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Golden Yachts are built with meticulous dedication to the vision of both the owner and designer. We owe it to our customers to exceed their expectations with regard to performance, comfort and quality.

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Whether your ideas are just starting to form or fully developed, whether your preferences lean traditional or avant-garde, we’re here to bring your vision to life.

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A yacht agency in Greece, working relentlessly to suit the needs of our clients and provide the best yachting experience possible.

At Atalanta Marine, yachting is in our DNA. Opening our doors in Athens in 1976, our passion for exploring the best of the eastern Mediterranean has allowed us to continually expand our expertise and grow our operations. Today, we are the leading full-service yachting company in the region, employing over 40 yachting professionals each as passionate about life on the ocean as the other.

In addition to some of the best used yachts for sale, Atalanta Marine is a trusted partner of top luxury yacht builders around the world. Our long-standing relationships, expansive network and portfolio of exclusive dealerships is an advantage we are proud to pass on to our clients. 

From Croatia to Montenegro, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey and beyond, quality services, high levels of professionalism and unrivalled expertise have enabled us to take our place as the market leader. Our wide range of services includes everything from expert operational management to crewing, procurement and financial advice.

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We are passionate about everything related to the Greek summer! We are even more passionate about seeing your dreams come true! And we know yachting like no other! With over 50 years collectively of experience in the Greek yachting industry, from yacht construction to marine tourism, and countless summers onboard yachts, the company’s founders and team have firsthand knowledge of what a special yacht vacation should encompass. We have direct access to charter yachts and yachts for sale, therefore we can understand which is a perfect fit for you and your occasion.

That is why we are so interested in listening to you, to better understand your profile, needs and desires so that we can design a tailor made experience unique to you, your family and guests.

We are fully available and liaise with all parties from the beginning to end, ensuring a perfect experience throughout. Every detail is important to us, so that we can deliver an unforgettable experience of summer in Greece.

Last but definitely not least, we provide win-win solutions to our clients. Not only will we deliver dream days onboard, you will be contributing to saving the seas given that a part of every sale and charter is reverted to marine life conservation projects. We are honored to be your yachting partner in Greece

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Choose to charter from our selection of hand-picked yachts that perfectly align with your needs and desires

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We help you choose the best itinerary for your yacht charter and loads of local tips for what to do during your holidays

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We cater to all you special requirements. Be it with private land or air arrangements & event planning


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Why the smart money cruises in September and October

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Beautiful yachts are the thoroughbreds of the seas. But, like

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Our Charitable Activities Thru’ Summer 2022

As the summer season starts, we always look back and

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Top destinations PATMOS DESCRIPTIONMAp Patmos, one of the most northerly

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Top destinations SYMI DESCRIPTIONMAp A mountainous and craggy island, sitting

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Top destinations KOS DESCRIPTIONMAp A big island, 45kms long by

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Top destinations POROS DESCRIPTIONMAp Only just an island, Poros is

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Top destinations AEGINA DESCRIPTIONMAp Situated in the pleasant waters of

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Top destinations LEFKAS DESCRIPTIONMAp Also known as Lefkada, this sizeable

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Top destinations SIVOTA DESCRIPTIONMAp Not to be confused with the

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Top destinations PARGA DESCRIPTIONMAp A harbour town on the Greek

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The Panorama II, a state of the art classic Motor Sailor,


The Panorama state of art classic Motor Sailer combines 174 feet of luxury, comfort


Lagoon 500 Elvira and treat your beloved ones to an unrivalled panoramic charter embracing a private sailing sensation


The sea has brought immense and immeasurable pleasure and lessons in our life and collectively we possess over half a century of cruising experience in Greece


We will be more than happy to assist you with anything you might need during your stay in Greece. Our concierge services will help make your private yacht charter experience a dream come true. Consult with our experts today and allow us to bring more happiness into your life!

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HEAD OFFICE ; 214-216 Syngrou Avenue 17672 – Athens – Greece Phone :  +  30 216 2020025 Email :  [email protected]

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For more than 50 years the Basimakopoulos family continues with passion and dedication the long boat building tradition of our country. Our shipyard, having built more than 380 wooden vessels of various types and sizes, many of which have been certified by Greek or foreign classification bodies, boasts that it holds one of the first places on the podium of the Greek traditional boat builders.

Despite the developments in machinery and technology the bulk of the work is still done by hand. Thus, each vessel is unique, a one of a kind piece of art. ‘’Koiladiotika’’ vessels sail throughout the Greek seas and they are considered to be points of reference to those lucky ones that came along one.

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  • Workshop of 700 sq m
  • Perennial experience in boat building
  • Qualified personnel
  • Ability to build vessels from 5 to 40 meters
  • Quality construction materials
  • Construction and excellent cruising guarantee
  • Modern techniques and exceptional aesthetics

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  • Hoisting/ Launching and docking of the vessels
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  • Traditional wooden framed vessel construction

Yesterday i had to hand-over my small baby (cat FP Salina 48 ~ 17to) to the team of the Basimakopoulos shipyard to haul it out and put on land. I was very nervious because the last time i've seen my boat on a lifter (on a shipyard north of Italy) was not a very good experience. Here at...

Id like to say something new and incisive about the boatyard but the above comments say it all's just a nice place to be. I echo their comments. If I am looking for fault I would say the loo and shower block, although clean and tidy, are probably seeking an upgrade in the future and...


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Galanos Bros company was established in 1993 to Piraeus. Through all those years it has been recognized in the area of maritime....

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NEK DESIGN is a naval architect company that moves exclusively in the area of the yachts, motor and sail , founded in 1984...


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In order to insure trouble-free enjoyment of your boat next year, your sails, canvas, and the standing rigging just like the rest  ...

