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Greek Island Hopping in Style

Athens – Santorini – Mykonos – Poros – Polyegos – Folegandros – Tinos – Paros – Agistri

Exclusive women-only island hopping sailing trip through the idyllic Cycladic islands on our own private yacht. Enjoy a smorgasbord of foodie and wine experiences, picture-perfect white-washed villages, inaccessible swimming spots, fabulous beach clubs, mornings and afternoons on deck, and so much more.

Highlights: Your own private sailing yacht | Welcome brunch with Acropolis views | Undiscovered Folegandros | Santorini’s blue-domed Oia | Winery visits | Day at famous Mykonos beach club | Olive grove hike and olive oil tasting | BBQs on deck | Incredible sunsets | Fashionable dinners | Guided tour of mythical Delos | Swimming stops in beautiful places | Large sundeck | Captain’s Farewell dinner | Beautiful fishing village of Paros | Beach time in Agistri | Tinos | Wine during meals

No single supplements* | Classic ship & cabins

2024 May & June – SOLD OUT

23rd – 30th May 2025

Maximum number of passengers: 39

Activity level: This is an active trip and a moderate level of fitness is required.

*Prices per person, we pair you with another solo traveler ** Optional

 

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Trip Overview

Day 1 – Acropolis brunch in Athens, embarkation and Captain’s Welcome dinner

Day 2 – Folegandros and Polyegos

Day 3 – Santorini

Day 4 – Paros

Day 5 – Mykonos

Day 6 – Delos and Tinos

Day 7 – Agistri, sunset at Temple of Poseidon and farewell Captain’s dinner

Day 8 – Return to Athens and disembarkation


Our private sailing yacht

Our floating hotel for the week is a classic beauty that will extend its large sails (weather permitting) and take us on a voyage across the famous Cycladic islands onboard her spacious interiors, cozy wood panelled lounges and 360 degree decks.

Our home away from home has everything we need to explore the area in comfort and style and a full sun deck on the upper level that will be the best place to enjoy summer vibes.

Specs

  • Number of passengers: 39
  • Cabins: 24
  • Crew: 16-18
  • Length: 48 meters

Refurbished in 2020.

Feature highlights

  • Sunset bar and lounge
  • Large sun deck with sun loungers and sofas
  • All-day cafe and bar

There is a fabulous sun deck to sunbathe, relax, have a drink, read a book and more and plenty of common areas to catch up with like minded solo female travelers or watch the world go by.

Restaurant

The restaurant where all meals are taken can accommodate all passengers at once in shared tables.

Outdoor bar & lounge

We will enjoy sunset drinks and snacks as the sun goes down at the outdoor lounge where we will mingle and laugh.

Sun deck

The boat’s highlight is this infinity sun deck that occupies the entire upper level and is the perfect place to enjoy our exclusive vacation.

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 : Embarkation in Athens

Number of steps: 1,000
Hours sailing: 4

Our trip starts in Athens, the capital of Greece and the site of ancient ruins and the roots of the great Greek Empire.

We recommend you arrive a day early to explore Athen’s Acropolis on your own and get over the jetlag, we have a busy week ahead of us and you won’t want to be tired and miss the fabulous stops!

In the late morning, make your way to the meet up brunch spot to meet your fellow travelers and toast to the amazing trip that is about to begin.

Get into vacation mode as we walk you through an orientation of the week and you get to introduce yourself to the rest of the sailing crew.

After brunch, we will be picked up and taken to the marina where our sailing yacht awaits, ready to take us on this great island hopping adventure.

Upon embarkation, we will complete registration and unpack our luggage as we meet the rest of the crew. We will depart the marina at around 4pm and set sail towards Poros.

We will see the sun go down and enjoy Happy Hour on deck.

Dress up for our Welcome Captain’s Dinner which will be served onboard as we sail through our first glimpses of the Cycladic islands before arriving in Poros.

Quaint Poros is a small fishing island that is practically attached to the mainland.

Unlike the other more famous islands we will visit on this trip, Poros has remained almost untouched by international tourism and is a quiet respite from the buzz of Athens and other more popular islands such as Santorini and Mykonos.

We will dock at port after dinner and have some free time to walk up to the lighthouse, enjoy an ice cream (which is a must!), have a drink by the sea or just take a stroll and stretch our sea legs on land.

