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Sailing in Greece

Travel to the islands of myth and adventure

Cruising around the Greek islands is in  itself a unique experience, one that you’ll want to relive again and again, whichever route you choose.

The seas of myth, freedom and the big blue. The Aegean and the Ionian. The epicentre of the Eastern Mediterranean, with 6,000 islands and islets. There are endless ways to get to know with sailboat.  Whether with your own, rented, with a captain and crew, or without. Scuba diving, water sports, competitive sailing, rallies in the Aegean. Revitalising experiences, full of luxury, relaxation, authentic moments in traditional fishing ports, cosmopolitan Greek islands and unforgettable fun. From Mart March until October the Greek seas are an open invitation for all!


Sailing in the Greek islands: freedom and adventure
The sailboat’s bow caresses the waves. The wind picks up – the Greek Meltemi winds are a constant challenge. You sail sideways to the wind. You fly over and above the wave, tilt and touch the sea foam. A synchronised dance with an experienced ‘partner’. But that is the essence of sailing the Aegean in the summer. A powerful adventure. A sense of freedom. You slow the pace, and then pick it up again. The next port awaits.

The captain plots the course
Your morning begins with an excursion in a yacht to the islands. A pine-studded coastline, with secret coves, crystalline water, fishing villages. Sunscreen, sun hat, towel, bathing suit and you find your spot on the deck to take in the majestic view. You don’t have to worry about a thing: you’ve rented a boat with a captain that will take care of everything.

Each one of Greek islands is picture-perfect. The fishermen mend their nets and you wave to them from afar. Children run out to the marina and help your captain moor the yacht.  You smile, disembark and say good morning.

Luxury onboard
The crew has already taken care of mooring the boat, and you are carefree. The first aperitif of the evening is served in the lounge, along with a few delicacies prepared by your private chef. A unique trip to the islands of the Aegean with a yacht, with a full-service crew. Mykonos, Paros, Naxos, Milos. Rhodes, Kos, Symi, Sporades. The Greek seas promise unforgettable holidays aboard your luxury yacht, your ‘palace’, that will take you to unique and magnificent landscapes.

Travel to a mythical sea
Greece in September. Sailing and breathing in the sea of eternal myths and history. The islands and islets of the Small Cyclades parade themselves in front of you, with their emerald water and sea caves. The myths unfold with the waves. Nereas – the sea god that fathered fifty daughters, the Nereids, that lived in the depths of the Aegean Sea. Poseidon, the God of the Sea. The Gorgons. The Aegean autumn shines bright before your eyes, the light caressing the coastline. Live your myth in Greece.

In harbours near and far
Every boat trip in the Aegean, Ionian, Argosaronic and around the Peloponnese, is a trip to Greece’s ancient and modern history. The famous prehistoric settlement of Akrotiri in Santorini, and the cavernous villages of the Caldera with its inspiring architecture: Fira, Imerovigli, Oia. The Proto-Cycladic settlement of Skarkos in Ios, and its classical Cycladic Hora. Delos in its entirety, the most significant archaeological site in the Aegean.

Nearby Mykonos, synonymous with luxury and non-stop fun. Rhodes, with its Old Town and Lindos, and their mediaeval ambience. Knossos and Faistos in Crete, as well as the old cities of Hania and Rethymnos. Corfu, with its Venetian charm, whose town has been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site. Its imposing fortresses are considered masterpieces of fortification. And of course, Attica, with Sounion and Athens’ awe-inspiring Parthenon and world-renowned New Acropolis Museum. Drop your anchor and explore. Every destination has a fascinating history.

Wherever the wind blows
In Ancient Greece they were called Etesian, today the Greek winds are called Meltemi. They are the seasonal north winds that reach 5-7 Beaufort, and exist in the Aegean from May until September. They are the reason windsurf and kitesurf enthusiasts love coming here. They are the magnet that attracts competitive sailors, as they provide ideal sailing conditions, and reduce the distance between the Aegean islands. The Aegean Regatta, the Cyclades Regatta, the International Aegean Sailing Rally, the Crete Union Cup and the Rhodes Cup.  Experienced, skilful and daring sailors from all over the world come to be challenged, and ultimately rewarded. After the win, the celebrations are just as fun as the races.

