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First-class sailing conditions, perfect weather, awe-inspiring views, thousands of beautiful islands, crystal-clear waters and guaranteed privacy. What more could a yachting aficionado ask for?

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Discover Mykonos, the jewel in the Aegean’s crown. Tap into the glamour and fun of the famed party island and marvel at the rugged beauty of the Cyclades.


Santorini, the star of the Cycladic islands, in the middle of the Aegean Sea, stands out like a dazzling jewel. Many locals and tourists regard the “honeymoon capital” as the most spectacular of all the Greek Islands. Indeed, it was recently voted as one of the most beautiful islands in the world.


Syros is a perfectly situated starting point for an island-hopping yachting adventure. The iconic Cycladic islands of Mykonos, Paros, Ios and Naxos are all within easy reach.


Do beach parties, adrenaline sports, wreck diving and cliff jumping appeal? Include Ios on your next island-hopping yachting-adventure itinerary. Start planning an unrivalled yacht charter vacation in Ios, Cyclades here.


Located on the northern side of the Cyclades, Tinos is one for those who prefer their island holidays tranquil, unhurried and tourist free. A small, understated gem of the Aegean, it is only 15 minutes from Mykonos, but a world apart in pace of life and atmosphere.


Paros may not be one of the best known of the Cyclades but this is precisely its appeal. This idyllic island in the central Aegean is known for its laid-back, understated charm, breathtaking vistas and authentic Greek island yachting experience.


The largest of the Cyclades islands, fertile Naxos is a heady combination of ancient history, modern amenities, beautiful beaches, thriving nightlife and mountainous scenery.


Comprised of two islets – Kato Koufonisi and Pano Koufonisi – this jewel in the heart of the Cyclades is the embodiment of island paradise.


Shaped like a seahorse and situated on the southeastern arc of the Cyclades, Amorgos might be a comparatively small island, but it is packed with delights: mountains, cliffs, beaches, tavernas and some of the bluest water on the planet.


This volcanic island in the southwest may be small (only 12 kilometres long) but it packs a punch when it comes to scenery, history, culture and some of the best beaches in Greece.


Small, rugged and remote, Folegandros is where history and tradition mingle to create a heady, almost sacred, atmosphere. With only three main settlements and some strenuous walking between them, yachting around the island is the perfect way to take in the dramatic landscape while relaxing in luxury.


At 18 kilometres long and an hour’s sailing from the nearest islands, Astypalea is a hidden gem. This butterfly-shaped island has all the ingredients for a perfect Greek holiday – whitewashed houses, azure ocean and drenching sun – and because of its remoteness, you won’t have to share this playground with many others.


Just 60 kilometres from Athens and famous for its superb diving conditions, Kea is a popular and historic island boasting a spectacular coastline, towering cliffs and valleys planted with orchards, olive grove and oak trees.


Aboard your luxury yacht, the world – or, in this case, the island - is your oyster. Many of the beaches are only accessible by foot or boat, which allows you the pick of any deserted stretch. With its picturesque villages of traditional stone houses and paved streets, the island oozes history and tranquillity.


This mountainous island between Serifos and Milos offers a balance of all the elements that make a holiday perfect: beautiful beaches, picture-postcard Cycladic villages, vibrant nightlife, top restaurants and dollops of culture.


Many of the island’s most beautiful beaches are accessible only by 4X4, so cruising in your luxury yacht along the coast, you’ll find many secluded coves and secret spots to call your own. Don’t miss Psili Ammos beach on the east coast, with its soft golden sand, turquoise water and trees offering welcome shade.

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