Best for experienced sailors.
An archipelago of more than 30 islands, large and small stretching out to the south of Attica and Euboia, the Cyclades are the ‘pearls’ of the Aegean. Sail to the charming island of Kea with its small village perched atop the harbor. Continue south to Kythnos, then east and visit the island of Syros. Don’t forget to stop in famous Mykonos with its white-washed buildings and trendy clubs. Sail south to Naxos, Ios and Paros, which is an island of plantations, palm trees and historic monasteries. Naxos boasts of windmills, churches and the remnants of the Temple of Apollo.

Don’t miss the opportunity to arrange a day trip to Santorini. Take a gondola up to the top for an unforgettable view. In Sifnos, anchor in the port with two charming Cliffside villages. Sail to Serifos past a rocky coast cut with deep coves and great beaches. Here, you can walk among ancient stone formations that resemble human figures. Sail to Milos, Ios, Folegandros, Kythnos, each individual island surprises you with its own character and beauty, make your choice of itineraries unlimited.

Wind and Sailing Conditions

The prevailing wind in the summer is the so called “Meltemi”, which comes from the North. The Meltemi peaks in the middle of July until end of August at force 5-7 and may occasionally reach force 9. During spring and autumn, you may also be facing winds blowing from the south. It is advised that for short charters (e.g. 7 days) the charterer should be aware in advance of the prevailing weather conditions since local winds in summer can reach force 8-9 and last for some days.

Travel Notes
You may begin your trip from our bases in Athens, Alimos Marina, or Lavrion (Main Port) which is situated an hour by car from the new Athens International Airport at the southeast coast of Attica.