Dock, and stay forever
Fully organised marinas, ports and secluded coves protected from the winds.

Your options for docking when travelling the Greek seas are endless, and the short distances between the islands of the Aegean and the Ionian allow you to improvise or change direction, depending on your mood. Corfu, Lefkada, Kalamata, Tzia/Zea, Alimos, Vouliagmeni. Porto Karras and Sani Resort in Halkidiki, Mytilini, Samos, Leros, Rhodes and Kos. Agios Nikolaos in Crete. Marinas that have high standards of service, safety, luxury restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, sights and attractions, and traditional villages all around them.

Greek islands: a mosaic of experiences
They are so close, so many, and yet so different from each other. The Greek islands offer endless experiences. Discover virgin beaches, hidden coves, sea caves, islets. Visit picturesque ports, volcanoes, marine parks, impressive capes, ancient cities, lighthouses. Enjoy the experience of sailing from island to island. Get to know these unique Aegean islands, with hospitable people, quaint villages, diverse nature and authentic flavours.

Magical moments in the Aegean Sea
Sailing holidays in Greece. Docking in isolated beaches and secret coves. You’ll be mesmerised by the different shades of blue. Play with dolphins and follow the trails of Caretta caretta turtles in the sand. Cook on board, organise a barbeque on an uninhabited islet. Celebrate your wedding, honeymoon or anniversary at sea. Dock at one of the many fully-organised marinas in the Aegean.

At night, walk along the harbours and in town, through the cobblestone streets, restaurants, chic boutiques and bars. Savour the flavours of fresh fish and seafood, paired with local wines. Become one with the multicultural crowd of people, dancing until dawn. Magical moments in the Greek seas.

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The Ionian Islands

“You can’t except less than divine landscapes and crystal waters form the land of Gods. Feel the ultimate sailing excitement leaving Aeolus to lead your sailboat ina majestic journey to the Mediterranean sea. With over 2.000 islands and the largest coastline in Europe featuring 16.300km of unparalleled beauty, you will experience Poseidon’s hospitality during your yacht charter vacation. Taste the famous Mediterranean cuisine while sailing on board to the countless hidden coves”


IONIO is one of the most popular yachting destinations in the world and definitely the most “yachting-friendly” in Greece, due to the:

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  • Unique beauty of its islands and its coasts of Western Greece, with lush vegetation, crystalline turquoise sea, beautiful bays and peninsulas.
  • Hundreds of amazing protected bays and beaches of all kinds (isolated, organized, small, large etc) with turquoise or emerald crystalline waters, that will satisfy even the most demanding visitor. Five among the most beautiful beaches in the world are found there: Navagio (Shipwreck) in Zakynthos, Porto Katsiki and Egremni in Lefkada, Myrtos in Kefallonia, Voutoumi in Antipaxi (near Paxi).
  • Large variety of destinations character and landscape: Larger cosmopolitan islands with superior tourist infrastructure (Corfu, Kefallonia, Zakynthos), smaller, primitive or uninhabited islands, many towns and villages of various sizes and styles, very picturesque ports, rivers and many more.
  • Very good yachting infrastructure and facilities, in most of its destinations. In Ionio you will find many smaller or larger private organized marinas, with relatively low rates, compared to other European marinas, along with many safe public ports offering berth places and facilities at low or insignificant cost.
  • Many picturesque coastal settlements, offering shelter, berth places, facilities, cozy restaurants and cafes.
  • Numerous idyllic protected bays, with crystalline waters, offering safe anchorage for an unforgettable overnight stay.
  • Short distances between beautiful destinations, accessed through safe sea passages.
  • Numerous entertainment options : Stylish restaurants, tavernas, beach bars, cafes, clubs found in most destinations, that will satisfy all types of visitors. You can find everything in Ionio: Cozy eateries by the sea, awarded gourmet restaurants, traditional village tavernas in the mainland, international cuisine.
  • Delicious food and local products, such as good wines (Kefalonia, Lefkada, Zakynthos, Corfu), liquors, the famous salami of Lefkas, the famous koumkouat of Corfu (resembles to a tiny orange), olive oil etc.
  • Mild winds , calm sea and pleasant climate. Strong winds last only a few days during the summer and even then, you can enjoy some sailing and swimming inside the protected bay of Eastern Lefkas, with the small idyllic islands.
  • Important history and culture dating from the antiquity, many museums, archaeological sites, churches, monasteries and other attractions. Ithaca Island is the home town of Ulysse (Odysseas) and Corfu is the island of Feakes (both from Homeric Odyssea).
  • Different character and architecture , if compared to other Greek areas, due to the long-term rule by the Venetians, the French and the British and the short-term Ottoman rule (in contrary to the more than four hundred years, of the Ottoman rule on the most other Greek areas).

