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Day 1: Marina Salamina - Aegina (3 hours)

Cruise out into the Saronic Gulf from the Marina of Salamina, bearing southwest for the island of Aegina. You will follow a beautiful way with a font of the city of Athens and if you are lucky enough you will see the dolphins that live in that area. Your final destination is the fishing village of Perdika which is one of the best destinations in the region to sample delicious local seafood.

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Day 2: Αegina - Tselevinia - Hydra (3h)

Early in the morning you will sail to the island of Hydra. On the way to Hydra, you can make a stop near the rocks Tselevinia for a swim, or even the south eastern cost of Poros, with crystal waters and beautiful nature. Afterwards you will sail halfway along the island’s north coast to Hydra Town, a scenic, ramshackle old town built on the slopes of Hydra’s steep hillsides. Hydra Town is rich in contemporary culture, with art, theater and museums playing a prominent role in local life. You’ll have to make your way around on foot, as cars are forbidden in Hydra town.

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Day 3: Hydra - Porto Heli - Spetses (1.5h)

Spetses Island is the most remote of the Argo Saronic Islands, is an attractive pine –clad Island secluded with hidden coves and sparkling clear water sea, beaches close to the waterfront with beautiful pine forest as backdrop. The island is particularly popular to the elite and nowadays there are plenty beautiful hotels and markets. We suggest you a free anchor in Hinitsa island or in another safe spot where you can relax in a serene natural environment. Otherwise you could join a party in the island of Spetses in one of the cozy beach clubs of the island.

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Day 4: Spetses - Dokos (1h)

Our next destination is the islet of Dokos. This is an uninhabited spot, near Hydra, composed of a large bay with space for many yachts to anchor away from each other. The natural environment stimulates a relaxing feeling, where you can appreciate nature without any obstruction from “human civilization”. If the winds let us stay for an overnight, you will enjoy a beautiful nigh landscape under the starlight.

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Day 5: Dokos - Poros (2.5h)

One of the best highlights of our trip is waiting for us, as we will sail east to the island of Poros island. We will anchor the boat in the beautiful Russian bay in one of the most charming landscapes of the Saronic Gulf where we will have the opportunity to swim in a beautiful landscape, to relax in a quiet environment under the sun and to visit the small islet with the white church which is located next to the bay.

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Day 6: Poros Port

Poros Town is built on a narrow peninsula protruding from the island’s south side.Lively, busy and fun, Poros is known for its excellent nightlife. Chill out in a waterside taverna or head to the north of the island for a quieter, more rural experience. You can spend one whole to explore the island, visiting the Love Bay, doing water sports in Askeli beach and catching a beautiful sunset from the clock tower of the island.

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Day 7: Poros - Moni Island - Marina Salamina (3h)

Before your return to Salamina, you will have some time to visit Moni Island. Enjoy it’s fantastically crystal clear waters and the beautiful landscape in which you see a forest touching down the sea. In this island there is a small sandy beach, but most of the beach side is a bit rocky. Different species of animals are nurtured on the island such as the Chamois Cretan goat-antelope, deers and peacocks. There is also a beach club where you could drink your last cocktails before you arrive back to the marina of Salamina at 18:00, full of beautiful images that will last forever.

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Our Boats

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 39i

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Length: 11.68m

Year of Build:  2007

Capacity: 8 people

Suggested number of crew: 7 people

 Solar Panels  ✓

Inverter  ✓

Dinghy ✓

Outboard engine ✓


Bow thruster ☓

Sunbed ☓

Beneteau Oceanis 40.1



Length: 12.01m

Year of Build:  2022

Capacity: 10 people

Suggested number of crew: 8 people

 Solar Panels  ✓

Inverter  ✓

Dinghy ✓

Outboard engine ✓


Bow thruster ✓

Sunbed ✓

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