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Base:  Marina of Heraklion, Crete, Greece

Skippered Charters:  min time frame: half - day

Bareboat Charters:  min time frame: 4 nights

The best parts of an island are the hidden beaches, protected coves, tiny villages and little coastline details often unreachable other than by boat. There are countless special places only boaters know about and only boaters can get to. This is exactly why this trip is designed for.

Agia Pelagia is a seaside fishing village located 23 km (by car) or 13 km (by boat) north – west of Heraklion. The village is built in the center of the homonymous amphitheatric bay. The landscape is actually complex of 8 wind – protected, formidable, sandy coves named Mades, Vlychada, Lygaria, Agia Pelagia, Fylakes, Kladissos, Psaromoura and Mononaftis.

It is incredibly difficult to describe in words the extravagant, Caribbean-like landscape. Always calm, tropical aquamarine waters, palm trees, golden sand, smooth rocky platforms laying into the shallow waters (hopefully you may view part of the astonishing beauty in the following photos). It’s nothing but strange that one of the top luxurious resorts worldwide (named Out of the Blue, one of the very few 7 stars hotels in Greece) is built there.

Feel like cruising Caribbean. Travel with us to Agia Pelagia bay in style, luxury, and comfort. Join the sailing procedure if you feel like it, get eye – catching views of the majestic seashore from aboard, let the sea breeze fondle your skin.

Upon arrival you may swim, fish, snorkel into the crystal-clear waters, play with a SUP (Stand Up Paddleboard), 

​If you have booked the luxurious, 53 ft long sailboat, MGV TREATON, you may have a lot of fun around the enormous swimming and entertainment area consisting of the aft opening door and the three unfolding steps.

You may also just relax and continue suntanning on the huge front deck area of the yacht, which is equipped with comfortable, high-quality mattresses.

Do join us to this unique, exotic sailing experience in Agia Pelagia bay!​

Trip Overview

13.40 m / 44 ft

2 Toilets with shower

3  Cabins / 9 Births

1  extra  shower  chamber

shower on deck

Elan Impression 434

Duration: 8 hours  (10:00 - 18:00)

Free  Wi - Fi  on Board

Capacity: Up to 10 Guests

Food and Beverages Included

Hot/Cold Water shower on deck

Private Full Day Trip to    Dia island

Duration: 8 hours 

Starts at: 9:30 / 10:00 / 10:30 / 11:00

Capacity: Up to 10 Guests

Luxurious, Air Conditioned

53 ft Sailboat

Fruits and Beverages Included

LOW SEASON:  870 €

June 26 to Sept. 101090 €

Private Full Day Trip to Agia Pelagia

General  Data

Construction year: 2006

Refit year: 2019
Length: 13.40 m

Beam: 4.18 m

Draft: 1.80 m

Engine: Volvo Penta 75 hp
Fuel: Petrol

Avg. Consumption: 5.5 Lt per hour

Cruise speed: 7 knots
Water tank: 650 Lt

Fuel tank: 270 Lt

furling mainsail

 roller Genoa

Pressurized water system

Hot water

Crew: Skipper (upon demand)
Languages spoken: English, Greek

Base: Marina of Heraklion, Crete, Greece



- Bareboat Charters

- Skippered Charters


Cabins: 3 (double)

1 Convertible Double Sofa Bed

1 Single Sofa Bed

Births: 9

Heads with shower: 2
additional shower chamber: 1

Gas cooker with 3 stoves


Microwaves oven

Electric fridge



Kitchen supplies


Bed linen / Towels

Skippered Trips:

- Day Trips: Up to 8 Guests  Guests (overnight): 8

- overnight Trips: Up to 8 Guests

Bareboat Trips:

- Day Trips: Up to 10 Guests

- overnight Trips: Up to 9 Guests

Deck & Cockpit Equipment


Cockpit table

Cockpit cushions

Electric anchor windlass

Spare anchor (Reserve / Auxiliary Anchor)



Winch handle

Self-tailing winch

Electric winches

Emergency tiller

Dinghy with outboard engine


Electric bilge pump

Mechanic bilge pump

Wire (shroud cutter)

Batteries (Start batteries, battery- charger etc.)

Mooring ropes

Swim platform / Swim ladder

Navigation Equipment / Tools

Cockpit compass

Hand-bearing compass

Nautical charts & corresponding instruments

(pencils, parallel ruler, dividers, plotters, etc.)

GPS chart plotter

ECICDS (Electronic Chart Display Infor. System)

Radar, AIS (Automatic Identification System)


Echo-sounder / Depth-sounder

 Speed & Distance log device

Navigation / Positioning lights

Fog horn

Black ball shapes Barometer


Wind instrument

Boat documents & manuals

Toolbox / Engine’s spares

Sail repair kit

Dinghy repair kit

Safety Equipment

Horseshoe lifebuoy

Life jackets / Life raft

Box of flares / Distress flare box

Radar reflector

Emergency helm

Floating light

Torch light

Safety belt

Bosun’s chair

Fire extinguisher

First aid kit

Marine VHF radio


EPIRB distress radio beacons

Other Equipment (included in the price)

Bimini top


Bow thruster

Solar panels


12V/220V sockets


Speakers on deck


CD player / MP3 player

USB/AUX connection


Snorkeling Equipment

fishing equipment


The contemporary, light cherry-tinted, wooden interior consists by:

  •  The roomy, luminous main lounge which can convert into a large triple bed.

  • The galley that includes a double sink, a fridge with freezer, a three-burner stove with oven and plenty of storage.

  • The control panel desk where the control panel, a GPS, a VHF and a CD/radio player are located.

  • Three double bedrooms which provide practical shelving, hanging, lockers, seats and plenty of lighting and ventilation.

  • Two toilet / shower rooms.

  • One additional shower chamber.

Interior Highlights

Image Gallery / location