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The Ultimate Experience for Seafarers
+30 210 95 17 633 info@sightsea.gr
The Ultimate Experience for Seafarers


A Sailing Odyssey in Greece

Beyond it’s historical ancient sites, its exquisite food and its turquoise colored sea, Greece is known for its early coming summer holidays and top destinations. From May onward, countless boats and yachts start their journey through the Aegean, sailing around thousands of islands with extensive coastlines, while exploring crystal waters, beautiful bays and little coves. Sailing vacations in Greece offer an exceptional sense of freedom, unmatched connection with nature and the opportunity for outdoor water activities such as fishing, windsurfing, diving and many more.

Are you ready for a spectacular sailing odyssey?

The Cyclades, the Sporades and the Saronic clusters awaits for you to make new memories.

Better safe than sorry, always check the weather and the wind here.


Closely located to one another, with their crystal deep blue waters and golden beaches, their whitewashed towns and their blue-domed churches, the Cyclades -“Islands in a Circle”- are known to be seafarer’s magnet of the Aegean Sea. Centrally located, the “Pearls of the Aegean” tend to lure in, every summer, repeating and new sailors to the taste or re-taste unique moments on exquisite blue waters.

The Cyclades include the following Islands: Santorini, Paros, Antiparos, Naxos, Mykonos, Milos, Kimolos, Folegandros, Andros, Amorgos, Ios, Kea, Koufonisia, Kithnos, Serifos, Sifnos, Sikinos, Schinoussa, Syros, Tinos.


The verdant Sporades islands, that are Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissons and Skyros, are wonderful to explore by sea, as the distances between the islands are negligible, making the meaning of “island hopping” quite a joyful experience. Sporades tend to attract most Seafarers to sail through emerald waters, reaching destined coastlines with strong natural vegetation, typical of these islands.

Sporades include the following Islands: Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos


Relatively close to the capital, the Argo-Saronic (or Saronic) cluster, formed by the islands of Spetses, Poros, Aegina, Hydra and Agistri, is known to be ideal for an easy getaway destination. Beyond its historical monuments and its distinctive architectural villages, the Argo-Saronic is known to be a perfect destination for seafarers looking to calmly explore naturally green sceneries on light blue waters and untouched beaches.

The Saronic include the following Islands: Hydra, Spetses, Poros, Hermioni, Porto Heli, Aegina, Agistri.


Located off Greece’s west coast including the Peloponnese, in the Ionian Sea bounded by Southern Italy, the 7 large Ionian islands are very famous for their natural beauty, where exquisite beaches meet with sapphire waters and nature’s lush greenery, and their very rich history.

The Ionian Islands include the following ones: Corfu, Ithaca, Kefalonia, Kythira, Lefkada, Paxoi (Paxos &  Antipaxos), Zakynthos

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