GREEK CLASSIC MOTORSAILER 60

Half Board cruise out of Paros

Steep into a world of simplicity and elegance aboard this unique traditional trechantiri and discover the Cyclades' most beautiful jewels. Half board (breakfasts and lunches) freeing you from logistics worries, you make the most of your cruise. With two beautiful double cabins with private bathrooms and a four-berth cabin, this boat welcomes families with children as well as couples or groups of friends. People sensitive to motion sickness may feel reassured as the boat's beam offers real comfort at sea. And as always with Archipel, you will board a flawless boat in the hands of a single skipper throughout the season. The hardest part will be saying 'good-bye'!
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            2018 CHARTER RATES

                 Weekly rates, skipper and half board included
 
MAY
OCTOBER
JUNE
SEPTEMBER
JULY
AUGUST
 
2 people
3430 €
4830 €
not available
 
4 to 6 people
4290 €
5530 €
6930 €
 
7 to 8 people
4690 €
5950 €
7350 €
 

 
Extra costs: harbor dues and fuel costs approximately 400 € per week in total, depending on consumption.
Embarkation and disembarkation: Paros.
Discount:  3% on all bookings prior January 31st.
What's included : yacht, skipper, breakfasts and lunches on board, insurance, VAT, linen and bathtowels, water, motorized inflatable tender, end cleaning.
What's not included : alcoholic beverages, dinners ashore.
 
Our offers are non-binding and subject to change.
 
  • When do we select our itinerary?
  • With the week's weather forecast in hand your skipper and yourself will discuss the possible itineraries, while he will explain the various stop over options. This is an important part of your voyage!

     
  • Which itinerary with kids?
  • The superb Little Cyclades itinerary is ideal for families: Paros, Naxos (Kalando), Koufonissi, Amorgos, Skinoussa or Iraklia, Antiparos, Paros. On the program: great, short sailing hops, swims and lunches in isolated coves, strolls and island tours, evenings ashore or BBQs on board.

     
  • What happens if the wind blows hard?
  • At Archipel wind conditions do no not hamper us since anticipate weather and plan a feasible as well as comfortable itinerary. Being situated at the center of the Cyclades, Paros is the ideal starting point as it offers the greatest variety of possible routes.

                GREEK ISLANDS SAILING ITINERARIES

     
    Depending on wind direction and strength, on board the yacht, you will either sail or motor. As an indication, here are some of our great itineraries in the Cyclades islands. We can, of course, draw with you a custom route once we know the weather forecast on embarkation day.
     
    Paros-Paros via Santorini
    Paros    Sifnos    Folegandros    Santorini    Amorgos    Iraklia    Paros
     
    Paros-Paros via Amorgos
    Paros    Iraklia    Donoussa    Amorgos    Koufonissi    Despotiko    Paros
     
    Santorini-Paros via Amorgos
    Santorini    Ios    Amorgos    Koufonissi    Iraklia    Antiparos Paros
     
  • Where are the skipper's quarters?
  • For privacy reasons, the skipper has his own, separate, cabin and bathroom.

     
  • How are the four bunks arranged?
  • In the forward cabin, there are 4 bunk berths. They are staggered and not too high, even for a child.

     
  • Are there any areas suitable for sunbathing?
  • Yes, the yacht boasts a lot of deck space with benches and mats for sunbathing or lounging.
     

                LOOKING INTO THE YACHT

    half board sailing charter greece  
    Yacht
    Trechantiri
    Year
    1969. Refit 2013.
    Lenght
    60 ft (18 meters)
    Accomodation
    up to 8 +skipper
    Doubles cabins
    2
    4 bunk berths cabin
    1
    Shower/head
    2
    Skipper cabin(shower/head)
    1
    Bed linen & bath towels
    provided
    Motorized tender
    included
    Watermaker
    no
    Air conditionning
    no
    Fans
    n/a, but ventilation is excellent.

                Our clients' side of the story...


