Blue coves, white beaches, islands both big and small – to explore this slice of paradeisos, you’re gonna need a boat.
You know those moments in life when you wonder, is this even real? On a sailing trip to Greece’s Cyclades Islands, that happens a lot. It strikes when you wake up on the Mediterranean and dive in for a swim. When you sail into Mykonos and realise that big rock over there is actually the petrified body of a giant once defeated by Hercules (or so the legend goes). You’ll feel it when you dock off the coast of a deserted island, when you get lost in the white-washed streets of Apollonia, or when you share a shot of ouzo with a local fisherman. But trust us, it’s real. And it’s waiting for you.
Our sailing tours in Greece
Highlights of Greece sailing
Ocean Star 56
In Greece, you’ll be travelling aboard the Ocean Star 56. Designed and built in Greece, this comfortable, stylish yacht features 5 cabins, a spacious cockpit and roomy saloon with U-shaped seetee. Welcome to your home on the sea!
Meet your skipper
'I love the freedom of sailing. I learned to sail in a rubber dinghy with a small sail, and from there I became a sailing instructor in Corsica in 1975. I’ve sailed the Caribbean, but now I mostly sail the Mediterranean Sea. I like island hopping and exploring islands with their unique harbour villages and beautiful bays. I believe to really get the most out of your sailing adventure you must be flexible, forgiving, helpful and authentic.' – Kutte, Cyclades Islands
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