The yachts are usually made available between 4 and 5 pm. If you arrive earlier, you can usually leave your luggage in the office of the charter company until we can get on the boat. If you arrive much later, please inform us shortly.
We are back in the port of departure around the afternoon before departure day. A diver often inspects the ship for damage to the hull, and the charter company begins the "check out." So if it is more convenient from a flight point of view to fly on Friday evening, this is possible. However, please [...]
No, there are both beginners and experienced sailors on board. Everyone is welcome and will be assigned sailing tasks according to their level of knowledge. Onboard you will have the opportunity to learn the basics of sailing or to improve your already existing skills.
Upon request, you will receive a mileage certificate, which will be helpful for future sailing licenses. Either you bring your trip/mileage book, or you will get a mileage certificate. We cover 120 - 200 nm per trip, depending on the area.
Open-minded, flexible, and without fear of contact - that describes it quite well. When sailing, we live for a week in a shared apartment on a high camping level. You get to know each other quickly, and friendships often develop and sometimes even more ;-). Age-wise, it is mixed, but we try to make sure [...]
In addition to your cruise confirmation, you will receive more detailed information about the yacht and the berth or marina before your arrival. In addition, there is almost always a WhatsApp group in the run-up to the trip, in which we can exchange information before and during the trip. Here you can get to know [...]
You can find an overview of our packing list.
The yachts used are always fully insured. However, in case of damage, there is always an excess (deposit of 2,000 – 4,000 €. Since this can hurt financially, we take out deposit insurance for all trips. This insurance reduces the deductible to 0 €. The deposit insurance costs between 200 and 300 EUR per week, [...]
If the crew is complete on the day of arrival, a communal cash box is set up into which all crew members (except the skipper) pay cash, or a corresponding app is set up for all fellow sailors. This is common practice in sailing. One crew member agrees to keep the onboard treasury. From this [...]
The question of whether we stay in a bay or a harbor is one of the most commonly asked. The answer is: it depends on the sailing area, the weather, and the mood of the crew. Mostly it is balanced. With start and destination port (home port), it is often four nights in port and [...]