Crewed yachts/Crewed Motorsailers Greece

m/s Argentina

Traditional 20 metre all wood crewed motorsailer, one-mast schooner, with 4 passenger cabins for up to 10 guests maximum for weekly or daily cruises from the island of Crete.

On this cruise you will visit the delighful harbours and hidden coves of south-western Crete, from Kolimbari to Chora Sfakion, passing by the island of Gavdos. 

The crew consists of experienced English-speaking captain and a seafarer or hostess who helps with the sailing and prepares meals, takes care of cleaning and generally looks after your needs. Bed sheets, towels and beach towels are provided.  

Half-board meals (breakfast and lunch) are prepared on board and evening meals are usually taken at a local taverna. 

Embarkation is at 4pm either at the port of Kissamos or at the port of Chora Sfakion. Transfers are offered from your location in the area of Chania to either of these two small ports. 

Disembarkation is after breakfast at 10 am and return transfers are offered. 

Prices 2020:

September / October: €7500 per week

+ 12% VAT (currently) €900 per week

Total: €8400.00 per week

including private charter of the yacht and her equipment, crew fees, crew insurance, fuel, port fees, water filling.

+ Half-board cash on boarding: + €250.00 per adult per week / €125.00 for children under 13 (no charge for children up to 4).

(For starters, main dishes, side dishes, salads, desserts (all locally sourced Cretan receipes), tea & coffee, local wine, and open bar including local beers, raki, mineral water and soft drinks)

  • 4 passenger cabins (2 with shower / private WC)
  • 10 pax
  • lounge
  • bar
  • kitchen
  • shaded outdoor dining table
  • bridge solarium matress
  • masks & snorkel
  • wifi

Services on board

The crew is composed of an experienced English speaking skipper plus a seafarer or hostess who helps with navigaqtion and prepares meals and offers general hotel services. 

Sheets, towels and beach towels are provided. 

Meals, refreshments & open bar

A participation in the `cash board` allowing the crew to do the shopping, is to be paid on embarkation. Meals include starters, side dishes, desserts, espresson, local wine, made exclusively with fresh products honouring local dishes and the famous Cretan diet. Local beers, raki, mineral water and soft drinks are freely available `with discretion` from the Open Bar fridges. 

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