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Athens to Athens
Departure Day: Saturdays (In June, July and September)
Departure Time: 14:00 (Please try and arrive 30 minutes before)
Finish Time: 09:00 (On the following Saturday, docking at Athens)
Our beautiful motorized ocean vessel that can accommodate up to 46 passengers with 16 cabins – operates the Harmony Cruise. It is best suited for ‘young at heart’ travelers looking for an adventurous Greece sailing trip to some of the most iconic island stops in a round-trip from Athens.
Meet at Athens Pireus Port at Marina Zeas , where you can meet your fellow sailors ready for departure at 01:30 pm.
For arrival after 11:00 am to Athens please purchase a pre-accommodation night in Athens (advise during your booking)
Our first stop of the day is Agkristri Island, one of the small and perfectly formed Saronic group of islands. A hot-spot for Athenians looking for a beach getaway, you too can indulge in this local secret – where uncrowded beaches and lush nature awaits.
Toga Night: You can’t visit Greece and not revel in a traditional dinner, complete with Greek wine and spirits, all the meze and traditional Greek music to match your classic toga outfit. Get ready for the spirit of Greek OPA! on this fun evening.
Diving: Diving is a treasure hunt to find some of the 2000-year-old ancient histories in the Sunken City of Epidaurus. Even if not deep diving, Epidauros is known for its caves, underwater rock walls and stunning, fish-filled coral reefs in the azure waters which are also accessible if snorkeling.
We continue our Greek sailing adventure and journey towards to the little Greek island of Poros, famed for its wild lemon trees, sandy beaches with blue-green waters, lush greenery and Poseidon’s Temple ruins.
Love Bay and Askeli are two of the island’s best-loved beaches, from which you can explore the Aegean Sea with adrenalin via the massive array of watersports on offer.
There’s time to wander picturesque Poros Town, visit the historical Monastery of Zoodochos Pighi and sample some of the best Greek food – and cocktails – on the island.
Today we bid farewell to Poros and head for the ancient town of Ermioni. This pine tree backed and beach-lined cove looks and feels just like an island, filled with archaeological ruins and pretty villages.
Take hilltop walks to stunning viewpoints, visit the Venetian castle in Thermisia village or head to the Mandrakia neighbourhood whose lively atmosphere is the perfect place to order a glass of wine from one of the area’s famous vineyards.
Spetses is the island of Greek naval traditions and played a significant role in the 1821 War of Independence, with preserved captain’s mansions on the seafront by the quaint Old Harbour of Dapia, and a thriving town that remains the heart of commercial life on the island.
Horse-drawn carriages can take you on a romantic journey around the old town streets, and the iconic Cathedral of Agios Nikolaos is a must-visit for history lovers.
There are a handful of beaches you can visit, many with water sports facilities, although Zogeriá (Paradise Beach) remains a favourite for sun-worshippers as it is considered the most beautiful with its backdrop of pine trees.
We stay overnight in Spetses, allowing time to wander the atmospheric old town at dusk, where you’ll find lively bars and clubs. You can even join a late-night party on the beach.
On the firth day of our ocean cruising, we sail towards a revered gem of the Aegean – the island of Hydra. With a ban on wheeled and motor vehicles, Hydra uses donkeys as its primary means of transport. However, it’s compact size and layout means it’s just as easy to navigate on foot, where you can stroll its romantic cobble-stoned backstreets and narrow village walkways.
As the heat rises, spend the afternoon in the calm waters swimming or by SUP (stand-up paddle boarding) in the tranquil bay on the Hydra coastline, or pass the time idly dining in a tavern, awaiting one of the best sunsets in Greece.
BBQ Bay Night: The Captain’s Dinner is the signature a la carte dining experience. The perfect closing of the day is by far an enjoyable dinner with all specialities of the greek gastronomy, delicious local meat and off course free shots of ouzo, all prepared by our experienced staff. Enjoy the enchanting atmosphere of such a dinner at the most cosmopolitan island of Greece, Hydra and feel the vibe of the island. This dinner is unique, as it is also accompanied with rhythmic music and that’s a challenge for you to show your dance skills!
We will moor at the tiny fishing village of Perdika, perched on the idyllic eastern shores of Aegina Island, known for its temple of Athena Aphaia.
Here you can indulge in some the Saronic Islands’ best seafood, as well as spend the afternoon swimming in the crystal-clear waters and wandering around the picture-perfect bay, before heading to the taverna-lined harbour for the last Greek island feast.
After a refreshing morning swim in the sparkling blues of the Aegean Sea, we’ll set sail for our final destination on your island-hopping sailing trip. Enjoy the sea breeze and ocean views as you relax onboard.
We’ll arrive back in Athens in plenty of time for you to continue your exploration of the city. Our crew will be on hand to give you some top tips and local insights, to find corners of the city you wouldn’t otherwise know.
After your breakfast on board this is our departure day, where you’ll be saying goodbye to your new friends and your crew. End of our services
Please consulta us for post accommodation possibilities in Athens.