Sail away the Greek way

 

For some reason I keep missing my flights to Greece  This year I was supposed to visit Mykonos and Santorini but had an unfortunate luck not to go. So I have been looking around for some other things to organise before summer for me and my friends.

 

While sitting in a hotel can be nice, it also gets really really boring. For example y last trip to St. Lucia was a little bit disappointing  I came to a gorgeous island just to sit in a resort and do nothing. I felt trapped. We tried doing some activities but the cash machines were not giving us money so instead of seeing the island we only saw the hotel. This time I don’t want to repeat that mistake.

 

Greece has been on top of my list for some time, I wanted to visit gorgeous places and take some awesome photos, but sometimes if you don’t organise it well it doesn’t turn out that great. Charles always says he wants to do sailing so I investigated what I want to do and found company that organises sailings privately  I am writing about this now because I know some of you will probably find it useful before I actually do it.

 

The website I looked in to is called www.sail-ingreece.com and they have a very cool concept. All the boats they rent are owned by the local people and all the staff on those boats are local as well. That way they don’t only promote the beautiful islands of Greece  but also help their local economy and you get tips straight from the people living there. I am always up to experience things local style so I found this offer to be extremely useful not just for me, but for people living there as well.

 

So here are some fun things I found on the website.

 

YOLO CRUISES

 

I love this one ha-ha! YOLO! It’s true, you really only live once, so going on a party boat is something everyone needs to do. Here are some screenshots of the itinerary and some photos. The price is £299 per person and you really get to experience the culture and the party life.

 

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Their 8 days YOLO cruises are ideal for young travellers 18-35s, looking to party!

Exclusive parties at pop-star Mykonos, breathtaking sunsets at Santorini, adventurous water sports at Ios and even donkey rides at your service! Make new friends, see spectacular sunsets, dive into crystal clear Mediterranean waters,  enjoy epic nights with a drink in your hand and local Philoxenia around you! Their experienced tour manager will make your party cruise a once in a lifetime experience!

If you are a group interested to charter their boat email them at : groups@sail-ingreece.com.

Tailor made itineraries are also available.

 

 

Or maybe you prefer Yachts?

Hey if you prefer some Yachting , there are also YOLO Yachting sailing tours. I like Yachts maybe because I haven’t had a chance to be on many, But here is how it works. Price is a bit higher it’s £400 per person. But it is a yacht.screen-shot-2016-12-07-at-13-47-20

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The Greek Islands  seemingly dispersed in the Mediterranean sea, are ideal for sailing. Infinite numbers of postcards have tried to capture their natural beauty, but even the best ones are failing miserably. Visiting Greece by sea gives you the opportunity to see how the actual “myth” is, chill out in secluded gold-sand beaches, swim in crystal clear water and at the same time party at the best places in Europe!

Grab the wheel, drink your cocktails and get ready for action! The party is here!

Departures: every Saturday (May, June, July, August, September)

If you are a group interested to charter their yacht email us : groups@sail-ingreece.com Tailor made itineraries are also available.

 

  • SAILING IN GREECE
  • SAIL IN GREECE
  • PARTY CRUISES IN GREECE
  • GREEK PARTY CRUISES
  • PARTY CRUISES IN GREECE

I don’t know about you, but I would like to go on all of them.

If this is interesting to you you can find out more about them and what they do on their website.

 

Which one is your favourite?

 

 

 

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