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

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

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Cave in Greece

Plan your trip around the weather

The weather is still good both early and late in the season. The sea temperature is not quite as warm early in the summer, but by European standards it’s still warm enough. In December you can’t swim unless you are particularly bold, but if you want to see the history and culture instead, it’s a great time to visit. However, 99% of the yachts and the people that visit the Greek islands come between May and the first weeks of October.

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