Charter Itinerary in the Saronic

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Round trip from Porto Heli Marina, Greece

(7 nights / 8 days)


Day 1: Porto Heli Marina > Spetses (~4NM)

Day 2: Spetses > Poros (~28NM)

Day 3: Poros > Korfos (~26NM)

Day 4: Korfos > Vathi, Methana (~14NM)

Day 5: Vathi > Aegina (~14NM)

Day 6: Aegina > Hydra (~26NM)

Day 7: Hydra > Porto Heli Marina (~18NM)

Day 8: Porto Heli Marina (Check-out)



Charter Itinerary Phm Saronic Map

Disclaimer: THIS IS NOT A NAVIGATIONAL MAP OR SAILING INSTRUCTIONS! The depicted routes and placemarks on the map are approximations and may be subject to change based on various factors, including wind and wave conditions, draft depth, and shore distance. Actual sailing routes may be altered to ensure the safety and comfort of passengers and the vessel. The captain reserves the right to modify the itinerary as needed, considering all relevant parameters for a safe and enjoyable sailing experience.


Welcome to Porto Heli Marina

Porto Heli, just a couple of hours away from Athens, is a naturally protected bay that promises a serene and peaceful vacation. Its modern and eco-friendly marina ensures safe mooring, and the surrounding hills add to the scenic charm. This makes it an ideal starting point for island-hopping in the Saronic Gulf and the Peloponnese, or exploring the mainland’s stunning bays.

Welcome to our charter base at Porto Heli Marina, where we’re committed to providing top-notch service, including an early check-in starting at 15:00. This allows you to maximize your vacation time for a seamless and stress-free start to your getaway. We look forward to ensuring your experience with us is outstanding from the moment you arrive until the end of your vacation.


Aerial Drone Photo Of Beautiful Fjord Landscape Forming Turquoise Beaches In Small Vegetated Coves In Porto Heli A Popular Anchorage For Yachts And Sail Boats, Argolida, Greece



Porto Heli Marina > Spetses (~4NM)


Hop on board after check-in and set sail towards SpetsesSpetses is a charming island boasting unique architecture, maritime history, and a rich culture, one of the most cosmopolitan and picturesque islands in Greece.

Anchor at the main harbor of Dapia and enjoy the local taverns and restaurants. Try one of the delicious taverns in the harbor serving freshly grilled fish among other appetizing dishes.

If you happen to visit Spetses in September, don’t miss the Armata Festival that celebrates the anniversary of the Naval Battle which took place on September 1822. Note that the festival takes place on Saturday during the second half of September.

Sports enthusiasts can enjoy the thrilling annual events, the Spetsathlon in April (Greece’s largest triathlon) and the Spetses Mini Marathon in October, where thousands of participants take part in running and swimming races.


Nice to know:
Spetses is a car-free island and among the first islands to draw tourists worldwide, primarily due to Poseidonion Hotel, one of the first fully organized hotels which opened its doors in 1914.


View Of The Amazing Island Of Spetses, Greece.



Spetses > Poros (~28NM)


Poros is the ideal destination for watersports and activities such as swimming; visit the beaches at Mikro Neorio and Megalo Neorio, as well as the one at Limanaki tis Agapis (meaning ‘The Cove of Love’). Go diving in the crystal clear waters and sail through the nearby islands and off the coast of the Peloponnese. You can also explore the inland; go biking and hiking through Poros’ pinewoods.

The island’s hills are covered with pinewoods, extending seamlessly to sandy beaches. The Poros Strait, and the seaside area of Galata with its pine, olive, and lemon groves surround the picturesque Poros town, where beautiful neoclassical buildings grace the seafront; it’s a place of great beauty!


Nice to Know:
The beauty of Poros has been praised by popular poets and prose writers, such as Georgios Seferis, Ioulia Dragoumi and the American author Henry Miller.


