The Greek islands have been called “a Mediterranean Polynesia” and for good reason; there are 6 distinct island groups (Cyclades, Ionian, Dodecanese, Sporades, Saronic, North Aegean), offering countless miles of shores that are waiting to be explored on your Greece sailing vacations!
As someone who was born and raised in Greece and has been sailing since childhood, I have actually never managed to visit all the islands by boat! The only people I know to have cruised around all of the islands are professional captains, but they cannot all make that claim! You can keep returning to the Greek Polynesia for summers in a row and keep finding new cruising grounds: the sunny backdrop, the warm seas and the kind, hospitable nature of the locals will remain the same, but the scenery will change across the islands.
The Greek islands offer some of the best waters for cruising and some of the most breathtaking scenery in the whole of the Mediterranean, PARIS A is the perfect yacht to experience the Greek Islands in style and comfort. PARIS A is a custom built Maiora 35 designed to be as comfortable and stylish as possible. Built in 2009, she is packed with technology, toys and extras. With 5 luxuriously appointed cabins, PARIS A can accommodate up to 10 guests in ultimate luxury.
The Greek islands are made up of 2000 separate islands, most of which are unspoilt and steeped in history. Moor off the Dodecanese island group, often referred to as the ‘sunniest corner of Greece’ which includes Rhodes where fig trees and olive groves line the hill sides, concealing ancient temples and ruins. The islands are also renowned for great, fresh cuisine, served up at one of many beach side Greek tavernas by friendly locals, great for lunches or dinners on land, although you may see no reason to ever leave PARIS A and we wouldn’t blame you!
PARIS A is perfect for families or friends as she comes equipped with a huge array of water sports toys, including a jet ski, water skis, banana boatalong with much more. She also has 3 tenders, one of which is glass bottomed, perfect for viewing the sea life of the crystal clear waters of the Aegean sea.