Catamaran Kite Cruises in Cyclades, Greece (8 days)

8 days, Multiple Departures

Catamaran Kite Cruises in Cyclades, Greece (8 days)
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The Cyclades stand as the ultimate destination for catamaran kite cruises in Greece. This cluster of 220 islands, situated to the East and South East of Athens, boasts crystal-clear turquoise waters, a vibrant culture, delectable cuisine, and myriad hidden treasures. It serves as the perfect playground for kitesurfing enthusiasts during the summer months of June through September. Why? Because during this period, the renowned Meltemi wind, reaching 35-40 knots practically every day in the open sea, blows incessantly, transforming this corner of the Aegean into a veritable paradise for kitesurfers and adventurers.

Among the best-known islands are Naxos, Mykonos, Paros, Antiparos, Santorini, Milos, Syros, Sifnos, Koufonisia, and more. Yet, there are numerous others, and depending on the wind direction, conditions may be optimal on one island or another. Thus, during our excursions, we constantly monitor conditions to determine our next destination. This ensures each trip is uniquely exciting, with routes never following the same path, and with wind guaranteed on some island, no matter how secluded it may be, as long as the Meltemi continues to blow.

Our Catamaran Kite adventures span a full week, encompassing 7 nights and 8 days. Boarding takes place on a Saturday afternoon, with disembarkation the following Saturday morning. Departure ports include Athens, Paros, or Mykonos, with the journey dedicated to exploring the Cyclades' premier kitesurfing locales.

Despite the Meltemi often blowing continuously for days, always from the north, its predictability is limited. Direction and intensity can vary between northeast and northwest, ranging from 25 to 40 knots. Accurate conditions can only be forecasted a day or two in advance, leaving minimal room for pre-planning. Consequently, our itinerary is subject to constant adjustment, yet this fluidity adds to the allure of our trips, as we continually discover new spots dictated by the wind's whims.

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