IntroductionDatesPackageLocation descriptionBenefitsFlotilla leaderRoute


Dutch & English

Group composition

Families, very child friendly


7 days



Flotilla dates

Week 1

Still available
13/07/2024 - 20/07/2024
Athens & The Saronic Gulf
7 days

Week 2

Still available
20/07/2024 - 27/07/2024
Athens & The Saronic Gulf
7 days

Week 3

Still available
27/07/2024 - 03/08/2024
Athens & The Saronic Gulf
7 days

Week 4

Still available
03/08/2024 - 10/08/2024
Athens & The Saronic Gulf
7 days

Week 5

Still available
10/08/2024 - 17/08/2024
Athens & The Saronic Gulf
7 days

Week 6

Still available
17/08/2024 - 24/08/2024
Athens & The Saronic Gulf
7 days

Discover the Saronic Gulf in Greece

During this Tubber flotilla from Athens, we will sail to the Saronic islands of Aegina, Poros, and Hydra. It is a perfect sailing area for short distances as there is often a constant and reliable wind and beautiful islands. This sunny flotilla in the Saronic Gulf always starts on Saturday from Alimos, the largest marina in Athens. You can rent a sailing bareboat and sail yourself in the flotilla with a Dutch or Greek skipper. The wind is relatively constant during this period, with wind force between 3 and 5 Beaufort. As a result, the Saronic Gulf is perfect for family sailing. Stop dreaming and start your adventure and book your flotilla sailing trip to Greece now!

Rather go sailing the Athens flotilla in spring or autumn? Check out the availability of the Spring and Autumn flotilla from Athens :)

Discover the Saronic Gulf in Greece

Tubber flotilla package

The yachts available for this flotilla have the following standard equipment:
  • Dutch & English guidance
  • Own service 24/7 from Tubber
  • Welcome package
  • Towels
  • Clean linen
  • Blankets
  • Dinghy
  • Final cleaning
  • Full fuel tank
  • Full gas bottle for cooking and a full water tank
Athens Saronic Gulf

Athens Saronic Gulf

You will sail to the Saronic islands of Aegina, Poros and Hydra. It is a perfect sailing area for short distances as there is often a constant and reliable wind and beautiful islands. Besides this we will visit many nice snorkling places and visit the spectacular amphitheater of Epidaurus. Flotilla sailing in Greece is a lust for everybody!

Experienced flotilla guidance

At Tubber you get the best service! Our flotilla guides are passionate and experienced sailors.

Quality yachts

Young and very well maintained yachts. All yachts in the Tubber flotilla are from 1 owner, so we can offer the best service with our own service during the flotilla.

All in Tubber package

All yachts in the Tubber flotilla have an all-inclusive flotilla package. Outboard motor, towels, linen, final cleaning and a welcome pack, it's all included!

The flottila guidance

Of course, a successful sailing holiday depends on the weather, the sun, the sea and the flotilla guidance. In addition to fun, safety is of course very important during the sailing holiday. During the flotilla, professional guidance is available on the mothership who are always ready for mooring and anchoring. These flotilla leaders may also be local skippers, but will always have good English language skills. In addition, they plot the route (with input from the participants) and monitor the weather for everyone. Of course they also enjoy it a lot themselves and are always looking forward to giving you a great experience in Croatia too.

The flottila guidance

Example route

This route is an example route. The route can be changed based on factors like the weather.
Leftover stones of ruins in a field next to a city in Greece

Day 1

Check-in Alimos / Athens
You can check in quietly in Alimos after your flight on Saturday. We will not leave until Sunday. Take the time for the check-in extensively and possibly grab an Uber to the centre of Athens or Piraeus. Meeting and reception are in the temporary office of Tubber at the harbour. You can board your sailing yacht or catamaran at 5 p.m.
The epidaurus theather in Greece

Day 2

Athens - Epidaurus
After the skippers briefing with a nice cup of coffee, we sail away. During the day you can drop anchor in one of the beautiful bays for a nice swim (sometimes a bit chilly) or snorkelling. In Epidaurus you can visit the impressive amphitheatre, the amphitheatre of Epidaurus is known as the best-preserved theatre of Greek antiquity.
Sailboat in water next to jetty in Vathy, Greece

Day 3

Epidaurus - Vathy
In the morning you have time to explore the village of Epidaurus and buy fresh sandwiches. Around noon we sail to Vathy on the Methana peninsula. Vathy is a picturesque village with many small restaurants and is located on the open sea, making the water very clean here.
Air shot of the city Poros and the boulevard with sailyachts on the surrounding water

Day 4

Vathy - Poros
Poros is cosy and picturesque; the residents here have to get it from the tourists, but somehow they manage to keep it authentic. The small streets are still cleaned with a broomstick. Here you can rent a scooter or a bicycle to enjoy the view higher up the mountain. Or take a walk among the old houses under overhanging flowers. Of course, there is plenty of time for the real Greek cuisine and a drink on the terrace or your back deck.
A harbor in Perdika, Greece, full with sailyachts

Day 5

Poros - Perdika
Perdika is a village on the beautiful Greek island of Aegina. On the way to the village, you have the best chance of spotting dolphins. There is plenty of time to drop anchor somewhere for a spring dive or a delicious lunch.
Two children sitting on the front of a sailyacht, smiling as they look over the water

Day 6

Perdika - Korfos
This small harbour town is in a beautiful bay. You can enjoy the view and the sunset from the terrace or your cockpit.
A single sailyacht on clear water

Day 7

Korfos - Athene
Today we sail back to Athens. In between, you still have time to drop anchor. In the evening, there is the option to go out for dinner with the whole group. This way you can still enjoy the last Greek evening together.
A row of colorful boats docked with mountains in the background

Day 8

Check out
Today is the last day. If you fly back at the end of the day, you can still visit the Acropolis, the streets of Plaka or the Monastiraki district.
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