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Superyacht owner’s' guide: 4 top tips for Greece

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Choose the right time in the season to visit

With  fabulous beaches, clear waters and some of the best bars in the Mediterranean it is no surprise that so many yachts flock to Greece every season. Here superyacht owner Harry Vafias offers his invaluable advice if you are planning on visiting this summer. 

The season in Greece is a long one — it starts in May and finishes in the middle of October. If you go early or late there will be fewer people around, particularly on the more popular islands. So if you are going to Mykonos for the nightlife there’s no point going in May or at the end of September. Equally, if you want to relax and just enjoy some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean and you’re not too bothered about missing the parties, avoid the top of the Greek charter season in July and August.

Picture courtesy of Pawel Kazmierczak/Shutterstock.com

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