A full day sailing in the Saronic

Price 120.00

Spend a day on board, with YachtHop !

Join our private full day cruise, available only for your group and sail the Saronic with us! With a full day ahead of us, we plan to make the most of it on board our comfortable motor-sailer ! A traditional wooden boat crafted with great care is the selected boat for our full-day sailing trip starting every morning from Kalamaki Marina in Athens. With her large decks and open spaces, the selected vessel the ideal boat for a comfortable and joyful day by the sea. We plan to leave Athens port at 10:00 and sail south towards the coasts of Aegina. A 2 hour sailing will let you soak some sun, have a drink and get ready for some swimming in one of our carefully-selected swimming spots. Our Captain has a huge experience in finding just the best spots for our swim stop, where lunch will be served too. Our 2-hour long stop will find you tasting some amazingly fresh local delicacies and a glass of wine or a soft drink, before taking the boat into one of the accessible harbors of Aegina. Our selected ports of call can be either Agia Marina in North-East Aegina or Souvala at North Aegina, depending on the weather conditions, for a visit that may last up to 2 hours. During this time you can choose to visit the breathtaking temple of Aphaia, or just sit in a café after a stroll to enjoy the views. We leave port at 17:00, to make our way back to Athens the latest by 19:00, after a full day at sea ! Of course we can arrange a customized trip according to your desires and visit some additional destination that can be reached from Athens.



-       9 hours sailing on board a Traditional Wooden motorsailer

-       A Professional English speaking crew

-       Light lunch, Water, A glass of wine, or a soft drink, Fruits

-       Snorkeling equipment, Fishing rods

-       Fuel & Port fees, Taxes


Does not include: 

-       Transfers from / to the port

-       Any drinks / meals not mentioned above

-       Tips / Gratuities

-       Entrance fees in archaeological sites