Cruises & Cabin Charter/Monohull cabin cruises

Cabin Cruises in the Cyclades



  • Book a twin or double cabin on a 50`+ sailing yacht and explore the stunning Greek Cyclades islands, one day at a time. 
  • With a professional English speaking skipper.
  • With up to 8 guests on board, these cruises are intimate and a great way of meeting people.
  • Each day includes a swim-stop in a beautiful location and evening ashore in a new location. 
  • Provisions for breakfast and lunch are provided, on a self catering basis. Evening meals ashore at a taverna.
  • Departures every Saturday from Mykonos from April to October.


Cabin Charter in the Cyclades
Set sail from Mykonos and explore the wonderful islands of Naxos, Koufonissi, Santorini, Ios and Paros before sailing back into Mykonos at the end of your first week. Explore the vibrant cosmopolitan island of Mykonos before leaving the yacht or, better still, continue for a second week of sailing, this time visiting the islands of Schinoussa, Santorini, Folegandros and the other side of Paros before sailing back towards Mykonos.

50 foot sailing yachts
Our yachts, Christiana VII and Malama, are the perfect vessels for your Greek sailing adventure, with 4 double cabins, all with en-suite facilities. A maximum of eight guests are on board, together with an experienced, professional skipper to look after you. Enjoy a refreshing swim before or after lunch, the choice is yours.

Your yacht will be provisioned with a generous welcome pack including tea, coffee and fruit juices, fresh fruit, plus everything needed for breakfast and a light lunch for the first couple of days. Your skipper will organise breakfast on the first morning and, thereafter, catering on board will be a collaborative effort between the guests on board and the skipper.  The norm is to have breakfast before leaving harbour and lunch at anchor in a bay, whilst in the evening, most guests choose to dine ashore and discover the culinary delights on offer.

Discover the Greek islands
After a day on the water with the wind in your hair, enjoy the sunset in the cockpit before exploring the local area. Most days you will reach harbour in the afternoon so there’s plenty of time to relax, go sightseeing or swimming before choosing a waterside taverna for dinner. Sample the local specialities, which vary from island to island and make this a voyage of culinary discovery as well as exploring the historical and cultural delights of these beautiful islands.

Cruise programme
Boats depart every week from Mykonos between April and October, and the route alternates every second week so if you come on a 2-week cruise you will visit different locations. Routes may be adjusted according to the prevailing weather conditions. Embarkation is from 5pm on Saturday and disembarkation is after breakfast the following Saturday. 

The Cyclades itinerary 

Week 1 Route, via Naxos and Koufonissi
2023 Departure dates:
15 April*, 22 April, 6 May, 20 May, 3 June, 17 June, 1 July, 15 July, 29 July, 12 August, 26 August, 9 September, 23 September, 7 October, 21 October**

*Korfos to Mykonos Route **Mykonos to Korfos Route

Day 1 - Saturday - MYKONOS
This unique island oozes chic and traditional charm in equal measure. Mykonos is one of the most popular islands in the Aegean and this island paradise has great beaches, great shopping, fabulous food and endless nightlife.
Day 2 - Sunday - NAXOS
Sailing from Mykonos we stop for a swim before continuing our sailing to Naxos, tthe largest and most fertile island in the Cyclades. The Main town is fascinating, dominated by an imposing Venetian castle, while the winding back streets are peppered with artisan boutiques and family run tavernas.
Day 3 - Monday - KOUFONISSI
From the largest to the smallest….Koufonisi offers unspoiled natural beauty, crystal clear emerald waters and a chance to experience the lesser Cyclades in all their glory.
Day 4 - Tuesday - SANTORINI
Santorini is probably the most photographed destination in the Mediterranean, and sailing through the caldera is a breathtaking experience.Iconic, dramatic and still an active volcano, Santorini is the best known island in the Cyclades and a trip to the perfect Cycladic town of Thera, perched on the edge of the caldera is a must.
Day 5 - Wednesday - IOS
Ios has been popular with back-packers, hippies and a vibrant alternative scene still exists on this island, also famed for some great watersports beaches. Visit the (supposed!) tomb of Homer – buried her after being unceremoniously dumped from a passing ship!
Day 6 - Thursday - PAROS (Naoussa)
Naoussa on the north of the island is our favourite – great chill out bars and a beautiful little fishing harbour as the backdrop to the sunset.
Day 7 - Friday - MYKONOS
Back to Mykonos at the end of the week, with time for a cocktail with your feet in the water in the old town.
Day 8 - Saturday - MYKONOS
Arrivals and Departures. For those staying on for an extra week, this is an ideal opportunity to explore this beautiful island.


