The archipelago extends in an arc from the easternmost point of Attica to the coasts of Asia Minor. This itinerary is suggested to thoroughly enjoy the richness of the Aegean Sea

This one-way sailing trip will give you exactly what you want!

Departing from the southern part of Samos island, Pythagorion port we start sailing South to Dodecanese.

1st day Agathonisi

17 sea miles sailing from Pythagorion port we reach Agathonisi island. Agathonísi is a small Greek island located at the northernmost point of the Dodecanese. It has been declared as a Valuable Shelter of Rare Bird Species by the European Network of Natura 2000. You will be touched from this unspoiled island and the authentic hospitality of the local people.

2nd day Arki

Next sailing destination Arki island 13 sea miles from Agathonisi. Arki or Arkioi is a small Island in the southwest of Greece. The Island has its own soul and spirit, which is caused by the 40 inhabitants. Dry land, rocky terrain, and exceptional beauty by emerald and turquoise waters.

3rd day Patmos

Sailing 10 sea miles west we meet Patmos. Patmos island, which is also known as the “Island of the apocalypse”, has secluded beautiful beaches. The Monastery of Saint John, which is situated on the top of a hill above Chora, is protected by walls, which make it look like a fortress. Chora is the island’s capital and boasts traditional architecture, thus it’s full of whitewashed houses.

4th day Lipsi

10 sea miles from Patmos we reach Lipsi. Crystal clear waters, beautiful, secluded beaches, and laid-back atmosphere are the highlights of the island!

5th day Leros, Lakki port

Destination Lakki 16 sea miles from Lipsi. According to the myth, Leros island was where the ancient Greek goddess of hunting, Artemis, used to go for hunting, thanks to the island’s large deer population. Leros is dotted with picturesque villages and magnificent beaches, which are known for their crystal-clear water.

6th day Levitha

Levitha is a small Greek island located 22 sea miles west from Lakki port. An island inhabited by a single family but pretty, quite an enchanting place

 7th day Amorgos, Aigiali bay

Sailing another 26 sea miles we meet Amorgos island and we drop anchor to Aigiali bay. Amorgos is the easternmost island of the Cyclades, undoubtedly this is the island of contrasts. On one side, mountains and on the other, steep slopes ending up on fairytale beaches with crystal clear waters. The island with its Cycladic-style color and its unspoilt overtime traditional character will impress you mainly because here old meets new in perfect harmony without one to alter the other.

8th day Ano Koufonisi

19 sea miles to go and meet Ano Koufonisi famous for the exotic beaches and the relaxing atmosphere.

9th day Naxos

23 sea miles from Ano Koufonisi we meet the biggest and the greenest island in Cyclades, Naxos, with stunning seascapes, traditional villages and beautiful old churches, monasteries and Venetian castles coexisting harmoniously with Cycladic cubic houses.

10th day Paros

We are only 16 sea miles away from Paros island. Paros is one of the most popular islands, with endless blonde-sand beaches, verdant mountains and cliff-top villages galore.