1 week itineraries - Saronic route and Argolic route
Perfect for groups
Line of sight sailing
Includes return airport transfers, end cleaning, bed linen & shower towels
Minimal mooring fees (approx €10-€20/week)
Runs May to September. Operates Saturday-Saturday
Option to add flights
Supermarket 5 minutes walk from the marina
Ross and Hanna
After leaving the Royal Marines back in early 2015 Ross pursued his sailing career to become a commercially endorsed RYA Yachtmaster (Offshore) and has recently become a cruising Instructor. He has sailed a wide variety of vessels ranging from working boats to gaff-rigged schooners and modern yachts in the Mediterranean, Northern Spain and more recently the Maldives.
Hanna started dingy sailing as a child in her hometown of Prestwick in Scotland and later became a qualified swimming instructor. In recent years she has completed her RYA Day Skipper, Powerboat 2, Personal Watercraft and SAMSA VHF radio certificates. Hanna hopes to build upon her boating experience and knowledge so is very excited to be working with us for the 2019 season.
The Sporades islands of Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonnisos, together with the more sheltered Gulf of Volos offer exciting sailing off the tourist track. Fresh sailing winds, unspoiled harbors and beautiful beaches await you with this new flotilla from Skiathos.
Afternoon breezes Force 2-5 from the north-east give good sailing from mid morning to early evening. In July and August the meltemi can bring stronger winds, but the islands have good shelter. One week the flotilla follows the SPORADES ROUTE and heads east to explore the islands of Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonnisos and the uninhabited islands of Peristeri or Pelagos. These islands are stunningly beautiful with white sandy beaches, green pine forests and the bluest sea. No wonder the movie makers of “Mamma Mia” chose the Sporades for their film