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Need a boat for 6 people to tour the Greek islands? Then charter this very affordable Hanse 385 Sailboat that hold up to 6 people. Rates as low as €1400 per week. Rates: Weekly Bareboat Charter • December 31, 2020 - April 24, 2021: €1400 • April 24, 2021 - May 22, 2021: €1850 • May 22, 2021 - June 19, 2021: €2600 • June 19, 2021 - July 31, 2021: €3050 • July 31, 2021 - August 21, 2021: €3600 • August 21, 2021 - September 18, 2021: €3050 • September 18, 2021 - October 2, 2021: €2450 • October 2, 2021 - October 16, 2021: €1800 • October 16, 2021 - December 31, 2021: €1500 Deposit: • €2000 What To Expect Onboard: Hanse 385 is a small sailing yacht available for bareboat and skippered charter in Greece. This is an ideal choice for families with children or a small group of friends. Comes with 3 cabins and 1 wc perfect for up to 6 people. Special Features: • Furling Genoa • Self taking Jib • Jib • Main sail • Electrical winch • Bimini top • Sprayhood • Lazy Jacks • Lazy bag Specification: • Type: Cruising Monohull • Brand: Hanse • Model: 385 • Year of build: 2014 • Boat Name: Serendip • Location: Alimos • Length (m): 11.40 • Beam (m): 3.88 • Draft (m): 1.99 • Engine (hp): 27.3 • Diesel capacity (lit): 160 • Water capacity (lit): 320 • Main sail: Furling, Battened • Main sail area (s.m): 473,61 • Sail area (sq.m.): 797 • Berths: 6 • Cabins: 3 • Number of heads: 1 Equipment Onboard: • Deck & Cockpit equipment: Anchor windlass electric, Main anchor-chain, Fenders, Hand bilge pump and handle, Gangway, Swimming ladder, Door panels-keys, Boat hook, Winch handles, Dinghy, pump, oars, Outboard motor, Plastic bucket, Water Jerrycan, Diesel jerrycan, Engine oil, Fuel funnel, Deckbrush, Gas bottles, Spare Anchor, Mooring lines, Cockpit table • Sails, covers, rigging: Furling Genoa, Self taking Jib, Jib, Main sail, Electrical winch, Bimini top, Sprayhood, Lazy Jacks, Lazy bag • Safety equipment: Horseshoe lifebuoy, Floating light, Emergency helm, Life raft, Torch light, Bosun's chair, Radar reflector, Black Ball, Fire extinguishers, Safety belts, Life jackets, Box of flares, First aid kit, Fog horn • Navigation equipment: Cockpit compass, Speed log, Echo sounder, Wind instruments, Hand bearing comp, Divider, Parallel ruler, Greek Waters Pilot, GPS, Plotter, VHF, Clock, Barometer, Binoculars, Autopilot • Spares and tools: Dinghy repair kit, Engine's spares, Sails repair kit, Toolbox, Boat documents, Boat manuals • Linen: Bed sheets, Pillows, Pillows cases, Blankets, Towels • Galley: Gas stove & oven, Electric fridge, Cuttlery - Kitchen equipment, Pans, plates, glasses, spoons, knifes, etc. • Water toys: Snorkelling equipment If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
Yacht charters in Greece: Athens, Kos, Lefkas, Mykonos, Corfu, Volos, Nafplion Rhodes.
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Cancellation Policy • 1 to 35 days prior to departure: 100% of total charter price • 36 to 90 days prior to departure: 50% of total charter price • 91 days or more prior to departure: 25% of total charter price Cancellation of Crew arrangements (Skipper/Hostess): if notice of cancellation is given 1 to 35 days prior to departure 25% of agreed services price is due. No-Show Cancellation: 100% of all amounts including charter price, mandatory/optional extras and any crew is due. Cancellation Guarantee: In any event of cancellation, our company guarantees that in case the yacht is re-let, for the same charter period and under the same conditions, all amounts received will be reimbursed to Charterer net of a processing fee of Euro 300. Yacht Charter does not include Charterer’s / Skipper’s Liability Insurance, nor Cancellation and Curtailment Insurance. Charterers are advised to obtain cover of Travel Insurance and Skipper's Liability Insurance that cover all aspects of the trip. Sailing Qualifications - Minimum requirements involve that; • one crew member presents the Port Authority an appropriate sailing certificate, proving his competence as Skipper, and • one experienced crew member is declared as Co-skipper; Co-skipper should possess equivalent certification as Skipper or may otherwise sign a self-declaration statement for the port authority verifying his sailing experience. • Subject to applicable Greek legislation, qualifications are to be approved by the local Port Authority on the day of departure. Charterer is at all times liable for suitability of his qualification and certification. Day Skipper Certificates may be rejected by the Port Authority and Charterers are therefore advised to ensure they have an International Certificate of Competence (ICC). Typically, any holder of “Day Skipper” certificate can obtain their ICC from the yachting association that issued their Day Skipper certificate and the process usually requires nothing more than a simple application. Please contact your yachting association in time for your trip (we suggest that you allow at least 20 days for the certificate to be issued). Also any other certificates bearing daylight use limitations are being rejected by Greek port authorities, if charter duration exceeds 24 hours. Other causes of license rejection may include navigation limited to less than 20nm. • Broker, Stakeholder and Owner shall not be responsible if skipper certification is rejected by Port Authority and our company reserves the right to require that charterers hire a professional skipper, if their sailing skills and qualifications are deemed insufficient.