Luxury tall ship cruise. On a boutique ship of only 18 cabins

Luxury tall ship cruise. On a boutique ship of only 18 cabins

  • Finest cuisine.
  • Cabins equipped with a 5-star hotel room facilities.
  • Watersports: swimming, water slide, snorkeling, windsurfing, kayaking, wakeboard, water ski, deep sea fishing.
  • Entertainments: Maritime and culinary master-classes, photosafari. Shore excursions. Disco, karaoke, cinema, table games. Massage.
  • Impecable service of 21 multilingual professional crew.


With personal guide on board

With personal guide on board

  • All the main culture spots of Greece in one cruise.
  • Professional guide on board will accompany the group, an all-about specialist of Greece, who will provide an atmosphere of full immersion into the cultural program, recommend rare or any excursions to your liking and answer your questions.


Close community of interests

Close community of interests

Get acquainted with unusual facts of history, architecture, religious shrines, mythology and cuisine and spend an unforgettable week among like-minded people, true connoisseurs of Greek culture.


Day 1. Athens (Piraeus)

The cradle of philosophy, where the greatest minds sought the solution to the most difficult task of the human being: to know himself. This is where the beauty of body and mind became a cult.

Day 2. Syros

Sitting in the heart of the Aegean Sea, Syros is a mixture of Cycladic and Venetian architecture. Whitewashed houses blending with colorful mansions and big churches, surrounded by the Cycladic nature.

Day 3.1. Delos

Here you will find numerous ancient monuments at the vast area of Archaeological sites that takes a big part of the island’s territory, featuring many temples, maisons, statues, Agora of the Competaliasts and the Ancient Theatre. 

Day 3.2. Mykonos

Mykonos is the great glamour island of Greece and flaunts its sizzling St-Tropez-meets-Ibiza style and party-hard reputation. Visit the island’s capital, Hora, Folklore Museum, village of Ano Mera. Party at many raves and beaches  

Day 4. Naxos

The largest of the Cyclades, Naxos has isolated beaches, atmospheric mountain villages and ancient sites.
Naxos was a cultural centre of Classical Greece and Byzantium, and Venetian and Frankish influences also left their mark.

Day 5. Ikaria

Ikaria is one of the worldwide famous Greek Islands, mainly due to the longevity of its inhabitants and the Ikarian diet. Its wild beauty is breathtaking: rocky mountains, dramatic gorges, hiking trails, mesmerizing beaches, and rural villages.

Day 6. Andros

Andros Chora, the island's capital, is a mixture of Venetian, Byzantine and Ottoman architecture. Palaiopolis, the ancient capital of Andros, the prehistoric Plaka settlement and Zagora settlement are must-visits.

Day 7. Tinos

Tinos is one of the most enchanting Greek Islands. Beautiful sandy beaches, traditional villages and minimal Cycladic architecture. Its's also a pilgrimage center.

Day 8. Athens-Piraeus

Piraeus is a huge bustling city, merging with Athens. It is the largest commercial and industrial center of Greece, the main foreign trade port.

Day 1. Athens (Piraeus)

The cradle of philosophy, where the greatest minds sought the solution to the most difficult task of the human being: to know himself. This is where the beauty of body and mind became a cult.

Day 2. Spetses

Spetses is where superyachts pop up and out next to traditional wooden fishing boats and where the super-rich rub shoulders with the locals in quayside tavernas. All are drawn to this pine-covered island for its clear waters, coves and Spetses Town.

Day 3. Nafplio

Nafplio is famous for numerous fortresses, monasteries and the Medieval Old Town. It is a perfect start point to explore ancient Mycenae, Argos and Epidaurus.

Day 4. Monemvasia

Monemvasia is a Medieval Castle Town, exclusively carved on a huge rock looking as if it came down from a fairy tale. The island is linked to the mainland by a short causeway 200m in length.

Day 5. Gytheio

Gythio is a quiet charming fishing town with authentic architecture and very few tourists. Gythio is also a base for excursions to legendary Sparta and Mistras. There is the islet of Cranae right at the entrance port. Here according to legend Paris of Troy and Helen from Sparta spent their first night together before departing for Troy, thus igniting the Trojan War.

Day 6. Pylos

Mirriad of beaches across a vast bay, lagoon with flamingos, waterfalls, caves, castles, tombs, kayaking and diving, golf center and natural resorts - entwine activities into a hit pack in Pylos.

Day 7. Katakolo

Katakolo is a gateway for the archaeological site of Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games. Adjacent to the port is the sunken ancient city and port of Pheia. 

Day 8. Kefalonia/Sami

Kefalonia is the largest Ionian island. Here stands Enom – the tallest mountain of Ionic islands (1628 m), covered with unique pine trees. Visit pilgrim churches, local wineries, famous Drogarati cave and Mirtos beach, lake Melissani, Ainos natural reserve, Diskardo traditional village...

Day 9. Nafpaktos

Nafpaktos is a small town with a well preserved Venetian port and a castle. It opens a way to natural wonders of mountainous Nafpaktia. We will sail under the Rio-Antirio Bridge - longest span of its type in the world. Miguel de Cervantes fought here in the Battle of Lepanto. His statue is displayed by the port.

