ELEFTHERIA means freedom in Greek. Sail with her and you will get the ultimate feeling of freedom. Sail in the crystal waters of the Aegean Sea, where places of extreme natural beauty can only be enjoyed while on-board. Enjoy the sea and sun, taste the Greek cuisine and enjoy the small things, such as the smell of the pine trees, the sea breeze, a romantic dinner under the stars, in a cruise that will leave you with memories, that will be treasured of lifetime.
ELEFTHERIA offers her guests the pure and classic experience of sailing among the spectacular islands of Greece as it was meant to be. An exceptional classic motor sailer built in the Mavrikos Shipyard on the island of Syros, she combines graciousness, character, ambiance and maximum comfort. Under sail Eleftheria is a capable performer, while under power she glides from one magical anchorage or harbor to another at 10 knots.
ELEFTHERIA is the ideal choice for anyone dreaming of memorable times on the crystal waters of the Aegean and romantic moments under the stars.
ELEFTHERIA is operated by a professional and experienced crew of 2, in entirely separate quarters, who are happy to cater to your interests and desires. She is one of the most comfortable and lovely motor sailers available for charter. She is sure to fill your holiday with memorable experiences!
The elegant dÈcor enhances ELEFTHERIA’S main salon and more formal indoor dining area. This newly redecorated salon provides panoramic views through expansive windows and an ideal place to relax, listen to music or enjoy elegant meals. The wide beam provides spacious accommodation for 6 guests in three The master cabin has a queen berth and curved sette, two additional cabins have double berths, all have private bath facilities. All cabins have more than ample-hanging lockers and drawer space.
ELEFTHERIA offers the opportunity to experience the beauty and pleasure of Mediterranean Style , outdoor living at it’s best with her vast deck spaces. There are endless cushioned areas for sunning and lounging plus lovely dining and sitting on the She is designed to provide enjoyment of the crystal waters of the Aegean Sea and magic moments under stars. A variety of water sports equipment inflatable hard bottom tender with 40hp outboard, water skis, fishing and snorkeling gear and swimming ladder.
For 6 guests in 3 double cabins. One full beam master cabin with en suite bathroom, one double cabin with en suite bathroom and one double cabin with corresponding third bathroom. Crew in separate (website hidden) in salon and all cabins.
Communications: VHF radio, Cellular phone, radar, wireless internet.
TV in salon, stereo music in salon
Inflatable speedboat 13 with 40 HP outboard
Water skiing , fishing & snorkeling equipment
Day 1 Piraeus – Epidavros
Departure from Piraeus at 12:00. On the way to Epidavros, you arrive at the beautiful island of Agistri, where you can stop for swimming at a small secluded bay called Limenaria with pine trees that reach the deep crystal waters, with view of the islet of Dorousa and the church of Prophet Elias, which is a sample of the beauty and magic that this landscape provides. After 3 hours of total sailing you arrive at Epidavros. Epidavros was one of the most important cities in Ancient Greece. It was situated exactly at the same spot where today lies the village of Old Epidavros. A small fishing village with a quite beach and many taverns. From there, you can take a tour to the Ancient Theatre of Epidavros. If you are lucky and a play is on, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the theatre’s famous acoustic, which is considered to be the best worldwide!
Day 2 Epidavros – Poros
On your way to Poros you can stop for swimming at the little island of Kyra, a touch in the endless blue with crystal clear waters. You can also catch sea urchins at the deserted little island of Platia. Poros, a beautiful green island, laying at the southwest of the Saronic Gulf. Poros consists of two smaller islands, connected by a bridge, Sferia, a small rocky island and Kalavria, a larger and lusher island with green hills and beautiful coastlines. Its main town and port of the island is built in amphitheatre form on the slopes of a hill. Along the port there are a lot of cafeterias, restaurants, tourist shops and many bars with foreign or Greek music. At the center of the town is worth visiting the Archaeological museum and the island s trademark the "clock-tower". Do visit the famous lemon forest and the temple of Poseidon.