Istion Yachting

Istion’s dedicated sales and management team of specialists deals with the top yacht and catamaran builders worldwide including Lagoon, Beneteau, Jeanneau, CNB, Catana Bali, Sunreef, Fountaine Pajot, Nautitech and Dufour.

The Istion team performs all the necessary research to deliver the perfect yacht for its clients and takes all the stress out of the entire purchase process. Take a tour of our yachts selection and Contact the Istion Experts for more details on our new and preowned yacht sales in Greece!

Βecoming a yacht owner is a gratifying & fulfilling decision yet acquiring one remains a really complex process. Istion Yachting specializes in personalized yacht services to those who are in search of a new luxury yacht and proudly serves as the exclusive dealer for some the finest yacht builders in the market.

Istion offers to the Owner the opportunity to own their dream luxury charter yacht (or yachts), ranging from small sailing yachts to super luxury yachts, and accumulate high return on investment while they enjoy sailing the distinguished Greek waters worry-free!

Whether you are in the market for sailing joy and experiences accompanied with earnings or for investment and leverage, Istion provides a reliable partner for yacht owners to professionally handle all yacht ownership related challenges.

The Istion experts design unique, customized ownership and management programs for their clients assisting towards informed decisions within the yachting market, providing knowledgeable consultancy based on years of experience and continuous involvement in all up-to-date advancements and developments.

Founded in 1992 by Ioannis Kourounis, Istion Yachting was initially based in Kos Island in the Dodecanese. The company started with a small fleet of sailing yachts and grew rapidly to be a market leader for yachting all over Greece. Within its well-founded background Istion Yachting enjoys a remarkable reputation through an international network of trusted charter brokers and of course its sailing clients and friends.

Istion’s successful course so far is the direct result of the hard work and dedication of the Istion Yachting team and the strong bond of trust formed with guests and sailing friends. Year after year Istion attempts to evolve and expand its horizons through its reliable network of yachting specialists and consultants, promising innovative services of premium quality.

Istion Yachting aspires to reinvent yachting as a vacation choice, a lifestyle and an investment strategy accessible to broader and more diversified groups all over the world through its customized and personalized services. Find out more at

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The Company

Pleasure boat builders since 1980.

Over 30 years of continious boat building, your quarantee to pleasure and safety on board. 5 years transfered hull structural quarantee. ISO 9001 and 14001 certified production. Thousands of boats on the water. A big range of boats that meets the needs of most demanding customers. Modern methods of boat building in combination with traditional hand made techniques. Together with our customers for ever. Hundrends of sales points all over the world. Engoy boating with a POSEIDON Boat.

POSEIDON Boats established in 1980 with the aim of manufacturing high quality reliable pleasure boats, under the strictest international safety and tolerance standards with navigation capabilities for the most difficult weather conditions. Our company has been ISO 14000:2004 Certified for the protection of the enviroment. The most determinant success factor for our company has been our employees who are working with us for many years and are specialized for every field of the production.Worth noticing fact is the vertical production process where except of the fiberglass department , the assembling department and the carpentry , we are also producing in house all stainless steel equipment of our boats and the upholsteries.Our boats are built according to ISO standards and comply with the CE certificate demands.

Poseidon boats holds the quality assurance sytstem ISO 9001:2000 which is implemented in every step of the production process.Moreover every boat is accompanied with 5 years hull structural guarantee certificate. Our collaboration with the most famous European boat designers is giving us the possibility to use the most modern tecniques of design and to produce succesful models. In the same time we are able , due to our international dealers network, to collect enormous amount of information about international as well as local, market trends. Today , more than 25.000 boats are sailing across all European seas making us proud even more responsible to keep on producing beatifull and high quality boats.

Our boat are placed on the market via a well organized international dealers network.Today you can find a POSEIDON boat everywhere in the world.


We are building boats for many years. Thousands of our boats keep sailing giving to their owners endless hours of pleasure and happiness. Out aim is to continue offering to the market high quality and technically perfect boats. To achieve that we combine many factors such us modern design , advanced technology , traditional methods of boat building and quality control in all manufacturing stages. ALL POSEIDON BOATS are CE certified (Category B or C). HERE ARE SOME DETAILS THAT MAKES POSEIDON BOATS DIFFERENT.

DEDICATED FACILITIES.We have special designed facilities meeting the strictest standards of fiberglass boat building. RAW MATERIALS.Only high quality marine resins, fiberglass and ISO NPG GEL coats approved by lloyd’s are used. HAND LAY UP.Our fiberglass production employees are the most experienced boat builders. TESTING EVERY PART OF THE BOAT.Part of the production procces is to weigh every part of the boat(Hull, Deck, etc).This phase is essential in order to reassure the same level of quality and same technical charateristics. SPECIAL STRINGER SYSTEM. We laminate to the hull a superior stringer system that provides a solid foundation for all of our boats.

HULL-TO-DECK JOINT. Bonded with an adhesive sealant and secured with fasteners to provide a strong water tight union. ACCESSORIES. Only the best accessories are used to our boats. INOX ACCESSORIES. All stainless steel accessories are for marine use 316 L.rails are welded. UPHOLSTERY. Styled and fabricated in house using marine grade materials. QUALITY CONTROL. An exhaustive inspection procedure during and after the manufacturing progress is conducted on every boat we build . Our quality control process has been ISO 9001 CERTIFIED. ENVIROMENT. Our company has been ISO 14001 CERTIFIED.

As a testament to the confidence we have in the boats we build we guarantee every POSEIDON BOAT for a period of 5 years.


Our history, why poseidon.

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Take Your Next Sailing Holiday with Greek Yachts

Yacht Owners since 1986

For over 30 years we have been offering our sailing yachts to clients from all over the world for skippered and bareboat charters. Our fleer consists of yachts built by Beneteau, the world's most recognised and trusted shipyard. We take pride in maintaining the highest standards in the condition and safety of our boats and this has been the key to our success over the years. So go ahead and book your dream sailing holiday with Greek Yachts.

