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09-24-2009 05:09 AM
elizabethwang1987
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really? sorry, i didnt thought about that.,thank you for reminding. i was really planning to have a backpacking trip but not on the boat. so what options i could have if i am going backpacking?
thanks a lot.
09-23-2009 05:16 PM
chrondi Dear Elizabeth,
are you seeking advice about spending one or two weeks on a sailing boat going around the Cyclades group of islands? Are you really interested in chartering such a boat? This is definitely not an activity for backpackers!
08-24-2009 08:35 AM
elizabethwang1987
hey, i think i need some help

currently, i am a college student in the US, i want to go on a backpacking trip by myself for 1 week after graduation next year.
i was wondering how much it might cost because my school year will end at the last day of april, so i want to begin my saving plan now.
also , i was wondering how much it might cost for not staying in the hotel since i dont really care about what to eating ,so i think i can cut that part off. and also ,i have already read a lot of tour guide ,so i am very sure i will be head to the cyclades as soon as i get there.
so ,please give me advice.
thank you !
03-17-2006 01:42 PM
Agent Nina I have been reading quetions about sailing in Greece,that can easily be answered by a patient reader of the official CONTRACT...

The whole text is available in every Greek charter company's site..
Any more questions?
02-02-2005 09:34 AM
sailmaster25
Greece (Athens) One Week

I have been reading all the threads about greece with great interest. I also went around the London boat show and Dusseldorf boat show getting quotes for a skippered bear boat charter. I have to say that I am amazed, trepident and terrified about the whole thing. How can chartering a yacht for a 2 wk holiday be so complicated ?
I am like every one else here, limited sailing experience, want a good time and not to get ripped off...
Question here:- Is it normal for the charter party to pay for a hired capttains food and drink ? And why when he is paid 130-150 euro a day, (depends it seems who you talk too).
I even had one company ''Captain Nikos.com'' tell my wife it was required to tip the captain also!!!
Will some one tell us the truth about Greek bareboat skippers? what are there qualifications? Can they speak english? why do we as charterers pay for food and drink? Why do they get 130-150 euro a day when a Captain in the carribean gets 100-120 dollars?
Any one care to comment PLEASE..
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02-02-2005 08:45 AM
avournas
Greece (Athens) One Week

eph05

Since your question is covered extensively by other members, I will only stick on two points:
There is no liability for the charterer (other than the refundable deposit of course) in the case of a damage/accident. You may well sink the vessel and the only you will loose is your deposit, and
You may view itineraries for your chosen area here:
http://www.almiyachts.com/Bareboat/Itineraries/itineraries.html

Here''s to a succesful trip
ALex
02-02-2005 08:37 AM
avournas
Greece (Athens) One Week

eph05

Since your question is covered extensively by other members, I will only stick on two points:
There is no liability for the charterer (other than the refundable deposit of course) in the case of a damage/accident. You may well sink the vessel and the only you will loose is your deposit, and
You may view itineraries for your chosen area here:
http://www.almiyachts.com/Bareboat/Itineraries/itineraries.html

Here''s to a succesful trip
ALex
12-17-2004 09:18 PM
sailmaster25
Greece (Athens) One Week

He also has some of the greatest charts and pilot guides of the area, way better than any Imray chart of Greece
12-17-2004 02:30 PM
chrondi
Greece (Athens) One Week

Without challenging the knowledge and authority of "sailingissues" Dutch webmanager M. D. Willemsen, I think that the most complete and reliable source of information in the Net about these sailing grounds (including any conceivable itinerary) are the logbooks of a retired Greek-American scientist named Vassilis Riginos, found in the following address:
http://www.sy-thetis.org/
12-16-2004 04:49 PM
markcash
Greece (Athens) One Week

Do not plan a sailing trip in the Greek Isles without first visiting this website..http://www.sailingissues.com/

It has several suggested itineraries and gives you the pro''s and con''s of sailing in the different areas. I found it to be most helpful.

check out the free online navigation course also, this guy has really done a great job.
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