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Greece flotilla: 7-night Greek Cyclades flotilla

Boarding location

Athens: Kalamaki Alimos Marina

Yacht charters start on a Saturday at 17:00 in Greece. We suggest that flotilla guests arrive between 14:00-15:00 and divide into provisioning and check-in teams.

Athens International airport is at Spata, a 45-60 minute taxi ride from the marina and central Athens. Saturday is best spent visiting Athens sites before coming to the marina and boarding. If you arrive early at the marina on boarding day, bags can be left but you will not officially be able to board until 17:00. If you arrive early, explore the marina, shop at the Marionopolis supermarket 1 block west of the marina on Poseidonos Blvd along the beach) or have a drink or light lunch at Skipper’s or Kitchen Bar

By taxi
Airport to downtown: Yellow taxis can be found lined up at the airport. Taxis take 45 minutes to 1 hour to get downtown based on traffic. It costs approximately 50-60 Euros one-way per taxi.  They are smaller European vehicles and only have room for three passengers and baggage. Drivers may charge a baggage fee that is approx. Euro 3. 
Downtown Athens to the Kalamaki Alimos Marina: It takes 15-20 minutes and costs approx. 20 Euros per car one-way. Do not get out of your taxi at the marina until you have identified your meeting point, as it is a big marina.

By bus
Airport to downtown: Bus number X95 travels from the airport every 30 minutes making 8 stops (including the Hilton) and then terminates downtown at Syntagma/Constitution Square. It is air-conditioned and costs approx. 5 Euros. Syntagma Square is a short distance to most hotels but a taxi may be advisable at this point. Plaka hotels are within walking distance from Syntagma if you do not have too much baggage. 
Airport to Kalamaki Alimos Marina: Bus number X96, runs every 30 minutes south from the airport to Piraeus along the coast passing by Alimos Kalamaki Marina and costs approx. 5 Euros. Ask the driver for the Edem Taverna stop. You want the west main entrance road where the Shell station and Edem restaurant is located. 

By tram
Downtown Athens to Kalamaki Athens Marina: Public transport by subway tramcar from central Athens hotels is easy and convenient. From Syntagma Sqr. (Athens centre) take the tram line to Alimos marina (EDEM stop). The metro runs every 30 minutes from 05:30 to 00:20 on a daily basis. The ticket costs approx 8 Euros per person. 

Alimos Kalimaki marina Athens Poseidon Charters

Boarding in Paros

Paroikia marina is approximately 15 km from the airport by taxi. Afros yachting look after all yacht check-ins at the marina. Afros yachting is next to "Marina Café on the first floor, see also the meeting point on the map.  If you arrive early at the marina on boarding day, meet with your owner/operator base staff then explore the marina, shop at the supermarket (Carrefour located across the road from the marina) or have a drink or light lunch at Marina Café.  Bags can be left with your owner/operator. 

By air and ferry
You can fly daily from Athens to Santorini. www.aegeanair.com then take a ferry to Paros.

By ferry
There are daily boats from Pireaus, Athens. Ferry schedules and tickets to Paros. www.ticketsonline.gr/

 

 


Information

Yacht charter costs explained

View the yacht fleet on the dates and rate pages for specific yacht rates

 



Take the yacht rental 7-night fee from the yacht fleet   2000
+ End cleaning: Add on the yacht end cleaning shown for the yacht   150
Flotilla fees: If joining a flotilla add on a flotilla fee for the size of yacht 7 or 14-nights
7-nights
EURO
14-nights
EURO
31-35ft monohull yacht 300 500
36-43ft monohull yacht 400 650
44+/catamaran 450 800
Flotilla fee includes
  • an expertly guided sailing tour led by lead yacht skipper and program director
  • provisioning advice throughout the tour
  • daily briefings on weather, course, swim stops and ports of call
  • VHF radio and visual contact
  • mooring and docking assistance at each port
  • shore hikes on our unique historic itinerary
  • a well-researched, gastronomic selection of local restaurants
  • social activities
   
Extras paid upon arrival at base
   

Security deposit refunded upon safe return of yacht: Authorised on credit card and sometimes waivered with a professional skipper onboard.

  2000

Fuel: Yacht delivered with a full tank of fuel. At the end of the charter you will be required to refill the tank.

  150

Water: Yacht delivered with a full tank of fresh water, it is likely you will need to top up water. Water pricing varies by destination.

  35

End cleaning: This can sometimes be included upon invoices or charged at the base upon arrival.

  100

One way fees: In some instances you can end your flotilla at another base and a one-way fee will be added

  500

Additional costs not included in the price

  • port/mooring fees: see below
  • provisions: see below
  • gratuities: see below
  • flights and transfers
  • all land excursions, hotels, transport, car hire and meals
  • skipper or crew fees
  • cancellation and medical insurance
   

Security deposit and/or yacht insurance

All yachts require a security deposit, damage waiver payment or a combination of both to insure them while on charter. Security deposits and damage waivers are authorized by credit card or left in cash upon arrival at the base. Damage waivers are also paid in advance of boarding or at the time of booking. Security deposits range depending on the operator and size of yacht. Damage waiver insurance payments are daily or weekly amounts of coverage, that greatly reduce or eliminate the security deposit amount. We advise daily full coverage damage waiver payment, for peace of mind while cruising wherever possible. Yacht insurance details will be provided with a full quotation for any yacht.

Port fees

Port fees are paid locally and as such are not included in the price of a charter. Prices vary greatly by destination, in Greece port fees are very little so expect to pay around Euro 5 per night but in Croatia Euro 100 per night is more realistic if you wish to stay in the marinas. 

Provisioning

Provisions are not included and all items additional to food also need to be purchased such as cleaning supplies and food condiments such as salt and pepper. In general, most marinas offer mini markets or larger supermarkets nearby. In some cases it is possible to pre-order some or all of your provisions. We will provide full provisioning details for your chosen location at the time of booking. 

Mooring and anchoring

Mediterranean ports yachts generally reverse stern to the wharf or dock. This is known as Med mooring. There is limited anchoring off shore and few mooring balls (it is often too deep to anchor safely off shore). Some ports offer lazy lines for mooring. 

Flotilla crew

Flotilla skippers or guides are responsible for leading the flotilla and ensuring your sailing vacation is fun, interesting and trouble free. They offer information about the destinations, technical support as well as help with docking procedures in harbors and anchorages. Flotilla skippers hold informative daily chart briefings, so flotilla guests can see where the lunch and swim stop options are and understand the nuances of the evening ports of call. They can also be reached for support by VHF radio while you are underway.

