Unexplored Greek Islands Cruise
Unexplored Greek Islands Cruise
Unexplored Greek Islands Cruise
Unexplored Greek Islands Cruise
Unexplored Greek Islands Cruise
Unexplored Greek Islands Cruise

Unexplored Greek Islands Cruise

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Port Taxes of approximately EUR325 per person are additional to the above cruise prices

10% Early Booking Discount on July 2025 and August 2025 departures
Valid for bookings made by 31 January, 2025
special conditions apply
Unexplored Greek Islands on the M/S Panorama
Friday Departures

7 Nights/8 Days from Athens to Athens

2024 Departure Dates on M/S Panorama
July: 12, 26 | August: 02, 16, 23

2024 Departure Dates on M/Y Variety Voyager (Mega Yacht)
September: 13, 20
2025 Departure Dates on M/S Panorama
May: 23, 30 | June: 06, 13, 20 | July: 04, 11, 18 | August: 29

Day 1: Athens - Cape Sounion

Embarkation at Marina Zeas in Athens, between 2-3pm. Set sail for nearby Cape Sounion. Sunset cocktails and welcome drink al fresco under the ancient Greek temple of Poseidon. Overnight at sea towards the island of Ikaria.

Day 2: Ikaria

In the morning, stop for a refreshing swim at the Seychelles beach, accessible best by yacht and known for its translucent blue waters and bright white pebbles covering the sea bottom. BBQ lunch on board and the ship docks in Ikaria's quaint port. Ikaria is an island-phenomenon unlike anywhere else in Greece or in the world. People here live much longer than the population on other islands and mainland. Take the optional tour to discover authentic villages that march to a different drummer, go for a hike in wild landscapes followed by a dip in one of the eight natural thermal springs, or join a cooking class in a family’s country home kitchen, and garden in an ancient village for a personalised experience cooking and learning about life and the secret to the inhabitants' famed longevity, the Blue Zone Greek Island. Afternoon at leisure, or spent at one of the village traditional fairs..

Day 3: Patmos - Lipsi

Early morning sailing and arrival in Patmos, an island revelation with a touch of divine. Surrender yourself to the mysticism and tranquillity of the island of the Apocalypse. Morning discovery of two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Grotto and Monastery of St. John and the historic centre of the medieval town of Chora, filled with grandeur and serenity. Small and secluded yet spectacular all the same, Patmos is the “Jerusalem of the Aegean”. Afternoon sailing to Lipsi island, a time capsule of authenticity in the Dodecanese. Lunch al fresco and swim stop in one of the glittering necklaces of 24 islets await, protected by the Natura 2000 network making an ideal refugee for the shy Mediterranean Monk seal. While in Lipsi, you are invited to taste the famous Aposperitis red Lipsi wine (on board treat). Evening at leisure to watch the setting of the local harbour at sunset, and a seaside dinner with home-cooked traditional recipes made of local produce. Overnight in Lipsi

Day 4: Kalymnos

Early morning sailing to Kalymnos with a swim stop on the way. Kalymnos is a hidden gem island for those who crave simplicity and authenticity. Home of the famous sponge divers, this island in the Dodecanese is ideal for modern day adventurers with many hiking routes to be explored. Join the optional tour to engage with the locals' harvesting sponges and producing about 30,000 sponges annually. Witness the numerous species of sponge and the various stages they go through before reaching the market. Afternoon at leisure to take a hike or marvel at the Esperidon fjord, perhaps the most beautiful fjord in Greece. Overnight in Kalymnos quaint port.

Day 5: Levitha - Amorgos

The ship sails towards the white and blue Cyclades. Stop at Levitha island, inhabited by a family of four, raising animals. In the summer, the family also runs a small restaurant for the visiting yachts. They grill to perfection fresh fish and meat. Maybe take a hike on one of the island's goat paths. On top of the island there is an abandoned World War II Italian outpost. Midday sailing to Amorgos, the island of Luc Besson's "Big Blue". Mellowed with traditions, firewater and laid-back villages, Amorgos will make you forget the 20th century, never mind the 21st. Spend an afternoon with locals learning how to make the island's famous "Psimeni Raki", a local homemade liquor with the flavour of honey and clove, made since ancient times on Amorgos. Evening at leisure to experience the breathtaking medieval capital, 400m above sea level. Overnight in Amorgo's quaint port of Katapola.

