Under Greek law, two national sailing licenses are required. For those holding a foreign license, usually titled as ‘license for offshore sailing’, we review and ensure the document is applicable under Greek law, along with an official declaration of basic yacht knowledge, which is signed and dated during check-in.
If the qualifications are not applicable, yacht charter is still possible under one of our own skippers.
Standard equipment on all of our yachts includes GPS with chart plotter, tridata, port guide, current sea charts, bimini, spray hood, motor dinghy, bow thruster, stereo/MP3 with speakers both inside and outside. Safety on board is our priority and our boats have life jackets, safety harnesses, fire extinguishers, EPIRB, first aid and tool box – everything you need to be safe! Each of our yachts has air conditioning with its own generator, as well as a motor dinghy, deck shower, and swimming platform. Our newer yachts have solar panels also, for economical and green energy provision.
If you have any problems, call us on the phone we provide you, and we will assist you (we will give you more details about this at the check-in). Moreover, we also have the best organized and rigorous winter servicing so our yachts are kept in the optimal condition.
All yachts have at least one toilet coupled with a septic tank, shower in the cockpit, showers in the bathrooms, and a fully-equipped kitchen for the crew, including gas oven, fridge, deep freezer and oven.
The yacht charter includes bed linen, two towels per person, tea towels, dinghy with an outboard engine, LPG and fuel for the outboard engine. If you require any special equipment on board, please send us an email.