We will all be back onboard by midnight, like Cinderella, so the Captain can set sail to our next stop.

Inclusions: Welcome brunch, happy hour welcome drinks and Captain’s dinner with wine. Overnight in your chosen cabin.


Day 2 : Polyegos & Folegandros

Number of steps: 3,000
Hours sailing: 11 (mostly during the night)

Today we will make our way to Folegandros, perhaps the Cyclades’ best kept secret and one which you are about to discover.

On the way, we will stop for your first swim of the trip at stunning Polyegos.

Polyegos is a large uninhabited island where only goats live, hence its name. But we didn’t come here for these four-legged animals but for the crystal clear waters around the island.

Jump off the side deck and into the warm and clear waters at this private stop only accessible by boat and enjoy all that you came here for: the beautiful Aegean Sea.

Tip: The beaches and bays we will stop at are remote and we will most likely have them all to ourselves.

Take a dip while our chefs cook a wonderful BBQ on deck with plenty of skewers, freshly cooked salads and wonderful Greek food. This is what all of Greek’s island hopping dreams are made of!

After lunch, we will depart towards Folegandros, another quiet and yet to be discovered island in Greece that is starting to make waves with the locals. You heard it here first!

We will take a shower and freshen up to venture into this peaceful slice of paradise for a walking tour and winery dinner.

Don’t expect Gucci shops or flashy bars here, Folegandros doesn’t even have public transportation or taxis, this is where slow travel takes a whole new meaning.

Our wonderful host Stella, will give us a quick introduction into the island as we walk the small and cozy streets of one of the main villages. We will then have some free time to do some shopping, or enjoy the beautiful simple life of the small islands.

For dinner, we will share a casual set-up at a local winery where we will taste seasonal dishes with great local wines grown right on the island in a stone patio surrounded by olive trees.

We will share lively conversation under the starry skies and then have some free time to wander the little village streets some more.

We will return to the yacht after dinner and perhaps enjoy another drink at the bar.

Inclusions: Breakfast onboard, BBQ lunch at Polyegos, dinner and wine, family style, transfers from the yacht to the village and back, overnight in your chosen cabin.


Day 3 : Santorini

Number of steps: 10,000-15,000, depending on what you choose to do during your free time
Hours sailing: 3

Santorini is perhaps the most famous of the Greek Islands and can be credited with practically putting the Cyclades on the map. Today is the day when you will find out why.

We will set sail early in the morning to arrive in Santorini before the large cruise ships disembark to make sure we are not caught in crowds.

We make our way to Fira, the capital of Santorini, with beautiful whitewashed buildings set atop the cliff.

We will have free time in the morning to take photographs, do some shopping for classy and elegant clothing, enjoy a drink or a coffee at one of the many cliffside bars or simply wander this postcard-perfect village.

In the early afternoon we will go to Argyros Wines for lunch, one of the oldest and most interesting wineries in Santorini. Lunch will be paired with a wine tasting of the famous Assyrtiko wines and the locally made sweet Vinsanto dessert wine.

Vineyards in Santorini have to struggle through more than 320 days with no rain, arid volcanic soils and continuous sun and wind.

Vines produce very few kilos of grapes and the locals have learned to grow them in a basket shape that is unique of the island.

We will taste 4 local wines along with local cheeses and breads, and there will be time for a brief walking tour of the vineyards.

After the winery visit, we will head to Oia, probably the most picturesque and photographed village in the entire country.

Oia is a small blue-domed, white washed village now populated by restaurants, luxury hotels and shopping.

Its narrow pedestrian streets are packed to the brim in the summer and at sunset and afford beautiful views of the caldera below.

You can of course also take a taxi and go anywhere else on the island on your own for example to visit the prehistoric city of Akrotiri, go down to Fira, to the beach, etc.

We will depart Oia in the early evening, to catch the cable car down to port, and take tenders back to our ship where there will be a casual dinner of sandiwches and snacks available.

We will watch sunset from the ship.

Inclusions: Breakfast onboard, cable car tickets, transfers in Santorini from port to Oia, to the winery, back to Oia/Pyrgos, Lunch and wine tasting at the winery, overnight in your chosen cabin. Casual dinner of sandwiches and snacks onboard.


