What is a Bareboat Charter?

Friday, 09 November 2018 05:56
What is a Bareboat Charter? A bareboat charter is an arrangement for the chartering or renting a yacht whereby no crew or provisions are included as part of the agreement; instead, the people who rent the vessel are responsible for taking care of such things. A bareboat charter sailing vacation offers complete independence and freedom and is your chance to explore new cruising grounds at your own pace. Squeeze in as many overnight stops and daytime anchorages as you like, or take your time and make the most of every destination on your itinerary. On a bareboat charter vacation you have the freedom to discover the best sailing destinations on your own terms.This type of charter is targeted toward experienced sailors and semi-experienced sailors. So for renting a sailing yacht one of the crew must have a valid International Certificate of Competence (ASA and RYA equivalents may be easily converted in your home country). Bareboat sailing yachts are by far the most popular choice. Depending on the size you choose, these vessels can comfortably accommodate 2-12 people. With this option, you are still free to hire a skipper for the first anchorage until you are comfortable handling the boat yourself.…

What is Bareboat Sailing?

Thursday, 08 November 2018 05:40
What is Bareboat Sailing? Bareboat sailing vacation is your chance to explore new cruising grounds at your own pace. A bareboat charter yacht was originally termed "bareboat" because it only possessed the essentials onboard and had no crew. Bareboating basically means that it is up to the person hiring the boat to skipper it. Moreover the term "bareboat" refers to the fact that the yacht being chartered generally has no crew! Bareboats come in many different sizes and shapes: monohull sailing yachts, motor yachts, and even large catamaran yachts. Bareboats today are not really "bare." Bareboats now often come equipped with extensive luxuries, lots of water toys, snorkeling or diving equipment, and sometimes windsurfers. For those who love sailing holidays we invite you to visit our yachts for bareboat charter, choose the yacht that suites your needs and enjoy sailing in Greece as its best! Don't pass on sailing Halkidiki vacations, Northern Sporades - bareboat charter Kos - sailing e.t.c. You will find that bareboat sailing Greece an unforgettable experience. We are always ready to discuss your plans or specific needs and help you prepare your next sailing trip!

Choosing a Bareboat Charter Greece Holiday

Monday, 05 November 2018 06:34
Choosing a Bareboat Charter Greece Holiday Sun Yachting Greece is here to help you custom-design your bareboat Greece charter holiday or vacation. If you have come to Sun Yachting to book a sailing holiday, a bareboat vacation on sailing yacht or catamaran you have come to right yacht charter website. At Sun Yachting, our aim is to give you a range of choices and a selection of sailing yachts and catamarans involved in the bareboat and sailing holiday charter business. We will make sure you have all the necessary bareboat charter information about each bareboat charter location you are interested in so that you can make the most informed decision. It is our goal to give you as many options as possible when you choose your yacht and your yachting destinations. Before making your decision about which yacht charter holidays to choose from, keep in mind that your options are broader than you might have imagined! You have the option of mixing your time both onshore and afloat, or devoting most of your time on the sea. You may also opt for a skippered yacht or even have your yacht delivered to you! Some of these options are especially helpful…
Saronic Gulf The Saronic Gulf islands are among the favorite resorts near Athens. Each has its own character and color. Aegina, Angistri, Poros, Spetses, Hydra and the Peloponnesian coast offer smooth sailing sheltered from strong winds. The Meltemi does not blow like in the Dodecanese or the Cyclades and usually its strength is about 4-5. In the Hydra Gulf and Argolic Gulf, the wind is mostly from the South East, blowing force 3-5 dying down at night. Saronic Gulf Islands Aegina According to legend, Aegina was named after the daughter of Asopos. She was kidnapped by Zeus who brought her to the then, uninhabited island. There, they bore a son named Aiakos, who later became king of the island. The archeological record shows the island to have been inhabited since the Neolithic period and is thought to be the birthplace of the poet, Aristophanis.The works of Pausanios state that the temples of Aphrodite, Apollo, Artemis, Dionisos and Asklipios were located near the harbor. A pillar has been recovered from the temple of Apollo (Doric period - 6th century B.C.). It can be seen on the small picturesque hill named Kolonas. The most important archeological site is located on the east…
Crewed Sailing Holidays in Greece the pearl destination of the Mediterranean Greece (the pearl of the Mediterranean) is surrounded by the Ionian Sea (in the west) and the Aegean Sea (in the east) which are both part of the Mediterranean. It is the perfect destination for sailing holidays crewed or not. The deep blue water the sunny weather, the people’s hospitality, the delicious food, are all reasons for many people to spend their holidays in this lovely country every year. This paradise counts numerous isles and even the Greek themselves don’t know how many there actually are. All of them are unique in one way or the other and they put a spell on tourists with their splendid bays and extensive beaches. Greece holiday destinations Do you find it hard to choose from so many offers every year? We would like to introduce you to a completely different way of spending your holidays. What if we tell you that you do not have to choose? Would you like to go to that one favorite isle, which brings lovely memories to your mind? And would you also love to visit one of the other beautiful Greek isles? Put those two together…
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