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Saronic Yacht Charters



Athens or Akiton

Greek (English widely spoken)

€3 a pint

The shimmering, mystical Aegean sea has been calling to sailors for thousands of years. An intriguing history surrounds this sun-baked region of outstanding natural beauty.

With crystal clear waters at your feet and all the tzatziki you could eat; dare to indulge. From sheltered bays to secluded coves, ancient architecture and remarkable history, Greece is the ideal all-rounder.


With over 6000 islands to explore, there are multiple routes to choose from. You decide between the Saronic, Ionian, Cyclades Islands. Explore what each has to offer below.


Why the Saronic?

Explore some of the most beautiful towns that the Aegean sea has to offer.


A route steeped in history, ancient Greece at its finest.

Calm protected waters, short distances and a steady wind make for a relaxed sailing experience.

Enjoy some of the best food Europe has to offer at some stunning restaurants throughout the route.


Discover Spetses by moped or quad bike, you won’t want to miss this enchanting island.

Cheap and convenient flights to Athens International 

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Saronic Route


Day 1 - Aegina

Arrive in a Capital steeped in history. Explore the historic Acropolis before a sunset sail towards the island of Aegina, spending the night under its towering cliffs. Choose between caves and cliff jumping. Or do both!


Day 2 - Poros

Sail down to the beautiful island of Poros for a beach boogie at Love bay before exploring this quaint town in the evening. Hike up to the church at the top of the town before settling for dinner at one of the many quayside restaurants. 


Day 3 - Dokos

Spend the night on the uninhabited island of Dokos. Crystal clear waters, and complete isolation... Apart from a few goats that is! If you're feeling adventurous, hike up to the top of the island for the most stunning of sunsets.

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Day 4 - Spetses

Discover the wonderful island of Spetses by quad bike. You'll fine a number of caves, beaches and bars. It truly is a wonderful place to explore before eating out at one of the many delightful restaurants in town.


Day 5 - Paralia Agia

After spending the morning walking around town we can spend the night alone in one of the bays you found the day before. Collect some firewood and we'll have a bonfire under the stars.


Day 6 - Hydra

After a sunrise sail across the Aegean. Explore the beautiful town of Hydra, an island without cars. You’ll be getting around by Donkey if you want to truly explore! Settle for sundowners for one of the many cliffside bars.

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Day 7 - Athens

A day of exploring the various beaches of Aegina before back to Athens for a final dinner. It's never goodbye but always see you later!

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