Once you have
decided on the yacht of your choice, we will send you a Charter Contract
for signature, to be returned to us, with the exception of your copy,
together with your deposit.
The balance due, together with the agreed advance towards provisioning
allowance, (A.P.A), redelivery or delivery fees, if applicable, plus
4,5% V.A.T. will be due for payment 30 days prior to embarkation.
The Charter rate includes:
The yacht hire, the Yacht and passengers’ insurance, the Crew and crew’s
provisioning/laundry/services and the Public marina’s fees within
The Charter rate does not include:
-VAT (Government tax) of 4,5% (or 9% for daily charters) of the charter
-Food and drinks/liquors/wines/beverages for the guests.
-Fuel consumption of the yacht and gasoline for the tender and the water
-Communication expenses and canal fees if applicable.
-Private Marina fees, local taxes and agents’ expenses outside Greek
waters if applicable.
-Positioning repositioning outside home port if applicable.
-Gratuity for the crew upon discretion (guideline 5%-15% of the charter
-Land arrangements and all private items requested like cigars etc.
The above expenses are represented in the amount of A.P.A. (Advance
Provisioning Allowance) which is estimated to be the 25%-30% of the
total charter fee to cover all the above expenses.
The Captain keeps all accounts and invoices/receipts, for all the
respective to the charter expenses. The Captain may inform on daily
basis the Charterer for the cruising hours and charter expenses. Upon
disembarkation we settle all accounts. If any difference with the APA,
the remaining credit is refunded to the Charterer. If total expenses
exceed the prepaid APA, additional funds are requested by the Charterer.
-Deposit 50% of the total charter value is paid upon signing of the
-Balance 50% of the charter value together with the corresponding VAT &
the APA are paid one month prior to embarkation.
-For LATE bookings the total cost of the charter, together with the
corresponding VAT and the APA amount has to be deposited in order to
secure the charter.