Build in 2008 and eqquiped with all necessary for 10-12 guest. Amazing layout with 5 cabins and 3 WC/showers, extremely large cockpit, bowthruster and lots of extras.
Our most recent acquisition.
New solar panels 2021, new Batteries 2020
Ioanni Polixiggi 52, Iraklio 713 06, Grecia
What qualifications do I need to charter a bareboat sailing yacht?
To do that in Greece the skipper has to provide a valid sailing certificate proving his/her competence. There are some countries that do not issue sailing certificates. In any case, there is a requirement to present a reference from your yacht club verifying your ability to sail or a sailing resume or anything that help us understand your sailing level experience. The co-skipper will be asked to complete and sign an official self-declaration form, stating their sailing competence. Charter companies and/or owners and fleet operators hold the right to test your sailing abilities before charter.
Which days of the week can I begin and end my charter?
We offer flexibility concerning our check-in/out days. You can book your charter at any day of the week for as long as you wish.
What is the schedule of the charter?
Most of the charters begin around 17:00 on the day of departure and typically end at 09:00 on the day of arrival. Of course there is flexibility and depends on previous arrangements.
Are there any additional charges?
The following additional charges may apply:
• Boarding pack: depends on the size of the yacht and covers the expenses for final cleaning, bed linen and towels (one set per person per week), extra fuel for outboard and gas etc.
• Refundable security deposit
• Fuel - The yacht should be delivered topped up with fuel.
• Port or Marina fees - This is a daily-base fee, which applies to almost all ports in Greece with varied costs.
Optional - Any optional extras that you might have specifically requested.
Any other information?
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