Frequently Asked Questions

Tour Info



Tour Info

Please email us, or fill out the contact form on our website, and we will be more than happy to send you further details about the trip you wish to book.

  • wake up on the boat
  • bakery and market visit
  • breakfast
  • sightseeing
  • usually departing around 10:00AM
  • sailing for a few hours
  • swimming in the bay, bathing, sunbathing
  • mooring in the early evening
  • preparing dinner on board with your shipmates or try local cuisine in a restaurant
  • exploring the destination of the day – a lovely fishing village or a cheerful town
  • watching the sunset with a glass of wine
  • stargazing laying on the deck

Our tours are mainly organized for smaller groups of 6-8 people.
The best if you gather your friends and family members, the people you would love spending your precious vacation time with, and get a full yacht for yourselves. 

If you are a larger group thinking of going on a sailing adventure, contact us so we can offer the best solution for you. 

Of course, you can book your spot travelling alone. This means that you’ll be assigned to a 2 person cabin with someone else who has also booked solo. 

This opportunity is only available on some of our trips.

Alternatively, you are welcome to book a double cabin, however the full price for 2 people would have to be paid so it may work out a little expensive.

Rent of the boat, skipper’s fee, a customized itinerary, accommodation for the duration of the trip, linen, towels and final cleaning, the rent of the dinghy with outboard, and the additional costs related to boating (for example: fuel charges, port fees).

*What’s included might change depending on destination.

Cost of the food and beverages, eating out, travel and optional programs, extra activities, the rental of extra equipment (for example: scooter and bike rental, national parks tickets).

The sailing yacht will also serve as your accommodation for the duration of the trip, usually with 3 or 4 cabins and with two or three bathrooms.

The kitchen of the floating apartment is fully equipped, along with a refrigerator and storage space, you will find all the kitchen utensils you may need on board.

Normally we will greet you in the base marina on Saturdays around 12:00PM, and we plan to sail out in the late afternoon.

We will return to the base port on the following Friday at latest by 6:00AM, but we always try to prolong the holiday only returning the boat on Saturday early morning before 8:00AM.

The sailing route and daily programs will be discussed with the skipper in accordance with the weather conditions and the wishes of the passengers.

The itinerary is subject to change as changes in weather and other external factors are out of our control.

The fridge on a yacht is just a small one that sits under the counter, so don’t buy too many fresh things such as meat, cheese and milk on the first day. You can always top up along the way.

The yacht will have a good amount of storage for food/drink which does not need to be kept chilled, for example under the floorboards and in the walls.

The cost of a sailing trip does not include food or beverage, however upon the wish of the guests we can prepare tasty local dishes for a previously agreed price.

As the small shops on the islands are expensive and have limited offer, we recommend you to stock up at the beginning of the week before you set sail. Generally, there is a supermarket at walking distance or only a few minute taxi ride from the marina.

All harbours and marinas have parking facilities. You should check what kind of parking they provide beforehand.

There are shower heads in most bathrooms, which you pull out from the hand basin, and fix to a bracket on the wall above to form a shower. In addition, there is a shower hose outside in the cockpit, which some guests find more comfortable to shower with using swimwear.

During peak season the water is calm and on most days, you won’t even feel the swell. For days when it is slightly windier, we recommend packing anti-motion sickness medication.
However, we think the best solution is to try not to spend extended periods of time below deck and get a lot of fresh air, focus on other things, maybe try to steer the boat or just divert your thoughts, keep your eyes on the horizon. Eat fresh foods and avoid sickly, fatty meals.

There is only limited access to Wi-Fi on board, but you can always find availability on the shore across all of our destinations at the many restaurants and bars.

All yachts are equipped with European sockets and power is available onboard the yacht whenever you are connected to shore power. All other times, you should be able to charge your devices through a 12V USB socket.


Fortunately, our tours get fully booked months before departure, so if you already know the destination and selected dates, you should contact us as soon as possible. 

Great idea!
We organize family sailings where kids have a wonderful time, so you don’t want to leave them out from this experience. It’s even better if you invite another family to share the yacht with, so the little ones have their own company.

We can provide safety netting (at extra charge) by prior arrangement on certain yachts. 

The less you pack, the more room on board and in your cabin, making for a more comfortable sailing holiday, as the storage space on the yachts is limited so we recommend packing in a small (cabin sized) soft bag.

Don’t forget to bring:

  • valid travel documents
  • money
  • medication needed
  • sunglasses
  • suntan lotion
  • cap/hat
  • wind jacket
  • reusable water bottle
  • During springtime and fall it’s good to have some warm clothes (sweater, long pants)
  • In the summer you will only need light clothing, swimming gear, beach towel, maybe a sweater for the evenings.
  • Regardless of the season bring an UV (sun)protection long sleeve shirt or a lightweight cotton top, a 
    waterproof windbreaker or rainwear, non-slip sneakers or deck shoes with non-marking soles.

A portable, 12V USB charger is worth bringing, as 220V is only connected to shore power and is available in ports.

Most yachts have the possibility to connect your phone to the sound system via an AUX cable. If you bring your favorite music, be sure to pack an AUX cable as well.
  • hairdryer and other gadgets you can use only with shore power 
  • umbrella
  • sunchair
  • tennis racket
  • 32l hard-cased, wheelie suitcases
  • deck cushion

Towels and sheets will be provided for each crew member on the yacht. 

You’ll get one towel per person, so we recommend that you each bring an extra towel so that you have one as a beach towel and one as a shower towel.

It is your responsibility to have valid travel documents. You must ensure that you have a valid passport and any necessary visas to enter any country you are visiting, including transit stops, prior to your departure. We do not accept any responsibility if you cannot travel because you have not complied with these requirements.

Travel insurance is not included in the price of the trip, while it is always recommended, as it will cover in case of lost or damaged items or injury. Please check the providers for the best deals.

We are animal lovers, however, the keeping of pets (dogs, cats, birds and similar) on the yacht is not allowed, unless a previous agreement was reached in that regard.

Payments / Cancellations

You can secure your booking by paying 50% of the registration fee in advance, the remaining balance will be due 45 days prior to the departure date.

All payments have to be made in EUR by bank transfer. We will give further details in your booking confirmation.

Spending money, extra activities and excursions, food and drinks are not included.

In case you choose to cancel your booking, please inform us immediately via email. Whilst we understand that circumstances change, any payment received from you triggers our obligations with the charter companies; as a result, any cancellation by you will incur a cancellation charge.

The minimum charge will be calculated based on the period of time between the date of cancellation and the departure date as follows:

0% of charter fee will be retained for cancellation within the first 24 hours of booking.
30% of charter fee will be retained for cancellation up to 2 (two) months before the charter starting date.
50% of charter fee will be retained for cancellation up to 1 (one) month before the charter starting date.
100% of charter fee will be retained for cancellation less than one month before the charter starting date.

If the cancellation is due to objective reasons (death of a family member, heavy injury, war or other) the accepted deposit shall not be paid back, but the charteree shall give the yacht to the charterer at his disposal for another free period of time or within another season.

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