Day 10. Itea

Itea is a small waterfront town located in close proximity to the archeological site of Delphi. Myths say that Apollo carried first Delphi priests. through Itea port. He took a shape of a dolphin and showed them the way. 

Day 11.1. Corinth Canal

The Corinth Canal, though only completed in the late 19th century, was an idea and dream that’s dates back over 2000 thousand years. It saves the 700-kilometers (430 mi) journey around the Peloponnese! The strip of land that connects the Peloponnese and mainland Greece is called the “Isthmus”. At its narrowest point, it is only 4 miles wide, and in ancient times, one could see from one side to the other.

Day 11.2. Epidaurus

Epidaurus is a cradle of ancient Greek drama and medicine. It is renowned for the abundance and high density of historical artifacts. Observe the Great Theatre – best preserved and most beautiful in Greece, famous for incredible acoustics and symmetry. Other important ancient sites include Stadium of the Asclepieion of Epidaurus, Sanctuary of Asclepion and the Sunken city of Epidaurus.

Day 11.3. Aegina

Aegina offers finest pistachios in the world, olive groves and some of the most significant monasteries and temples of Greece. Visit Ancient Temple of Athena Aphaia, dating back to the 6th century BC. It forms in fact an equilateral triangle with the Parthenon and the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, the so-called “holy triangle” of the antiquity. 


Day 12. Athens (Piraeus)

Ten kilometers southwest of central Athens, Piraeus is dazzling in its scale, its seemingly endless quays filled with ferries, ships and hydrofoils. While technically its own city, it melds into the Athens sprawl, with close to half a million people living in the greater area.

About the Ship

RUNNING ON WAVES is a three-mast sailing vessel, rigging type — barquentine. Sails are her main driving power.

  • With the length (LOA) of 64 metres, she is one of the biggest sailing yachts in the world. And simultaniously one of the smallest ocean cruise ship.
  • Over 15,5 square metres per guest of open teakwood deck space, that is 3 times more than aboard most expensive cruise ships.
  • Direct access to water for swimming through a ramp.

21 crew
18 cabins
42 guests max


Main deck Cabins

These cabins have a king size bed, a wardrobe and a bar.

Cabin №5 also has a soft corner couch.

Tween deck Cabins

The cabins located on the lower deck are fitted with portholes (circular windows). Cabins sizes vary between 11m² – 12m² (118ft² – 129ft).

Some cabins on the tween deck have king size beds (cabins №14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 29).
One cabin has twin beds (№ 24).
Cabins №19, 22, 23, 25, 27 have triple beds in each one.


All prices are in EURO and before discount.
All cabin prices include full board accommodation and a professional guide on board.

Early booking discount

> 9 months — 30%
from 9 to 6 months — 20%
from 6 to 3 months — 10%
before each departure

Prices for 22 June 2024 - 29 June 2024 cruise

Cabin Category Price per person (double accom.) Price per person (single accom.)
Mini-suite 20m2 5628 6960
Premium 18m2 4619 5699
Premium 16m2 4402 5428
Premium 14m2 3739 4599
Standard-Superior 12m2 3604 4430
Standard 12m2 3468 4260
Standard 11m2 3143 3854
Triple 12m2 2132* n/a
Triple 11m2 1980* n/a

Prices for 31 August 2024 - 11 September 2024 cruise

Cabin Category Price per person (double accom.) Price per person (single accom.)
Mini-suite 20m2 8672 10840
Premium 18m2 7087 8858
Premium 16m2 6746 8432
Premium 14m2 5704 7130
Standard-Superior 12m2 5492 6865
Standard 12m2 5278 6597
Standard 11m2 4767 5958
Triple 12m2 3178* n/a
Triple 11m2 2940* n/a
* Price per person in triple accommodation

Special deal for children

2 adults + 1 child (8–12 years)
100% off
2 adults + 1 child (12–18 years)
50% off
1 adult + 1 child (8–12 years)
50% off
1 adult + 1 child (12–18 years)
25% off

Included in the price

  • Full board
  • Coffee/ tea and still water, crackers free during the day at the bar counter
  • Kayaks, windsurf boards, fins and masks for snorkeling
  • Entertainments on board: show and animation programs, sails practices, yoga classes, karaoke (activities are indicative and  may differ from cruise to cruise, depending on weather, cruise schedule, cruise program, cruise itinerary, guests' preferences, etc)
  • SAT TV in the cabins
  • Jacuzzi
  • Lecture sessions with professional Greece tour guide on board


On extra payment

  • Port charges EURO 430 for 31 August 2024 - 11 September 2024 cruise / EURO 350 for 22 June 2024 - 29 June 2024 cruise (obligatory)
  • Cocktails, alcohol and drinks in the bar
  • Diving equipment and diving instructor services, underwater group tours
  • Water ski, wakeboards etc.
  • Bus excursions with invited guide
  • Laundry services
  • Air tickets, transfer and visa cost
  • Service charge (tips) (on  guests' decision)
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