High Rate: € 225,000 weekly Plus Expenses
Low Rate: € 185,000 weekly Plus Expenses
1 Main deck master King + Main Deck Queen Cabin + 4 Staterooms below, including 2 King cabins, each with Pullman berth + 2 King Guest cabins without pullmans, all with private bathroom. A guest elevator serves all four decks, making her wheel chair friendly. Each room is fitted with Kaleidoscape AV system, Apple TV and Satellite TV on iPad controls.
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- 31' 2"
- 11' 2"
- 14 knots, consuming 620 litres/hour
- Athens, Greece
- Georgio Armani
- Armani designed yacht
Spacious, contemporary and sleek interior
6 double cabins with 5 king size beds
Maintained every winter to the highest standards
Phenomenal list of toys
Jacuzzi on the sundeck
Gym equipment on the sundeck
Highly referenced and knowledgeable Captain
- TENDERS: RIB 9.5m 2008 Novurania chase tender (Overhauled in 2011) (Full refit 2017) RIB 4m Castoldi jet tender (overhauled in 2017) WATER-TOYS: - 1x Seadoo RXP 255 - 1 x Yamaha Wave runner 1800 - 1 x Seabob Cayago F5 - 1 x Fly board Legend (2015) - 1 x Jet pack (2015) - 1 x Kneeboard - 1 x Bodyboard - 3 x Wakeboard (O'Brian Coda 129cm
- Jstar Titan 141cm
- Jstar Region 141cm) - 1 x Wakesurf Liquid Force (2015) - 2 x Kiteboard (RRDesign Placebo 134x41
- Underground 132x41) - 2 x Kitesurfing Kite (RRD Passion 13m
- RRD Obsession 7m) - 3 x Waterskies (pairs) (Jobe Sixtyseven
- Hydroslide 138cm) - 1 x Monoskies Jobe 68/69 - 1 x Windsurf board Naked 128 - 2 x Windsurf sails (5m and 6m) - 2 x Starboard Paddleboard AST 11’2 (2015) - 1 x 2 person rigid kayak (2016) - 2 x 1 person rigid kayak (2016) - 1 x Towable Banana 6 pax - 1 x Towable XO Extreme 3 pax - 1 x Towable Airstream III 3 pax - 2 x Towable Jobe children doughnuts - 2 x Sets of Game fishing rods - 12 x Sets of Snorkeling gear - 6 x full sets of Diving equipment - (RDV Diving only) - 1 x Dive compressor - 4 x Mountain bikes Samsung TV screens: Master cabin: TV 55” Samsung 6000 Series Double cabin on the main deck: 67cm/26" Lower deck double cabins: 65cm/25.6" Upper saloon: TV 75” Samsung UHD 7000 series Communications: Wireless Vsat broadband Gym equipment: GYM EQUIPMENT (on sundeck): Swiss balls Balance disk Dumbbells 1kg
- 4kg Kettlebells 8kg Skipping ropes 4 x Yoga mats Foam Roller Yoga blocks Pilates Fit Band Pilates Ring Yoga and pilate on DVD's kaleidescape LUNCH/DINING Aftdeck table for 10. Practical for children . Samsung TV by the table. Main saloon table. A table for 12 can be installed if wanted but most of the time the table is put away to leave place for the sofas and coffee table. Upper deck dining table for 12 or 14-15 (extensions). Foredeck table for 8. Perfect for the evening and small lunches. COMMON AREAS Main saloon and upper saloon are connected by indoor stairs. The main saloon has a card table. Wine cellar on main deck. The upper saloon has a big flat screen TV
- a bar with a fridge and a icemaker. SUNDECK 7 movable sunbeds 1 shower Gym equipment Jacuzzi (forward) Bar with fridge
- icemaker and sink. Can be turned into a table. Sliding windows on each side of the elevator will protect the guests from the excess of wind. Ipad mini remote controls available throughout 1100 movies and 300 CDs on the server Newspaper printer Ipod docking stations in all common areas and cabins.
