and well protected from the winds in relation to the other north coasts of Crete. It hosts two beautiful beaches with crushed sand and shallow calm waters, ideal for children.  They have a nice view of the White Mountains, and they are well organized with all the necessary amenities nearby.
Opposite Marathi, in a distance of 500m, there is a small island called Marathi or Palaia Souda (Paleosouda), which you can visit. On the island there is a small pine forest, while its western coast is steep and popular with lovers of scuba diving.
The western part of the beach of Marathi, where there are large pebbles, is called Sosorides. The beach is particularly popular with the locals seeking less crowded, calm places with no fuss.

Almyrida: Almyrida is a quiet resort, with good facilities and superb sea. The unspoiled countryside and the lush olive groves around Almyrida are ideal locations for walking.
Almyrida, which has been characterized as a region of infinite beauty since 1977, has two nice sandy beaches, with shallow water, safe for the children. The two beaches are separated by a small rocky peninsula. They are very well organized and famous for water sports. Also, they are popular with those who love windsurfing. On the beach there are several taverns famous for fresh fish and delicious traditional food.

Departure: 09.30
Return: 17.00
40 minutes to go Georgioupolis bay- stay: 1 hour
30 minutes to go Loutraki stay: 2 hours
10 minutes to go Marathi stay: 2 hours
1 hour back


Rethymno – Latzimas Caves – Bali

Latzimas caves: Kamara of Geropotamos or else, Latzimas, is 16 km to the east of Rethymno city and some meters to the west of the Geropotamos beach in Rethymno prefecture. Latzimas is a beach with sand, tiny pebbles and clear blue waters.
The astonishing natural arch that is formed on the west side of the beach of Latzimas along with steep cliffs keep this beach away from crowds, since it can be accessed only by swimming from the nearest beaches.

Bali: Bali is a seaside village on the northern coastline of Crete in the prefecture of Rethymno, located approximately 35 km far from the city of Rethymno.
Built on the raised land of a small peninsula, where the giant Talos was once worshiped, the village of Bali has two bays on its west side, which provide safe anchorage almost during every season.
The settlement of Bali was established during the Ottoman rule and the Turkish word balik, meaning fish, was the origin of the name of the village. The village is considered to have been constructed on a site that used to be the ancient Astali, the port of the Ancient Axos settlement, used for unloading supplies during the numerous revolutions.
Departure: 09.30
Return: 17.00
30 minutes to go Caves of Latzimas stay: 1 hour for swimming
30 minutes to go Bali stay: 4 hours
1 hour back


Rethymno – Menies – Balos – Gramvousa

Menies or Diktynna is located 45km northwest of Chania, on the northeastern shores of Cape Rodopos and at the exit of Foundas Gorge. It is a wonderful secluded beach with pebbles and deep crystal blue waters. It is not affected by the usual winds blowing in the area and it is ideal for isolation, far away from the urban centers. In a distance of many kilometers there are absolutely no facilities.
Along the sea cliffs, between Menies and Afrata, we meet several small bays formed at the exit of small streams accessible mainly by boat.

Balos: The famous lagoon of Balos is a shallow , sandy beach formed between the Cape Gramvousa and the small Cape Tigani , below the mountain range of Platiskinos. Balos is surely the beach that has been photographed the most in Crete, a favorite subject of all tourist guides of Greece. It is no coincidence that Prince Charles and Princess Diana visited Balos with their private yacht many years ago.
Balos is famous for its turquoise waters, its wild natural beauty and the beautiful exotic scenery. During the summer, Balos is visited by thousands of people. It would be ideal to arrive at Balos in the morning. These few hours of remoteness in such a heavenly place will remain etched on your memory forever.
The lagoon of Balos has white sand and exotic white, vivid blue and turquoise waters. The sea is very shallow and warm, ideal for young children. In many places the sand has a lovely pinkish color, because of millions of crushed shells. Beyond the rocks at the boundaries of the lagoon, the water is deeper and colder, ideal for snorkeling. The lagoon and the wider area, with rare species of flora and fauna, are protected by the Natura 2000 program.

Departure: 08.00
Return: 20.00
2 hours to go Menies  stay: 1 hour
1 hour to go Balos stay: 4 hours
5 minutes to go Gramvousa stay: 1 ½  hour
2 ½ hours back


Sunset TripDeparture from Marina of Rethymno

Departure: 18.00
Return: 21.00
Stroll to northwest beaches of Rethymno

Rethymno has one of the most idyllic sunsets. The disappearance of the Sun below the western horizon, where the fortress of Fortezza, the town’s main landmark is situated, is one of the most memorable sights you can fully enjoy from vessel.

Wear comfortable clothes and sandals, ask us to offer you a bottle of wine or a drink of your preference, and be ready to enjoy the majestic scenery of the Cretan coastline while relaxing and having a nice evening.