Ready for the best week of your life? Our flagship flotilla holiday this summer will take place in the magical Greek Islands. It is set to be the trip of a lifetime, as together we explore the Saronic region of Greece.  

What’s Included In Your Week


Start in Lavrion on mainland Greece - closest airport is Athens


We visit the islands of Dokos, Aegina, Hydra & Poros as well as mainland Greece


Holiday with a boutique company with 5-star reviews


Ideal for both singles and couples, young and old


ZERO sailing experience necessary

Super Earlybird Price  €847 (~ £735*)


A Dinghy & Outboard for zipping ashore


Choose you own Crew OR we’ll introduce you to similar people


Sailing lessons from a qualified RYA instructor


Some of the best new friends you'll ever meet



7 Days & 7 Nights of Adventure Sailing & exploring


Your OWN private yacht & skipper


Encounter unspoilt islands, private beaches and swim in the crystal-clear waters


Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Temple of Asklepios in Ephidavros and other cultural wonders


Race in the Annual STM Sailing Race


Explore the finest islands of the Saronic region


Experience a different harbour, private bay & town every night

What We Don’t Do


We do NOT use skippers under 30 to manage a boat of grown-ups


We NEVER squeeze 10 people onto boats designed to sleep 8


NO one sleeps in the boat's lounge (i.e. the Saloon)


NO sneaky made up €80 Euro "Port Departure" taxes payable


NO financial liability for the yacht (unlike most operators)


NO cost to substitute if you have to cancel joining

This epic sailing adventure starts from the quaint town of Lavrion, the prettiest of all the port towns. We’ll set sail around 4pm and follow the magnificent coastline South until we reach the historic town of Sounio. We’ll get you there in time for sunset at the ancient Temple of Poseidon, truly a sight to behold. The fun doesn’t stop after dark though, we’ll be celebrating our first night in style in the town.

Get your sea legs ready for a morning on the open sea. We’ll stop for a midday swim on our way to the uninhabited island of Dokos. The turquoise waters and rocky outcrops of this island will be our home for the evening.

Today we head to the mythical island of Hydra. Arriving at midday so we can get the full experience of this magical island, where the only form of transport is donkey. One of the trip highlights, with its outstanding architecture, white washed houses with terracotta roofs built into the hillside, not to mention the abundance of picturesque tavernas. Don’t be fooled this town becomes alive at night and the ouzo will be flowing!

From Hydra we set sail for Perdika. There’ll be plenty of reasons to get the snorkels out during this beautiful day sailing around the Saronic islands, before we spend a chilled evening in the traditional fishing village of Perdika,

For those of you in need of a cultural fix UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Temple of Asklepios in Epidavros will blow your socks off! One of the worlds incredible wonders, this ancient Roman Amphitheatre has been wonderfully persevered and casually has the most magnificent backdrop of the Greek mainland. After this we’ll settle down in the bay of Epidavros for a banging beach party that evening.

Now we put you to the test, who’s been listening and who hasn’t, as we welcome the Annual STM Sailing Race – no skippers allowed! Some serious swimming delights to be discovered as we reach our final island, the amazing island of Poros. Get your glad rags out and your dancing shoes on as we paint the town red on town red, after our prize giving dinner in the most happening town in the region!

Nothing like a day on the open ocean to help you blow away the cobwebs! We’ve got yet more magical swimming stops, enchanting islands and stunning scenery for you guys to get your fill, before we return to port late afternoon.

Getting There/Away

The best option is to fly into the international airport of Athens. You can fly from most airports in the UK, Athens also has great connections across Europe.

From Athens there are two options to get to the port of Lavrion. Option 1, bus from the airport which takes an hour and cost 5 Euros or Option 2, taxi which takes 34-40 minutes and costs 10-15 Euros per person. You’re bound to be on the same flight as a host of other people, so don’t worry too much about the transfers until closer to your arrival.


We’ll be sailing from Lavrion at 4pm on Saturday 24th August, but don’t worry if you’re on a later flight, we’re staying just 10 minutes further down the road for our first night. There are a number of flights that arrive in to Athens on the Saturday morning, or extend your trip and get a flight in the night before. You can get return flights for under £177 per person.

There are many airlines that fly to Athens including:

British Airways
Aegean Air


Our suggested flights:


WizzAir £50.99
Friday 23rd August
15:25 London Luton to Athens 21:10

EasyJet £72.65
Friday 23rd August
14:10 London Gatwick to Athens 20:25

Ryanair £68.33
Friday 23rd August
06:45 – 12:35

Ryanair £79.55
Saturday 24th August
06:45 London Luton to Athens 12:35


Ryanair £125.77
Monday 2nd September
15:15 Athens to London Luton 16:05

Eurowings £138.10
Sunday 1st September
12:20 Athens to 16:25 London Heathrow

Ryanair £170.90
Sunday 1st September
14:20 Athens to London Luton 16:10

Ryanair £197.66
Sunday 1st September
06:55 Athens to London Stansted 08:45


Greece is one of the Med’s most popular destinations, so if you can’t find something that suits your price point, then look to arrive a day early (Friday 23rd) and look at a variety of flights options heading back to the UK (Saturday 31st Sept after 8 p.m, or Sunday 1st Sept).

We always suggest that people stay a weekend after sailing and explore some more. Lavrion and Athens have some great accommodation whatever your budget

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