Last summer, the greek isles had what might be called their best charter season ever — for the people smart enough to book a yacht. News reports around the world blared headlines about the debt crisis and the lines for locals at ATMs on the mainland, but out in the islands, much of life was business as usual. Fishermen still hauled in fresh catch. Restaurants still cooked it. And in the harbors, the scenery remained just as stunning as ever, only less crowded than usual because some people panicked and canceled their charter plans at the last minute.