The Dodecanese, in the southeastern Aegean Sea, is a group of Greek islands known for their medieval castles, Byzantine churches, beaches and ancient archaeological sites. Dodecanese means 12 in Ancient Greek, but there are actually 15 larger islands and 83 islets. The Dodecanese were held by the Italians between the 2 World Wars, and several demonstrate Italianate architecture as a consequence.
Current regulations require all our voyages to the Dodecanese to start and finish in Turkey, and for the guest list to remain the same throughout the voyage.
As the winds are predominantly North Easterly, the most suitable anchorages tend to be in the South and East of all islands.