Sail in Greece and discover the Pearls of the Aegean

An unforgettable cruise in the mythical Cyclades archipelago

  • Honeymoon
  • Family & Friends

Sail in Greece and discover the Pearls of the Aegean

The Cyclades archipelago and its traditional white houses are widely written about as a dream destination! What would you write about the beauty of its islands dotted in the Aegean Sea? We suggest you discover them during an 8-day cruise aboard a comfortable catamaran with a professional crew. Each stop will give you opportunities to visit monuments with Byzantine influences, hike for breathtaking panoramic views, relax on the warm sand and enjoy the local cuisine.

Cruise Highlights

  • Exploring the islands of Milos and Kythnos
  • Tasting the local cuisine (pita gyros, feta, tzatziki...)
  • Sailing on a brand-new and perfectly equipped boat

Your Boat

  • Bali 4.1
  • 4 total cabins
  • 8 people max
  • 2 crew members

Welcome aboard Iroula, an elegant Bali 4.1 of 12 metres long and nearly 7 metres wide. It is a spacious and modern catamaran that has all the necessary equipment to allow you to sail in comfort. The saloon has a fully equipped kitchen and a comfortable seating area. Its many windows and its tilt-and-turn door bring brightness, ventilation and allow passengers to stay connected with the outside environment. The helm station offers excellent visibility on the horizon. You will enjoy sunbathing at the front of the boat or on the flybridge to relax and share friendly moments.

  • Air conditioning
  • Generator
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Barbeque
  • GPS
  • Solar panels
  • Autopilot

The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Your Cabin


This catamaran can accommodate up to 8 passengers, in its 4 double cabins. They are all air-conditioned and have a double bed with bedside lamps, an electric fan, electrical outlets (type: Schuko 220V and USB), storage space and a bathroom with a private toilet.

Itinerary of your cruise

Welcome to the Cyclades, a treasure of the Aegean Sea that includes no less than 250 islands and islets, circling around the mythical island of Delos. Your crew will take you to discover these islands (Kythnos, Serifos, Milos...).


DAY 1: Lavrion - Milos (approximately 65 nautical miles)
Your crew awaits you in the Lavrion Marina (Olympic Marine - Pier 2) from 2pm. A refreshment will be offered when you meet all the other passengers. Your skipper leaves the moorings around 3pm and after a few miles, you will get the chance to dive into the Aegean Sea, in front of Cap Sounion. Navigate through the night to reach the beautiful and remote island of Milos. Looking starboard, you can see the sun setting and the moon reflecting on the sea, lighting up the surrounding islands (weather permitting). Dinner is on board.

DAY 2: Milos (Kleftiko) - Milos (Adamas) (approximately 14 nautical miles)
In the morning, you wake up in front of Kleftiko, a lovely small bay located southwest of Milos. Take advantage of the breathtaking landscape while you eat breakfast and perhaps swim a few strokes to cool off. At mid-morning, head to the main port of the island of Adamas. After a delicious lunch, you have free time to walk the alleys of the village and discover its orthodox church Saint-Haralambos Adamantas, traditional restaurants and beaches. After a short hike, you can enjoy a magnificent view of the port. You are free to get dinner.

DAY 3: Milos - Polyaigos - Kimolos (approximately 12 nautical miles)
After a delicious breakfast, your skipper sets sail for the largest uninhabited island in the Aegean sea, Polyaigos. You will be amazed by its lush nature and pristine unspoiled beaches. Its only inhabitants are wild goats, migratory birds, raptors and reptiles. The island is part of the EU’s Natura 2000 programme. For lunch, you will anchor in Kimolos. You have a free afternoon to explore this village and admire its houses and monuments with typical Cycladic architecture. You are free to get dinner.

DAY 4: Kimolos - Sifnos (approximately 17 nautical miles)
On this day, your crew invites you to spend the day in Sifnos. Start the day with a morning swim in the sheltered bay of Fykiada. Sail along the east coast to reach Platis Gialos. The seaside village is renowned for its beach, a multi-time recipient of the label of sustainable tourism, the 'Blue Flag', from the FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education). After lunch, enjoy a free afternoon to walk on one of the many hiking trails and perhaps discover local ceramic crafts. You are free to get dinner.

