Embark on a classic yacht tour in Greece and discover the most fascinating settings of the Ionian Islands, featuring unspoiled and wild nature, old fishing villages, and secluded coves. The mix of history and charming sights that is absolutely spellbinding. Enjoy a warm breeze at sunset, take a dip in crystal-clear waters to cool down in the hottest hours of the day, or discover a surprisingly lively seabed that will charm any snorkeling enthusiast on a holiday in the Ionian Islands on a historical sailboat. But a charter tour of Greece on a classic yacht has even more to offer: small Byzantine churches, walks in the heart of the countryside, and the exciting evenings in clubs and beach bars. The homeland of Ulysses is the perfect destination of an unforgettable private cruise on a classic yacht. Greece, and the Ionian Islands in particular, are a magical place featuring bars and bistrots that offer fresh drinks and local preparations, spectacular views, and the warm Greek hospitality. Once you have known this place you will ache to come back!
Corfu Old Town offers a unique mixture of its colonial past, with hints of Venetian and English architecture and customs. Strolling around the venetian arches down to Liston Square, we would reach the cricket grounds, which are known to be the largest in Europe.
A swim in Antipaxos and then sail down to Paxos. Arriving in the evening, we would stay at anchor with mooring lines ashore in front of the old port. This kind of mooring is typical to Greece and allows to be close enough to the port while still being able to wake up in the morning surrounded by nature.
Kick off the day with a splash in the Gulf of Ethos and sail to Meganisi in the afternoon. Drop anchor in the new Odysseas marina, located in an old fishing village.
Skorpio, Aristotle Onassis’ island, is a popular stop over of charter tours of the Ionian Islands. Sail around the island and spend the night at anchor or in the marinas of Meganisi’s three fiords.
the Sarakiniko Bay has turquoise waters and white gravel beaches which are perfect for a quick dip. Drop anchor in Fiskardo and spend the night in the little village: it's simply unforgettable.
Sail to Palio Polis (Ithaca) to swim in the bay where it is said Homer was born and continue to the other side of the island in the afternoon. Stay in Port Vathi for the night, Ithaca’s main docking area.
The last destination has a very well connected Airport and one of the most famous bay in Greece: Navagio Bay, where you will find a ship's wreck sitting on a bed of white sand. but it might be very busy in August