MOYA
56 Lagoon

High Rate: € 22,500 weekly All Inclusive

Low Rate: € 16,500 weekly All Inclusive

Guests

10

Cabins

5

Crew

3

Cabin Configuration:

Master Queen Cabin + 3 equal Guest Queen Cabins + 1 Bunk Bed Twin Cabin, each with private bathroom & shower

Specifications:

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  • Special Features:
  • 56
  • Lagoon
  • 2014
  • Mediterranean
  • Athens, Greece

  • Experienced Crew
    5 Equal Staterooms
    Based in Cyclades
    Greek Authentic charter experience

Water Toys

  • Snorkeling gear - and more!

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Description:

MOYA – 56’ Lagoon sailing catamaran, built in 2014, A++++! The yacht sails from Athens, Greece May through October for cruises through the Cyclades, Sporades, and Peloponesus Peninsula.

Rates – EUR 16,500 to 22,500 weekly + 12% VAT + 20% APA, depending on month; July and August is high season (EUR 22,500 weekly); June and September is mid season (EUR 19,200 weekly) and May and October are low season (EUR 16,500 weekly).  Rates to not include gratuity.

Sleeps 10 guests in 5 Staterooms – Four have Queen beds, one has bunk beds; One stateroom is a master cabin, considerably larger than the other four….  Private crew quartes are over the bow.

In addition to the deck saloon with windows all about, a main aft deck is where dining is done; sunbathing is on the bow and fly bridge.  The yacht is a lot of boat for 56 feet.

3 Crew – Greek captain Panos Gikas is assisted by chef Dafni.  The crew are aboard to show guests Greece; to point out the culture, which starts with the food and moves to the eye, then moves to the history.  Their job is to keep guests safe; the West Cyclades is the crew’s favorite cruising ground; the Cycladic culture, local foods; they go to the farmer to provision the yacht; they stop fishing boats in the ocean; they go alongside those fishing boat and get the fresh catch to make homemade cuisine, they catch fish themselves – tuna, mostly – they offer the Greek culture that is real.  The crew choose wines and beer with thought; and they provision according to the preference sheet; the real Greek ethnic varieties of home are offered.  The crew of 3 work as a team with safety first, then food, then clean and good service.  Captain Panos is great; late 30s, fifth season aboard, and chef Dafni comes to us from the 75’ charter catamaran Mamma Mia and before that the motor yacht Let it be.  She has tons of experience.

A++++!