MAD DASH: 14-21 of July discover the jewels of Western Cyclades! Truly an amazing experience of a lifetime!
"I am tormented by an everlasting itch for things remote, I love to sail forbidden seas” said Herman Melville in Moby Dick as he spoke for wanderers in all epochs and meridians.
The wild beauty of the Cycladic islands is a testimony to their violent geological past. For those who dare and persevere they hold secrets beyond imagination.
7 days, 200 nautical miles, 4 islands and the notorious Aegean summer winds set the stage for this battle with the elements and time.
You are going to get wet, cold, sunburned, and exhausted, but by the end of it you are also going to get an experience to remember for a lifetime.
- We discover the jewels hidden within the isolated coves of the western Cyclades, away from busy ports and popular touristic attractions.
- Unravel the harsh landscape of Kythnos.
- Daydream beneath the Martian-like mountains of Serifos.
- Relish a BBQ under the stars of Sifnos.
- And stumble upon the volcanic wonders of Poliegos.
Be advised: During the summer this particular sailing ground is usually barraged by high winds and choppy seas, so there is a chance that your endurance will be tested by the local weather conditions during this journey. This is an ambitious journey for aspiring or experienced sailors.
Yacht Type: Monohull
Destination: The Cyclades
Duration: 7 Days
Departure: Lavrio Harnour
Chekin: 14 July 05.00 pm
Check out: 21 July 09.00 am
Bring: Swimwear, lots of sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, water resistant jacket, a pair of non-marking shoes.
- 6 x Breakfast
- 6 x Lunch
- 7 x Dinner
- Mooring fees
- Dinghy & outboard
- Towels & Linen
- Cleaning fees
-Flights & Transfers
Cost: 980 euro per person
What is at the core of Jack & Jenny is their trip-planning process! As they say: "We love the process of designing our trips down to the very last detail. Creating a conceptual sailing experience and realising it while bringing people together and creating unforgettable memories is something we are really proud of!"