Afroudakis Yachting in Greece sends word that its 56-foot Pershing motoryacht Pegasus will be available for charters this summer in the Cyclades islands, with a home base on the island of Mykonos.
Most crewed charter yachts in Greece are based in the Aegean archipelago near Athens, or in the Dodecanese archipelago near the southwest coast of Turkey. The Cyclades are considered more remote and thus more luxurious in terms of privacy and solitude while visiting the island harbors.
Pegasus is a 2006 build that accommodates six guests in three staterooms, plus two crew. Her top speed is more than 40 knots, which means long-distance itineraries are possible that include quite a few Cyclades islands, instead of just a handful.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more about Pegasus or help you book a week aboard this summer in Greece’s Cyclades islands.