Included in the charter rate:
The hire and the insurance of the yacht, a fully qualified crew 3 (captain, cook and stewardess),
Daily maid cleaning service, Satin linen – Towels daily,
The welcome on the boat : ( with fresh fruits, Hellenic variety appetizers, and soft drinks) and a basket with bottles (ouzo, wine),
Saronic Gulf (from Athens)
A.P.A: Advance Provisioning Allowance: In addition to the yacht charter fee, you will also be asked to pay an APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance) of 30% of the charter fee. This is given to the yacht’s captain in cash prior to your yacht charter to allow him to buy fuel, provision the yacht with food and drink as per your demands, and cover any other expenses relating to the cost of your yacht charter (including fuel for a RIB or other tenders or jet skis; fuel for generators; consumable stores; berthing dues and other harbor charges away from the yacht’s own berth, including pilotage fees and charges for water and electricity taken from the shore; laundry yacht, WiFi). At the end of the charter, the captain will produce full accounts of all expenditures. You will either be refunded any money not used or asked to pay any additional costs not covered by the APA.
Gratuities: A yacht’s crew will work extremely hard and very long hours to make sure that your yacht charter is a total success, and whilst not mandatory it is customary to leave a gratuity (tip) at the end of a yacht charter. For excellent service, it is standard to leave a tip of between 10-15% of the charter fee, which should be given to the crew.
ATHENS (KALLITHEA) - POROS - HYDRA - PORTO HELI - SPETSES - ERMIONI - EPIDAURUS - AEGINA - ATHENS ((KALLITHEA)
ATHENS (ALIMOS) - KEA - SYROS - MYKONOS - PAROS - KYTHNOS - SOUNIO - ATHENS (ALIMOS)
Day 1: Athens - Poros (about 30 nautical miles)
The crew will meet you at 13:30 at the Alimos Kalamaki marina. Your boat is located on pontoon 9, between place 911-921. You will be welcomed with a welcome drink before attending a briefing with your skipper. Around 2:30 pm, you will be cast off for a first swim break in Aegina, an ancient maritime and trading city of Ancient Greece. A lunch prepared with local produce will be served during the crossing. You will anchor in Poros at the end of the day. This island will seduce you with its old-fashioned charm and pastel-colored houses and traditional taverns. You will have dinner in a local restaurant at your wish.
Day 2: Poros - Spetses (about 27 nautical miles)
You will leave Poros and head for the Tselevinia Islands for a relaxing stop. Take this opportunity to jump into the water and do a few lengths before lunch. Then you will head out to Spetsès, an island with a sweet jasmine scent, much appreciated by Greek locals. You will anchor in a beautiful old port and will explore the island by foot or by horse-drawn carriage. You will see the lively district of Dapia and its famous Poseidonion Hotel which was built back in 1914. We recommend you also check out local shops, cafes, and restaurants. Dinner in a local restaurant at your wish.
Day 3 : Spetses - Hermione (about 16 nautical miles)
You reach the beach of Zogeria, located in a small cove only a few cables north of Spetses. You will quickly be seduced by its white sand lined with countless pines, its azure water, and its chapel. After lunch, the skipper will hoist the sails to the south of the Peloponnese. You will stop at Hermione, a fishing village, mentioned by Homer in his work, the "Catalogue of Ships". Once ashore, you will have free time to explore every alley in the old city. Dinner as your wish on land
Day 4: Hermione - Dokos (about 5 nautical miles)
After having breakfast, you will depart for Dokos. This wild and uninhabited island is totally protected from tourism. A favorite place for sailors, its idyllic anchorages, such as the Bay of Skintos, will make your stopover an enchanting experience. You will be seated around the table to taste the delicious local dishes prepared by your hostess. Avail of the snorkeling gear to watch the extraordinary show underwater. Dinner on board.
Day 5: Dokos - Hydra (about 7 nautical miles)
The crew hoists up the anchor and heads to one of Greece's most beautiful islands, Hydra. You will appreciate the peaceful atmosphere that prevails on this island where motor vehicles were banned years ago. As your day is free, you can explore the island at your own pace and discover the Assumption Monastery, the Museum of Archives, and many others. Climbing to the top of the hill overlooking the city, you will have a breathtaking view of the port. At the end of the day, the colors are even more spectacular. Lunch and dinner are free.
Day 6: Hydra - Perdika (about 22 nautical miles)
Your cruise continues a little further north. You will stop in Perdika, a charming fishing village located southwest of Aegina. Its rocky beaches are beautiful. We recommend you pick a spot on one of them and take a swim or relax under the warm sunshine. You can taste delicious local seafood by visiting the fish market which is located near the port. This evening you will enjoy your free dinner while admiring the sunset.
Day 7: Perdika - Athens (about 21 nautical miles)
Why not start your day with a morning swim? You will spend the morning on Moni (nature reserve, located just 1 mile from Perdika) and meet hundreds of peacocks, unique inhabitants of the island. Moni’s crystal-clear water is perfect for a snorkeling session. After lunch, it will be time to set sail again for Athens. You will dock at the marina around 18:00. To end your trip in style, we recommend a short getaway to the ancient city to visit Acropolis and its archaeological treasures. Dinner as your wish on land.
Day 8: Athens
Your disembarkation is scheduled after breakfast, around 10:00.