Ionio, offers various kinds of islands and destinations, that will excite all kinds of visitors. Ideal for those who love:

  • Cosmopolitan destinations with developed towns or touristic beach resorts with many restaurants, bars and intense day and night life, are: Corfu Town, Corfu’s numerous beach resorts, Zakynthos Town, Zakynthos’ beach resorts, Argostoli Town (Kefallonia), Lefkas Town, Parga Town, Preveza Town.
  • Large islands , with developed cities, many tourist resorts, villages, yet with amazing beaches, endless beauties and many attractions, are: Corfu, Kefallonia, Zakynthos.
  • Medium sized islands, with amazing beaches and beauties, having an equal amount of authenticity and tourist development, is: Lefkas.
  • Primitive islands, where life seems to be forgotten in the past, are: Kalamos, Kastos, Erikousa, Othoni, Mathraki and Meganisi (which is being developed to a more touristic destination, recently).
  • Exceptionally beautiful destinations with amazing beaches, that keep their authenticity, while offering a satisfactory level of quality tourist and entertainment infrastructure, are: Paxi island, Ithaki island, Sivota (Thesprotia), Fiskardo (Kefallonia), Sivota (Lefkada), Vassiliki (Lefkada), Pylos Town (West Peloponese).

The BEST of IONIO, that one should not miss are:

1) PAXI island, for the:

– Breathtakingly turquoise Voutoumi beach (Antipaxi island)

– Magnificently picturesque ports of Gaios (capital & main port), Laka (with amazing turquoise sea) & Loggos, with the local architecture and the cozy restaurants and bars.

– The Blue Sea Caves (west coast) with the tiny beaches and the turquoise waters.

– Authentic character of this little island, maintaining its quality, its color and its local architecture.

– Islands’ tour for the turquoise sea and the impressive rocky formations.

and for many more.

2) LEFKAS Island, for the:

– Breathtaking beaches of the West Coast (Porto Katsiki, Egremni etc) and its numerous amazing coves and beaches of different types and sizes, all with crystalline turquoise waters.

– Sivota fishing village, located in an impressive fjord, with excellent tavernas and cozy cafes by the sea.

– Agios Nikitas: A very picturesque traditional coastal village (west coast) with nice tavernas and cafes.

– Nydri bay and the nearby little Islands (East) with the idyllic protected anchorages and the lush vegetation. Among others, there you will find Skorpios, the famous island of the world known Greek Tykoon, Aristotelis Onassis, which has been recently rented by the Russian Tykoon Ribolovlev.

– Pleasant so named coastal Capitan Town, with the characteristic colorful houses and the numerous restaurants, cafes and bars, ideal for those who want to enjoy nightlife, by the sea.

– Beautiful private organized marina in the Capital Town of Lefkas.

– Nice mainland and coastal villages, with the traditional tavernas and cafes.

– Pleasant routes passing through pine forests, picturesque villages and offering nice sea views.

– Picturesque coastal resort of Vassiliki (South), with the small port and a wonderful beach, famous as a surf destination.

– Waterfalls on the hill above Nydri.

and for many more….

3) KEFALONIA Island, for the:

– World famous Fiskardo, a cosmopolitan yet very picturesque port attracting celebrities and impressive mega yachts. In Fiskardo one can find excellent restaurants and cafes by the sea along with idyllic coves at its north and south.

