Our yachts are what you are looking for your Greek sailing adventure, with 4 to 5 double cabins, all with en-suite facilities. A maximum of ten guests are on board, together with an experienced skipper to look after you.

Explore the stunning islands of Greece aboard our sailing yachts

Our island-hopping sailing adventure is an ideal way to escape to the most spectacular blue water bays, of the Aegean, whether you are an experienced sailor or just looking for a relaxing sailing week, by paying only a fraction of the cost of a traditional yacht rental.

When the dream comes true on budget

The selection of departure areas is based on the weather conditions of each area during the summer, to ensure a smooth sailing week and offer you the oportunity to sail to your desired islands.

Each New Day Brings Another Island to Explore

Heading every day to a different island and after a day on the water, enjoy a sun-downer on deck, swimming in blue waters and enjoy your light-lunch, we reach harbor in the afternoon so there’s plenty of time to relax, go sightseeing before choosing a waterside taverna for dinner.

You may check as follows departures timetable & itineraries

Argosaronic Gulf

The Argosaronic Gulf combines Saronic and Argolic Gulfs formed by the islands of Aegina, Agkistri, Spetses, Hydra, Poros, Salamina and the peninsula of Methana. With an important history and an interesting tradition of many centuries, these islands are small heavens near Athens, where we start our sailing adventure.

 

1st day Aegina

 

According to the myth, the island was named after the nymph (a lesser female deity) Aegina, daughter of the river god Asopos, with whom Zeus fell in love and lived his romance with her here. It was during that period when Governor Ioannis Kapodistrias had impressive neoclassical mansions built to house his headquarters that today are important tourist attractions.

2nd day Hydra

 

Your next sailing destination is Hydra, the island attracts celebrities, sailing lovers, and is an interesting place from an architectural point of view since residences have been built there by Italian who fought during the 1821 Greek War of Independence and today are turned into museums also you may pick any of the approx. 300 churches and 6 monasteries scattered on the island.

3rd day Spetses

 

Set sail for Spetses Island and meet an island with a long and glorious maritime history. Take a walk at the seaside road, since cars are not allowed on Spetses, from Dapia to the old harbour and visit Panagia tis Armatas Church. Stop by the old dockyards and learn about the locals’ shipbuilding traditions, visit monuments and museums such as Bouboulina’s house.

 

4th day Poros

 

Your next destination is Poros Island, sitting in the heart of the Saronic Gulf, Poros is a little Aegean gem! As you enter the harbor, you’ll get a fine view of its charming capital and the trademark of the island, the Poros Clock Tower. The superb beach of Lover Bay is a real paradise on earth with fine white pebbles and sand and amazing crystal emerald waters.

 

5th day Methana

 

The peninsula of Methana has been formed by two steep rock slopes that rose out of the sea waters after a volcanic eruption in antiquity. The cozy little tavernas by the seaside and the seafood fresh off the sea will help you relax and regain your strength.

6th day Agkistri

 

Agistri has two natural ports which are approached by boats: the port of Skala and the port of Megalochori. Perhaps is one of the last few romantic destinations in Greece, a small heaven on earth smothered in plants and trees, with pine trees “touching” its crystal blue waters.

We sail back to Athens

Eastern Aegean

The Eastern Aegean and North Dodecanese islands are located at the north east Aegean sea and close to the Turkish boarders. Samos, Agathonisi, Leros, Lipsi, Arki, Patmos, Marathi have something special to offer to visitors.

Departing from Samos island and more specific from the southern part of the island, Pythagorio port, we start exploring the Eastern Aegean.

1st day Agathonisi

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 Leros

Set sail for Leros in the Dodecanese. 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.

3rd day Lipsi

Your next sailing destination is Lipsi island, located between Patmos and Leros. Crystal clear waters, beautiful, secluded beaches, and laid-back atmosphere are the highlights of the island!

4th day 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.

5th & 6th day Marathi / Arki

Marathi is a little island of 35.5 hectares east of Patmos, with total coastline almost 4 km. On the island there is only one sandy beach, there are no roads, no cars, no stores.

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.

We sail to Pythagorion Samos island

Dodecanese Islands

The Dodecanese are a group of 15 larger plus 150 smaller Greek islands in the southeastern Aegean Sea and Eastern Mediterranean. The sunniest corner in Greece with crystal clear waters, sandy or pebbly beaches, important archaeological finds, imposing Byzantine and medieval monuments and unique traditional settlements are waiting to be discovered.

We meet you at Kos island. Kos is the birthplace of Hippocrates «the father of medicine», the Medieval Castle is in the entrance of the port and its two surrounding walls are interconnected with a bridge.

1st day Leros

Sailing 26 sea miles north from Kos island we meet Leros. 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.

2nd day Agathonisi

After 20 sea miles sailing we drop anchor to Agathonisi. 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.

3rd day Arki

We set sail to Arki, only 16 sea miles away. 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.

4th day Patmos

Next destination is Patmos 9 sea miles sailing. 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.

5th day Lipsi

Lipsi island, is 11 sea miles southern Patmos and Leros. Crystal clear waters, beautiful, secluded beaches, and laid-back atmosphere are the highlights of the island!

6th day Kalymnos

We sail 22 sea miles southern and we reach Kalymnos, the island of the sea-sponge harvesters. An island with rare natural beauty, combines the rich marine life with the authentic hospitality.

 

We return to Kos island…….

Cyclades Islands

The Cyclades are an island group in the Aegean Sea, southeast of mainland Greece. Gorgeous sandy beaches, architecture in white and blue, traditional lifestyle, folk music, warm, hospitable people, and barren landscapes with isolated chapels turn a sailing trip to the Cyclades into a lifetime experience. We start our adventure from Paros island. Paros is located at the heart of Cyclades, one of the most beloved holiday destinations in Greece. An island with Unrivalled natural beauty, beaches of crystal clear waters, “unique” Byzantine footpaths connecting traditional villages and breathtaking landscapes.

1st day Naxos

16 sea miles from Paros 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.

2nd day Schinoussa

Sailing 20 sea miles south from Naxos we reach Schinoussa, the wild landscape, the isolate beaches, the hospitality of the locals and the true Cycladic style amazes visitors.

3rd day Ano Koufonisi

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

4th day Iraklia

Iraklia is located between Naxos and Ios, and only 8 sea miles from Ano Koufonisi. Is a small island that remains untouched by mass tourism, with natural springs, crystalline waters and scenic bays.

5th day Ios

Next destination is Ios island only 16 sea miles from Iraklia. You will love the picturesque architecture of Chora and the crystal, sandy beaches.

6th Day Despotiko

A tiny isle is on our route 19 sea miles west of Ios. An uninhabited islet very popular for its exotic beaches and calm ambiance.

We return to Paros island……….

Your sailing trip includes

  • An experienced English-speaking skipper 
  • Double bed cabin accommodation with private /shared WC
  • Breakfast / Light lunch
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • All taxes & VAT 
  • Yacht’s equipment as per specification stated for each yacht type
  • Yacht’s final cleaning
  • Outboard engine
  • Bed linen & towels
  • Fuel & Port fees, Taxes

Your sailing trip does not include

  • Transfers from / to the port
  • Any drinks / meals not mentioned above
  • Tips / Gratuities

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