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Our Services

Whether you’re a seasoned sailor and looking for a bareboat charter or if you prefer a more laid back skippered holiday we have the right boat and professional crew to meet your requirements. Learn more about our service offerings below, and reach out with any questions.


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If you hold a valid sailing qualification and feel confident you can manage a sailing yacht you can charter one of our yachts with no professional crew onboard and enjoy a private cruise in the Greek islands.  

Crewed Yacht Charter

Enjoy a sailing cruise with everything  taken care of

With a professional skipper on board you can relax, enjoy the trip and explore the most exciting destinations which sometimes lie off the popular islands. A professional hostess can also prepare fresh meals and keep the boat tidy while you focus on having fun!



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If you want to offer sailing holidays in Greece to your clients and want a partner who maintains as high standards as you then talk to us to explore the possibily of working together. 

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Yacht Base:  Pier 9, Marina Alimos, Kalamaki, Athens, Greece 

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A yacht charter in Greece offers the ultimate superyacht experience for those seeking sun-drenched days, a rich and vibrant culture , coupled with a generous portion of exclusivity and luxury. Explore ancient ruins and UNESCO World Heritage sites, indulge in award-winning cuisine , relax at exclusive beach clubs, drop anchor at uninhabited islands , or dance the night away at some of the Mediterranean’s hippest night spots. Cruise the crystal-clear waters of the Aegean Sea and take your pick of more than 6,000 islands and islets . Our charter brokers go to great lengths to ensure every detail of your charter getaway is flawless, including crafting bespoke itineraries and experiences. Contact Moran today.

Why charter a yacht in Greece?

Here are just some of the many reasons you should choose Greece as your next superyacht charter destination:

  • Incredible cuisine and fresh seafood at local tavernas
  • More than 6,000 islands, many of which are uninhabited
  • The birthplace of democracy, stunning UNESCO World Heritage sites, and ancient ruins
  • Crystal-clear waters, ideal for making the most of your yacht’s water toys
  • Glamorous nightlife and exclusive beach clubs
  • Amazing wildlife both above and under the waves
  • Adventures and experiences to suit everyone
  • Easy access with multiple international airports accommodating commercial airlines and private jets

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What are the best Greek Islands to explore?

With more than 6,000 islands to explore, spanning major island chains such as the Cyclades Islands, the Aegean Islands, the Sporades Islands, the Ionian Islands, the Dodecanese Islands, and the Saronic Islands, there’s a Greek locale to match every desired experience. Whether you want an off-the-beaten-track feel or want to be in the heart of all the action, Greece offers the ideal spot. Some of the most popular with yachting enthusiasts include:

Considered one of the most dazzling and exclusive of all the Greek islands, Santorini offers charm in abundance. Explore cobbled streets drenched in bougainvillea, party at decadent beach clubs, or enjoy dining at some of Greece’s most spectacular restaurants.

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Sandy beaches lapped by turquoise waters, striking interiors, and pretty whitewashed buildings are the hallmarks of Mykonos. This Greek Island is known for its ultra-hip nightspots that attract internationally acclaimed DJs, refined beach restaurants, and label-laden boutiques.

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Pretty Crete is one of the largest and most populous islands in Greece, known for its rich culture, superb cuisine, and spectacular National Park. Explore cities steeped in history and fascinating ancient ruins such as Knossos, first occupied during the Neolithic era, 7,000 B.C.

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Considered one of Greece’s most romantic destinations, pretty Hydra will seduce you with its quaint towns and relaxed atmosphere. Hydra is a car-free island, giving it the feel of a bygone area that over the years has attracted renowned artists and jet setters in equal measure.

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There’s lots going on in Rhodes, with plenty to see and do, making it a popular yachting destination. Rhode’s Medieval Old Town is a must-visit and is regarded as one of the best-fortified cities in Europe. On Rhodes, you’ll also find the ancient Lindos Acropolis.

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While not technically a Greek island, mainland Greece should not be ignored. Athens is brimming with Greek culture and mythology, exclusive restaurants, designer boutiques, and world-class offerings. A must-visit is the Acropolis of Athens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and considered the most complete ancient Greek monumental complex.

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How can Moran Yacht & Ship help me charter a yacht in Greece?

No matter which island you fancy exploring during a private yacht charter in Greece, Moran Yacht & Ship’s charter specialists will listen to your needs and then craft a bespoke charter itinerary. Thanks to our superb contacts, we can also secure your reservations at the most exclusive restaurants and beach clubs, as well as arrange for private guided tours. With access to the best yachts in Greece, our expertise and knowledge is second to none. Contact our charter team today and start your Greece yacht charter vacation.

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When is the best time to explore Greece on a luxury yacht?

The summer months are high-season in Greece for superyacht charters, when you can expect the best weather. Additionally, the shoulder season – late spring and early fall – are also popular, especially for those seeking a less crowded time to explore the region or perhaps wanting slightly cooler temperatures for inland exploration.

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Learn more about chartering a luxury yacht in Greece today. Our team of experienced brokers can help you plan the vacation of your dreams!

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What are some highlights on a greece luxury yacht charter.

Some highlights of a luxury yacht charter in Greece include:

  • Explore Greece’s ancient wonders. The most famous, such as the Acropolis, can be found in Athens, however, many of the Greek islands boast historically significant heritage sites.
  • Soak up the sun on uninhabited Greek islands; with more than 6,000 islands and islets to explore, you will be spoilt for choice
  • Explore local vineyards and olive groves
  • Feast on delicious Greek cuisine at local tavernas
  • Hike stunning national parks and discover Greece’s varied landscape
  • Sink beneath the waves and discover vibrant marine life and fascinating shipwrecks.

