14.60 m
Length
5
Cabins
3
WC/Shower
10
Persons
2020
Year

Oceanis 46.1

Country Greece
Model Bénéteau
Marina Lavrion

Equipment

Deck

  • Bimini top
  • Sprayhood

Entertainment

  • Radio
  • TV

Interior

  • Convertible table

Navigation

  • Bow thruster
  • GPS chart plotter - cockpit

Yacht electrics

  • Air condition
  • Inverter
  • Solar panels

Technical Sheet

Boat Type Sailing yacht
Model Oceanis 46.1
Year 2020
Mainsail type furling/roll
Jib type furling/roll
Check-in day Saturday
Length 14.60 m
Width 4.50 m
Engine 1 x 80 hp
Cabins 5
Beds 10
WC/Shower 3

WHERE

Country Greece
Marina Lavrion

Itinerary

Suggested itinerary
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Day 1: Check-in

Boarding available from 4 pm on Saturday

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Day 2

We set sail in the early morning for an enjoyable sailing towards the south, blown by Meltemi winds in the direction of Antipaxi. This island will enchant you with its naturalistic beauty and its very relaxing atmosphere. Don’t miss a little excursion ashore to visit the old town of Chora with its beautiful Venetian castle and the acient churches of Agios Nikolaos and Agios Ioannis. After that, you can descend towards the south and choose a quiet bay to enjoy the sunset and spend the night.
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Day 3

From Antiparos we proceed in the direction of Folegandros, extremely beautiful island with high and rocky coasts, washed by a crystal clear sea and transforming into soft hills lined with kilometers of small dry stone walls. From there you can easily reach the little harbour of Karavostasi and go up to the Chora or old town, towering over the cliff: the perfect place for enjoying a suggestive dinner.
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Day 4

Ideal day for sailing towards the west in the direction of Ios. This little and almost uninhabited island is particularly appreciated by young people for its parties on the beach and improvised concerts. At the same time, it offers isolation and relax among the olive trees, secret bays and little churches hidden among the rocks. Moor in the bay of Mylopotas Beach and go ashore to join an unforgettable beach party.
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Day 5

We proceed with a peaceful navigation abeam that will take us from Ios to the uncontaminated nature of the island of Iraklia. The biggest of the “Small Cyclades” is scarsly populated and is famous for the quality of its olives and the hospitality of its fishermen: it still preserves the charm of an ancient land with rich traditions.
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Day 6

After breakfast we proceed to the east. Sailing in the direction of Koufunissi, you will find breath-taking landscapes and enchanted bays. You can also stop for a dive in one of the bays around the near Katokoufunissi. This pure and generous island will astound you with its clear waters, white coasts with bays that resemble natural pools with fine sand beaches, and caves skillfully dug by the sea in the porous rocks.
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Day 7

It won’t be easy to leave Koufunissi, but the route has other surprises for you. We sail to the north to reach the near island of Naxos. On its western coast, you can find suggestive white little pebble beaches where you can stop for lunch and swims. Famous for its archaeological sites, it surely deserves a visit ashore. Later on, you can enjoy the sunset at the Portara (Temple of Apollo), landmark of the island.

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