Charter Rates are quoted per week for the hire of the yacht. A charter period less than one week may be considered, depending on the time of the season.
Charters over seven days are calculated pro-rata against the weekly rate divided by seven and multiplied by the number of days.
High season rates apply to the most popular charter periods of July and August Lowor mid season rates apply to all other periods.
Delivery / Redelivery fees may be applied to charters that require the yacht to start or finish your charter away from the yacht’s home port!
Value Added Tax (VAT): Most yachts are commercially registered, therefore tax exempt. Some charter rates will be subject to varying rates of VAT within European Community (EC) waters and in some countries outside the EC. Please ask us for the latest tax situation for your chosen cruising area and yacht.
Insurance: It is advisable to take out Cancellation and Curtailment insurance to protect your investment if unforeseen circumstances prevent or curtail their charter. In addition, all members of the charter party should consider Medical and Personal insurance which is not included within the charter fee.
Smoking on board: For safety reasons, notably the prevention of fire, smoking is not permitted inside the yachts. Smoking is only permitted on the open deck areas. This policy varies from one yacht to another. Therefore please consult us for verification and individual restrictions.
Water sports: The majority of yachts carry variety of water sports equipment. The list for the yacht is believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed as they are liable to change at short notice. It is important to us to be sure that you can enjoy all the provided equipment with maximum safety for you and those around you. Use of water craft (jet-skis, wave runners, etc…) may be restricted in certain cruising areas due to local legislation and guests will require an appropriate licence. With regard to independent scuba diving, charterers must note that in the East Mediterranean, especially in Turkey and Greece severe control has been taken in order to prevent underwater antiquities being removed. All scuba diving must be under the supervision of local and licensed diving instructors.