The journey usually begins early in the morning from the port of Milos, or Provatas and Paliochori beach if the day is windy. Breakfast is served out to the buffet to boost energy levels as the ship heads towards the first destination. The beaches that are visited are the ones that cannot be reached by lands, such as Kleftiko, Sykia, Kalogries, and Gerontas. Each swimming stop lasts about one hour, except the noon lunch stop, which, naturally, takes a bit longer. Lunch is usually served in Kleftiko, the ideal place! Enjoy delicious traditional Greek food and drinks along with breathtaking views. The staff provides everyone with snorkeling masks on each destination, and if asked, they will also let you know all about the local pirate folklore! Later in the afternoon, the ship sails back to Provatas beach, and from there, it continues with the whole-day cruisers to the largest isolated island in the Aegean, Polyegos. Polyegos means “many goats” since those are its only inhabitants. There, just as the sun sets in the astonishing turquoise waters, the journey ends with a picture that will stay in your mind forever. The ship sails back to the port, where dessert is served, and the captain and crew wish everyone farewell with a shot of ouzo or raki.