What are the air temperatures on a Greece luxury yacht charter?

Spring (April to June): Spring is a pleasant time to visit Greece, with mild temperatures ranging from around 59°F (15°C) to 77°F (25°C).

Summer (July to August) : Summer is the peak yacht charter season in Greece, with hot and dry weather. Average temperatures range from 77°F (25°C) to 95°F (35°C) or even higher.

Fall (September to November) : Fall is another favorable time to visit on a luxury yacht charter, as crowds thin out and temperatures become more comfortable. Expect average temperatures from around 68°F (20°C) to 77°F (25°C).

Winter (December to February) : Winter is the off-peak season in Greece, with cooler temperatures and some rainfall. Average temperatures range from approximately 50°F (10°C) to 59°F (15°C).

What's the water temperature like on a Greece yacht charter?

The water temperature in Greece varies throughout the year, with warmer temperatures during the summer months and cooler temperatures in the winter. Greece has a Mediterranean climate, and its coastal waters are influenced by this climate pattern. Almost all yacht charters in Greece are during the late spring, summer, and early fall, when the water temperatures are welcoming and the weather is at its best.

  • Water temperatures can range from around 57°F (14°C) to 64°F (18°C).
  • Water temperatures in Greece during the spring months can range from approximately 59°F (15°C) to 68°F (20°C).
  • Water temperatures during the summer months typically range from about 70°F (21°C) to 82°F (28°C).
  • Water temperatures during the fall months can range from around 68°F (20°C) to 75°F (24°C).

Where can I embark on a Greek Islands yacht charter?

The embarkation destination will depend on your cruising itinerary. Many of the larger Greek Islands boast international airports that accommodate commercial airlines and private jets, ensuring easy access to your yacht charter. The most popular destinations to embark on a Greece superyacht charter include:

  • Thessaloniki

How much does a yacht charter in Greece cost?

The cost of a luxury yacht charter in Greece will depend on several factors, primarily the size of the boat, its onboard amenities, your cruising itinerary, and the length of the charter. Every yacht charter is unique, from the yacht’s onboard amenities to the cruising itinerary and choice of experiences. Moran Yacht & Ship are specialists in Greece yacht charters and have access to the world’s finest superyachts and mega yachts for charter in Greece. Whether you fancy an island-hopping adventure that takes you from one paradisiacal beach to the next, or exploring Greece’s ancient wonders, Moran’s team of veteran charter agents can help. We will listen to your needs and connect you with your ideal vessel, ensuring you enjoy the ultimate charter experience. Contact our team today.

How can Moran help me charter a yacht in Greece?

If you want to discover the land of ancient gods on a Greece yacht charter, the Moran Yacht & Ship charter brokers can help. We are a leading yacht brokerage with exclusive access to the world’s finest motor yachts and superyachts for charter. We specialise in curating extraordinary yachting experiences that exceed expectations. Contact our team today.

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Meet The Greek Shipping Billionaires Getting Rich Off Russian Oil

Sanctions after the invasion of ukraine sent tanker values soaring, boosting the fortunes of these maritime moguls to record highs and minting at least seven new 10-figure fortunes., by giacomo tognini , forbes staff.

I n June 2022, Greece’s leading shipowners gathered for a conference at the Four Seasons resort in Vouliagmeni, a wealthy suburb south of Athens. Coming just three months after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the country’s shippers had an unorthodox take on the war roiling the global economy.

"This is a tragedy for humanity, but at the same time it creates opportunities,” said George Prokopiou , one of the world’s biggest owners of tankers. “We need to be able to take advantage of these opportunities,” added Evangelos Marinakis, the tycoon behind shipping firm Capital Maritime and Trading.

During that same panel , titled “Greek Shipping at the Forefront of Global Trade,” Prokopiou also made a bold prediction: “By the end of the year we'll see very, very good markets in all segments. I'm very optimistic. Ships will command much higher prices.”

That prediction came true, helping propel both Prokopiou, 77, and Marinakis, 56, into the billionaire ranks as the value of their ships jumped and the size of their empires expanded. Prokopiou and Marinakis, who are worth $2.6 billion and $3.6 billion, respectively, have ordered 123 new ships worth nearly $13 billion since 2022, according to VesselsValue. Prokopiou’s four shipping firms own 173 tankers including those under construction, 54 more than in 2021.

These maritime moguls are part of a new generation of Greek billionaires making waves on land and at sea. Altogether, Forbes estimates there are now at least 12 shipping billionaires in Greece, more than at any other time in history. Seven of them are making their debut in Forbes’ billionaire ranks. Altogether they are worth $32 billion—the equivalent of roughly 12% of the country’s gross domestic product.

These tycoons are the latest in a line of swashbuckling pioneers hailing back to iconic figures like Aristotle Onassis and Stavros Niarchos, who launched the global oil tanker trade after World War II and became famous for their glamorous marriages and lifestyles. This newer group has been in shipping for decades but so far has kept a lower profile. (Despite their success, none would speak to Forbes , while their representatives either declined to comment or did not respond.)

What’s new is that the value of their holdings—particularly tankers—has soared by billions of dollars over the past two years, as the war in Ukraine sent shockwaves through global commodities markets and set off a scramble for large tankers needed to ferry oil around the world. Altogether, companies owned by Greek shipping tycoons ordered new ships worth nearly $200 billion and sold 68 older ships for almost $3 billion between January 2022 and March 2024, according to VesselsValue.

"Shipowners are the biggest capitalists in this country,” says Gelina Harlaftis, a professor of maritime history and director of the Institute for Mediterranean Studies of the Foundation of Research and Technology-Hellas in Crete.


Forbes now counts a record 12 greek shipping billionaires. seven of them are making their debut in the three-comma-club and another, george economou, returns after a 16-year-absence..

