Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, usually from 2 years onwards children adapt well to the boat. In addition, the boat is equipped with a nylon net to put around the pool to prevent children from falling into the water.

Share is excluded from the galley (including skipper), the fuel, the cost of the skipper (Payable at the base), the cleaning and any port charges.

The galley is normally done by the crew under the supervision of the skipper who has experience of galleys and suggests what to buy.
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All ports of embarkation and disembarkation shall be agreed with travelers before departure.
Italian citizens are not required any document, but it is always better to carry around an identity card.

The shipment will be made at around 18 on Saturday.

Departure is normally on the Friday evening but depends on the needs of the crew.

The landing is normally expected on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.

The route is established by the crew. Suggest the skipper of these goals and, if selected, will vary only according to the weather.

No. In fact, the primary purpose of the cruise is to teach his art of sailing.

Coastal shipping is of the type in stages starting in the morning, sailing (or motor if there is no wind) to reach the goal of the day and anchor for lunch, then again in the afternoon to reach the harbor or port spend night. The exact program of shipping will be defined for each day according to weather and sea conditions in the area and the needs of the crew.

Normally you prefer the sparse but you can stop in port to go to eat the fish in the local tavern or supplies of food, water, fuel, but depends on the needs of each crew.

The skipper is responsible for conducting and boat 's crew safety and, therefore,' well listen to his advice. His job does not include cooking and cleaning supplies, these tasks are usually reserved for guests in turn.

The skipper normally sleeps in the cabin that is "sitting" center of the boat. If there is a blank then the skipper cabin can sleep in the cabin.

The berth is a single bed, the car usually has two berths (beds) may be bunk or bed.

It is normally prohibited, but the owner may permit by paying a surcharge in the final cleaning.

Yes, the "youth of yesterday" fit up to 80 years with surprising enthusiasm to new rhythms of the boat.

The skipper will be very happy to give sailing lessons to the participants included the helmsman.

Waxed or anorak K-way rubber shoes with a white background, light and heavy fleece, cotton t-shirts, various swimwear, socks, gym suit, small towel, bathrobe, beach towel, hat with visor cotton single sheet and pillowcase, backpack or beach bag, sunglasses, mobile office, various medicines, camera, mask, fins. If the weight exceeds 10 kg of equipment means that you have brought too much stuff!

The gift for the skipper (some culinary specialty in your area that will be shared with the crew).

Heels and elegant clothes, air mattresses, boards and life vests swimming (there are on board), and scented creams too greasy (they are favored by bees and wasps).

Avoid absolutely bags and panniers (are difficult if not impossible to stow on board) unless they are small (like beauty case).

Yes, because Pantarei comes with permission to sport fishing.

Yes, the boat has two insurance policies: liability, known as RC, which covers damage that the boat might cause to third parties, and Crash, which covers any damage that the boat could be up to total loss.

The climate is dry heat, temperature min. 24C max 30C with very little precipitation. Boat but the humidity is felt, especially at night and then you also need to bring warm clothes.

Yes, the GSM coverage of the Greek islands is almost complete, so you can call during navigation.