GaySail: A wonderful Gay Nude Sailing Cruise in Greece in the Saronic Gulf of Greece to Athens, Hydra and Spetses. If you are looking for a gay sailing vacation that’s packed with terrific conditions, beautiful landscapes, historically significant ancient ruins, secluded islands, vibrant nightlife, a warm culture and terrific cuisine, this is the one! The beautiful bays and coves of the Saronic Gulf, with quiet villages and busy tourist destinations, historic sites and scenic beaches surround you, creating the perfect atmosphere. Additionally, the unique character of this region is reflected in the architecture of the homes and villages, as well as the castles, monasteries, and churches perched high on the hilltops.
We sail with two similar sailing yachts, so in all there is a group of 20 nude gay guys! This gay nude sailing holiday starts in Athens, and you can join for one or two weeks. Furthermore, both weeks have a distinct itinerary with different ports, bays and islands. The first week we will visit among other the picturesque Island of Poros, the amazing Island of Hydra where there are no cars but only donkeys for transportation. Additionally, we will visit the old city of Monemvasia. Finally, in the second week, we sail from Spetses Island to visit the great city of Navplion, the Island of Aegina with its famous temple, and the world famous Epidaurus amphitheater on our way back to Athens. Let our Gay skipper guide you over the Greek seas.
- Make a great sailing voyage to some of the Islands in the Saronic and Argolic gulfs
- Have dinner in Plaka, the historical neighborhood of Athens, next to the Acropolis
- Additionally, see the Greek naval cadets getting off the ferry, returning from their leave
- Sail to the beautiful bay of Poros
- Explore the island of Hydra, an artist’s colony
- Be surrounded by the beautiful bays and coves of the Saronic Gulf
- Visit the old city of Monemvasia
- Vthe Island of Aegina with its famous temple
Boarding starts at 5 pm in Athens. From here you can make a great sailing voyage to some of the Islands in the Saronic and Argolic gulfs and to some small fishing villages along the coast of the Peloponnese. The first night we will have dinner in Plaka, the historical neighborhood of Athens, next to the Acropolis. If you like you can join us to visit the Gay bars and clubs after dinner.
The first day we sail to the bay of Poros. There, a white village steps up the hillside. Moored along the quay, you will soon notice that this little town has more to offer than taverns and souvenirs. Every morning the horn sounds from the nearby navy barracks. If you are lucky you will see the Greek naval cadets getting off the ferry, returning from their leave.
The island of Hydra is an artist’s colony. Old merchant houses cover the hills overlooking the harbor and car traffic is prohibited. Everything is transported from the ships to the houses by mule and donkeys.
Today a great sail to Leonidion. A small fishing village next to huge mountains with a great pebble beach. We will have dinner in the local tavern of Michael and Margaret. We can visit the local monastery hanging on a cliff and see the famous historical Icons.
Monemvasia. Often referred to as the “Gibraltar of Greece,” Monemvasia is a visual showcase of Byzantine, Turkish, and Venetian history dating back to the 13th century. It is worthwhile to clime the steep zigzag path that leads up and up, out of the lower town, to the ruins of the fortified upper town, and sweeping views of the Mediterranean Sea.
Kiparesi is a small fishing villages The water in this bay is so clear that you can see the bottom. These villages are surrounded by high mountains and are nearly impossible to reach by land. There are hardly any tourists and the villages have a simplicity of life that is hard to find elsewhere in modern Greece.
The next day’s sail will bring you to the island of Spetses, were the wooden fishing boats that are so characteristic of Greece are built. This rich island was the birth place of Boubalina, the woman who liberated Greece from the rule of Venice.
Disembark for the guys who stay just one week and return by ferry to Athens. For the guys who stay: Day off for sightseeing on the beautiful Island of Spetses. Take a taxi boat to a beach, rent a (motor) bike or go for shopping.
Departures in 2017
July 22nd – July 29th
August 5th – August 12th
August 19th – August 26th