Day 6: Amorgos - Koufonisia - Iraklia

Early morning optional tour to discover to the impressive monastery of Chozoviotissa built in 1088 inside the rocky cliffs of the mountain. Visit monks’ cells which contain important heirlooms and artifacts. You are offered a glass of Psimeni Rakio and a local sweet while taking in the magnificent views of the Aegean. Return on board for a short sail to the Small Cyclades: take a swim in Koufonisia or take out the ship's kayaks and paddleboards to explore sea caves only accessible by yachts. Afternoon scenic cruise around the nearby island of Schinoussa before reaching Iraklia, a tiny hidden island gem in the midst of the Aegean. Part of the Natura 2000 network of natural habitats, it enchants with the superb views offered by its mountainous footpaths, the variety of its coastline and its own, unique sights. There is no supermarket on the island, and deliveries come by ferry from the nearby island of Naxos. Evening at leisure to enjoy the true laid-back Greek island life. Overnight in port.

Day 7: Serifos

In the morning arrive at Serifos, a quintessentially Cycladic Island of brilliant light, clear water, and steadfast traditions. Have a swim at one the island's remote beaches accessible best by small ship. Barbecue lunch on board, followed by an afternoon stroll to explore the island's picture-perfect "Hora" castle-village. Take the optional tour to a local winery offering unobstructed views to the Aegean or get creative in the island's ceramic studio where you can master the basics of pottery. Farewell dinner reminiscing all the hidden gems of Greece. Midnight sailing back to Athens.

Day 8: Athens

Disembarkation between 8.30am-9am after breakfast.


  • Accommodation in double or twin cabins with private SH/WC & air conditioning
  • Select shore excursions included: Amorgos half day walking tour and Patmos half day tour
  • Half-board (7 beakfasts, 6 lunches, 2 dinners): Buffet breakfast and one or two meals daily
  • Welcome sail-away reception on Day 1, a Greek Night Theme Evening with traditional music and/or dancers onboard, fun BBQ lunches (weather permitting) and Captain’s Dinner.
  • Regular (filter) coffee, tea and drinking water available all day
  • Complimentary house wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner on board
  • Local delicacies treats on board
  • Use of fishing and snorkelling equipment (masks, fins and snorkels), and beach towels (subject to availability).
  • English-Speaking Local (Greek) Cruise Escort


  • International air fares
  • Beverages (except those mentioned above)
  • Shore excursions on the islands (except those mentioned above) or other land arrangements
  • Crew tips
  • Wi-Fi (available at a charge)
  • Personal expenses
  • Port Taxes and fuel surcharges
  • Porterage
  • Departure taxes
  • Hotel charges for minibar or any extra charges
  • Visas (unless specified)
  • Any other services not clearly mentioned in the inclusions above


The M/S PANORAMA is a 54 meter/24 cabin elegant motor sailer that was launched in 1993 and was last renovated in 2019.


  • Length: 54m
  • Launched: 1993 | Rebuilt: 2001 | Renovated: 2019
  • Cabins: 24
  • Capacity: 49 passengers
  • Crew: 16-18

This state-of-the-art sail cruiser has performed several Atlantic Ocean crossings, has sailed from the Seychelles to Monte Carlo and from the Black Sea to Cuba, and offers the highest standard of accommodation, comfort, and safety. The vessel complies with the most stringent SOLAS safety regulations.

