Bavaria C50 Sailing boat Greece
|Length||15.99 m / 52.46 ft|
|Draft||2.30 m / 7.55 ft|
|Beam||5.05 m / 16.57 ft|
|Fuel capacity||250 l|
|Water capacity||650 l|
Charter Bavaria C50 Greece
Charter Bavaria C50 in Greece with 5 cabin layout design that accommodate 10 +1 people. The Bavaria C50 offers two double cabins in front, two double aft cabins, and a bunk bed cabin starboard. A convertible salon is on offer as well as a separate forward bow cabin for an optional skippered charter.
Bavaria C50 is designed to give you plenty of light-flooded interiors and natural ventilation are the leitmotivs below deck, whilst on deck socializing and relaxing are the key attributes. Our amazing Bavaria C50 include generator, air condition, teak cockpit but also electric toilets, solar panels, Bluetooth sound, Wi-Fi internet, and practical features like LED-TV with DVD-player, inverter, and also dishwasher so you can enjoy your sailing experience in Greece. Also the Bavaria C50 is equipped with a bow thruster and a teak bathing platform aft.
Contact us for availability date and offer of Bavaria C50 charter in Greece bareboat or with one of our skippers.
Deck & Cockpit equipment : Anchor windlass electric , Main anchor-chain , Fenders , Hand bilge pump and handle , Door panels-keys , Boat hook , Winch handles , Dinghy, pump, oars , Outboard motor , Plastic bucket , Water Jerrycan , Diesel jerrycan , Engine oil , Fuel funnel , Deckbrush , Gas bottles , Spare Anchor , Mooring lines , Cockpit table
Sails, covers, rigging : Furling Genoa , Main sail , Bimini top , Sprayhood , Lazy Jacks , Lazy bag
Safety equipment : Horseshoe lifebuoy , Floating light , Emergency helm , Life raft , Torch light , Bosun’s chair , Radar reflector , Black Ball , Fire extinguishers , Safety belts , Life jackets , Box of flares , First aid kit , Fog horn
Navigation equipment : Cockpit compass , Speed log , Echo sounder , Wind instruments , Hand bearing comp , Divider , Parallel ruler , Greek Waters Pilot , GPS , Plotter , Clock , Barometer , Binoculars , Autopilot
Spares and tools : Dinghy repair kit , Engine’s spares , Sails repair kit , Toolbox , Boat documents , Boat manuals
Linen : Bed sheets , Pillows , Pillows cases , Blankets , Towels
Galley : Gas stove & oven , Electric fridge , Cuttlery – Kitchen equipment , Pans, plates, glasses, spoons, knifes, etc.
Water toys : Snorkeling equipment
|Price per week – High season||Price per week – Low season||VAT|
|€ 6.600||€ 2.500||Included|
|Price per week – High season|
|Price per week – Low season|
- High season is considered to be July and August
- Low season is considered to be period from October to April
INCLUDED IN PRICE
12% Greece VAT, Bed linen and pillows, Standard yacht equipment, Dinghy
NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE
Fuel, Water, End cleaning, Provisions, Outboard engine, Crew
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You can consult our Contact Center about the vessel choice – they will prepare an offer for you, based upon your request. Should you prefer to choose a vessel on your own, you can do so by using our Online Database system.
After having chosen a vessel, we can reserve it for you for several days, with no obligation, giving you time to organize your travel plans (buying plane tickets, etc.) and arrange everything with your crew members.
The vessel is considered booked by you as soon as you pay the first installment, i.e. 30, 40 or 50% of the total price, or the whole charter fee for bookings within 60 days before the departure. You can either pay by credit card or by bank transfer.
What qualifications do I need for a bareboat charter?
In the event of a bareboat charter (without our skipper) the client skipper must be in possession of a certificate of competence in order to charter a boat. It is also a legal requirement for one member of the crew to be qualified for the operation with the VHF station (possessing the VHF license).
If you are not sure about the validity of your certificate, please check if it is listed here.
Are skipper’s services included in price?
Skipper’s services are paid separately from the charter fee. The guests are obliged to pay them (also those of a hostess or a cook) as well as food and drink for the skipper or the other crew members.
