Classical Greece


Enjoy an exciting Greek cruise, unearthing the marvels of this amazing country. Some of the highlights include Santorini, Mykonos and the adjacent archaeological isle of Delos, and the crystal clear sea of the island of Kythira, a hidden Aegean gem. Every day you will discover a new treasure, a glimpse of ancient history and a culture to fascinate you.

7 Nights / 8 Days

Route: Athens – Kea – Delos – Mykonos  – Santorini – Crete – Kythira - Monemvassia – Nafplion – Hydra – Athens

Harmony G - General
Ship Name: Harmony G
Departure Days: 
Fridays between 17 April and 23 October
Marina Zeas, Athens
Embarkation Time:
Between 2pm and 3pm
Disembarkation Time:
9am, after breakfast

Our Greek cruises offer:
• Comfortable cabins and deck areas
• A/C, mini bar and safe in cabins
• All meals cooked by the on board chef
• Indoor dining area
• Outdoor lounge – bar
• Sun beds and beach towels
• Swimming platform


Route: Athens – Santorini – Kythira – Athens

Classical Greece - Day 1Day 1: Athens – Kea
We will embark the ship between 2-3pm. A welcome drink and meet your crew and fellow passengers. Depart via Cape Sounion to Kea, where you’ll have a chance to explore the small port of Korrisia after dinner. We’ll depart in the early hours and overnight at sea.

Day 2: Delos – Mykonos
In the morning you can take an optional tour to Delos, the unique archaeological island site. Afterwards they’ll be a swim stop on the way to the port of Mykonos. Your afternoon will be spent at your leisure and in the evening you can enjoy the island’s cosmopolitan lifestyle. Overnight in Mykonos.
Classical Greece - Day  3

Day 3: Santorini
We will arrive at the stunning natural beauty Santorini at noon, anchoring at the port of Fira. There’s an optional tour to archaeological sites and typical villages on the island, with unique views over the turquoise Aegean. Overnight sailing to Crete.

Day 4: Rethymnon, Crete
We’ll arrive at the lively port of Rethymnon in Crete in the morning. Enjoy this lively town and take an optional tour to the ancient city of Knossos. They’ll be a late departure and overnight at sea as we travel to Kythira.
Classical Greece - General

Day 5: Kythira
We’ll stop for a swim late in the morning and afternoon arrive at Kythira. This island is a lesser known gem now fast becoming a favourite among visitors to Greece. The evening will be spent at leisure to visit the picturesque main town of Chora and experience the subdued charms of this peaceful island. Overnight in Kythira.

Day 6: Monemvassia – Nafplion
In the early hours we set sail to the remarkable medieval fortified town of Monemvassia. Explore the wonderfully well preserved Venetian and Byzantine architecture surrounded by stunning natural beauty. We’ll leave in the early afternoon for Nafplion, with a swim stop on the way, arriving in the evening. Explore charming alleys of Nafplion, whose impressive medieval fortifications can be seen in the hills above the port. Overnight in Nafplion.

Classical Greece - Day  4
Day 7: Nafplion – Hydra
In the morning there’s an optional tour to Mycenae, Agememnon’s walled palace. We’ll depart for the island Hydra in the early afternoon. Explore this picturesque town at your leisure in the afternoon. Late evening departure to Marina Zea, Athens.

Day 8: Marina Zea, Athens
Disembarkation after breakfast between 8-9am.



Classical Greece - Map

Itineraries can be changed at the discretion of the Vessel’s Captain in case of adverse weather conditions – winds of 6/7 beaufort or more depending on the vessel- on port authorities not allowing a vessel to leave port or in case of other extraordinary conditions. Such itinerary changes do not entitle automatically passengers to any refunds, but we guarantee that passengers are disembarked at the advertised port of disembarkation on time for their flights.


Harmony G - Category P Cabin

Harmony G

• A/C
• En-suite bathrooms with showers
• Double/twin beds
• TV
• Telephone for internal use
• Hair dryer
• Mini fridge
• Central music system
• Safe box
• Bed linens and bath towels
• Beach towels

Dates and Prices

From Marina Zea, Athens

Friday departures

M/Y Harmony G

April 17 to Oct 23

Cabin Categories Price pp
Cat P £3,217
Cat A £2,870
Cat B £2,478
Cat C £2,087

Cat P: Upper deck – one double or two single beds.
Cat A: Main deck – two single beds
Cat B: Main deck – two single beds.
Cat C: Lower deck – one double or two single beds.
• Cruise fares mentioned are per person in double occupancy.
• Flights and transfers aren’t included. Can be arranged on request.
• Single Supplement is 60% for Cat C and B Cabins and 75% for Cat A Cabins.
• 3rd Person discount for Cat B 30%.
• Children 7-10 years old discount in triple cabin w/2 adults in Cat B 50%.
• Children 11-16 years old discount in triple cabin w/2 adults in Cat B 35%.

• Half-board: Buffet breakfast and 1 meal daily.
• Welcome Cocktail, a Greek night Evening, fun BBQ (weather permitting).
• One night Captain’s Dinner.
• All day drinking free water, regular (filter) coffee and tea.
• Crew services.
• Use of equipment on board (Flippers, snorkel and fishing tackle etc.).
• Yacht insurance (We advise you to take out individual travel insurance).
• English-Speaking Cruise Escort.

• Prices exclude Port Charges £235 / 280€.
• Alcoholic & soft beverages. These can be purchased from the bar on board.
• Optional land tours and entrance fees to historical places and museums.
• Flights and Airport Transfers.
• Wi-Fi (available at charge).
• Crew tips.


Kythira A hidden gem

A hidden gem: Kythira

Kythira is a historical island which is part of the Ionian Islands. It lies opposite the eastern tip of the Peloponnese peninsula. In Ancient Greek Mythology, Kythira was considered to be the island of celestial Aphrodite, the Goddess of love.

Greek Night under Santorini island

Greek Night under Santorini island

The Greek-night dinner is followed by our famous and much-loved Greek night on board. Greek dance is a very old tradition, being referred to by authors such as Plato, Aristotle, Plutarch and Lucian.There are different styles and interpretations from all of the islands and surrounding mainland areas. Each region formed its own choreography and style to fit in with their own ways. As an example, island dances have more of a different smooth flow to them. Follow the rhythm and be tempted!

Hydra's quaint port

Hydra’s quaint port

One of the most unspoiled and interesting of the Greek islands is Hydra Island, it is a small rocky island in the Argosaronic Gulf, south east out of the Athens port of Piraeus and within sight of the southern Peloponnese mainland. It’s very cosmopolitan, safe and one of the easiest of the Greek islands to access. Best of all, the entire island is a preserved national monument and has retained all its 17th & 18th century charm and quaintness.

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