Week 2 Route, via Schinoussa and Folegandros
2023 Departure dates:
29 April, 13 May, 27 May, 10 June, 24 June, 8 July, 22 July, 5 August, 19 August, 2 September, 16 September, 30 September, 14 October

Day 1 - Saturday - MYKONOS
Arrivals and Departures. Great nightlife, iconic photo opportunities, great beaches – a fantastic island to start your adventure..
Day 2 - Sunday - PAROS (Parikia)
Paros, lying to the south-west of Mykonos, is relatively low-lying by Cycladic standards. Parakia is our usual stop here, and for those with a urge to explore, seek out the Church of 100 doors, where Christianity and Greek mythology meet.
Day 3 - Monday - SCHINOUSSA
Schinoussa, the Island of the sun, is another gem in the crown of the lesser Cyclades. Small to say the least – indeed a full yacht with crew increases the population by 4% after stepping ashore! Enjoy one of the many hiking trails before sampling the local cuisine, something the locals are fiercely proud of.
Day 4 - Tuesday - SANTORINI
Iconic, dramatic and still an active volcano, Santorini is the best known island in the Cyclades and a trip to the perfect Cycladic town of Thera, perched on the edge of the caldera is a must. Top tip – go for local grown vegetables in the taverna – primarily nurtured from the morning dew, the concentrated flavours are amazing.
Day 5 - Wednesday - FOLEGANDROS
After the hustle and bustle of Santorini, Folegandros is a wonderfully relaxing island. Take an evening trip to the Chora, with more spectacular views of the Aegean.
Day 6 - Thursday - PISO LIVADI
Piso Livadhi is a small harbour and town on Paros, laid back and charming. Sit and sample the local catch with a glass of ice cold ouzo.
Day 7 - Friday - MYKONOS
Our tour of the northern Cyclades comes to an end with a short sail back to Mykonos. Still time to explore Mykonos town, or for those who have already been, a final afternoon on the beach at nearby Agios Stefanos, with a leisurely meal right on the shore.
Day 8 - Saturday - MYKONOS
Arrivals and departures – Those staying for 2 weeks have the whole of the island to choose from – relaxing or partying? perhaps a bit of both!

 Combine both routes for a two week holiday!

The Yachts

Ocean Star 51.1 Christiana VII is an ideal yacht to explore the wonderful Cycladic Islands. The yacht is equipped with modern navigation and safety equipment and is licensed as a professional charter yacht.

Accommodation comprises 4 double guest cabins: 2 double with en suite shower/wc (A double) + 2 up/down twin doubles, one en suite (A twin) and one that shares a WC-shower with the crew (B twin), plus a seperate crew cabin. There is a spacious and comfortable saloon with dining table and the saloon and cabins are equipped with electric fans. There is a well equipped galley and also a CD player (with aux input). Deck facilities include cockpit table, cockpit cushions, deck speakers, bimini top (sun shade), spray hood, swimming platform and deck shower. There is ample space for sun bathing on the foredeck, when conditions permit. Other equipment includes a dinghy and outboard engine, plus a paddle board and snorkelling equipment for guests` use.

Equipment includes:
Roller Furling Genoa, Roller Furling Mainsail, Electric Anchor Windlass, Bow thruster, GPS, Autopilot, Chart Plotter, CD Player, VHF Radio, Bathing Platform, Swim Ladder & Deck Shower, Hot Water, Electric Refrigerator, Bimini Suntop and Sprayhood, Dinghy Tender, Charts & Cruising Guide, Cockpit Cushions, Cockpit Speakers, Holding Tank, Fully Equipped Galley, Buoyancy Jackets (5+Years), Linen Including Tea Towels, Binoculars, Full Safety Inventory, 12v Cigarette Lighter Connector, Shore Power Leads.

2023 prices
Prices are per person per week based on 2 people sharing a cabin with departures every Saturday

Departure Date CAT B CAT B  CAT A  CAT A SINGLE Supplement Port fees 
1 WEEK         GBP rates Euro rates GPB rates Euro rates GBP Euro GBP Euro
15th April to 20th May* £849 €976 £895 €1029 £599  €689 £45  €52
27th May to 26th June £875 €1006 £949 €1091 £655  €753 £45  €52
1st July to 9th September £895 €1029 £975 €1121 £655  €753 £45  €52
16th September to 21st October £875 €1006 £949 €1091 £599  €689 £45  €52
2 WEEKS        
15th April to 20th May £1599 €1839 £1649  €1896 £1199  €1379 £90  €104
27th May to 26 June £1645 €1892 £1795  €2064 £1250  €1438 £90  €104
1st July to 9th September £1695 €1949 £1849  €2126 £1295  €1489 £90  €104
16th September to 21st October £1645 €1892 £1795  €2064 £1250  €1438 £90  €104

Price includes all local taxes & VAT, yacht`s insurance, 1 crew, boat running costs (fuel, water), provisions for breakfast and light lunch including tea, coffee, and bottled water), bed-linen, blankets, towels.

Not included: personal food items or beverages on board, evening meals at a taverna, on-shore excursions or activities, transfers to/from the yacht, personal expenses and insurance, optional crew gratuities. 

Note: All itineraries are proposed routes only and are subject to changes caused by the weather, although the crew will do their best to make sure that all passengers are able to make onward connections and transfers in time. No refunds can be offered for changes to the route due to the weather. 

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