Assisted bareboat charters
For most sailors, the regular flotilla vacations in Greece
are too limiting and restrictive. Yet, if bareboat isn't an option - even in the easy sailing waters of the south Ionian - because you lack the experience, the perfect compromise of the assisted bareboat charters
might appeal to you.
Such an assisted bareboat itinerary will consist of just 4 yachts, a lot smaller than the vast fleets of regular flotillas. Also the strict rules have been abandoned:
- You can choose your own restaurant, no “forced flotilla feeding” in mediocre restaurants;
- You can decide when to arrive in the next port, even at night;
- Beaufort 3-4 is not a reason to stay in port;
- The small size of the flotilla fleet allows visits to the humble picturesque anchorages and local harbours;
- The itineraries are a lot more challenging than on regular flotillas and include must-see islands further south (Zakynthos, etc.);
- The responsible lead crew of the assisted bareboat charters will keep a close eye on you and will assist whenever you want.
The photo shows Parga port in the Ionians, a popular destination for (assisted) bareboat charters and flotillas alike.
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