New website of Hellenic Professional Yacht Owners Association


The Hellenic Professional Yacht Owners Association (H.P.Y.O.A) is pleased to announce the official launch of its new website!

After months of intensive development and design, H.P.Y.O.A's new website is here to provide visitors and members with a reliable and up-to-date source of information on shipping and tourism issues in Greece.

Visitors to the new website will have access to information about H.P.Y.O.A's history, activities, goals, and member data. They will also be able to stay informed about the Association's latest news and announcements, as well as the programs and conferences it organizes.

H.P.Y.O.A's new site also includes information on the shipping specifications and safety standards of its boats, as well as the tourist programs and routes offered by its members' boats throughout Greece. At the same time, the website provides users with the ability to search for boats to rent, in collaboration with its members.

Finally, the active members will be able to register and update both their information and the information on Yachts of their ownership, providing the most comprehensive information for visitors.

H.P.Y.O.A. expects that the new website will help the communication with its audience thus enhancing its role in the maritime and tourism sectors in Greece.

For more information, please visit the new website of the Union of Greek Tourist Boat Owners at


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Hellenic Professional Yacht Owners Association help its Members to promote their Yachts and services.

All registered Members can add/update Yachts of their ownership, can edit their personal information and have access to the library of different laws and legislations that govern sea tourism in Greece.

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Yachting in Greece

Greek Seas and coasts with the numerous advantages they have to offer, turned Yachting to be a very popular activity for both Greeks and foreign visitors.

A trip on the calm Greek waters, on your own or a chartered yacht, offers you the possibility to sail among extremely beautiful clusters of islands, to anchor in naturally protected bays of rare beauty, to visit inaccessible beaches and to swim with safety in exceptionally clear and transparent waters.

It is useful to divide the Greek seas into 4 zones running from North to South, and thus examine the course of the summer winds.

Winds vary greatly from zone to zone, (except when the meltemia winds are blowing, which are very strong, and result in large areas overlapping and having the same features).

Nowadays there are 19 marinas with 6,661 docking places in Greece, offering high quality services. Quite a few of these marinas have been awarded by the European Blue Flag programme. New modern marinas, hotel ports and moorings for the safe docking of boats already operate or are in the process of starting their operation, in order to meet the needs of tourists coming to Greece by sea in the most satisfactory way and under the safest conditions.