Flotilla sailing holidays are an ideal mix between sailing your own charter yacht and having the support and advice of the flotilla lead crew to make the most of your sailing holiday.


Our Greek flotillas offer something for everyone, from the calm waters and line of sight sailing in the Ionian to the challenging sails of the Dodecanese.

Dodecanese & Corfu

The Dodecanese Flotilla Join this flotilla from Kos to explore some of the smaller and lesser known islands of the Dodecanese - an irresistible flotilla choice for more experienced sailors.

This sailing area in the south-east Aegean stretches along the coast of Turkey and is a wonderful sailing destination for flotilla sailing holidays. It suits sailors looking for stronger winds and longer passages between unspoilt islands.


The Corfu Flotilla combines great accessibility with a beautiful sailing area to make for a truly memorable holiday. Lazy fishing villages, reliable winds, breathtaking bays and fantastic local food all await you on this exciting flotilla.

Skiathos & Sivota

The Sporades Flotilla suits more experienced crews who relish the sailing challenge of fresh breezes and quieter islands. One week the flotilla sails west into the beautiful Gulf of Volos, the following week east to the islands of the Sporades - Skopelos, Alonissos, Peristeri, renowned for their sandy beaches, scenic pine-wood hills and pretty harbours.

Weather & Wind

These cruising areas have ideal sailing conditions with steady day breezes. The islands are each very different and allow a good day’s sail between them. On the flotilla routes there are many beautiful anchorages for lunchtime swimming and attractive harbors for overnight mooring.


From May to September the temperatures reach over 27oC on most days. Summers have cloudless blue skies with very little chance of rain. The wind is generally Force 2-5. These areas are protected from the meltemi wind which can blow strongly in the Aegean in July and August, and winds rarely exceed Force 6.

What is Flotilla ? 

We have the largest fleet of charter yachts in the Mediterranean and has its headquarters in Athens. Choose from a huge range of yachts in the Our fleet ranging from 36’ to 50’, giving you an unrivaled range of 2, 3, 4 and 5 cabin yachts, all highly specified and equipped for your cruising comfort – check out what’s included in our flotilla-brochure. With so many yachts to choose from there’s sure to be one to suit you. Groups of families and friends can choose matching or different sized yachts.


Flotillas are the sociable way to sail. You have the freedom of skippering your own yacht during the day but with the support of a British lead crew with an experienced skipper and hostess, providing weather forecasts guiding you on the best itinerary, helping you to moor up in the evenings and sorting out any queries you may have.


We aim to ensure a friendly flotilla with a maximum of 10 yachts sailing with each lead crew. This allows you to visit the small harbors and anchorages which make sailing in Greece so special.


People choose flotillas for a variety of reasons. It’s popular with those who appreciate the support of the lead crew but also with those who have sailed many times before who enjoy the sociable side of a flotilla and the local knowledge and reassurance that the lead crew provide – useful if you’re new to the cruising area. During the school holidays flotillas are particularly popular with families who enjoy an active holiday together.


Our Saronic flotilla starts from the heart of Athens and cruises the beautiful islands of the Saronic Gulf, an ideal area for flotilla sailing offering reliable winds of moderate strength, short distances and scenic harbors. You’ll visit the picturesque islands of Aegina, Hydra, Spetses and Poros as well as mainland towns such as Epidavros with its famous ancient theater. Our flotilla is based in Kalamaki Marina in Athens. You’ll be met at the airport and taken to your yacht – a 40-minute taxi ride straight to the marina. This is a convenient place to start your holiday, without the need to take a hydrofoil or lengthy land transfer.


Kalamaki is a short taxi ride from the centre of Athens. On your first evening, enjoy dinner in the famous Plaka area of Athens, with a view of the Acropolis, or chill out in one of the restaurants in or near the marina. With daily flights you could plan a few days in Athens before or after your flotilla for a city break to soak up the culture and history of this amazing city, recently given a face lift for the 2004 Olympic Games.


What experience do I need?

To sail a yacht on flotilla you should have skippered a cruising yacht previously, either on flotilla or in the UK.


On the Saronic Flotilla from Athens we can offer sail training for less experienced skippers. If you have crewed on previous sailing holidays or have motor yacht experience, you can improve your yacht handling skills with an instructor for a 3-day flotilla course. If you don’t have any previous sailing experience, take the instructor for the 6-day course.