FAQ

We are always on hand to answer any questions but below are some of the most popular ones that might just help you out!

How much is my boat worth?

This is one of our most popular questions and it depends on a lot of factors

Condition of the boat

History, has it been damaged or an ex charter boat

The state of repair and service history eg, has it just had the rigging replaced and new sails

The market and the time of year

Plus plenty more..

We can help you determine the value of your boat, we have access to historical market info on how much boats have sold for and also our own knowledge of the local market. To find out more get in touch and we can talk you through the appraisal process.

How do I book a viewing?

This one is very easy!

Just drop us a line on email or phone and we can get you booked in ASAP

Can you help us with local contacts?

Yes of course! We have a huge network of local contacts from boat repairs to the best place to get a cold beer, having spent the last few year in this area we know most places and people to get things done!

Part of our service means we are always on hand to help out with some friendly recommendations and ideas on how to get things done.

How much does it cost to sell my boat?

This all depends on the type and value of boat and exactly what you would like us to do for you but our fee’s start from just 5% which is very competitive. We dont think we can be beaten on value so get in touch!

Do I need a licence to sail in Greece?

Yes you do! Even if you dont require one in your home country Greek authorities now require all skippers to hold the equivalent of an ICC.

If your unsure just drop us a line and we will point you in the right direction and we know some great local sailing schools that can help out.

What if I don't like sailing in Greece?

We would be very surprised if you don’t like sailing in Greece and especially the Ionian, it is one of the best cruising grounds in there world!

A great way to “try before you buy” is to book a charter holiday, there are many different charter companies operating in Greece and we are happy to make some recommendations.

Is stern to mooring difficult?

Once you get the knack of it stern to mooring is very simple but it can be a bit daunting to start with just like anything new. If there are any areas of sailing in Greece your not confident with we can recommend you a great skipper to take you out for the day to show you the ropes and get you started.

What is Greek Cruising Tax?

This is something introduced very recently and has to be paid every month for the months you use your boat. In most cases and especially if your boat is under 12m it is quite cheap around 30 euros a month. Check out this site which has more information https://www.noonsite.com/news/greece-tepai-new-cruising-tax-official-information/