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Start the day with an optional morning tour of the sacred island of Delos - the largest and most important historic site in the Aegean. This UNESCO world heritage site is an open-air museum of remarkably intact ancient monuments and buildings. In the afternoon, swim at a beautiful bay in Mykonos before sailing into Tourlos port, which is 2 km from Mykonos town. The busiest and most cosmopolitan island in Greece is yours to discover for the evening. Enjoy fine dining and the best night-life in Greece. Overnight in Mykonos.
Arrive in the afternoon in Santorini and take a cable car up to the town of Fira to view the 6-mile round volcanic crater. An optional guided walking tour through Fira's narrow, picturesque streets is offered. A stop is made at the Prehistoric Museum, which houses fascinating artifacts from Akrotiri - rumored to be the lost civilization of Atlantis. An optional excursion to a winery and the beautiful UNESCO heritage town of Oia/Ia is a must. Overnight in Santorini.
After an early morning sail to Monemvassia, discover a remarkable medieval fortified town. Explore the unique Byzantine and Venetian architecture and experience the beauty of the sheer natural cliff setting. Depart for Nafplion in the early afternoon, with a short swim stop on the way. Nafplion is impressive with its impregnable citadel, hundreds of feet up, overlooking the Argolic gulf. Wander the old quarter's narrow streets or march up the 1000 steps to the citadel and inspect one of the finest preserved examples of Venetian military architecture. Overnight in Nafplion.
Start the day with an optional tour of Mycenae, the walled palace of Agamemnon - the once powerful Achaean king. In the afternoon, depart for the beautiful islands of Hydra or Spetses (weather dependent) and explore these picturesque Venetian port towns. Overnight in port.
Please note: Due to weather it may be necessary to change the order of the itinerary, the number of days in one location or visit other islands. The Captain is responsible for the ultimate safety and comfort of the vessel and its passengers. It is within the Captain's jurisdiction to change the sequence of stops and ports if necessary due to inclement weather conditions, high or low water levels, dock and lock schedules, technical, logistical or scheduling reasons. Additionally, sailing vessels will motor in light winds to ensure vessels arrive in port by sunset.