Saronic Gulf, Greece
The Saronic islands are located in the Saronic gulf and cover Attica region to the Peloponnese. The main islands of this group are Salamina, Egina, Hydra y Dokos among others.
Begin your journey in Greece´s capital. Athens is the biggest and oldest city of the area. You can visit countless museums and temples like the Parthenon, the Zeus´ temple and the Adriano´s door among others.
Sail around two hours to reach Epidaurus famous to have the Asclepius sanctuary and to have one of the biggest amphitheaters in Greece where some shows are still performed.
Sailing around the gulf, you will reach Poros city. This island was well-known as Poseidon’s island. You will find many museums showing parts of the old temple, the legend and the whole history. You can also enjoy the beautiful beaches of 2 km length.
Begin a short sailing in the morning towards Dokos island where you will find a small town of around 100 citizens. Located among several islands you can only reach by boat, this make the island have no tourists. The perfect opportunity to relax and admire the environment peacefully.
After stopping over Dokos, go sailing towards Hydra. Land in the yachting port and take the opportunity to walk around the narrow and beautiful streets built up by Genovese people in ancient times. You can also go visit the Profitis monastery the current cathedral. Enjoy the incredible beaches Spilia and Mandraki in Kaminia.
During the last day of the tour, go back to the Athens port where you will land in the morning and walk around the city.
The Mediterranean enjoys an average of 315 cloudless days each year. During the cruising season of April to October, the skies are blue and the weather warm, with water temperatures averaging 80ºF (27ºC). Midsummer offers long evenings, glorious sunsets, and calm seas. The water temperature is about 67ºF (19°C) in low season and about 82ºF (28°C) in high season.
The spring and autumn months the wind direction is generally light from a southerly direction. July to August brings stronger winds.
Historical weather (Averages by month):
The eastern Mediterranean has a very small tidal range at 1-2 feet.
In the eastern Mediterranean, the tide range is very small: 30 cm to 60 cm (one to two feet) including the variation of level due to atmospheric pressure and dominant winds.
Client can obtain the weather situation at any time by listening to the maritime weather forecasts. Weather updates are given hourly during severe weather.