After Russian troops invaded Ukraine in February 2022, the U.S. and Europe moved to ban seaborne imports of Russian oil and later imposed a price cap on Russian oil, designed to limit Putin’s profits while ensuring that oil would keep flowing. Many Western firms decided to quit the trade altogether, deeming it too risky. Not the Greeks, who have a history of operating at the fringes of the global economy.

While there is no evidence that any of these billionaires violated sanctions, they definitely took advantage of the situation. “If there is a chance to [do] business legally, they will exploit the opportunity,” says Ioannis Theotokas, a professor of management of shipping companies at the University of Piraeus in Greece.

Before the war, most Russian oil went to Europe. After the European ban, much of it was redirected to India and China, which meant much longer trips for tankers—and higher rates for shipowners making those trips. A typical journey from Russia’s Baltic Sea ports to the west coast of India, the most popular route for Russian oil, can generate an estimated $8 million in revenues—60% higher than the going rate in October 2023 and five times the rate in 2021.

The Greeks have directly benefited from those higher prices. Between April 2022 and February 2024, Greek firms shipped 28% of all Russian oil exports, according to an analysis from the Kyiv School of Economics’ KSE Institute, based on data from commodities intelligence firm Kpler. Firms owned by Greek moguls—George Economou’s TMS Tankers, Andreas Martinos’ Minerva Marine and Prokopiou’s Dynacom Tankers—made up three of the five largest shippers of Russian oil over that time period, with Dubai-based shell companies set up by Russia’s state-owned Sovcomflot taking the other two slots. (While the latter two were sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury in December 2023 and February this year, none of the Greek firms have been sanctioned and there is no indication they have violated any of the sanctions on Russia.) A spokesperson for Minerva Marine declined to comment, while representatives for TMS and Dynacom did not respond to questions.

“[The Greeks] are just running 30% of the Russian crude flows, but it's enough for them to basically finance a new shipbuilding spree,” says Viktor Katona, lead crude analyst at Kpler.

Tankers are now tied up in longer voyages, ramping up overall demand. That’s sparked a surge that’s sent new tanker prices up by more than 40% since 2021, according to Athens-based shipbroker Xclusiv. And aging ships that would once have been scrapped are now selling for premium prices on the secondhand market. Most of them have sold to the so-called “shadow fleet,” made up of companies registered in obscure jurisdictions, with ships that sail without Western insurance and obfuscate their location or conduct ship-to-ship transfers to trade Russian oil in violation of Western sanctions. Even fifteen-year-old tankers are now selling for more than double the going price in early 2021.

The Minerva Kalypso tanker, owned by Andreas Martinos' Minerva Marine. In April 2024, it loaded oil from the Russian port of Novorossiysk on the Black Sea.

S hipping firms have long played an outsize role in the Greek economy. Greek firms own 17% of the entire global shipping fleet—more than any other country—including 31% of the world’s oil tankers. At nearly $150 billion, it’s the most valuable fleet in the world, according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development and Clarksons Research. In 2022, shipping firms made up 7% of Greece's GDP and contributed $22 billion to the country’s economy, per the Union of Greek Shipowners.

It’s also a good place to do business. Under an article enshrined in Greece’s 1953 constitution, local shipowners are exempt from personal or corporate income tax on profits from their vessels. Instead, they pay a “tonnage tax” based on each ship’s cargo-carrying capacity, which applies both to ships registered in Greece and abroad—as long as the company maintains a management office in Greece. And in 2022, Athens passed a law reducing the voluntary tax on dividends and capital gains for shipping companies to 5%, from the previous 10%.

Where do those virtually tax-free profits go? Besides paying for new tankers, Greece’s shipping billionaires have plowed their cash into soccer teams, TV channels, newspapers, real estate and the quintessential billionaire purchase: yachts. Most of their firms operate out of the same southern suburbs of Athens on the Aegean coast, and they own palatial homes in the same upscale neighborhoods. New billionaire Diamantis Diamantides owns several villas next door to the Four Seasons resort in Vouliagmeni, down the road from the Armonia Residences, a collection of luxury apartments owned by George Economou, who returns to the billionaire ranks this year after 16 years missing the cut.

They compete as much on the airwaves and the soccer pitch as they do in the shipping lanes. Greece’s two most successful professional soccer teams, Olympiacos and Panathinaikos, are majority-owned by magnates Evangelos Marinakis and Giannis Alafouzos, respectively. The two men also own rival media conglomerates and TV channels, while Alafouzos’ brother Themistocles operates the nation’s largest newspapers. While the Alafouzos brothers aren’t billionaires individually, Forbes estimates they’re worth a collective $1.2 billion.

Not surprisingly, some of these tycoons have also dabbled in politics. Marinakis serves on the city council of Piraeus, a port city south of Athens, while Athanasios Martinos recently completed his term as the civil administrator of Mount Athos, an autonomous region home to some 1,780 Orthodox monks. His daughter, Georgia, served in the Greek parliament from 2012 to 2023.

As the value of their fleets skyrocketed, they’ve also gone on spending sprees outside of Greece. Marinakis, who bought 80% of English Premier League team Nottingham Forest in 2017, shelled out nearly $350 million on new players over the past two seasons and also announced a $22 million investment in Portuguese soccer team Rio Ave last November.

Economou and Prokopiou, meanwhile, have built up sprawling real estate portfolios. Prokopiou owns an estimated $90 million worth of properties including homes in Portofino, Italy and in London’s tony Mayfair neighborhood, as well as the $42 million, 349-foot megayacht Dream, fitted with two outdoor swimming pools and a helipad. Economou has an estimated $150 million empire of homes in London, Manhattan, Saint-Tropez and St. Barts, plus a $250 million art collection with works by Pablo Picasso and Kazuo Shiraga. Part of it is on display in his private museum in Athens.

