Cruises & Cabin Charter/Alternative cruises

Scuba diving cruise

Why sailing and diving?

Combine sailing with diving adventure in the Aegean Sea. Witness the non-touristy side of the Greek islands. Experience shipwrecks, cliffs, caves, walls reefs... traces of ancient civilizations... and of course the spectacular biodiversity of our waters which can`t wait to meet your bubbles!  Crystal clear blue waters with spectacular visibility up to 30-40 meters. Gorgonians, corals, colourful sponges, starfishes, nudibranches and tube worms, sea anemonies are some of the `micro` attractions you will encounter. The king of hunters, Barracuda... the master of disguises, Scorpion fish... the Brazilian carnavalist, the Parrot fish... groupers, moray eels, octopuses... are all there for you to spot them in rock formations and meadows of sea grass. Don`t be surprised if our route crosses with dolphins, the loggerhead turtle or the Monk Seal! Before our dives our trained crew, who will be your guides, will give you a presentation on the wonders of biodiversity and marine ecology. Pictures and videos will be taken so that we can discuss after each dive what we`ve seen.

In addition to the excitement of sailing through the unspoilt little islands of the Aegean, you will enjoy 5 unique dives, including a wreck and a night dive. The Diving Cruises will include 5 dives in a week, full equipment, an introduction to marine biodiversity and ecology and a guide through the diving sites. Discover a whole new world underwater! Join us and get acquainted with the undersea creatures and grow more intimate connections with the world you visit during your scuba diving.

Our sailing yacht "Tahita" is fully equipped to accommodate up to 5 licensed divers (PADI Open Water, CMAS One Star Diver). The skipper and crew are licensed PADI Divemasters and will guide you through this journey into the big blue.


The Boat

The yacht Tahita is a Sun Kiss 45 with 4 cabins. The Sun Kiss 45 is one of the most exceptional and elegant classical models created by Jeanneau, known and recognised for its strength and sailing capabilities, for sailing as well as cruising the world over. The crew will occupy one of them, so there are 3 double cabins available for up to 6 guests. You can charter the whole yacht or by the cabin. There are two WC/showers on board, so it`s necessary to share. The boat is fully equipped with everything you need for comfortable sailing, including a fully equipped galley, a bimini suntent and sprayhood, GPS navigation and autopilot and full safety equipment. 


Syros to Paros itinerary

Here is a sample of what you will experience while sailing & diving with us around the islands of the Small Cyclades for a week.

DAY 1: Syros, the capital of the Cyclades
Meeting at 17.00pm, briefing and arrangement of provisions. Visit and explore the historical coastal town of Ermoupolis and welcome supper at one of our favourite taverns.

DAY 2: Ancient wreck dive & sail to Antiparos
Start that day with a dive at an ancient wreck within Finikas bay. You can still see the broken amphoras and the life that hides in them. Sail towards the deserted island of Despotiko near Antiparos where we will anchor for the night. Visit the hora (main village) and enjoy supper at one of the best fish taverns in the Aegean.

DAY 3: Dive at a cavern and sail towards Iraklia, Small Cyclades
Short sail to the deserted little islands of Pantieronisia where we will stop for a dive in a cavern. We will anchor at one of their protected bays for a swim and lunch. Sail towards the island of Iraklia in the Small Cyclades. Home-made supper prepared by Mrs Maria in the picturesque main village.

DAY 4: Plane wreck dive and sail towards Amorgos
Dive to a World War II plane wreck at the bay of Alimia. Sail towards the pirate island of Amorgos. Stop on the way at the bay of Nikouria for a swim and lunch. Enjoy supper at one of the unspoilt villages surrounding the bay of Aegiali.

DAY 5: Dive at a cavern & anchor at a deserted island
Short sail towards the deserted islands of Dryma & Antikeri where we’ll spend the night on the anchor. Dive at one of the most beautiful & colorful caverns at Dryma island which our Divemaster just discovered last year. Barbecue on the small beach that is formed between these two islands.

DAY 6: Reef dive and sail to Kato Koufonisi
Short sail towards an islet off Koufonisia where you`ll experience a lively reef dive. Sail towards the island of Kato Koufonisia, known for the crystal clear turquoise waters. Supper at the tavern of the only family that lives on the island.

