Know different types of Yacht Charter

Posted by John Smith on January 19th, 2019

A yacht charter is the rental of a vessel with or without a crew for a specific period. A yacht is a vessel designed for sport, recreation or tourism. For several decades they have managed to turn the sport of the elect into a mass active holiday, especially popular with the middle class.

Constantly growing popularity of the motor yacht charter is connected, on the one hand, with the relative cheapness of rest, which according to the man in the street, is considered elite, and on the other hand, with its content side, which combines romance and uninterrupted beach, the opportunity to visit places that are inaccessible by other means, and the individuality of each trip.

Types of luxury motor yacht charter Greece:

The entire crewed yacht charters can be divided into two types: bareboat charter and crew charter. A non-crewed charter implies that there is at least one person in the group who has a skipper’s license to control the yacht.
Some countries require two licensed team members. Since in our country the yacht charter has just begun to develop, very few have licenses.

The Crewed yacht charters is usually carried out on mega yacht charter (20–30 meters in length), significantly more comfortable than unmanned charter yachts. Usually, on such yachts all the interior rooms are air-conditioned, there is a TV, a high-quality audio center, diving equipment, a powerful boat for water skiing, a jet ski. The crew on these yachts fully serves customers of the highest category.

A charter with the crew on motor yachts differs from a charter on sailing yachts only in the type of vessel and price.

Greek island cruises:
If navigation is your passion, you are surely looking forward to the summer to go sailing. Planning a yacht hire Greece with time is the key to enjoying a better nautical vacation. Choose the ideal destination and the right boat to get the dreamed vacation throughout the year.

Greece is a destination that has all the ingredients to achieve the perfect boat holidays.

Sailing season in Greece:

The official sailing Greek islands season begins in April and ends in November. The best months to rent a boat in Greece are from July to September, when temperatures increase but also prices. If you choose to sail in May / June or September / October, you will enjoy a pleasant climate, less agglomerations and better prices.

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