Enjoy A Cruise On A Yacht With A Charter Crew As busy individuals, we are early risers. But when on vacation, we often find ourselves unwillingly to part ways with those comfortable, crisp bed sheets and our warm, cozy bed. But that’s exactly what a vacation should be like, unapologetic-ally lazy, …
Crewed Charter Yacht
When you charter a crewed yacht, you can just relax and let the crew take care of everything for you. In all honesty, this is why you are on holiday in the first place. You have been working hard all year at whatever job you have. So now is the time to recharge your batteries. Lay back and let the warmth of the sun penetrate your body and soul.
Your crew will run the yacht for you. Also they will do their best, to do this without getting in your space and disturbing you. The crew have their own accommodation separate from the passenger accommodation. The teak decks are scrubbed each day and the stainless steel is polished until it shines in the sun.
The outside of the boat will be kept clean by the seamen. Your cabins and accommodation is kept clean by your hostess. Your hostess will also serve you drinks and cook for you anything that your heart desires.
Take care of you
Your Captain will take care of the navigation and safety of the vessel. He will recommend places to visit, however the choice of where you go, and when, is all yours.
The engines are maintained and kept running sweetly as you cruise among the Islands. The yacht will glide along the coasts between the islands. Visiting a different harbour, anchorage, or beach each day.
As busy individuals, we are early risers. But when on vacation, we often find ourselves unwilling to part ways with those comfortable, crisp sheets and our warm, cozy bed. But that’s exactly what a vacation should be like, unapologetic-ally lazy, full of fun, adventure, and delicious feasts. …
In September 2015 we were hired for an interesting charter to visit the small lonely Ionian Island Strofadhes. The islands are way down in the south of the Ionian Islands, approximately 32 miles west of Kiparissia. The islands are part of the Zakinthos National Marine Park, therefore their waters …