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Anchors Away Yachting is a family business founded in 2003 and offering sailing holidays in Greece. Our company is located in Greece and our main charter bases are at Marina Alimos in Athens and at Santorini in Cyclades area. Due to good network and our deep knowledge of the area we can offer you bareboat sailing yachts & catamaran as well as crewed yachts anywhere in Greece and especially in the most major sailing destinations such as Ionian See, Dodecanese area and Sporades. For those who are not experienced sailors we suggest you to rent a skippered sailing yacht or catamaran and for those who are looking for luxury our crewed motor yachts are ready to welcome you onboard. 

For those who are experienced sailors and have their qualifications accordingly we offer you a variety of owned sailing yachts and catamarans. Our boats are well maintained and fully equipped to fulfill not only your basic needs on board , but also the most demanding crews.

Please check our bareboat fleet and our destinations in order to book your sailing holidays.

For those who aren't experienced sailors , but they would dream to spend their holidays onboard we suggest you skippered charters. Our professional and qualified skippers are happy to welcome you onboard and make you explore hidden beaches , cultural places as well as touristic destinations. Before you starting your sailing trip you will have safety briefing onboard and you will plan your holidays according your needs and weather conditions. 

For luxury seekers we can offer you crewed sailing & motor yachts. Our experienced captain and hostess will take care of you and your guests and can make your holidays in Greece unforgettable. For more details check our motor yachts. 

Can't wait to welcome you onboard!  Don't hesitate to contact us for further information.

 

 

 

 

Undisputed world champion in its category (more than 700 boats delivered in 2013), the Lagoon 380 is still going strong. It's fast, easy to manoeuvre and safe, and has a legion of fans spread across the world's oceans.

Lagoon 380: enjoying life...

  • enjoying life on the high seas in a seaworthy craft
  • enjoying life in port on a comfortable, welcoming boat

Lagoon expertise

  • a simple, efficient deck layout
  • vertical glazing provides better protection against the sun and optimizes space and headroom
  • layouts include 3 or 4 cabins in a 38' boat
  • interior woodwork in Alpi® reconstituted wood, a sustainable source
  • VPLP design: performance under sail guaranteed!

Above deck

  • move around easily and safely thanks to wide side decks and a rigid walkway on the trampoline...
  • transom platforms provide easy access to the sea and dinghy
  • the cockpit is a real outdoor lounge area

Below deck

  • saloon and cabins bathed in natural light (large hull windows)
  • 360° vision in the rounded saloon
  • galley located between cockpit and saloon
  • engines compartments are far from the living areas and perfectly insulated

SPECIFICATIONS of the Lagoon 380

Naval architects Van Peteghem-Lauriot Prévost / X.Faÿ
Interior Design Lagoon
Length over all 11,55 m / 37’11”
Beam over all

6,53 m / 21’5’’

Draft

1,15 m / 3’9’’

Mast clearance

17,32 m / 56’10’’

Light displacement (EEC)

7,26 t / 16008 Lbs

Engines 2 x 20 HP
Fuel capacity

2 x 100 l / 2 x 26 US gal

Upwind sail area

77 m2 / 829 sq.ft.

Fresh water capacity

300 l / 79 US gal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Santorini is the southest island of Cyclades and the closest to Crete. The island of Santorini is complex of five islands. Santorini (Thira) is the main island and around it Thirasia and Aspronisi (parts of the ancient Stroggili) and the two volcanic islands Palea Kameni and Nea Kameni.

According to searches and excavations on Santorini, the first human presence on the island is situated back to the Neolithic Period. Santorini hosted an important civilization around 3600 BC. Discoveries made in an important city near Akrotiri and the famous Red Beach show the existence of an ancient Minoan colony.

The city was very similar to those found in the island of Crete, with many wall ornaments and pottery showing naturalistic landscapes of animals and humans of the same ancient Minoan style. In Ancient times, Santorini Island was known as Stongili. Strongili was the victim of an enormous volcano eruption in 1,500 BC. The eruption was so huge that many consider it to be the main cause of the destruction of the great Minoan civilization on the island of Crete, situated 70 nautical miles away.

The specialists believe that the explosion was so strong that it created gigantic waves that reached the shores of the surrounding islands and Crete. After the explosion, the centre of Santorini sank, and the many earthquakes that followed destroyed a big part of the rest of the island. Many studies and researches have been presented in our days about the volcano of Santorini, including a series of documentaries in the National Geographic. In some ancient myths, the destruction of the island is closely associated to the legend of Atlantis.

According to history, Phoenicians settled on ancient Thera around 1,300 BC and stayed for five generations. Then, around 1100 BC, the island was occupied by the Lacedaemonian. Around 825 BC, the inhabitants of the island, then named Thera, were using the Phoenician alphabet. In the 7th and 6th centuries BC, Thera had commercial and trade relations with most of the islands and cities of Greece.

