In the center of Aegean are the Cyclades, a group of islands forming a rough circle round Delos. About thirty islands comprise the group starting from Andros to the North and going as far as Santorini to the South and Astypalaia to the East. The ports, beaches and anchorages are too many to be explored in a week. Even a month would only offer the traveler a quick glimpse of some or the islands: Mykonos, Tinos, Paros, Naxos, Kythnos, Kea, Milos, Santorini, Amorgos and so many other smaller islands worth being discovered.

Our catamaran base for the Cyclades is the island of Paros both due to its location in the center of the island group and because of the ease by which one can reach it (air and sea trip).





Sailing Conditions: The weather pattern in the Aegean Sea is mostly dominated by the strong Northerly winds (frequently up to force 8) blowing in the months of July and August. The meltemi, as this wind is called in Greek, blows every summer, since antiquity, and offers the experienced skipper unforgettable moments of blue water sailing. One should be aware that this area is not recommended for novice sailors or for relaxed family sailing during the Meltemi season.

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