Greece

The sailing god must have been Greek. Here everything comes together, from beautiful anchor bays and impressive landscapes to excellent Greek cuisine. In addition, there is usually quite a lot of wind. The Cyclades are a very sportive sailing area, and in no other region have I been sailing as much as I have in Greece.

Whether Poros, Hydra, or the island world of the Cyclades – a week goes by much too fast :-)

Ionian Sea

If you are sailing the Ionian Islands for the first time and have been to other Greek islands in the Saronic Gulf or the Cyclades before, you will notice one thing right away: the Ionian Islands are lush green in contrast.
Besides many small ones, it is mainly the seven “big” islands that promise an eventful week, with the biggest being Kefalonia at about 730 km². The least touristic and, therefore, undoubtedly culturally most authentic are the islands of Ithaca and Kefalonia. Here you can experience the real Greek lifestyle and find the most pristine beaches and coastal sections. The turquoise water and the white beaches, often framed by steep rocky slopes, make this sailing area unique.

Highlights

On land: Idyllic fishing villages, archaeological sites, scooter tours
For the eye: Turquoise waters, white beaches, caves, and cliffs
Sailing: Mostly moderate winds from NW, relatively short daily legs possible, good protection by numerous islands, anchorages, and harbors

Details

Board cash: approx. 220€ p.p.
Distance: approx. 150sm

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17.09.-24.09.2022
Berth 820,-€
Single cabin on request
 
almost sold out

Cyclades

The Cyclades are known for strong, partly stormy north winds, and in summer, there is practically no day without wind. Kea, Kithnos, Serifos, and Siros are easily reachable within one week, and many cozy anchor bays, tranquil fishing villages, and typical local food help to characterize the region. Excursions with a scooter and self-caught fish belong primarily to the “standard program” of the Cyclades. If you are looking for a sportive sailing area with island hopping and numerous anchor bays, this is the right place! Which islands we visit and in which order will be decided on the spot together.

Highlights

On land:Athens, island tour with a scooter, idyllic fishing villages
For the eye: Views of islands, rocky coasts, sandy beaches, beautiful bays, crystal clear water
Sailing: Sporty area, mostly strong north wind 4-7 bft, frequent anchoring

Details

Dates: New dates coming soon
Bord cash: approx. 220€ p.p.
Distance: approx. 150sm

Sporades

The Sporades are still an absolute insider tip among sailors. Situated between Thessaloniki and Athens, the islands are close to each other and offer a fantastic scenery for a varied sailing week. Alonnisos, Skopelos, and the nature reserve Kira Panagia are beautiful islands with numerous anchoring possibilities. Freshly caught tuna and original tavernas are usually an integral part of our tours in the Sporades.

We, as skippers, are enthusiastic about the unique landscape and the typical Greek atmosphere of this region.

Highlights

On land: Island tour with a scooter, idyllic fishing villages, Skiathos, Skopelos, excavation site
For the eye: View of the islands, sandy beaches, crystal clear water, impressive landscapes
Sailing: moderate winds from mostly northerly directions, very good anchorages, short strokes between islands

Details

Bord cash: approx. 220€ p.p.
Distance: approx. 150sm

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24.09.-01.10.2022
Berth 660,-€
Single cabin on request
almost sold out

Peloponnese

From the cultural cosmopolitan city of Athens, we set sail in a southerly direction to the nearest island Egina, which is only 25 nautical miles, and often the wind is pushing from astern. We see the three million metropolia in the background for quite a while until it disappears completely on the horizon. In Egina, we also have several possibilities to make a swim stop, to visit an island, or to stay overnight. Further south lies Poros, which for many sailors is the highlight of the region. The colorful hustle and bustle in the alleys, countless restaurants and bars, and the narrow passages are truly a unique experience.
Further south, we reach the famous and car-free island of Hydra and a few miles further to Spetses. This region belongs to the absolute top spots and is a very clear recommendation!

Highlights

On land: Athen, Poros, Hydra, Kultur, Essen
For the eye: : entrance of Poros, street of Hydra, frequent dolphins
Sailing: Wind mostly from northerly directions 3-4 bft, short strokes between islands, very varied

Details

Dates: New dates coming soon
Bord cash: approx. 220€ p.p.
Distance: approx. 150sm