Aegean Sailing School latest new, open all year around !!

  As we had our first bookings for December 2020 and January 2021 we wanted to inform you that we decided to stay open this winter-season and now take bookings all year around!  Winter temperatures in Greece are perfect for sailing: In November 2019, we had a max temp of 27C and a minimum of [...]

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Covid-19 Safety Measures, on board our yachts!

The health and wellbeing of our customers and our staff are our priority. Our measures for COVID-19 have been designed with the recommendations set out by the World Health Organization (WHO). It minimizes contact with our staff while ensuring you have all you need for an enjoyable and safe sailing trip. Our staff All staff [...]

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‘Early Bird’ Discounts for 2021

If you're organised enough to be planning your 2021 sailing now, you can save on your RYA course or sailing holiday with our 'Early Bird' offer. The first 20 people to make a booking with us for 2021 will get a 16% discount on the price of their sailing course. Here's what you could save: [...]

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Fancy a Week Sailing in Beautiful Thailand?

Fancy a week's sailing in Thailand on a new (2016) Oceanis 46? We have a last minute opening for a two person cabin for our Thailand trip starting November 24th from Phuket Island. It is a last minute booking so we are happy to offer almost 30% off the regular price of €1400 per cabin [...]

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April 2020 Sailing Course Discount

Early spring is a great time to visit Greece.Temperatures begin to warm, spring flowers decorate the countryside and sailing in the islands is lovely. We offer a 10% discount on all our RYA courses in April. This saves you from 100 to 500 Eur, depending on the course you’d take, and you can have an [...]

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No More Non-Tidal Day Skippers

Until now, students taking an RYA Day Skipper course with us were issued with the RYA Day Skipper Non-Tidal certificate. From January 2017 there will only be one certificate. All RYA Day Skipper certificates will be valid in both tidal and non-tidal waters, ending the distinction between the two certificates that was introduced when the first [...]

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All About the ICC

We've recently had several students ask about the ICC (International Certificate of Competence). It's a little complicated but here are the answers to the most common questions. The International Certificate for Operators of Pleasure Craft is more commonly referred to as the International Certificate of Competence or simply ICC. An ICC provides the holder with evidence of [...]

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Adoption of Resolution 40

This table shows the countries that have adopted UN Resolution 40. These countries have implemented the International Certificate of Competence for Pleasure Craft (ICC), and the table gives the name of the authority that you should contact to find out how to get your ICC if you are a citizen of that country. If your country is [...]

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Autumn Argolic Adventure

You've passed your RYA course. Congratulations! Now what you need is some practice ... Why not join us for a week's sailing to the picturesque Argolic Gulf at the beginning of October? The Argolic Gulf is one of the prettiest, yet most unspoilt, areas of Greece. With high mountains as a backdrop, you'll visit typical Greek fishing [...]

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How to get into a dinghy …

Thought I'd share this great little youtube video with you. If you're over 50 you may struggle to climb back into a dinghy from the water. Here's a suggested way to do it: I'm offering a prize of a nice RYA sailing book to any of our students over 50 who can prove with a [...]

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