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$1999 / Per Person

By the Cabin Greece/Paros – 6 nights

Discover the Cyclades, famed for sandy beaches, iconic blue and white architecture, and some of the most famous Greek Islands.
7 days

What’s Included

  • 6 nights accommodation on your own Catamaran
  • Daily breakfast and lunch provided onboard
  • Two evening meals onboard your yacht
  • RYA-qualified Skipper & professional Host
  • Welcome drink and local aperitifs
  • 2 Stand-up paddleboards & snorkelling equipment
  • Wine, beer, or soft drinks served with your meals
  • One Complimentary Excursion
  • Complimentary tea, coffee and drinking water
  • Bath towels and fresh linen for the week

What’s Not Included

  • Airfares
  • Transfers
  • Personal travel insurance
Day 1 :
  • Paros & Naoussa Take a stroll amongst the cobbled streets, boutique shops, and windmills before meeting your crew at the marina. Departing Paros in the afternoon, we'll have a short sail North to the picturesque fishing village of Naoussa. Enjoy strolling what is considered to be one of the prettiest and most photographed villages in the Cyclades. Full of Greek authenticity and traditional character, with its whitewashed houses and churches. Enjoy some delicious local cuisine by the water, and raise a glass to an incredible week ahead.
Day 2 :
  • Naxos Enjoy a sunrise sail as we head to the largest island of the Cyclades. According to mythology, Naxos is where the god Dionysus taught the inhabitants to make wine, so be sure to sample the local varieties, or take a wine tour. With its mountain villages, ancient ruins and long stretches of beach, the island is perfect for exploring.
Day 3 :
  • Koufonisia Enjoy a scenic sail as we head over to the crystal clear waters of Koufonisia. Making the most of the day, we’ll sail around the small Cyclades at a leisurely pace, looking out for hidden wrecks and stunning bays along the way. Spend your afternoon swimming and exploring the town, before enjoying a meal ashore in a local taverna and settling in for a quiet night under the stars.
Day 4 :
  • Schinoussa Often referred to as the jewel of the Cyclades, experience traditional island life in Schinoussa. With a charming old town and terraced hills sweeping down to sandy beaches, you'll have ample opportunities for swimming, hiking or just relaxing onboard. Dotted with traditional tavernas the cuisine is exquisite, offering some of the finest dining in the islands.
Day 5 :
  • Ios After a morning swim we’ll sail across to the beautiful island of Ios. Enjoy the peaceful side of this island discovering secluded beaches, ancient ruins and charming bays or make your way to the hilltop church of Panagia Gremiotissa for an outstanding view over the bay. Ios is well known for its lively bars and watersports, so is a great choice to enjoy a few sunset cocktails.
Day 6 :
  • Antiparos Heading North, our week ends on a high as we set sail to Antiparos. Enjoy a swim at the blue caves before strolling around the cobbled and peaceful walkways of this charming town. In the evening, sit down to a delicious traditional feast whilst reminiscing about the beautiful islands, and admiring another stunning Greek sunset.
Day 7 :
  • Paros Enjoy your final sail as we head back to Paros, stopping at your skippers favourite secluded bays along the way. You'll have plenty of time to enjoy a delicious brunch onboard the yacht, swim, paddleboard and soak up the Greek sunshine before saying your goodbyes and raising a glass to an unforgettable holiday.
Day 1 :
  • Paros & Naoussa Take a stroll amongst the cobbled streets, boutique shops, and windmills before meeting your crew at the marina. Departing Paros in the afternoon, we'll have a short sail North to the picturesque fishing village of Naoussa. Enjoy strolling what is considered to be one of the prettiest and most photographed villages in the Cyclades. Full of Greek authenticity and traditional character, with its whitewashed houses and churches. Enjoy some delicious local cuisine by the water, and raise a glass to an incredible week ahead.
Day 2 :
  • Naxos Enjoy a sunrise sail as we head to the largest island of the Cyclades. According to mythology, Naxos is where the god Dionysus taught the inhabitants to make wine, so be sure to sample the local varieties, or take a wine tour. With its mountain villages, ancient ruins and long stretches of beach, the island is perfect for exploring.
Day 3 :
  • Koufonisia Enjoy a scenic sail as we head over to the crystal clear waters of Koufonisia. Making the most of the day, we’ll sail around the small Cyclades at a leisurely pace, looking out for hidden wrecks and stunning bays along the way. Spend your afternoon swimming and exploring the town, before enjoying a meal ashore in a local taverna and settling in for a quiet night under the stars.