Shipping in Greece tends to be a family affair. Several of Greece’s current crop of shipping barons, including Marinakis and brothers Andreas , Athanasios and Constantinos Martinos (all individual billionaires), followed in their parents’ footsteps but expanded their shipping businesses to new heights. Others like Prokopiou built dynasties from scratch but have already started passing the baton to their children: Prokopiou’s daughter Ioanna runs one of his four companies, Sea Traders, while the son of Diamantis Diamantides runs his own tanker firm.

The Astir peninsula, located south of Athens, is home to some of the priciest real estate in Greece, including properties owned by billionaires Diamantis Diamantides and George Economou.

G reek shippers have never been afraid to make money at controversial times. In the 1960s, the Vardinoyannis family—currently helmed by billionaire Vardis , aged 91—famously attempted to break a UN embargo and ship oil to the white minority regime in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) via a pipeline in Mozambique. After a standoff with the British navy, the ship departed without unloading its cargo.

Leaked documents seen by Forbes also show the extent to which at least one Greek shipper went to win contracts with Russian leaders. In December 2016, Prokopiou penned a letter to Igor Sechin , the CEO of Russia’s state-owned oil company Rosneft and one of Putin’s right-hand men. He wanted to expand his business with Moscow and had the letter hand delivered to Sechin, proposing a “mutually beneficial” deal to trade Rosneft’s oil and gas on his fleet of tankers. The letter also included a draft agreement outlining how Prokopiou’s fleet would trade Russian fossil fuels directly to India and China, bypassing the world’s largest oil traders. The letter was part of the Babakov Leaks, a trove of documents from the email account of Russian member of parliament Alexander Babakov, shared by the Ukrainian hacker collective Cyber Resistance with the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and its partners, including Forbes . Representatives for Prokopiou and Rosneft did not respond to requests for comment.

More recently, in June 2020, the U.S. imposed sanctions on two ships owned by Prokopiou's Dynacom and new billionaire Constantinos Martinos’ Thenamaris for carrying Venezuelan oil. They were removed from the sanctions list less than a month later, after both firms pledged to stop trading with Venezuela.

"The Greeks control the commercial fleet," says Kpler's Katona. "And they're also very entrepreneurial. When Venezuela opened up after the sanctions [were eased in 2023], the Greek shippers were the first in."

When Russian troops invaded Ukraine in February 2022, some shipowners—such as Maria Angelicoussis , Greece’s richest person—vowed not to carry Russian oil. But for others, any caution they may have had in the weeks after the invasion soon dissipated.

“When the war started, we took a decision not to go to Russia because like everybody else, we were very emotional and we felt very distressed with what was going on,” said the chief financial officer of Alafouzos’ Okeanis Eco Tankers in an earnings call in August 2022. “But as time progressed, we realized that, first of all, a lot of our competitors and all the majors were lifting oil from Russia.”

Last November, Reuters reported that several Greek companies—including Economou’s TMS Tankers, Andreas Martinos’ Minerva Marine and Constantinos Martinos’ Thenamaris—had stopped shipping Russian oil. But according to ship tracking data from MarineTraffic analyzed by Forbes , there are at least 37 tankers owned by TMS, Minerva and Thenamaris that departed Russian ports since February or are currently en route to Russia. Trading Russian oil and oil products remains legal, as long as firms comply with the price cap of $60 per barrel of oil and separate price caps for products such as diesel and fuel oil. Spokespeople for Thenamaris and Minerva Marine declined to comment on commercial matters, while representatives for TMS did not respond to questions.

“Two years after the start of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Russia has amassed more than $650 billion in revenue from its export of fossil fuels—of this, $193 billion is from the sale of crude oil,” says Andrii Pozniak, a spokesperson for Ukraine’s anti-corruption agency NACP. “Greek shipowners who transported Russian oil played a significant role in this process.”

Unlike with oil, Europe hasn’t taken action to limit imports of Russian liquefied natural gas (LNG). While it’s a relatively smaller part of their business compared to oil, it’s created even more opportunities. Politico and Belgian newspaper Le Soir recently reported that Prokopiou had lobbied the European Commission in the summer of 2022 to avert a potential ban on Russian LNG. (Prokopiou's daughter, Ioanna, told Politico that she had simply asked a European Union lobbyist to help explain "EU importation rules." Representatives for Prokopiou did not respond to Forbes ’ request for comment.) When the EU announced a new sanctions package in December 2022, it included exceptions for LNG.

That meant that Prokopiou, who owns 42% of publicly traded LNG carrier firm Dynagas LNG Partners—a stake worth about $60 million—could keep shipping Russian gas to Europe. Two of its six ships are chartered to the Yamal LNG project in northern Russia, making up 43% of the company's revenues in 2023—up from 39% before the war. Much of that gas is exported to Europe.

Global LNG prices spiked to record highs in 2022 before steadying in 2023. That’s been a boon for Greek shippers: Marinakis owns 56% of publicly traded Capital Product Partners—a stake worth $500 million—which announced a $3.1 billion deal in November to order 11 new LNG carriers and jettison its fleet of container ships. A month later, he sold an 18% stake in the firm to an investment company controlled by Greek real estate and shipping billionaire Ioannis Papalekas for $160 million.

The good times won’t last forever. Eventually, the volatile tanker market will settle, putting an end to the boom that has launched so many Greek shippers into the billionaire ranks. Still, the amount of money they’ve plowed into buying new, more modern vessels—and the profits they’ve gotten from selling junk ships for top dollar and shipping Russian oil at a premium—means they’ll be in a stronger position for years to come.

As long as there’s money to be made—and the risks aren’t too high—Greek firms will likely keep selling their old tankers to shell companies tied to Russia, while making a tidy sum trading Russian oil. And when the boom ends, they’ll be ready to seize the next opportunity, armed with fleets of brand-new tankers worth billions of dollars.

