The Peloponnese is always an adventurous and romantic destination to go – rocks, seas, sunsets, the feeling of the unknown, the scarcity of boats going there and the magic feeling when you see Monemvasia from the distance.
After the Greek “hurricane” season with lots of rain, and stormy winds, and when the seas calmed again, we decided to take a trip to Hydra with our friends and family.
This time, a long trip south to the Peloponnese. The trip requires a superb rib boat which sails the waves with maximum comfort and reliability to arrive safely to our customer.
Our Garmin GPS map shows Kimolos this time. Our rib boat sets bow to the south, we lower our engines in the water, warm them up and we start our 3 hour trip to the south towards Cyclades and Kimolos.
Akeydor luxury rib boat, Marvel 9.30, starts engines and roams into the water. We launch our rib boat at the south of Athens for the weekend rib boat rental service to Tzia.
July is a wonderful month to be on board. The sea is calm and the waters are crystal clear, blue, green, with sand or pebbles, ready for you to swim.
Our rib boat is getting ready for another rib sail tour to Kythnos island this time! Friday afternoon and the sun is still burning hot.
On a wonderful blue Sunday morning, we dip the motors of our open rib boat into the calm sea at our launch place, and we start the short trip south towards cape Sounion and the Poseidon temple – our powerful rib boat roams into the calm Greek sea and sails the waters with 25 knots south.
Although it is just the beginning of May, the weather has already started to warm up, allowing for good seas in the Saronic bay and along the riviera. We set sail on a cloudy Friday afternoon towards the west, visiting Aegina and Agistri islands for the weekend. We lowered the engines into the water at Sounion bay and we roamed west into the horizon.