113-Foot Six-cabin yacht for touring the Greek Isles
Equal measures of grunge and grace, Athens is a spirited mix of history and edginess. The Greek capital rewards open-minded travelers with spontaneous discoveries. Historical capital of Europe, birthplace of democracy, arts, science and philosophy of western civilisation with a wide choice of opportunities for shopping, dining and nightlife
Beyond its bustling port, Aegina has the seductive, easygoing character of a typical Greek island, but with the added bonus of prestigious ancient sites. Weekending Athenians spice up the mix of laid-back locals. Special Aegina treats include the splendid 5th-century Temple of Aphaia and the magical Byzantine Paleohora ruins.
Breathtaking Hydra – no cars. no scooters, just tiny marble-cobbled lanes, donkeys, rocks and sea. Artists and celebrities have all been drawn to Hydra over the years. In addition to the island’s exquisitely preserved stone architecture, divine rural paths and clear, deep waters and cafes are great for people-watching.
On Spetses, bicycles and carriages are primary means of transportation. With its charming town and Dapia Square, the center of the island’s social life, all extending along the seafront, with plenty of boutiques, inviting oceanside restaurants (some of them top-class!), and atmospheric bars to round off the night in style.
Nafplio is one of Greece’s prettiest and most romantic towns with a knockout waterside location beneath the towering Palamidi fortress. Its graced with attractive narrow streets, elegant Venetian houses, neoclassical mansions and interesting museums. It’s also chock-full of tavernas, posh boutiques and comfortable hotels and guesthouses.
Ermioni in Greece is a small seaside town on the eastern coasts of Peloponnese. Constructed on the hill slopes around a beautiful port, this town has revived over the last decades featuring traditional architecture and the natural beauty of Ermioni Greece attract many families looking for peaceful vacations.
Paros’ bustling capital with its ancient remains, the resort town of Naoussa and sweet rural villages are all the more charming for their relative lack of crowds, and there’s plenty to do, with good walks, plus excellent windsurfing, kite-surfing and diving.
ONE FULL WEEK
First Day Athens to AEgina
Second Day Aegina to Hydra
Third Day Hydra to Spetses
Fourth Day Spetses to Nafplio
Fifth Day Nafplio to Ermioni
Sixth Day Ermioni to Poros
Seventh Day Poros to Athens
113-Foot Yacht - Six 6 Beautiful Cabins
Fully Paid – Board Meeting Cancelled 1/2 Price!
May 6th from Athens & back to Athens May 13th