'POKER STAR' - Beneteau Oceanis 473

Reffited in 2020! "Poker Star"!

Strong, stylish and steady construction ready for comfortable sailing in the Greek seas. Heavily built, providing high performance under the Northern winds, will cruise you safely to the Cyclades or Saronic islands. Fully refurbished, comfortable cockpit cushions, usb sockets in all cabins and saloon, electric heads carefully selected bed linen and towels will make you fill you are on a floating home. We are sure that she will bring your cruising dreams to life. Offered at a very competitive price is a great value for money and ideal for cruises in the Greek islands. Enjoy!

Sailing vacation in Greece

Full refit in 2020
Poker Star
Yanmar 75hp
6.5 L/Hour @ 2300RPM
Oceanis 473
  • Electric refrigerator
  • Ice Box In Cockpit
  • Inverter for AC power
  • Dinghy with outboard 2.5hp
  • Solar panels
  • 12V plug in cockpit
  • 220V plugs in cabins and saloon
  • Bimini
  • Usb socket in all cabins and saloon
  • Sprayhood
  • Convertible double bed in saloon
  • Electric toilets
  • Shower on Deck
  • Swimming Ladder
  • Comfortable cockpit cushions 
  • USB sockets in all cabins and saloon
  • Fans in all cabins and saloon
  • Carefully selected bed linen and towels (1 set/week)
  • Snorkeling sets (masks and flippers)
  • Dishes, Glasses and Cutlery
  • Full galley equipment
  • Gas burner with 2 stoves and oven
  • Filter coffee equipment
  • Outdoor dining area
  • On deck sound system, hifi, mp3/usb/aux
  • Powerful sound speakers
  • Water Heater 40L
  • Mosquito nets
  • Hatch Blinds


  • Raymarine 8' Plotter 'outside' in cockpit
  • Raymarine Autopilot ST6002
  • Raymarine echo sounder ST60
  • Raymarine speed and log transducers ST60
  • Raymarine Wind instruments ST60
  • Raymarine VHF with DSC
  • Bow Thruster with separate batteries
  • 3 x Service Batteries
  • Battery Charger
  • Winch 44.2 in cockpit
  • Winch 44.2 in cockpit
  • Winch 53.2 in cockpit
  • Winch 53.2 in cockpit
  • 2 winch handles
  • Electric anchor windlass 1500W
  • Anchor chain 80m
  • Primary anchor Delta
  • Electric bilge pump
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Navigation lights and deck light
  • Anchor light
  • Horse shoe life buoy, holder & floating light
  • Dinghy, oars, pump and repair kit
  • Outboard 2.5hp 4 stroke
  • 9 Fenders
  • Radar reflector
  • Windex
  • Emergency Tiller
  • Mooring lines x 8
  • 50m Mooring line
  • Liferaft for 10 pax annually inspected
  • Second anchor Danforth 12kg
  • Deck Brush and bucket
  • Boat hook
  • Extra diesel canister 20L
  • Water hose with adapters
  • Power supply with adapters
  • Wire Cutter
  • Compass
  • GMDSS system with Separate Battery
  • Binoculars
  • Bosuns chair
  • 2  x torch
  • Windex


  • 10 + 1 Safety harnesses
  • 10 + 1 life jackets
  • Epirb (Annually inspected)
  • GMDSS with distress emergency button
  • Portable manual pump
  • Wooden pins
  • Life line (upon request)
  • Tool Box
  • Fire Blanket
  • Spare parts
  • Engine spare parts
  • Battery operated navigation lights
  • Sea anchor
  • Black balls and cone
  • Wire Cutter
  • Horse shoe life buoy, holder & floating light
  • C + N flags
  • Box of flanes
  • Search light
  • Floating light
  • Fog horn

Tripadvisor member - Danielle P

Friends enjoying the open water! - Visited in September

7 friends sailed from Monday-Friday and visited 4 amazing islands. The boat was in great shape with a awesome skipper named George. Everyone was friendly and easy to work with. Their suggestions of islands, restaurants, beach, tips etc. were perfect. George stopped the boat at several places to swim along the way, every one was beautiful and special. I would HIGHLY recommend working with this company and recommending George as your skipper.

