One week cruise in Greece

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Greece

One week cruise in Greece

When you think about sailing the Greek Islands, you think about the tranquil bays, the calm weather, small villages and sites of natural beauty for you to explore. This itinerary has it all, so join us for your Greek Island sailing holiday as we explore the Blue Caves (Lefkada), discover the Melissani Cave, visit the home of Odysseus in Vathi, and of course the spectacular sailing around the Greek Islands.

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During this one week cruise you will discover the beauty of Greece in a different way then you were used to. No crowded beaches full of tourists... Our nice hostess will take care of you during your cruise and she will make sure you have everything you need. You will stop in beautiful bays of Ionian sea, discover small islands and picturesque villages. And imagine the delicious greek cuisine and wine in their taverns. Not to mentioned the most breathtaking sunsets on board of the boat and the sky full of stars. 

 

PRICE INCLUDES

Accommodation in double bed cabins with private bathroom

Welcome glass of champagne

Half board (breakfast and lunch)

Crew services  captain, steward/chef

2 sets of bed linen, towels and bath towels per person/per week

Fuel and water

Ship and passenger insurance

Snorkelling equipment 

All marina's fees

 

PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE

Flight tickets to Greece

Additional refreshments, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages (you can bring your own)

Transfers from airport to marina

Note: The price per person is valid only when the cabin is occupied by two persons

 

CANCELLATION POLICY

90 days or more – 25 % of the rental price of the boat with the captain

89 – 60 days – 50 % of the rental price of the boat with the captain

59 – 30 days – 75 % of the rental price of the boat with the captain

less than 30 days – 100 % of the rental price of the boat with the captain

Itinerary

8 days and 7 nights on board of our luxury catamaran Lagoon 42.

 

Day 1: Lefkas

You will start your Greek Islands sailing holiday in Lefkas town on Lefkada Island. If you arrive early, you can explore the wonderful Greek Island and her beautiful postcard beaches.

If you have a day or two on the island before your trip, be sure to hire a car and explore the island, you'll have fantastic views, perfect beaches and you'll be spoiled for choice with the local restaurants.

​After checking in, we're off to Vathy on Meganisi.

 

Day 2: Meganisi

Our first stop of your Greece sailing vacation is Vathy in Meganisi.  Vathy is a picturesque village of Meganisi island and its port welcomes private yachts throughout summer.
You can stroll along the promenade and enjoy a local meal in one of the many fish tavernas and enjoy the hospitality of the locals.

​In the morning we'll set sail off for the Blue Caves of Lefkas to kick-start your Greek Sailing Holiday in style! Prepared to be amazed.

 

Day 3: Vathy

Sailing the Greek Islands is a magical event, so while on your yacht charter, we will take you to a place of legend; Ithica, the home of Odysseus, the King who left his wife and home in pursuit of victory at the battle of Troy.

Ithaca is a peaceful island, ideal for relaxing and enjoying a slower pace of life and some of the meals the local tavernas prepare stay true to the ancient recipes of an older time.  

​On our way to Vathy, we'll stop off to explore the Blue Caves!

 

Day 4: Sami

Whilst on your private yacht for the week, no trip is complete without stopping at Kefalonia, which is the largest island in the Ionian Sea.

Famous for it’s exotic beaches, including Antisamos and Skala are stunningly beautiful beaches we’ll pass on the way to Sami, where you can make your way to the Melissani Cave,  lounge on the glorious beaches or explore the island at your own pace. 

 

Day 5: Fiskardo

Fiskardo must have THE BEST RESTAURANTS in the Ionian!  We almost need to stay a week to explore all the restaurants here.  This isn’t a secret and a lot of boats come to this special little place, so we need to get there early if we want to get a place on the town quay. No Greek sailing holiday is complete without stopping here for dinner.

Greek Island sailing holidays are about a unique experience and Fiscardo at night takes on an entirely different perspective. The lights, the old buildings, cafés, bars and restaurants all combine to provide a magical Mediterranean atmosphere.  Of  all the villages on Kefalonia, Fiscardo stands out as having a unique ambience, especially on a summer evening.

Day 6: Porto Katsiki
When you think about sailing the Greek Islands, you think about cleat water, beautiful beaches and white cliffs.  This is it. We sail you to Porto Katsiki beach on Lefkada Island, which is one of the most beautiful Greek beaches.  It is also in the top of the list of best beaches in Europe each year. You will absolutely fall in love with the beach and won't want to leave, ever. We will stop for lunch and swim before heading to Sivota Bay.

Greece sailing holidays are know for protected harbours, and Sivota is one of the nicest natural harbours and one of the most picturesque fishing village in whole Ionion.  After parking the boat, you’ll stroll the streets soaking up the special atmosphere of the magical bay. 

 

Day 7: Papa Nicholas Cave
We'll sail the catamaran to Papa Nicholas Caves where it’s said that it was a secret hideout during World War II for the submarine Papanikolis of the Italian armada. After a swim and exploration, we’ll sail to a final stop for the trip.

After sailing the Greek Islands on your private yacht for the week, we have one last trick up our sleeves for your afternoon delight, Ormos Vrako.

​Whether you've had a cabin or private charter, we hope that your Greek Island sailing holiday was truly special.

 

Day 8: Ormos Vrako/Lefkas

When we sail back to Lefkas, we’ll stop in the protected bay of Ormos Vrako on the mainland.  There is a lively beach bar, where you can enjoy the music, lap in the shallows of the water or grab your snorkel and explore the rocks and the surrounding bays.  Sometimes 'Sailing Greece' means laying on the beach with a cocktail.

What a superb way to end your week sailing the Greek islands, before heading back to the marina by 6pm.

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