Mega-yachts and sailing boats exceeding certain length are chartered exclusively with the crew (provided by the vessel owner), in which case the crew expenses are included in the charter fee.
Where does the skipper sleep?
In most cases the skipper sleeps in the salon area or in the small cabin in front of the hull. However, it is strongly recommended to charter a bigger boat and provide the skipper with his own cabin. Since he is in charge of the day-to-day running of the yacht, as well as the security of people on board, he should be well-rested – apart from that, the guests will have more comfort and a free salon area to hang out.
Every vessel is registered for a certain number of people (the law does not allow this number to be exceeded) – if this number does not include a berth in the salon area, the skipper is required to have his own cabin.
Besides the charter fee, are there additional costs I should budget for?
Here is the example of all obligatory and optional costs for one of the sailing yachts and catamarans:
SAILING YACHT / CATAMARAN / MOTOR BOATS: 3,735.00 €
Standard charter pack: 170.00 € (OBLIGATORY)
Tourist tax: 1.30 € per person per day (OBLIGATORY)
Skipper: 1,050.00 € (OPTIONAL)
Hostess: 910.00 € (OPTIONAL)
And here are some estimates expenses:
Fuel est.: 250 – 350 €
Mooring fees est.: 200 – 400 € Presuming that most of the nights will be on the anchor or mooring buoy. Some people will go entire week with only 150 € spent on mooring fees. It also depends on the weather. It is safer to be in marina if there is a storm.
Food: 450 €+ (provisions for boat + skipper) Please note that this does not include dinners in restaurants. Meals in restaurants are 15 € for pizza and soft drinks, while full meals are 25-35 € per person.
VAT is included in all the prices.
Is my payment Insured?
We have partnered with WIENER INSURANCE GROUP to additionally insured all your payments send to us with Wire transfer and also credit card payments.
What is the cancellation policy?
If the Client wants to change the charter terms or cancel the reservation, this must be done in writing (via e-mail, fax, or post.)
If the Client cancels the reservation in writing, Charteree reserves the right to apply the following cancellation charges:
- In the event of a cancellation made up to 45 days prior to the start date of the charter period Charteree charges 50% of the Charter Fee.
- In the event of a cancellation made within 45 days prior to the start of the charter period Charteree charges 100% of the Charter Fee.
- In the event of a cancellation made after check-in Charteree retains 100% of the Charter Fee and charges to the Client all expenses incurred as a result of the cancellation.
If the Client is able to find a new rental client for the same period of the charter and under the same terms and conditions, Charteree reserves the right to charge for any administrative and manipulative costs incurred by the change.
In the event that the Client has to cancel the reservation due to objective reasons (death in the family or serious illness), Charteree is not liable to return the paid amount, but if the Client rents the vessel in the same period Charteree will organize charter on other adequate vessel for the next appropriate date or for the next season, i.e. Charteree will issue a credit note that can be used in the agreed period.
The credit note is calculated taking into account the difference between the cancelled reservation and the reservation later confirmed for the same vessel and in the same period. Charteree is not liable for damages in the event of reservation changes or cancellation due to situations such as war, riot, strikes, terrorist activity, exceptional sanitary conditions, natural disasters, interventions of local authorities, etc.)
When can I get in touch with the skipper?
You can get in touch with the skipper as soon as you’ve completed your booking.
Our skippers are highly qualified and knowledgeable about their locality. They all speak English. The skipper is to be payed in the marina at the check in (for crewed charter, the crew is already included in the price)
What is a Transit Log?
A Transit Log is a variable payment, which can include the following: bed linen, cleaning, on-board Internet connection, tourist tax and base marina fees. The details of the Transit Log differ depending on the boat, location and charter partner. Once you choose your boat, our team will be able to outline the specifics of the Transit Log associated with your booking.
We understand that there is an uncertainty regarding travel plans this year. For that reason we are offering free reschedule of the charter.
In case of travel restrictions or a CDC Travel Health Notice for any country to/from the charter destination will be issued and it won’t be possible for charterers to reach charter destination then:
Free reschedule of the charter in the same or next season