Here are the indicative itineraries and spots we can visit during our sailing cruises from Athens/Aegina in May, June, September and October.
From Piraeus (the harbor of Athens) there is dozens ferries and "dolphins" each day to Aegina and fast ones need just 40 minuts. You can take a mornig Ferry and then set sails immediatly, or arrive the evening and spend your first night on board in Aegina harbor.
So Aegina is very easy to reach from Athens, and starting from there allows us to optimize the itinerary in the islands and Peloponnese.
These indicative itineraries are for one week, if you hire the yacht for a shorter period, just let us know your priorities to do the best itinerary for you.
This quiet itinerary (with shorter sailing routes) allows to have plenty of time to enjoy the islands and small coves:
Aegina island - Kyra islet - Epidavros - Poros - Hydra - Spetses - Perdika - Angistri islet - Aegina
This itinerary allows to discover the wild coast of West Peloponnese up to Monemvasia. The day you visit Monemvasia there is no lunch on board as you will be on shore, and it is a day with only breakfast on board.
Aegina - Poros - Hydra - Kyparissi - Monemvasia - Ieraka - Fokianos - Spetse - Aegina
The captain can suit the itinerary to your wishes taking in consideration different elements as harbours, weather forecast, time of sailing and... return date. In one day cruise you can spend time swimming in a cove, visit Epidaurus and come back the evening to Aegina, or make the round of Aegina and visit the Aphaia temple. In 2 days you can do both, in 3 days you can also go to Hydra etc...
If you take a 2 weeks cruise, we can go to all the spots mentionned below and even sail to Elafonisos and Kythira...