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Poros - Hydra - Dokos -  Spetses

Eat, sleep and live on a yacht for eight days!

Why you'll love this trip

The Aegean is one of the best places in the world to explore by boat, with small villages, deserted beaches, incredible food and crystal-clear, unbelievably blue water.


You will spend your days hopping by sailing the rocky, partly volcanic Argo-Saronic Islands, best known for their beaches and ancient ruins, one of the most popular day-trip and weekend destinations. You will  travel across the three southerly islands – green Poros, tiny, car-free Hydra and upmarket Spetses.

With a maximum of ten people on a boat, you'll be able to cram into the traditional tavernas lining the ports for an authentic culinary experience. 

Is this adventure right for you?

As the majority of this trip takes place on a sailing boat, you’ll need to feel comfortable with moving about the vessel, including the use of stairs. With that said, sea legs come naturally to some but not so much for others.


Time on the water also means time in the sun. Remember to pack sun protection, such as sun screen and a hat, and drink plenty of water to keep hydrated.

Please note that smooth sailing is dependent on the weather, so itinerary changes may occur at the last minute if the weather becomes unfavorable. If any changes are made, you can trust in your knowledgeable skipper to choose an alternative route or activity.

   Sail stress-free - all yachts come with a TYW trained skipper. 

  • Seven days & nights on sailing yacht 

  • Professional and friendly skipper

  • Safety and navigation equipment

  • Sheets and towels

  • Learn to sail with your skipper

  • Dinghy with outboard and gasoline

  • End-cleaning

Throughout our journey there will be a guide who will speak both English and Romanian. Moreover, at some destinations, we will be greeted by local guides who will help us discover the most spectacular parts of their cities.

  • Flight ticket;

  • Airport transfers; 

  • Meals

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Welcome to  Greece!

Depending on the hour of your arrival your tour leader will meet up at the port Alimos Marina of Athens, is a large modern marina and offers state-of-art nautical and technical facilities. Don’t worry, we will send you all the required information in order for you to get safely to the port from the airport. 

After everybody arrive we will go out for our first Greek dinner and some Welcome Drink’s. It is going to be 7 days of new things at every step, things that you have never imagined before that include only fun and surprises. 


During our destination you will discover Poros which is a little island in the heart of the Saronic Gulf, close to Aegina and Agistri. 

The first thing that will stand out to you as you approach Poros port is the trademark of the island, the Poros Clock Tower. Built on a hillside, Poros Town is one of the most picturesque capitals of the Aegean sea islands. Poros town is the center of the island’s activity, as the array of traditional taverns and Poros restaurants located along its seafront promenade come alive when the sun goes down.


The charming atmosphere of the island has seduced many international jet setters and has been a retreat for famous personalities! Elegant stone mansions, narrow alleys, donkeys walking around, churches, little shops, and a picturesque waterfront set the scene of an island fairytale! Given that there are no cars in Hydra and people usually get around by foot, the island’s roads are not clogged with traffic and fumes. 


One of the best things to do in Hydra is to visit its museums. The Byzantine Museum, the Historical Archive Museum, the Post-Byzantine Art and History Museum and the National Historical Museum are some of the best museums to visit!

If you like elegant destinations, you’ll fall in love with Hydra!


As a small Greek island situated in the Argo-Saronic Gulf, in between Hydra and the Peloponnese. It is separated from the mainland of Greece by a narrow strait which is on some maps referred to as "the Hydra Gulf". Is one of the most popular yachting destinations in the Saronic Gulf. 


Dokos is so popular among yachters for picturesque Skintos bay which offers clear waters and shelter from all winds. It is perfect for those who love wild landscapes, tranquility and stunning sunset views! 


Today, the town is much the biggest in the Saronic islands, with apartments and villas spreading for several kilometres along the northeast coast, while the rest of the island remains almost entirely uninhabited, with pine forest inland and numerous excellent small beaches around the coast.

Sightseeing on the Island

The rich history and naval tradition of the island is reflected on numerous sites that are definitely worth visiting:

• The House of Bouboulina

• The House of Hatzigiannis Mexis

• Church of Panayia Armata

• Cathedral of Ayios Nikolaos

• Other sites worth a visit are: the War Memorial of the Spetses Navy, the Clock in Rologioú Square, and the Anargyreios Korgialeneios School. Situated in the area of Kounoupitsa, today it houses the Centre of Environmental Education.

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