Day 4 : Paros

Number of steps: 10,000-15,000
Hours sailing: 6 (during the early morning)

After popular and no doubt busy Santorini, Paros will feel like a breath of fresh air and a return to the quiet life of the Greek Islands.

We will start the day with a visit to Paros highest and oldest village of Lefkes with its labyrinthine streets, quaint white-washed houses and many chapels and churches where we will meet the team behind Paros Olive Oil Tasting for a delicious back to nature morning.

We will start our leisurely 5km circular hike in Lefkes which will follow The “Lefkes Village-Byzantine Way”.

This trail covers half of the Byzantine Way, a 1000-year-old, stone-paved footpath that used to be part of the island’s main throughway in medieval times.

Some parts are covered in marble, some are dirt tracks and some are centuries-old hillside footpaths among the terraced olive groves, vineyards and cereal fields in the valley below Lefkes village.

En route, we will enjoy the view to the countryside and the sea, as well as the smell and sight of wild aromatic herbs and flowers which our guide will point out.

This is a walking tour with a female touch that will introduce you to the history and culture of the island while emphasizing on the importance of olive oil on the environment and the Mediterranean diet of the islanders throughout the centuries.

After our walk, we will round off the morning with an olive oil food pairing and a gastronomic tasting of vegetarian dishes made with local extra virgin olive oil in a beautiful, traditional village tavern owned and managed by two generations of Lefkes women.

After a gastronomic presentation of the select local dishes & products in the menu, you will also be introduced to the transformative powers of Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO), particularly in the context of Cycladic cuisine, through the process of ‘food pairing’.

We will indulge in freshly prepared Greek & Parian dishes such as Lefkes artisan bread served with oregano and local fleur de sel, Greek salad with xinomitzithra (local soft goat-milk cheese), Taramosalata (fish roe salad), fried wild fennel balls and so much more, this is your chance to enjoy fully seasonal and local dishes made with love.

After lunch, we will return to the yacht for a shower, rest and maybe a siesta before we set back out to explore the picture-perfect fishing village of Naoussa with its white cobblestoned alleyways and its seaside bars.

Naoussa is a laid-back version of Mykonos and has pretty squares with lapping fishing boats, narrow shopping streets with unique finds and bright bougainvillaea.

To some, this is the preferred island to Mykonos.

You will have free time to wander and look for hidden finds, enjoy a traditional Mediterranean dinner at one of the town squares, or see the sunset.

After dinner, enjoy a drink or a dose of nightlife in town. Make your way back to the boat before we set sail.

Inclusions: Breakfast onboard, guided hiking tour, olive oil pairing lunch, transfers to hiking, back to the yacht, and to Naoussa, overnight in your chosen cabin.


Days 5 : Mykonos 

Number of steps: 5,000-10,000 (depending on what you do in your free time)
Hours sailing: 4 (during the early morning)

Mykonos is Santorini’s grown up, fun sister and the premier beach and party destination in the Cyclades Islands.

The rich and famous fight for front row sun loungers at the most famous beach clubs while the fashionable shop in the luxury branded stores in town.

There isn’t a more chic and high-end address in the whole country.

Today, we will do like the celebrities that we are and lounge the morning away at a quiet lagoon on Super Paradise Beach, the famous and exclusively posh JackieO’ Mykonos Beach Club where we have reserved sun loungers with umbrellas, food, and drinks.

Sunbathe, dance to the sound of the DJs, get entertained by Priscilla, people watch and generally mingle with the beautiful people that frequent the club as we make the most of our time in this precious bit of paradise.

JackieO’ has a jacuzzi, pool, raised terrace, a boutique and even a hotel and is fabulously sculpted to look like a wedding cake.

If you ever wondered where the celebrities who flock to Mykonos spend their days (besides on the decks of their luxury yachts) this is it.

With a new glow, we will return to the yacht for a shower and change of clothes.

Later on, all glammed up, we will take the sea bus back to Mykonos town for a brief guided tour with Stella before enjoying free time for shopping, taking photos and exploring the main white and blue village of Chora on the island.

Tip: As you are walking the streets of Mykonos, look out for the famous pelicans who casually wander the alleys.

Find a spot for a sunset drink in Little Venice, walk up to the iconic windmills or sit by the port to watch the boats come and go until its time for dinner.

