Discover the Saronic Gulf, learn to sail in Greece
Come aboard for an amazing Greek Sailing Adventure! Do you enjoy a challenge and love to experience the world’s cultures, foods, and natural beauty? Join NISI’s crew for a six-day sailing adventure around the Saronic Gulf while sailing the greek islands. We’ll sail for a few hours each day from one island to another, stopping to swim in pristine coves. You’ll experience Greece’s culture, cuisine, history, and nature by land. You’ll also be an active part of the crew. Captain Alex will coach as much or as little as you need.
After each day of sailing, you’ll have time to explore on land. Your skipper and crew will point out historical sites, hikes, bike rentals, swimming spots, shops, and restaurants. Click ‘Itinerary’ for more details.
We’ll begin and end our journey on Aegina Island. Aegina Town is lively and charming. It’s also the closest island to Athens International Airport. Upon booking, we’ll provide you with detailed instructions for getting to the boat. We’ll help make your transit as easy as possible.
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|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Aegina Port|
|ARRIVAL TIME||Arrive at 6 PM Sunday|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 4:30 PM Friday|
|WEAR||Comfortable clothing, non-marking shoes, hat, jacket and sunscreen|
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The itinerary for our Greek Sailing Adventure will be flexible. We will accommodate your preferences and needs, make the best of the winds and weather, and ensure the safety of the group.
Day One: Aegina
You’ll meet the skipper and crew and take a grand tour of Sailing Yacht NISI. We’ll go to a local eatery to discuss the week’s program, weather, and route over local food and wine. Then we’ll return to NISI for a good night’s sleep.
Day Two: Poros
Before mooring, we may stop for an al fresco lunch and a swim from the back of the boat in beautiful Russian Bay. Then we’ll go into port to explore Poros’s famous clock tower, shops, tavernas, and steep, winding streets. One of it’s culinary highlights? An ice cream shop with a rainbow of refreshing ice cream flavors. We’ll dine at one of the Island’s coziest traditional restaurants, and then call it a night aboard NISI.
Day Tree: Vathi
Day Four: Epidavros
Epidavros Ancient Theatre, constructed in the late 4th century BC, its only a short ride away from the port, and worth a visit.