Cyclades cabin charter

Share A Sail On A Large Yacht

The Cyclades cabin charter includes many of the best known Greek Islands, including Santorini, Mykonos and Paros. There are many smaller less touristy places too and your Cyclades cabin charter offers a splendid variety of islands large and small.

The cruises take place on yachts over 50 ft long, with a professional skipper and hostess to look after the maximum 8 guests. You’re welcome to join in with the sailing, or just sit back and relax.

Breakfast and lunch on board are included with regular tea, coffee and as much water as you can drink. Each night you’ll visit a new port with time to explore ashore and get a meal.

There are two one week itineraries which can be joined to form a two week cruise. The cruises start and finish in Mykonos ever Saturday. Mykonos has direct flights from Gatwick, Heathrow and Manchester.

Your Cyclades cabin charter is available with or without flights and if you want to tack on a shore stay before or after your cruise, that’s possible too.

The Cyclades is one of the windier sailing areas in Greece, especially when the Meltemi wind blows in July and August. However your large yacht will ride the waves with ease and you’ll be the envy of those on smaller yachts. However, if you’re susceptible to sea sickness, the Ionian cabin charter offers a less windy area.

For more about the Cyclades, see Sailing the Cyclades. For pictures, see the Cyclades: Gallery. For prices, you’ll need the Cabin Charter Prices page.

Cruise Dates

 AprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptOctober
Andros route4th 18th1st 15th 19th13th 27th10th 24th7th 21st5th 19th
Santorini route27thevery Saturdayevery Saturdayevery Saturdayevery Saturdayevery Saturdayevery Saturday
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  • Mykonos North via Andros – 1 week
    DayMilesDestination
    Average22
    1: Sat0Board in the afternoon in
    • Mykonos Add Mykonos to your yacht charter itinerary if you are looking for a good dose of nightlife and people watching during your sailing trip. This tiny jewel of a town is a wonderfully twee tourist haven that positively hums with activity during the summer. Mykonos is often portrayed by the tourist board as little Venice, with pictures ... Read more
    2: Sun20
    • Ermoupoli / Ermoupolis (Syros) Ermoupoli is the capital of Syros and the Cyclades islands and this stately town exudes an old world charm in keeping with its significance. Around the harbour, 18th century buildings loom over the streets and the towns past glories are evident everywhere. Delve into the back streets and you will be rewarded at every turn with ... Read more
    3: Mon28
    • Merichas / Merikas (Kythnos) Merichas has a good harbour and plenty of quay space for visiting yachts. Glide in past the ferry dock and go bows or stern-to the wall. As this is a very busy harbour and it pays to stay as far off the quay as possible to minimise the effects of the surge created by the ... Read more
    4: Tue22
    • Korissia (Kea) Korissia is a lovely little village on the west coast of Kea. Hidden away in one arm of the main bay of Ayios Nikolaos this is a very popular port of call for Athenians out for a weekend away. Kea, as an island, has an upmarket feel and seems very twee in comparison to a ... Read more
    5: Wed24
    • Batsi / Mpatsi (Andros) Batsi is Andros’s main holiday town. However Andros isn’t the easiest island to get to. So as holiday towns go, it’s a small conservative place. The sort that appeals to those holiday makers that like their vacations predictable and so return year after year. Batsi’s main attraction is the sandy beach that rings the bay. It’s ... Read more
    6: Thu27
    • Tinos Town / Chora Tinos is Greece’s holiest island. A place of pilgrimage for Orthodox Christians, it also as a large Catholic population. It’s also known for its many dovecotes, as a centre of marble carving and for its varied scenery. The attraction for pilgrims is the church of Panagia Megalochari (the Blessed Virgin Mary). This is a short walk ... Read more
    7: Fri10
    • Mykonos Add Mykonos to your yacht charter itinerary if you are looking for a good dose of nightlife and people watching during your sailing trip. This tiny jewel of a town is a wonderfully twee tourist haven that positively hums with activity during the summer. Mykonos is often portrayed by the tourist board as little Venice, with pictures ... Read more
    8: Sat0Disembark (am) or if stayng for a second week, spend the day exploring Mykonos
    Flotilla and cabin charter routes may be subject to change for weather and operational reasons. Your Skipper will keep you advised. Route names may differ from those used by the operator.

