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Corfu Yacht Charter


Sunsail’s base at Gouvia is nestled between the sea and the rolling green hills of inner Corfu. Perfectly placed to take advantage of the Ionian sailing area, sailors can be stepping onto their yacht 15 minutes after touching down at Corfu Airport.

This area has a huge amount of variety, from the cypress-studded mountainsides and lush olive groves to the rugged coastlines, lively resorts and the secret beaches that appear at every turn. The sailing area is pretty diverse too – south of Corfu are the typical gentle conditions ideal for newly qualified sailors and family holidays, whereas to the north the wind picks up and makes for some pretty spectacular sailing.

The great beaches, terrific watersports, unbeatable nightlife and spectacular history create a sailing holiday that will be hard to forget.

  • Ionian, Greece
  • Level 1
  • Line of sight navigation
  • Stronger northerly winds
  • Island hopping to Paxos and Antipaxos
  • Ancient and Venetian history


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Sailing in Corfu - Ionian

A Greek yacht charter from Lefkas is suitable for all levels of qualified sailor.  As a cruising ground, the gentle waters of the southern Ionian are a perfect choice for those looking for a no-stress sailing holiday, while more experienced sailors will enjoy the open coastal sailing of the northern Ionian.From April to November, winds are generally north-westerly, ranging from 10 to 15 knots (11 – 17 Mph), with calms in the morning and temperatures averaging 24 – 27ºC (75 – 80ºF).

What's included ?

To make sure that you get the most out of your Greece Yacht Charter on the Ionian, we have equipped all of our yachts with the highest specification kit to help provide comfort, performance and fun onboard; so all that’s left for you to do is relax and enjoy your sailing holiday with family and friends.


Corfu, Ionian - Highlights

The Ionian Sea between Corfu and Kefalonia promises some of the best cruising in Greece. The scenic islands are hilly and wooded, with beautiful beaches, secluded coves and picturesque towns and villages.

  • Lakka Paxos

    The island of Paxos is known for its verdant unspoilt landscape and olive oil of superior quality and a Lakka Paxos boat charter will give you an opportunity to stock up on a few bottles to bring home. Lakka itself is a large bay on the north coast of the island that is popular with visiting yacht charterers and and windsurfers. The bustling quayside has plenty of good tavernas.

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  • Parga

    Parga on the mainland coast north of Levkas is known for its Venetian castle dating from the 14th century when it was an important location in terms of the protection of the Venetians’ trade routes. A Parga boat charter allows you to visit the two bays either side of the village where there are good beaches and some watersports facilities.

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