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Sailing - Cyclades or Ionian Sea

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We are 4 couples in our mid-30's who are going sailing in September. I've heard mixed stories of where we should go. Some people say that the Cyclades is the place to see and someone else said that the Ionian Sea is the place. None of us are big sailors, but we like to hang out on the water and go swimming etc. We do want to go into towns for dinner etc... on a few nights, but sightseeing isn't our biggest priority.
Does anyone have any suggestions for me on what the best itinerary to suit or needs would be.
I appreciate all suggestions.
Thanks

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