Charter the "Poseidon" Bavaria 50 Cruiser in Alimos

Cruising Monohull
50 ft
10 Guests

About This Boat

Enjoy a day sailing the Athens Sea by boat! Charter the 50ft "Poseidon" Sailing Yacht for up to 10 people. Rates as low as €2300 per week.


• January 1, 2017 to May 19, 2017: €2300
• May 20, 2017 to June 16, 2017: €3200
• June 17, 2017 to July 28, 2017: €3600
• July 29, 2017 to August 18, 2017: €4300
• August 19, 2017 to September 22, 2017: €3600
• September 23, 2017 to October 06, 2017: €3200
• October 07, 2017 to December 31, 2017: €2300

Rates subject to change without prior notice.

Charter fees include

• Yacht
• Yacht’s Insurance
• Dinghy with o/b Engine

Not included in the rates

• Fuel
• Port Fees
• Private Marin Fees (if applicable)
• Water Supply
• Food & Drinks

What To Expect Onboard:

Poseidon is 50ft long Bavaria 50 Cruiser Sailing yacht with 75 hp engine. This yacht has 5 spacious cabins and 3 WC that can accommodate up to 10 people.


• Yacht Type: Sailing yacht
• Yacht Builder: Bavaria Yachtbau, Bavaria 50 Cruiser
• Boat Name: Poseidon
• Built Year: 2007
• Length: 15.57m
• Beam: 4.47 m
• Draft: 2.1 m
• Cabins: 5
• Berths: 10
• WC: 4
• Main Sail: Furling/roll
• Main Sail Renewed: 2015
• Genoa: Furling/roll
• Genoa Renewed: 2014
• Steering: Steering Wheel
• Engine: 100 hp
• Base: Athens - Marina Alimos (Kalamaki), Saronic Gulf - Greece

Standard Equipment included in the rates

• Gangway
• Binoculars
• Torch
• Outside speakers
• Divider, nautic chart
• Life jackets
• Bosun's chair (Safe seat) (boatswain's chair)
• Clock
• Electric anchor windlass
• Echosounder/Depthsounder
• Deck brush
• Compass
• Spare anchor (Reserve, Auxiliary anchor)
• Outboard engine
• Bilge pump handle
• Mooring ropes
• Boat hook
• Battery charger
• Fuel funnel
• Dinghy (byboat) pump
• Fog horn
• Distress flare box
• Winch handles
• Swimming ladder
• Dinghy
• VHF radio
• Cockpit table
• Fire extinguisher
• Liferaft
• Horseshoe lifebuoy
• Floating light
• Hand-held compass
• Fenders
• Bow thruster
• Black ball
• Wind instrument/Anemometer
• Life belts (Safety harness)
• Anchor with chain
• Bilge pump - mechanic
• Parallel ruler
• Shore connection 220 V
• Speedometer (Speed log)
• Depthsounder
• Cockpit/stern, outside shower
• Radio CD player
• First aid kit
• Plastic bucket
• Gas bottles
• Canister for water
• GPS chart plotter
• Barometer
• Autopilot
• Cockpit cushions
• Log
• Oars (Paddles)
• Radar reflector
• Indoor speakers
• Jerry cans for diesel
• Bimini top
• Sprayhood

Additional Services:

Additional equipment (on demand)

• Windsurf €250 per week
• Kayak €140 per week
• Life jacket (children) €30 per person
• Stand up paddle (SUP) €140 per week
• Beach towels €10 per set
• Railing net (Safety net) €200 per booking
• Extra bedlinen €10 per set
• Blister €200 per week
• Spinnaker €200 per week
• Gennaker €200 per week

Additional Services (on demand)

• Internet pack 3GB: €30 per week

Additional services (obligatory)

Charter package outboard engine, welcome kit, final cleaning, bed sheets & towels (one set per person), first fill for outboard engine, spare bottle of gas
€90 per booking.


