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Anatolie, Irina & The Catamaran

A Typical Day On Board




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A Typical Day Sailing In The Greek Islands

Fishing on a Greek charter yacht
Good fishermen are rare on-board but most welcome!

Getting The Most Out Of Your Greek Sailing Charter

We leave after breakfast for one or two hours sailing, mostly along the coast, before landing in a beautiful cove. Swim, snorkel equipment, paddle or sunbathing are among the options available to you while the crew prepares a meal based on the Mediterranean diet (fresh produce, cooking with olive oil). Our meals include appetizer, main course and dessert. Drinks on board are in "open bar". After a nap on the comfortable sun beds or a new bathing, we sail for the port of the next island (one or two hours of sailing), where you can visit or simply stroll and test pubs and local taverns. The boat remains at night in port, so you can come back whenever you want, after, according to your taste, appetite and budget, dined a souvlaki, Greek salad or a fresh lobster. Sometimes we reverse in order to enjoy a night at anchor in a beautiful bay, under the stars (dinner on board).

Greek food on a yacht charter
Enjoy great meals on board.

A Typical Greek Meal

  • Stuffed aubergines cooked in the oven topped with melted feta
  • Octopus "menu kings" in Greek antiquity
  • Keftedes - meatballs with a hint of fresh mint
  • Yemista - stuffed tomatoes & peppers
  • Greek yogurt with candied grapes
  • Local Wines
A triple cabin on the Yacht Anatolie
A Triple Cabin - Anatolie


You don't have to do the shopping, cooking or the dishes as is often the case on other shared yacht charter holidays with just a skipper.

For Your Comfort

Our vessels are over 20 meters in length - all this space for only 4 or 5 cabins which offer amazing comfort compared to smaller sailboats.

In a "Master" Cabin you will enjoy a "Queen Size" bed (160cm wide) with plenty of headroom for our taller clients.


Oia in Santorini - we sail inside the volcano!
In May, June, September and October
"One week CYCLADES"

including Santorini or Small Cyclades
Departure from Mykonos

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Milos Kimolos
Volcanic Milos island alone is worth the trip...
In May, June, September and October
"One week West CYCLADES"

including Milos, Kimolos, Sifnos & Serifos
Departure from Syros

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Sporades Islands
We also sail inside the nature reserve
July and August

(the "Mamma mia" green islands, covered of pines)
Transfer from Athens Airpor

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The beautiful Ionian with fair winds in July & August
July and August
Transfer from Athens Airport

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Corinth Canal
We also cross the Corinth canal during this trip
End of June and the beginning of September

Greece From East To West
Transfer from Athens Airport

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Captain's advice for July and August

The 3 Skippers from Greece By Sail
Skippers - left to right
Captain Alex - Yacht Irina
Captain Themis - Yacht Anatolie
Captain Michael - Catamaran from Mykonos

We live in the Cyclades islands and know them very well. They can be very windy during the months of July and August.

The famous strong wind "Meltemi" can be so strong that even ferries can sometimes be stopped.

That's why we offer the wonderfully quiet Ionian or Sporades islands during this period except daily trips on the catamaran from Mykonos.

Why take gamble on your holiday?

If you want the Cyclades, come in May or June, or after mid September.

Better weather and...less crowded.

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