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Kos Yacht Charter Information

Kos is one of the most idyllic and pristine Greek islands. Lying off the coast of Turkey, Kos is the perfect base to begin a sailing or power yacht charter holiday. This island is part of the Dodekanes island group in the Sporades, and offers both spectacular and ancient Greek and Turkish ruins. The northwesterly Meltemi winds are prominent around Kos in the summer they begin blowing in June and start subsiding by September. The Meltemis can receive 7-9 knots in July and August and can blow gales for up to 3 days. If you are sailing around Kos then, it is critical to be aware of these winds. Spring and autumn provide calmer winds and more ideal yacht chartering conditions.

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Kos Yacht Charter Basic Information

  • Main Harbor or Port: Kos Harbour
  • Body of Water: Aegean Sea
  • Nearest Major Airport: Kos International Airport "Hippocrates" (KGS)
  • Acceptable Forms of Currency: Euro
  • Languages Spoken: Greek
  • How to Get There from Abroad: There are two common ways for yacht charterers to get to Kos and both involve flying into Athens. The first is to take a connecting flight from Athens to Kos. The other way is to take a taxi from Athens Airport to the Port of Piraeus and catch a ferry to Kos. The flight is quicker but many yacht charterers enjoy the 5-6 hour scenic ferry trip.
  • Geography/Terrain: The island is part of a chain of mountains and has both plains and highlands.
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Climate in Kos, Greece

Temperatures in °F56-4855-4659-5066-5573-6081-6786-7185-7181-6873-6264-5557-50
Precipitation Totals in Inches2.
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