Welcome to NISI Sailing! Have the sailing adventure of a lifetime sailing the beautiful Greek Islands. Discover Hydra and Spetses or sail with us one way from Aegina Island to Mykonos or back. Not only will you experience Greece's culture, food, history, and nature, you will also hone your sailing skills as part of our crew. No sailing experience is needed. Up for adventure? Book your sailing adventure with NISI Sailing today!

When we sail in the Saronic Gulf, we love to snorkel in the ancient Sunken City. These underwater ruins were the home of a bourgeois family, which has been reclaimed by

The Spectacular Cyclades The Cyclades are Greece’s most well-known chain of islands for good reason. They’re the ones with quintessential white cube architecture and breathtaking shorelines. This is also where

Will This Crew Ever Get Fed? All that these lighthearted American sailors wanted was to order some food. Little did they know that “fried zucchini balls” would be so difficult

As sailors, we love our sea and all of its creatures, like these cute dolphins who came to play on a recent sail in the Saronic Gulf. The very act

The old guy had to go. We’d being thinking about it since we got our sailing yacht NISI three years ago. NISI came with an old petrol Johnson 3.5 outboard,

Want to know what sets the Saronic Gulf apart from the other sailing areas in the Greek Islands? Here are our ‘Top 5 Reasons To Sail The Saronic Gulf.’ 5. Close

“Rudder Near Limit” autopilot problem Coming down the Croatian coast aboard our sailing yacht NISI, on our way to Greece, our Garmin GHP 12 autopilot started to loose rudder calibration. It

Sail to Five Islands On Your Way To Mykonos 9-14 June The Greek Cyclades Islands are known for their beaches, ancient ruins, and blue and white towns overlooking the sea.

“When is the best time to sail in Greece?” That’s one of the first questions you might ask when considering a sailing holiday. The hot Summer months are best for

Ready to jump into the clear, blue Mediterranean Sea? Here we are, on the back of our boat, ready to enjoy the turquoise water, but… how cold is the water