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Motor Yacht Charter

Explore the Persian Gulf in a Multi Day Charter.

Chartering a Motor Yacht for more than one day is the best way to complement your holiday experience, escaping the ordinary travel itineraries. Experience a cruise on a luxury spacious yacht from Mykonos to discover more of the beauty of the Cyclades.

Decide on a flexible itinerary and enjoy waking up every day on a new destination. The crew of the yacht will take care of everything, you only need to relax and enjoy your holiday.

Cruise Timetable

Departure: 10:00
Return: 12:00
Duration: Flexible

Mega Yacht Charter

Your great Escape without Limits!

There are no Dos and Don’t in this Charter.

Whether you just want to relax with family and friends while exploring the Aegean Sea in an opulent environment OR setting corporate events & celebrations with an unmatched 5-star experience afloat, on this type of charter your Expectation will be definitely Exceeded.

Cruise Timetable

Departure: Flexible
Return: Flexible
Duration: Flexible

Key Destinations

  • Santorini
  • Paros
  • Naxos
  • Milos
  • Tinos
  • Syros

Santorini

A Unique & Majestic Volcanic Island

A masterpiece in passion and style

Welcome to Santorini, the home of myths and fables, unbeatable views, and an iconic sunset that speaks for itself. Located in the southernmost part of the Cycladic islands, it embodies a laidback glamour not found anywhere else in the world. Santorini is an island phenomenon whose reputation precedes it. And for good reason. On this legendary island in the Cyclades, all your senses seem magnified, a product of its many contrasts: black earth against whitewashed homes clinging to the cliff-side, or wild volcanic sculptures against sleek Cycladic lines.


The power of the volcanic island of Santorini creates an energy that overwhelms the senses. Exquisite luxury, amazing food, and wine, and the unforgettable Santorini sunset are just the start of what this legendary Greek island in the Cyclades offers visitors.

Highlights: Akrotiri, Oia, Volcanic Beaches (Red, White & Black Beach), Ancient Thera, Thera, Pyrgos Kallistis, Skaros Rock.

Best Known For: Sunny and Rocky Beaches, Stunning Sunset, Amazing Landscapes, Crystal Clear Waters.

Mykonos to Santorini: 3 to 4 hours.

 

Paros

Where cosmopolitan meets traditional

Unrivalled natural beauty & beaches with crystal clear waters.

High on the list of top Greek holiday destinations, Paros Ιsland welcomes its visitors at the centre of the Cyclades group and invites them to explore its great beauty, the long beaches with crystal-clear waters and its impressive landscapes. There is a well-developed tourist infrastructure, too, to make your holidays truly memorable.


In antiquity, Paros was famous for its white marble quarries; the so-called ‘Parian marble’ was highly sought-after for its top quality, for use in architecture and sculpture (particularly during the Classical Greek Period). Some of the masterpieces of ancient Greek sculpture were made with this pure white, translucent material. The statues of Hermes by Praxiteles, Venus de Milo (i.e. Aphrodite of Milos), Nike [Winged Victory] of Samothrace, Nike of Paionios, and the Caryatids, i.e. the famous daughters [korai] of the Erechtheion, Acropolis, Athens are some of the most popular specimens of such art.

Highlights: Kolympethres Beach, Holy Church of the Virgin Mary Ekatontapyliani, Monastiri beach, Piperi Beach, Lageri Beach.

Best Known For: Beautiful Beaches, Traditional Villages, And A Vibrant Way Of Living.

Mykonos to Paros: 1 to 2 hours.

 

Naxos

Travel to the heart of the Cyclades!

The biggest and the greenest island in the Cyclades.

Naxos is the biggest and most fertile island in the group, located right in the centre of it. It offers a host of choices to visitors about activities they can try, as well as other entertainment and relaxation options. The whitewashed Chora town welcomes travellers at its harbour. Portara, Naxos’ most popular landmark, lies on the neighbouring Palatia Islet; it is the marble gate of an unfinished ancient Greek temple dedicated to god Apollo.

