Poros Yacht Charter Base

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Monday to Friday0900 to 1900
Saturday0930 to 1700
0208 324 3118

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The island of Poros is a perfect place from which to explore the Islands of the Saronic Gulf. Historically important, this was the site of the first naval base in Greece, established in 1827 during the Greek War of Independance. Whether heading north towards the Corinth Canal or south to Spetses and Hydra, this sheltered area offers varied and relaxing sailing opportunities for all.

Our base is on the Town Quay itself, right in the heart of Poros Town, with its vibrant and sophisticated mix of tavernas and bars.

Poros Yacht Charter Base Co-Ordinates:

37°29.9′ N  23°27′ E

Poros Yacht Charter Base Address:

Punta, Poros Island,Trizinia 18020

Lavrion Yacht Charter Base Facilities:

  • Coffee-bar
  • Parking
  • Super-market
  • Power supply
  • Restaurant
  • WC
  • Gasoline truck
  • Shower
  • Weather forecast
  • Laundry service

The Aegina Route

Day 1

Fly UK to Athens and transfer by hydrofoil to Poros for embarkation.

Day 2

Perdika on the southern tip of Aegina Island. A nice beach and great choice of sea front bars and tavernas – don’t miss the sunset!

Day 3

Epidavros – visit the spectacular ancient amphitheatre or enjoy the beach.

Day 4

Aegina Town – take a taxi to the Temple of Aphaia or shop for fresh fruit and vegetables from colourful floating stalls in the harbour.

Day 5

Vathi – a charming and timeless little harbour.

Day 6

A choice of destinations including Angistri, Methana, Monastery Bay or Hydra.

Day 7

Return to Poros.

Day 8

Disembark and transfer to Athens airport via hydrofoil.

The Hydra Route

Day 1

Fly UK to Athens and transfer by hydrofoil to Poros for embarkation.

Day 2

Ermioni – after dinner, stroll the scenic route around the pine-clad headland.

Day 3

Hydra – take a donkey ride through the charming narrow lanes, or watch the world go by from a café as boats come and go from this busy little harbour.

Day 4

Plaka – great swimming or stroll up the hillside path to explore the ancient cliff-top town of Leonidhion – well worth a visit.

Day 5

Spetses – take a ride on a horse-drawn carriage into this elegant and fashionable little town, or anchor in a quiet bay for a swim and a barbecue.

Day 6

A choice of destinations including Porto Heli, Baltiza Creek or Hydra.

Day 7

Return to poros.

Day 8

Disembark and transfer to Athens airport via hydrofoil.

Transfer to Piraeus from the airport in approximately 45 minutes and enjoy the hour-long hydrofoil trip to Poros.This lively town boasts a superb fleet of yachts, consistant winds and a perfect starting and finishing point away from busy shipping lanes and in the middle of a wonderful and varied sailing area.

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