Day 3 Poros - Hydra
On your way to Hydra you can see the small deserted island of Tsilivinia and the little grazing island of
Dokos. The island of Dokos is an islet recommended for swimming. It is renowned for the Byzantium castle and it is also the resting place of the oldest known
shipwreck (1500 BC) discovered by Cousteau in an enchanting bay. Great for snorkelling. Hydra is one of the most cosmopolitan points in the Mediterranean. The fact that Hydra has a unique beauty in its architecture and its landscape, taken together with its proximity to Athens and its important historical interest, has gradually raised the island to the level of an international tourist centre. Undoubtedly, Hydra is one of the most beautiful islands in Greece with a unique atmosphere. You can enjoy a stroll in the picturesque alleyways among the stoned houses or take a ride with a horse or donkey, since the use of motor vehicles is forbidden in the entire island. Cosmopolitan, vibrant and lively, with trendy discos, bars and clubs.
Day 4 Hydra – Aegina
Like the other islands in the group, Aegina is the top of a sunken mountain. It is also the largest of the group. It is said that Aiakos, son of Zeus and grandfather of Achilleas and a nymph named Aegina were the first to settle on the island. It is known that there have been people on the island since around 3000 B.C. On the Southern edge of the island lies the small fishing village of Perdika. This is one of the most picturesque spots on the island and still
has the characteristics of the Aegean Sea-style of square houses and narrow streets. Many restaurants to eat fresh fish, surrounded by a beautiful landscape full of big pine trees and calm beaches. For swimming you can choose the sunny pebbled beach of Klima, located on the south
side of the island.
Day 5 Aegina – Piraeus
Since ancient times, Piraeus has been a port of great commercial and historical importance. When Themistocles saw its potentials and built the Great
Walls around the port, the city became more powerful than ever. In medieval times, Piraeus was known as Porto Leone, a name due to the enormous stone lion, which guarded the port's entrance. The life in Piraeus was always bonded with the sea. Today, besides the main port, visitors can enjoy walking along the two smaller harbours of Marina Zea and Mikrolimano, which are full of small restaurants and picturesque cafes. A stroll among the beautiful old houses of Kastella is also worth taking.
€7.500 per week plus expenses
€8.400 per week plus expenses (July and August)
up to 6 pax
Embarkation/Disembarkation: Upon request (Based port Piraeus)
Included in the above rates: crew, crew's food, harbour and public marina fees within Greece
Not included: 6.5% VAT, 30% APA*, fuel, meals, bar and beverages for the guests, gasoline for the tender, canal dues (if any), Corinth Canal (if any), Foreign water taxes, foreign marina fees (if any) and foreign agency fees, personal laundry, gratuity for the crew, delivery/redelivery fees (if any)
*A.P.A. =ADVANCE PROVISIONING ALLOWANCE is the amount intended to cover operational expenses for fuel, food supplies and any other incidental expenses which are not included in the charter rate. Prior to disembarkation at the end of the charter period, the captain shall present to the client a detailed account of expenses and the client shall pay to the captain the balance of the expenses or the captain shall repay to the client any balance overpaid.
" Coffee: Greek, filter, espresso, cappuccino
" Eggs with bacon, bread, butter, jams, honey, yogurt with fresh fruits, milk, fresh orange juice
" Spinach, roka, cherry tomatoes, parmesan cheese, balsamico, oil
" Greek salad: Tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, feta cheese, oregon, oil
" Season: Lettuce, cabbage, carrots, pomegranate
" Tuna salad
" Pasta di Gamberi with prawns or Pennes with salmon & cream
" Roast Sinagrida or Sfirida fish
" Roast burgers with fresh potatoes or rice
" Briam (roast vegetables in tomato sauce: potatoes, eggplants, zucchinis, onions, parsley)
" Liqueur with flavors masticha Chios or citro Naxos
" Jam with whole fruits
" Seasonal fruits
*We use traditional Greek ingredients: extra virgin oil, white cheese (feta), sea salt, balsamico Demontena