Imagine your floating home on board the sleek, classic design Mega Yacht as she spreads her white sails through the seas under the name PANORAMA, waving her Greek flag through the wind. Discover the world by sea at 11 knots per hour, in her un-rushed pace, one island or seashore at a time on board the ultimate 3 masted motor sailer cruiser. Panorama loves to seduce her select 49 guests with her classic lines and wood paneled lounges redefining what yachting was meant to be. A spacious lounge with ample space, dining areas decorated with warm colors, rich library and two decks for sunbathing, shaded areas and outdoor bar and loungers are just some of the elements that define her essence. 360° views of unobstructed ocean are your eyes’ canvas painted with ocean blue and deep green mountains.

The PANORAMA’s 24 cabins are located on 3 decks and are finished with wooden furniture and light fabrics. Elegantly decorated, they have either twin or double sized beds and bathrooms with showers en-suite. Cabins on the Upper and Main decks are equipped with windows while cabins on the Lower Deck have portholes. The fully equipped bathrooms are finished with marble or Corian materials. All cabins are air-conditioned and fitted with flat-screen TV, telephone (for internal use), hairdryer, mini-fridge, central music, public address system and safe deposit boxes.


Category C Lower Deck

1 Double or 2 Lower Beds

The Category C cabins are located on the Lower Deck and have portholes. The cabins are air-conditioned and fitted with TV, internal telephone, hairdryer, mini-fridge, central music and safe deposit box. The fully equipped bathrooms are finished with marble.

Category B Lower Deck

2 Lower Beds

The Category B cabins are located on the Lower Deck and have portholes. The cabins are air-conditioned and fitted with TV, internal telephone, hairdryer, mini-fridge, central music and safe deposit box. The fully equipped bathrooms are finished with marble or corian.

Category A Upper or Main Deck

1 Double or 2 Lower Beds

The Category A cabins are located on the Upper Deck or on the Main Deck and have large windows. The cabins are air-conditioned and fitted with TV, internal telephone, hairdryer, mini-fridge, central music and safe deposit box. The fully equipped bathrooms are finished with marble or corian.

Service on board is provided by your Captain, the Cruise Coordinator, and your experienced Marine and Hotel crew members. Service will be attentive or unobtrusive according to your preference and priority is always given to the safety and comfort of passengers.

Organised excursions are available for most ports of call and can be pre-booked or reserved 24 hours in advance.

During the day, life on board centers around the Lounge and Dining Room at the Main Deck as well as the Upper deck indoor and outdoor bar area and the sun deck. In the evening you can relax in one of the ship’s lounges and enjoy a drink while listening to soft music. The swimming platform on PANORAMA’s stern enables to swim when weather and anchorage conditions permit. The captain will drop anchor at secluded bays and beautiful uninhabited islands where guests enjoy swimming and snorkeling*.
*Swim stops are not always guaranteed due to weather or other external factors. The captain will inform the guests accordingly.

The classy dining room is surrounded by large windows providing beautiful views of the ports of call. The spacious dining room seats all passengers in a single, unassigned seating and food is served at the table or displayed on the state of the art hot & cold buffet.

The interior lounges have relaxing couches and comfortable lounge chairs where you can have a drink and gaze out of the large windows into the breathtaking sceneris you are cruising to, read a book, watch television or one of our documentaries on the next place you are visiting. Also, the outdoor area, located on the Upper Deck, provides beautiful views of the ports of call visited.

The vessel features a Sun Deck with a sitting area to relax and enjoy unobstructed views and with ample Sun loungers’ space to bask under the sun, read a good book or just gaze at the scenery.


Trip prices and dates are correct at the time of the website going live, however all offers are subject to reconfirmation at the time of booking. All featured tour itineraries and offers maybe subject to change due to seasonal variations without notice, or due to local conditions or other conditions. Please confirm all details at time of booking. Travel insurance is mandatory for all Innovative Travel bookings. All passports must be valid for 6 months prior to your return to your home country. Visas are the responsibility of the traveller. Special VIP meet and assist offers are valid for New Zealand passport holders, for other nationalities please check at the time of booking. For full terms and conditions, please refer to our Booking Conditions page.

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