Sailing week Corfu – Kefalonia
From Corfu town we sail to the island of Sivota, where we will anchor to swim and enjoy its Mediterranean greenery and then continue to visit the beautiful island of Paxos. According to Greek mythology, Poseidon separated Paxos from Corfu with his trident to create a love nest for him and his wife Amphitrite. Paxos is famous for its ancient olive trees that produce one of the most sought after types of olive oil, used even by Queen Elizabeth of England. Paxos is also famous for its caves, its bays and beaches adorned by olive trees and Mediterranean maquis. Paxos and the nearby island of Antipaxos are among the most beautiful islands of the Mediterranean. After stopping in the beautiful bay of Lakka, we will check out the picturesque and lively harbor of Gaios and take a dip in the turquoise waters of Antipaxos, continuing to the large island of Lefkas. After a navigation of about 30 miles we await the opening of the swing bridge and cross the narrow strait that separates the island and the continent to reach the charming town of Lefkas. Continuing the navigation in the canal of Santa Maura, whose dredging had been done by the Venetians to avoid the periplus of the island, we will sail to the island of Skorpios, once the exclusive property of the famous greek shipowner Aristotle Onassis. After a pause to swim in this lovely bay we sail to the nearby island of Meganisi where we will treat ourselves to an excellent dinner of meat or fish on the seashore. The next day we will arrive at the final destination, the island of Kefalonia, where we anchor in the thriving and picturesque port of Fiscardo with its colorful fishermen’s cottages and where it is still possible to admire one of the most ancient Venetian lighthouses.
- Prices include: fee for the skipper / instructor and for the sailing course; navigation fees and access to Croatian and Greek waters; insurance; accommodation in double cabin with either double or single beds; en suite bathroom with toilet / bidet and shower with hot and cold water; full tank of water (1,350 liters) per week; gas for cooking; cleaning of the kitchen and overall cleaning at the end of the week; use of dinghy with outboard engine.
- The price does not include: the cost of food, fuel consumption (main motor boat 10 liters / h, generator 4 liters / h, outboard 4 liters / h); water after the first full tank; port charges for stops in ports or marinas; national parks and other fees. These will be divided among the participants. Bed linen (pillowcases, sheets, towels if not taken personally can be supplied at a price of ¤15 per change / per person.
- Discounts: For cruises lasting more than 2 weeks 5% discount on the total price. Children (from 1 to 6 years old) are free when staying in the cabin with their parents. If in a separate cabin for up to 10 years 50% discount.
- Optional extras on request: on board you can have half board or full board with preparation of delicious meals prepared with fresh ingredients and excellent quality. The menu can be changed according to the personal needs of customers with a choice of dishes of meat, fish or vegetarian.
- HB Half board includes breakfast and lunch at a cost of ¤ 80 per person / week. Alcoholic drinks included.
- FB Full board including breakfast, lunch and dinner at a cost of ¤150 per person / week. Alcoholic drinks included.
- Loading and unloading: boarding usually takes place on Saturday after 15.00 while landing takes place before 9.00 am on the following Saturday. The navigation ends on Friday. Variations are possible on request according to the needs of navigation or flights or ferries.