Day 4 :
  • Schinoussa Often referred to as the jewel of the Cyclades, experience traditional island life in Schinoussa. With a charming old town and terraced hills sweeping down to sandy beaches, you'll have ample opportunities for swimming, hiking or just relaxing onboard. Dotted with traditional tavernas the cuisine is exquisite, offering some of the finest dining in the islands.
Day 5 :
  • Ios After a morning swim we’ll sail across to the beautiful island of Ios. Enjoy the peaceful side of this island discovering secluded beaches, ancient ruins and charming bays or make your way to the hilltop church of Panagia Gremiotissa for an outstanding view over the bay. Ios is well known for its lively bars and watersports, so is a great choice to enjoy a few sunset cocktails.
Day 6 :
  • Antiparos Heading North, our week ends on a high as we set sail to Antiparos. Enjoy a swim at the blue caves before strolling around the cobbled and peaceful walkways of this charming town. In the evening, sit down to a delicious traditional feast whilst reminiscing about the beautiful islands, and admiring another stunning Greek sunset.
Day 7 :
  • Paros Enjoy your final sail as we head back to Paros, stopping at your skippers favourite secluded bays along the way. You'll have plenty of time to enjoy a delicious brunch onboard the yacht, swim, paddleboard and soak up the Greek sunshine before saying your goodbyes and raising a glass to an unforgettable holiday.
Are the trips suitable for children?
Children are welcome on private charters, but any guests under the age of 18 will not be permitted on shared cabin charters.
What’s included in the Explorer package?
Your Explorer trip will include six or seven nights on board, helmed by your RYA Yachtmaster Skipper, half board meals with wine prepared by your professional host. Standard yacht supplies such as towels and bed linen for the week, paddleboards and snorkelling gear will also be included!
What is not included?
Visas, travel insurance, flights, extra activities and excursions are not included. Please contact us if you require further information on travelling to any of our destinations or if you need any assistance with your travel plans.
On which days does the yacht charter start and end?
All of our trips are 6 or 7-nights beginning on Saturday and check-in and out time can vary across the Explorer itineraries. If you would like to find out specific timings please email us at [email protected] and let us know what destination you are hoping to sail!
What can I expect with half & full board meal options?
Half board will consist of breakfast and lunch onboard your yacht. Breakfast on board is served Continental with local produce and fresh coffee. There will be a hot accompaniment each morning which may be savoury or sweet - including favourites such as pancakes, eggs benedict or freshly baked muffins. Lunch will be a typical Mediterranean meal, accompanied by lovely fresh bread & salads, catering to any dietary requirements as specified by clients. Enjoy the best of fresh, local produce and regional wine to accompany.
What should I pack for my sailing holiday?
We suggest packing casual summer attire, swimwear, beach towel and appropriate footwear. We advise against hard-cased, wheelie suitcases. The less you pack, the more room on board and in your cabin, making for a more comfortable sailing holiday! We also recommend packing a portable charger, any medication needed and your own reusable water bottle.
Do I need to bring boat shoes or trainers?
Not for sailing. The temperatures are warm enough that you can stay barefoot onboard your yacht or even just a pair of flip-flops. We do recommend a decent pair of shoes for any shore-side walking excursions or if you choose to go cycling or hire a moped for the afternoon.
Can you cater for dietary requirements on board?
Yes. Our Hosts are well equipped to cater for any specialist dietary requirements. We do also recommend supplementing your meals with suitable specialist foods, as the variety in smaller towns can be quite limited.
Can I bring my own food and drink on board?
Yes, all our Prestige and Superior class trips are BYO. There are supermarkets or local stores at the majority of our destinations so you can replenish your supplies throughout the week. Guests are allowed to stock the yacht with whatever drinks and snacks they choose.
Can you recommend places for dining out at night?
For dinner you can choose from the range of restaurants and bars on offer at each of our destinations – we are happy to help with recommendations or ask your Skipper or Host to recommend his/her favourite.
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