The Greek Islands, steeped in myth, with their rich history and breath-taking scenery, call to mind the romanticism of Homer and the bravery of the ancient heroes. The only quest which you will be undertaking is the search for absolute relaxation, whether that is reading a book on deck, soaking up the sun, or exploring ancient history on shore.
We offer two types of Greek Island Cruises: the first is our luxury small ship cruises, and the second is cruises on board our traditionally built Gulets.
Greek Islands Luxury Small Ship Cruise
Our Greek Islands small ship luxury cruises set sail from Athens and include stops on the most famous of the Greek islands including Santorini and Mykonos as well as lesser known small, picturesque islands such as Naxos and Paros. On board you will enjoy a high standard of personal service combined with excellent cuisine. A typical small ship cruise in the Greek Islands has around 25 cabins and employs 20 crew including a professional ship manager, tour guides and service managers. Your itinerary will be planned by your expert tour guide, who will let you know every evening what the programme is for the following day and give you an insight into the culture and history of the places you will be exploring.
Greek Islands Gulet Cruise
Greek Island Gulet cruise holidays are more informal as you will sail on board one of our popular traditionally styled wooden gulets. The size of the Gulets vary according to their individual design with Greek Islands Gulets usually having between 10 and 20 cabins allowing for an intimate, relaxing experience. They provide personal service and excellent food based on traditional Turkish cuisine. Island hopping the Greek islands is a wonderful experience providing some stunning scenery from the large sundeck where you can soak up the sunshine, as well as indulge in a bite in the informal dining area. Each gulet cabin has en suite shower and WC and all have air conditioning. They start sailing from Bodrum in Turkey and take in the pretty Dodecanese Islands. There are two itineraries: one covering the north and the other the south. They visit small picturesque islands such as Leros, Patmos and Lipsi. One of the highlights of a gulet cruise is that as they sail, they stop off regularly in pretty bays for swimming and snorkelling. These itineraries combine stays in two countries, covering the Greek islands and mainland Turkey.