Sailing yacht charter rates

Exploring Greece by sailboat offers an incredible value – we strongly believe that chartering a sailing yacht gives you the most value of any holiday

This is because on a sailboat you actually get a hotel room or little villa that moves around to where you want to be.  You get the absolute freedom and privacy, while not being charged for daily conveniences such renting snorkeling equipment, day-trips to different swimming spots, ferry transfer costs in between the island .

 

You simply sail there!

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Price list 2021 – rates per sailboat

 

To obtain the costs per person all you need to do is divide the rates below at the number of persons in your group. For example, if you are a group of 6 persons sailing in May – the 4880 euro per boat is the equivalent of 813 euro per persons for a full week on board. That’s only 116 euro per day for you to enjoy your private boat

14 days
prices per
skippered yacht
Season A
12 July - 22 August
Season B
24 May - 11 July &
23 August - 20 September
Season C
29 March - 23 May &
21 September - 18 October
Season D
19 October - 28 March
Party of 2- 47550689049303540
Party of 5- 89670889064404860
Party of 9 - 10122201128084606450
7 days
prices per
skippered yacht
Season A
12 July - 22 August
Season B
24 May - 11 July &
23 August - 20 September
Season C
29 March - 23 May &
21 September - 18 October
Season D
19 October - 28 March
Party of 2- 43900357025901670
Party of 5- 84990460034202310
Party of 9 - 106300583044103080
6 days
prices per
skippered yacht
Season A
12 July - 22 August
Season B
24 May - 11 July &
23 August - 20 September
Season C
29 March - 23 May &
21 September - 18 October
Season D
19 October -28 March
Party of 2- 43640336024101570
Party of 5- 84640430031602150
Party of 9 - 105830542040502840
5 days
prices per
skippered yacht
Season A
12 July - 22 August
Season B
24 May - 11 July &
23 August - 20 September
Season C
29 March - 23 May &
21 September - 18 October
Season D
19 October -28 March
Party of 2- 43240296021701470
Party of 5- 84110378028301990
Party of 9 - 105160475036102600
4 days
prices per
skippered yacht
Season A
12 July - 22 August
Season B
24 May - 11 July &
23 August - 20 September
Season C
29 March - 23 May &
21 September - 18 October
Season D
19 October -28 March
Party of 2- 42730251018401280
Party of 5- 83460319023801710
Party of 9 - 104320400030302230
3 days
prices per
skippered yacht
Season A
12 July - 22 August
Season B
24 May - 11 July &
23 August - 20 September
Season C
29 March - 23 May &
21 September - 18 October
Season D
19 October -28 March
Party of 2- 42140197014301020
Party of 5- 82700250018601360
Party of 9 - 103370313023601760
2 days
prices per
skippered yacht
Season A
12 July - 22 August
Season B
24 May - 11 July &
23 August - 20 September
Season C
29 March - 23 May &
21 September - 18 October
Season D
19 October -28 March
Party of 2- 4149014001000720
Party of 5- 8188017601290960
Party of 9 - 102340220016401240

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Included


waterInitial water (12 bottles)
accomodationAccomodation on the sailboat
Snorkeling equipmentSnorkeling equipment (mask +snorkel)
6 water noodles
Linen and towelsLinen and towels ( 1 set/week)
TaxesTaxes / VAT

Extra / Specials


SUP

Use of paddle board 150euro/week FREE

skipper

"All boat expenses included" bundle . The package deal that will make it simple to budget for your sailing holiday. A fixed charge including ALL extra costs associated with chartering a sailing yacht - No hidden charges.

  • - Professional SKIPPER
  • - FUEL
  • - Harbor / docking fees
  • - Final cleaning at the end of the cruise

240 euro / day. This charge is per boat - NOT per person - thus is shared in between the persons in your group.

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We made this a worry-free sailing holiday. You only pay the yacht charter price and the fixed charge prior your sail day, and that’s all!

Surfing the web and checking different yacht vacation options, for sure you have seen that renting a yacht has many similarities to renting a car. You have the yacht renting price paid to the charter company and as you go you cover all the other aspects and costs involved . Quite similar with a car – gas, toll rates, parking fees etc.

 

Renting a yacht is shaped in a similar way, which is very important when you want to budget your sailing holiday. With the majority of the charter companies, what you have to do is to add on top of your charter rate all the other expenses as they will appear during your sailing holiday in Greece. What make this approach inconvenient is that the total and final price of extras for a yacht is un-known until you are actually on board as it depends on many factors ( destinations, wind condition, etc).

 

Except the skipper charge ( which for most cases is around 160 euro/day), ALL the other extras charges vary on several details. Like the mooring fees for each night; they can range from 50 euro/night to under 10 euro or even 0 at some places. .. An even more important aspect is the fuel: how many liters of fuel will be consumed, is determined on how many hours the engine will be running each day. More specific, the fuel costs depend on the wind conditions and the distance you need to cover for the itinerary you prefer. You may ask yourself, “why are we talking about fuel, when we will sail?”. For a better understanding of this, please read the paragraph marked with **

 

This is why, in order to avoid all this hassle and worries, we have introduced the “All boat expenses included” bundle . This package deal includes all extras that apply when chartering a sailboat throughout your holiday. This means that everything from fuel to skipper payment, harbor fees and even the final cleaning are included in this bundle to guarantee you a hassle free holiday. You simply have a fixed charge of 240 euro/day/boat, not per person, split in between all the persons in your group prior to your sail day and that’s all! No expense account open, no hidden charges – no trouble.

 

** How much fuel will we use ?” In order to answer this question we would need to know not only how far you are planning to go ( what itinerary) but also the exact weather in the area .

For an easier understanding, let’s assume a sail from Mykonos to Paros that are 28 nautical miles apart.

 

  • – If the wind is favorable, a sailboat can cover the distance only under sail power. Assuming a convenient wind speed of 11-13 knots or more, a sailboat sails with a good speed around 6-7 miles/hour. So, if there is a proper breeze, you would be getting to the destination in around 4 hours ( 28 miles distance/7 knots speed).
  • – But the winds can sometimes be too weak or blowing from an unfavorable direction. In this case, the traveling speed of a sailboat powered by sails can drop remarkably – even as low as a couple of miles/hour. So, if you attempt to save fuel and just travel on wind power, you would be covering the same distance in 9-10 hours instead of 4. This leaves no time for swimming or enjoying the island you are heading to. In this case, the engine is what saves the situation – powering the boat to go up to the regular speed of 7 knots, thus arriving at the destination you wish, when it was planned and at an appropriate time. The moment travelers understand they want to fit in each day not only the traveling time but also several other activities ( a stop for a swim, a few hours for visiting the destination they reach, dinner, shopping, etc ) – the above aspect becomes particularly important.
  • – Having an average of 4 hours travel time, will give you the possibility to mix all these in a single day. But not if you attempt to move only at the mercy of wind .

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