Itinerary

LIVING THE DREAM

Explore the picture-perfect Cyclades in Greece on board 106-metre Dream with an itinerary recommended by Captain Stelios Grigoropoulos and the team at Moravia Yachting.

Greek island of Kea

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Greece comprises almost 6,000 islands and islets, scattered across five main island groups: the Cyclades, the Saronic Islands, the Dodecanese, the Ionian Islands and the Sporades.

Southeast of Greece’s mainland, in the Aegean Sea, are the Cyclades.

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View of the Parthenon on the Acropolis

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Within easy reach of Athens, the Cyclades are arguably the most popular cruising area, encompassing the yachting hotspots of Mykonos, Santorini and Paros. Expect tranquil sandy beaches, iconic white and blue architecture, traditional lifestyle, folk music and hospitable locals.

DREAM

106.5M | 2018 | Olympic Yacht Services
Top speed 17 kn | 4709 GT
36 guests | 32 + 8 crew

Dream is a unique opportunity on the charter market today. The 106-metre passenger vessel was fully rebuilt by Olympic Yacht Services in 2018 into a luxury superyacht. With all the amenities and incredible size that come with a vessel of her size, including an array of tenders, helipad, wellness centre, cinema room, business centre and two elevators, Dream is ready for the ultimate charter escape for a large group of friends or an extended family. 

Dream exterior
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Dream from the side
Dream from the back
View of pool deck from above
View of sunloungers on the deck

Accommodating 36 guests in navigation, Dream is one of the few options available for larger charter parties. The accommodation aboard this six-deck superyacht comprises 22 luxury suites, configured as 16 doubles and six twins, and includes a 260-square-metre stateroom on a private owner’s deck with two ensuite bathrooms, walk-in wardrobes, study space and an exclusive dining room.

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View of deck at the side
View of outdoor dining area

Guests can unwind on the expansive sundeck, complete with a swimming pool and a swim-up bar. Alternatively, you can relax in the fully equipped onboard spa or the beauty salon with hairdressing facilities. For those seeking more active pursuits, Dream offers a dive centre with direct water access and a well-equipped gym. The cinema room with surround sound provides a cosy setting for those wanting to curl up in front of a film. Catering to the needs of those balancing work and leisure, Dream even features a business centre equipped with nine workstations and an eight-person meeting room.

View of pool on deck
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THE ITINERARY

Athens: the cosmopolitan capital of Greece

Berthed in Athens, it’s the perfect place to start your charter on Dream - the capital of Greece and the birthplace of democracy, to where much of modern-day civilisation and society can trace its origins. The iconic city sees the bustle of modern life sit side-by-side with an ancient history and glorious architecture.

Cruise to the nearby island of Aegina, which has several well-preserved buildings and the famous temple of Aphaia, which forms part of the ‘holy triangle’ along with the Parthenon and the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion.

View of Greek ampitheatre
View of Greek ampitheatre

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Kythnos: welcome to the Cyclades

Renowned for its pristine beaches, crystalline waters and picturesque landscapes, Kythnos offers a tranquil escape for those seeking a blend of relaxation and adventure. The island's traditional villages, adorned with whitewashed houses and narrow cobblestone streets, invite guests to exploration and provide a glimpse into authentic Greek island life. Guests can indulge in the island's rich culinary offerings, savouring delicious local specialties and fresh seafood in charming seaside tavernas. Kythnos is also home to natural thermal springs, offering therapeutic experiences and wellness retreats.

Syros: an open-air museum of architecture

Romans, Arabs and Venetians have all inhabited Syros at one time or another and today, the capital town of Ermoupoli boasts their impressive neoclassical architecture and expansive marble squares. Ermoupoli is also the capital of the Cyclades and is a centre for the arts, with film and dance festivals taking place annually. The Apollon Theatre is a smaller La Scala and is home to many classical, jazz and contemporary music festivals. Island life on Syros also had an emphasis on agriculture, so the local wine, oil and olives should all be tried.

View of Kea
View of Kea

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Map of Mykonos

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