Possessing a perfect blend of the mystical and a unique beauty, these waters are full of adventure, nature, history and culture. This part of the Mediterranean offers picturesque islands, dreamy coves, wonderful coastlines, and a touch of the Orient. Sail through Croatia, Montenegro, Turkey and Greece. Here you will find cities full of myths, legends, ancient ruins, and even tropical paradise islands with rugged mountain landscapes. The Eastern Mediterranean is the perfect place to enjoy, since it includes elements of modern urban life along with its attractive natural coastline, which will not leave you indifferent and will make your voyage a unique and very exciting experience.

Turkey is a sailing paradise, a treasure trove of caves, islets, bays and beaches where, in addition, we will find vestiges of ancient civilisations with archaeological remains of great beauty. Its climate is idyllic, the sun shines for more than 300 days a year and it embraces more than 800 km of coastline which is surrounded by 4 seas (Mediterranean, Aegean, Black Sea and Sea of Marmara). It has clear, warm and calm waters so you can sail in any type of boat. Visit Marmaris, a natural harbour located at the meeting point of the Mediterranean Sea and the Aegean Sea. It is surrounded by mountains with pine forests, and wonderful coves. You can visit the extraordinary city of Istanbul, a perfect blend of European and Asian cultures. Must-see sites include Kekova, Gemiler Island, Patara and Xantos. Lycian Tombs in Fethiye and Kaunos.



It is one of the world's most coveted nautical destinations with over 300 km of rugged Adriatic coastline, where you can discover beautiful, hidden white sandy beaches and turquoise waters that contrast with towering cliffs and medieval walled villages. Enjoy authentic and original cuisine, lively nightlife and plenty of activities for all ages, tastes and desires. Sveti Stefan is one of the most sophisticated and fascinating attractions, chosen as a holiday destination by celebrities such as Sophia Loren and Queen Elisabeth II. The city of Kotor has a rich history and impressive architecture, with
a trip to St. Tryphon's Cathedral as an essential stop. Its climate is Mediterranean, which means that it is mainly warm and dry during the main sailing season. The warmest months are July and August, when the air temperature is around 27C, with very similar water temperatures.

Greece will envelop and captivate you with its astonishing amount of ancient ruins and rich history, which will make you want to return year after year. Visit its famous islands which boast a remarkable history, unique architecture and charming little seafront villages that tumble down the mountains. Visit the Cyclades which offer both culture and hedonistic activities. There are Byzantine castles, museums and a lively nightlife, shops, restaurants, and of course, the famous beaches. Santorini, Mykonos, Paros, Naxos and Delos are all in this area. Be sure to visit the fascinating city of Athens, adorned by numerous impressive monuments and boasting over 3,400 years of history.



Light-coloured facades that blend in perfectly with the clear Croatian sky, tranquil Mediterranean fishing harbours, and stone buildings often adorned with Venetian-style bell towers identify the Croatian coast. With the sparkling waters of the Adriatic Sea and exceptional sailing conditions, many sailors and tourists are drawn to experience the wonders of the Dalmatian coast, which has more than 1000 islands. Sail through this magical archipelago. On the island of MIjet you can lose yourself in its emerald forests, or enjoy the stunning beaches of Vis, an island famous for its fabulous wine and seafood which make it a gourmet attraction. Visit the beautiful and well-preserved medieval city of Dubrovnik, known as the pearl of the Adriatic Sea and its fascinating old town which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.