Flotilla hostess/program directors organize the social aspect of the flotilla and make sure everyone knows what is on the agenda each day. They may also help guests to provision, guide hikes ashore, organize the evening restaurants and help the skippers dock yachts in the afternoons. On larger flotilla lead vessels that accommodate cabin charter guests, program directors prepare and serve two meals per day.

Sailing certification

To charter a yacht it is necessary to have experience and/or sailing certificates.

Mediterranean: to charter a yacht in the Mediterranean there must be at least one certified skipper and one experienced first mate on a charter yacht. As a yacht skipper, you are required to have a sailing license or a certificate from a recognized sailing school such as:

RYA: Royal Yachting Association / ASA: American Sailing Association / Intermediate Cruising Standard - Sail Canada / YA - Yachting Australia /ISPA - International Sail and Power Academy

The level of qualification required is a keelboat, day/coastal skipper or bareboat certification and you need to bring your original certificates with you. In addition to the above requirements you are required to have a VHF operator's license to charter a yacht in Croatia. Sailing resumes and powerboat operators card are not sufficient to rent a sailing yacht.

In addition to these certificates you can obtain the International Certificate of Competence (ICC) which is becoming a more recognized standard with European governments and charter companies. You will need to have one of the above certificates or pass a practical exam and make an application to be issued an ICC certificate. The sailing schools listed above are able to provide the practical exam and the application for ICC. You can find out more about the ICC on the RYA's section of the ICC - International Certificate of Competence

Caribbean and the Pacific: currently you are not required to present any formal sailng certification to charter a yacht in the Caribbean or the Pacific. It is normal that you are required to complete a sailing resume only. Should it be felt that your experience is not sufficient then you may be asked to have a skipper onboard with you for the first day of your charter. 


Additional expenses

Description 
Euros (€)
Hotel in Athens mid-range per night 90-120

Taxi one way Athens marina to/from airport

55

Athens airport express bus to Athens Marinas one way per person

8

Evening meals in restaurants per person

20-30

Entrance to Temple of Aphaia per person

5

Entrance to Kea museam

3.50

Entrance to Delos per person

8

Average bottle of wine

15

Large bottle of beer

3.50
Regular coffee 3.50
Small bottle of water 2
   

Visit to Santorini

 

- mid-range apartment per night

170

- double hotel room per room per night

70

- ferry to/from Santorini one way

38

- small car rental per day

45

 

 

Gratuity - suggested amounts

 

7-night cabin charter per couple staying in a cabin: per crew member (typically a skipper and hostess)

100-150

14-night cabin charter per couple staying in a cabin: per crew member (typically a skipper and hostess)

150-200

7-night flotilla yacht (sailing yourself): from the group aboard for the flotilla leader

150

14-night flotilla yacht (sailling yourself): from the group aboard for the flotilla leader

200

 

Evening meals

Evening meals are a cultural and gastronomic experience on our program. The wonderful selection of local restaurants on the itinerary, are traditional tavernas that have been chosen for their superb traditional or Greek fusion food, friendly atmosphere and local pricing of approximately 20 Euros per person. About 50% of the restaurants on our program do not accept credit card for payments at dinner. 

Restaurant customs

Appetizers and main dishes often arrive at the same time as Greeks are accustomed to many small meze dishes. It is customary to look into the display case and see what is fresh for the day.  Seafood such as calamari, octopus and swordfish is inexpensive but larger white meat fish like grouper and lobster is sold by weight and can be pricey (ask for the price/weight of the fish before ordering). Meals at our wonderful selection of local tavernas average around Euro 20–30/person but can be more depending on your order. There is always a service charge (approx 1 to 2 Euro per person) for sitting at a table in Greece, which includes bread and cutlery - but this service charge is not a tip. If good service is delivered then a minimum 10% tip is welcome.

 


Sailing conditions

Greece is a great yacht charter destination for intermediate to experienced level sailors. The best time to sail is May through October. A sailing license/certificate is required for bareboat and flotilla yacht charters. If you are on a skippered bareboat or cabin charter, you do not require any experience or certification to sail with a skipper.

Location
Sailing conditions

Saronic and Argolic Gulfs

 

This is the best area for a first time bareboat charter in Greece offering line of sight navigation and short passages. This area is protected by mainland Attica which limits strong winds and any larger seas.

Central Aegean:

Cyclades

The Cyclades are a more challenging area with longer open passages and potential for larger seas with stronger summer winds.

North and East Aegean: Sporades and Dodecanese

Both areas offer shorter passages and line of sight navigation but larger seas and stronger summer winds occur.

Ionian

 

A good choice for a first time charter in Greece with shorter passages, line of sight navigation and calmer conditions.

Wind and sea

The seas in the Saronic Gulf, north and east Aegean are generally calm with Ostria or southwesterly winds in the spring, and Meltemi northerly winds in the summer. Generally there is 5-15mph of wind offering wonderful light air sailing conditions May through October, however stronger winds above 20mph are not uncommon throughout the season.

On the Ionian side winds tend to be lighter and from the northwest in the spring and potentially stronger from the north or northwest in the hot summer months.

A one-meter short chop is the typical wave height in the eastern Mediterranean, but three to five-meter swells can develop. Longer passages of 40-60 miles are relaxing in light winds but can be more challenging if the wind and seas come up. Tides are minimal in the Mediterranean ranging between 20-60cm.

Weather forecasts

The most accurate weather forecasts in Greek waters can be obtained by the internet at local island cafes. Log on to the following websites:

National Centre for Marine Research: www.poseidon.hcmr.gr    
Worldwide wind surfer localized conditions: www.windfinder.com
National Observatory Athenswww.noa.gr
Meteowww.meteo.gr

Mooring

To allow for more yachts in the tiny Greek ports, sailors do Mediterranean Mooring by dropping anchor and backing stern-to the wharf in the harbors. Some harbors offer lazy lines - fixed underwater moorings with access lines on the wharf. There are no mooring balls and dropping anchor off shore is limited, as it is often too deep to anchor safely. There are very few organized marinas for charter yachts in Greece, instead you pay nominal fees to moor in municipal town harbors. Read more about Med Mooring on our yacht charter details pages

Greece operates under region A of the international navigational system - red right leaving.


Santorini excursion

Contact us to request availability

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Santorini hotels
Option 1: Top choice, contemporary cave accommodations of studio, apartment and suites.

