Sail away with Frédéric
Embark with Fred, our Dodecanese skipper, to discover the eastern part of Greece aboard a superb sailboat! You will discover his favourite anchorages!
From Rhodes, embark on a cruise to the Dodecanese islands. Click here to find out more about the area.
What is your motto ?
Simplicity & Pleasure
Your sailing style ?
I sail most of the time. I prefer to sail according to how the crew feels, even if sailing a little under a canvas if necessary.
I like to help the crew with the manoeuvres, according to their desire and skills.
How do you handle the life on board ?I explain, the crew participates if they want to
How does shopping work?I can stock up on supplies before departure, or the crew can do it, it is up to them.
How does cooking work?Everybody helps cooks
How did you become skipper ?
I've been sailing since the age of 20, with friends, as a teammate at first (one of my friends was already an experienced skipper.)
I then left for 8 years of sailing in the Caribbean, passionate about snorkelling. Back in France, and working for the European Commission, I bought a small sailboat in Breskens to learn how to use a sailboat. Then a second sailboat (7.8 m) to go on a tour around Corsica, Sardinia, Italy and Croatia. After training in Glénans, I passed the Captain 200 course at the Cagnes sur Mer Sea University and I bought the ELAN 40 to go around the Mediterranean and provide sailing cruises in Greece.
What people say about you?
Nothing like a few customer reviews:
"A big thank you captain for this week of sailing in Greece, it was top notch. We all had a wonderful stay ...Best of luck ..." QUENTIN.
- "A huge thank you Captain for this week, for teaching us so many things and discovering magical places! Do not change! Think of us at your next aperitif! "" LOUIS
- A big thank you captain for this beautiful week of sailing and discovery of the Greek islands. Motivated for the next getaway ..!" JULIE
- "A big thank you for this week Captain Fred! A super sailing teacher! Hello Greece, long live the kilos of chicken, wine, giros and, of course, the boat." ELIOTT.
Your best cruise memory
Barbuda near Antigua
In your opinion, what makes for a successful cruise ?
Conviviality first and foremost, then beautiful sailing, beautiful anchorages, and a few unexpected adventures