Liveaboard diving and sailing vacation in Greece
There is nothing like it on our site, and in fact just nothing like it, when you get to sail from one extraordinary dive site to another in Greece’s Cyclades archipelago for a week.
Sailing the Cyclades Five dives Night dive Wreck dive 2nd World War plane wreck dive Varied marine life Dolphins Loggerhead turtles Cavern dive off Nikouria and Dryma islands Paros
£730To£879 excluding flights
Price based on groups of 5 divers and includes sailing around the Greek islands, 5 dives (more upon request), diving equipment, introduction to marine biodiversity and ecology & a guide around the diving sites.
Contact us for info & special offers.
Contact us for info & special offers.
Description of Liveaboard diving and sailing vacation in Greece
2023: 7 Oct, 14 Oct, 21 Oct, 28 Oct
Our top tip:
Travel light. Pack lots of eco-friendly suncream though.
Small group, max. 6 people.
PADI Open Water Diver, CMAS One Star Divers only.
On board accommodation, breakfasts, 5 dives, equipment, guide, PADI Divemaster
Buy picnics at local shops and dine out in evenings.
Solo travelers welcome. Surcharge for own cabin.
We cater for both vegetarians and vegans.
20 Reviews of Liveaboard diving and sailing vacation in Greece
5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 08 Jul 2023 by Susannah RoseThe sailing at 6 wind was fabulous. A very competent skipper... Above expectation. Read full review
Reviewed on 18 Jun 2022 by Pon SagnanertWhat a fantastic and unique experience. I’ll be back. Read full review
Reviewed on 06 Nov 2021 by Yipsum WuIf you are looking for the perfect island hopping trip around Greece, then look no further! Read full review
Reviewed on 24 Oct 2021 by Linda OlsonI would give the vacation 4 stars. Although it was out of the control of the operator the weather did not cooperate so we were not able to do some of the planned dives nor sail as much as would have been desired. Read full review
Reviewed on 20 Jun 2019 by Jen McdaidHard to pick whether the best part of the vacation was sailing with dolphins and turtles, diving with octopus, or eating all the delicious local foods. Read full review
Reviewed on 09 Oct 2019 by Nicholas FreilichThis was an authentic, Greek isle sailing expedition Read full review
Reviewed on 30 Oct 2018 by Tomasz GliniewiczThe most memorable part of the vacation was the Tavernas...Safe and easy going sailing and diving...Very good. Read full review
Reviewed on 22 Sep 2018 by Arabella BosscherThe most memorable are the beautiful quiet islands we visited during the sailing trip, the 2 dolphins who swam with us the second day, the dive to a German war plane and the sailing itself. Read full review
Reviewed on 27 Jul 2018 by Heidi WilliVery nice vacation! Meeting nice people and places, everything was perfect...We saw many different Islands and everyday was different. Read full review
Reviewed on 25 Jul 2018 by Lisa SandersFantastic!! We (our family of 5) would definitely recommend. Read full review
Reviewed on 25 Jul 2018 by Helen BurkeGreat vacation for those who want personalised experience with local knowledge Read full review
Reviewed on 16 Oct 2018 by Brian DaviesWe enjoyed our trip, the dive sites were interesting, the sailing was wonderful. Read full review
Reviewed on 25 Oct 2017 by Dale NeedlesDiving aboard the Tabita with skipper Sotiris and dive instructor Annie was the most memorable. Five stars!!!! It was incredible!!! Read full review
Reviewed on 04 Sep 2017 by Lindsay BoxExploring all of the small local towns in the Greek islands. So unique and charming! Fantastic! Read full review
Reviewed on 03 Aug 2017 by Lecia SalernoA million stars!! It was awesome!! We do it again in a heartbeat! We recommend to those with adventure in their hearts! Read full review
Reviewed on 22 Jul 2017 by Malin JacobssonCool badass diving! Read full review
Reviewed on 12 Oct 2016 by Astrid Feierlif you are looking for ADVENTURE and EXCITEMENT - perfect!! Read full review
Reviewed on 10 Oct 2016 by Lauren AndersonA highlight of the vacation was visiting Amorgos and Koufonisia...they are very beautiful islands. Read full review
Reviewed on 30 Jun 2015 by Danielle RommeWe could not rate our vacation any higher. All six of us are eager to return. We miss the stories and history learned from Sotiris and Annie, the deliciousness of the local authentic food, the curiosity of learning about a new place and its culuture and the genuineness of the hospitality everywhere. Read full review
Reviewed on 04 Sep 2014 by Melandee BrownI had a really lovely time. Read full review
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
Planet and peopleOur primary objective is the study and protection of the marine world and the raising of awareness on environmental issues. In order to support our goal, we have formed a series of ecotouristic projects involving sailing, diving and/or exploring unique species.
When our sailing boat, is not chartered, we sail around cleaning beaches, recycling or giving a helping hand to researchers and organisations in their efforts to collect data in order to study and protect the environment and wildlife.
Our base has become the island of Syros where most of the maintenance work is carried out. We employ locals for all the jobs concerning the boat. We buy materials for the maintenance of the boat from local shops. We encourage guests to visit and try the local cuisine and purchase local goods wherever we go in order to get a taste of the local culture and also support the local community.
We organise wildlife tours which combine sailing and discovering endemic species. Under the guidance of our experienced biologist, people are introduced to tens of endemic species, both from the animal and plant kingdoms which exist only in this small corner of the globe. Guests will leave with a different approach towards wildlife and aware of the dangers they face and how to minimise them.
We organise Marine ecology seminars for divers and present a brief version of this to every diver that joins us. This involves a briefing on how to monitor the level of anthropogenic impact on a marine site and warn our scientist of any deterioration they observe.
An annual underwater eco photography exhibition is also organised by us in our effort to raise awareness and protect marine sites and our seas. This project is headed by the environmentalist in our team.
We try to minimise the impact of our boat on the marine environment by using the motor as little as possible, mainly just to enter and leave the port. When mooring we avoid throwing the anchor on meadows of sea grass. We always use permanent moorings when provided.
We’ve allowed space in the sailing boat to store waste plastics especially bottles. As there is no drinking water available in the Greek islands, there is a huge consumption of bottled water. We store all the plastic in the capital of Syros, Ermoupolis and we take it back to Athens at the end of the season for recycling.
We organise visits at the two national marine parks in Greece, in Zakynthos and Alonisos, where the two most important organisations for the protection of the loggerhead turtle Caretta caretta and the Mediterranean monk seal Monachus monachus are based. Our guests are briefed on their work and how they can support them.