Dinner will be at the island’s most exclusive restaurant, white washed Koursaros, for a premium seafood dinner and wine under the stars.

Stay out for as long as you like, Mykonos is an island where parties run the night away, sea buses run until 1am and you can always take a quick taxi ride back to the yacht, the night is always young in Mykonos!

Tip: Tonight we will sleep at port in Mykonos so you can stay up as late as you like.

Inclusions: Breakfast onboard, return transfers to Jackie O, sun lounger booking and towel, walking tour of Chora, dinner in Mykonos, overnight in your chosen cabin.


Day 6 : Delos and Tinos

Number of steps: 10,000-15,000
Hours sailing: 2

After breakfast we will leave the boat behind, take the sea bus followed by a boat and arrive at the UNESCO-listed site of Delos, Antiquity’s holiest place and one of the most important mythological and archeological sites in Ancient Greece.

Delos is uninhabited today but was once a major cult centre for Dionysus and Titaness Leto, mother of Apollo and Artemis.

Through purifications of the island to make it fit for the revering of Gods, Delos ended up being uninhabited as nobody was allowed to be born or die on the island.

We will take a 2-hour guided tour of Delos with an extremely knowledgeable and expert local storyteller, who will talk of myths and muses and tell us all about this fascinating mythological island.

There will be free time for photos before we take the boat and sea bus back to the yacht and depart Mykonos on our way to Tinos, Greece’s most recent island discovery.

We will enjoy lunch onboard as we sail the waters of the Cyclades and take in the views, perhaps sun bathing on deck or enjoying a drink at the bar.

Tinos has recently been awarded best island in Europe and is a rough diamond waiting to be polished.

The island boasts over 80 windmills, about 1,000 artistic dovecotes, a few dozen active villages and several Venetian fortifications.

Upon arrival, we will take a scenic ride to the main village of Pyrgos where we will have some free time to wander the streets.

We will then continue to dinner which will be enjoyed at a farm house where our local female host lives.

Our host Nikoleta is a prolific and widely recognised cooking book writer and will open her house and garden to us for a home made dinner prepared with seasonal ingredients that showcase the local cuisine.

As we enjoy our casual meal, she will demonstrate some of the dishes and tell us more about the local foods of Tinos.

Dinner will consist of a series of sharing platters enjoyed around a table as we mingle and exchange our favorite parts of the trip so far.

This will be a casual affair that best showcases Greece’s way of life: a meal shared among friends around a table filled with food to the brim.

After dinner, we will all join in the live musicians with traditional folkloric dances which Nikoleta and her daughters will teach us.

Inclusions: Breakfast onboard, guided tour of Delos including return transportation by boat and entrance tickets, lunch onboard, return transfers to dinner, home made dinner with wine, overnight in your chosen cabin.


Days 7 and 8 : Agistri

Number of steps: 1,000-5,000
Hours sailing: 11

Our last day on the islands will start with a leisurely breakfast as we sail back from Tinos towards Athens.

We will be saying goodbye to the Cyclades with a swimming spot at the stunning back beaches of the island of Agistri with its clear blue waters.

We will arrive here mid morning (weather permitting) and anchor near the shore so we get to make the most of the beautiful island and beach life of the Cycladic Islands.

Lunch will consist of a BBQ on deck as you take dips in the sea and enjoy the last few rays of sunshine before we return to port.

Sunbathe on the sun deck, swim or float in the water, get on the kayaks or stand up paddle boards, chat with your new found friends, enjoy a cocktail, read a book and make the most of the last few hours of our vacation time.

You can also take the tenders and go to th beach club on the small island where you can rent a sun bed and enjoy the peace and quiet.

After a shower and change of clothes for our farewell dinner, we will get back on deck for a final Happy Hour as we stop in front of the mythical Temple of Poseidon where we will see the sun set one last time in the horizon.

Our farewell dinner will be your chance to say goodbye to the crew and indulge in one last seasonal Greek dinner in the best company.

We will arrive in Athens just after dinner and dock at the marina. Our last night will be spent onboard before checking out and departing the next day.

On day 8, make your own arrangements to the airport on to your onward travels in Greece and beyond.

Inclusions: Breakfast onboard on day 7 and 8, BBQ lunch on deck, Captain’s dinner with wine on day 7, overnight in your chosen cabin.


