Cabin cruise routes may be modified according to the crew's wishes
or the prevailing weather conditions. The Aegean Sea offers a wonderful
variety of islands and anchorages, each one unique, from secluded
bays to thriving waterfronts.
Our skippers have good knowledge of the Greek Islands and
can be excellent companions and guides, taking you to the best tavernas
in the evenings and pointing out interesting sites along the way.
(That said, however, they are not trained historians, archaeologists
or gastronomists and can only offer up as much information as they
possess). Skippers, like guests, come from a variety of countries
and we try to match skippers with the nationalities of the guests
on board wherever possible. Finally, the skipper is responsible
for the safety of the boat and crew and it is therefore his responsibility
to decide on any changes to the itinerary if the weather conditions
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on board a yacht...
Guests come from a variety of backgrounds and are of mixed ages
and nationalities. These Economy Cruises are aimed at budget minded
travellers, in particular, students, backpackers, families with
children and single people.
Reception and Transfers
When making a reservation please let us know the hour and place
of arrival in Greece in order for us to give you all the information
on how to reach your yacht. Transfer from the airport to your choice
of destination has to be arranged and paid for by you. Embarkation
is at 17 pm and disembarkation at 9 am.
Departure from Mykonos
Departing from Mykonos, the skipper will wait for you on board the
yacht in the marina of Mykonos which is called Tourlos (10 minutes
from the airport and 5 minutes from the ferry-boat). There are many
daily flights (80 €) and ferryboats (28-45 €) from Athens
Departure from Santorini
Departing from Santorini, the skipper will wait for you on board
the yacht in the marina of Vlichadis (15 minutes from the airport
and from the ferryboats (arriving in Thira). There are many daily
flights (80 €) and ferryboats (30-52 €) from Athens to
What to Bring and Formalities
Bring the following packed in a soft bag (not hard suitcases with
Light clothes and garments to protect your skin from sun burn, sun
glasses, sun cream, sport shoes (white soles), towels, pullover,
sleeping bag (for the early and late season sailing). Don't forget:
Your passport or identity card and your sailing license (if you
have one). We can attest your sailing certificate. We recommend
you take out additional personal insurance, such as for emergency
repatriation, or loss or damage to personal property
You don't need:
Sheets will be provided. Vaccinations are not required.
Greek currency is (still) the EURO. The exchange rate is probably better in Greece. If you need to,
you can change your money into EURO on arrival at Athens airport.
Sunny spring weather with moderate winds for more easier sailing.
The sea starts to warm up from April and is perfect for a fresh
Warm and dry. Good sailing weather thanks to the prevailing 'Meltemi'
a strong challenging north wind. Beautiful evenings watching the
superb sunsets from remote anchorages. July and August in particular
can get very busy.
Autumn is a very pleasant season to sail. Especially for those who
do not enjoy the summer heat so much. The winds become more moderate.
A rest- and peaceful time. The days become shorter with even more
enchanting sunsets. The sea, which has been warming up the whole
summer, is ideal for swimming. This is an excellent period for sailing.