– The breathtaking beach of Myrtos (west) and the many more wonderful beaches with turquoise waters.

– Assos, a quiet but very picturesque coastal village with a nice small beach, a castle offering breathtaking views and a few tavernas and cafes.

– Argostoli, the pleasant coastal capital town which is ideal for those seeking an urban destination with many shops, restaurants, cafes and nightlife.

– Cave lake Melissani, in the mainland.

– Skala, a charming coastal settlement, offering quality tourist infrastructure, a long beach and nice restaurants and cafes.

– Numerous villages, resorts and towns, along with Mount Aenos (1.628 m, a protected nature park with a unique endemic kind of spurce), that one can visit by car or on foot.

and for many more…..

4) ITHACA Island, for the:

– Unique natural beauty, the authentic character and the local architecture with the colorful houses, influenced by neoclassical and Italian style.

– Wonderful ports of Vathy (the beautiful small Capital Town, built in an amazing fjord), Kioni and Frikes, with charming houses built according to the local architecture and cozy tavernas and cafes.

– Amazing isolated Gidaki (east) & Afales (north) beaches, with the emerald waters

– Idyllic isolated anchorages and the tiny coves with beautiful beaches and crystalline waters.

– Stavros village on a hill up north, with traditional tavernas and cafes and the Perahori village on a hill above Vathy, with only a couple of tavernas, offering breathtaking views of Vathy fjord and the Ionian sea.

– Important history, dating from antiquity, as it is the homeland of Homeric Ulysse (Odysseas).

and for many more…..

5) CORFU Island, for the:

– Wonderful Capital City (dating from the 8th century BC and inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List) with its, mainly Venetian, architecture, its cosmopolitan character, its impressive main square (the second largest in the Balkans), its castles, its museums, its numerous chic restaurants and cafes, its various shopping options, its nightlife and its numerous attractions.

– Picturesque coves of the Eastern Coasts, with the small charming settlements, offering a few restaurants and cafes.

– Paleokastritsa, the famous idyllic bays of the Northwestern Coast, with the emerald waters, developed to a very touristic resort.

– Numerous beautiful beaches of different sizes and styles

– The intense day and night life offered in the Capital Town, which becomes more intense in some, among the island’s numerous touristic beach resorts.

– Achillion, the famous palace of Princess Sissy of the Austrohungarian Empire.

– Important history and culture, dating from the antiquity and enriched by the long-term influence of the European rulers. Corfu is the Homeric island of Feakes.

– Gouvia Marina, a very large, beautiful and well organized private marina, at 7km from Corfu Town (East coast).

and for many more….

6) SIVOTA (Thesprotia Perfecture), for the:

– Amazing natural beauty of its tiny islets with idyllic protected anchorages and turquoise waters.

– Charming fishing village, developed recently to a quiet tourist resort with hotels, tavernas, cafes and several shops.

and for many more…..

7) KALAMOS Island, for the:

– Beautiful isolated emerald beaches (East) found at the end of a lush pine tree forest

– Little main port and capital village, with the few tavernas and cafes, where life seems to be forgotten in the past.

– Porto Leone, a popular isolated safe anchorage with ruins of some old stone buildings and a church.

– Lush vegetation and primitiveness of the island

and for many more…..

8) ATOKOS uninhabited island, for its wonderful beaches with the turquoise waters and the impressive rock formations.

9) PARGA Town, for the:

– Natural beauty of its landscape, its architecture and its vibrant atmosphere, with the numerous restaurants and cafés.

– Wonderful beaches, found at a short distance by feet or by car.

– Aherondas river, the cleanest of Europe, found a few miles South of Parga. Smaller boats can sail through this narrow beautiful river which in Greek Mythology was considered as the “door” to the world of deads. Close to its mouth, you will find a few tavernas and beautiful beaches.

and for many more…..

10) ZAKYNTHOS Island, for the:

– Breathtaking Navagio (Shipwreck) beach, one of the most beautiful in the word.

