Documents required by Greek authorities

For chartering a bareboat sailing yacht or a catamaran in Greece the skipper must be aholder of a  valid International Certificate of Competence (ASA, RYA or equal for offshore sailing).

It is advisable for at least one of your crew to be an experienced sailor.


Payment conditions

The first payment, 50% of the charter fee, is payable after the booking confirmation.The balance payment (the remaining 50% of the charter fee) is to be paid  45 days prior embarkation.


Cancelation policy

1 to 45 days prior to departure 100% of total charter price.

46 to 90 days prior to departure   50% of total charter price.

91 days or more prior to departure 200 euro dossier expenses.


Charter fee includes

Yacht rental fees.

All taxes & VAT 12%.

Yacht’s equipment as per specification stated for each yacht type.

Yacht’s final cleaning.

Outboard engine.

Bed linen & towels.


Charter fee does not include

Fuel & water consumption.

Port Fees during the trip.

Transfers from or to the Yacht.

Provisions/food /drinks.


Embarkation is on Saturday afternoon at 17:00h.

Return to base is Friday afternoon at 17.00h.

Disembarkation is on Saturday morning at 09:00h.

*if a short-term cruise to be agreed.


Yacht’s Damage Deposit

All the yachts are insured against fire, marine and collision risks, third party liability and against any part or total loss or damage, in excess of the amount of the “security deposit” that every client leave before departure.

The Refundable Deposit Guarantee is  payable at the base prior embarkation usually on a credit card (VISA or MasterCard), and is previewed to cover the occasion of damage/loss might be caused to the yacht and/or her equipment.