Departure & Return
Meeting point: Kos Harbour
Departure at 09:30
Visit three of the neighbouring islands: Pserimos, Kalymnos
Two swim stops
Lunch at a local restaurant with sea view
Fantastic photo opportunities on both land and sea
Characteristics of the boat
Maximum number of passengers: 126 (boat capacity)
Bar with alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverages and snacks
Sunbeds, upper deck and protected seating area at the rear
of the boat
Accessible for strollers and wheelchairs (please advise us at time
of booking of any mobility needs you may have)
Lunch at a taverna (see menu choices when booking)
Fully trained and experienced crew
Join us for the opportunity to explore some of the most picturesque neigbouring islands the Aegean Sea has to offer on-board our
unique wooden boat!
A favourite of visitors from all over the world, the Dodecanese has so much to offer you during your stay here in Kos from
our Blue Flag beaches to our delicious local flavours. During
this full day tour you will be able to visit the islands of
Pserimos, Kalymnos and Plati.
Arriving at Pserimos you will find Avlakia, the only village on
theisland, which is home to around only 35 permanent residents. You can also find here the most popular beach of
the island, which is distinguished by its white sand and has shallow waters perfect for families. Be sure to walk to Panagia Grafiotissa, the small white chapel on the other side which
was built on the site of an earlier Christian church or why not buy some of the locally picked wild herbs as a perfect souvenir of the taste of Greece.
The island of Kalymnos is our main stop for the day as it has
so much history and you will want to spend some time
learning about their trade of diving for sponges for more than two thousand years. This is also where we will be providing
you with lunch at a local taverna in the port with views of the sea. Our top tip is try the amazing gelato which was
introduced to this island during the Italian administration in
the early 20th century. One of the modern industries of the island is their fish farms which have been known
to attract the wild dolphins in the area.
The last stop of our sea adventure for the day is for a swim at Plati, a small uninhabited island between Kalymnos and Pserimos. We will be offering you the chance to take in the views and enjoy the stunning colours in the Blue Lagoon.
This is also the perfect time to sit back, relax and enjoy a cocktail on our sunbeds - they say a day on the boat is worth three on the beach...
Book now and let our experienced crew show you the magic of a day on the water with us
Good to know
Anyone under the age of 18 years old will require supervision
at all times by an adult in their party
We have safety equipment on-board but you will need to bring your own swimming aids (if required)
If you have any dietary requirements please let us know in
The sale and consumption of alcohol to under 18 year olds is prohibited in Greece
There are no ATMs on the islands of Pserimos and Plati
The boat currently operates a cash only bar. There is a cashpoint opposite the boat in the harbour
For the safety and comfort of all guests on-board we will be using the motor and not sails on our journey
There are no pets allowed on-board
This tour may be escorted and in different languages
Drinks at lunch are not included
What to Bring
Swimsuits and towels
Sunscreen, hats and any clothing to wear
Cash for the bar on-board and any extras
We have been in boat tour operations since 1998 and have an experienced and highly qualified crew here to make your voyage with us special. Our goal is to offer our guests first rate service.
We are located in the picturesque port of Kos Harbour and easily identifiable by our stunning traditional wooden Gulet boat.
Our Mission is “To provide our guests with a unique and unforgettable experience on our picture-perfect islands in the Aegean Sea. We want you to leave as happy as our crew are to welcome you on-board".
Philotimo is a Greek word that is without definition but impacts the world beyond imagination. The word philotimo comes from the Greek root words “filos,” meaning friend, and “timi,” meaning honor. The meaning of philotimo extends far beyond the words friend and honor. Philotimo encompasses the concepts of pride in self, pride in family, pride in community, and doing the right thing.
We are proud to provide our guests a chance to share in the Greek way of life on the vibrant blue Aegean Sea.