How to Book your Sailing Holiday in the Ionian
Booking your Ionian yacht charter is simple and we’ll guide you through every step:
- Contact us to check availability and prices for your requested sailing holiday dates.
- On confirmation of dates and prices, we will hold your yacht charter booking for one week. This gives you time to read through our terms and conditions & FAQs before you source and pay for flights (we found www.skyscanner.net quite useful) and arrange holiday insurance.
- When you have booked your flights, we require 25% deposit to secure the yacht charter booking. If departure is within 8 weeks, the full holiday price must be paid.
- We will confirm your booking upon receipt of deposit. The balance must be paid no later than 8 weeks before departure. Prior to this we will ask for your crew list and also provide you with airport transfer details.
How to Pay
Bank Transfers: Contact us for our bank details.
You can also pay by cheque, made payable to Ionian Blue Sailing. Please send to our UK office address:
Attn. Christian Bunn, Ionian Blue Sailing, 38 Vanbrugh Gate, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN3 1NQ
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