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Here is some common questions we get

General questions

  • 1. What is the difference between a motor yacht and a sailing yacht?

    The main difference between a motor yacht and a sailing yacht is their method of propulsion. A motor yacht is typically powered by one or more engines, while a sailing yacht relies on the wind to power its sails.

    Motor yachts are generally faster and more powerful than sailing yachts, and they are often used for cruising or sport fishing. They are typically designed with spacious cabins and luxurious amenities, making them a popular choice for those who want to enjoy the water in comfort and style.

    Sailing yachts, on the other hand, offer a more traditional and peaceful experience on the water. They rely on the wind and the skill of the crew to navigate, which can provide a more immersive and rewarding experience. Sailing yachts come in a variety of styles, including racing yachts, cruising yachts, and luxury yachts, and they can be designed for a range of purposes, from day sailing to long-distance voyages.

  • 2. How can I contact Vernicos Yachts for further information?
  • 3. Does Vernicos Yachts offer any special discounts or promotions?

Crewed Yachts

Bareboat Yachts

  • 1. What is included in a bareboat charter?

    Welcome Pack (selection of greek products and bath amenities), Mooring fees for first & last night at the marina / port, first fill for outboard engine, spare bottle of gas, autopilot , GPS / Plotter, Radio/Music Player & cockpit speakers, dinghy with outboard engine, 1 set of linen and towels per person per week, Snorkelling equipment (all adult sizes), espresso coffee maker (only for platinum fleet yachts), 1 SUP (for monohull charters 50 ft and larger and for catamaran charters up to 44ft), 2 SUP (for catamarans 44ft and larger), Greek Current VAT 12% (50% discounted rate on the full 24% VAT rate applicable, under the condition that the skipper returns stamped, by the port authorities, a declaration stating he arrived at a port which lies at a distance greater than 6nm from the initial port of embarkation).

    It is hereby expressly stated that VAT rate mentioned herein is the one applicable by current tax legislation valid to this date and subject to change without prior notice or responsibility on the Broker, Stakeholder or the Owner. Should any changes in applicable tax legislation take place after the issuance of this document resulting in changes in total amount(s) due then the difference will be credited or debited accordingly to the Charterer.

  • 2. What kind of sailing experience do I need to have to rent a bareboat?

    At least one valid sailing license is obligatory to charter a bareboat yacht in Greece.

  • 3. Can I bring my own crew for a bareboat charter?

    Yes, you can bring your own crew on a bareboat charter provided that the skipper has a valid sailing license

  • 4. What equipment is included in a bareboat charter?

    The equipment for each yacht is as described in the equipment tab of each yacht. The outboard engine is included in all our charters

  • 5. Do I need a license to rent a bareboat?

    At least one valid sailing license is obligatory to charter a bareboat yacht in Greece.

  • 6. What is the typical length of a bareboat charter?

    31ft – 57 ft for monohull sailing yachts, 38 ft – 51 ft for catamarans

  • 7. Can I extend the duration of my bareboat charter once it has started?

    Upon availability and after confirmation from the Charter Department

  • 8. What is the cancellation policy for a bareboat charter?

    Booking cancelled, more than 60 days before embarkation: 30%of the total charter fee will be kept

    Booking cancelled between 59 & 31 days before embarkation: 50% of the total charter fee will be kept

    Booking cancelled less than 30 days before embarkation: 100% of the total charter fee will be kept

    In case the yacht is re-booked for the same period at the same price, the cancellation fees will be refunded, only 200,00 € will be charged as dossier expenses