2005 Beneteau Oceanis 393 with 3 cabins and 2 heads. Based on Kos in the heart of the Greek Dodecanese. Available for charter by the week direct from the English owner (and maintained by him!). Fully insured and registered with the Greek authorities as a charter boat. Maintained to a high standard with Fully Battened Mainsail & lazyjacks, furling genoa, Autopilot, GPS & plotter, radio CD, dinghy and outboard motor, Bimini, spray hood, holding tanks. Available for bareboat and skippered charter. During 2014 Fusion was booked for 21 weeks which amply demonstrates her popularity. The Dodecanese are an ideal cruising ground including gems such as Simi and Patmos, as well as the Volcanic island of Nyseros (the volcano is truly dramatic), the history of Rhodes, the sponge divers island of Kalymnos along with many smaller quiet islands with secluded bays and pretty original Greek harbours and villages. The wind is better than in the Ionian but not as strong as in the Cyclades. The trip to the North is ideal for 1 week, most days offering the opportunity of 2 to 3 hours sailing in the morning with a stop for lunch, then a further 2 to 3 hours onto your stop for the night. The trip to the South tends to involve longer passages (4 to 5 hours) without a stop. For the more adventurous you can also head West to the Cyclades although this would be better for a 2 week holiday.