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At first glance, I did not care for this boat. By the end of my tour, I had completely changed my mind. There are several reasons for this. First, she is Giorgio Armani’s own personal yacht, a 163′ Codacasa motor yacht, built in 2003. Georgio Armani designed her interior, and he went pure minimalist on the design to fit his vision, and she is strong in that vision. Secondly, Mr. Armani pursued a nautical feel to her, when he designed her. He wanted to feel like he was on a boat. So there are no carpets in the main saloon and guest cabins. Cupboard doors are louvered. The design is pure, and as the tall peppy French chief stewardess Virginie pointed out to me, “Georgio Armani is the creator. While everybody looks to him what to do, Georgio Armani looks to himself.” Third, by the end of the tour, I was convinced of the high standard of service and food from her very nice Greek, British, Italian, French and South African crew of eleven.
Between the main saloon and aft deck, the furniture is designed to fit interchangeably, according to weather and guests needs. Dining is offered on the aft deck, but if it is windy, the crew moves the dining table into the main saloon. When guests are not dining outside, sofas come out, and a comfortable lounge is created.
We entered the master cabin, where lights were on low featuring a double bed low to the ground with handsome leather headboard, lots of overhead pin shaped indirect lighting and a hushed quiet atmosphere. The full width of the ship, the cabin had teak cabin sole; lots of wood, and louvered cupboard doors. “Look,” Virginia told me. “We can make the lights stronger, but Mr. Armani likes them dim.” She took me into the bathroom, which was the full beam of the ship. His and her bathrooms were separated by a Jacuzzi. “Windows in the bathrooms open, and all the bathrooms aboard the ship are set up with bidets,” Virginie said, adjusting a white orchid. “I love flowers,” she said. “We supply fine, organic, Italian products.”
As I looked at everything, I realized I was looking at what has to be the finest designer boat on the market. It was pure minimalist. His/her dressing rooms completed the master cabin. “The dressing rooms are useful for the models,” Virginia told me. “The yacht is owned by Mr. Armani, who uses her a lot for photo shoots and catalog work.”
We went below where there are four equal King guest staterooms, two with foldaway upper Pullmans for children and black out blinds over the ports in the hull. Two of the King staterooms have bathtubs; two have stall showers; all have vanities and desks. Virginie and her crew offer turn down service and leave chocolates on the pillows. One of the staterooms was made up for children with boxes of crayons. There’s a second guest stateroom located next to the master stateroom on the main deck, a double berthed cabin, very nice and large with picture windows offering views of the cruising ground and large bathroom, but it’s mostly used for security guards, nanny’s or babies, Virginie said. Guests may use it as a sixth cabin, but the yacht works best for ten guests.
We passed the galley on the main deck, where Italian chef Morena was preparing a lunch for brokers. He was putting the finishing touches on a black bread with red filling and cloves….
All four decks are connected by an elevator. It goes all the way up to the sun deck, unusual for yachts of any size…. We stopped at the upper deck, where the sky lounge has handsome charcoal gray couches surrounding a table with television. “The family likes to eat in the upper saloon, watching TV,” Virginia told me. The bar was laden with beautiful hors d’oeurvres and jugs of infused juice. Aft of the sky lounge on the upper deck outside was a beautiful dining table, set with rope and shells, fishnets and corals. Brown table napkins had rope ties, again that nautical theme…. The table was ready for the banquet!
The sun deck features either shade or sun, and again there is that minimalist feel, designed by the creator himself. It features gym equipment, Jacuzzi, wind breakers and an elevator. Although at first glance I don’t care for saloons without carpets, I was impressed by everything aboard this yacht, because the vision is pure and clear.
Rates – Available in Greece – Summer 2020 EUR 225,000/week high Season (July & August) Med + relevant VAT (12% in Greece) + 30% APA + Gratuity; EUR 185,000/week low Season (May, June, September & October) Med + relevant VAT + APA + Gratuity
Disclaimer: Details are given in good faith and thought to be reliable but are not guaranteed.