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The Yacht
Meet the Crew

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Cyclades & Dodecanese
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The Dodecanese

The Yacht


Our Sun Odyssey 52.2 "Atlantis" is an ideal yacht to explore the dramatic Dodecanese Islands in the Aegean Sea. Accommodation comprises 4 guest cabins, all with en-suite shower / WC and a spacious and comfortable saloon. The galley is equipped with 2 large fridges and gas cooker. There is also a CD player (with MP3 socket). Deck facilities include cockpit table, cockpit cushions, deck speakers, bimini top, spray hood, swimming platform and deck shower.
Bed linen and towels are provided.

Yacht Specifications
Cabins: 4 + 1 Crew Cabin
Berths: 8 + 2
Heads: 4 + 1 for crew
Length Overall: 15.39 m
Beam: 4.85 m
Draft: 2.09 m
Engine: 100 h.p.
Fuel Capacity: 500 litres
Water Capacity: 1000 litres
Sail area: 110 m²
Meet the Crew

Luka - Skipper

With over 25,000 nautical miles under his belt, Luka realised during his first ocean passage in 2008 that sailing was the career he wished to pursue. Ever since then he has been sailing full time on various private and charter yachts. He says "I love to share my passion with guests onboard. While crews and yachts safety is priority, the goal is lots of fun, comfort and an unforgetable lifetime experience." 


Victoria - 1st Mate

Her love for the ocean started at a very young age, always living very close to the sea and spent many days, weeks and months admiring the ever changing world that is the sea. After finishing her dive instructor career in Egypt she decided to combine my passion for sailing and cooking. She loves to explore and discover new recipes and the history of new places, and can think of no better to do this than Greece. She has worked within the catering industry for over ten years with experience ranging from small to high end corporate events. 


26 Apr, 10 & 24 May, 7 & 21 June, 5 & 19 July, 2, 16 & 30 Aug,
13 & 27 Sept, 11 & 25 Oct 2014

Sat Rhodes (Mandraki) - Fly UK to Rhodes and transfer to mandraki harbour in Rhodes town. From here the medieval town is on your doorstep and you will have time to explore before setting sail on sunday morning.
Sun Chalki (20 nm) - Several retired foreigners have bought homes and settled here and consider it something of a cherished undiscovered secret. The village retains an old world feel. A one hour walk to an abandoned ruined village rewards you with stunning views.
Mon Tilos (30 nm) - This small island is certainly ‘off the beaten track Greece’. Its main claim to fame is as an internationally protected bird sanctuary.
Tue Symi Town (25 nm) - The stunning harbour of Symi is a great place to sail into. The amphitheatrical town cascades down the hill sides and retains it's traditional character and charm having been much renovated over recent years. The secret is to arrive in mid-afternoon after the day tripper boats from Rhodes have gone. Dine ashore in one of the many traditional restaurants. Swimming and lunch stop en route.
Wed Nysiros (40 nm) - Dominated by a still active volcano which you can visit, this small friendly island has a ruined Mycenian fortress and plenty of scenic walks. Dine ashore in the excellent local harbour side taverna in our chosen harbour of Palon.
Thu Pothia, Kalymnos (17 nm) - First a lunch stop on the island of Pserimos, then on to Kalymnos, known as the island of Sponge Divers. The bustling harbour town boasts several museums, and a lively neo-classical sea-front.
Fri Kos (30 nm) - after a swimming stop and lunch on board we head for the little island of Lipsi. The architecture of the village shows influence from the years under Italian occupation and there is a good choice of restaurants and tavernas ashore.
Sat Kos - The home of the father of modern medicine Hipokrates, the ancient ruins of the Asklipeion medical complex are a must. Hire a bike to explore this attractive resort town with a friendly atmosphere. For the evening there are some great restaurants, cafes and bars ashore.

Note: The above itinerary is indicative of the islands you will visit during your holiday. The actual itinerary and order of ports of call visited may be subject to change according to weather and operating conditions at the skipper’s discretion. Your crew will keep you up to date on the program each day.


03, 17 & 31 May, 14 & 28 June, 12 & 26 July, 9 & 23 August
6 & 20 Sept, 4 & 18 October 2014

Sat Kos - Arrivals and Departures. Transfer from the ferry terminal or airport to the yacht and enjoy the evening exploring the town.
Sun Leros (21 nm) - The largest of the islands south of Patmos, explore the market for thyme honey and other local herbs and organic specialities.
Mon Patmos (12 nm) - The island is famous for being the place where St John wrote the Book of Revelation. Visit the cave where he lived and the impressive monastery built in his honour. The busy little town is attractive, though much better once the cruise ships have left in the afternoon.
Tue Vathy, Kalymnos (17 nm) - First a lunch stop on the island of Pserimos, then on to Kalymnos, known as the island of Sponge Divers. The bustling harbour town boasts several museums, and a lively neo-classical sea-front.
Wed Kefalos, Kos (29 nm) - The home of Seafarer’s Beach Club where you can try your hand at windsurfing at the dedicated water-sports centre. Alternatively, enjoy the fine beach or explore the old village and castle, a couple of miles inland.
Thu Tilos (30 nm) - This small island is certainly ‘off the beaten track Greece’. Its main claim to fame is as an internationally protected bird sanctuary.
Fri Rhodes (35 nm) - We enjoy a morning swim stop before sailing for Rhodes. We arrive in historic Mandraki harbour in the late afternoon. From here we are ideally located to explore the unique walled town and lively modern town outside the mediaeval walls.
Sat Rhodes For those staying on for their second week ,a day trip to Lindos with its famous Acropolis is a great day out. Alternatively the town and surrounds has plenty to see and explore. If extending your stay ashore, Rhodes is an excellent place to spend a few extra days with a wealth of history fine beaches and resorts, both lively and quiet to suit all tastes.


Cabin Cat Cabin Description April - October
1 Week
April - October
2 Weeks
A A - Double/Twin Cabin Ensuite sh/wc 745 1489
B B - Double/Twin Cabin with shared heads (sh/wc) 675 1374
Port Charges Port charges and local taxes 45 90


Single Supplement €335 1 week €675 2 weeks

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Please note that the yachtinformation shown refers to just one of our fleet of cabin charter yachts. We may substitute the yacht shown for another with similar accommodation and equipment, dpending upon the individual cabin bookings for a particular share a sail cruise.


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