Sailing in Greece

Countless islands, amazing crystal clear waters, unforgettable sunsets…what else do we need to enjoy our vacations? Forget the Caribbean, forget Hawaii…Think Greece! A country that seems carved by the sea, with 13.676 km of coastline and more than 3000 islands and islets, provides the sailing aficionados with vast choices of itineraries that almost compels you to visit again…and again.

The Ionian Sea

While sailing through the Aegean and the Ionian seas  one can simply enjoy the bright sun and some of the finest beaches one can swim in. The Greek islands are traditionally divided  in six complexes: the Ionian islands, the Cyclades, the islands of Argosaronicos, the Sporades, the Dodecanese and the North Aegean islands. Each cluster has its own character and cultural background, offering the visitor a unique experience  as each differs from the rest as far as the architecture, the habitat, the beaches, the sea and wind conditions are concerned.

Being a skipper in the Greek seas (Video)
Aerial viewing of Greece (Video)

Sailing across the greek coastline offers an alternation between solitude and crowded destinations, traditional and cosmopolitan atmosphere, serene and rough seas, an exciting journey through time and history. The ideal way to relax and come alive at the same time.

You could follow the itineraries we suggest or you can plan your own dream cruise. You may prefer the constant beach and island hopping or spend your days and nights anchored in your own “private” bay that feels as paradise on earth. The only wish we can give you is…enjoy yachting!