Yacht charter booking procedure & confirmation:
If you have a total budget or a budget per person, we can direct you more easily. Upon receiving your final decision on boat choice, fixed dates and final rental cost, we will check the availability so we will put a hold on your dates & yacht for you. To secure a hold date, it is required an initial deposit.
A hold means that we will hold your dates and yacht choice for the next 3-5 working days, in order to confirm your rental by an initial deposit. Deposit amounts vary from yacht to yacht and depending of early or late booking date ((35% - 100%).
Balances must be settled in total 30 days prior embarkation date. An amount of
euro 500-1000 can be settled upon embarkation by cash only. It is very easy to recover cash from your bank account, through ATM machines of Greek banks. Back on top
Booking and Charter-Party Agreement:
In order to complete the yacht rental, a charter party needs to be signed between the contracting parties. All yacht rentals in Greece are based on a standard charter-party (official document in 5 copies). The charter-party will be signed after the charter is booked.
In order to complete the charter-party it is requested: full name, postal address, nationality and a copy of ID card of the Charterer. We also will need copy of a document proving his/her sailing experience. The amount of yacht chartering is shown only on the charter party. All extra charter costs (fuel, skipper, outboard, end cleaning, etc) can be reported as options only, otherwise they will incur additional tax.
Refundable security deposit:
For all bareboat rentals a guarantee deposit of 1000-3000€ (accordingly the size and model of yacht) is requested upon the delivery by credit card (or by cash). This deposit will be refunded in total when the boat will be redelivered back in the same excellent condition it was at the departure. For a bareboat skippered yacht, sometimes the deposit is not requested or it is reduced.
Most of times 'extras' are not including in the prices like: end
cleaning, outboard, spinnaker, etc. However some essentials like your
consumables (port fee, fuel, ice cubes, tickets, etc) should be provided as
All suggested vessels are insured against: Third party liability,
sea pollution and serious damages to the hull, machinery and equipment.
We advise an extra personal insurance for the duration of your charter.
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