"The Greek shipowners are very mercenary,” says Adi Imsirovic, a former oil trader and senior associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. “When there's a lot of money involved, people will find a way."


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Sailing Catamaran charters in Greece are a convenient way to have a larger number of guests (up to 12) on a comfortable crewed yacht charter.

Notice that the distances in Greece are quite long . Since most luxury catamarans are based in Athens (inquire for Mykonos-based  catamarans ), the ideal catamaran charter itinerary will include the Saronic Islands of Aegina and Hydra .

For a Catamaran charter in the Cyclades , especially if you are planning to visit Santorini , we recommend chartering out of Mykonos. Our brokers will find you a Mykonos-based yacht or arrange a delivery of your desired yacht to the starting location of your charter vacation. Start a chat to tell us what you’re looking for in your catamaran charter, we’re here for you 24/7!

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Ideally, you will inquire about a catamaran charter 12 months in advance . WHY? The best catamarans are often fully booked long in advance and it is not unusual to see popular dates booked 2 summers ahead for a Greek Island yacht charter .

Inquiring less than 6 months ahead often means that your first choice is unavailable for charter. Additionally you might find that the yacht you want can’t make it to the port where you wish to commence your yacht charter.

This is especially important if you are planning to charter in the popular destination -the  Cyclades  (and we recommend  you fly into  Mykonos   international airport to start there). Many things have to fall into place to make a succesfull charter vaccation happen, so  inquire early!

  • Most luxury catamarans are based in Athens (marinas from Piraeus in the west to Saunio in the east).
  • Of the catamarans permanently based in the Cyclades , most have temporary availability.
  • You will also find catamarans based in the Ionian islands available for charter.

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Best Areas to Charter Catamarans

The best areas to charter catamarans will have small distances between destinations and calm waters. Although they are more capable of crossing oceans, catamarans are slower than motor yachts, which is why they aren’t good for long distance itineraries.

Taking a group of 2 families with young kids who have not chartered before from Athens to Santorini (because why do the additional flight to Mykonos, right?) in August with the Meltemi winds blazing is not the greatest idea for a relaxed sailing vacation. – We’re happy to provide references for people who insisted, only to regret their Indiana Jones type of vacation.

If you’re afraid there is nothing to see apart from Santorini and Mykonos in the Cyclades Islands? Let Peter show you these assorted charter locations in the Saronic Gulf in the video below…

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The Saronic Gulf is perfect for first-time charterers – with 2 to 4 hours cruise between islands outside of the Meltemi winds, fantastic locations , and amazing things to do such as the Pistachios of Aegina , walking the old town of Poros or snorkeling the Sunken City of Ancient Epidaurus .

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Second up are the Cyclades Islands – still perfectly doable on a 7-day crewed catamaran charter, especially if you plan on starting in the actual Cyclades instead of “ taxiing ” there from Athens . In the cyclades captaina are in a great position to account for the weather (instead of having to cross large distances) and provide a pleasurable yacht charter either hitting the hot spots – windmills of Mykonos (or it’s vibrant night clubs), the sights of the city of Thira on Santorini , the ancient Delos – or the hidden gems such as the forgotten island of Anafi .

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Is the cyclades islands a great area for a catamaran charter.

Yes and no – if planned well and with the expectation that things might change last minute dictated by the weather, a catamaran charter in the Cyclades can be a relaxing and pleasurable experience in the Aegean sea. If you’re an exact planner, and not willing to be flexible, it is wise to avoid it .

A yacht charter is subject to the elements – if the weather is bad, the port authority bans all the yachts to depart (usually just the motor yachts, but do you really want to be out there?). That happens in some areas more than in others, and it does happen more frequently in the Cyclades Islands .

We’ve had experiences where a stubborn travel agent (yes, we cooperate with travel agents on the condition we’re taken seriously) has booked activities on a rigid itinerary with total disregard for the weather conditions and its unpredictability. – Horse ride on Siros, dinner reservation in Skorpios on Mykonos, wine tasting on Santorini starting at 9 am sharp on a Saturday morning – you need Poseidon’s blessing to commit to that…

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A good broker and a good captain will list your preferred activities and pre-arrange them on a confirmation basis . Due to our long time in the industry, we have build relationships with many businesses, attractions, restaurants, and activity providers. We can get you to stuff you did not know existed – Would you for example like to have a private dinner in an iconic ancient ruin ? Would you like to have a famous singer show up at your birthday party at Mykonos? Say the word, and we will make it happen!

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Advantages of chartering a crewed catamaran in Greece

  • Lower fuel consumption compared to motor yachts.
  • Lower cost, especially for catamarans under 50 ft.
  • Shallow draft – you can get quite close to secluded beaches and white sands with a catamaran charter.
  • Access to the dock – especially in high season, bigger yachts might need to stay out of the harbor and access with a dinghy.
  • Captain + stewardess still the most common crew combination (keeps the costs down), bigger – motor yacht like luxury catamarans are on the rise (with more crew).
  • Gratuity – a 10% gratuity paid after the Catamaran charter is considered completely satisfactory in Greece. Compare that to the (up to) 25% mandatory gratuity that is increasingly being demanded in escrow pre-charter in the Caribbean or the Bahamas.
  • Use of water toys and water sports – rules are more relaxed and definitely less enforced compared to France or Italy – it’s not the same if you get on a jetski in a secluded bay on Iraklia or in the overcrowded Gulf of St Tropez.

