What experience & qualifications do I need?

For motoryacht charter you should have previous skipper experience to Day Skipper standard, gained from motoryachts in the UK or a previous motoryacht charter. You should be competent at handling a motoryacht in close quarters, anchoring and mooring in varying conditions and be able to use your navigation and pilotage skills to plan a day passage and know your position at any time. You should be assisted by at least one competent crew.

The port authorities in Croatia, Greece and Mallorca require an internationally recognised certificate of competence for the skipper, eg RYA International Certificate of Competence (ICC) Motor or RYA Day Skipper (Motor) Practical. The RYA ICC will be ever more required by overseas port authorities but if you have skipper experience it is easily obtained in a day from RYA schools in the UK.

Add a skipper to any of our bareboat motoryachts if you don’t have the experience to charter bareboat or if you would like a helping hand with a larger yacht or a guide to a new cruising area. The skipper will be perfectly capable of handing the yacht. He will encourage you to get involved as crew, although he is not an instructor. You will have to allocate a cabin for the skipper's use and provide him with food and drink.

"Just returned from a fantastic two weeks in Croatia. The service and organisation both here and in Croatia was superb, and the sailing was perfect, apart from the two days of Bora, which we spent quite happily storm bound in lovely Korcula. Our boat Dora III was a joy to live aboard and to sail, and Croatia itself was spectacular. We loved everywhere we stayed, and in every place we were able to go stern to with lazy lines. Croatia comes highly recommended."
Trogir 2014 - S.L.

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