Enjoy a full yachting day onboard our traditional MotorSailer, able to accommodate up to 45 guests plus 3 crew. Starting daily (*) from Agios Ioannis bay, at 11:15, we first cruise to the island of Delos, an UNESCO world heritage monument, where we remain for 90 minutes and allow our guests either to solely explore the island or be part of our Licensed Guided Tour. For those who prefer to stay onboard, we will sail a couple hundred feet from the shore, where you will be able to treat yourselves with free soft drinks and bottled mineral water, or ask from our barman, upon extra charge, to prepare a tasty coctail or an iced coffee, while you sunbathe and swim just a couple of hundred feet from the shore. It's 13:45 already, and our Delos visitors are coming back onboard, hit the See More button below to see what's coming up in our program.
We lift our anchors and set sail for the nearby islet of Rinia, accessible only via a yacht, therefore making it a small quiet exclusive paradise compared to busy Mykonos. The blue lagoon crystal clear waters are inviting you for a swim. For those who love to see what's lying on the sea bed, you can ask from our crew for your free snorkeling gear. Don't wander far away though, because our famous BBQ lunch is already sizzling on the grill. Taste pork and chicken skewers, salmon or grilled shrimps, depending on what we found fresher this morning, try out unique dips like tzatziki, humus or aubergine salad, experience the original Greek salad and a mixed green salad, while in the end we will offer you a choice of seasonal fruits. A good food feast in Greece is escorted by white or rose wine, and we offer that complementary too. Not a glass or two, but enough to treat your thirst.
It's now 16:30, what a day this has been! Lie down on the sundeck, and we will cruise you safely back to Agios Ioannis bay by 17:30. Our crew will help you disembark and we will wave goodbye with only one thought in mind, a thought of poet Homer from 9th century BC: " A guest never forgets the host who has treated him kindly".