Sailing in the Aegean Sea and the Cyclades, is to sail in it for many typical Greek islands, with white villages and blue shutters. This is where the mythical Meltemi wind blows, and strongest in July and August which sometimes control your itinerary and the opportunity for anchoring.
(This is just a sugstion of cogeurse it can be completely customized to your idé or changed during the journey)
Saturday 1 th. Arrival of Poros. Learn to know the boat. Go out and eat at one of the many cozy taverns.
Sunday 2 nd. Sail 42M. Kea in an easterly direction once there moor at Vourkari. A genuine Greek village.
Monday 3 rd. Sail 40M. Syros and moor at Ermopoli, Cycladic island world capital.
Wednesday 5 th. Sail 29M from Paros or 44M from Mykonos to Serifos and moor in Livadi. Here are several nice little tavernas along the beach.
Thursday 6 th. Sail 23M to Kythnos moor at Merihas. A village small and nice.
Friday 7 th. Sail to Poros 45.
Saturday 8 th. Leave the boat after breakfast.