(Frequently Asked Questions)

FAQ

No, you do not need a driver’s license. There is a safety briefing 30 minutes before the start of the rental where we will explain everything you need to know about the operation of the boat and the safety equipment provided and some basics on how to handle an emergency. So no worries even if you have no previous experience.

In order to rent a boat , you have to be at least 18 years old.

You are allowed up to 3 nautical miles from the coast.

Any time during the tour you can contact us by your mobile phone to provide you with advice or even direct assistance. Our boats are equipped with gps trackers so we are able to know your exact position anytime.

You can pay with credit cards visa, mastercard or even with cash. In order to make a reservation online most major credit cards and Stripe are accepted.

In order not to miss the rental, we will try to move it to the nearest date by agreement. If this is not possible, we will proceed with a full refund.

You need to have an original, official document with you like passport or ID.

Our vessels are insured to third parties for bodily injury and property damage resulting from a collision at sea.

Before the rental starts, you will check that the fuel tank is full, so that on your return you will only pay for the consumption made during use, at the same price as the gas station, with no additional charges.

You will have the opportunity to explore the entire southern part of the island, as well as the entire caldera.

Your tour starts from the marina of Vlychada which is located in the southern part of the island and you can get there by your own vehicle, taxi or even by city bus.

Bottled water, juices and snacks are provided on board. Therefore it would be good to bring a hat, sunscreen, beach towels and obviously your good mood!!

We provide you with all the equipment (security and aesthetics) to maximize the enjoyment of your experience. During the safety briefing you will receive a detailed list of equipment prices so that if you lose or break something you will have to compensate for it.