Besides Athens the other yacht charter base in the Saronic Gulf is Poros, which does adds to the logistics with a ferry/hydrofoil trip, but has the asset of allowing you to avoid the dreadful outskirts of Athens and sailing directly into the more beguiling waters further away from Athens. And certainly when “only” sailing for one week. Sailing out of Poros would mean not visiting Aegina of course but you would be able to visit and explore the Argolic Gulf, which would normally take 10 or 14 days itineraries. Due to the breathtaking archaeological sites the Argolic Gulf is - like the Saronic Gulf - highly advocated to all sailors, particularly if on a first sailing holidays in Greece. Along with the flotilla fleets there are many anchorages and ports suitable for bareboat sailing holidays in the Saronic Gulf of Athens and Aegina!
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