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Cabins and prices

Our boat is a beautiful wooden 3-mast sailing yacht that was refurbished in 2020 and can accommodate 39 guests in the set up for our trip with single doubles cabins and twin shared cabins.

Cabins are located in the lower and middle decks and all are connected to the central audio system for announcements and have independent air conditioning controls.

All cabins have external views via portholes, hair driers, flat screen TVs, mini fridges and ensuite bathrooms.

Category A – Single use

1 passenger | 130-140 sqf.

Single use double cabins on the higher deck with 1 double bed, 2 porthole windows that face out onto the deck and sea and ensuite bathroom with shower. There is also a desk and closet to store luggage.

Why pick this cabin

Have the cabin to yourself. These cabins are larger than the Category C single cabins and located in the upper level with direct access to the deck outside.

From 6,795 EUR per person

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Category A – Shared

2 passengers | 130-140 sqf.

Shared double cabins on the higher deck with twin beds, 1 / 2 porthole windows that face out onto the deck and sea and ensuite bathroom with shower. There is also a closet to store luggage.

Why pick this cabin

Avoid the single supplement. These cabins are more spacious than the Category B shared cabins and located in the upper level with direct access to the deck outside.

From 5,195 EUR per person sharing

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Category C – Single use

1 Passenger | 120 sqf.

Compact single cabin with ensuite bathroom with a shower, a desk and a closet to unpack. This cabin has 1 porthole window.

Why pick this cabin

Have the cabin to yourself. Because they are on the base bottom level, these cabins are slightly more stable than the top level cabins.

From 5,995 EUR per person

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Category B – Shared or Single use

1 or 2 Passengers | 130-150 sqf.

Shared cabins have 2 single beds while single cabins have 1 double bed. They both have 1 or 2 porthole windows with covers that are just above water level. There is also an ensuite bathroom with shower, a desk and a closet to unpack.

Why pick this cabin

Avoid the single supplement and share or choose a single cabin for more privacy. Because they are on the bottom level, these cabins are slightly more stable than the top level cabins.

From 4,995 EUR per person

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2025 Payment Details

30% deposit is due to reserve your spot. Balance payment of 70% is due by the end of December 2024.

IMPORTANT: Payments are non refundable, which is why we require all guests to purchase travel insurance that covers unforeseen circumstances that would prevent them from traveling.

*If the trip is cancelled by us before the 70% is due, a full refund will be issued minus any bank charges. By joining our trips you agree to our T&C and to the specific terms and conditions of this trip as detailed here.


Our host, Stella

Stella is Greek, born and raised in Athens, and has been working as a Cruise Coordinator for almost 8 years in the Greek Islands, Cabo Verde, Senegal, the Canary Islands, Turkey and the Balkans.

She will take care of all the excursions, activities and entertainment on board and make sure everything runs smoothly and everyone is having a good time.

Prior to becoming a cruise coordinator, Stella was a travel writer, a wedding planner and an event manager.

What she loves most about her job is to travel and interact with different people from different places. She feels rich in experiences and happy with the knowledge she has acquired and the people she has met and can’t wait to meet you all and show you around her beautiful Greece!

Stella will be supported by a the Hotel Manager, and a full multicultural crew including the Captain and his team, housekeeping staff, and the chefs and food and beverage team, all ready to make sure we have the best time!


Guest feedback

Margaret – “Wow! Just returned from the private yacht cruise through the Greek Cyclades Islands cruise. This trip was so amazing. Meg and Mar have organized this incredible event with such precision and enthusiasm that would not be possible to experience through any other “larger“ less dedicated company.

I really appreciate and support their passion for encouraging greater collaboration and support of female guides and businesses. The excellent support and flexibility to meet the needs of the travelers was incredible. The group on this voyage were so close and engaging. So much fun 🤩. If you do not travel with Solo Female Travelers you are missing the opportunity of a lifetime. 5 stars”

Maureen – “I just returned from SFT’s first Greek Islands sailing tour – and it did not disappoint! The trip was thoughtfully planned in great detail, while still being flexible to accommodate everyone. The mix of planned activities and free time was well balanced, and we certainly didn’t go hungry or thirsty! This was my first SFT trip, and I’m about to book my second.”

