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The company THERMA NEPA manages the 4-cabin sailing yacht Dufour 430 – Armonia, which was built in 2023 and is docked in Samothraki, Greece.

Armonia can accommodate up to 10 people in 3 double cabins, 1 double cabin with a bunk bed and a saloon with 2 extra beds. Pillows and blankets are included in the price. Sailing yacht Armonia offers 2 toilets with a shower.

Boat equipment features classic mainsail, solar panels, bimini and bow thruster. It also boasts audio system, outside speakers and inside speakers. The fully-equipped galley includes an oven, cooker, sink and kitchen utensils.

The sailing yacht Armonia is designed for those in search of bigger sensations on the water. It guarantees sensational enjoyment during all your sailing experiences.

Navigation & Safety
  • Autopilot
  • Outside GPS plotter
  • Bow thruster
  • Bimini
  • Dinghy
  • Solar panels
  • Classic mainsail
Saloon & Cabins
  • Shower
  • Cooker
  • Kitchen utensils
  • Oven
  • Pillows and blankets
  • Fridge
  • Sink
  • Towels
  • Outside shower
  • Bathing platform
  • Outside speakers
  • Inside speakers
  • Audio system
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The boat is available for rent. For any further information, please fill in the following form. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Sailing in Samothrace

Samothrace (Σαμοθράκη) or Samothraki, a small island of 180 km2 and about 2900 inhabitants is located in the NE corner of Greece. It is a remote and rugged, wind-swept, island with its highest peak, Mt. Fengari at 1676 m (5500 ft) which is covered with snow for about 9 months of the year. Here sat the God of the sea Poseidon to watch the Trojan War.


Samothraki is best known today for the famous statue of Victory, alas not here but at the Louvre Museum. In the antiquity, however, Samothraki was one of the best known and most visited islands, because of it was the center of the cult of the Great Gods of the Underworld, people flocked here to be initiated to the cult’s mysteries.


When approaching Samothrace from the W the appearance of distances near Cape Akrotiri can be deceiving. Approaching the island from the W expect very strong katabatic winds from Mt. Fengari.


Samothrace does not have any natural harbors or anchorages. There are only two artificial harbors: Kamariotissa and Loutra.

Kamariotissa (Καμαριώτισσα) is the main harbor for the island. It provides good all around shelter but a strong SW wind brings in an uncomfortable swell. It is best to go side-to the mole and drop an anchor to keep the boat some distance from the concrete. The ferry boats and large trawlers can make some uncomfortable wakes

(Images of Kamariotissa harbor)

Loutra (Λουτρά) or Thérma (Θέρμα) is a new second artificial harbor that opened in 2002. It is reported to have depths better than 3 m and it looks as if it provides good or better protection from the meltemi than Kamariotissa. It certainly is a quiet place. The small village of Thérma is about 1 km inland and has several shops and restaurants which operate only in the summer. You can come side-to

(Images of Therma harbor)