Finish:Kos 853 00, Greece
The team of 10-12 people will sail on a sports yacht from Corfu to Kos for the Rodos Cup regatta under the guidance of a professional skipper.
We are planning to sail during the daytime, but night crossings are also possible. It all depends on the weather conditions. This crossing is for those who want to test themselves and add nautical miles to their logbooks, those who want to learn to manage a sports yacht and understand its difference from cruise yachts.
Every day, we will sail from 60 to 70 miles. The entire route is 490 nautical miles.
You don’t need to be an experienced yachtsman for this trip.
from €500 / 7(7) days / 1pers.
Arrival of the whole team in Greece to the island of Corfu, accommodation on a yacht, buying food.
Corfu is the northernmost and second-largest picturesque Greek island in the Ionian Sea with a pleasant Mediterranean climate. Paleokastritsa is the cradle of Corfu with picturesque bays and cozy villages.
Corfu — Kefalonia (Poros marina) — 97 miles
Poros is a modern marina in Kefalonia. The city itself is quite new and touristic.
Kefalonia (Poros marina) — Katacolo — 45 miles
Katakolo is located in the west of the Peloponnese. In Katacolo, there is a lighthouse that rises 45 meters above sea level and is a local attraction.
Katacolo — Limeni — 85 miles
Limeni is a very picturesque place with hotels and taverns on the Peloponnese. There are also several architectural attractions.
Limeni — Milos (Adamanta) — 120 miles
Adamanta is a beautiful harbor in Milos with a developed infrastructure for servicing yachts. In the southern part of Milos, it will be interesting to see the famous Kleftiko bay.
Milos (Adamanta) — Caravostasis — 30 miles
Karavostasis is a popular Greek resort with clean beaches and turquoise sea.
Karavostasis — Kos — 114 miles
The island of Kos is not called the «Garden of the Aegean Sea» by accident. The nature and landscapes here are very diverse. It is inhabited by Mediterranean seals, pink flamingos and even Caretta-Caretta turtles, which are listed in the Red Book of Threatened Species. Kos also has many historical monuments and clean beaches.
Apart from relaxing on the beach, tourists are attracted by historical sites. For example, Asklepion is a temple complex, which consists of three terraces descending along the slopes of the mountains. They are connected by a staircase. It is said that Hippocrates himself studied at the school of medicine at this temple. There is also the Hippocrates Museum in Kos.
We will start on the island of Corfu, and finish on the island of Kos. Along the route, we will stop in Kefalonia (Poros marina), Katakolo, Limeni, Milos (Adamanta marina), and Karavostasi.