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Explore the Greek islands from your own private yacht.
You’re picked up at your destination and driven to your local airport for your flight. This will Most likely be a red eye flight.
Upon arrival in Athens you’ll be picked up and driven to your boat to meet your skipper. You’ll be given a tour of the boat and go over safety and boating practices. The boat has been pre-stocked with some basic food so if you’re hungry don’t worry. After your briefing you’ll set sail to Epidaurus where you will dock or anchor for the evening.
Sleep in and come up deck when you’re ready for breakfast and fresh fruit. Visit the local market to stock up on food for the next week and stroll through town to visit some of the local shops. Next stop, the sunken sea where you can snorkel the remains of an ancient underwater ruin. As the sun sets you’ll head back to the boat where you can gaze at the stars.
You’ll most likely awake this morning with the boat already in motion to your next destination. You’ll stop along the way in some deserted coves to swim and enjoy some private beaches. Towards the end of the day you’ll dock in Poros and head ashore for a traditional Greek diner.
After your breakfast we suggest renting some ATV’s to explore the island for the day. You can hop the ferry with the ATV’s and head to Galatas to Devil’s Bridge where you can hike and swim in the waterfalls. Head back to the boat where dinner will be waiting for you. Go for an evening walk and have some gelato.
Today you’ll sail to Hydra. One of Greece’s hidden gem islands. This was probably our favorite island. Vehicles(including bikes) are prohibited. The only was to get around is either walking or by donkey. Stroll through the alleys and narrow streets and visit the local shops. Watch the sun set from one of the many swim areas along it’s coast. When night falls you will enjoy it’s bustling nightlife. Walk along the cliffs and visit the many restaurants and bars. Dance and drink the night away and stagger back to the boat when you’ve had enough!
On the way to your next destination you’ll stop at a small private island to explore some of the underground caves along its shores. Continuing your island hopping you’ll make your way to another hidden gem but much smaller and quaint…Spetses. Depending on the time of year you might have it all to yourself. Visit the lighthouse and have dinner along the boardwalk.
The boat will set sail early to Kythnos where you will anchor on it’s famous sandbar that separates one side of the island from the other. This might be a good night for a game of cards or Monopoly!
Wake up and sail to the other side of the island to dock in the harbor. Rent scooters for the day to explore the island and all it’s towns and beaches. This was a great island to explore traditional Greek towns and get an inside look at the culture. Head back to the boat where you can either stay the night or sail into the evening to Kea which will get you closer to Athens.