Chora’s built landscape is marked by numerous fortified palaces, which date to the island’s Venetian Period, as Naxos was the seat of the Duchy of the Aegean. Make sure you visit the Bazaios Tower, off Sagri village, the Glezos-Crispi Tower in Chora, the Belonia Tower in Galanado and the Della Rocca-Barozzi Tower in Chora.

Highlights: Temple of Apollo – Portara, Plaka Beach, Agios Prokopios Beach, Alyko beach, Temple of Demeter, Mikri Vigla Beach.

Best Known For: Long Sandy Beaches, Mediterranean Cuisine with High-quality Local Agricultural Products, Verdant Mountains, and Ancient Archeological Sites.

Mykonos to Naxos: 1 to 2 hours.

 

Milos

The most exotic and laid-back Greek island

All the colours of nature and beaches to match.

Milos is one of the volcanic Greek islands, sitting at the southernmost part of the Cyclades island complex. Thanks to its volcanic origin, Milos boasts a magnificent colorful landscape and a coastline that counts more than 40 exotic beaches.

Milos is an island, shaped by its volcanic past to offer its visitors incredible beaches and an exotic beauty unlike any other island in Greece
To many, Milos is the most exotic island in the Aegean Sea because of its extraordinary colours and landscape and it is, without doubt, one of the most impressive in the Cyclades. Volcanic rocks paint the beaches red, pink and orange.

Highlights: Tsigrado Beach, Agia Kiriaki Beach, Sarakiniko Beach, Sikia Cave, Paralia Sarakiniko, Paralia Papafragkas.

Best Known For: Beautiful Beaches, Volcanic Landscape and Mediterranean Cuisine.

Mykonos to Naxos: 4 to 5 hours.

 

Tinos

The "handmade" island

One of the up-and-coming stars of the Cyclades islands.

The enchanting Tinos island is located in the Cyclades island group, 20 minutes away from Mykonos by ferry. This is where the spiritual heart of Greece beats, in the church of Panagia Megalochari! In addition to its religious atmosphere, the island is known for the traditional architecture of its villages and its charming sandy beaches.

This island, dubbed by philosopher Cornelius Castoriadis as the “handmade island,” is one of the rising island destinations in the Cyclades. An ideal destination for nature lovers, architecture and art aficionados or gastronomy enthusiasts! Tinos is the homeland of great Greek artists of marble carving such as Gyzis, Lytras, Chalepas, Filippotis and Sochos. These artists were famous for their creations, which raised the island’s marble-carving tradition to new heights.

Highlights: Holy Church of the Virgin Mary Evangelistria, Livada Beach, Agali Beach, Pachia Ammos beach, Exomvourgo.

Best Known For: Amazing Beaches, Fantastic Restaurants, Top Hotels, And Breathtaking Photos.

Mykonos to Tinos: 1 to 1.5 hours.

 

Syros

The Noble Island

Grand contrasts in the classy capital of the Cyclades.

Syros is an island in the South Aegean that is at the same time cosmopolitan and Cycladic, stately and traditional, Orthodox and Catholic … where you can be on the beach in the morning and in the theatre by night.
The capital of the Cyclades, Syros is an island of many faces. Even its main town, built on two hills, has a dual identity. Ermoupoli (Hermes’ town) is stately and grand, topped by an Orthodox church. And above it, Ano (Upper) Syros is a typically Cycladic village that is crowned with Catholic monasteries and churches.

The island has a large number of sea activities, beaches you can enjoy as well as a rich and delicious cuisine. The famous halvadopita (nougat pie), the finger-licking loukoumia – small cubes made of a mixture of sugar, water and starch that are offered in a number of scents and flavours – the cold meats louza and maratholoukanika, as well as the PDO cheese San Michali will tempt the most demanding palate.

Highlights: Apollon Theater, Galissas Beach, Miaouli Square, Megas Gialos, Agathopes Beach, Chapel of Santa Pakú (Obbedienza).

Best Known For: Amazing Beaches, Mediterranean Cuisine, Traditional Villages, And Amazing Landscapes.

Mykonos to Tinos: 1 to 1.5 hours.

 

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