Located in Oia town, these excellent 4 star apartments offer a small infinity pool, a beautiful breakfast room and private terraces providing excellent panoramic views of the caldera.

Euro per room per night. Based on double occupancy. Includes breakfast. Caldera view. Small splashpool.
 2017 rates

1 Apr to 30 Jun

16 Sep to 31 Oct

1 Jul to 15 Sep

Studio

330

350

Apartment

380

400

Suite

410

430

Deluxe apartment

470

490

Extra person per night

60

60

Studio: Can accommodate 2 persons. Open plan bedroom double bed, dining area, kitchenette, air-conditioning, private washroom with w/c and shower, kitchen utensils, mini-fridge, TV, hair dryer, phone, safety deposit box, iron, veranda with spectacular view of the Caldera.

Apartment: Can accommodate up to 3 persons. Either separate bedroom or open loft bedroom, sitting and dining area, kitchenette, air-conditioning, private washroom, kitchen utensils, mini-fridge, TV, hair dryer, phone, safety deposit box, iron, veranda with spectacular view of the Caldera.

Suite: Can accommodate up to 4 persons. Two bedrooms, dining area, kitchenette, air-conditioning, one washroom with w/c and shower, kitchen utensils, mini-fridge, TV, hair dryer, phone, safety deposit box, iron, veranda with spectacular view of the Caldera.

Deluxe apartment: Can accommodate up to 3 persons. Seperate bedroom or open loft bedroom, dining area, kitchenette, air-conditioning, one washroom with w/c and shower, kitchen utensils, mini-fridge, TV, hair dryer, phone, safety deposit box, iron, veranda with spectacular view of the Caldera and outdoor jacuzzi.

Option 2: Traditionally decorated studios and apartments accommodating up to 5 persons.

Located in Oia town, these mid price range, traditionally decorated studios and apartments also have a convenient parking lot and a large pool 50 meters away. The apartments are set amongst beautiful flowerbeds and the unit's private patios provide excellent views of the caldera.

Euro per room per night. Includes breakfast. Caldera view. Large swimming pool.

 2017 rates

1 May to 31 May

1 Oct to 31 Oct

01 Jun to 30 Jun

21 Sep to 30 Sep

1 Jul to 20 Sep

 

One bedroom standard studio: 2 persons

200

215

230

One bedroom standard studio: 3 persons

220

255

270

One bedroom superior studio: 2 persons

240

265

290

One bedroom apartment: 2 persons

265

295

330

One bedroom apartment: 3 persons

285 325 365

One bedroom apartment: 4 persons

365 410 450

Two bedroom apartment 2 bathrooms: 5 persons

485 595 690

Apartment cave houses: are separated into a bedroom and a kitchen, some feature a sitting area which can accommodate two extra people. Cave houses are located on both the upper and lower levels. The houses on the lower level have a beautiful garden in front, while those in the upper level have balconies with gorgeous view to the sea and the village of Oia. Accommodation includes: air-conditioning, private washroom, kitchen with utensils, mini-fridge, TV, hair dryer, phone, safety deposit box, iron, veranda with spectacular view of the Caldera. 

Standard studios: bedroom and open plan living space appointed with traditional-style wooden furniture. The patios look out on the walkway to the lobby and beyond are flowers pots and the panoramic caldera view. Accommodation includes: air-conditioning, private washroom, kitchen with utensils, mini-fridge, TV, hair dryer, phone, safety deposit box, iron, veranda with spectacular view of the Caldera.

Superior studios: one bedroom with adjoining living room, appointed with traditional-style wooden furniture. Accommodation includes: air-conditioning, private washroom, kitchen with utensils, mini-fridge, TV, hair dryer, phone, safety deposit box, iron, veranda with spectacular view of the Caldera.

Option 3: Great value hotel rooms, apartments and private villas

Located in Oia town, these great value apartments, hotel rooms and villas offer parking, a huge pool and a great family restaurant with excellent Greek food. 

If you would like a caldera view, then the hotel also offers two private villas which may host up to 5 persons. The private villas are just a stone’s throw from the hotel and boast magnificent caldera views.

Euro per room per night. Based on double occupancy.  Excluding breakfast. View of Aegean Sea. Villas have Caldera view.

 2017 rates

01 Apr to 30 Apr

01 Oct to 31 Oct

01 May to 31 May

 

01 Jun to 30 Sep

 

Hotel room budget no balcony: 1 person

51

53

92

Hotel room budget no balcony: 2 persons

60

 62

106

Hotel room with sea view: 1 person

60

 65

100
Hotel room with sea view: 2 persons 74 79 114

Hotel room with sea view: 3 persons

77

85

135

Hotel studio: 2 persons

79

100

130

Hotel studio: 3 persons

92

130

140

Hotel superior studio with outdoor jacuzzi for 2

100

194

200

Hotel superior studio with outdoor jacuzzi for 3

120

230

240

Hotel apartment with sea view: 2 persons

80

110

160

Hotel apartment with sea view: 3 persons

90

125

170

Hotel apartment with sea view: 4 persons

105

145

180

Private villa with caldera view: 2 persons

155

255

385

Private villa with caldera view: 3 persons

175

275

395

Private villa with caldera view: 4 persons

190

295

425

Private villa with caldera view: 5 persons

 220 335  475 

Breakfast per person

10

10

10

Hotel rooms, studios and apartments

The hotel has 15 spacious and tastefully furnished rooms, apartments and studios overlooking the Aegean Sea. Rooms are traditionally decorated with wooden furniture in white and blue shades. Rooms can accommodate from 1 to 3 persons. Rooms include: air-conditioning, private washroom, hair dryer, sitting area, satellite TV, internet access, phone, safety deposit box, veranda. Sea view rooms have a sea view to the island of Ios.

Apartments and studios: are fully-equipped to ensure a comfortable and carefree stay. Apartments have two separate areas and studios have an open plan layout. Both studios and apartments can accommodate 2 to 5 persons. Accommodations include: air-conditioning, hair dryer, private washroom, kitchen with an oven, fridge, kitchen utensils, living room, satellite TV, phone, safety deposit box, balcony with magnificent view of the sea.

Villas

A short distance from the main hotel complex, the villas offer spacious rooms traditionally decorated with wooden island style furniture. They can accommodate from 2 to 5 persons.

