In order to charter a boat in Greece, or anywhere in the Med’ we’ll need to know that you can sail a yacht. At least two of you will need to be over 18 years old and have sailed before. And one of you will need a piece of paper to prove your qualifications.
As far as the paperwork is concerned, then you’ll need to have a certificate in one of the following; and then you’re good to go:
- RYA Day Skipper, Coastal Skipper, Keelboat Level 2 or ICC qualification. More on how to take these courses with us.
- The International Yacht Training (IYT) Flotilla Skipper or Bareboat Skipper certificate.
- An International Certificate of Competence (ICC), (ICC), or equivalent qualification. The ICC assessment can be done as a half-day session in the UK (prior to departure) and we award it to all our Day Skippers. It is equivalent to a Day Skipper and suits those with sailing experience but no formal qualifications that want to hire boats abroad.