Cruising with Circe Sail away with us

Circe (pronounced Kir-kee) is a 25 metre gaff-rigged ketch built in Norway in 1915. She is an eye-catching, graceful ship, of a type rarely seen in Mediterranean waters.

On deck, Circe retains her original charm. Her ample teak deck is complimented by masts and spars made from solid Douglas fir. All sail work is done by hand, utilising block and tackle, as it would have been when she was first built, over 100 years ago.

Circe has a very experienced captain and crew. She is now based in the Ionian, operating mainly out of Paxos and Corfu. She is regularly chartered for weekly and fortnightly cruises, exploring the Northern Ionian, Greek mainland and Southern Ionian. Circe is designed to be independent from the shore for long periods, allowing for anchored stays in secluded bays.


  • Fridge & freezer
  • Electric hob & oven
  • Microwave
  • Wi-fi
  • Integrated sound and iPod docking station
  • DVD / memory stick flat screen TV
  • 2 kayaks
  • Hammocks (which can be slung from the rigging)
  • Snorkel equipment
  • Fishing rods and tackle
Technical specifications
  • Length - 25m long overall (19.5m on deck)
  • Beam - 4.3m
  • Engine - 380hp
  • Weight – 51 tonnes
  • Cruising speed – 8–10 knots
  • Range – 1,000 miles
  • Fuel consumption - 40 litres p/hour


April & October - £8,000 p/week

May, June & September - £10,500 p/week.

July & August - £12,500 p/week.


2 en-suite double cabins

2 single berths

(If further sleeping space is required, 2 people can be accommodated in the saloon)

(weather permitting, the deck provides extra sleeping capacity for 4 people)


Bed linen, towels and beach towels

Not included

Port fees (if incurred), fuel, food & drinks

Chef - available on request.

Circe is also available for day trips

welcome aboard


Tony Chancellor: (+30) 6972604117

Trudi Yeatman: (+30) 6907535423,

Dora Marelou: (+30) 6936401900

Lakka, Paxos, Ionian Islands, Greece

Created By
kostas skaltsas

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