Choose the Service Level that you like.
1. Bareboat Charter
You skipper the catamaran all by yourself and also take care of the catering, the cooking and the cleaning. Bareboats can be supplied with standard catering when you arrive here, or alternatively you can ask for a specific shopping list of goods to be supplied at your arrival. Before you take off, you will receive an extensive boat and area briefing, and in some cases someone comes along for the first day to help you familiarize with sailing the yacht. In order to be able to charter a bareboat, you need to give us proof of adequate sailing experience and qualifications beforehand.
2. Bareboat Charter with Engineer/guide
You are the skipper of the catamaran and an engineer is on board to help you with all mechanical aspects of the yacht (checking oil, water, running systems and fixing problems on the spot). The engineer also knows how to sail the boat and will happily act as your guide, knowing the cruising grounds, best anchorages, snorkelling spots, restaurants, etc.. Some catamarans only go out with an engineer, and can not be chartered fully bareboat. The charter rates are lower than a fully crewed charter and the guests pay all the extra expenses. These would be provisions (including enough for the engineer), fuel, water, marina fees, etc. Also, you prepare the meals and look after your cabins and the cleaning of the yacht. This might be a good choice for those that want to eat ashore frequently and don't need the personal service that a fully crewed charter includes. You need adequate sailing experience and qualifications to charter bareboat with engineer.
The most important thing is to get in touch with us as soon as possible and communicate your special wishes early. With enough warning, most things are possible.
Related FAQ's or links:
- How do I book a charter yacht?
- Enquiry Form