Holidaymakers looking to explore the Mediterranean have been given a new option after The Moorings announced a new Greek charter base

Greek charter holidays could be on the rise next summer, after The Moorings announced that it has set up a new base at Zea Marina.

The coastal base is located just 15 minutes from Athens, and is The Moorings’ third option for Greek charter trips in addition to Corfu and Lefkas.

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Two powercats will be based at Zea Marina – the ten-berth Moorings 434PC and the Moorings 474PC (pictured above), which can accommodate up to 12 people overnight.

Seven-day itineraries in the local area allow charter guests to explore Bekiri Cave, Cape Sounion Bay, and the Temple of Poseidon.

Josie Tucci, general manager for The Moorings, said: “Greece reveals a whole new side of itself when you explore this beautiful country by sea.

“We saw this as an exciting opportunity to show the potential of our power yacht charters.”

As well as Greece, The Moorings also offers European charter holidays in Croatia, Italy and Turkey, with both crewed and bareboat options available.

Prices for the 2016 season start at around £1,500 per week for a bareboat powercat charter in Agana, Croatia.

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