Cruise from Delos to Mykonos
Depart from Delos for Mykonos. On the way the yacht will stop to allow for an optional swim.
On arrival at Mykonos, the yacht will anchor in the port of Tourlos.
A free afternoon and evening allow for exploration of the cosmopolitan island and the narrow marble streets and whitewashed houses.
The yacht will stay in Mykonos overnight.Delos is a small island in the Aegean Sea, situated just a few miles away from Mykonos. The island is host to many remains from the Archaic, the Classical and the Hellenistic periods. The remains of a settlement that were found on top of Mt. Kinthos show that Delos has been inhabited since the 3rd millennium BC. There are four main areas of ancient ruins which make Delos a fascinating island to visit with plenty to see, including The Sanctuary of Apollo which is the site of the Terrace of Lions.
Cruise from Mykonos to Fira, Santorini
Spend a leisurely morning on the yacht in Mykonos, before cruising to the capital of Santorini, on the west coast of the island, with arrival at noon.
There is an optional tour to see the spectacular archaeological sites and traditional villages that allows for panoramic views over the Aegean Sea. During the tour, see the volcanic caldera which can be seen from many points along the cliff edge. Alternatively, soak up the atmosphere along the lively waterfront with fleets of fishing boats bobbing in the harbour.Mykonos provides a simple but stylish experience, with narrow marble streets and hidden churches amongst pretty white-washed houses.
Along the lively waterfront, the Kazárma building can be found which was used as accommodation for the soldiers of Manto Mavrogenous, a heroine of the Greek revolution. Mykonos has a wealth of archaeological sites, including a Mycenaean tomb that dates back to the Neolithic period, which is situated to the north of the island. It is an island that has a fascinating history, with secluded beaches and clear sea water.
Cruise from Fira, Santorini to Rethymnon, Crete
With an overnight sail from Fira, Santorini to the lively port of Rethymnon on the island of Crete, the yacht will arrive in the morning.
There is an optional tour to Knossos, the ancient Minoan palace and the surrounding city. The archaeological site of Knossos dates back to the Neolithic period.
Other attractions within Fira include the Dominican Convent which is dedicated to Saint Catherine and was founded in 1596.
Depart for Kythira in the evening and spend the night at sea.Fira is the capital of Santorini, perched on the edge of a 260m high cliff which offers amazing panoramic views of the submerged volcano. White-washed houses and blue-domed churches are built into the cliff-side, which can be explored on foot through stepped streets. Fira is a busy sea-side town with plenty of archaeological attractions, including the Domenican Convent which is dedicated to Saint Catherine, and founded in 1596.