Charter rates (low season / high season) per week, plus Advanced Provisioning Allowance (APA) and VAT.
Being built in 2020, this Jeanneau 64 is modern and stylish combined with excellent sailing characteristics. Her interior is designed by Andrew Winch, is spacious, bright and functional while offering a high level of fit and style. It becomes obvious the moment you step down the companionway steps, from the clean lines of the woodwork, and ample light from the eye-level hull ports, windows, and hatches. The Jeanneau 64 can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 well-appointed cabins. The exterior is equally beautiful, with a lot of open space to relax, sunbathe and enjoy alfresco dinner with friends and family. Numerous water toys are available including a tender with outboard engine, stand-up paddle board, tube, water ski for kids, wakeboard, snorkelling and fishing gears. A professional and experienced crew of 2 take care of all guests' wishes and will take you to the most amazing spots and hidden gems in the Greek waters.
|Charter fee only||Unit|
|€ 17'500 - € 21'000||per week|
|APA 20% (Advanced provisioning allowance)||Obligatory|
|Linen (sheets & towels)||Included|
|3 gourmet meals per day||Included in APA|
|Fuel charge||Included in APA|
|Dockage Fees||Included in APA|
|Stand-up paddle board||Included|
|Water Skis & Wake Board||Included|
|Tender with outboard engine||Included|
|Skipper & Crew||Price||Unit||Option|
Booking cancelled, the following rates will be kept: more than 60 days before embarkation, 30% of the total charter fee. Booking cancelled between 59 & 31 days before embarkation, 50% of the total charter fee. Booking cancelled less than 30 days before embarkation, 100% of the total charter fee. If the boat re-booked for the same period, the cancellation fees will be refunded. Upgrades, subject to cancelation policy.
Konstantinos has been sailing from the age of ten, started with optimist and then moved on lasers and 420s until the age of 17. Since then he has been skippering many privately owned yachts as a hobby. From 2009 he has been working as a full time skipper. He has skippered sailing yachts up to 60 foot and catamarans up to 80 foot. His engineering background helped him understand even better all technical aspects of a sailing yacht, and also made him more confident since he is able to deal with a lot of technical problems while on sea.
He is creative, self-motivated, well-organized and capable of working under pressure. He has a clear, logical mind with a practical approach to problem solving and with developed experience to see things through to completion.He possesses good communication skills, so he is capable to work as part of a team.
In his free time, he enjoys travelling abroad, meeting new cultures and local cuisines. He windsurfs a lot and whenever he has the chance he does a little bit of wave surfing.
Fedra has been working in sailing boats and catamarans since 2009 as cook, hostess and deck hand. She discovered her love for the sea as a little girl cruising along the Greek islands and the coasts of Argentina and Uruguay with her family. Thanks to her origin and travels, she speaks fluent Spanish, Greek, English and she can communicate in Portuguese, Italian and French.
She began working as crew in semi private and private sailing boats and also as a freelancer traveling around Greece, Spain and Italy .
For her guests she prepares a wide variety of different cuisines from Greek, South-American to Italian and Spanish food and she loves to create new dishes and to incorporate different cultures in my plates. Her specialty is in amazing veggie dishes.
Fedra has been living in five different countries throughout her life until today so she feels very grateful when she meets and exchanges experiences with people from different cultures and languages,she believes that we enrich ourselves and others. Traveling and Sailing are unique experiences.