The home port of Rhodes, starting point.
The Rhodes port called “Mandraki” is right in the heart of the town of Rhodes, which is situated at the very North point of the island, right next to the entrance of the Medieval Old town. As one of the exceptional yacht charter bases of Greece, you can be provided with any supply you will need for your charter week, from fuel and marine chandlery to delicatessen goods and wine cellar provisions. At the port of Mandraki, fuel is delivered to the boats in a tank truck.
Being the largest and most popular island of the Dodecanese island group, Rhodes Greece is a yacht charter holidays destination!
Also known as the “Knights’ island”, Rhodes has a rich historical past, which you can tell by its historical buildings and monuments. The atmosphere in Rhodes Old Town is simply unique! Strong walls, stone-paved alleys, elegant mansions, and a medieval castle create the illusion that you have time-traveled back to the age of the knights. Don’t be surprised if you believe you’re into a medieval fairytale. It is a must to leave the yacht and walk around the Old Town.
As for the things to do in Rhodes, you’ll never run out of options! Stroll around the historical Rhodes town, visit the medieval monuments of Rhodes Old Town, discover imposing castles, eat at excellent restaurants and swim at the amazing Rhodes beaches.
During sailing along the East coast of Rhodes you will be able to visit Lindos. Make a stop at the wild beaches on the coast or swim in the open sea. 25 nautical miles from Rhodes is located Lindos. Above the village rises the Acropolis of Lindos, a natural citadel which was fortified successively by the Greeks, the Romans, the Byzantines, the Knights of St John and the Ottomans. This makes the site difficult to excavate and interpret archaeologically. There is an open-air museum, the ancient Acropolis of the goddess Athena, and has views of the surrounding harbours and coastline.
Thanks to its size, Rhodes always offers something new to discover!