Sailing into Greek Heritage
A journey through the Greek history and culture. From ancient philosophers to modern heroes.
Visit historically significant sites
Explore four Greek islands
Discover the sailing life
It is no coincidence that ancient philosophers still exist in our lives. The archaeological remains of a period in which the arts, trade, science, philosophy and democracy flourished, are among the most important world heritage sites. By learning their history, we learn who we are. So let’s find ourselves listening to the story from the mouths of passionate guides
Learn about the lives and mindsets of ancient Greeks, from professional guides, and connect the dots that will lead us from the ancient times to the present.
Discover the generous nature of four islands, experience the thrill of sailing and explore the countless coves and their seabed.
Meet the locals, their habits, their genuine life and taste the flavours that follow them for centuries. A native skipper will guide you through and make you fell Greek.
Enjoy the tranquillity of sailing, lay back, relax and absorb the sunshine on a spacious yacht.
- The Parthenon (Acropolis of Athens)
- The temple of Aphaea in Aegina, a place of worship to goddess Athens
- The ancient theatre of Epidaurus, which once hosted music, singing and dramatic plays.
- The historic port of Hydra, that once played a significant role in the Greek War of Independence.
Professional guides will share with you their deep knowledge and passion for ancient history, in the Parthenon and the temple of Aphaea.
Basic ancient Greek history knowledge will help you understand the bigger picture and make this tour an eye-opening experience. A comfortable pair of shoes is recommended.
The guided tours are in English, with German from the trilingual crew.
Temple of goddess Athena-Aphaea
Ancient theatre of Epidaurus
“TO FIND YOURSELF, THINK FOR YOURSELF”
In the Western world, the Acropolis is the most important ancient site. It stands guard over Athens, crowned by the Parthenon and visible from practically everywhere in the city.
THE ACROPOLIS MUSEUM
More than 3.000 notable artefacts from the Athenian Acropolis are housed in this archaeological site-specific museum.
TEMPLE OF APHAEA, AEGINA
Dedicated to goddess Athena and located on the island of Aegina, on top of a hill, it is one of the architectural wonders of Ancient Greece.
THE ANCIENT THEATRE OF EPIDAURUS
In terms of ideal acoustics and fine structure, it is Greece’s best preserved antique theatre. Constructed in the late 4th century BC, it can even pick up the sound of a pin dropping.
Whether it's the beauty of nature or the culture of the region, he has the experience to take you to the best place at the right time and make you feel like a local. Visit traditional tavernas, wander off the beaten path, mingle with the locals, listen to the history of the islands and its people.
Short, smooth sailing routes
2-4 hours per day. The short distance between the islands allows a good balance between quiet sailing, yoga, activities and relaxing moments.
Relaxing moments on the water
Depending on your wishes, we will find the ideal balance between quiet sailing and swimming in beautiful bays. Read your book in the swinging hammock, sunbathe, swim or snorkel. The choice is yours!
Explore the nearby bays and caves on a stand-up paddleboard, read your book in the hammock, snorkel in the beautiful waters, and discover the beauty of the island on a hike with fantastic views.
The Saronic Gulf
Welcome to Athens! Let your skipper familiarise you with the yacht, and get to know each other. Right after we are going for dinner and some welcome drinks. In the next 7 days we are visiting the Aegina, Agistri, Poros, Hydra and the north-east coast of Peloponnese.
The Saronic Gulf
The house of pistachios in Greece, boasting elegant Neoclassical buildings, narrow alleys and a bustling seafront promenade. Aegina was the first capital of the newly freed Greek nation in 1826. Its swimming hotspot is found on its islet Moni, with some small gorgeous beaches, surrounded by pine forests and inhabited only by animals.
A unique island to visit during your holidays in Greece, with lush vegetation, lovely sandy beaches, picturesque settlements, and a vintage ambiance. Its charming capital, perched on a hillside and including the island’s emblem, the Poros Clock Tower, is one of the most picturesque capitals of the Aegean sea islands.
Having been a holiday destination for Leonard Cohen, Hydra stands out for its classy elegance. Here, you won’t see any cars! The island can be explored on foot, by boat, or by donkey. The car ban, combined with the island’s magnificent stone houses, creates a tranquil ambiance.
Experience a smooth sailing, cruising on a spacious catamaran. The four double cabins, each with en-suite facilities, are separate from the crew cabins. It offers generous sunbathing areas with cushions or net to lay over the water.
- 220V plugs
- Unlimited shower water
- Refrigerator & freezer
- Espresso machine
- Ice maker
- Wi-Fi & hammock
- Stand-up paddleboard
- Snorkelling equipment
Local multilingual skipper
Professional guides to the Greek Heritage sites
Tickets to the Greek Heritage sites
Fresh ingredients for all your meals
Snacks, beverages & mineral water
Wi-Fi & hammock
Shower towels and bed linen
Motorized inflatable dinghy
Harbor fees & fuel
Yacht insurance (security deposit)
Flight tickets to/from Athens
A hostess for tasty meals and more convenience on board (optional for whole yacht bookings).
Ashore personal expenditures (restaurants, shopping, etc)
Meals for the crew
Optional activities (SCUBA diving, wine tasting tour, live concerts, etc.)