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Feel the Blue

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A wonderful wet honeymoon

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Who needs an Island?

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Argo Saronic Cruise


Embarkations in Athens with a first stop, Poros, about 35 nautical miles from Athens. An exceptionally Green island, with nice beaches and an impressive closeness to the Peloponese you can almost touch it. The nightlife in Poros is filled with great little bars and wonderful fish taverns. Its your first taste of Island Life in Greece and let the relaxing begin. If you’re looking for ancient artifacts and sites – Poros is the island to begin with its famous temples and historic sites.

Travel the next day from Poros to Spetses. A wonderful medium size island that has great anchoring locations for a little beach party and maybe even an open barbecue grill with Fresh fish. Spetses is filled with pine trees, great beaches and a wonderful picturesque old harbor where it’s filled with little outdoor cafes, shops and good restaurants. You can spend the entire day walking the island, touring it by horse and buggy or by bicycle.

Next stop Leonidio, a great anchoring harbor for some great swimming before we are off to the magnificent Monemvassia. Monemvassia is a fabulous old castle that is stunning to photograph and see from your catamaran. The entire city is cobblestone, with wonderful arches and beautifully colored flowers. Monemvassia is famous for its romanticism and the feeling its gives all our guests. Lots of wonderful shops that offer hand made handy crafts, antiquities and local honey, cheese, wines, olives and much more.

From Monemvassia we are off to Kiparisse – from its name alone you know what’s in store for you. It’s named after the Cyprus trees and famous for its large Cypresses that come all the way into the water. After Kiparisse you are off to Hydra, the darling of the Saronic Gulf and together with Spetses, the first two islands to begin the revolution and freedom from the Turks.

Hydra is a magnificent island with stunning cliffs and views. Its architecture is neoclassic and many of the houses still have the old cannons from their house walls. Hydra is not famous for its beaches as it doesn’t really have any, but it is famous for its cliff and rock swimming which is an entirely different experience. You will have to anchor in the harbor though, because Hydras most shallow waters range greater than 100 meters! Hydra is wonderful for a good hike and shake off your sea legs.

We guarantee that you will run through at least one role of film on this island because every angle, every corner of this island has a new photographic surprise waiting for you. Hydra is also famous for the who’s who in the yachting and shipping industry. Its harbor is usually filled with stunning mega yachts from all over the world. Hydra has often been called the Monte Carlo of Greece.

After Hydra, the most suited destination is the ancient Epidavros with is famous Amphitheater where many artists from around the world dream to perform in Epidavros. Its antiquity and its ancient feeling is so present, you can almost see the old philosophers going to go see one of their favorite plays. The theater is still used for ancient plays and if you are lucky or you ask your Yachting Specialists, we will arrange to have your tickets waiting for you where you can experience an original Greek play in a wonderful ancient setting. You won’t find too much English there, but you won’t need it – the experience will be without words.

From Epidavros we are off for a short eight nautical mile stretch to Agistri. A tiny little spot in the Saronic Gulf that is traveled to from all around for its fresh fish and wonderful swimming. Agistris is your last night, so take it all in – the fresh air, the crystal clear waters, the wonderful night swimming and laying on the Catamaran’s net and watching for shooting stars. The warm summer breeze has probably settled down to leave you with an exceptionally quiet still night to let you really clear your mind before your back to the rush of our daily lives.

In the morning, we have a great breakfast with fresh orange juice, coffee and toast and we set sail for our twenty-two (22) nautical mile stretch back to Athens for your disembarkation.

We hope you enjoyed our 10 day journey with us – take a look at our other suggested itineraries to begin to help you plan what your journey will look like.