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Tripadvisor member - Mike W

Great chartering service and excellent vacation - Visited August 2017 

We just got back from a week sailing with YachtSailing.gr and had a wonderful time. We were on the Beneteau Oceanis 473, "Poker Star" with Panos as our captain and made port on Aegina, Hydra, Spetses, Milos and Serifos. Everything was handled professionally and efficiently and Panos was an excellent captain. But here are a few things you might want to know:

- July is hot in Greece and most of the less expensive boats do not have AC. If you are from a cooler/moderate climate you might have a hard time sleeping in your cabin. People told us that September is the best month - cooler, still beautiful, and just slightly after peak season the people are nicer (although they were plenty nice in July from my perspective) Or, you can spend a lot more for a boat with AC and generator.

- Speed matters, whether motoring or sailing. The faster the boat the more you can see and the better time you'll have. Fast boats can sail with less wind and you want to sail because motoring is listening to the droning of the engine for hours on end while sailing is wonderful and quiet and even thrilling. Poker Star is a very stable boat but is not fast, and at 6-6.5 mph it takes quite a while to get anywhere. In our week we might have sailed for 6 hours and motored the rest. Of course it is all about the weather you encounter and there is some luck in that.

- I'd only provision groceries for breakfast and lunch for the most part - each town has countless tavernas with inexpensive food and drink. (I really miss those 6 Euro liters of white wine). Provision PLENTY of ice - the fridge in our boat was never really that cold and you'll want plenty of cold drinks at hand. I will say that Panos cooked us a great meal the one night we decided to anchor away from towns - you might consider doing that for one or two nights as the town food is quite similar from place to place.

- This is not a beachy vacation - we spent almost no time on a beach. Every day we stopped for swimming along the way, but if there was a beach it was a long paddle or swim or tender and we stopped for maybe an hour. Evenings were generally at a village docked at a pier. Of course you can change that if you want - you can skip the village, anchor in a cove and spend the night on a beach because the beauty of this kind of trip is that you can do exactly what you want. But if you don't ask for it it won't happen automatically. So take control and decide up front what you want to do: isolated cove or bustling village? If you haven't been to Greece before you may not know that the villages don't get hopping until after 9pm, and then are lively for a good part of the night. When we left Spetses at 5am the disco was still going strong.

- Cyclades or Saronic? We did a bit of both. Distances matter and 10 hours of motoring a day is not fun nor is 35 knot wind that will scare the heck out of you. The conventional wisdom is see Mykonos and Santorini by high speed ferry and sail the Saronic and western Aegean. We did the conventional and were very happy. But it did take 10 hours to get from Spetses to Milos - that was a long day.

- Best island? That is a tough call, as there is a similarity to the towns - we loved them all. Spetses, the island sans cars, was special. But so was Hydra and Adamantas, the port on Milos. The Temple of Aphaia on Egina was almost the best preserved temple we saw in Greece - at the same level as the Temple of Hephaestus at the Ancient Agora of Athens.

- Costs - there were no unexpected fees. Fuel was 207 Euros for the week - 125 liters of diesel. Obviously the more you sail the less fuel you will use, and we motored 85% of the time and the Poker Star is not a light boat. We had the yacht initially provisioned and then bought more in the inexpensive grocery stores on each island.

Have fun! (We did)


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Tripadvisor member - Alexiakav

Sailing with Yachtsailing.gr - Visited in October

What a special week we had onboard Pokerstar with a VERY cool and experienced skipper George! 
Normally the charters start in Athens, however we were already in Santorini (getting hitched) and we wanted to start off in PAROS. Eugene was very accomodating and organised our skipper to sail down to PAROS and pick us up from there. We were a total of 6 onboard (including our skipper) and it was very spacious and comfortable. Although not a SUPER fast yacht (BENETEAU OCEANIS CLIPPER 473) it was definitely equiped with everything we needed (kitchen, bathroom, bedding) and the experience that anyone would want when it comes to sailing the Mediterranean. Eugene was very attentive, always replied in a timely manner to all my emails, and when it came to safety, George our skipper ensured that we were always taken care of. If you want to sail the Mediterranean, YachtSailing.gr is by far the best! Thanks again Eugene for everything!\!

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