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Yoga in The Cyclades


 Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self” – Bhagavad Gita.

Yoga Week is our offering to unite the land with the sea. It is an exploration into the practice of Yoga as we connect our mind and body with the elements of the wind and the sea.

Experience the purity of sailing with a daily practice among the natural elements on sandy beaches.

This week is all about isolation and self-exploration. We depart from Paros – Piso Livadi and head to the the remote island of Despotiko. The Journey continues southwards to the small Cyclades as  spend our nights under the stars in isolated coves, away from ports and marinas in the islands of Schoinousa, Koufonisia and Keros . Our route will then take us to even remote islets with Amorgos and Donousa serving as our re-provisioning stopovers and Mykonos as our final destination.

Yacht TypeMonohull
DepartureParos - Piso Livadi
Check inSaturday 05:00 pm
Check outSaturday 09:00 am
BringSwimwear, Lots of sunscreen, Sunglasses, Hat, Water resistant jacket

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Day 1 

Check in at 17:00. Meet your captain, your hostess and your crew. Get ready for our departure from Paros towards Despotiko. Dinner Onboard.

Day 2

After our morning yoga session in Despotiko we will departure for a swim stop and lunch in Pantelonisi before we sail towards Schoinousa for our sunset yoga. Dinner onboard.

Day 3

Today we will explore Kato Koufonissi before we sail to Keros. Dinner onboard

Day 4 

Today we leave the small cyclades behind and head south towards Ano and Kato antikeri for swimming adventures before we sail to Gramvousa. Dinner Onboard.

Day 5

After our early morning yoga session he will head to the port of Amorgos for reprovisioning before we sail north to Donoussa. Dinner onboard

Day 6

Today we will explore the coastline of Donoussa with several swim stops before we sail to the remote island of Macheres. Dinner onboard.

Day 7 

We continue our journey south with a quick stop at Ano Koufonisi to  and then to the island of Naxos  for our final night onboard. Dinner onboard

Day 8 

It is farewell time. Early in the morning we will sail to Mykonos for the check out at 09:00

We will practice Yoga daily in morning and/or afternoon sessions on location and depending on the sailing schedule. Every session lasts approximately 1½ hours.

Included :

  • Yacht
  • Skipper
  • Hostess
  • Yoga instructor
  • Yoga Mattresses 
  • 6 x Breakfast
  • 6 x Lunch
  • 7 x Dinner
  • Mooring fees
  • Fuel
  • Dinghy-outboard
  • Towels & Linen
  • Cleaning fees

Not included : 

  • Flights & Transfers

Book 1 cabins


Each cabin has room for 2. You’ll get to meet other sailors on deck. Have a blast!

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Book a whole yacht to accomodate your crew.

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  • 1. Do I need to be an experienced sailor to join?

    Not really. Most of our travelers were first time sailors and they loved it. Jack & Jenny Sailing Weeks are led by friendly and professional captains, so you can relax on board while your captain or crew take care of the rest.

    Nevertheless, it is a great opportunity to pick up some nautical skills. Whether it’s pulling ropes, setting sails or steering the wheel, you can engage yourself in sailing as much as you desire.

  • 2. How many people are required to book a whole yacht?

    A group of maximum 6 or 8 persons is the optimal number to book a yacht to full capacity.

    Thus, a group of 6 persons can book a 3 double-cabin yacht, and a group of 8 can book a 4 double-cabin yacht.

    Nevertheless you can be a group of 1 to 6 (or 1 to 8) persons and still book a whole yacht. The final price will be adapted according to specific costs that can be reduced.

  • 3. Who will I share my cabin with?

    If you book with a friend, you will share one cabin together.

    If you’re traveling solo, we will do our best to pair people of the same gender in cabins but we cannot guarantee it.

    A cabin of two single bunk beds might be available depending on yacht availability.

  • 4. What should I bring with me?

    First of all, travel light! Think like a traveler and not like a tourist.
    Moreover as sailors, we share a limited amount of space for a week, so be practical and keep in mind that most of the day we only wear our swimwear.

    Sailing boat essentials:
    – Swimsuit
    – Flip Flops
    – Hat
    – Sunglasses
    – Sunscreen & after sun cream
    – Towel / scarf or pareo
    – Light jacket (windproof type) or a hoodie
    – Books
    – Cash (euros)

    Beddings and towels are provided, consider only bringing a sleeping bag if you want to sleep on the deck or beach.
    Feel free to bring music in any kind of forms.

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