Here are some of the most common questions of people with no experience of sailing holidays.

Q. Do I need experience?

A. No. Our experienced skipper can perfectly sail the yacht all alone, though a helping hand from your part is welcome! Actually, we do encourage the guests to get involved as much or as little they wish, to have them profit the maximum from the exciting sailing experience.

Q. What should I bring?

A. Its very common that guests bring more luggage that they need. There is a typical list of “What to Bring” here*. Avoid suitcases or rigid bags. Its very common that guests bring more luggage that they need. Please avoid suitcases or rigid bags. 

*This is a typical "sailor's" list:
Swimsuit, hat, shoes with good grip, soft travel bags, sun lotion, clothes that dry quickly, travel size toiletries, UVA/UVB t-shirts, waterproof and windproof layers, camera.

Q. Are all meals include in the price?

A. No. In Day trips there is a lot included: Water, refreshments, fresh fruits, snacks. In Week trips the provisions’ cost is on you. If you wish there is always the choice to eat ashore, to enjoy the local food and a stroll nearby.

Q. How and when should I get provisions for a week cruise?

A. You always get the basics, as water and snack on departure. Fresh food is to be consumed first.

Q. What bathroom facilities are provided?

A. The yacht has two WC with a shower each. The starboard cabin and the bow cabin share the in-between WC which works privately for both, whereas the port cabin has a private WC attached. There is an extra shower on deck.

Q. Will I have a difficulty when using the boat’s toilet?

A. No. The use of the toilet’s flush is manual but you’ll get all the needed instructions on arrival.

Q. Do I need to be very active?

A. No, sailing is made for people of all ages and body type with a normal level of fitness.

Q. Will I put myself in danger?

A. No as far as you follow captain’s instructions. Our yacht is equipped with all the necessary safety supplies, life jackets for all ages, life raft… However, the golden rule on every yacht is to keep your head down when below the boom!

Q. Can I charge my phone or digital camera?

A. Of course. There are USB outlets in the cabins as well as in the saloon.

Q. Why I cannot find my question

A. Feel free to contact us for any further information you may need.