DAY 5: Sifnos - Serifos (approximately 20 nautical miles)
The morning is spent north of Sifnos, exploring the pretty beach of Cheronissos and its fishing village. You can take a swim to discover the seabed or try paddleboarding. The skipper then hoists the sails and makes his way towards Serifos. You will dock at the port of Livadi, located at the bottom of a bay. It is overlooked by the capital of the island, Chora (Ios) and its pristine white houses. The city is located about 5km from the port (it is possible to get the bus there, at your expense) and offers an incredible panoramic view of the Aegean sea and its neighboring islands. You are free to get dinner.

DAY 6: Serifos - Kythnos (approximately 26 nautical miles)
Sail towards the west of the island of Serifos, take a swim in the clear water of the bay of Koutalas. After lunch, you head in the direction of Kythnos and stop in the port of Merichas. The island has a bus network in the summer (at your expense) that serves the villages of Chora, Loutra, Kanala or Driopida. It’s up to you to choose where you would like to visit. You are free to get dinner.

DAY 7: Kythnos - Lavrion (approximately 25 nautical miles)
It’s time to begin your return journey. Before reaching the port of Lavrion, the crew offers passengers the chance to spend a few hours in front of the beach of Kolona. It is the perfect place to swim and then relax on the warm sand. Lunch is the ideal time to exchange your impressions of the islands and your favourite stopovers. You will reach the marina of Lavrion at the end of the day. You are free to get dinner.

DAY 8: Lavrion
Last breakfast with your travel companions and crew.
Disembarkation planned for around 9am.

IMPORTANT: the Meltem winds (winds blowing in the Cyclades in summer) can exceed 5 Beaufort (scale for measuring wind speed, 5 corresponding to a wind between 31 and 39 km/h). If the wind exceeds 5 Beaufort, to ensure that your cruise remains a pleasant experience, an alternative itinerary will be offered in the Saronic Gulf (more information in the FAQs).

Lavrion  Milos  Polyaigos  Kimolos  Sifnos  Serifos  Kythnos  Lavrion

Discover our 100% customisable services to facilitate the organisation of your holiday.

Serenity Service: Booking of your flight tickets.
Service Extension: Book your stay ashore (accommodation and/or excursions) before or after your cruise.

For more information, please contact your advisor or see our FAQs at the bottom of the page.

The photos and visuals of the products presented are not contractual.

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions.
The photographs and visual products presented have no contractual value.


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Sat 24 Aug
Sat 31 Aug 2024
Sat 21 Sep
Sat 28 Sep 2024
Sat 19 Oct
Sat 26 Oct 2024
Double cabin - at the front
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Double cabin - at the rear
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Double cabin for single use - at the front
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Single cabin - at the rear
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Boat privatisation
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Price includes

  • Accommodation in a double cabin with a bathroom and private toilet (front or rear depending on selection)
  • Crew services: skipper and English-speaking hostess/cook
  • Half board (7 breakfasts, 6 lunches and 1 dinner)
  • Day 8 breakfast will be served cold
  • Drinks: water, tea, coffee and wine (1/2 bottle per person) or beer (3 cans per person) at lunch
  • Bed linen (2 pillowcases, 2 single sheets and 2 single blankets)*
  • Towels (2 bath towels and 1 beach towel)
  • Shower gel and shampoo
  • Snorkeling equipment: fins, mask and snorkel
  • Paddle
  • Air conditioning (operates on average 2 to 4 hours/ a day when the boat does not sail)
  • Boat insurance with third-party liability cover for passengers
  • Guaranteed departure
  • *It is possibile to replace single sheets and blankets by a double on request and subject to availability.

Price does not include

  • Flights
  • Transfers to and from the airport
  • Soft and alcoholic drinks (except wine and beer at lunch)
  • All dinners (except for day 1)
  • On-board cashbox (mandatory) to be paid on site in cash: 220 € / per person sharing or 400 € / single person
  • Crew tip: 10% of cruise fare
  • Double cabin supplement for single person occupancy

Frequently asked questions

  • Can I book my flights and accommodation in addition to my cruise?

    Our travel agency offers guests who embark on a cruise to book their flights or accommodation. Our tailor-made offers adapt to your needs and budget.

    We have created two offers 100% customisable :
    - Serenity Service : Book your flights
    - Service Extension : Booking your accommodation (hotel, cottage, villa...) and/ or complementary activities (excursions, guided tours, car rental...).

