Frequently asked questions about Yachtcharters in all countries and Charterpartner agency Note: this is a not binding information, not an offer!
|Question:||Can I leave turkish waters with a charteryacht and sail to Greece?|
|Answer:||If the chartercompany allows that (important: ask them!!) one can sail to greek Ports of Entry. Normal checkin procedures with crewlists and boatpapers. An original insurance confirmation must be on board and the boat-papers must be original, too! If not existing, one must buy the PPMD (Private Pleasureboat Maritime Document) for about 58 EUROS and 25 x 2 fields for each arrival and leaving a greek port. Harbourmasters stamp this paper. The paper must not be given back at leaving the country, it belongs to the boat.|
Often the chartercompanies have one for that specific boat. With the PPMD one can sail in greek waters. At return, the chartrcompanies often refund parts of the PPMD-costs, because they can use it for future clients (no obligation, but one can ask!). Ports of Entry Dodecanese islands: Lesvos, Chios, Paros (northeast port), Paros Pythagoreion, Patmos, Kalymnos, Kos, Symi, Rhodes, Kastellorizon, Astipalaiia
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