€250-500 per person per week.  That includes all food/drink related expenses.\””}” data-sheets-userformat=”{“2″:931,”3”:{“1″:0},”4”:{“1″:2,”2″:65280},”8”:{“1”:[{“1″:2,”2″:0,”5”:{“1″:2,”2”:0}},{“1″:0,”2″:0,”3”:3},{“1″:1,”2″:0,”4″:1}]},”10″:0,”11″:4,”12”:0}”>For hostess/half-board charter you’ll jsut need to cover dinners on the islands. Generally on the smaller islands the dinners are very affordable (€15-30 per person for a large meal including wine). The prices will be higher on the more touristy islands

For skipper only charters provisions for breakfast, lunch and snacks, and non-alcoholic drinks for the week will generally cost around €150-200 per person.   Beer and greek wine are also very affordable.
As mentioned above dinner costs can vary depending on the islands.   A fantastic, multi-course dinner with house wine on a typical island can be €15-30 per person.  On internationally famous islands such as Mykonos, the prices can be double or triple that.
Based on feedback from normal trips, passengers spend about €250-500 per person per week.  That includes all food/drink related expenses.”