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One of the beauties of the Ionian Sea is that due to the short distances involved between the islands, you can visit a vast number of places in a one week or two week charter. It also means that your itinerary planning does not have to be so rigorous as in other areas. We have suggested a couple of itineraries (see below), which you could follow. These take in the main islands and most popular destinations. Please be prepared to alter your plan if the weather conditions dictate a different course! Click on each Itinerary image for an interactive map/guide.

Itinerary 1 – 1 Week - South
 
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Day Destination Island Distance (nm)
1 Depart on afternoon of arrival for Spartachori Meganissi 6
2 Kalamos Kalamos 15
3 Kioni Ithica 20
4 Au Effimmia Cephalonia 25
5 Fiskardho Cephalonia 13
6 Vasiliki Lefkas 10

7

Vhlio Bay - back to base on the Sunday morning (1nm)

Lefkas

15


Itinerary 2 – 1 Week - North
 
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Day Destination Island Distance (nm)
1 Depart on afternoon of arrival for Lefkas Town Lefkas 7
2 Menidhion Mainland 24
3 Vonitsa
Mainland 12
4 Lakka Paxos 40
5 Parga Mainland 13
6 Gaios Paxos
17
7 Nikiana - back to base on the Sunday morning (3nm) Lefkas 37


Please Note:  The sailing area has now been reduced, and now excludes the area to the south of Kefalonia.  This is due to safety reasons as it is extremely difficult to provide a safe back up service any further south than this.  

Paxos and Corfu are still within the safe sailing area.

Please call to discuss if you wish to explore further afield than this area.


If you have other plans and ideas and want to run them past us, please do call or email. Once in Greece, you can always run your ideas past Laurie and his team. Laurie has lived and worked in the Ionian over 20 years and can advise of alternative routes.

In addition, if you would like to tell us and others about your route, please email it to us and we will add it to the site for all to experience.