  • Type: Cruising Monohull
  • Capacity: 10 People
  • Year: 2008
  • Rental Minimum: 7 days
  • Length: 50 ft

Rental Requirements

Services for Bare Boat Charter


We would be more then happy to help you find suitable flights, for your vacations in Greece. Don’t hesitate to contact us.


You can take a taxi from the airport, or for Athens the airport bus X96 that will take you outside of the Marina of Alimos. Otherwise we can arrange a pick up at the airport. In this case you’ll have to let us know on time.

Hotel Accommodation

If needed we can arrange for you hotel accommodation before and/or after your charter, almost anywhere in Greece.

Car Rental

We can make all the necessary arrangements if you wish to rent a car or even a motorbike anywhere in Greece.

Yacht Provisioning

Organize you’re shopping/provisions in advance simply by sending us your requirement provision list two weeks prior to your charter departure. The goods will be delivered directly to your boat just before embarkation.

Frequently Asked Question

What qualifications do I need to charter a bareboat sailing/motor yacht?

To charter a sailing yacht in Greece it is necessary for the skipper to have a sailing certificate proving his competence. If no such certificates are issued in your home country, you will be required to present a reference from your yacht club verifying your ability to sail. A second person onboard must also have sailing experience of some short. If he/she does not carry a sailing license, he will be requested to sign a statement of his sailing abilities.

When do charters begin and end?

All charters begin at 17:00 on the day of departure (normally Saturdays) and typically end at 09:00 on the day of arrival (normally Saturdays). However you will be kindly asked to return to base on the last evening of your charter (normally Friday evening). We require this time between charters to do the necessary cleaning/maintenance/service on the vessels.

In case I want to cancel my boat charter?

In case you have to cancel your booking, the following terms apply.

• For bookings cancelled less than 30 days prior to embarkation, 100% is charged.

• Refunds will be made only in the event that the yacht will be re-chartered for the same period and at the same price.

Should I have travel insurance?

As with any vacations, we strongly recommend that your sailing trip be insured against any unforeseen circumstances.

If I need to hire a professional skipper?

We can recommend and hire on your behalf a professional skipper for as many days as you wish. Even if you have experienced sailing, you may still require the services of a professional skipper to make

your cruise more relaxing and benefit from the skippers’ local knowledge. There is a set daily fee €150 per day for the professional skipper, regardless of the number of people on board. Please remember that the professional skipper needs to be provided with his own cabin, as he is obliged to sleep on board.

Do I need to leave a security deposit when I hire a skipper?

Yes. The charter companies are only suggesting skippers and make no commission on their payment, which you do. Your charter is still a bare boat charter -in distinction with a crewed vessel charter- and therefore you are in full responsible towards the company for the vessel you are hiring.

What if I wish to embark and disembark from different bases?

This may be possible, but you will be charged an additional cost. The cost varies according to the distance between the two bases. Please check the following. Athens – Dodecanese €700 Athens – Ionian €750 thens – Cyclades €450 Athens – Sporades €700 Between Dodecanese and Ionian €350

Are the yachts insured?

All yachts are insured against damage to the hull, machinery and/or equipment. Third party liability is also covered. Nevertheless, personal accidents while on board are not covered and client has to arrange extra for this kind of coverage.

Are the yachts equipped with safety equipment?

All yachts are equipped with safety belts, life jackets, flares etc.

Do Ι have any discounts?

We offer the following discounts to our clients. 10% early booking discount 5% for repeat clients 5% for two weeks charter 10% for three weeks charter or more

In which areas can I charter a yacht from?

You can charter a yacht from the following destinations:


• Saronic Golf / Athens ( Kalamaki, Lavrion)
• Dodecanese (Kos, Rhodes, Samos)
• Ionian Islands (Preveza, Corfu)
• Sporades (Skiathos)
• Cyclades: Mykonos
• Syros
• Paros


• Bodrum
• Göcek
• Fathiye
• Marmaris


• Biograd
• Murter
• Pula
• Split
• Zadar
• Dubrovnik
• Kastela
• Sibenik

What should I bring with me?


It is better to travel with flexible, soft, foldable luggage. Avoid large, boxy suitcases.