Villa one 2-4 persons: 45sqm to accommodate up to 4 guests. The villa consists of a master bedroom with a king-size bed, and two sofas that turn into beds. It is ideal equally for families with kids, a group of friends, or couples. The villa has an external spacious and heated jacuzzi on the terrace for unforgettable relaxing moments while enjoying amazing views of the Caldera. The villa offers air-conditioning, bathroom, kitchen with fridge and all necessary utensils, living room and furniture, wifi, satellite TV, safety deposit box and a spacious veranda with exquisite caldera view.

Villa two 2-5 persons: 60sqm to accommodate up to 5 guests. The villa consists of a master bedroom with a king-size bed, and two sofas that turn into beds. It is ideal equally for families with kids, a group of friends, or couples. The villa has an external spacious and heated jacuzzi on the terrace for unforgettable relaxing moments while enjoying amazing views of the Caldera. The villa offers air-conditioning, bathroom, kitchen with fridge and all necessary utensils, living room and furniture, wifi, satellite TV, safety deposit box and a spacious veranda with exquisite caldera view.

Option 4: Hi-end spectacular 5* star villas and apartments with spacious terraces.

Located in Oia town, these spectacular five star villas and apartments feature luxuries such as patio jacuzzi and room service. All have beautiful private terraces with excellent views of Santorini's magnificent caldera. With just 10 rooms this accommodation in Santorini really is a treat for your Santorini break. 

Euro per room per night. Double occupancy. Includes continental breakfast. Caldera view. Luxury accommodation.
 2017 Rates

15 Apr to 31 May

1 Oct to 20 Oct

1 Jun to 30 Sep

Maisonettes: 2-4 persons

440

520

Superior studio: 2 persons

520

660

Superior suite: 2-4 persons

620

780

Honeymoon suite: 2 persons

680

900

Collector's villa: 2-5 persons

960

1280

Extra person per night

100

120

Honeymoon suites (2): have the most secluded terraces with stunning views of the caldera and the sunset from the private outdoor hot tub and the exterior use futon. The large living rooms lead into the cave bedroom with a king-size bed and an en-suite dressing area. Added facilities are a jacuzzi bathtub and a steam room. These rooms have extra amenities such as candles, flowers, added bathroom soaps, and extra services such as a sparkling wine breakfast.

Superior suites (2): have a living area with two traditional sofas, which can be used as single beds for teenagers, dining table and fully equipped kitchenette, and a separate bedroom with a queen size bed and bathroom. One of the suites has a second bedroom with its own bathroom on a separate level. The suites have a private outdoor jacuzzi with a wooden deck area nestled in the corner of their private terrace and an exterior use futon.

Maisonettes (3): each of the three maisonettes is developed on two-levels. The queen-size bed on the loft offers a spectacular view of the caldera through the loft window while the traditional sofa on the ground floor living room can be used as single beds for teenagers. The maisonettes can accommodate up to three or four persons.

Superior studios (2): these two studios have a queen-size bed, a cozy living or dining area, and a fully equipped kitchenette. The traditional bathrooms offer all modern conveniences. One of the studios has two sofas in the living area, which can accommodate teenagers. A private outdoor jacuzzi is nestled in the corner of the terrace with views to the village of Oia and the caldera.

Collector's house (villa): this luxurious villa offers two separate bedrooms with king size beds, each with its own generous bathroom and en-suite dressing area, both carved deep into the volcanic cliff. The spacious living and dining area with its characteristic domed ceiling opens out onto the unique terrace with its combination of complete privacy and breathtaking views of the caldera and the village of Oia. The villa also boasts its own private spa area with steam bath, rain shower and jacuzzi perched on the edge of the terrace overlooking the caldera.

Option 5: Studios and apartments with spacious rooms for 1-4 persons.

Built in the heart of the caldera with excellent panoramic views, this accommodation offers spacious rooms with a fully equipped kitchen, private bathroom, air-conditioning and bar. The pool overlooking the caldera completes the ideal setting for ultimate relaxation. 

Euro per room per night. Double occupancy. Includes continental breakfast. Caldera view.

 2017 rates

1 Apr to 10 May

11 Oct to 31 Oct

11 May to 10 Jun

21 Sep to 10 Oct

11 Jun to 20 Sep

Deluxe double room: 1 person

200

280

360

Deluxe double room: 2 persons

280

360

400

Cave Suite: 2 persons

310

370

390

Cave Suite: 3 persons

390

410

440

Cave Suite: 4 persons

440

460

480
Suite: 2 persons 310 370 390
Suite: 3 persons 390 410 440
Junior suite: 1 person 330 360 410
Junior suite: 2 persons  360 390 440
Superior suite: 3 persons 420 450 495
Superior cave suite: 2 persons 390 420 470
Superior cave suite: 3 persons 420 450 495

All rooms offer flat satellite tv, free wifi, air-conditioning, safety box, complimentary daily tea and coffee supplies, mini-bar, bathrobe, bathroom amenities and daily maid service. 

Deluxe double room: New fully renovated room with spacious bedroom, private bathroom, balcony with view to the caldera, the ocean and pool. 

Cave Suite: New fully renovated room with two bedrooms, two private bathrooms, with view to caldera, the ocean and the pool. 

Suite: New fully renovated room with spacious bedroom and soft bed for third person, private bathroom, balcony with view to caldera, the ocean and pool. 

Junior suites: New fully renovated room with spacious bedroom, private bathroom, private balcony with jacuzzi and view to caldera and the ocean.

Superior Suites: New fully renovated room with spacious bedroom and sofa bed for third person, private bathroom, private balcony with jacuzzi with view to caldera and the ocean.  

Superior Cave Suite: New fully renovated cave house with vaulted ceiling room with spacious bedroom and sofa bed for third person, private bathroom, private balcony with jacuzzi, view to caldera and ocean. 

 

 

 

Option 6: Cave accommodation tastefully decorated with wooden furniture.

Located in Oia, this small family hotel overlooks the caldera and each of the caves have spectacular views from the private terraces. Caves are tastefully decorated with wooden furniture. From this part of Oia you have an extraordinary view of the entire village, the small harbour of Armeni and the famous Santorini sunset.

Euro per room per night. Double occupancy. Excludes breakfast. Caldera view. 
 2017 rates

1 Jan to 30 Apr

1 May to 30 May

01 Jun to 30 Sep 1 Oct to 25 Dec

Cave studio: 2 persons

199

229

229 199

Cave one bedroom apartment 2 persons

179

239

239 179
Captain's house suite: 2 persons 219 299 299 219
Extra bed per night 40 40 40 40

Studio: Includes a room with double bed, living room and bathroom with shower. The balcony has an amazing view of the sunset and the caldera.

