Frequently asked questions about Yachtcharters in all countries and Charterpartner agency Note: this is a not binding information, not an offer!
|Question:||Which sailing-licence is required in Turkey, Greece, Croatia,Italy,Mallorca/Spain Cuba|
|Answer:||for Croatia one must have a licence from his homecountry AND a VHF-licence. |
If he does not have that but experience, or if he only has a boatlicence but
no VHF-licence, one must make a croatian one, valid in Croatia only.
Please read the Croatian licence description
In this countries a licence is required, when the homecountry of the
charterer requires a boat-licence.
If there is no boat licence required, one must proof his experience in
If one does not pass that examination by the base, he is obliged to take a
skipper on board.
In Greece a licence is required, when your homecountry requires a boat-licence.
If there is no boat licence required, one must proof his experience.
If one does not pass that examination by the base, he is obliged to take a skipper on board (sleeps in own cabin, do not exceed maximum number of beds!).
Secondly in Greece a second person with sailing-experience must be on board
of a charteryacht, a "Co-Skipper", who is able to sail the boat as well. If
one has a second person with licence in his crew, is perfect. If nobody has
licence or a formal other a proof of experience (issued by his home-sailing
club), but is able to sail a boat, the chartercompanies issue a paper, that
is accepted as 2nd-skipper authorisation at boarding.
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