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Disadvantages of chartering a catamaran in Greece

  • Low speed mandating a limited itinerary or a lot of sailing hours – It is not unusual for a catamaran charter to move before sunrise to break it up. Can be mitigated by starting in the destination – Mykonos, Santorini, Lefkada (Ionian), Patmos or Ikaria (Dodecanese), Skiathos (Sporades – Mamma Mia Islands)
  • Smaller crew – used to be 2 crew members, now growing (it’s both a positive and a negative) as per your price sensitivity. Compared to the Caribbean – there are more options.
  • Vertical layout – 2 or 3 decks on a horizontally constrained area.

Catamarans vs Motor Yachts

Charter yachts are rapidly growing in size, keeping up with an ever increasing demand for the most luxurious vessel on the market. – In 2020 , the average length of a crewed catamaran was 45 feet . Where, at the end of 2023, the average size of a new catamaran charter was 67 feet .

Given a crazy expansion of the crewed catamaran fleet (demanding a whole new boat show to accommodate this segment starting in 2023 ), the catamarans are getting closer in onboard capacity to motor yachts.  If you’re looking to get a recent Lagoon 52 catamaran sailing charter with crew, inquire early.

Catamaran Elly - A great example of the intersection of motor yachts and catamarans - a recent trend starting in 2022

As mentioned ealier Power catamarans will generally have a lower fuel consumption,  with comparable deck space at the expense of speed. Catamaran charter will be able to get closer to the beach and will get to marinas easier than a huge motor yacht that had a change of itinerary and is looking for a last-minute spot on the dock (and will probably anchor out, hailing the guests from shore with a dinghy).

With the deck space being comparable in Catamaran Charter- the choice is yours – are you looking for a wider deck that’s arguably more casual for a group to sit down, or are you looking to have a bottle of something really nice served to you on the aft deck of a Ferretti motor yacht ?

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    Compass Boats. - 21klm Athens - Lamia road, 14568 Kryoneri - Athens, Greece. Manufacturer of models: Compass Boats. Boats/yachts: powerboats, small boats, sports boats/day cruisers, motor yachts/cabin boats, fishing boats, canoes/kayaks, pedal boats. Our company produces fiberglass boats from 1964 in Greece.


    The Company. POSEIDON Boats established in 1980 with the aim of manufacturing high quality reliable pleasure boats, under the strictest international safety and tolerance standards with navigation capabilities for the most difficult weather conditions. Our company has been ISO 14000:2004 Certified for the protection of the enviroment.

  13. Sailing Holidays Greece

    Yacht Owners since 1986. For over 30 years we have been offering our sailing yachts to clients from all over the world for skippered and bareboat charters. Our fleer consists of yachts built by Beneteau, the world's most recognised and trusted shipyard. We take pride in maintaining the highest standards in the condition and safety of our boats ...

  14. Yacht Charter Greece

    Builders. About Us. DMA Yachting. Carer de Saridakis, 3A 07015 Palma de Mallorca, Spain. DMA Yachting on Trustpilot - verified 3rd party reviews. ... Top 5 Greek Motor Yacht Charters Under €50,000 ; Luxury Hotels and Restarants for Mykonos Yacht Charter ; Luxury Hotels and Restaurants in Athens - Greece Yacht Charter ...

  15. Boats for sale in Greece

    Overall, the most common yacht builders - those with the highest amount of listings available on YachtWorld currently - are Jeanneau, Azimut, Beneteau, Ferretti Yachts and Lagoon. Motorized yachts are more common than sailboats in Greece with 912 powerboats listed for sale right now, versus 607 listings for sailboats. Yacht prices in Greece

  16. Builders

    Builders. About Us. DMA Yachting. Carer de Saridakis, 3A 07015 Palma de Mallorca, Spain. DMA Yachting on Trustpilot - verified 3rd party reviews. Get in touch on WhatsApp. ... Top 10 Greek Luxury Motor Yacht Charters for Summer 2024-2025! Top 10 Greece Catamaran Charters for 2024-2025!

  17. Luxury Yacht Charter Greece

    Learn more about chartering a luxury yacht in Greece today. Our team of experienced brokers can help you plan the vacation of your dreams! First Name *. Last Name *. Email Address *. Telephone Number. # of Guests Choose One 1-4 4-6 6-8 8-10 10-12 12+. Anticipated Start Date.

  18. Motor Yachts

    Even though motor yachts are predominantly concentrated in the Athens/Piraeus area, you will find motor yachts available for charter in marinas all across Greece, including Thessaloniki, Chalkidiki, Skiathos, Volos, Mykonos, Corfu, and Rhodes. A motor yacht is the ideal choice if you wish to cover the major island chains of the Aegean Sea.

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    Shipping firms have long played an outsize role in the Greek economy. Greek firms own 17% of the entire global shipping fleet—more than any other country—including 31% of the world's oil ...

  20. Deck Builders & Contractors in Elektrostal'

    Search 105 Elektrostal' deck builders & contractors to find the best deck or patio builder for your project. See the top reviewed local deck & patio builders in Elektrostal', Moscow Oblast, Russia on Houzz.

  21. Catamarans

    Catamarans vs Motor Yachts. Charter yachts are rapidly growing in size, keeping up with an ever increasing demand for the most luxurious vessel on the market. - In 2020, the average length of a crewed catamaran was 45 feet. Where, at the end of 2023, the average size of a new catamaran charter was 67 feet.

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    Before you hire a custom home builder in Elektrostal', Moscow Oblast, browse through our network of over 1,121 local custom home builders. Read through customer reviews, check out their past projects and then request a quote from the best custom home builders near you. Finding custom home builders in my area is easy on Houzz.

  24. Elektrostal

    In 1938, it was granted town status. [citation needed]Administrative and municipal status. Within the framework of administrative divisions, it is incorporated as Elektrostal City Under Oblast Jurisdiction—an administrative unit with the status equal to that of the districts. As a municipal division, Elektrostal City Under Oblast Jurisdiction is incorporated as Elektrostal Urban Okrug.