UK Direct Line
UK Land Line
For correct charter documents for the Greek authorities, we need the following personal data of each participant of the cruise:
Experience and Qualification
According to Greek legislation, two skippers must be on board for the safety of the crew and the boat.
One of the skippers must have a sailing license or certificate that proves his skills. Don't forget to bring your original sailing license with you, it has to be presented to the Greek authorities to start the charter.
If the second skipper does not have such a license he can make a written statutory declaration to attest his sailing skills.
Documents required for the Greek authorities
At least 3 days before charter begin we need:
All participants of the cruise must have valid passports or ID-Cards (for EU members only) and valid visas were required.
Passengers will not be permitted to sail without proper documentation.
No refund of cruise fare will be given to any passenger failing to bring such documentation.
Embarkation / Disembarkation
In general, yacht charter commence and end on Saturday:
A refundable security deposit is required on embarkation and must be paid in cash or by credit card (VISA or MASTERCARD).
This deposit is refunded on return of the boat in case of no accident or damage.
The security deposit varies according yacht size and will be between 1000 and 3000 euros.
Cancellation fees are calculated according to the period between the date of cancellation and departure date as follows:
a) 30% of the deposit is retained for reservations canceled more than 98 days before departure
b) 50% of the deposit is retained for reservations canceled 45-98 days before departure
c) 100% of the deposit is retained for reservations canceled less than 45 days before departure
In the unlikely event that you have any reason to complain or experience any problems, you must immediately inform the office of GRsailing, our associate in Greece.
We cannot accept any complaints that were not reported during the cruise.
According to Greek law, all boats are fully insured (liability insurance):
You are covered for damages to other boats caused by you and the passengers.
You are covered for damage to your own boat and crew.