greek island escape

Itinerary prepared for Mr & Mrs Edelman

life at sea

Sample 6- day


Yacht Options

M/Y T2

Daily cost: 4.000 €
Delivery / Redelivery fees: 2.625 €
Available dates: 5th to 11th of July

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Daily cost: 1.700 €
Delivery / Redelivery fees: 1.470 €
Avalable dates: 5th to 9th of July

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Daily cost: 4.000 €
Delivery / Redelivery fees: n/a
Avalable dates: 10th - 13th July

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Daily cost: 3.285 €
Delivery / Redelivery fees: 1.875 €
Available dates: 5th to 11th of July

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Day 1. Antiparos - Polyaigos - Kimolos

Start the day cruising the Aegean from Antiparos to the uninhabited island of Polyaigos and spend the day swimming in its crystal clear waters.


"A Relaxing Haven"


Antiparos is a relaxing haven just across from Paros, from which it is divided by a shallow channel just a few metres deep. The island is only 35 square kilometres but because of its length, has 57 kilometres of beautiful coastline where golden sandy beaches & pebbly coves give way to small remote bays with blue-green waters

This is a great island to chill and enjoy an easy summer life. There is not much to do or see but relax with plenty of sandy beaches, friendly locals, good fish tavernas, windmills, blue and white architecture, small chapels and everything Greek island like all in small scale.


Emmerald, sapphire &
turquoise waters on the
largest uninhabited
isle of the Aegean.


Make a short crossing
to the little island of Kimolos
and dock there.

Have a nice stroll around the little village next to the port and enjoy your dinner at restaurant “To Kyma” right on the beach.

Day 2. Kimolos - Milos

Depart from the port of Kimolos for a crossing towards Milos choosing
one of two unique spots to spend your day at sea.

The area of Kleftiko
for a swim at its
jaw-dropping sea caves,

...or Sarakiniko, hidden within
a bone-white landscape of reefs.

A light lunch can be served on board followed by a short cruise to the serene port of Pollonia at the north eastern tip of the island.

A spectacular dinner can be set at restaurant


Alternatively, the boat can reach the port of Adamas where a private transfer can take you to Plaka (Milos’ main village) for a stroll followed by a dinner in its narrow streets filled with life among the local shops, bars and restaurants.

Day 3. Milos - Ios

Cruise early morning from Milos to one of three beautiful sandy beaches at the island of Ios.





In the afternoon the boat can reach the main port of Ios and a transfer can take you on a short ride to Ios lively main town.

Our suggestion for dinner would be restaurant
"Lord Byron".

Day 4. Ios - Koufonisia - Schinoussa

Arrive at the island complex of Koufonisia, known as Greece’s “secret” isles.

Very unique, very original ,
very Aegean.


Reach the port of Schinoussa island early afternoon and have a! fresh-fish dinner at the tavern of "Nicholas of Schinoussa”.

Spend a quiet night and recharge.

Next day the buzzing atmosphere of the island of Paros will most likely keep you up later in the night…

Day 5. Schinoussa - Paros

Drop anchor at the beach of Agios Ioannis.

You can swim and have lunch
at Monastiri, a new promising restaurant offering greek delicacies.

Around sunset,
visit the enchanting town
of Naousa for a real
Cycladic experience.

Day 6. Paros - Antiparos

Leave Paros for a return journey to Antiparos.

Stop along the way to the island of Despotiko for a last day of unwinding before reaching Antiparos before night falls.


A dinner at the local restaurant Sapou followed by “the best ice cream of Greece" at "Vicky’s" in the main town will bring this 6 day adventure to a wonderful close.


Please note:

- An advanced provisioning allowance (APA), representing 30%
of the charter fee applies for the purpose of covering expenses
such as fuel for the main engines, generators and watersports equipment, harbor dues, all food, all soft and alcoholic drinks, communication costs and local taxes.

- Common business standards imply a 10% crew gratuity, at charterer's discretion.

- Delivery/ re-delivery fees may apply, although we always try to waive such fees for long charters, depending on the empty legs involved.

- Greek VAT at rate of 12% may apply to the charter fee.