Check-in and check-out is on Saturdays. Check-in is from 3pm until 5pm when boarding starts. Check-out and debarkation is no later than 9 am. The yachts need to be back in their marinas on Friday evening.
No, it’s not possible to book a cabin or a yacht for less than 7 days. You can join later and/or leave earlier but you would still be required to cover the price of a full week. Please keep in mind that you will need to cover the transportation costs to and from the yacht yourself.
We’ve been organising sailing events since 1997. In the past, it used to be competitive regattas with a party and fashion show on land. We realized that people want to combine swimming, sun, parties, sailing and they want to enjoy the beauty of the islands. In 2009 we started organising Yacht weeks.
Most of our guests were first time sailors and loved it! Sailing is an amazing experience. We only sail for a few hours each day, so you have the option to relax and party on the boat or check out the shore stop location every day.
It is up to you if you’d like to relax on the boat, learn how to sail, or explore and party on the islands.
You will be required to prepare your own food and clean up after yourself. Don’t worry – you are not alone on the yacht and everyone may choose to rotate duties. Keep in mind that the skipper is also a part of the crew. Don’t forget to prepare a meal for him/her as well!
Each yacht has an indoor and outdoor common area (saloon). They are compact but comfortable, although they are not especially spacious inside. There is a full kitchen and dining area on each yacht, as well as refrigeration, electricity, speakers, and other amenities.
The cabin rooms are shared. Most yacht cabins have a double bed which will hold two people. Others have bunk beds. The cabins have small cupboards and closets for clothes. There are bathrooms and showers on all yachts.
Please keep in mind that sailing yachts are not luxury hotels. If you have ever traveled in camping van, it is a similar experience…just on the water!
We sail for between 2-4 hours every day. The islands are relatively close together and you will never be sailing in the open sea out of sight of land.
When we are not sailing, what you do is up to you! You can stay on the yacht or explore the islands. All of the yachts will travel together, which gives plenty of opportunities for combined social activities and regattas.
Sea sickness is something that can be managed. Skippers carry nausea/seasick prevention tablets. If you are feeling unwell, let the skipper know and he/she will look after you.
Please note that avoiding acidic foods and drinks and not missing sleep can help prevent seasickness. If you know that you are prone to seasickness, you can prepare for your trip by checking out this website.
The 220V European outlets can be used only when the boat is docked in marina and connected to power from the shore or when the boat is running its engine. In other cases you can bring a car charger adapter with you as there is a 12V outlet also available on the boat.
Yes, there’s a small fridge with limited space on each yacht. Be careful not to buy easily spoiled food in bulk (i.e. meat, cheese, milk). Rather complement your food supplies with such food along the way.
Your skipper and/or hostess will be able to tell you everything about your port of call. What we propose is, that once on land, you explore as much as possible and the best way to do that is to rent a scooter, a bike, a car or even a jet-ski. If you want to go for guided tours please ask your skipper and/or hostess for assistance.