Travel for a More Sustainable World

our philosophy

The countries around the Mediterranean, literally the ‘sea in the centre of the Earth’, have produced many famous philosophers – we may not be in the same league as Aristotle, Plato or Socrates but, as you will be cruising the Aegean in the wake of such great men, we’d like to share our own thinking with you.

We believe that travel is a way to better understanding and peace and, to this end, it should always be sustainable both in terms of the environment and local economies.
When we go somewhere we respect who and what we find and add to it rather than take away from it. We have a local focus – wherever possible our chef uses local organic produce in all onboard meals. We serve breakfast and one other meal on board each day but want you to explore the cuisine in waterfront tavernas and spend money locally on a meal and a few drinks.
We do not sell excursions – we’ll happily tell you what you can go and see but point you in the direction of the local tour organiser. In general we go to off-the- beaten-track places which benefit from having small numbers of visitors, not massive crowds.

The sea is our lifeblood and we respect it above and

     below the water. Every week our crew devote some  time to a beach clean-up – and you are welcome to  join them. We support dolphin projects. We have  eliminated single-use plastic bottles.

In order to combat global warming our vessels run on the  cleanest possible energy and we keep cruising time to a  minimum – in these waters you don’t need to travel a long  way to see a great deal.

We respect our colleagues and recruit local people.  We believe in equal opportunities.

We respect the health of our guests and actively encourage  them to swim every day and walk wherever possible.

As we grow our business, we plan to support education  on the islands, educating the thinkers and sailors

of tomorrow – who knows, there may be a second  Socrates amongst them!

Island to Island Cruises



In a world that is increasingly rushed off its feet we’re  turning the clock back to those halcyon days where  the perfect holiday was jumping on a boat somewhere  and hopping from island to island. We want to take  you right back to those days – although in a bit more  ensuite comfort!

We’ve planned our itineraries so that you get to spend  a few hours each day at sea, but get plenty of time to  discover the local colour or simply sit and sip a cold  beer or glass of local wine in a waterfront bar.

Mostly we’ve picked smaller off-the-beaten track ports  of call where our 12 cabin motor sailer can moor tight  to the quayside and you’re never more than a short  stroll from the action. Along the way we regularly  drop anchor so you can plunge into the clear waters  and cool off.

Alternatively take to the water with a kayak or SUP  (stand-up paddleboard), go snorkelling, or explore  uninhabited island beaches just a barefoot stroll from  your floating home. Or, on bigger islands, borrow one  of the onboard bicycles and pedal off on your personal  voyage of discovery.

Life on Board

Life on board is the perfect complement to life ashore. In the first place we have a library of books by local authors, in English, so you can read-up about what to visit when you arrive. We give a daily briefing about what to do and see when you land.

We have a big focus on wellbeing. We encourage you to be active on the water and on land. If we find a messy beach we try and make the time to drop anchor and spend an hour or two collecting the plastic flotsam and jetsam, bagging it up and disposing of it. If you volunteer to join in you are most welcome and rewards are offered. We are all on the same team.

Our motor sailor has 12 cabins, so the full complement of passengers is normally between 15-24. Cabins are small, with private facilities and air-con we turn off at midnight to cut our carbon footprint (there are fans that can run round the clock). We don’t have huge storage space so pack lightly. Cabins are made up once a day and linen changed twice a week.

There is a sundeck and there are areas to sit and watch the world go by. We run a full bar and normally a member of the crew will be there to serve you – but if not help yourself, make a note of it and we’ll add it to your final bill.

We all eat together in the dining room at the same time, unless we’re on the beach having a BBQ. Whenever we eat we try to serve organic food, sourced locally, and freshly cooked by our chefs. We have a small wine list focused on Local wines.


From the Captain down our staff are there to serve you in a friendly way and ensure you make the most of your holiday. All in all we would say it’s comfortable 3 star living – and it’s a really pleasant way to hop from island to island.



Monday Departures


May 22, 29
June 5, 12, 19, 26
July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31

August 7, 14, 21, 28
September 4, 11, 18, 25
October 2, 9, 16, 23


Lower Deck, Double or twin beds

IN DBL/TWIN  € 1,700.00

Upper Deck, Double or twin beds

IN DBL/TWIN  € 1,950.00

› Single Supplement is 50%
› 3rd Person Reduction is 30%



› Walking Excursion CorfuTown 
› Walking Excursiond Parga Town & Castle ›Walking Excurion Preveza ›Half Board 
› PortCharges  
› BeachBarbeque
›Greek Night
›Captain’s Dinner
› Experience Leader (cruisecoordinator)
›Swim Stops
› Kayak uponavailability
› SUP uponavailability
› Flippers & Masks upon availability
› House Wine & Ouzo during BBQ, Captains Dinner&

Not included:

Drinks & other extras

TIPS for the crew suggested 5 euro a day

Optional Excursions


Sunday departures

DAY 1 Corfu:

Embarkation at 15:00. Enjoy a cocktail with your fellow travelers as we cruise to Sivota Bay and have a swim whilst the crew prepare the welcome dinner – the first of your meals on board.

DAY 2 Lefkada:

We cruise north with the Albanian coastline to starboard and stop for a swim in a quiet bay off Lefkada. Back on board for lunch we then cross the Lefkada canal and cruise up to the pretty village of Meganisi where we drop anchor. Dinner tonight in a waterfront taverna.

DAY 3 Nydri:

Cruise to Nydri for lunch then head for Atokos, the private island of the Tsakos family for a swim. Tonight, we Party Night on the beach, complete with a BBQ experience.

DAY 4 Parga

After a morning swim stop we head for the harbour at Parga on the mainland. We moor in the bay and take a tender to shore to explore the beautiful old village with its Venetian Castle high on the hill above. Tonight we dine ashore and enjoy the bustle of this popular resort.

DAY 5 Antipaxos:

After breakfast jump into the crystal blue waters before we head for Antipaxos. Top up your tan on the sundeck either side of lunch on board, then spend the early evening and enjoy dinner in Antipaxos town – lovely waterfront bars here.

DAY 6 Paxos:

 It’s a short beat to Paxos so we stop for a morning swim on the way, making the port of Gaios after lunch. Good beaches here to spend the afternoon, or simply settle down in a taverna and watch the world go by. Dinner ashore this evening.

DAY 7 Corfu:

 It’s a casual day cruising heading north to Corfu where, after a swim stop and lunch onboard, we arrive mid-afternoon. There is time for some last-minute souvenir shopping before our Captain’s Farewell Dinner where we will enjoy one last meal together and toast that we meet again soon

DAY 8 Corfu:

 Disembarkation after breakfast.