An exceptional passenger vessel, can accommodate 26 guests in 12 luxurious cabins, she can cruise with up to 160 people 5 miles from the shore and in port up to 250 guests.
Major convertion to passenger vessel in 2003 except for hull and engines (hull built in 1921), all new equipment and installation. The vessel has managed to maintain the original style of her interiors with the result of a classic yacht with modern comfort ready for charter.
- Built: 1921
- Builder: Great Lake Engineering Works, Detroit, USA
- Naval architect: Henry J Gielow
- Flag: Portugal
- Hull construction: Steel
- Hull configuration: Displacement
- Boiler: 1 x 20 ton & 1 x 14 ton
- 2 x MTU Diesel Generators (345 kw each)
- 1 x Diesel Emergency Generator (John Deane)
- Cruising speed: 8
- Number of cabins: 12
- Cabin configuration: 11 Double, 1 Twin
- Bed configuration: 2 King, 9 Queen, 4 Single
- Number of guests: 26
- Master Suite, or the VIP Suite, is on the main deck with direct access to the outside corridor and is similar to the Dodge suite with Crotch Mahogany panelling and a flat screen television with DVD hidden behind a painting.
- Second VIP suite, is also located on the main deck. Spacious and bright, this suite also has direct access to the exterior promenade and boasts a vast amount of bathroom and closet space. Luxurious carpeting and a rich interior design make this a very unique and exceptional suite.
- All the guest suites are located on the lower deck and have televisions, DVD players, Pioneer music systems, safes, mini bars, and are connected by interphone to all the other rooms. Lights can be dimmed to provide an ambiant atmosphere. All the marble en suite bathrooms are fully equipped to five star standards.
Tenders & Water Toys:
- 6.20m tender Yamaha 115hp – 10 pax
- 8m tender Suzuki 250hp – 10 pax
- 11m Classic tender with cabin – Volvo Panta 8V – 10 pax
- 9m Classic tender – Volvo Penta 8V – 10 pax
- 4 x seaDoo waverunners: 2 x 280 pk (2007)
- 1 x 315 pk (2008)
- 1 x 345 pk (2008)
- Waterskis – Snorkeling Gear – Donut – Wetsuits
The yacht charter fee includes the charter of the yacht with all its tools, stores, cleaning material and basic consumable stores for engine room, deck and cabins, etc., the crew’s wages, food and the insurance of the yacht for marine risk and third party claims and the crew for employer’s liability insurance, water and ship’s laundry.
The charterer will be charged extra, at cost to the yacht, for all other expenses. These include fuel* for the yacht, fuel for the ski-boats or other tenders, food*, wine, beers, spirits and soft drinks for the Charterers (at retail super market prices), VAT (in Greece 11.5%) of the total yacht charter fee , other consumable stores, berthing dues and other harbor charges away from the yacht’s own berth, Corinth canal fees (if any), Private marine fees (if any), including pilotage fees and chargers for water and/or electricity taken from the shore, laundry, communications, hire costs of special equipment placed on board at the request of the Charterer, Gratuities for the crew.
Rates are believed correct at the time of publication. We can not be held responsible for subsequent alterations made by the owners.
Charter Contracts: All charters will be confirmed by a standard charter contract (HYBA or MYBA), signed by the charterer and owner or their representatives.
For further questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (copy & paste into the TO: field of your email client)
*unless otherwise specified (see above list)