Swan 80 (crewed)
NAUTOR’S SWAN 80 is a beautiful three-cabin sailing yacht with a great sailing performance. This SWAN 80 can accommodate up to six
guests in one Master cabin and two twin cabins (bunk beds). All cabins are air-conditioned with en-suite facilities. The crew
of four has their own crew quarter. They are welcoming and friendly crew who will make sure you experience the best of Greece.
Charter rates are in Euros and refer to weekly charter period. The rates include:
Use of yacht & facilities (on board entertainment equipment and water toys are included)
Crew of four
Charter rates do not include:
– VAT (currently) 6.5% of the charter rate (13% for day charters)
– APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance): All expenses related to fuel and water consumption, food, beverages and alcoholic drinks,
port and canal fees, are extra costs. Customarily in crewed charters, client pays a lump sum amount for all the extra charges
up front and it is the Captain’s responsibility to proceed with payments and hand, at the end of the cruise,
analytical receipts to the client. The amount for these expenses is called Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) and its purpose
is to enhance the level of services rendered, by allowing the client to remain un-distracted by day to day expenses.
As provisional expense, APA ranges from 20% to 30% of the charter fees. APA depends on the level of provisioning
that the client requires, but as crewed charters include breakfast, lunch and dinner along with beverages and alcoholic drinks,
this is a considerable sum. It goes without saying that if at the end of the charter APA is not exhausted,
the remaining balance is returned to the client. On the other hand, in case there are more expenses that need to be covered,
the client is kindly requested to make up the balance on spot.
– Land transfers
– Crew Gratuities: Although Crew Gratuities (tips) are left solely to the Charterer’s discretion, we generally suggest a
gratuity calculated between 5% and 10% of the contracted gross Charter Fee. We would like to stress out though, that a Charterer
is under no obligation to leave a gratuity and at no time should a gratuity be solicited, either verbally or in written form
when settling the final account.
– Smoking is not permitted inside the vessels.
– Use of personal watercraft is only permitted subject to the operator having the appropriate license and meeting with the
local operating regulations
– Children are to be under the direct supervision of an adult member of the charter party at all times.
– Any outstanding accounts will be settled with the Captain onboard in cash prior to disembarkation.
– Charter Fees must be received in full. Any Bank fees charged will be deducted from the APA.
– It is highly recommended that the Charterer considers obtaining a Personal Travel Insurance, Cancellation/Curtailment Insurance and Charterer’s Liability Insurance.
All boats are insured against:
• Risks arising from liability to third parties and damage to hull, machinery and equipment.
• Third party liability.
• Sea pollution liability.
Payments for crewed charters are generally organized by bank transfer, in two installments:
• Deposit payment (50% of the total charter fee) on signing the contract.
• The balance (50% of the charter fee) is paid 45 days prior to embarkation.
Yacht’s specification and equipment may vary from presented on internet. Any photos and equipment list are not contractual.