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Is it too grand a statement to say that Greece is the cradle of Western Civilization, that politics, philosophy, history, the arts, medicine, trade and sportsmanship all had their origins in this gentle island nation? We don’t think so. Nestled in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Greek islands are set against turquoise water that shimmers under eternally blue skies. Here, anyone’s desire for a dream Sailing Holidays in Greece can be fulfilled. Whether you want to satisfy your wanderlust gene, have a good time or enjoy years of history and hospitality, our Sailing Holidays Greece got it all.
● Shared accommodation in double cabin
● Food for (breakfast, lunch, diner) / self service
● Certified Professional Skipper
● Sets of bedsheets and towels
● Consumables for the yacht (diesel, fuel and water)
● Insurance for the yacht
● Snorkelling equipment
● Transfers airport – base – airport (optional)
● Cash box (mandatory): 150 Euros per person per cruise payable in cash on spot upon arrival.
(Cash box includes, depending on the route)
● National park fees
● Tourist taxes and landing fees on the islands
● Mooring fees
● Possible re-fills of water, fuel, gas, fresh products
● Miscellaneous : repurchase of broken crockery, lost fishing lines or lures
We start our Sailing Holidays Greece in Aegina. Located near Athens, Aegina is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece. Aside from breathtaking views and golden sunsets, the island will not disappoint those who are interested in history and Greek mythology. Put on your comfy shoes and begin your sailing holiday in Greece exploring the ancient villages and beautiful beaches.
Simply stunning, Hydra is an unmatched gem of the Saronic Gulf. Sumptuous stone mansions, narrow sun-kissed paths, crystal clear water and the ban on cars are the reason why Hydra is such a unique destination. Yes, you heard us right! There are no cars or motorbikes in Hydra, only a few hundred donkeys as means of public transportation.
For the ultimate sailing holidays Greece experience, we’ll stop next in Leonidio. Nested between the emerald sea and the valley of Mount Parnon, on the east coast of Peloponnese, this town is truly fascinating. Wherever you look, there are pebble beaches surrounded by lavish wild landscape. In the harbor you will find several fish taverns and friendly local bars where you can enjoy a cold beer.
Set sails! Our sailing holidays in Greece continue with a stop in one of the most romantic cities in Peloponessos. Spend the day cruising, swimming and walking down the streets packed with history. Admire ancient walls, medieval castles, neoclassical buildings and beautiful Venetian fountains.
Untouched and charming, there is something truly idyllic about this island hidden in the Mediterranean Sea. With whitewashed buildings and chic cafes overlooking the emerald sea, Spetses is full of history, natural beauty and unique landscapes. Make sure you walk around and explore the city and its longstanding traditions.
Nested between two islands, Poros is the largest port in our Greece holiday. Home to a rich culture and thriving nightlife, Poros has plenty of attractions for everyone’s taste.
After a week of sailing holidays greece, our cruise ends with a stop in Athens, the historical capital of Europe. With a long history, dating from the Neolithic Age, Athens is a cradle of history and culture. Make sure to explore the city’s fascinating past, visit astonishing sights and end your sailing holidays in Greece on a truly amazing note.
*All prices subject to change without prior notice.
The ship owner reserves the right to allocate another type of catamaran offering the same conditions of comfort and service
Itinerary subject to modifications without any notice for technical and/or weather reasons
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Closest airport is Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”, ATH
You will need to take a short cab or bus ride to the marina
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