        August 2017

    Our family spent a week last August with Bertrand on board Morgkan. The experience was outstanding! Elegant and comfortable boat, very well chosen itinerary, delicious meals made from excellent local products. Our skipper Bertrand was the perfect captain, host, cook and advisor! Would definitely recommend.
    Pauline, Guillaume, Juliette, Rosalie and Jeanne [France]

        July 2016

    We just finished our trip on the Morgkan and are now en route to Santorini. We had a very pleasant and safe stay on this magnificent yacht thanks to Bertrand, his attention, kindness and especially his old salt advices! We will keep great memories of island hopping for our 5 year anniversary and very much hope to repeat the experience next season. A big thank you to all your team for your reliability, service, attention and advice.
    Fair winds and hopefully see you next year!
    Karen and Alexandre. [Switzerland]

        Septembre 2015

    Faultless organization and cruise. Stable, seagoing boat in perfect condition. Archipel is a reliable company.
    Bart [UK]

                FAQ

  • Where does our cruise starts?

  • Depending on booked cruises we may offer you sailings from either Paros, Santorini or Amorgos.
  • On which day of the week does a traditional sailboat cruise start?

  • For this particular boat, there are no fixed departure dates, these are depending on booking schedule.
  • Do we lunch onboard or ashore?

  • Your captain will prepare a delicious lunch on the boat, while at anchor in a cove or in a quiet harbor.
  • Which tour do you recommend with kids?

  • In July and August many families, with or without sailing experience, book with Archipel and discover the Greek islands. An ideal family cruise is to combine sailing in the morning and island touring in the afternoon. From Paros, the Small Cyclades itinerary (Paros, Naxos, Koufonissi, Skinoussa, Iraklia, Antiparos, Paros) is both well sheltered from the winds and beautiful; short sailing legs, picturesque small and quiet harbors, anchorages in clear water coves, traditional villages, beaches. With kids on board, this is the ideal route.
  • Do we dine ashore or onboard?

  • Dinner is not included in the half board. Usually our customers like to dine ashore in a traditional tavern by the sea or in a picturesque village. You are free to invite -or not- your skipper at your table (for the sake of discretion, but also to allow skippers to rest they may not join you). You can also stay on board and cook your dinner. Of course, if you spend the night at anchor, together with your skipper you will prepare the evening meal.
  • How to avoid seasickness?

  • If you are prone to motion sickness or if you are not sure of your reaction on a sailboat, we recommend that on day one you use seasickness medication at least one hour prior departure and during a meal or a snack.
  • What is the Half board?

  • Half board covers your breakfasts and lunches. Breakfast consists of tea, coffee, cocoa, bread, butter, jam, honey, yogurt, fruit juice, egg, cheese etc. Generous lunch, consists of salads, grilled meats or fish dishes. All fresh produce is local and organic when possible. Mineral water and fruit juices are the drinks included in the half board.
    If you have special wishes or a known allergies, do not hesitate to let us know in advance, we will adapt your menus.
  • May we resupply groceries during our voyage?

  • Yes you will have no trouble finding grocery stores, open markets and supermarkets in the Cyclades islands. Your skipper will tell you in advance what you can expect to find on each island.
  • Do we spend each night in port?

  • Depending on the route, preferences and possibilities you will have, during your cruise, the opportunity to anchor in a cove or moor in a port. Do not hesitate to indicate your preferences to your skipper when you finalize your itinerary. Docking offers the advantage to move freely on and off the boat, even late at night. Bear in mind that Cycladic ports are usually a small pier next to a peaceful village, and that it is quite possible to avoid busy places if you so wish. Spending the evening in an anchorage is ideal for enjoying perfect tranquility and starry evenings on deck, then wake up in the morning in a world of light and peacefulness, surrounded by crystal clear waters.
  • We are two families with two kids each, where do we sleep ?

  • Parents can occupy the two double cabins while children can sleep in the four-berth cabin (bunk berths). Guaranteed fun in the cadets� quarters!
    Over 50 years experience in crewed yacht charter in Greece
    A friendly and expert team by your side until your disembarkation
    Permanent skippers
    for constant boat maintenance
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