At least two pair of sunglasses with neck chain to avoid loss.

Skin protection

The sun in Greece is especially strong, and therefore a good sunscreen or blocking lotion or cream is necessary. Avoid oily, greasy applications, which are slippery and pose a danger on board. To continue your protection, bring with you after sun lotions or skin softeners.


Prescription or other medications should be brought in quantities to last the duration of your vacation.


For unfettered ocean cruising, casual comfortable clothes are best. Bring at least two bathing suits, T-shirts, shorts and lightweight cotton slacks, jeans and shirts. In April and May and from mid-September through October, evenings and even days may be cool, so please bring a warm sweater or sweatshirt and a light jacket or windbreaker. For entertaining and on-shore dining and dancing, you may wish to have an easy-care dress- up outfit with you.

Head protection

For protection against the ill effects of prolonged exposure to the sun, a hat, cap or scarf is most important.


Soft or rubber white soled footwear or boat shoes are a must. Wear standard shoes for on-shore use only.

Foul weather gear

This is optional and is occasionally required. Light rainwear however is advisable.


Several beach towels can prove to be quite handy after that delicious dive from the yacht into the cool, clean ocean.

Audio / CDs

Every yacht provides or CD player, so bring your favourite music along.

Sports Gear

Although every yacht provides snorkelling gear, we suggest that lovers of underwater activities bring their own snorkel and mask. A special note on scuba diving: Greece's laws prohibit scuba diving in most of its waters. We strongly recommend not bringing such gear. However, scuba diving is permissible in very limited areas only, and anyone interested can request further information from us regarding the location of these specially designated scuba diving waters.

Is smoking allowed on yachts?

For safety reasons mainly, the prevention of fire and additionally to keeping the interior clean, smoking is not allowed at the cabins but only in deck areas, at the dining room & day areas.

Does my mobile phone work in Greece?

Greece operates on a GSM system most European mobile phones operate here. North American mobile phones which have GSM do work.

Are credit cards accepted on the islands?

Most major credit cards are accepted on the islands except in bars and some restaurants. Most of the islands do have ATM machines.

Can I bring my pet?

Yachts do not permit guests to bring pets on board. Animals are typically not accustomed to the strict confinement of a ship and an active cruising itinerary can be quite uncomfortable for pets. There are exceptions to the rule so please ask.

What kind of additional services do you offer?

The following services are provided if requested with an additional cost.

Yacht Provisioning Airport Transfers Car Rental Hotel Accommodation.

What happens if I have a problem during my charter? /What happens if I run into problems during my trip?

We will provide you with our mobile numbers prior to your departure make sure when you call us you know your location and try to describe the problem as thoroughly as possible. We have technicians with whom we cooperate in nearly every port of Greece.

Do the yachts have air-conditioning?

Most of the yachts have air-conditioning. If not you will be advised from the beginning. Please note that in some harbors the authorities do not allow the generators to run throughout the night. Therefore, if you are on a air-conditioned yacht you may be unable to run the air-conditioning at all times. In such case you can anchor outside the port, weather permitting.

What if we arrive at the embarkation base late?

For late arrivals at the embarkation base (after 19:00 hours) please contact us to make the appropriate arrangements.

How do I provision and can I find provisions?

Organize your shopping/provisions in advance simply by sending us your requirement provision list two weeks prior to your charter departure. The goods will be delivered directly to your boat just before embarkation. All the bases have supermarkets close by who deliver your provisioning to the yacht.

What does the standard equipment on all sailing yachts include?

Each one of our vessels is fully equipped for charter. For further information please check our Inventory list.

Other than my food, what other costs can I expect?

Other costs, which you should expect, are fuel for the yacht, harbor fees which are around EURO 1-2, and water for the yacht. 


  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Bimini
  • Licensing Required
  • Inboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Dodger
  • Single Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Generator
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Berth
  • Air Conditioning
  • Head
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail

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From Piraeus - Athens - Greece

Member Since Nov 2014

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  • Listing Address
  • 3 Leoforos Posidonos
  • Alimos, 174 55,
  • Greece
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