High Rate: € 15,400 weekly Plus Expenses
Low Rate: € 11,200 weekly Plus Expenses
2 VIP Queens + 2 Guest Queens + 1 Upper & Lower Bunk Bed Cabin, each wiith private bathroom with shower, not including the crew quarters
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- Special Features:
- Athens Greece
- Flybridge sunbathing
Bow seating & sunbathing plus trampolines
5 private guest staterooms
Experienced Greek crew of two
- Onboard WiFi
- sailing awning
- large inflatable dinghy with 40 hp outboard
- waterskiis for adults and children; snorkel gear
- one person kayak
- floating mattresses
- swim platform
- stern hydraulic boarding ladder
- fishing gear
- Paddle board
- water blob.
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Available from Athens, Greece for cruises through the Cyclades, the 50’ Lagoon luxury catamaran MYSTIQUE is a fine platform for up to ten guests. Young captain Mike has three years experience operating MYSTIQUE in the Greek Islands. He is assisted by cute Elena in the galley, and these two arrange taxis to meet their guests at the airport; they select whatever wines guests want; they stop in bays under the Temple of Poseidon before moving on to the Cyclades…. They know the islands well. Milos is the captain’s favorite island for its hot dry winds and their chaulkie white hills… They’re like the moon, he says. Mike has a drone onboard, and he is a photographer. When I was aboard he showed me lots of videos that he took of beautiful surreal anchorages that he shot from his drone of the cruising ground. He also adores Paros and Hermosa. He promises to take his guests to all the best ‘surreal’ anchorages. Elena complements Mike perfectly. She sees to all your dietary needs.
Mystique herself has a small flybridge on top of her cockpit for steering and sunbathing. It fills in with mattresses for sunbathing. Dining is offered in the cockpit below and in the spacious main deck saloon, a modern compartment with windows all about with beautifully set table with pink sand and pink stones…and white tablecloth and white china.
The yacht sleeps up to ten guests in five staterooms, not including the crew quarters or the main saloon. Two are VIP staterooms with Queen beds; and two are guest staterooms with queen beds. The fifth stateroom has upper and lower single bunks for children or single people. One VIP is larger than the other, so they call that cabin the master cabin, and it is more private than the second VIP…. All five staterooms has its own private bathroom with stall shower and electric heads.
Entertaining spaces aboard MYSTIQUE include the aft cockpit, which is covered by a hard top for shade at sea. There is seating all around and a dining table that expands and contracts. There is sunbathing on the flybridge and seating. There’s also the main saloon, and there is a “cockpit” on the bow as well, where deck mattresses can be pulled up for gathering and sunbathing on the deck. The pontoons are connected by ‘trampolines’ between the two pontoons, offering a cool place to sunbathe and watch the dolphins as they might swim along in front of the bow.
MYSTIQUE charters for 11,200 Euros a week plus 30% APA and 12% VAT TAX during May and October…. 14,350 Euros a week during June and September; and 15,400 Euros a week during July and August. Charters begin and end in Athens, but the yacht can be delivered to other islands for a fee.
MYSTIQUE offers onboard WiFi, watermaker, a sailing awning, generator, inverter, large inflatable dinghy with 40 hp outboard, waterskiis for adults and children; snorkel gear, tube, wakeboard, one person kayak, floating mattresses, swim platform, stern hydraulic boarding ladder, and fishing gear. Paddle board and water blob. Mystique has a 27’ beam and was built by Lagoon in France in 2008. She is quite modern below.
Elena and Mike have an excellent command of the English language. All the food they buy is fresh, and the crew usually like to prepare traditional as well as modern Greek kitchen, but chefs also generally well versed in many different types of cuisines and special diets too. They will adapt their menus to guests preferences. You can also tell the crew in advance that you plan to take a few meals ashore, and this saves money, although for the most part chefs provision daily at each island. Captains like to visit “beaches” and uninhabited bays by day and towns by night. Yachts can tie up to the public wharfs ashore free or nominally free, so docking charges do not come to much in Greece, yet guests have the freedom to come and go at free will. Otherwise, they use the dinghy to tender guests ashore at night, arranging a specific time at night to meet, or using the cell phone to contact the captain to pick them up on the dock after guests dine ashore….