A typical day in Greece - you look for a beautiful bay with turquoise water, anchor at 4-5 meters depth, swim, snorkel and have a good lunch in the cockpit. Then you sail to the harbor for the evening. Explore the village, have a drink and experience the culture. When the sun has set at about 9 pm, it's time for a good dinner at some cozy restaurant. Yes, the Greeks eat late dinner.
Discover the Greek archipelago in our charter boats where you travel in warm waters from deep blue sea to turquoise green water in bays that you will find everywhere in the Greek archipelago. There you can experience the peace and quiet, you never have to be crowded with other boats as the archipelago is so big and the islands many.
In the ports there is most to buy in the shops and plenty of cozy restaurants with good Greek food. There are plenty of friendly and helpful locals who are happy to suggest local sights and promenades in picturesque alleys.
Greece has Europe's longest coastline with 15,000 kilometers. In comparison with Swedish waters, Greek waters are easy to navigate as the archipelago is almost completely clean from underwater ground. However, the winds can vary and change during the same day from light breeze to gale a little depending on which area you are sailing in and what time of season you are there.
Many of the charter boats are located in Kalamaki Athens, which is a geographically good location to be able to choose which area you want to sail to. The nearest Saronic Sea has some nice islands, such as Aegina, Poros, Hydra and the entire Peloponnese with many ports and villages to visit. The Saronic Sea is often protected from the big waves, as long as there are no strong southerly winds. The most pleasant time for us northerners is April-June and September-November with about 30 degrees warm. In July and August, the temperature is sometimes up to 38 degrees.