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Joining one of our flotillas is a smart choice and makes you benefit and learn from the experience . 

Whether you come with your rented yacht as a bareboat , or renting one of our yachts , with a skipper or as bareboat , you are a part of a group of people and yachts that have real fun and after a week , they are taking memorable moments in their bags . 

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Rent a yacht from us with a skipper

Choosing a yacht from our fleet with one of our skippers and join our flotilla

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Choosing a yacht from our fleet as a bareboat (you are the skipper) and join our flotilla

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Join our flotilla with your rented yacht and be a part of our flotiila

Join our flotilla with your rented yacht and be a part of the group

Choose one of our planned Weeks

The 24/6 weeks for the rest of our yachts have been already sold out .We still have availabilities for the 27/5 week in all of our yachts . 

Rent with skipper

price below is for a week for up to 8 persons

Flotilla times!

Benefit from the experience-Meet new people

Joining one of our flotillas , means you are gaining more experiences and you meet new people and new places . You are benefiting from our organising , without worrying about the details . You just focus on having , relaxed and smooth , holidays . 

Sailing or motoring ?

The common question among the guests that hire a skipper is , when he will open the sails so they can take photos or even participate in sailing. Some they are keen to help and they really enjoy it and some , they sit relaxed in their couch , reading , while the skipper , remains on the helm without really knowing if the guests will eventually , want to sail or not. 

Sailing means teamwork and appropriate sailing conditions . 
Means that everybody should have a role in the genoa or the main sail winches to get prepared for tacking. The skipper gives all the signals to make people , motivated and co-ordinated . Wind also plays a major role in sailing . If we really need to move with the sails from one destination to the other , we should have at least 12-13 knots of wind . In the Ionian this is not an every day case . Most of the times we need to use the engine . 

Our sailing route

1 week sailing starting from Gouvia marina , Corfu

  1. South Corfu , Petriti (port or bay)
  2. Gaios , Paxos (port)
  3. Mogonisi , Paxos (port or bay)
  4. Mainland , Parga (bay)
  5. Lakka , Paxos (port or bay)
  6. Mainland , Sivota (port)

Petriti is a fish village in South Corfu . All the commercial fishing boats are besed there and spread the fish in Corfu market . 

It is a quiet place with nature playing the leading role , with man just watching the natural scenery . 

Few good fish taverns around the port and a beach near for a swim .

The port hasn’t much space so most of the yachts , just anchor in the large bay  . 

Gaios the capital of Paxos islands and its main port . Is connected with Corfu island by a flying dolphin and ferry and also with the mainland by ferry . 

Its one of our favourite stops and for sure you are going to love this place . Its crowded and very popular with its bars and restaurants for all tastes . 

It has also great market of handmade products like clothes , shoes and jewellery.

Mogonisi , a lot smaller than Gaios is only 1.5 NM South of Gaios. 

Much more quiet , has a small dock , which is being taken care from the owners of the Mongonisi , taverna , there . They offer good fun wih their dancing events and certainly they have the best view , there .

There is a small beach next to the taverna and a bar , called “Carnayo” in the end of the concrete .

Our next destination would be , Parga which is in the mainland about 2 hrs from Mogonisi . 

A place with a great history and also very popular and crowded in the summer . 

There is a large bay where we anchor and then a sea taxi comes and takes all to Parga Old Town in front of the main port . 

Very nice bars , restarants where , literally you can find any kind of food , there .  

Our pick is Stefanos , taverna which is next to the Castle of Parga , having the best view of the bay we are anchored .

Our next stop is Sivota in the mainland . Great swimming spots during the day and we dock in the port at night . Good food and drinks but also a good market of shops with local handmade , products .

How we organise our Provisions ?

Organising the provisions , means that we should decide , how many meals are we going to have , every day and which of these meals are we going to have them on board or perhaps in a nice taverna when we have the chance to be in a port or marina . 

In our experience as skippers , a breakfast and a lunch usually are on-board meals and the dinner is somewhere , outside  . Whether we are in a nice port or a marina or in a nice bay (which means we need to use the inflatable dinghy) we can always choose a nice taverna to have our dinner . 

All ports and marinas have super markets , bakeries for our everyday provisioning . We also have a lot of bays that we can anhor and go ashore in a tiny dock , where we can also visit a place that might have a small grocery store or a kiosk (kiosks in Greece have sometimes all the basics that a grocery store has)

Best tips for a relaxed and a well planned sailing holiday

  • Distances on board during the day shouldn’t be more than 3 hours per day , on a daily basis
  • Ports get very busy during the summer from a very early stage of the day . If we really need to be in a port for provisiongs , Fuel or Water we must sacrifice our noon long swimm to get a place there
  • Sailing needs time to experiment , especially if the wind is very low for sailing  . Also most of the times , the winds picks by the time , we need to be in a port , early noon . Generally , its a good plan to spend the night in a bay if we want to sail or we must be prepared to sacrifice sailing and motor if we need to get a spot in the port . If we do sacrifice sailing we can still relaxe and have a nice swimm instead . 
  • The best time to book your holidays is between early June and early October . The weather isn’t hot , not too many yachts around , you can swimm in warm waters and the tavernas are still open to welcome you !

our skippers

Experienced , Motivated , Driven and Positive minded

Let us introduce you our skippers that will make , you have a memorable , sailing holiday !


Patient and Calm

Potis took his first offshore sailing license back in 2000 , before he gets his driving license . He loves monohull yachts and likes to cover long distances . He is 42 yrs old a non – smokker and he usually skippers for families with kids or couples  . 


Confident and Joyfull

Tasos has a long time , experience around the sea , started from large fish trawlers when they were sailing in the Aegean sea , with his father . Owner of Paxos our Bavaria 46 Cruiser , loves to sail and share this experience with his guests . He is 52 yrs old , a non – smoker and he usually skippers , groups of friends and couples . 

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