Safety as well as Quality is at the heart of everything we do, from the technical features of our yachts , to the people we work with and relationships we build.
We commit ourselves that our boats comply to all the safety regulations of the Greek Law.
Furthermore, there are many other things to consider before leaving the shore to ensure that we sail as safely as possible.
For bare-boat charters please keep in mind that as your experience grows you will be able to sail confidently in almost any conditions, until then it is important to be aware of your limitations.
It is a good idea to run through this check-list before a day on the water:
- Always check the weather forecast before sailing
- Be aware of offshore winds
- Sail at a recognised club or launching location
- Check all equipment for reliability
- Tell someone where you are going and when you’ll be back
- Check local regulations and restricted areas
- Always wear a type two PFD
- Protect yourself from the elements with correct clothing and sunscreen
- Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration
- Understand right of way rules and responsibilities between vessels
- Know how to lower or de-power sails in an emergency
- Always stay with the boat even after a capsize
- Understand internationally recognised distress signals
- Avoid the onset of hypothermia and know how to treat it
- Practice the heave to position and person overboard drill
- Carry appropriate safety equipment
We are all about Sailing! It permeates everything we do and the fundamental part of that is the belief that everything on earth is connected.
We believe in building quality relationships with all the people we meet and have activities that will bring together same-minded persons.
We also offer sailing training courses to educate the people in our community.