One bedroom apartment: Includes a bedroom with double bed, a small living room, bathroom, an equipped kitchenette and a balcony with a breathtaking view of the sunset & the caldera.

Captain's house: Situated on the upper level of the hotel, there is a nice private balcony, a separate bedroom & a living room with 2 single beds, table & chairs. Other features include a fully equipped kitchen & private bathroom. The view of the Caldera & sunset is spectacular!

All rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, and offer wireless internet connection.

Option 7: Small complex of simple studios, apartments and cave houses with caldera view.

A small complex of studios, apartments and cave houses etched into the rock, where you will have the opportunity to enjoy a caldera view and the sunset combined with a picturesque original traditional windmill standing on the same position for more than 200 years. 

Euro per room per night. Based on double occupancy. Excludes breakfast. Caldera view.
 2017 rates

01 Apr to 30 Apr
01 Oct to 31 Oct

01 May to 10 Jul
26 Aug to 30 Sep

11 Jul to 25 Aug

Studio

175

205

225
Apartment 1 bedroom (2 persons) 215 245 265
Apartment 2 bedroom (2-4 persons) 250 310 330
Windmill Suite (2-4 persons) 280 340

410

Studios
Open plan with dining area, private bathroom with shower, double bed and a balcony with sea view.
Apartment 2 persons:
Sitting/dining area, a bedroom with private bathroom with shower, double bed, and a private balcony with sea view.
Apartment 2-4 persons: 
Sitting/dining area, two bedrooms with double beds and two private bathrooms with shower and a private balcony with sea view.
Windmill suite
Sitting/dining area, two double bed bedrooms, one bathroom with shower and a private terrace that goes all around the windmill, with a sea, Caldera and sunset view

All accommodations include:  air conditioning, in-room safe, wireless internet access, direct dial telephone, satellite TV, DVD and MP3 player, hair dryer, kitchenette with kettle and refrigerator. There is no pool at this accommodation.

Option 8: A relaxed family hotel and good value for money just on the edge of Oia town.

With a splendid view of the Aegean Sea and the islands of Ios, Sikinos and Folegandros, this relaxed family hotel is good value for money. Surrounded by a wonderful garden and swimming pool the Flower offers parking, a reception and breakfast area. 

Euro per room per night. Based on double occupancy. Excludes breakfast. No Caldera view.

 2017 rates

1 Apr to 15 Jun

1 Oct to 15 Nov

15 Jun to 15 Jul

1 Sep to 30 Sep

15 Jul to 31 Aug

Double room

60

72

88

Triple room

72

87

105
Quad 87 100 120
Breakfast 6 6 6

Hotel rooms: can accommodate two, three and up to four persons. Rooms have private bathroom, balcony, refrigerator, air-conditioning, TV, safety deposit box and daily service.

Option 9: Group of six villas finished to high standards, traditionally designed with much attention to detail.

Located on the north of Santorini Island in the traditional settlement of Oia (Ia) village this group of six villas are finished to high standards and traditionally designed throughout with much attention to detail. The use of traditional Oia volcanic red & black stones and some of the best materials have been included through the design and used in harmony with the environment.  All houses have three levels of living. Outside every villa has a private yard with dining areas to enjoy alfresco dining, garden and private heated hydro massage spa. A common use swimming pool combined with the perfect sea and sunset views, will keep you there the whole day. 

Euro per villa per night. Excludes breakfast. Large swimming pool. Just out of Oia town with good views of other end of Caldera. 
2017 rates

Accommodates

01 Apr to 30 Apr

01 Oct to 31 Oct

01 May to 30 May 01 Jun to 30 Sep
Swinging Villa 6-8 persons  545 695  795
Diamond Villa 8 persons  445  595  695
Emerald Villa 6-8 persons  385  535  630
Turquoise Villa 6 persons  385  535  630
Topaz Villa 4-6 persons  345  495  590
Pearl Villa 4-6 persons  345  495  590
Villas have the following amenities: Private outdoor heated mini pool hydro massage spa, communal use swimming pool, private parking area, private BBQ outdoor area, Air-conditioning system, FREE Internet Wi-Fi, eco-friendly mattresses & upper bedclothes, as well as feathered pillows, fresh linen, bath towels, swimming pool towels, security system, flat TV screen, satellite TV, mobile telephone, HI FI stereo system, DVD player, music and movies DVD library, board games, books, local maps, information book, hob/stove, oven, microwave oven, fridge/freezer, refrigerators, blender, electric grill, toaster, filter coffee maker, water boiler, dishes, glasses, cooking utensils, pantry items, washing machine, clothes drying racks, iron, ironing board, vacuum cleaner, alarm clock, lighting lens, baby monitor, child high chair, baby cot, hypoallergenic soap and shampoo, hair dryer.
 
Swinging Sunset Villa: outside is a private yard and a balcony, overlooking the Aegean Sea with a BBQ dining area for 8 persons as well as a private outdoor heated mini pool hydro massage spa (for 8 persons). Inside there are 3 bedrooms (2 double king size bed at lower level and 1 king size bed at the upper level loft, which is separate from the others, with its own bath & living room). In addition, at the lower level there is a sofa, which easily transforms to a double queen bed. All bedrooms have wardrobes and air-conditioning. There is a fully equipped kitchen and two dining areas, for 6 persons each.   There is a bathroom on each level.
 
 
Diamond Villa: Outside there is a private yard and a balcony, overlooking the Aegean Sea and a dining area for 10 persons as well as a private outdoor heated hydro massage spa (for 5 persons). Inside there are 4 bedrooms (2 double king size bed and 1 bunk bed at lower level plus 1 king size bed at the upper level loft, which is separate from the others, with its own bath & living room). All bedrooms have wardrobes and air-conditioning. There is a fully equipped kitchen. There is a bathroom on each level.
 
 
 
Emerald Villa: Outside there is a private yard and a balcony, overlooking the Aegean Sea and a dining area for 8 persons as well as a private outdoor heated hydro massage spa (for 5 persons). Inside there are 3 bedrooms (1 double king size bed, 2 singles extra size beds at the lower level and 1 extra double king size bed at the upper level loft, which is separate from the others, with its own bath & living room).  In addition, at the lower level there is a sofa, which easily transforms to a double queen bed. All bedrooms have wardrobes and air-conditioning.  There is a fully equipped kitchen a dining room for 6 persons. There is a bathroom on each level.