    Our advisors, specialists of the destination, will send you their best proposals for your holiday.
  • What are the necessary documents to travel to Greece?

    For U.S. and U.K. citizens a visa is not required to visit Greece. A passport is necessary, with at least 3 months validity from the planned date of departure. You may be asked to present proof of sufficient funds, a return travel ticket and travel insurance.

    Australian and New Zealand citizens do not require a visa to visit Greece. A passport is necessary, with at least 6 months validity from the planned date of departure. You may be asked to present proof of sufficient funds, a return travel ticket and travel insurance.

    EU/EAA citizens require a valid passport or identity card.

    For further information, please contact information from the department of foreign affairs of your country.
  • Is everyone on board English speaking?

    Please note that this cruise is not exclusive to English speaking travelers. It is quite common to meet people of various nationalities on board as we offer cruises to international clientele - encouraging curious and enriching exchanges for both passengers and crew.
    Crew members are multilingual and qualified to offer a multilingual service.
  • How are transfers between the airport and the boat organised?

    Transfers are not included in your package. However, they can be arranged by your GlobeSailor advisor and the base manager, by taxi or minibus. Payment for this service is usually made to GlobeSailor at the time of the balance payment or directly on site in cash. Don't forget to send your arrival times to your advisor!
  • How is a cruise with a skipper and hostess organised?

    All the skippers we offer are registered and have the necessary professional certificates. They speak English fluently. The skipper is responsible for the navigation and your safety on board. Do not hesitate to participate alongside him in the manoeuvres, he will be happy to teach you the basics of navigation. Regarding the organisation, the skipper and the hostess/cook sleep on the boat (either in the saloon or in cabins).
    All our cabin cruises include the services, at a minimum, of a skipper and a hostess (unless otherwise stated in the contract).
  • Does the boat only use the sails?

    The skipper usually decides to send the sails when the speed and direction of the wind allow it, for fun (a quiet, relaxed and romantic trip), to improve stability on the water and for shade!
    The yacht is equipped with two powerful engines that are used when there is no wind, for port maneuvers and in case of adverse weather conditions.
  • What kind of food is served during meals?

    Your hostess/cook will prepare dishes that can be enjoyed around the world. These dishes will primarily be cooked with fresh and local products (seasonal vegetables, fresh cheese, honey, etc.).
  • Can the meals be adapted for specific dietary requirements?

    We will be able to adapt to a vegetarian diet. However, we will not be able to manage other diets or food allergies for safety reasons.

    Thank you for understanding.
  • What is the alternative itinerary if there are strong winds?

    The Meltem winds can exceed 5 Beaufort during the summer, therefore we must prepare an alternative route so that you can navigate in the best conditions.

    You will find below an example of the itinerary that may be proposed to you in the Saronic Gulf

    DAY 1: Lavrion - Sounion (approximately 6 nautical miles)
    DAY 2: Sounion - Ermioni (approximately 42 nautical miles)
    DAY 3: Ermioni - (optional Hydra tour)
    DAY 4: Ermioni - Poros (approximately 22 nautical miles)
    DAY 5: Poros - Agistri (approximately 15 nautical miles)
    DAY 6: Agistri - Aegina (approximately 7 nautical miles)
    DAY 7: Aegina - Sounion - Lavrion (approximately 38 nautical miles)
    DAY 8: Lavrion

    Feel free to contact us for more information.
  • What payments do I have to make to confirm my reservation?

    To confirm your reservation, you must inform your GlobeSailor advisor who will ask for an option for you to collect your deposit. The reservation will only be considered final once your deposit received (by bank transfer, Paypal or credit card), from 30 to 50% of the amount of the reservation. A deposit of 100% will be required for any reservation within one month of departure. The balance will be due no later than 45 days before the boarding date.
  • What happens if I need to cancel my cruise?

    If you wish to make a cancellation, you should contact your GlobeSailor advisor as soon as possible. Whatever the circumstances, you will be charged the following cancellation fees, depending on when the cancellation is made: up to 90 days before departure = 30%; 89 to 60 days before departure = 50%; 59 to 30 days before departure = 75%; 29 days or less before departure = 100% of the total cost of your booking.
    We recommend that you sign up for cancellation insurance with Ouest Assurance: