YACHTS FOR SALE IN GREECE
FERRETTI CUSTOM LINE – $ 6,900,000 – 34.16M – 2013 Ideal for entertaining Large sun deck with al fresco dining and spa pool Well-appointed accommodation for up to 14 guests Large garage full of water toys Maximum speed of 27 knots Extensive dive set up Hydraulic fin stabilisers SPECIFICATIONS OVERVIEW Name: Happy Days Yacht Type: […]
HATTERAS – $4,200,000 – 30.48M – 2001 The Hatteras 100 Motor Yacht features a deckhouse layout that has been designed with four general areas. From fore to aft, every area can be custom arranged to the owner’s specifications. There is also the choice between standard walkaround side decks or the optional widebody design. The galley […]
$29,500,000 – 49.9M – 2017 ENDEAVOUR 2 is a tri-deck explorer super yacht built by Rossinavi in Viareggio and ordered by an experienced yachtsman. Following more than two decades of yacht ownership, the vision of this extraordinary yacht was born through the desire to explore the far away and lesser known coasts and oceans of […]
FEADSHIP – $16,450,000 – 46.63M – 2001 There is, unquestionably, no finer or more distinctive high-speed luxury motor yacht available on the market today. This multi-award-wining Feadship is truly one of a kind and perfect for the owner who wishes an ultra-pedigree yacht with the option of an extraordinary turn of speed as well as […]
ARESTEAS YACHTING – $18,750,000 – 50.75M – 2017 ARESTEAS is a 50.75m luxury yacht, built by Aresteas Yachting and delivered in 2017. Her top speed is 15.0kn and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 3000.0nm at 11.0kn with power coming from two 1205.0hp MTU 10V2000M72 diesel engines. She can accommodate up to 12 people with 10 crew members. […]
BOTJE ENSING – $ 7,500,000 – 48.51M – 1961 Managed and supervised by Titan, the refit managers for Christina O: Yacht was entirely gutted down to bare steel. All pipes, wires, plumbing, auxiliary machinery, partitions, ducts & teak decks were removed. Only the main engines remained onboard. Over 90 tons of steel in way of […]
Greece is the dream destination for relaxation seekers and history buffs alike. With its pristine waters, gorgeous beaches, and rich history that dates back centuries, this beautiful country has earned its place as a tourism mecca. If you’re planning to buy a plane ticket and see it for yourself, you’re in for a real treat!
Assuming you fly in to the capital city of Athens, you’ll immediately see why it’s commonly referred to as “the cradle of Western civilization.” Athens is home to iconic historical sites like the Acropolis (home of the Parthenon) and the Ancient Agora, which served as the focal point of Greek life in ancient times. You can buy a ticket to visit the Acropolis for just 30 euro, which in our estimation is certainly worth the price of admission or browse the shops in the local flea market which boasts an array of jewelry, food, and unique gifts for sale.
Greek tourist destinations aren’t just restricted to the country’s capital city, of course. Visitors are drawn to the many islands that dot the Aegean Sea, chief among them the gorgeous isle of Mykonos. With gorgeous beaches and vibrant nightlife, this island and its neighbor, Delos, draw huge crowds of tourists each year. It’s easily accessible from the mainland by boat and certainly worthy of a trip.
Find and Buy Luxury Yachts for Sale in Greece
With its prime location on the Aegean Sea, it should come as no surprise that boating is a way of life in Greece. If you’re looking for luxury yachts for sale in Greece, there’s only one yacht broker/dealer company you should consider buying from: Formosa Yacht.
Lombrosa Yacht employs a dedicated staff of yacht brokers and dealers to make the process of buying a superyacht in Greece as hassle-free as humanly possible. We offer the highest-quality luxury yachts at the best possible prices, and, with a skilled team of yacht brokers working around the clock, are able to find unique boats for sale that other yacht dealers simply can’t.
When you contact Lombrosa Yacht to help you find the luxury yacht of your dreams for sale, we’ll ask you a number of screening questions to help narrow down the type of boat you’re looking to buy. During this process, our yacht brokers will get an idea of your price range and needs. Common questions include determining which type of yacht you’d like to buy (we have an extensive list of megayachts, superyachts, private yachts, preowned yachts, and small yachts for sale) and how many rooms you’d like your luxury yacht to have.
Once our yacht dealers know what type of yacht you’re looking to buy, we’ll use that criteria to narrow down our search of yachts for sale in Greece. Our yacht brokers are determined to find you the perfect boat for sale and are wholly confident in their ability to do so. We strive to take all the work out of the yacht buying process so all you have to do is look forward to hitting the open ocean!
Ready to find your dream superyacht for sale in Greece? Contact a Lombrosa Yacht dealer today!
Living the Greek Life
Once you’ve found the perfect large yacht for sale, you’ll likely be looking for a home base from which to launch it into the sea. If you’ve ever considered buying a new vacation home, what better place to do so than in Greece?
This historic country is positively brimming with coastal activity and offers a rare combination of history, culture, nightlife, and leisure unseen anywhere else in the world. In addition to historical structures like the famed Parthenon and the various temples and churches located throughout the country, Greece also offers its inhabitants access to some of the most breathtaking beaches in the world. The islands of Crete, Corfu, Mykonos, and Zakynthos are renowned for their tranquil waters and are perfect for visiting in your newly-purchased large yacht.
Living the good life in Greece isn’t just about visiting beaches and historic sites, though – there’s also the exquisite food! Greek cuisine is classic Mediterranean fare, made up with an intoxicating blend of olive oil, grains, fish, and meats. There’s no better way to cap a day of sunbathing than with a gyro and a traditional Greek salad, all washed down by a glass or three of wine.