All catamarans below are fully equipped and licensed for bareboat, skippered and crewed yacht charters in Greece.
In the case of bareboat charter, according to the Greek Authorities, it is obligatory to have a minimum one sailing license and one experienced crew member, i.e. co-skipper for bareboat charters.
Official Certifications include the ASA, The NauticEd SLC (Sailing License and Certification) & RYA Certifications.
The Day Skipper Certificates may not be accepted by the Port Authority. Hence, Charterers are strongly advised to certify they have at their disposal an International Certificate of Competence (ICC). It is feasible for any possessor of the “Day Skipper” certificate to obtain their ICC from the yachting association that issued their Day Skipper certificate.
The respective procedure usually includes only the submission of a simple application. We recommend you to get in contact with your yachting association on time before your trip, taking into consideration that usually 20 days are needed for the certificates’ issuance.
Furthermore, the local Port Authorities may require a sailing experience declaration on behalf of the skipper and co-skipper. In case the skipper’s certification is not accepted by the Port Authority, Broker, Stakeholder, and Owner shall not be responsible. Therefore, if the skipper’s sailing skills and qualifications do not meet the necessary criteria and deemed to be insufficient, ANYACHTING reserves the right to require that charterers hire a professional skipper.
In the case of crewed charter, all catamarans have their experienced charter crew that will personally tend to you and your guests’ every need.