142' Perini Navi Ketch
High Rate: € 159,000 weekly Plus Expenses
Low Rate: € 140,000 weekly Plus Expenses
All 5 Guests cabins are located on lower deck as follows:
1 x full beam Master cabin (double bed 2.00m x 2.00m) with sofa seating, wardrobe and ensuite facilities with bath tub.
2 x Double cabins (double bed 1.80m x 2.00m) with wardrobe and ensuite showeroom .
2 x Twin cabins (single beds 2.00m x 0.90m each) with ensuite showerooms + 1 x pullman bed each.
Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities:
Comprehensive music and entertainment system (updated in Winter 2017/18) including Apple TV
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- Special Features:
- Perini Navi Ketch
- Greece - the Aegean, Ionian and Turkey
- • New exquisite, elegant interiors and refined spaces designed by Christian Liaigre
• Flexible 5 cabin layout for up to 12 guests
• Updated and sophisticated audiovisual equipment, VSAT, Apple TV, Sonos system etc
• Experienced and professional Captain plus crew with excellent knowledge of the Greek Isles
• Upgraded selection of water toy inventory, including a brand new jet ski
• Perini Cup 2018 Bronze Winner
- 4.8m (16)' Castoldi Jet tender (125hp) 4.9m Avon Deluxe (90hp) 3.0m crew tender Avon roll away with (15hp) Sea-Doo RXP – X 300 Jetski 2 x Seabob Cayago F7s 3.3m Topper sailing dinghy 2 x Winner Nerseus sea kayaks (2+1 seats) 2 x Sup paddle boards 2 x Wakeboards 2 x HO single slalom skis 2 x Pair of water skis 1 x HO Sports Bali Air platform Various tows (Donuts
- Tube) Snorkelling gear Diving gear Dive compressor
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South African captain Spyros Antoniou grew up racing dinghies and knew from a young age he would end up running yachts. Excellent at management and organization, he leads an enthusiastic crew of 6, mostly from Greece but all nationalities, including pretty, well born, chief stewardess Anna from the Ukraine, who showed me around.
Entering the cockpit of this 142′ Perini Navi ketch where guests sit in the cool of the shade with refreshments from the bar with stools after coming back from exploring ashore, Anna explained, ‘The yacht sails well. We spent the winter in the yard, refitting during the winter of 2019, but all the crew stayed on from last year. We competed in a race, where we finished third overall. We always got a good start. That was key.”
The bar around me was laden with chef Anastasios’ beautiful hors doeurvres, a sailor in his own right. He worked on the 100 ft. classic S/Y Aello previously in Greece. Today his hors doeurves were served in individual shot glasses, each one beautifully decorated. “Anastasios is an artist.” Anna said. “He is good on health.”
We went inside to the modern, air conditioned deck saloon with windows all about, where was centrally located a sitting room in cream colored tweed, contrasting with the dark wood paneling, a delightful TV, sitting room. Each stateroom and the living room have Apple TV and comprehensive music and movie system. The furniture is small and minimalist, as the yacht is updated, and the designer cleverly wrapped the room around a concealed staircase leading below to the guest cabins and put a dining saloon forward in the far, starboard quadrant, plus lots of additional groupings of places to sit opposite. In this way the yacht has multipurposes and room for everyone. We’re talking lots of space!
The yacht accommodates up to twelve guests in five staterooms, ideal for families. Two Twins have Pullman berths, two guest cabins have Queen berths, and the master stateroom has a King. All have Sonos, Creston, Apple TV with server with iPad controls. The master has a tub and shower, finished in stone. All are air conditioned. Interestingly decorated, all the cabins have leather headboads.
Some of the rooms had been prepared for day time setting; others for night time setting. Anna said, “We prepare the rooms for evening.” Anna and her team – a second stewardess assists – strive to make guests feel at home. Even with their seven week charter last year, details are important. Lights in the cabins dim. Duvets are turned down. Water is put out. Flowers are freshened daily. Blankets are arranged attractively. The girls do a great job, creating pretty environments for guests.
Up on the bridge deck, a sun deck is available for many purposes… A sitting room, it has a dining table that expands and folds away for al fresco dining. With 360 degree views, it’s a great place to sunbathe at sea. But Anna calls the fly bridge ‘romantic,’ because she can serve intimate dinners for two here by candle light after watching the sunset.
Based in Greece, VICTORIA A is open to sailing the Cyclades, or the Ionian (Corfu, Kefalonia, Zakynthos, etc), or she will cross the Aegean to the Dodecanese and cruise the coast of Turkey, where uninhabited bays make perfect places for barbeques ashore…. Snowcapped mountains rise sheer from the sea. Turkey is only 25 miles from Rhodes. It has more antiquity than Greece, Ephasus, the Lycian Tombs, and multiple amphitheatres right by the ocean’s edge. With VICTORIA A’s jet skis, scuba diving, Seabobs, snorkeling gear, and water ski equipment, the yacht would be a great choice for snorkling the sunken city of Kekova down Turkey’s Turquoise Coast….. Two civilizations reside side by side. Turkey is romantic. Muslims are called to worship fives times a day….. Greek Orthodox civilization contrasts with Islam here…. She charters for EUR 140,000 weekly + 30% APA + 12% VAT from Greece (6% VAT from Turkey) + Gratuity during May, June, September & October & EUR 159,000 weekly in July & August.
Details are given in good faith and thought to be reliable but are not guaranteed.