1Snorkeling and Swimming

Each of our yachts come equipped with snorkeling gear for each guest as well as swim floats and noodles for lounging in the waters of the Mediterranean.

Guests will be transported back and forth from beaches/shore to the yacht by a tender operated by the yacht’s captain.


Interested in learning some of the basics of sailing?

Our captain will be more than happy to show you the ropes and let you take the helm.

Whether you’re an experienced sailor or just starting out, this is a great opportunity to operate the sails and lines on a beautiful catamaran in one of the most sought after sailing destinations in the world.

3Wildlife Viewing

While on charter, it’s not uncommon to see seals soaking up the Mediterranean sun on the banks of the volcanic islands.

Experience the thrill of seeing dolphins swimming alongside the yacht and show off their playful personality.

There’s always something special to see while out on the water.

In addition to the underwater wildlife and coral to explore below the sea, the region is home to unique birds such as the Yelkoua Shearwater, Elenora’s Falcon, the Mediterranean Shag and others.


The culinary experience is one of the highlights you’ll enjoy and one of the activities for which we take pride.

Onboard our crew will prepare authentic Greek dishes made from the finest grown provisions which come from local farmers, bakers and markets throughout islands of Cyclades.

The menu is a mix of fresh meats, seafood, fresh fruits, vegetables and our bakers basket and amazing Greek salads.

A true Greek dining experience is not complete without some of the fine regional wines.

Enjoy a well-rounded sampling of local red and white wines with each meal and other beverages.

The meal event provides for yet another delicious interpretation of the Greek culture.

We accomodate any dietary needs such as vegeterian, etc

Click here to see Menu Samples


The Cycladic Islands are known for the white-washed houses and blue-domed churches which are perched on the cliffs of the caldera.

The original homes of the area were actually cliff-side caves that have been transformed into beautiful villages that you see today.

The architecture of Santoríni's picturesque towns is typically Cycladic, however there is a strong neoclassical and baroque influence that you can see in many of the islands' churches and public buildings.