Poros Island In Greece



Poros > Korfos (~26NM)


Korfos is a small port town situated on the coast of Sofiko Bay, surrounded by olive groves, with its densely planted slopes extending toward the sea. Nestled in a bay, sheltered from strong winds and large waves, Korfos features a beach with crystal-clear waters, gradually deepening, and a sandy coastline. This idyllic setting is perfect for divers of all ages, including younger children. Korfos truly gives the impression of an island seamlessly integrated into the mainland.

Korfos’ coastal area is also ideal for those seeking a relaxing getaway surrounded by natural beauty. Explore charming pathways through ever green nature, providing a serene escape. Discover historic gems like the Stiri and All Saints chapels and monasteries (dating back to the 11th – 13th century).



Korfos > Vathi, Methana (~14NM)


Vathi is a small and picturesque fishing harbor on the west coast of the Methana peninsula. Methana offers a breathtaking volcanic landscape adorned with dense vegetation, coastal villages, and a rich variety of flora and fauna.

The peninsula is home to approximately 32 volcanoes. Climbing to the largest crater is a truly challenging experience. Begin your journey from Kameni Hora and follow a 25-minute path to reach the lip of the volcano. Step on solid red lava flows and take in views of a different world featuring savage black, red and green crags and sharp abysses.

Lastly, immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of the island’s volcanic beaches, including Nissaki Agion Anargiron, Limnionas, and Vathy.


Nice to Know:
The peninsula of Methana with its two steep volcanic slopes is actually a volcano that emerged from the sea.
The establishment of the spa complex in 1870 made it a popular spa town attracting mainly senior citizens from many European countries.


Aerial View Of The Methana Sea Yaht Harbor, Aegean Sea, Greece.


Vathi > Aegina (~14NM)


Despite its small size, the Aegina island boasts numerous attractions and natural beauties. The highlight of the island is the renowned Aphea Temple, forming an equilateral triangle with the Parthenon and the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, known as the “holy triangle” of antiquity. Aegina town, the island’s capital, stands out for its well-preserved buildings.

In the surrounding areas, you’ll discover charming villages with distinct traditional character, such as Agia Marina, Perdika, Souvala, Kypseli, Agii, and Vagia.

Aegina is also surrounded by smaller islands like Moni, Metopi, Diaportia, Lagouses, Kyra, Dorousa, Spalathonisi, Anonyma, which you can easily explore by boat from the port of Aegina.


Traditional Greek Blue Table And Chairs By The Aegean Sea, Aegina Island



Aegina > Hydra (~26NM)


Hydra town will impress you with its aesthetic qualities and fascinating architecture. It follows a semicircle building pattern around the harbor, where small fishing and tourist boats, as well as cruise ships, dock, especially during the summer months. The grand stone-built residences of Hydra rise like fortresses against the rocky landscape, adding to the town’s grandeur.

A rich naval tradition and a cosmopolitan island ambience are the defining characteristics of Hydra, a popular island in the Argosaronic Gulf, attracting personalities and jet-setters from Greece and abroad every year.

For those intrigued by religious landmarks, Hydra boasts around 300 churches and 6 monasteries.


Nice to Know:
Hydra is a car-free island + the grand houses once inhabited by local fighters during the Greek War of Independence (1821) have been transformed into museums, offering a captivating glimpse into that crucial period of Greek history.



Hydra > Porto Heli Marina (~18NM)


Take it easy with a late wake-up and a hearty breakfast on board, as our sailing holiday is not over yet. Before reaching Porto Heli Marina, take time to explore the charming bays along your route for a refreshing swim. Conclude your day in Porto Heli for a wonderful evening out, and don’t hesitate to contact us for any suggestions.




Porto Heli Marina (Check-out)


With Sea Alliance Group, the late check-out time allows our guests to enjoy a relaxed and seamless experience.






This itinerary offers a recommended route for your vacation with us.

Should you have specific preferences, we can always customize an itinerary for your request, taking weather conditions and other parameters into account.


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