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Terms & Conditions

Terms and Conditions


VAT 12% of the charter fee
Use of the boat and her equipment
Dinghy (some companies offer outboard for free)
 Bed linen, towels, and blankets, one set per cabin, per week
Cooking  gas
Support from our staff
Yachts marine insurance


Food Provisioning
Fuel, outboard gasoline, water
End cleaning, (E/C) EURO 150 – 300,  depending on the size of the yacht – Not applicable on fully crewed yachts
Internet Wi-fi router 20 GB, /week up to 10 users, EURO 90/week
Mooring fees except for the first and last night in port

Skipper : EURO 150 per day + 24% VAT, plus provisioning
 Cook : EURO 140 per day +24% VAT, plus provisioning
 ( The crew require their own cabin)
Safety net installed,  at EURO 200.-
Gennaker (upon request), EURO 30/day, plus a refundable security deposit of EURO 600.-
Paddleboard  EURO 150.-
Transfers from/to airports can be arranged upon request
Provisions – can be pre-ordered without any extra service fee. Request for our provisioning list form

A 50% of the total charter fee is required as down payment, to book the boat.
 The remaining balance of 50% of the charter fee is payable four weeks (4) prior to embarkation, preferably by bank transfer.



refundable security deposit is requested, at the commencement of the charter, (depending on the size of the boat  EURO 1500-4000, against the possibility of any loss, or accident,  equipment, or third party, or late redelivery of the boat.
 The amount is payable by credit card (visa or master)  and is refundable upon the completion of the charter.  


This option is offered only by some companies.Depending on the size of the boat, damage waiver cost is 30-60 euro  per day, (non-refundable), plus a refundable deposit EURO 500-600.-  and is refundable upon the completion of the charter.

Each company has its own policy

All  boats are insured against all risks arising from liability to third parties and damages to the hull, machinery, sea pollution liability and the equipment with a deductible  (excess), which corresponds to the agreed security damage deposit paid by the charterer.

Charter contract begins at 17:00 on the day of the charter and checkout is at 09:00 on the last day of the charter.
*Please note the yacht should be returned to the base a day before the end of the charter contract,  at 18:00 for check-out procedure, (refueling of the boat, diver inspection, check-out).

According to Greek law, the skipper must hold a valid sailing license in the English language, or translated in English.


The terms for refund in case of cancellation are specified in the Charter Party Agreement which is approved by the Hellenic Ministry of Merchant Marine. A general summary of the main cancellation policy is:

        (i)   Bookings cancelled between 120 & 60 days prior to embarkation: 30% of the total charter fee is charged.

        (ii)  Bookings cancelled between 60 & 30 days prior to embarkation: 50% of the total charter fee is charged.

        (iii)  Bookings cancelled less than 30 days prior to embarkation: 100% of total charter fee is charged.

If a cancelled yacht is rebooked under the same terms as the original booking, part or all the cancellation fee will be refunded.

Claims  are negotiable maximum within 14 days from the end of the charter provided that the client
contacts the base to mention the any problem during his charter. Otherwise no claim will be




A 50% of the total charter fee is required as down payment, to book the yacht. The rest 50% of the charter fee is payable one month prior to embarkation in form of Bank transfer or certified bank check.


The charter fee includes the charter of the yacht with all its equipment in working order, tools, stores, cleaning material and basic consumable stores for engine room, deck, cabins, etc., the crews wages, food and the insurance of the yacht for marine risk and third party claims and the crew for employer’s liability insurance .


The chatterer will be charged extra, at cost to the yacht, for all other expenses. These include fuel for the yacht, fuel for the ski-boats or other tenders, food for the chatterers, wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks for the chatterers, other consumable stores. Expenses outside Greek waters such as transit logs, berthing fees, or pilotage fees.


Once you have discussed with us the various types of yacht, locations and terms under which the yachts operate, we will be ready to firm-up your booking. This occurs in stages and is quick and relatively painless (except for the transfer of funds of course!). We will prepare and send you a Charter Agreement detailing the yacht, your chosen dates, location, cruising area and cost. Upon signing this Agreement the first payment, normally 50%, is due to the account shown on the Agreement. The Agreements are then sent by us to the Owners for their countersignature and a completed copy is returned to you for your retention. We will send you a detailed questionnaire requesting information on your travel arrangements, guest list, likes and dislikes, special requirements, etc. This information will be discussed with you in some detail to ensure we gather as much information as possible. This is then sent to the Captain so that he can pre-book any berths, order the right provisions and arrange the chef and crew to prepare that special birthday treat or other such celebration. The balance is normally due one month prior to embarkation in the form of bank transfer or certified Bank check. In addition to the balance any extras such as provisioning and advance payment of 4hrs fuel per day for the number of charter days must be completed at the time of embarkation, Any differences will be settled at the end of the charter.