Popular Destinations


With over a thousand islands and clear waters on the eastern Adriatic coastline, there is something for everyone to experience.

Great for: Island hopping, swimming, fresh sea food, historic architecture, nightlife

Best Time to Go: Croatia is in full swing from May - September. Our personal preference is to go in June and September, its less crowded and the water temperature is still warm enough to swim.

Access: Nearest airports are Split and Zadar


Sailing around the Saronic gulf south of Athens offers a perfect mix of great sailing weather, idyllic bays and harbours as well as chance to experience their world famous historic and cultural heritage.

Great for : Sailing experience, gastronomy, swimming in bays and coves, cultural and historical heritage.

Best times to go: May, early June or September for less crowds but slightly less stable weather and colder water. June, july or august has the most crowds but most stable weather and warm sea temperature.

Access: Fly to Athens airport, we usually depart from Lavrio marina ( 1 hour taxi from airport) or Alimos marina ( 30 mins taxi from airport)


For classic Med beaches, a good dose of Spanish culture, and nightlife that rivals the rest of Europe, it’s got to be a holiday to the Balearics.

Great for: Lots of Sailing, Great Food, Epic Parties, Beautiful Beaches

Best times to go: May, June, September in low season has least crowds, generally good weather but is slightly less stable. June, July, August has the most crowds but most stable sunny weather.

Access: Fly to either Palma airport for Mallorca or Ibiza airport for sailing around Ibiza and Formentera.


With 4 Main Islands and over 50 smaller ones to explore, having your own Yacht is the best way to get the most out of your time in the BVI. Enjoy total freedom in hot, tranquil waters and be surrounded by beautiful wildlife

Great for: Island hopping, swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, winter sun

When to go: Mid November - December is the start of the season and still relatively quiet. It gets a little bit busier in January and February as high season kicks in

Access: All flights connect through another Caribbean airport on islands such as Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, Antigua, or St. Maarten. There are a number of options in getting to the BVI, charters will start off the Island of Tortola (EIS)


Coconut trees crouch over white sands, limestone cliffs soar from clear aquamarine water and another magnificent sunset unfolds; it must be the Andaman Sea off the southwest coast of Thailand. One of the world most idyllic sailing grounds offers everything you would expect and more.

Great for: Incredible scenery, lazy afternoons on desert beaches, great nightlife meeting travellers from around the world, delicate and authentic thai food at every stop

Best times to go: Late november to march is dry season and offers stable dry weather. November and late march will have the less crowds as it borders with rainy season.

Access: Fly to Phuket International airport, our yachts depart from Phuket marina ( 30 mins taxi from airport)


With its multitude of coves with white sandy beaches, scenic mountain range and dense forests Corsica truly deserves its mantle as the Island of Beauty!

Great for: relaxed to more adventurous sailing, swimming in bays and coves, sandy beaches, crystal clear turquoises water,  hiking, mountaineering, gastronomy (fantastic cured meats, cheeses, seafood), sightseeing and discovering quaint hilltop villages.  

Best times to go: peak season runs from July to August and offers the warmest temperatures but tends to get slightly crowded. Offpeak season the island still offers great weather (300 days of sunshine a year on average !) and warm waters in June and September. 

Access:  Fly to Ajaccio airport in the south-west in order to sail towards Rocapina cove, Bonifacio and the stunning Lavezzi and Madalena islands.  Fly to Bastia in the North to sail from Calvi down along the north-western coast of Corsica.


The national parc of les Calanques and the islands of Hyeres are some of France's best kept secrets. Idyllic inlets with crystal water and unspoilt islands make this one of our favourite sailing spots in the south of France. 

Great for: sailing, natural reserves, swimming in sandy bays or rocky coves, crystal clear water, easy hiking, cycling or strolling along scenic paths in pine woods. 

Best times to go: offpeak from April to May and September. In July and August it gets slightly more crowded and some trails can become closed to public due to risks of wildfire. 

Access: Fly to the vibrant city of Marseille (France’s third largest city). Half an hour from airport to marina. 


The above are our most popular locations. We would be happy to organise your flotilla anywhere else in the world!