7 Days, Athens to Athens
Indulge in relentless relaxation sailing in Greece
Visiting 1 country: Greece
Welcome to your unforgettable sailing adventure in Greece, where bronzing under the eternal Mediterranean sun need only be interrupted by swim stops and cocktail hour. Starting and finishing in Athens, we’ll navigate the sparkling seas, tree-covered islands and rocky coastlines, and then head ashore to embrace the island life. Think: quaint towns, ancient ruins, buzzing nightlife and irresistible dishes. Did we mention gyros?
Bucket List Inclusions
- Learn to sail
- Stand up paddleboards on the yachts
- Daily swim stops
- Take part in a local yacht regatta
- Topdeck Representative across each flotilla
- On-board qualified skipper
- 6 breakfasts, 6 lunches 6 nights in a cabin (twin or double) on luxury yachts
- BYO drinks at no charge
Maximum 6-8 per boat (2-4 boats per trip)
Motorised sailing yacht
Meet at 1pm at Pier 9 Alimos Marina
Approximately 2pm in Athens
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Day 1: Athens to Agistri
Break out the anchor tattoos and hoist the sails. We’re pointing our compass to Agistri. Work up an appetite swimming the blue seas surrounding the uninhabited island of Aponisos, and then hunt down a well-earned Grecian feast in the harbour.
Day 2: Agistri to Epidaurus
Leave Agistri behind and set course for Epidaurus – a spot that has so much charm you’ll want to stay out late. Don’t miss the ancient amphitheatre and beachside bistros. Explore by day, dance by night.
Day 3: Epidaurus to Poros
Poros is about as Greek as you’re going to get as far as photo-ops go. Go old-school at the temple of Poseidon or go swimming before another epic sunset session. Yep, this is the life.
Day 4: Poros to Ermioni
Cast off and head for Ermioni. It’s ranked as Greece’s most historical village, so grab some gyros, pick a century and set your watch to island time. Also: an underwater archaeological site that’ll have you mesmerised for days.
Day 5: Ermioni to Hydra
Enjoy swim stops aplenty at the uninhabited island of Dokos, and then it’s off to Hydra – where wheeled vehicles are banned. Cue cobblestoned alleyways and romantic vibes. It’s not called the gem of the Aegean for nothing.
Day 6: Hydra to Aegina
Charts out and on to Aegina today, but not before a swim stop at the island of Moni. Your mission: hunt down the best fish in Perdika’s seaside tavernas, channel your inner goddess at Athena’s ancient temple and Instagram some more old-school ruins. Soak it all in – this is your last night onboard.
Day 7: Aegina to Athens
Have a swim, grab some sun and set sail to Athens. You might need to hang up your captain’s hat, but the title is earned for life. Polish your peg-leg and chat to us about your next expedition today.
Please note this itinerary is subject to change due to weather and mooring conditions