High Rate: € 21,400 weekly Plus Expenses
Low Rate: € 15,000 weekly Plus Expenses
Master Queen Cabin + 3 Queen Guest Cabins + 1 Bunk Bed Twin Cabin, all with private bathroom. Crew with private quarters over the bow.
- Regions Available:
- Locations It Travels:
- Special Features:
- Cyclades of Greece from Athens
Crew of 3
Authentic Greek Experience
Lots of Amenities
Accommmodations for 10 Guests
- Snorkeling gear - and more!
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ALYSSA – 56’ Lagoon catamaran, ALYSSA is a five cabin layout with master stateroom aft to starboard and three smaller guest Queens spread out around the ship, plus fifth bunk bed twin cabin to port amidships. All have Queen berths except the bunk bed cabin, and the crew of two sleep forward over the bow, leaving the main part of the vessel for guests. Each cabin has TV, bathroom, AC controls, plenty of space.
Available from Athens for Summer 2020 – the yacht cruises the Cyclades from May to October annually and charters for EUR 15,000 weekly in May and October; EUR 20,100 weekly during June and September, and EUR 21,400 weekly during July and August + 12% VAT + 20% APA; Gratuity is not included.
Crew of 3 – Nicholas is the captain and Maria, blond in nice jacket is the chef; they are assisted by Antonia, the stewardess – three crew. Nicholas tells me they are a great crew; they’ve been friends for a long time, so they have good communication; Maria is the chef; she is good, reliable, open hearted says Nicholas. Her father was a captain, so she is familiar with life at sea; Antonia has an MBA; and Nicholas enjoys yacht racing. They all love being onboard; they love to sail; 7 years with the business; young attractive crew who do all possible to give their guests a good time.
Saloon – dining table to starboard and galley to port with island on which were lovely hors d’oeurves. Beautifully decorated, offering lime juice, fresh herbs growing in the galley – ALYSSA-monogrammed towels, flower arrangements.
Fly Bridge – The table drops down to form two sun beds. Drinks fridge; weather curtains. Three additional sun beds on bow.
Amenities – The AC doubles as a heater, plus there is a watermaker and generator.
Sports – 50 hp outboard on the dinghy offers tubing and waterskiing;
Cockpit – A U-shaped settee in gray surrounds a dining table for out of door dining, and a staircase leads spirally around to the fly bridge. There’s a bench settee aft and sunbed outboard of the dining table.