Home to some of Greece’s most iconic islands, a sailing holiday in the Cyclades will be a wondrous exploration of picture-perfect white-washed villages & secluded beaches. Made up of about 220 islands, the archipelago of Cyclades is located off the south-east coast of mainland Greece in the Aegean Sea. Start your trip from Lavrio and spend your days cruising sapphire waters under the Mediterranean sun.
Being only an hour or so from Athens means Kea has plenty of holiday homes and an established industry to serve all comers. The main marina is at Voukouri where there are usually plenty of sailors haveing some food, drink and relaxation. A visit to Ioulida is worth the trip where you will enter the town through the main gates (no cars allowed). Once there the small museum is worth a visit as is the 15 minute or so walk out to see the famous smiling lion of Kea, a strange stone statue of a lion with a somewhat unclear history. For those with more time, a trip out to see the ancient ruins at Karthea is also recommended.
The capital of Syros, Ermoupolis is a lovely town to visit with a number of old Orthodox and Catholic churches to visit and plenty of small roads and sea views to explore and appreciate. The town is also home to the famous Syros Casino, for those that like that kind of thing! The marina at Finikas is pleasant and relaxed with all amenities you will need.
Located at the center of Cyclades complex of the Aegean Archipelago, Paros is one of Greece’s most popular islands. Its beautiful beaches and vibrant, cosmopolitan nightlife have turned it into a magnet for holiday-makers.
Serifos is a wonderfully relaxed island with a large amount of sheltered bays and beautiful beaches for the sun, sand and sea lovers. The main village Chora is found up in the mountains with great views on show from the church found right up at the top! Chora also has a couple of small museums and many small cafes ideal for a quick tsipouro or cool beer.
A popular island for greek tourists in the know, Kythnos is also a relaxed Cycladic paradise with georgeous beaches and clear waters (are we seeing a trend here?). Sightseeing places of note include the Castle of Oria, the Katafiki Cave and a number of churches and monastaries. Kythnos really is a beautiful island!
- Food and drinks
- Fuel, outboard gasoline, water, provisioning
- Cleaning fee (250€)
- Use of the yacht and her equipment
- Cooking Gas
- Assistance from our staff at the base
- Yachts marine insurance
- VAT 12%
Check in/out times
Charter contracts begin at 17:00 on the day of charter and checkout is at 09:00 on the last day of the charter. *Please note the yacht should be returned to the base a day before the end of the contracts at 18:00 for check-out procedure. (Refueling of boat, diver inspection, check-out).
The required deposit for this yacht is 3000€.
The deposit should be paid before your check-in.