During the Hellenistic Period, Thera, because of its central position in the Aegean, became an important trade centre and a important naval base, due to its strategically perfect position. Between 1200 AC and 1579 AC, the island was under Byzantine rule and the church of Episkopi Gonia is founded. In 1204 AC the island is surrendered to the Venetian Marco Sanudo and becomes part of the Duke of the Aegean. The name of the island was given by the Venetians after the Santa Irini, the name of a catholic church.

CYCLADES (1 WEEK CHARTER )

1st day:

Alimos Marina Check-in at 17:00

 

2nd day:

Kea

40 NM

3rd day:

Finikas (Syros)

32 NM

4th day:

Mykonos

25 NM

5th day:

Paroikia (Paros

23 NM

6th day:

Merichas (Kythnos)

46 NM

7th day:

Alimos Marina

25 NM

8th day:

Check-out at 9:00

 

 

CYCLADES (2 WEEKS CHARTER )

1st day:

Alimos Marina Check-in at 17:00

2nd day:

Vourkari (Kea)

37 NM

3rd day:

Ermoupolis (Syros)

34 NM

4th day:

Tinos

11 NM

5th day:

Mykonos

10 NM

6th day:

Naoussa (Paros)

20 NM

7th day:

Ios

32 NM

8th day:

Santorini

21 NM

9th day:

Folegandros

25 NM

10th day:

Adamas (Milos)

34 NM

11th day:

Kamares (Sifnos)

24 NM

12th day:

Livadi (Serifos)

12 NM

13th day:

Merichas (Kythnos)

21 NM

14th day:

Alimos Marina

45 NM

15th day:

Check-out at 9:00

 

 

CYCLADES (1 WEEK CHARTER )

1st day:

Vlychada Marina

 

2nd day:

Folegandros

31 NM

3rd day:

Milos

40 NM

4th day:

Sifnos

24 NM

5th day:

Paros

36 NM

6th day:

Ios

44 NM

7th day:

Vlychada Marina

27 NM

8th day:

Check-out at 9:00

 

 

SARONIC GULF (1WEEK CHARTER)

1st day:

Alimos Marina Check-in at 17:00

 

2nd day:

Epidavros

31 NM

3rd day:

Hydra

32 NM

4th day:

Spetses

15 NM

5th day:

Poros (Ermioni stop possible)

26 NM

6th day:

Aegina

13 NM

7th day:

Alimos Marina

17 NM

8th day:

Check-out at 9:00

 

 

SARONIC GULF (2WEEKS CHARTER)

1st day:

Alimos Marina Check-in at 17:00

 

2nd day:

Poros

29 NM

3rd day:

Hydra

11 NM

4th day:

Spetses

15 NM

5th day:

Nafplio (Peloponese)

23 NM

6th day:

Astros (Peloponese)

9 NM

7th day:

Gerakas (Peloponese)

41 NM

8th day:

Monemvasia (Peloponese)

8 NM

9th day:

Leonidio (Peloponese)

40 NM

10thday:

Porto Heli (Peloponese)

16 NM

11th  day:

Ermioni (Peloponese)

27 NM

12th day:        

Epidavros (Peloponese)

22 NM

13th day:

Aegina

15 NM

14th day 

Alimos Marina

17 NM

 

DODECANESE (1WEEK CHARTER)

1st  Day     

   Kos Marina Check-in at 17:00

2nd Day

   Nissyros                                          23NM

3rd Day

   Tilos

20 NM

4th Day

   Chalki

17 NM

5th Day

   Rhodes

34 NM

6th Day

   Symi

23 NM

7th Day          

   Kos Marina

40 NM

8th Day      

   Check-out at 9:00                 

 

 

DODECANESE (2WEEKS CHARTER)

1st Day

Mandraki Marina Check-in at 17:00

2nd Day

Symi                                                      23NM

3rd Day

Palos (Nisiros)

32 NM

4th Day

Kos

21 NM

5th Day

Leros

27 NM

6th Day

Patmos

20 NM

7th Day

Lipsos

10 NM

8th Day

Levitha

23 NM

9th Day

Kalimnos

27 NM

10th Day

Astipalaia

39 NM

11th Day

Tilos

53 NM

12th Day

Halki

14 NM

13th Day

Lindos (Rhodes Island)

49 NM

14th Day

Mandraki Marina

23 NM

15th Day

Check-out at 9:00

 

 

IONIAN (2WEEKS CHARTER)

1st day:                                                        

Gouvia Marina check-in at 17:00 

 

2nd day

Mourtos (North Epirus)

24 NM

3rd day:

Gaios (Paxos)

5 NM

4th day:

Nidri (Lefkas)

43 NM

5th day:

Fiskardo (Kefalonia)

19 NM

6th day:

Zakynthos

43 NM

7th day:

Agia Efthimia (Kefalonia)

37 NM

8th day:

Vathi (Ithaki)

16 NM

9th day:

Porto Leone (Kalamos)

17 NM

10th day                       

Vathi (Meganissi)

11 NM

11th day                                            

Lefkas

11 NM

12th day

Parga (Epirus)

30 NM

13th day

Lakka (Paxos Island)

13 NM

14th day

Gouvia Marina

31 NM

15th day

Check-out at 9:00