Captain George Santorini sunset cruises Small group sailing boat cruise
Technological advances in the
nautical world have come along in leaps and bounds since the Middle
Ages and yet you still cannot beat the magical experience of sailing through the Mediterranean onboard a traditional Greek
Flocks of wooden boats fill the Aegean and the Ionian Sea and these
descendants of the Byzantine corvettes are very much a part of
day-to-day life in the Greek islands today, just as they were more than a thousand years
With Santorini Yachting you will bob along the
turquoise waters on board the S/Y Eleftheria. This beautiful wooden
Greek sailboat boasts plenty of space for you
and up to 22 of your guests to relax and provides enough shaded
areas for a reprise from the suns scorching rays.
The S/Y Eleftheria
ideal for small groups, families and
celebrations, for example: weddings, anniversaries, bachelor or
birthday parties, etc..
Forget your motor powered plastic yachts that you can find anywhere
in the world.
Go back to basics and you have yourself an adventure which is as pure and natural as the surrounding beauty itself.
If you are staying in Santorini overnight then you
will be sure to catch the famous west coast sunset, followed by a
romantic candlelit dinner overlooking
the golden hues of the glistening surface. Very few things in life
will leave you feeling more special and privileged.
That is until you embark upon our sunset cruise travelling through the
deep blue waters of the caldera.
Enjoy the intimate privacy. While you are out at
sea your only surroundings are the tranquil waters of the Aegean.
Eleftheria in Greek means “freedom, liberty, independence” and on board
this boat that is exactly what you will receive.
A memorable journey with a sunset cruise will ensure your undying
love for one another and for this fantastic destination that will
last a lifetime.
"Santorini is probably one of the
most sensational places in this world !!
A crater connected to the Aegean Sea that you can sail into, white washed houses and churches on volcanic cliffs that rise up
from the sea
the Atlantis theory, all this makes this place a source of inspiration to
anyone who visits.”