Sail Saronic gulf and Cyclades

Another great sailing destination when arriving from Athens is the Saronic Gulf and Cyclades islands. Sail Cyclades or Saronic gulf.  Saronic Gulf is the first or the last stop when sailing from Athens Marina in Alimos. Saronic Gulf is the most famous and widespread sailing area in Greece located near Athens. In this area are the islands of Aegina, Poros and Agistri in the southern part. The second area is superb and is called Argolikos bay. Located south of the Saronic after Poros with the islands of Hydra and Spetses among other smaller islands.
Cyclades is a group of islands located in the Aegean Sea. Considered the best vacation destinations worldwide, offering visitors a variety of features. The main Cycladic Islands are: Amorgos, Anafi, Andros, Paros, Antiparos, Dilos, Ios, Kea, Kimolos, Milos, The Small Cyclades (Donousa, Folegandros, Koufonissia and Syros), Mykonos, Naxos, Santorini, Serifos, Sikinos, Sifnos and Tinos. The Cycladic islands have numerous beaches and suitable weather for yachts. There are many harbors where you can set anchor and refuel, and many of the islands have separate marinas for private boats. Cyclades can satisfy all tastes, for both intense and exciting, quiet and relaxing holidays.

Sail Cyclades or Saronic gulf islands are a perfect sailing or motor yacht vacation because:

  • combination of intense nightlife along with small quite places
  • great food, clubbing destinations, many water sport and x-treme games facilities
  • many safe and remote bays to spend the night
  • countless beauties and beaches to visit along with historical sites and old churches
  • strong winds for x-treme sailing , and a windsurfing paradise
  • picturesque Cycladic architecture, narrow cobblestone streets
  • many natural beauties

The Saronic Gulf and Cyclades sailing package consists of a seven day sailing vacation. The journey starts from Alimos Marina in Athens, and takes you around in most of the Saronic and Cycladic islands with plenty of stops for swimming, snorkeling, sunbathing. Its a dream holiday, not to mention that it is the cheapest way to visit all these islands without being stuck in a hotel room.

And do not forget the sailing part!

The vacation package offered includes the sailing boat, skipper, port and marina fees and water. As the boats kitchen is fully equipped, it is possible to cook on board.

Typical 7day vacation program for Saronic Gulf

  1. Alimos Marina Check-in at 17:00
  2. Epidavros
  3. Hydra
  4. Spetses
  5. Poros (Ermioni stop possible)
  6. Aegina
  7. Alimos Marina Check-out at 9:00

Depending on the mood of the group we can skip a few bays in order to visit others. You can discuss the places you would like to visit with the skipper and make the sailing route as you wish. The program is not fixed but In case of unexpected weather conditions the skipper will suggest alternatives to make sure you have comfortable and interesting journey.

Typical 7day vacation program for Cyclades islands

  1. Alimos Marina Check-in at 17:00
  2. Kea
  3. Finikas (Syros)
  4. Mykonos
  5. Paroikia
  6. Merichas (Kythnos)
  7. Alimos Marina Check-out at 9:00

Depending on the mood of the group we can skip a few bays in order to visit others. You can discuss the places you would like to visit with the skipper and make the sailing route as you wish. The program is not fixed but In case of unexpected weather conditions the skipper will suggest alternatives to make sure you have comfortable and interesting journey.

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  • Number of Persons
  • Possible Dates
  • Area
  • If you require a skipper (applies to multi-day charters only)
  • The hotel you 'll be staying (applies to day charters only)

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This post was written by Christoforos Karydis