– Blue Sea Caves (NE), with the amazing turquoise waters

– Marathonisi islet, in the large Laganas bay (S), where the Sea Turtle Caretta-Caretta is reproduced. In Laganas bay you will also find a vibrant but very touristic resort, along with some other quieter settlements, with restaurants and tavernas by the sea.

– Numerous wonderful beaches, with golden sand and crystalline waters.

– Small Idyllic fjord-like coves of the west coast.

– Pleasant Capital Town with a large square, numerous restaurants, cafes, shops and the beautiful suburb “Bohali” on the top of the hill, offering magnificent views.

– Charming traditional villages and nice tavernas with sea views, in the mainland.

and for many more…..

11) PYLOS Town (Messinia, West Peloponese), for the:

– Authentic Character, with traditional houses, nice tavernas and cafes. A small marina is also found there.

– Beach of Voidokilia, one of the most beautiful in Greece, found in a small round cove with golden sand and crystalline turquoise waters, a few miles north of Pylos.

– Natural beauty of the area: The nearby Gialova Lagoon, the islet Sapienza, the nearby long sandy beaches etc.

– Important History: Pylos had a presence dating from the antiquity. However, it became world known for the “Sea Battle of Navarino” that took place there, which defined the success of the revolution of the Greeks and their European allies against the Ottoman Empire’s four hundred years’ occupation.

– Nearby picturesque coastal village of Methoni (SW Peloponese) with the wonderful castle and the few tavernas on its sandy beach.

12) OTHONI, MATHRAKI, ERIKOUSA Islands, for the:

– Amazing White Sand beach in Othoni, with the turquoise waters

– Primitiveness and authenticity they offer, as they are remote (located at the SW end of Greece), having very few inhabitants, only a few places to eat and limited tourist – not to mention about yachting- facilities.


  • 20-30 days, would be the ideal charter duration for those wishing to enjoy adequately of the numerous exiting destinations of Ionio.
  • 14-20 days would be enough to visit the most interesting destinations and acquire a satisfactory taste of the area.
  • In 7 days, depending on the yacht’s speed and the time one wants to spend sailing, you can have a good taste of the area, but you will miss many wonderful destinations. The most popular 7 days charter itineraries (starting/ending Lefkas) are:
    a)South & North of Lefkas: Paxi-Antipaxi, Sivota (Thesprotia), Lefkas islands (Meganisi, Skorpios etc), Sivota (S of Lefkas), Ithaca (Vathy & Kioni), Fiskardo (Kefallonia)
    b)South of Lefkas: Lefkas (south bays), Lefkas islands (Meganisi, Skorpios etc), Ithaca (Vathy & Kioni), Fiskardo (Kefallonia), Zakynthos.
    c)Lefkas & the close islands: Lefkas (south bays), Lefkas islands (Meganisi, Skorpios etc), Ithaca (Vathy & Kioni), Fiskardo (Kefallonia), Atokos, Kalamos.
    d)North of Lefkas: Lefkas islands (Meganisi, Skorpios etc), Paxi-Antipaxi, Corfu, Sivota (Thesprotia) & Parga.


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Day 1: Arrive at Kremik

The picturesque bay where Kremik Marina is located is surrounded by 100 year old vineyards which produce the famous Babić wine.
Kremik Marina is well protected as its set into the land. The Kornati National Park is only 30 nautical miles away

Day 2: Zirje Luka, Zirje – 15 miles, 3 hours

Zirje is the largest of the islands lying off the Adriatic coast near Sibenik, but it still measures only 11 km by 2.5 km (6 ½ miles by 1 ½ miles). The coastline of the island has a number of sheltered anchorages easily visited on your yacht charter.

Yachts can tie up on the quayside where there is a single restaurant catering to visiting charterers. Uval Stupica Vela is the island’s most popular anchorage as it is well sheltered and very scenic – an idyllic spot to while away a few quiet hours.

There are other anchorages at Uvala Tratinska and Uvala Mikavica, the latter a deserted inlet with a quay used by the odd tripper boat and visiting charterer during the summer months.