Turquoise Villa: Outside there is a private yard and a balcony, overlooking the Aegean Sea and a dining area for 8 persons, as well as a private outside heated hydro massage spa (for 5 persons). Inside there are 3 bedrooms (2 double king size bed at lower level, which are decorated with hand paintings from Ancient Thira and 1 king size bed at the upper level loft, which is separate from the others, with its own bath & living room).  All bedrooms have wardrobes and air-conditioning. There is a fully equipped kitchen and a dining room for 6 persons. There is a bathroom on each level.
 
 
Topaz Villa: Outside there is a private yard and a balcony, overlooking the Aegean Sea and a dining area for 6 persons, as well as an outdoor private heated hydro massage spa (for 5 persons).  Inside there are 2 bedrooms (1 double king size bed and 1 double extra king size bed at the upper level loft, which is separate from the others, with its own bath & living room).  In addition, at the lower level there is a sofa, which easily transforms to a double queen bed. All bedrooms have wardrobes and air-conditioning. There is a fully equipped kitchen with a dining room for 6 persons. There is a bathroom on each level.
 
 
Pearl Villa: Outside there is a private yard and a balcony, overlooking the Aegean Sea and a dining area for 6 persons as well as an an outdoor private heated hydro massage spa (for 6 persons). Inside there are 2 bedrooms (1 double king size bed and 1 double extra king size bed at the upper level loft, which is separate from the others, with its own bath & living room).  In addition, at the lower level there is a sofa, which easily transforms to a double queen bed.  All bedrooms have wardrobes and air-conditioning. There is a fully equipped kitchen and a dining room for 6 persons. There is a bathroom on each level.
 
 
 

All Santorini hotel rates are subject to change, full terms and conditions available at time of booking.


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Med mooring - be prepared

If it's your first time sailing in Mediterranean waters then you may not be used to Mediterranean mooring. This type of mooring is dropping anchor and backing stern-to the wharf in the harbors. We've prepared these comprehensive guidelines to help you. Of, course if you are sailing in Greece or Croatia on flotilla with us then we are there to help you dock each evening. 

Fenders

Should be securely tied on to the lifelines or stanchions the fender tops at gunwale level. A double clove hitch will ensure you do not loose fenders. Place more fenders towards the aft of the boat, as this is where you may contact other boats first. Fenders do not need to be forward of the mast. Adjust after you are securely tied up, making sure that there are numerous fenders between your yacht and the yacht beams on either side of you.

Stern lines

Must be prepared and ready to cast ashore or be stepped ashore by your crew. The lines must be free of rails, shrouds, antenna and other deck equipment. Prepare the line by putting a bowline loop in one end and then run that loop over the top or around your stern rails and down over a deck cleat. Coil the rest of the line up so when cast ashore the line goes directly from the stern cleat to the bollards or rings on shore. The windward stern line goes ashore and gets secured first, so note the flags ashore if you are uncertain of where the wind is. If lines are to be cast ashore they must be coiled loosely on the deck and only the bitter end and 3 or 4 coils need to be thrown - not the whole line as they are heavy. Wait until you are very close to the person on the wharf as there is no sense in casting lines into the water because of a tangle, too much heavy lines or because they were cast before the boat was close enough to the wharf. If lines are cast prematurely and go into the water be very careful not to foul the prop.

Helmsman and defensive anchoring technique

When you have stern lines, fenders and anchor team ready up at the anchor, on stern lines and the balance of crew ready to fend off with a mobile walking fender, choose your spot on the wharf. It is important that you do not cross anyone else's chain when dropping anchor. So it is a good idea to do a pass-by of other boats and see the angle their chains go into the water from their bow chain rollers. Always try to lay your chain parallel to other boat chains. Take preventative action by watching other boats mooring beside you. If they are crossing your chain sit at the bow with a whistle and get the other boat skipper's attention. Indicate to them where your chain and anchor lies using a straight-arm signal. Make sure they put out enough chain otherwise they may ask to tie to you if the wind comes up, which is not a good idea. These and other defensive anchoring techniques will go a long way in keeping your yacht and crew safe from anchor fouling and problems in harbours.

Overcoming propeller walk

Start backing up well out, so you have distance and time to overcome the propeller walk. Most charter boats walk towards port, so a good trick is to start your procedure with your stern pointing 45 degrees to starboard. This way once you engage your prop the boat will slowly walk into position and towards your chosen berth as it begins to go backwards. Reduce throttle speed to stop the walk. Reduce the throttle to a minimum rpm keeping steerage way, otherwise the boat may continue walking in an arch across the harbour and you will be off course. Hold the wheel with both hands firmly and steer facing the wharf. Once you reduce the throttle and are reversing very slowly backwards, the helm will be heavy and is very sensitive to course changes. It is very important to hold the wheel with both hands firmly and steer precisely with small incremental movements, as any big steering changes can put the boat off course when cutting though the water backwards. Never let go of the wheel as the rudder can turn madly if you are going too fast and you can damage your rudder mechanism. Make sure you proceed slowly and evenly and always face the pier while going backwards. You may decide to turn your whole body around to face the pier and steer from the other side of steering pedestal.

Helmsman should never slam the throttle back and forth, reverse forward reverse as this may break the cable or snap a cotter pin. Always place the throttle in neutral first, then forward or reverse slowly and surely. If the throttle cable does break the boat may end up locked in forward or reverse which is a very dangerous situation. In this emergency situation, switch the engine off by the key then have a crew member operate the throttle by hand down in the engine compartment, restart the engine and continue the manoeuvre by calling forward or reverse to the crew member in the engine compartment.

Dropping anchor

The helmsman requires constant eye contact and uses simple hand signals to send clear directions from the helm to the anchorman or anchor team. This stops confusion and shouting on deck.

The anchor team can drop anchor using the electronic handset for ease of use, but electronic release is very slow. So if the anchor windlass can be operated manually, the anchor team should be familiar with the manual operation using the hand lever. When the vessel is in position reversing towards the wharf and the skipper is within the 3 – 4 boat lengths he should:

Anchor team

The helmsman must give a thumbs down signal to the anchor team so they immediately drop the anchor. The anchor team must be must be ready and poised to drop on the skippers command otherwise the whole procedure will have to start over again. The chain must run evenly and at the speed the yacht is traveling backwards. It must not free roll or slow the boat. It is vital to start far enough away from the pier to allow ¾ or more of the chain to be used at every anchorage. 40-60 meters in most cases or 3-4 boat lengths. The anchor team should be monitoring how much is left in the chain locker as running to the bitter end can break the chain from its hold in the locker. It is best to have one anchor team member working the windlass and another signaling the captain and monitoring the remaining chain in the locker. The consequences of not using all the chain are getting pushed back on the wharf by other boats or ferry and weather swell. Other boats may also hook and pick up your anchor when maneuvering and inadvertently move it closer before releasing it. In this scenario, if you have 60 meters of chain out you can afford to take in 5-10 meters, straighten out the chain and tighten up your hold.

