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Prioritizing Retreats Safety: Embracing Preparedness, Caution, and Precaution

 Here’s how we keep you and your people safe:

  • Aviation Standards
    Our safety standards are inspired by aviation’s strictest standards and were developed in collaboration with the Hellenic Rescue Team and aviation specialists.
  • Fundamental Preparedness
    Our culture of safety resides in foresight, extrapolates every possible eventuality, creates an action plan, and then cultivates and refines our team’s instincts.
  • Team Training
    We create and regularly run drills to handle every feasible scenario. Safety comes down to seconds, so we make sure our reactions are second-nature. No delays.
  • Drilled to Perfection
    A plan is only as good as its practice. We run frequent and rigorous drills, to train our team in every aspect of safety and emergency response.
  • Rehearsed Safety Procedures
    We have thorough safety procedures, which we review with you at every stage and reinforce through our own behavior. Our routines will become yours – and will help cultivate a stronger personal culture of safety within your group.
  • Risk Management
    Our safety procedures are fundamentally based in critical perceptions, on-the-spot decision making, and how to handle both individual situations and life. We inspire travelers to enjoy and to push boundaries, and to stay safe while adventuring.
  • First-Aid Certifications
    Every, single member of our staff is certified in First Aid, both on land and by sea. We require yearly refreshment courses. We also carry fully equipped First Aid kits everywhere we go and meticulously plan our first aid reactions.
  • Our Undivided Attention
    Your captains, hosts, and trip directors – every member of our team is wholly focused on your group. While you’d be one of many on most trips, at Get Lost we have zero distractions. Your group is our only priority.
  • Shape Confidence
    Wrapped in the comfort of a safety net, your students answer the call of challenge – of adventure. As they seek outside their comfort zones, they build confidence from within.
  • Global Citizenship
    If you want to be understood, you must first chase understanding. As students travel to meet their fellow global citizens, they will grow to better know the world.
  • Team Mindset
    Open new opportunities and expand mindsets. Invite your students to build compassion and calibrate a team ethos that yields reward from cooperation.
  • Strong Alliances
    Working side-by-side in professional workshops, students will weave knowledge, shared experience, and networks born from collaboration, into the tapestry of their professional lives.
  • Authentic Friendships
    Sitting together, feet touching the sea. Sail, hike, raft, swim, play and explore together. These are the moments, adventures, and memories that forge lifelong friendships.
  • Bridge Differences
    Every kind smile, every shared meal, every conversation cobbled together from new vocabulary and signed language – these are the moments that bridge diversity and erode perceived difference.
  • Learn Adaptability
    As students grasp at unpredictability, they learn the thrill of spontaneity – of the freeness born from a hands-on practice in flexibility and versatility. The ability to readjust, as necessary.
  • Answer the Call of Adventure
    The world will always listen. When students go out of their comfort zone, they learn to approach life with daring, boldness, and courage. They acquire grit.
  • Life Skills
    Nomadic travel teaches focus and the ability to ignore distraction, whether it’s the hypnotic siren call of the sea, or the buzz of a busy office, or a traveling professional’s busy lifestyle.
  • Raise Self-Esteem
    Anchoring up, raising sails, mastering the wind and the sea, conquering wild summits – transformation and challenge are the discomforts that precede becoming.
Get Lost team member wearing shirt with Captain written on it
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