Day 3: Prvic Luka, Prvic – 10 miles, 2 hours

Sail through St Anthony’s Channel, a narrow, cliff-lined waterway which leads from the bay of Sibenik out into the open sea to the island of Prvic. At the far end of the channel lies the sixteenth century St Nicholas’ Fortress, a monumental triangular gun battery placed here by Venetian engineers to keep enemy shipping away from Sibenik’s port. The island of Prvic is surrounded by crystal clear waters.

Day 4: Skradin – 15 miles, 3 hours

Pick up a lazy line at the marina and take a water taxi up to the famous Krka Falls for an unforgettable day at this must-see highlight of Croatia.

Day 5: Primosten – 20 miles, 3 hours

Primosten is a pleasant holiday resort on a small island joined to the mainland by a causeway, lying 20 km south of Sibernik and was originally surrounded by walls to protect the inhabitants from the Turks. The walls are now gone and Primosten is the kind of place where you could rest up quite happily for a day or two, kicking back and doing nothing much at all.

Day 6: Vodice – 20 miles, 4-5 hours

A lively town with a great nightlife, enjoy a delicious meal at one of the many eateries.

Day 7: Free Sailing

Return to the base in the afternoon.

Sailing in Dalmatian islands

Croatia’s climate is ideal for a bareboat sailing holiday from Kremik. With blue skies, consistent warm weather and perfect sailing conditions, Croatia has long been a popular family-friendly bareboat charter destination.

Throughout the cruising season, water temperatures average 22 C (71F). Winds are generally light and variable in the mornings, with afternoon breezes and calm nights. Early and late in the season, southerly and south-easterly winds are variable.

The tidal range is small, only one to two feet, and an Agana yacht charter affords ample opportunity for gentle cruising in sheltered waters.

A yacht charter from Dalmatian Islands is ideal for family-friendly coastal cruising and easy island-hopping.

The climate is beautiful and the seas are calm. In summer, the winds are generally light and variable in the mornings, with afternoon breezes, generally in the range of 5 – 20 knots (5 – 23 Mph), which die down at night.

The tidal range is minimal and summer temperatures average 25 to 28 C (77 – 82F).

Please note that the Croatian authorities require an ICC or RYA Day Skipper certificate as a minimum.

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We are 4 couples and we sail each year with a sailboat. Every year we choose Michali for skeeper. We feel safe and we are quiet. Michalis knows all the beautiful beaches and spends fantastic every year. The sail yacht is in excellent condition with all the necessary equipment. I wish we could come every year.

Smith Alan (03 Jan 2017)

We hired a Bavaria sailboat for a week and we traveled to the bay. The result was perfect, we passed great, swim in crystal clear waters, beautiful beaches with fantastic beaches. The boat was perfect with unimaginable equipment. We felt like we were at our house. We did great, we highly recommend you a sail boat holiday.

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We had a wonderful trip and a wonderful experience booking with Papoulakis Yachting Company. First, I would like to thank you for the cooperation. We returned safe from our sailing week with no unpleasant events. The boat worked fine and we were very happy We passed pleasantly Highly recommend this company.

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Saronic Gulf – Athens Base

One Week Trip


Athens-Kalamaki check-in at 17:00
Athens-Kalamaki Aegina 20NM
Aegina Hydra 30NM
Hydra Spetses 13NM
Spetses Poros 27NM
Poros Aegina 12NM
Aegina Athens-Kalamaki 21NM
Athens-Kalamaki check-out at 09:00

Tow week Trip

Athens-Kalamaki check-in at 17:00
Athens-Kalamaki Aegina 20NM
Aegina Hydra 30NM
Hydra Porto Heli 18NM
Porto Heli Monemvasia 38NM
Monemvasia Kithira 37NM
Kithira Elafonissos 14NM
Elafonissos Porto Gerakas 33NM
Porto Gerakas Leonidio (Plaka) 24NM
Leonidio (Plaka) Nafplio 26NM
Nafplio Spetses 27NM
Spetses Poros 28NM
Poros Aegina 14NM
Aegina Athens-Kalamaki 20NM
Athens-Kalamaki check-out at 09:00


*This programm is just a suggestion.The participants can make changes according to their desir


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