The anchor team must not pile the chain up on the bottom if the boat is stationary, by free rolling or simply paying out too fast for the depth. If the boat stops moving anchor teams should stop paying out chain and should monitor depth in advance on the port charts, depth sounder or look and see the bottom. The helmsman should be notified if the anchor crew have a problem and must be ready to slow the throttle. One way to make sure the chain pays out well is to always have someone coiling it nicely when taking the chain up during departures. It is not necessary to drive backwards to sink the anchor in as there is little or no mud or sand to dig into on the bottom of silty or stone harbours. This is why the sheer weight of a straight chain is what does the most holding in Mediterranean waters. 

Helmsman steering

The helmsman should try to drive the boat in a straight line, so as not to snake the chain in a big arch or S, as this does not offer good holding and may cross other yacht chains. Once you get close to the berth space reduce speed to a crawl, as long as the wind and weight of the chain is not effecting your progress backwards.Then steer the yacht straight into the space on the wharf.

Get the yacht entirely into the space. Never stop the boat's slow progress until you are entirely into the space. Stopping the throttle too soon may leave you halfway into a space and susceptible to the wind or current pushing your beam on to the bow and chain of a neighbouring yacht. Secure windward stern first. This must be done quickly by having a crew member step or jump ashore with the stern line and simply cleat it off on a shore bollard. This same line can then be secured to the windward stern cleat aboard. As soon as the windward stern line is secure holding the boat against the wind you are safe, as the bow is held by the anchor and stern by the windward stern line. Cut throat signal to stop dropping chain. The anchor team should follow the helmsman's hand signals exactly and the chain should run out freely until the helmsman gives a cut throat signal. This is usually done when the stern is 2-3 meters from sea wall. If dropping chain using the electronic hand set, the anchor team must stop pressing the down bottom and prepare to press the up bottom on the signal of the helmsman. When operating the anchor windlass manually the cut throat signal means the anchor team must quickly tighten up the windlass barrel with the hand lever. It is imperative to fully tighten the windlass barrel, as a loose or free rolling windlass will not hold the boat off the wharf.

Fine tuning

Once fully tightened, the anchor team must remove the manual lever from the windlass and be prepared to press the up or down button on the electronic hand set, on the signal of the helmsman. The helmsman will need to fine tune the yacht's distance away from the wharf related to the length of the gangplank. Thumbs up and down signals are used to adjust this distance off the wharf. Around and back stern line method. Most often in the Med. your stern lines go around a bollard or ring on shore and come back on board your yacht to the stern cleats. This around and back method allows easy departure by releasing one end and pulling it through the ring or bollard and back aboard. It also allows you to adjust the distance you wish to be away from the pier corresponding with the length of your gang plank. It is wise to be 1.5 -2 meters away from the wharf at all times, as ferry swell can be severe. Adjusting stern lines, cleat space and safety on stern cleats. The skipper's thumbs up or down signals allow the boat to move closer or further from the wharf. Hand signals that can be used are 1,2 or 3 fingers followed by a thumbs up or down signal, indicating 1,2 or 3 metres of chain up or down for adjusting the distance off the wharf. To adjust and cleat off a stern line it must be under the back of the cleat fluke and pulled up or let out when adjusting. When the desired distance off the wharf is reached the stern line must make a 360° turn around the cleat which takes 50% of the load out of the line. Then a full figure eight around both flukes of the cleat is required followed by a single locking eight - a half eight twisted over one fluke of the cleat is sufficient. Use engine rpms to tighten up on chain. Once Stern lines are secured back aboard around the stern cleats, helmsman should take the throttle lever out of gear and rev the engine between 500-1000 rpm to allow lots of amperage up at the electric anchor windlass.The the helmsman should then give the thumbs up signal to indicate to the anchor team to take up chain. Once the slack is taken out of the chain, it should be tightened gradually, a metre at a time, allowing the chain to straighten out underwater and the anchor tip to bite into something, stand up and dig in. It is not wise to simply press up on the hand set, as the anchor may be on its side on a sludgy or rocky harbor bottom and simply slide all the way back to the yacht. The last adjustment is to tighten up the chain until it is as tight as a tightrope. You should be able stand on the chain between the bow roller and the windlass and not be able to push it down. The last hand signal the anchor team can give is a fist, which means the anchor chain is now tight and secure. The anchor team can then safely stow the electronic hand set in dry a places, while the helmsman can turn of the engine.

Access to shore

Your access to shore is on wooden or aluminium gangplanks. Care must be given as the yacht may grind or crush your gangplank against the wharf with swell in the harbor. The planks may get lodged between the wharf and the stern of the vessel, smashing a hole into the transom of the yacht. To avoid damages, never leave gangplanks in place when not in use. Have wooden gangplanks aboard when you are aboard and leave them ashore when you go ashore. With fixed aluminium planks always pull them up at least 3 feet when not in use and have them raised a few inch above the rough surfaces of the ports when in use to avoid grinding the wheels in harbour swell. There are few modern marinas in Greece, most harbors offer rudimentary facilities and are often ancient municipal wharfs not modern docks.

Fouled anchor tips

Freeing a fouled anchor from chains, other anchors or debris is something that all boaters must be prepared for if they are sailing through the Greek islands. If you do get fouled on a chain or an obstruction try to free it by hand or by dropping your anchor again using the manual quick release of the windlass. This sometimes works. If you are really stuck bring the obstruction to the surface and work quickly to do the following:

Have a sinking line and the boat hook ready at the bow. Put a bowline loop in one end of the line and lower the loop down into the water. Then with the boat hook pull the bowline loop under the fouling chain or object and back up on to the deck. Loop the bowline over a forward deck cleat then pull the slack out of the line and cleat off the other end also to a forward deck cleat. The fouling chain or object now has a line around it. Use the down button on the anchor windlass hand set to lower the anchor and release the obstructing anchor or object's load onto your surrounding line. Once the load of the fouling object is being held by your line, use the boat hook and the up and down buttons to pull your anchor and chain away from the fouling anchor or obstruction. Sometimes signals must be given to the helmsman to advance or back up, to allow the anchor to be raised without re hooking the obstruction. Once your anchor is free, bring it all the way up with the windlass handset button. To release the obstructing anchor simply untie one end of your surrounding line. This allows the obstruction to slide down the line. Be careful as there is considerable load in the line. Pull the other end of the line to retrieve it. Sometimes it is considerate to drive the yacht and the fouling yachtsman's anchor further out in the harbour before releasing your surrounding line. *Never use the boat hook to lift a fouling object as the aluminium and plastic hooks will break apart or you will loose them under the load of the obstructions.

