Explore Greece off the beaten track with your skipper Yann, who has extensive knowledge of the Cyclades: varied stopovers, tiny fishing villages, characteristic tavernas, and beaches with pristine, crystal clear water! When stopping over at certain very carefully selected locations, you will get to enjoy the benefits of four yoga sessions with Suzanna Stok. Originally hailing from Holland, she speaks French, English and Greek. She has been a practitioner of yoga since the age of 14 and will help you both relax and achieve serenity of mind through Lyengar Yoga, a system of stretching and massage techniques. Suzanna is an experienced yachtswoman and has been sailing the waters around Greece for several years.
Through a combination of sailing and yoga, you will get to replenish and rejuvenate both body and spirit in equal measure.
Morning: wake-up call at around 8:00 or 9:00 am, breakfast onboard, fueling and provisions, pre-sailing preparation.
Departure: around 9:00 or 10:00 am, then four to six hours' sailing, depending on the distance and weather conditions. Break at midday for a meal and bathing.
Around 5:00 or 6:00 pm: mooring at a port or anchorage in a wild cove. Relaxation, bathing, sightseeing trips.
Evening: depending on each person's individual preferences, an opportunity to experience Greek cuisine with a meal in a taverna, or food onboard with the crew. Friendly, convivial ambiance and atmosphere guaranteed.
This cruise includes four 90-minute yoga sessions (complete with necessary equipment). Simply remember to bring along something comfortable to wear.
Yann is a professional skipper who sailed the world before settling in the Aegean Sea.
Yann loves Greece.
Trained at the Glénans Sailing School, he was an instructor for several years in Brittany before setting sail to new areas to sail. He is now based in Greece.
Sailing is the most beautiful of adventures
Denis criss-crossed the Aegean Sea and also organises cruises on other seas ...
A boat and lights to meet others
Originally born in Essen in Germany, Sotiris has been a professional skipper for 15 years. He graduated from the Yachtmaster RYA, has travelled more than 45,000 miles and sailed on the Mediterranean, the Aegean, Ionian, Adriatic, and also the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean. Sotiris started scuba diving, many years ago in the Red Sea and obtained his PADI diving certificate in 2002 in Thailand. He also has training in emergency response services for sea rescue. He is fluent in German, English, Spanish and also has some knowledge of French.
The skipper sleeps in the middle
The passengers cook
There are two options from France, depending on your departure city and what the prices are when you book:
Fly to Athens then get the ferry to the island where boarding takes place (expect a bus journey followed by a ferry trip of between four hours and one night)
Fly straight to Mykonos or Santorini (via EasyJet for example).