F.A.Q.

Greece is a party to the Schengen Agreement. U.S. citizens may enter Greece for up to 90 days for tourist or business purposes without a visa. Your passport should be valid for at least three months beyond the period of stay. We recommend that your passport be valid for at least six months whenever you travel abroad to avoid unintended travel disruptions.

You need sufficient funds and a return airline ticket. For additional details about travel into and within Schengen countries, please see our Schengen Fact Sheet.

If you are traveling with a U.S. official or diplomatic passport, you MUST obtain a Schengen visa prior to arrival. Travelers arriving with official or diplomatic passports without visas will not be allowed to enter the country.

Visit the website of the Embassy of Greece in Washington, D.C. for the most current visa information. If you need additional information about entry requirements, including visas for employment or study in Greece, you can contact the Embassy of Greece at 2217 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20008, telephone (202) 939-1300, fax (202) 939-1324, email gremb.was@mfa.gr; or any of the Greek Consulates and Consulates General in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and Tampa.

Greece is a democracy and part of the European Union since 1980. It is a country where human rights are fully protected by the state and the European law.

The Greek Navy and the Greek Coastguard are highly capable. Their ships are dispersed in the Greek Seas and they have readiness to provide support as needed, in a very short notice.

In conclusion, Greece is considered one of the safest and most attractive places to visit and sail.

Confirmation requires a 50% deposit. The balance should be paid 30 days prior to the cruise unless it is otherwise agreed. 

Deposits and payments are not refundable unless the canceled position is covered by someone else.