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View the Santorini Itinerary
  • Mykonos South via Santorini – 1 week
    DayMilesDestination
    Average26
    1: Sat0Board in the afternoon in
    • Mykonos Add Mykonos to your yacht charter itinerary if you are looking for a good dose of nightlife and people watching during your sailing trip. This tiny jewel of a town is a wonderfully twee tourist haven that positively hums with activity during the summer. Mykonos is often portrayed by the tourist board as little Venice, with pictures ... Read more
    2: Sun22
    • Naxos Naxos is a surprisingly un-touristy town that has a halcyon charm all of its own. I was once stormbound here and developed an unexpected fondness for the place so maybe I am biased! With its hilltop Venetian grand manor houses and cascade of white washed cube-like Cycladic dwellings Naxos is easily recognisable from sea and ... Read more
    3: Mon26
    • Ios Ios is a schizophrenic place. At first glance it is just a village port, once a popular target for pirates. The main town, Hora, is actually a couple of kilometres inland. By day peace reigns. The throngs of tourists spread out and the beaches are bedecked with slowly browning bodies. At night, however, the tone of the ... Read more
    4: Tue25
    • Santorini / Thira & Fira Santorini is one of the most photographed islands in Greece. Images of its dazzling white buildings and cobalt blue domes, set along precipitous cliffs ringing the indigo sea of the old volcanic caldera, grace calendars everywhere. The reality is no less spectacular. Santorini is a must-see of any Cyclades flotilla or bareboat sailing holiday. Sadly, Santorini charter yachts face ... Read more
    5: Wed27
    • Folegandros Folegandros is well off the beaten path for most charter yachts. Somewhat stark at first glance, the only real greenery in the island gathers around the islands capital of Chora which is built precariously close to a 200m cliff edge. This is a pleasant and rather sophisticated place to make for on your sailing holiday ... Read more
    6: Thu32
    • Paroikia (Paros) Paroikia is the capital of Paros Island and typically Cycladic. A maze of shimmering, white cubic houses meander uphill from the bustling harbour and associated restaurants and bars. Not as fertile as its next door neighbour, Naxos, Paros can seem a little barren at first sight. However Paroikia has a surprising amount of water which ... Read more
    7: Fri25
    • Mykonos Add Mykonos to your yacht charter itinerary if you are looking for a good dose of nightlife and people watching during your sailing trip. This tiny jewel of a town is a wonderfully twee tourist haven that positively hums with activity during the summer. Mykonos is often portrayed by the tourist board as little Venice, with pictures ... Read more
    8: Sat0Disembark (am) or if stayng for a secnd week, spend the day exploring Mykonos
    Flotilla and cabin charter routes may be subject to change for weather and operational reasons. Your Skipper will keep you advised. Route names may differ from those used by the operator.

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Cyclades cabin charter – The Yachts

Ocean Star 51.1 Christiana

Ocean Star 51.1 Christiana

Two yachts are used on these share a sail cruises.

Christiana is an Ocean Star 51.1, a very sturdy design built to order in Greece. With her dark blue hull she cuts a fine figure.

Down below there’s a spacious saloon with two double and two twin cabins, most with en suite facilities. Up in the bows is the crew cabin, home to your skipper and hostess.

The galley houses a fridge, microwave and cooker. The CD player with mp3 input is connected to deck speakers so you can have music as you go.

Sun Odyssey 52.2

Sun Odyssey 52.2

Malama is a Sun Odyssey 52.2 designed by Bruce Farr, creator of many a winning racing yacht, and built by Jeanneau.

Don’t worry; down below you’ll find not the spartan conditions that racing yachtsmen have to tolerate but spacious and well equipped acccommodation. This includes four double cabins for guests, each equipped with en suite shower & toilet, all built around the airy saloon.

In the galley there’s a microwave, 2 large fridges and a cooker. Like Christiana, there’s a CD with mp3 socket connected to deck speakers so you can listen whilst lounging in the large cockpit.

Both yachts have a bimini shade over the cushioned cockpit. Sun worshippers will find plenty of space around the deck to get some rays. At the rear is a swimming platform and deck shower.