No Documents are required by Greek authorities

For chartering a crewed sailing yacht or catamaran there is no need to be a sailing license holder. The skipper in charge, as well as the crew member(s) are professionals and approved by Greek authorities.

Payment conditions

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


Charter fee includes

Yacht rental fees.

Crew fee.

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

Yacht’s final cleaning.

Outboard engine.

Bed linen & towels.

Insurance of the Vessel and the hall Crew.


Charter fee does not include

Fuel & water consumption.

Port Fees during the trip.

Crew’s food.

Transfers from or to the Yacht.

Provisions/food /drinks.



Skipper’s obligations

The Skipper is responsible for the navigation of the yacht, mooring, anchoring and maneuvering. For keeping the deck and the cockpit in good, clean and fully functional condition.            Also for managing the refilling of water and fuel of the yacht and the outboard engine and for processing port formalities.

Skipper should deliver a short briefing once the Charterer and his party will join the yacht, in which he explains the basic safety procedures and other issues of concern.

Charterer shall ensure that himself and all passengers aboard will at all times comply with all safety instructions as announced by the Skipper. If children are taken on board, the Charterer shall be fully responsible for their conduct and entertainment and no member of the crew shall be held responsible for their conduct or entertainment.


Hostess / Stewart obligations

Hostess / Steward does the daily shopping and prepares and serves each day breakfast and meal. Provisions and meals should meet the preferences of the clients, which should be declared in advance.

Hostess / Steward assists skipper in all his duties under his instructions and takes care of cleaning of the communal areas of the yacht.

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 at the departure base.

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.

For crewed yachts Charterer assumes full responsibility for all crew and materials into account, shall care for the yacht as his own and remain liable for damages that he or the rest of his crew may cause to the yacht, her equipment or inventory.

Skipper is responsible for all damages caused while sailing, motoring, anchoring, mooring and maneuvering the yacht on condition that such are attributed to his own acts or omissions either willful or negligent.


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 or middle week charter to be agreed.


Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) 

Is the standard system to pay your expenses on a crewed yacht charter.

The APA essentially creates a bank account for the Skipper (and chef) on the yacht to provision on your behalf.

APA is generally calculated as a percentage of the charter fee, which you pay in addition, before the charter commences. The captain will use this allowance to stock the boat and fuel up.

Any left-over money will be returned to the client, at the end of the charter.