How it Works

First, learn about our yachts and send us a booking request

We work with you to plan the perfect trip, and match you with one of our beautiful yachts and hand-picked captains.

Next, we finalize the details and you start counting down the days

We’re always available, and will stay in touch leading up to your trip with helpful tips and answers to frequently asked questions

When your trip starts, you'll meet your captain in Athens and set sail

You’ll explore the islands of Greece for seven amazing days before returning to Athens

Step by Step

Our online planner will ask you a few simple questions to help get things started

FAQs

Yachts

There are no hair dryers available on the yacht.  Standard hair dryers will only  work on board when the yacht is plugged into shore power (which isn’t available at all ports) because the large amount of wattage they use (max wattage is 350 Watts on yachts with inverters) .

You can also use the hair dryer in one of the restrooms near the port if you have the correct European adapter.

The power situation can vary depending on the yacht, so if you don’t see your yacht listed below it’s always good to double check with your Greek Seas representative.

Lagoon 380 | Lagoon 450

The above yachts have an inverter which allows for a 220V plug that can accommodate items up to 350 Watts.  These plugs are in each cabin.  All you will need to bring is a standard US/Greek (southern european) adapter.

There will be a USB plug available in the main saloon (via a 12V cigarette lighter outlet) which will work the entire journey for charging small electronics like phones.

Items such as a standard hair dryer require too much wattage and can only be used when the yachts is plugged into shore power.

Oceanis 40

This sailing yacht is equipped with a cigarette lighter outlet (12V).  The skipper will have provide a car adapter which has USB outlets for you to use to charge your phone/ipads.  You can also bring your own car adapter if you prefer.

If you require overnight power for an appliance such as a CPAP machine for sleep apnea, we recommend purchasing a battery pack which can be charged during the day via the 12V cigarette lighter or 220V plug.

Yes, the yachts have a built in car radio-type interface with external speakers. You can hook your phone/tablet up to the boat’s speaker system via an AUX cord (we recommend you bring your own).

At Sea

Your skilled and experienced captain will navigate and sail the yacht, however they will occasionally need some assistance from a passenger with raising a sail and while anchoring in the ports.  If you have hired a hostess or deckhand no assistance will be required.

Nope. Your highly-trained, knowledgeable captain has all skills and know-how to handle all of the sailing.  However, they will occasionally need some assistance from a passenger with raising/lowering a sail and while anchoring in the ports.  If you have hired a hostess or deckhand no assistance will be required.

There are a wide range of activities on the islands from horseback riding to ATV rentals to scuba diving.
Activities do not need to be arranged before you arrive in Greece.  However, we recommend speaking to the captain when you arrive.  If any activities do need to be booked in advance the captain will phone ahead while on charter.
Recent law changes have made it more difficult for a US citizen to rent vehicles in Greece.  Many places are now requiring you have an IDP (International Drivers Permit).  While some smaller rental places may not require this license, we highly recommend getting one prior to your journey if you’re planning to rent a vehicle, ATV or scooter in Greece.  Luckily it is easy and inexpensive to attain an International Drivers Permit.  The best method we’ve found is through AAA.

A Day at Sea

When you sail with Greek Seas, every day brings something new – new islands, new secluded coves, new food, and new views.

Learn more about what to expect from a typical day at sea.

Getting to the Marina

Our yachts are located at Alimos Marina, which is 15 min from the center of Athens and a 40 minute taxi ride from the Athens international airport (AIA).