Day 1: Athens Set off from Alimos Marina (also known as Kalamaki Marina), the largest marina in Greece with restaurants, snack kiosks, telephones, toilets and showers. Don't miss the sights at Athens before you sail.
Day 2: Epidaurus Marina Head to Epidauros Marina on the north eastern Peloponnese coast in Argolis and explore the huge 4th century amphitheatre with its impressive, intact stadium, rising up in perfect symmetry. This ancient ruin, together with Mycenae, are important archaeological sites in Greece. Make sure you snorkel the sunken city of Epidauros to see ancient underwater ruins.
Day 3: Hydra Island Sail over to car-free Hydra Island, named after its natural springs by the ancient Greeks. Get to know Hydra's main town and the artist community. Most of the island is wild and perfect for hiking. Or dive at Bisti, swim at Mandraki and enjoy the sands at islet Agios Nikolaos.
Day 4: Spetses Island Spetses Island has a strong naval history and you can see its influence among the architecture of the captain mansions. The beach at Agii Anargiri is one of the largest on the island with Berkiris's cave at one end. Agia Paraskevi beach is popular with its green-topped rocky backdrop, flanked by a whitewashed church and sandy beach..
Day 5: Galates Head to Galates, opposite Poros, to stroll the forest which is home to thousands of orange and lemon trees. At Poros waterfront, climb the hill to the clock tower for a great view of the bay. You'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to beaches, so try Love Bay, Askeli and Monastery.
Day 6: Aegina Island Make for Aegina Island, a popular destination with native Greeks. Explore the ancient ruins at the Temple of Aphaia and the Temple of Apollo at Kolona, where you can get a great view too. You can also island hop to nearby islets of Moni and Metopi.
Day 7: Athens Head back to Marina Alimos Marina