Our yachts

Our Yachts

Wondering on what kind of boats you will sail during your course? Well we use big, comfortable and well-maintained yachts. These are dedicated teaching boats with many items you will not find on a simple charter yacht, such as a small library of sailing books. You will always receive your own private cabin on board (only meant to share with your partner, companion, husband or wife) to ensure your own space and boundaries with other students.

Compared to northern Europe, yachts here are on the more larger side to ensure comfort on the warm Mediterranean seas. Our yachts vary between 40 and 45 foot, easy to handle to fit everyone’s ability, and with a bimini against the sun and a swim platform to enjoy the leisure parts of your trip.

All our yachts are inspected annually by the RYA. As well as meeting their exacting standards they also conform to the requirements of the Hellenic Registry for professional yachts. They carry all the latest safety and navigation equipment for use both during day and at night. You will find GPS plotter, EPIRB, GMDSS radio with separate battery, fire extinguishers, life jackets, life raft, and many other safety items on board all of our yachts. We also wish to provide you with above standards services and this is why you will find many other special items on board: touch-screen GPS plotter, weather station, Navtex, and more.

Our yachts for this season are:

Helena : Bavaria 45′ 4-cabin yacht. Our main teaching yacht!

Portokali: Beneteau Cyclades 43.4′ 4-cabin, also one of our main teaching yachts!

Athina: Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 439′, 4-cabin, For teaching and charter

Panfilo: Beneteau Cyclades 39.3′ 3-cabin yacht for private courses and charter.

Luise: Bavaria 41′ 3-cabin yacht for private courses and charter.

Greta: Bavaria 37′ 3-cabin for charter.

Casper: Dufour 412 Grand Large’ 3-cabin for charter

Pepe: Beneteau Oceanis 46.1′ 5-cabin for both courses and charter

Kiribati: Beneteau Oceanis 46.1′ 5-cabin for charter

Megalo: Cyclades 50.5  (2009) 5 cabin (+skippers cabin, airconditioning and Generator) for charter.

*Below you can find indicative pictures of some of our yachts.

The cockpit is very spacious with long benches and the coachroof slopes down forward of the mast and is wide enough to provide sunbathing room.

Down below our yachts have a bright, comfortable, saloon making full use of her generous beam, and a good sized galley and chart table. There are multiple layouts, with 3, 4 or even 5 cabins with one containing bunk beds, making the yacht ideal for families with several children or for two friends to share a cabin on a group course.


Helena, a 2013 Bavaria 45 Cruiser , joined our fleet in 2016. She has 4 cabins and 3 heads.


Helena will be used principally for private courses but you may be lucky enough to sail on her on a group course.

The Cruiser 45 is comparable to most other mass-production cruising boats as far as its cockpit, deck and interior layouts are concerned. Its sailing performance, however, at least in moderate to strong wind, is exceptional. The boat represents a great value for cruisers looking for both charter-boat comfort and performance-boat speed.

SAIL magazine Boat Review


Bazinga is the newest yacht in our fleet. She is a 2014 Bavaria 41 with three cabins, including an en-suite forward cabin. Bazinga can be your yacht for a private course and is ideal for a couple or small family who want to sail on a nice new boat.


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