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Frequently Asked Questions

Now is a good time to start arranging your charter holidays. We are here to help you every step of the way to make it a seamless and enjoyable process.

A bareboat yacht charter enables you to hire a catamaran or monohull from our fleet, sail it yourself and be fully responsible for the boat and your trip. Bareboat yacht charters offer you freedom and privacy to sail at your own pace and enjoy newly discovered swimming places, authentic local bars or spectacular sunsets. The Greek Authorities require a minimum of one sailing license/certification and one experienced crew member as co-skipper for bareboat charters.

For those without a valid certificate for bareboat sailing or just want to relax a little bit more on your sailing holiday – you can choose a charter with a skipper or a crewed yacht charter holiday. While having the flexibility of deciding your own sailing route with the comfort of knowing experienced crew is on board to guide you through any rough seas and to recommend the little-known spots that make sailing in Greece such an amazing experience!

Our charters are offered Saturday to Saturday. Depending on the yacht’s booking plan however, there may be a chance we could accommodate other embarking/disembarking dates, so feel free to ask!

The price includes the use of the yacht and its equipment (as per each yacht’s inventory list), marine insurance, all taxes & currently applicable VAT. The quote will also include any compulsory extras including for example end of charter cleaning fees.

The price does not include fuel consumption, water consumption, provisions, transportation to/from the yacht and any port fees in your itinerary (excluding the fees of your embarkation/disembarkation port). Any items stated as “extra costs” for example one-way fees, skipper’s or hostess/cook’s fees and extra equipment is also charged separately.

All our yachts are comprehensively insured against damage to the hull, machinery and/or equipment including third party cover. The security deposit ensures that you are responsible only for that amount of money for any loss or damage that may be caused during your charter.

The value of the security deposit varies depending on the size of the yacht or catamaran you are renting. If no insurable event occurs during your sailing holiday, the deposit is returned.

You have the option to insure your refundable deposit through EIS insurance company. In case you insure your deposit and a damage takes place, then you pay the amount of the loss or damage AND you are refunded in full (minus deductible) by the insurance company. You can read more detailed information in

Insure your security deposit here: Deposit Insurance

The key for sailing charters is simplicity and a minimum of unneeded extras. Casual and breezy beach attire is certainly the order of the day on deck, though for evenings ashore, slacks or a sundress are more appropriate. Rubber soled shoes as opposed to hard soles are recommended aboard our yachts, so bring boat shoes or tennis shoes. For cool or windy evenings, a windbreaker comes in handy and depending on the time of year you are sailing a long-sleeved shirt or two just in case you feel chilly is a good idea.

Above all, protection from the sun is vital – lots of suntan lotion, wide-brimmed hats or sailing caps, and loose-fitting cotton cover-ups. Don’t forget to pack it all in soft-shell baggage for easy onboard storage.

Cancellation fees are calculated depending on the period of time between the date of cancellation and the departure date as follows: