131' Sunseeker

High Rate: € 145,000 weekly Plus Expenses

Low Rate: € 125,000 weekly Plus Expenses







Cabin Configuration:

1 x Master Suite on upper deck with a King size bed + 1 x VIP Suite on main deck with a King size bed + 2 x VIP Suites on lower deck with Queen size beds + 2 x Twin Staterooms on lower deck (both convert to double staterooms) with a Pullman berth each, all with private bathroom and television.


  • Length:
  • Builder:
  • Built/Refit:
  • Beam:
  • Draft:
  • Cruising Speed:
  • Regions Available:
  • Locations It Travels:

  • Special Features:
  • 131'
  • Sunseeker
  • 2012/2017
  • 26' 7"
  • 9' 6"
  • 14.5 knots, consuming 580 litres/hour
  • Mediterranean
  • Athens, Greece

  • Immaculate condition - as brand new
    Master suite on upper deck with private sauna
    Jacuzzi on upper deck
    Fresh & Bright interior

Water Toys

  • Tenders & Toys: Tenders: 1x Pascoe Shuttle 6.20m with Yanmar 180 hp 1x Avon 3.40m with Honda 15 hp Toys: 2x Sea-Doo 225Rx for two persons 1x Water ski set 2x Sea bob 1x Tube 1x Banana 2x Paddles 2 x canoes two-seaters 1 x Kneeboard Fishing Equipment (masks
  • flippers
  • fishing rod) Communications: - GSM - Inmarsat. Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities: - LCD Samsung TV's in all cabins - 1x Aqualite LCD 42 (Waterproof) TV on upper deck - 1x Aqualite LCD 42 (Waterproof) TV on sun deck - BOSE int./ext. speakers in the salon and portable speakers

Have a Question About This Yacht?

Fill out the form below and we will get back to you quickly!

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.


Sister ship to Aqua Libra, this 131′ Sunseeker PATHOS in Greece has a slightly different layout to Aqua Libra in that PATHOS’s master cabin is located on the bridge deck and forgoes the sky lounge that Aqua Libra has, but this gives her a second full beam VIP cabin on the main deck where Aqua LIbra’s master cabin is located, and below are two Queen guest cabins plus two Twin guest cabins, accommodating up to 12 guests in six staterooms, whereas Aqua Libra only has five staterooms.  Both yachts are exceptionally beautiful.  Both yachts have aluminum hulls, which makes them light, giving them speeds of up to 20 knots; however PATHOS cruises at 14.5 knots, which uses fuel much more economically,  and she is stabilized at anchor and under way.  Built in 2011 and refitted in 2017, she is slightly less expensive than the newer Aqua Libra, yet PATHOS gleams and is beautiful and bright and beautifully operated by her nine all-Greek crew, cruising in Greece.

Tasos, the second mate, showed me around.  “We adapt to our guests needs,” he said.  “We do our best to see that everybody is comfortable and has everything they need aboard.”  The newest crew member aboard, Tasos said, “Our crew come from the sailing yacht Gitana; they all ran that charter yacht for a long time, so we have experience and knowledge of the area.  We get along.  We try always to do better,” he said. “We know nothing, because we try to learn always.”

As we entered the main saloon, I noticed lots of chrome and varnished cherry wood throughout.  White arm chairs contrast with black urns of roses.  There were folding balconies on both sides of the saloon, where this are lots of places to sit.  A bar was aft; dining table forward.  Out of door dining is offered on the main deck aft and on the sun deck.

The indoor dining saloon had the most exquisite flower bouquet of rose, orange and purple – a veritable garden, it was!  “I’ve never seen anything like that,” I told Tasos. The bouquet on the aft deck is a garden also.  Stems were placed in jars on the table.  It was stunning.

The warm wood tones in the VIP cabin located on the main deck took my breath away.  “All the outdoor areas have television,” Tasos told me, “including all the guest cabins.”  We walked down three steps to the bathroom adjoining the VIP cabin.  It had a Jacuzzi tub and a full beam dressing room, vessel sinks, and chrome was everywhere.  Lots of shining stainless steel create an industrial modern look.  The whole vessel is fitted with shiny wood and chrome detailing, in fact.  It’s stunning.

Tasos showed me the accommodation deck next, where two mirror image Queen guest cabins have lovely batik art, Satellite television, bowl sinks, glass showers, white marble floors, and two twin cabins each have Pullman berth, though twelve guests is max….  The master cabin is located on the bridge deck and has a Jacuzzi tub, steam shower, dressing room, and the bed faces aft through glass doors that open onto the upper aft deck with cocktail seating.  Dining is on the sun deck and main decks or in the formal saloon.  The yacht sleeps up to twelve guests in six staterooms.  Four staterooms are on the lower deck; the VIP full beam cabin is on the main deck, and the master cabin is on the upper deck.

The full length sun deck is spectacular with dining table, television, Jacuzzi, bar, bunny pads, stools around the bar – ample seating, a delightful area.  There’s seating on the bow also.  A nice space, it offers a bunny pad in front of the bridge and bean bags, a place to watch the sun go down, or to sit, whilst coming into port.

Tasos delights in taking guests out in the six meter tender with 180 hp inboard….  He and his crew launch the two jet skis, the two sea bobs, kayaks, snorkeling and fishing gear for guests.  The deckhands and stewards play a large role in the operating of a charter; guests will come to know them as well as the stewardesses, and PATHOS’ crew couldn’t be more pleasant, answering all my questions in English and magically appearing whenever you need them.

Summer 2020 – Available from Athens Greece –  High Rate (July and August): 145,000 EUR per week (Terms: + ALL) Low Rate May, June, September, October: 125,000 EUR per week (Terms: + ALL)
+ 12% VAT + 30% APA + 15% Gratuity

PATHOS Photo Presentation 2020   PATHOS Crew Profile 2020

Disclaimer:  Details are given in good faith and thought to be reliable but are not guaranteed.