Meera – “I did their Greece trip and was lucky to have both Mar and Meg on the trip. I found this trip using google and didn’t know anyone on it. I’m leaving the trip with new friends and several once-in-a-lifetime experiences. I can honestly say that I can consider both Mar and Meg my friends now, and their personalities shine through the way the trip is set up. They are so passionate about female empowerment, good food, and having fun. In Greece I swam in the ocean, ate amazing food every day, explored ancient ruins (guided by an archaeologist), learned cycladic cuisine (hosted in her home by a published chef), partied in Mykonos, explored tiny villages, and laughed belly laughs every day. If you are hesitating, don’t. Just book it – you won’t regret it.”

Tina – “Another amazing experience with so many thoughtful touches, one of a kind experiences, and much needed pampering too. Highly recommend to anyone looking for a new adventure. You will get to know yourself better and make new friends for life.”

Angie – “I just returned from an amazing trip touring through the Greek islands with Solo Female Travelers Club. I was especially fortunate to be sailing with both founders of the group Meg and Mar. This was my second tour with the group (Tuscany in 2022), and it certainly did not disappoint!

I share this group and my experiences with anyone and everyone who will listen, because there has never been a company I truly believe in and support more than these ladies. I have seen and experienced things on the trips I’ve taken that I never could have dreamed possible. Best of all, I didn’t have to do any of the planning and logistics behind the scenes, because these ladies and their amazing network do it all!

More than the vacations in beautiful and exotic locations is the business focus on promoting opportunities for other females to share their skills, knowledge, and life’s passions in more male dominated cultures. Additionally, the lifelong friendships made as women from all over the world come together to share in these beautifully cultivated experiences.

I believe each woman goes on these tours for their own reasons, whether it’s to celebrate a life achievement, heal a broken heart, take the reins of newly claimed independence, or a proclamation to stop waiting for others. But one thing is certain, every woman ends a tour with a refreshed spirit and new friendships that will last a lifetime. As I said to Meg at our final dinner on the boat “you and Mar are literally changing lives one tour at a time.”

So, anyone who has perused the many tours SFT offers, and not taken that final step, I encourage you to do it. For those who are held back by the price, I can assure you that you will not find a better value that includes such detail, intimate and unique experiences, and personalized attention than traveling with SFT!”

Kathy – “Herding 40 cats is difficult, but Mar, Meg, and Stella managed to do so when they took 40 women with wildly different personalities and backgrounds on an extraordinary Greek sailing trip. As a member of the Solo Female Travelers group, I was unsure of what to expect, but if you’re looking for an unforgettable adventure, this is it.

Under the skilled guidance of Mar, Meg, and Stella, we didn’t just journey across the crystal-clear waters of the Aegean Sea — we formed a bond that transcended our differences, becoming a lively community of strong, independent women sharing a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The trio navigated the challenges of organizing and coordinating our group with grace and warmth, creating an atmosphere of inclusivity, respect, and sisterhood.

Our days were filled with moments of wonder: from exploring tiny villages and remote islands to witnessing awe-inspiring sunsets from our ship’s deck. We indulged in delicious local cuisine, immersed ourselves in the rich Greek culture, and stepped out of our comfort zones to embrace new experiences. Mar, Meg, and Stella ensured that every woman on board felt welcomed and valued, fostering a sense of camaraderie and mutual support. Their attention to detail, flexibility, and passion for travel made this trip not only smooth but also magical.

The Greek sailing trip meant more than just a vacation, it was a journey of empowerment, self-discovery, and friendship. Thank you, SFT, for gifting us with this unique, soul-nourishing experience. I wholeheartedly recommend it to any woman seeking adventure, companionship, and an unforgettable exploration of the Greek seas.”

Lezlee – “I just returned from Greece and I have nothing but HIGH praise for this team and what they accomplish! This was my first trip to Europe and I was very nervous…up to the day I left. The first meeting with all of these wonderful women was a smashing success! Meg and Mar are incredible planning every magical moment. I ate the most wonderful food, found new wine, learned the importance of GOOD olive oil, explored villages on Greek islands, danced on a boat, swam in the Aegean Sea…but most importantly…made life long friends. They truly live by their mission to empower women through travel. Thank you so much so allowing me to be a part of this journey! See you in Iceland in 2024!”

