Boat Trips, Pelion.

classic John Alden sailing yacht, pelion boat tripBoat trips round the Pelion, sailing around the beautiful shores and islands of the Pagasitic Gulf, leaving from Volos or Kala Nera (click here to see our berths) at 10.00 a.m. We sail to Trikeri Island or Mijela , returning in the late afternoon.

The Pagasitic Gulf

Sail with us past beautiful Afissos, Milina and the islets of the Pagasitic Gulf. Discoverer unspoilt coves and beaches accessible only by boat. See beautiful, green tree-covered Mount Pelion from the sea. Experience the calm of sailing with only the sound of water lapping against the bow and the wind in the sails.

There are stops for swimming, and a full lunch with wine is provided on board.

You have a good chance of seeing dolphins as they play around the boat.

Nereida is also available for for private charter from Skaithos and the other islands of the Sporades.

Price: €80 per person (up to 10 maximum).

If less than five people book, the trip may be cancelled. Private Day Trips are also available.

Includes lunch, beer/wine/tsipouro, dessert and fruits on board.

nereida classic john alden ketch

nereida lunch

Special orders of wine, champagne and real ales may be made (at extra cost). See our wine list.

Where are we?


Licensed for tourist use.

By law we must provide the port police with a passenger list before we leave, so pre-booking is essential – even if you only ring us the evening before. Please don’t just turn up – or we’ll have to send you away disappointed.

Tel. 0030 6985028668

Boat trips for private groups

We are also available for private hire – contact us for group bookings and special charter.



Dolphins swimming in the Pagasitic






We often see dolphins when we are out sailing. We most frequently see the bottle nosed dolphin, which is bigger than the common dolphin and can grow up to 4 metres long.

Generally we see them in family groups of four or five. 


They really love boats and come along to have a look or to ride the bow wave if we're moving really fast - the dolphin equivalent of skateboarding.   

Dolphin swimming near boat

Most often we see them hunting tuna, which are also common in this area.

Dolphins Greece

If you see tuna jumping then you can guess they're being chased by a pod of dolphins.

Tuna jumpingPlease remember that these animals are wild - which means they do their own thing and they'll come and play only if they want to. We cannot promise a sighting.

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