- Learn sailing techniques as you travel from island to island
- Dine on freshly caught seafood on Tilos
- Discover the serene beauty of abandoned Alimia
- Swim under a night sky in the welcoming Aegean Sea
|Day 1||Arrive in Rhodes Marina; sail to Symi||Yacht|
|Day 2||Tilos Island||Yacht|
|Day 3||Deserted Alimia||Yacht|
|Day 4||Sail back to Rhodes; departure|
Day 1: Rhodes - Symi
Start your adventure in Rhodes, the largest of the 12 Dodecanese Islands. Meet your crew at the marina and hop aboard your boat for the next four days. Settle in and prepare to sail northwest to Panormitis on the island of Symi. Panormitis is a coastal village and home to a large monastery waiting for you to explore upon your arrival in port. Sleep on board the boat in Panormitis Harbor.
Day 2: Symi - Tilos
After breakfast aboard the yacht, sail to the hidden gem of Tilos Island. Still unspoiled by tourism, Tilos has a reputation for warm-hearted locals and some of the freshest seafood in the area. On the way, your skipper will teach you how to use and maneuver ropes, knots, and sails. Pull into Livadia's harbor and explore the island's capital, Megalo Chorio. Or simply relax on the beach and cool off with a swim when the mood strikes.
Chat with a local specialist who can help organize your trip.
Day 3: Tilos - Alimia
Spend the morning exploring Tilos' medieval castles or check out the island's remote beaches, before pulling up anchor and setting the course for the abandoned island of Alimia. The island's small population left the island prior to World War II and, as a result, you'll have unfettered views of the island's natural beauty. Drop anchor in the sheltered bay of St. George and explore the ruins of the Italian military barracks left after the war. Go for a night swim and sleep under the twinkling stars in this peaceful setting.
Day 4: Alimia - Rhodes
Set sail and make the five to six-hour return journey to Rhodes before entering the port. Disembark and make your way to the airport, or continue enjoying your Greek holiday.