Of course, you’ll need an ID card or passport (EU member countries). You should check with local Greek consulate to see if you need to apply for a visa if you are from a non-EU nation. Additionally, you should carry your sailing certifications, since the Port Police may occasionally require them. Bring your driving license if you want to rent a car, motorcycle, or other vehicle while on vacation. You should include your personal travel insurance papers in your hand luggage, together with your EU medical card if you are from a member state of the European Union.
We advise you to bring both cash and traveler’s checks in addition to your credit cards. The majority of the time, purchasing Kunas in Croatia is preferable. As long as your bank card is functional while traveling overseas, which not all are, you may use bank ATM cash machines to get Kunas in most locations.
In the bigger ports you may visit as well as the stores and restaurants on Poros, credit cards are accepted.
Keep in mind that banks, ATMs, and tiny taverns may not take credit cards in the smaller and more isolated ports. Therefore, it’s a good idea to bring along enough cash to pay for supper and buy daily necessities, especially if you’re bareboat chartering and traveling farther.