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A trip customised to your needs brings the ultimate peace of mind, along with safety and creates the highest value for money, so that you feel happy and proud of your choice.

If you are new in the world of sailing holidays, you may barely picture a sailing trip in your mind. So, let’s break it down to the main elements that comprise a trip and explain how, by customising each of these elements, you can create a dreamy holiday.

01 Where to sail in Greece

CHOOSE THE RIGHT AMONG 10 SAILING ITINERARIES IN GREECE

With over 2000 islands to explore, 200 of them inhabited, Greece is one of the best sailing destinations in the world. Among the islands you will find a great variety in marvellous land- and seascape, in local culture and cuisine, and of what concerns sailing, in weather conditions. Adding the things you can do, see or experience on every island, the possibilities are endless.

We’ve divided the islands into ten distinct areas, each of which offers a unique experience:

  1. North Ionian
  2. South Ionian
  3. Peloponnese
  4. Saronic Gulf
  5. East Cyclades
  6. Centre Cyclades
  7. South Dodecanese
  8. Centre Dodecanese
  9. The Sporades
  10. Halkidiki and around

With 10 options to choose from, there is definitely one which perfectly matches your needs and wishes. Read the full article on where to sail in Greece or ask us for a personalised consultation.

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02 WHEN TO SAIL IN GREECE

TIMING IS EVERYTHING

Sailing in Greece start in Mid-April and goes on until late October.

If you are free to choose the dates of your holiday, you should consider picking one season over the other. To help you choose correctly, this is what each season offers:

April and May: The months with the lowest touristic occupancy. Enjoy privacy in the most beautiful bays, feel the authentic hospitality in taverns, restaurants and bars, and have a laid back, relaxing experience even on the most popular islands like Mykonos and Santorini. Keep in mind, though, that all this beauty comes with a bit of chilly waters and the sun may be shy for a day or two, during a week.

June and October: Expect in average smooth weather conditions and pleasant seawater temperature. With a moderate touristic activity in most of the Greek islands, apart from the most cosmopolitan ones, you can still enjoy some secluded bays in privacy, while

July to September: The heart of summer in Greece. Happenings for every taste and traditional fiestas are setting vibrant vibes on the islands. On top of that, the dry weather and the warm seas, attract plenty of visitors. So, on the downside, you should be prepared to share the most beautiful places.

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03 SAILING YACHT VS CATAMARAN

ADVENTURE VS CRUISING & MORE...

To evaluate the catamaran vs yacht debate, we must first comprehend the key structural difference. A catamaran is a sailing vessel with two hulls, also known as a yacht, whereas a yacht in this context is a sailing vessel with one hull, also known as a monohull.
The right pick, between the two of them, is clearly a matter of the intended experience.
A sailing yacht is clearly more enjoyable to sail, takes up less space when moored, and usually costs less per cabin than a catamaran. A more stable catamaran, on the other hand, provides greater space and is less expensive per square meter of space.

SAILING YACHT VS CATAMARAN

04 FUN ACTIVITIES IN A SAILING TRIP

ADD MEANINGFUL EXPERIENCES TO YOUR TRIP

If you are thirsty for a holiday full of experiences, then you want more than just a beautiful sailing trip. On every island you’ll find what we call “local heroes”, professionals who are offering activities, from a diving class to a mountain bike challenge and from a sunset yoga session to a wine tasting tour in a local vineyard.

Especially, when sailing with kids, fun activities for the whole family should be your number one priority. We are always trying to keep children’s’ interest with both on board and on the land.

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05 CHARTERING WITH SKIPPER

TO PUT ALL THE PIECES TOGETHER AND BRING THEM TO LIFE

Skipper is another word for captain in small ships. However, they are much more valuable for your holiday than a captain who will bring you from A to B safely.

You can consider your skipper as: The guy to take care of everything regarding the yacht. From the technical handover to the checkout.

Personal tour guide: A skipper should be familiar with the area and the language, if not a native, who will give you insights about what to do, see and experience, based on your needs.

Trip planner: The most important and difficult part of a sailing trip is the right planning. Taking mainly into consideration the weather conditions, your wishes and the options which the area offers, the skipper will be coming with the best possible plan every day.

Safety guy: A good skipper will put the safety of their crew and the boat first. Even at the slightest details, which you may cannot notice, but this makes a big difference in enjoying every moment carefree.

Sailing teacher: Not all the skippers share the same excitement, about teaching, but if***********

Cook: While it is solely your responsibility to ensuring that your skipper is fed, sometimes your skipper may surprise you! Many have great skills you might want to take advantage of if offered.

 

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06 THE BENEFITS OF CHARTERING WITH HOSTESS

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