ROUTE: Bodrum - Mykonos – Bodrum
On the first day, we will be welcoming you to introduce you with your captain and yacht personnel. After making sure that you are comfortable with everything about your yacht, we will inform you about your “Blue Voyage” by answering all your questions regarding the charter. You can contact us 24/7 during your charter.
Kos or Cos is the third largest island of the Dodecanese by area, after Rhodes and Karpathos. It is well developed touristically and its facilities get quite busy in the summer season. In addition to beautiful beaches, Kos offers many historic landmarks as well.
Kalymnos, belonging to the Dodecanese island chain, is the third most populous island after Kos and Rhodes. The island has hundreds of iconik rock climbing routes, beaches for every mood and historical places.
Leros, located between Patmos and Kalymnos, has numerous monuments scattered all around the island which prove its long history. According to Grrek mythology, this is where the huntress goddess Artemis would go for deer hunting. In Leros, you can also discover lovely beaches and quaint villages.
Lipsi is a small island located between Patmos and Leros. Thank to its remote location and small size, the island remains unnoticed by mass tourism, preserving unspoiled its natural landscape, seashores and traditional character.
Hiking, swimming or simply relaxing on the seashore are your go-to activities when visiting Lipsi.
Patmos is famous as the location where John of Patmos received the visions found in the Book of Revelation of the New Testament, and where the book was written.
With its turquoise beach waters and spiritual atmosphere, Patmos is one of the most beautiful islands of the Dodecanese. It is full of traditional houses and its main landmark, the Monestary of St Johnin Chora, along with the Cave of the Apocalypse, attract numerous pilgrims every year.
Mykonos means luxurious hotels, award-winning restaurants, cosmopolitan vibes, designer boutiques, elegant bars, crazy party scenes and amazing waters!
Despite being relatively underrated, compared to the neighboring Greek Islands, Naxos is one of the most interesting destinations in Greece. Ancient past and strong influences of the Venetians and Franks are responsible for the abundance of ancient sites.
The most iconic of them - and the trademark of of Naxos - is Portara, the remaining gate of an ancient temple dedicated to Apollo.
Visitors of Kalymnos and Kos can easily reach a hidden paradise, Psermios. Arriving at Pserimos you will find Avlakia, the only village on the island, which is supposed to be built on the site of an ancient settlement. Even today, remnants of ancient dwellings can be seen and parts of pottery dating back to Hellenistic times are often found in the sand.