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 - € 19'000||per week|
|APA (Advanced provisioning allowance)||Obligatory|
|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.
George has been sailing since he was a small child. His family has always owned a boat, through which he learned the principles of sailing. Later on, he started skippering his own 51-foot monohull and turned his hobby into a profession. Since 2005, he has been in the chartering business, operating boats ranging from catamarans up to 56 feet to monohulls up to 65 feet. Additionally, he has been involved in his family's restaurant business, where he gained administration skills and developed problem-solving abilities in technical matters. George is fond of carpentry and enjoys working on technical projects. He obtained his sailing diploma at the age of 17 and also holds a professional seaman's book. Furthermore, he attended classes on first aid and safety on board (BST STCW). In his free time, he enjoys working out, cycling, and running.
Sophia grew up in Athens, and even though as a young adult she started a career in speech therapy and medicine, she never forgot her deep love for her roots. At the age of 26, she decided to change her life and moved to her ancestral home, the island of Ikaria, where she learned the secrets of Greek traditions, food, and culture. There she developed a love for the sea and all it provides. Sophia will guide you through the Greek traditions, the culture of the islands and its people, and she is looking forward to being your host in the magical spots of the Aegean.