Please note that all itineraries are just some suggestions. Feel relaxed to make your own schedule and set the itinerary. Discover Greek islands and their safe bays at your own pace. What makes Greek islands an amazing sailing area, is that there are so many villages and bays to visit which gives us numerous options for the route to follow.
It doesn’t really make much sense to try and show all the possible itineraries in this page, but we listed just a few below so that you can get the general idea .You can spend one or more nights in a bay instead of mooring in a village.
The distances are in nautical miles and should be used only as an indication because they could be doubled when tacking against the wind, or covered in very little time when on a beam reach.
The suggested itineraries below take into account the prevailing wind directions, distances between islands and swim stops and are ideal for a relaxed cruise, combining a few hours of sailing per day, a few hours in a bay for swimming and a few hours on the islands every evening. We’d like to share our experience so that you see the very best of the Ionian sailing area. Itineraries can never be as are written in papers. Weather & wind direction will affect your passage plans but so will the preferences and experience of your crew. Spending little time with you on arrival will help to make sure you plan the perfect sailing itinerary.
Charter a sailing yacht in Athens and sail in Saronic Gulf and Cyclades
Charter a sailing yacht in Lefkas, Corfu, Preveza or Kefalonia and sail in Ionian Sea and Ionian islands. Corfu, Paxoi, Lefkas, Meganisi, Ithaki, Kefalonia, Zakynthos and more.
Charter a sailing yacht in Rhodes or Kos and sail in Dodecanese
Charter a sailing yacht in Skiathos and sail to Sporades and north Aegean sea