Join us on a wind-chasing safari around the beautiful Greek Islands. Our week-long adventures offer a mix of water sports, island exploration, and immersion in the rich culture of Greece.

What’s included

  • 7 nights accommodation on brand new catamaran
  • 2-person crew handling the boat and guiding
  • Fuel, boat insurance, port fees and cleaning
  • Healthy breakfast, lunch and snacks
  • Wing foiling gear, one beginner and one intermediate kit
  • Stand-up paddleboards and snorkeling gear
  • Unlimited broadband internet

Not included

In addition to getting to Paros, you should budget extra for dinners on the islands. The local restaurants offer great quality at relatively good prices. Other than that, all necessary expenses are included in the trip.

Getting here

You need to get to Paroikia in Paros, Greece by 5pm on the day of departure. To get to Paros, you have a few options:

  • The best option would be to fly directly to Paros International Airport (PAS) and take a 10-minute taxi from the airport to the main port (Paroikia). You can fly to Paros directly from Athens and several European cities.
  • Alternatively you can fly to Mykonos International Airport (MYK) and take a ferry to Paros. Many airlines fly directly to Mykonos from European destinations, and ferries to Paros run throughout the day (book your ferry). It is about a 15-min taxi ride from Mykonos airport to the port.
  • Fly into Athens and take a ferry to Paros. Most ferries run early in the morning and take 3-4 hours. We recommend this if you plan to stay in Athens for at least one day. Athens has two ports, Piraeus which is closer to the city itself, and Rafina which is closer to the airport. (book your ferry)

Check-out from the boat is at 10am the following Sunday. If your best option for departure is earlier, or even the day before, this can be accommodated by the crew to make sure you will reach the airport on time.

The boat

Makani is a state-of-the-art Fountaine Pajot Elba 45 sailing boat, designed to provide guests with a luxurious and comfortable sailing experience. With its sleek design and impressive amenities, the Makani is the perfect choice for exploring the islands in style.

The Makani Catamaran
  • Cabins: Makani features four spacious and elegantly appointed master cabins, each with a comfortable double bed and plenty of storage space. Each cabin also has its own private bathroom, ensuring privacy and convenience for all guests.
  • Bathrooms: The private bathrooms on Makani are modern and well-equipped, with hot water showers, sinks, and toilets. Bath towels and toiletries are also provided for guests’ convenience.
  • Kitchen: The fully equipped kitchen on Makani is perfect for preparing meals and snacks while on the water. It includes a refrigerator, oven, stove, and all the necessary utensils and cookware.
  • Lounge areas: Makani has both indoor and outdoor living spaces, providing plenty of options for relaxation and socializing. The indoor lounge area has comfortable seating, while outdoors there are several lounging areas with plenty of seating.
  • Power outlets: Makani is equipped with a reliable power system, including outlets and USBs in all cabins and common areas so guests can charge their devices.
  • Wifi: Makani offers high-speed WiFi for guests to stay connected during their trip. Whether for work or entertainment, guests can stay connected and online throughout their sailing adventure.
  • Gear to bring: The proper size kite for kiteboarding depends on the rider’s weight, skill, and preference. For a heavier rider, a kite quiver of 9m and 11m is recommended. For a lighter rider, a 7m and 9m quiver is recommended. For wing foiling, a 4m and 5m quiver is recommended for a heavier rider, and a 3m and 4m quiver is recommended for a lighter rider.
  • Wetsuits: The water temperature is refreshing to swim in. For kite or wing surfing a 2mm shorty will keep you in the water for hours comfortably, so it is highly recommended.


The summer weather in the Cyclades is very pleasant. Days are sunny with temperatures in the 30s (80F-90F). There is always a cool breeze. T-shirt weather during the day, and on some nights a wind protection jacket or sweater will be needed. Also, just as a reference, people tend to dress “summer chic” on the islands in the evenings.

The food

Food is a highlight of any trip to Greece, and our trips are no exception. We embrace the delicious and diverse cuisine of the country and stock the boat with the freshest ingredients to make healthy and delicious breakfast and lunch. In the evenings, we’ll explore the island towns and sample the incredible restaurant and food options in idyllic settings, an experience not to be missed. Some of the evenings we will be anchored in remote and beautiful bays with complete independence. The crew will prepare the dinner for everyone, and if you are keen, you are welcome to make something for yourself or the group. Our modern kitchen is well equipped and we can easily purchase additional groceries during the trip.

Side activities / non-kiters

The trip offers something for everyone, including our non-kiteboarding friends. While some may be participating in the kitesurfing activities, others can take advantage of the opportunity to swim, snorkel, or explore the breathtaking islands and their sandy beaches on land. There are also scenic hikes and multiple sun decks on the boat for those who prefer to relax and enjoy leisure time. Our goal is to create a well-rounded and enjoyable experience for everyone.

Where we’ll be

The trip will start from Paros. The catamaran will sail around the islands of the central Cyclades looking for the best spots with the most favorable conditions for kite sessions. Paros, Antiparos, Small Cyclades, Mykonos, Rinia, Milos and other secret spots. Itineraries are not fixed, and the itinerary can be adjusted due to unforeseen circumstances or other reasons like wind and weather conditions.


Sustainability is important to us, and we have taken steps to reduce our environmental footprint. Our boat is powered by custom-installed solar panels and batteries, which provide energy for all of the boat’s electronics, lighting, refrigeration, ice making, water making, and charging needs, without the noise and pollution of diesel generators. As avid sailors, we also make use of our sails to reduce or eliminate our engine use and enjoy the magic of sailing.


We are here to help you if you have any questions about our trips, or special requests. Feel free to contact us!