Sail in the Saronic Islands this May Half Term
Thought you had missed out on sailing in May Half Term? Well think again! We have a couple of boats left on our exclusive One Week Saronic Islands May Half Term Flotilla. This flotilla offers a unique opportunity to sail in the Saronic Islands from Epidavros and explore Aegina, Agistri, Poros and beyond.
28th May - 4th June
Price per person for 2 people - £1095
Price per person for 3 people - £895
Price per person for 4 people - £795
These prices include flights from Heathrow, the yacht for one week, transfers, diesel, mooring fees, linen and towels and the unobtrusive assistance and guidance of our friendly flotilla lead crew. There is an additional yacht security waiver of £60.
Need a little more temptation?
Watch this fantastic video filmed by Suzanne Harrold on Elfira in May 2016...
Explore the Saronic Islands
This is our sixth year of running the popular one week flotilla around the Saronic Gulf. This route is only available for May half term and the first week of June and so tends to sell out quickly! The wind here is a little stronger than the Ionian Islands, but it remains steady, making for some exhilarating sailing. We enjoy the unspoilt nature of the area and the access to some amazing ancient ruins. Those of you who have sailed on our yachts before will feel instantly at home.
Why choose the Saronic Islands?
When we sail in this area, we always wish we had another week (or two), as there are so many places to explore! We are often amazed to find some harbours uncrowded. There is seldom a rush to get in and the welcome in each place gives you a taste of true Greek hospitality. The taverna atmosphere remains familiar with the addition of a few new dishes. The local wine is delightful and the ambience is addictive. Dining out is more than a meal - it is a cultural experience that will envelop you.
What's the weather like?
The winds in the Saronic Islands are generally from the south east. It offers great sailing without any significant swell, however it can be stronger than some are used to, so a previous flotilla or other sailing experience is a good idea before tackling this cruise. Having said that, the area is idyllic.