Do the boats have an ice maker?

The Saona 47 and Lagoon 380 do not have an ice maker. However the Saona 47 has a large refrigerator that can fit large bags of ice. The Lagoon 380 has a very nice cooler that can also hold a lot of ice for an extended period of time.

Is there a safe onboard the yacht?

Unfortunately, due to insurance policies, we do not have safes on the yachts. The yachts are very secure when locked, and we’ve never had a problem with theft. If you would like to bring a small travel-sized safe, we recommend something similar to this model:

Is the yacht insured?

Our boats are all fully insured through Lloyds of London against damage and personal injury. However personal belongings are not insured. These can be insured in through travel insurance in your home country.

What are the cabins like on the yachts?

The cabins on sailing yachts are meant to be a nice, cozy place for napping and sleeping.  So there isn’t much space for standing or walking around.  On most yachts, the standard bed size is equal to a Queen sized bed.  Each cabin has windows (deck hatches), which work as skylights as well as a…

What is the difference between a catamaran and a monohull?

Greek Seas currently specializes in catamaran charters. We’ have sold our Oceanis 40 monohull for the 2022 season (however we are able to find a monohull from a partner company if requested). We believe catamarans provide the best charter experience when sailing the Greek islands. They offer much more deck space for laying out, dining,…

Are there power outlets on the boat?

Lagoon 380, Lagoon 450 and Saona 47: These yachts all have an inverter which allows for a 220V plug that can accommodate items up to 350 Watts. There are plugs in each cabin, but you’ll need to bring a standard Southern European outlet adapter like this one. We may have some on board, but it’s good to…

Do the yachts have air conditioning?

During the evenings in Greece the temperature generally drops to a comfortable temperature and there are cool breezes coming off the water. As a result, most nights you can open the port windows and turn on the fans in the cabins without any need for air conditioning. However, sometimes there are heat waves during the…