Easily reachable from Greece, famous for the historical battles set along its coastline, the Saronic gulf is now one of the most renowned destination for the ones in search for not crowded islets, where you could find peace surrounded by nature and the serenity offered by the sea. Selected catamarans and sailing boats are waiting for you to set sail towards the Saronic Gulf. Contact us for a personalised estimate.
Marina Flisvos, Athens
Marina Lavrio, Athens
Marina Delta, Athens
Marina Agios Kosmas, Athens
Skipper (from €1.260)
Hostess (from €850)
Dinghy outboard engine (from €60)
Extra ports and buoys (approx. €100)
On-line galley with delivery on board
From €2.200 per week for a boat with 3 cabins and 1 bathroom. All the indicated prices are for a week.
Sailing boats or catamarans with 4 or 5 double cabins and 3 or 4 bathrooms are available for groups from 6 to 10 persons.
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The Saronic Gulf, Greece - ID 197 View MoreLess
This is an example itinerary suggested by the BeBlue skippers who are experts in the navigation area. The route can be planned on the needs of the group before departure or during navigation.
Day 1: Check-In
Check-in available from 18.00 at the embarkation Marina. After the technical check-in and a short presentation of the boat, you can take your seat in the cabins and board the galley. In the evening, you'll have the opportunity to taste a fish dish in a typical Greek restaurant, before ending the evening in one of the several bars that populate this area of Athens. Alternatively, you could already sail during the evening and enjoy the first navigation under the stars and a calm night in Egina.
In the morning you can enjoy the relaxing bath going to a stretch of white sand that divides the islands of Egina and Agistri where the sea is calm and transparent... In the afternoon we'll sail towards the harbour of Methana where we can visit the greek country and enjoy other relax in the several bays of the peninsula...
After breakfast we'll sail to get to the open sea where to hoist the sails to reach the greek island of Hydra known as the island of donkeys because this nice quadruped are the only means of transport to move within the town and the island. The views are wasted: blue sea, magnificent rocks and wonderful oleanders that colour the whole coast... An unmissable stop!
From Hydra we weigh anchor for a beautiful navigation to west towards Spetses, a little turistic and very greek island. The typical architecture of the fishmen's town grown around the harbour mixed to the soar faces of the fishermen, the magic town and the wonderful bays attract real experts that recognise this island little frequented, the authenticity and the vitality of the unspoiled places of the big turists flows: unmissable dinner based on fresh fish on the sea view balconies of the several restaurants...
Today route to Poros! Before passing the narrow canal to reach the picturesque town we'll make a stop in the Monastiry bay, surrounded by olive trees that are the background for the ancient monastery and for the little greek-orthodox church that faces the sea... an unmissable stretch of sea to consume lunch in total peace! Then we'll weigh anchor at the discovery of Poros, of its restaurants and endless shops where to buy souvenirs of the trip...
After breakfast we'll sail to north-east in direction of Athens where we'll make a stop in Capo Sunion to enjoy the view of the temple of Poseidon constructed on the extreme south peninsula of Attica... an unmissable excursion.
Continue the beautiful day trip northeast of Athens. Return to the Marina at 18:00 with overnight stay in the port included.
Day 8: Check-out
Disembarkation is scheduled at 09.00 on Saturday.
The itinerary may be subject to variations based on weather conditions, safety conditions and the technical assessments of the captain of the boat. This program is intended as indicative and not binding.
The island of Egina is historically well-known for the role of greek power; it is possible to visit the main monuments and the unmissable floating market in Manavika. Agia Marina is the rich archeological site settled on a little hill, with churches and ancient archeological monuments. Angistri is the particular hook-shaped island, where you will experience better the contrast between the blue sea and the smerald-green vegetation, where everyone could live a dreamy holiday. In Hydra dont'miss the opportunity for a route around the white houses by donkey, while Paros is a little center where walks between the archeological museum and the castle are the main attraction. Capo Sounion is a rocky promontory over the Aegian Sea, charcaterised by archeological sites and crystal clear sea.