DAY 7: Sail towards a picturesque fishing port in Paros
Sail towards the fishing port of Piso Livadi and the island of Paros. Stop on the way for a swim and lunch. Visit the traditional village of Prodromos and enjoy supper at one of the local taverns.

Paros to Milos itinerary

Here is a sample of what you will experience while sailing & diving with us around the islands of the West Cyclades for a week…

DAY 1: Welcome at Paros island
Meeting at the fishing port of Piso Livadi at 17.00pm, briefing and arrangement of provisions. Visit at the picturesque village of Prodromos and supper at one of the best tavernas of the island.

DAY 2: Shipwreck dive and sail towards Antiparos
Start the day with a dive at the shipwreck of Marianna between the islands of Paros and Naxos. Sail towards the deserted island of Despotiko near Antiparos where we will spend the night on the anchor. Visit the hora (main village) and then enjoy supper at one of the best fish tavernas in the Aegean.

DAY 3: Dive at a cavern and sail towards Folegandros
Short sail to the deserted little islands of Pantieronisia where we will stop for a dive in a cavern. We will anchor at one of their protected bays for a swim and lunch. Sail towards the island of Folegandros. Visit and supper at one of the most beautiful horas in the Cyclades.

DAY 4: Cavern dive and set sails for Sifnos
We start the day with a cavern dive. We`ll then sail towards the island of Sifnos stopping on the way at a secluded bay for a swim and lunch. Visit in the evening at the famous medieval Kastro settlement to watch the sunset and have supper.

DAY 5: Our next stop is the unspoilt island of Kimolos
Stop on the way for a swim and lunch at one of Kimolos` isolated bays. Dive at one of our favorite diving sites, off a rocky islet in the Kimolos-Milos channel. Spend the night at the little fishing port of Kimolos and visit its picturesque main village.

DAY 6: Dive at a site frequented by seals & anchor at a remote island
Dive at the deserted island of Polyegos, an area where the Mediterranean Monk Seal Monahus monahus lives. Spend the night on the anchor at a remote bay and enjoy at night a barbecue on the beach.

DAY 7: Sail towards volcanic Milos
Enjoy the day sailing around the island of Milos. Stop on the way at one of its stunning bays for a swim and lunch. Supper and live music at the main village.


We’re as flexible as the weather!

The above itineraries are just examples of what you will experience while sailing & diving with us. Send us details of the islands you wish to visit, where you wish to start and finish you trip and let’s work together to create the ideal journey for you.

Our skipper is highly experienced and happy to adjust the sailing & diving trip according to what you are looking for in your holiday… if, of course, the weather and other external factors beyond his control permit it. And never forget that those "unexpected" surprises can often be the highlight of your trip!


2021 Prices per week 

Sailing period Price per person / shared cabin Whole yacht / private charter
April, May, June, September, October €880.00 €4200.00
July, August €950.00 €4900.00
Single supplement 70%  
2 week`s booking discount   -5%



Price includes:

  • skipper and diving instructor
  • accommodation on sailing boat (up to 6 guests, 5 divers)
  • sailing around the Greek islands
  • 5 unique dives including a night dive and a wreck dive
  • scuba diving equipment
  • presentation on biodiversity and Greek marine ecology
  • local VAT & taxes
  • breakfast provisions (self-service)
  • water supplies
  • port fees
  • outboard and tender
  • final cleaning
  • bed linen & towels

The fee doesn`t include*:

  • fuel
  • private marina fees (if any)
  • crew meals
  • lunch or supper
  • optional crew gratuity

* You should allow around €100 per week per person, payable on embarkation in cash, (for 6 guests) for fuel, crew meals and cruise expenses. How much fuel is used will depend on how much wind there is and how often the engine is used. Marina fees are only charged in a few locations. You will usually moor at small fishing ports and remote bays but once or twice per week it is necessary to go to marinas to refill the water tanks and so on.

Regarding lunches, guests usually buy provisions for a light lunch i.e. salads, snacks on board, and in the evening you would go out together to the main villages for supper at local tavernas. Supper at a local taverna with local wine costs around 10-15 Euro per adult. Tasting local food, products and wine is an important aspect of your holiday and you`ll find that most taverna owners grow their own vegetables, raise their own animals & make their own wine.

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