Thalassa and Erato boats are both on offer every date of the tour. If one of those yachts particularly caught your eye, you can inquire whether it’s still available and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.
The Cyclades can have stronger winds, which can result in minor modifications of the tour route. However, should the wind be too strong, the route might markedly differ from the planned route. It would take you through the Saronic Gulf for the entire week, one of the most historic regions of Greece. In that case, you would cross between the Greek mainland and the Peloponnese, discovering the islands of Aegina, Poros, Hydra, Spetses, and the Methana peninsula. A highlight of the substitute journey would be a visit to the ancient Epidaurus, home to the best-preserved theater in Greece!
Regarding the daily tours and cycling, you can always skip a day tour and hang out on your boat, swimming in the azure sea or basking in the sun on its spacious sun deck.