Why Rent a Speed Boat on Corfu?
Renting a motor boat will give a whole new perspective to your view of Corfu. You won’t believe how many quiet bays and coves you will find as you motor along the coast. You could even have a beach all to yourself for the day to sunbathe, picnic and swim – imagining it as your own piece of Paradise!
The above video gives an overview of renting a boat and the different types available.
What if I’d never Hired a Boat Before?
Don’t worry – you’ve seen hundreds of other people do it and so can you! (No licence is required for the rental speed boats up to 30hp.) When you go to pick up your boat, full instructions and safety advice will be given before you are allowed to go out on your own so that you have confidence to take the boat out for the day.
Where can we go?
Stop off for coffee in one bay and then have lunch in another.
Or check out the secluded beaches or waterfront villas along the way!
Collecting Your Corfu Hire Boat
On the first day of hire we will give you an introduction to the area and lesson on boat handling which will cover the following points:
1.Local area, points of interest and travelling limits
2.Shallow water areas and weather conditions
3.Safety, emergency procedures and contact points
4.General do’s and don’ts
5.Basic sea rules and regulations
6.How to operate and moor the boat correctly
7.Location and correct use of lifesaving equipment
Eos Travel area
We specialize on the North East of Corfu and can arrange for you to collect your boat from the following locations:
Nissaki, Kaminaki, Agni, Yaliskari, Kalami, Kouloura, Kerasia, Saint Stephanos, Avlaki,
Kassiopi and Kalamaki Beach.
How to tie up the boat
Petrol is not included in the price and is charged on return at the rate of 1.75 Euros per litre (subject to change if fuel prices increase)
Boats are available from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, seven days a week.
Any damage to the boat must be paid for.
What is included?