Maya – “I can’t recommend this travel club enough! I did my first trip with them this month. It was the sailing trip through out the Greek islands. My first solo travel ever. I got in early to explore some on my own to truly be solo but enjoyed the time with my group just as much. I’ve made new friends that I know I’ll see again! Such amazing ladies- the logistics alone of wrangling 35-40 women… my hats off to Mar and Meg. They are equally lovely people. They hire great women to work with, too. Our guide Stella was the most amazing woman! I love them all for making the trip so special. I look forward to figuring out what trip I want to take next💜. The quality of the food, the tours and other experiences that were included in the price- I don’t know how they provide such quality. Oh and the likeminded women you meet from all over with different life experiences was a highlight for me.”

Lynda – “Recently early-retired with a supportive husband that doesn’t really enjoy traveling, beaches, wineries, etc., I booked my very first solo European trip! I picked the Solo Female Travelers Club’s Greek Islands sailing tour because it sounded amazing and I loved that SFT Tour’s values empower women! Everything about my journey was amazing, including bonding with so many like-minded incredible women. Highlights were our yacht and daily breakfasts, touring nine breathtakingly beautiful islands, kayaking on the Aegean, and hiking on Paros. And, oh my, the food experiences! SFT picked the best of the best places to eat and I tried so many new and wonderful dishes, just extraordinary! I am still smiling thinking about our 9-day trip and my new traveling friends. And I am ready to book my next adventures with SFT!”

Karmit – “The Greek sailing trip was stunning. Every detail was carefully and lovingly planned and executed. The food ! The restaurants! The swimming! The learning! The dancing ! Most of all: the people !

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What’s included

There are no hidden charges on our trips and this is why everything is clearly detailed. Our Greece island-hopping trip includes many meals and all activities mentioned. We have left some meals free so you can tailor the trip to your preferences.

Inclusions

✔️ Group transportation to all included activities from the time we meet for welcome dinner to disembarkation

✔️ 7 nights onboard in your chosen cabin

✔️ Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily (sandwiches and snacks will be provided for dinner on our day in Santorini), lunch at the beach club in Mykonos and dinner Paros.

✔️ Wine will ALL meals

✔️ Especially curated gastronomic experiences in Paros, Tinos and Folegandros. BBQ onboard in Polyegos and Agistri.

✔️ Welcome and farewell Happy Hours onboard

✔️ Water, local beer and wine on meals onboard and also during included meals onshore, bottled water in your cabin. Unlimited coffee, snacks and tea onboard

✔️ All activities as listed in the itinerary: guided hike and olive oil tasting workshop in Paros, premium beach sun loungers at Jackie O, guided tour of Delos, walking orientation tour of Folegandros, Mykonos and Tinos, winery visit and tasting in Santorini

✔️ Local experienced host who has sailed the Greek islands hundreds of times and knows all the best places and has contacts on every small village of every island we will visit

✔️ Welcome brunch in Athens and Captain’s dinner on first and last night onboard

✔️ Professional photographer onboard (31 May to 7th June 2024 departure only)

✔️ Port fees (350 EUR per person)

✔️ All luggage handling aboard the ship

✔️ Tips for local drivers and guides on each island

Exclusions

✘ Airport transfers

✘ Flying dress photo shoot which is optional. Other activities not listed on the itinerary that you book directly.

✘ Visa, if required, and airfare to Athens

✘ Travel & Medical Insurance (Required)

✘ Souvenirs

✘ Tips for the crew (recommended 15 EUR per day) and for the Host (recommended 10 EUR per day)

✘ Laundry, additional bar charges, WiFi and other items of personal nature

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There is a limited number of cabins per category, so don’t wait up to reserve your spot. Note: Please do not book any flights until the trip is confirmed. Credit card payments carry a 3% surcharge. Wire transfer details are available via email: [email protected].

IMPORTANT: Due to the nature of the trip and the many traditional gastronomic experiences at people’s homes, we are unable to accommodate a vegan diet or any food allergies. Please reach out before booking to discuss your needs. This is an active trip and a moderate level of fitness is required to partake in the activities. You should expect to walk 10,000-15,000 steps a day on uneven surfaces and climb many stairs as all islands are on slopes and made of cobblestone streets.

23rd to 30th May 2025

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