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Sail in Kos (Full Day)

Kos, Greece

sailing in kos, GreeceSailing is a perfect way to spend at least one day of your Greek island holiday on the lovely island of Kos in the Dodecanese region. Depart by 9.30 am from Kos Marina or Kardamena, sail to a remote beach or bay where you can swim or snorkel and use the Wildside water sports (kayak, sea doo/scooter or water balls), explore the island a little and then have a restaurant prepared BBQ lunch onboard or go to a local island taverna in Pserimos if the trip starts from Kos. Otherwise it is BBQ and beach in Pali or Nisyros if we begin our cruise in Kardamena.

Plenty of opportunities to participate in and learn basics of sailing or simply relax and let your skipper look after you. Trip returns to the respective marina by 6 pm.

We carry up to 9 guests on our high performance Catana catamaran or up to 7 guests on our mono-hull.

Cost includes skipper, fuel, VAT. Water, tea and coffee plus some snacks provided on board. Cost of lunch (on board or at a local restaurant) is an additional expense. On board Greek style meal can be organised in advance with wine and beer for around  15 to 20 per head.

For details on costs contact Wildside through GM Charters

You can also contact them about longer trips within the Dodecanese Island Chain or to the Cyclades Islands including Mykonos and Santorini

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