Route: Athens Perdika Hydra Ermioni Porto Cheli Poros Epidavros Agistri Athens
Age: 20 – 35 year olds
Availability: Because the sailing component of the trip leaves once a week, this trip only starts on a Saturday and only runs from June to September. As we have to check availability of each sailing departure, please await a response to your enquiry before booking any transport or flights.
Transport: You’ll spend 7 nights in your accommodation on a yacht or catamaran – depending on what your preference. If you’d like to extend your trip, or need help getting to or from Athens – then speak to us at email@example.com about creating a custom route.
Additional costs: Please note that an additional payment of €120 per person is payable on the day of the yacht departure in the local currency – this covers your fuel and marina fees for the week.
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If you’ve never tried to the boat life before, now is your time to see what you’ve been missing out on. Departing from Athens, you’ll spend 7 days drifting around Greek islands, stopping off to explore quaint villages, delicious Greek cuisine and hidden coastal treasures.
You’ll even have the opportunity to take part in activities such as paddleboarding, wine tasting, ziplining and snorkelling, all among a picture-postcard backdrop.
Remember to let us know if you need help travelling to or from Athens, and we’ll be more than happy to design a route for you – meaning the adventure doesn’t have to start and end with the sailing!
Join like-minded and young travellers, all aged between 20 – 35, as you hop aboard your skippered yacht, that you’ll be calling home for the next week.
You’ll get to explore beautiful and untouched coves and explore authentic Greek towns and villages alongs the coasts of the Saronic Islands. With a fresh breakfast prepared onboard to wake up to, you’ll be able to make the most of the day ahead – whether you’re simply soaking up the sun and chilling out, or off snorkelling. You’ll also get lunch, and all the drinking water – and of course tea and coffee, that you need. If you want to bring any extra snacks or drinks onboard, then you’re more than welcome to!
All in all, you’ll head to 4 different islands, stopping at 8 places along the way. There’s also ancient theatres to be explored, beach BBQs to be had and scuba diving to be done – so get ready for a fun and action-packed week at sea.
Instead of flying, if you’ve got a bit of time spare before your sailing trip starts, why not make more of your journey to Greece, stopping off in other locations en route, making your trip better for you – and the environment.
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Spend the morning exploring the famous Greek capital and all the history it has to offer. No visit to Athens is complete without heading to the Acropolis to admire the ruins and the stunning view over the rest of the city. In the afternoon you’ll meet your new friends before heading to the marina and setting sail.
Sail to Perdika
Your first night is spent in the shores of the lovely village of Perdrika. You’ll spend the evening getting to know your fellow sailors and splashing about in the crystal waters, before tucking into a special Greek feast.
Sail to Hydra
Next stop, Hydra island – known for it’s pretty and romantic harbour, and a lovely place to wander around through the old town and brush off any cobwebs from the night before, before continuing your journey onto Ermioni.
Sail to Ermioni
You’ll arrive into the beautiful town of Ermioni later that day – take refuge under one of the many pine trees or cool off in the blue waters. Recharged, you and your crew can then head to one of the ever-popular fish tavernas to mix with the locals before enjoying a night out.
Sail to Porto Cheli
Today you’ll get to test out your sailing skills and learn how you fare at being skipper on the boat. Once you’ve successfully navigated the seas, it’s time to explore them – with this being a great spot for snorkelling. We’ll then watch the sun go down over a few drinks at a local bar.
Sail to Poros
The island of Poros may be tiny, but there’s a large selection of watersports on offer to keep you entertained during the day – although make sure you leave time to explore the historic clock tower or Poseidon’s Temple ruins. Come the evening, why not take part in wine tasting before you get on your dancing shoes?
Sail to Epidavros
The largest and most ancient Greek theatre awaits us in Epidavros. Take your time exploring the other ancient ruins and admiring the surrounding landscape before we watch the sun disappear over the mountains.
Sail to Agistri
We’ll make the most of your last full day on the water – the charming Greek island of Agistri awaits, as does scooters, plate smashing, toga, beaches and parties. We’ll say now more for now…
Sail to Athens
One final swim stop for good measure before you head back to the mainland and back into the port of Athens. A lot has happened since you were last here a week ago: new friends, new experiences and a whole lot of new and amazing memories.
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