Sometimes chains are so tangled that a crew in a dinghy or in the water snorkelling is required to help undo obstructions. If you swim in harbors be very careful not to get arms or legs wrapped in chains or ropes. Also, make sure to clean yourself thoroughly and not to get water in your eyes as the water quality in some ports may be poor.

NOTE: It is essential that quick team work and good bow to helm communication occurs during the procedure so that fouls are resolved as soon as possible. Strong winds and small busy harbors can make for very tricky boat manoeuvring when you have an anchor foul. The helmsman must know where to drive the bow and when to remain stationary. Sometimes it is best to drop chain continuously while the boat repositions if the wind has placed the boat in a precarious position. Divers in the water must work with extreme caution if the boat is manoeuvring.

Heavy weather anchoring and overnight security

You never know when a wind shift or a gale will come up when you are anchored in a bay or harbor at night. A good plan is to have a nearby secondary bay or harbor established in advance which offers protection from opposing winds. The scope to depth ratio of 5 to 1, or 7 to 1, is something that does not apply in the strong gales and the poor holding bays and ports of the Mediterranean. Always use most all of your chain. If you are moored in a bay or harbor overnight and the weather comes up strong, have the dinghy and the auxiliary anchor prepped and ready in case it is needed. A secondary anchor set towards the wind usually does the trick. If you are in a bay with strong winds, a line to shore or a secondary line around a solid rocks the bottom can give a good measure of security overnight. If you are concerned about heavy winds and poor holding in a bay overnight, crew members should take rotating night watches.


Flotilla FAQ's

What certificates do I need to sail a yacht if I am on a flotilla in Greece?

To charter a yacht in the Mediterranean there must be at least one certified skipper and one experienced first mate on a charter yacht. As a yacht skipper, you are required to have a sailing license or a certificate from a recognized sailing school. Find out more on the flotilla information section. 

Where do I provision my yacht when I'm flotilla sailing?

Details on provisioning will be provided with your yacht charter contract. In some cases, you will be able to provision online. If you join us flotilla sailing in Greece our programme directors will show you where to buy your provisions on each island you sail to.

I want to do some sailing on my own is that possible as part of a flotilla?

Yes. The lead yacht is there to provide as much or as little assistance as you require when you are on a flotilla sailing holiday. If you wish to solo sail for one day and meet the flotilla later you can choose to do that.

Does my crew on flotilla with me have to be with the rest of the flotilla each night?

No. Flotilla sailing is a great social activity as well as a sailing holiday so you will probably find that you enjoy meeting up with the other yachts each evening to talk about your sailing stories from the day. If you want to eat aboard your flotilla yacht with just your own crew, you can choose to do that as often as you wish.

How do I get a weather forecast when I'm flotilla sailing?

If you are flotilla sailing in Greece with us, we will check the weather dailing and inform you of the weather conditions the night before.

Will there be charts or a cruising guide to the area aboard?

There are always current charts and cruising guides provided on charter boats.

Will I receive help on navigation when I'm on a flotilla

Each morning before departure there will be a full chart brieifing with the skipper and first mate of each flotilla sailing yacht. The lead flotilla yacht will be in VHF radio contact with your yacht throughout the day if you require that assistance.


Reviews

Destination: Greece

Title: Flotilla Greece 7-nights June 2016

Just came off of a week flotilla with 3 other boats in the Cyclades sailing with Captain Steve. I’ve sailed in different areas of the Med as well as BVI in flotillas but this was among the best. The desire to create a memorable experience was evident from the outset as we visited Aigina and were given a thorough briefing of the history of the island and a tour of the ruins. The same intensive briefing occurred for each of our stops which added to our land side enjoyment. Poseidon chose the very best dinner spots each night and our flotilla expectations were met and exceeded.

From: Stan Nashen

Location: Canada


Destination: Greece

Title: End of great week's flotilla in Greece

It was great to spend the second week with Bob and Lisa on Alexadros. Great company, great sailing and we enjoyed being in Greece on the Aegean. We were impressed with the organisation, support and enthusiasm of Poseidon Charters and the leadership of Steve and his team. We take great memories back to Australia.

From: Alan Marshall

Location: Australia


Destination: Greece

Title: Aegean flotilla Athens to Paros 15-26 September 2012

Wow! Too soon a wonderful voyage ends. What a fantastic time we have had. The Margarita team gave a brilliant introduction to the crew of Kalliopi of the Cycladic islands. Doing a flotilla sail was the ideal way to get to know the islands, learn the peculiarities of local sailing (the Med moor for example) and with a great mix of ashore and afloat activities. The highlight for the sailors in our crew had to be the day under sail between Milos adn Ios (although at least one of us slept through it). And of course the run with a pod of dolphins between Ios and Paros was a real bonus. Balancing the sailing was an idyllic two night's at Santorini in the cave house hotel. Terrace views from paradise! A great bonus of flotilla sailing was having the local knowledge of the Poseidon crew both for the places of interest on the islands and equally important, where to eat. The Mediterranean diet is supposed to be good for your health - but maybe we over did it as I don't think any of us lost any weight this trip. So hat's off to you for balancing the wishes of the entire flotilla group. Or as they say in the Navy, Bravo Zulu!!

From: Eric, Kit, Tony, Janet, Glen & Sharon

Location: Ottawa


Destination: Greece

Title: Paros-Athens, Jeanneau 42.2 Greece

Hello how are you Poseidon team? We hope that all the flotillas are going well. It seems like such a long time ago that we sailed but it was just last year -we miss it! I'm sending you a picture of Margarita so you can update the website! I've got many more images that bring back fond memories of our two flotilla years in a row! I'll put them in a cd and send you over by mail. I hope to speak to you soon. Cheers!

From: Paulo Freire de Oliveira & Crew

Location: Porto, Portuga



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