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Embarkation at Piraeus port, immediate departure to Kea, staying overnight. (42 nautical miles)

A small rocky and picturesque Island. A beautiful beach with clear waters and fish taverns. The first taste of the Aegean islands. Enjoy the sea and then go directly to the tavern for fresh fish, Greek salad and fried calamari (squid). You do not have to change; wear your swimsuit and leave the sea salt on you. This is my favorite island because of her history. 900 years ago, pirates used to plunder towns around the marinas, so these folks built Kea Town 6 miles up a very high hill, making it difficult for pirates to walk all that way uphill to begin plundering, so this town has been spared all these years. Go to this town by taxi.

From Kea to Delos and then to Mykonos, staying overnight. (57 nautical miles)

This uninhabited island is one vast archaeological site, and its remarkable monuments today attract throngs of visitors who come to pay homage to a place that was the cultural and religious center of the Aegean from the 9th century BC for approximately a thousand years.

One of the most cosmopolitan of all Greek islands, Mykonos has an international reputation and quite justifiably attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world; among them are many intellectuals and well-known artists. The high mountains encountered in most of the Cyclades islands give way to small rocky hills that combine with beautiful beaches to make up the landscape of the island. The nightlife here is an experience. Drink, dance, have fun! But first of all, live this magic moment: the sunset from the little Venice of Mykonos.

From Mykonos to Paros, staying overnight. (20 nautical miles)

You will be visiting the monastery of "Panagia Ekatontapiliani", which means with the hundred gates. Out of them, only the 99 have been found. Try and locate the 100th. In case you succeed, we are offering you free vacations onboard our yacht for the next ten years. Paros also offers great landscaping and superb swimming locations.

From Paros to Sifnos, staying overnight. (30 nautical miles)

Buy honey - the best in the world - I fully agree and always bring home 2 bottles of honey each year. This honey tastes very different. Back home, cook something delicious. Put in the pot: all kinds of meat, potatoes, oregano, olive oil, salt, pepper and no water at all. Put the pot in the oven at very low heat; let it simmer for at least ten hours. Add some honey. A surprise to your friends…

From Sifnos to Serifos, staying overnight. (11 nautical miles)

The town is built on the top of a hill, surrounded by walls intending to protect the island from the raids of pirates. A rocky beautiful island with a spectacular view from the inner chora (village). Another goodie.

From Serifos to Kithnos, staying overnight. (24 nautical miles)

Beautiful sandy beaches, whitewashed houses, small cafes called "Kafenion" in Greek, a unique atmosphere where life seems endless.....

From Kithnos to Sounion, staying overnight. (24 nautical miles)

The temple of Poseidon, the god of the seal. We thought it is the ideal place to end our trip via the same sea routes which the ancient Greeks followed many centuries ago. We will visit the temple and enjoy the sea. This has been a round trip, making new ports each time.

From Sounion back to Piraeus, disembarkation. (27 nautical miles)

Summarizing with a quote from author Henry Miller:

" Marvelous things happen to one in Greece - marvelous good things."


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