Charter rates (low season / high season) per week, plus Advanced Provisioning Allowance (APA) and VAT.
This new Lagoon 50 is the perfect compromise between the emblematic 450 model and the 52. She offers an attractive option to navigators in search of a large “seaworthy and modern" owner’s boat. With her new visual identity, rigging and hull design, she provides increased performance, comprising a unique brand signature. Indeed, the 50's elegance seduces thanks to the beveled shape of her hulls, generous volumes and panoramic views, more than ever enhanced. This Lagoon 50 offers accommodation for 10 guests in her 6 well-appointed 4 double cabins and 2 single cabins for one adult or 2 children. The large front deck and the flybridge offer ample space for sunbathing and relaxing and enjoy the panoramic view ahead. Her aft deck is perfect for outside dining or enjoying a chilled glass of wine with friends and family. Her dedicated crew of 2 (Skipper and Host / Cook) will take the utmost care of the guests to ensure a truly memorable holiday in Greece.
|Charter fee only||Unit|
|€ 14'500 - € 18'500||per week|
|APA (Advanced provisioning allowance)||Obligatory|
|Food & Beverages||Included in APA|
|Dockage Fees||Included in APA|
|Fuel charge||Included in APA|
|Yacht transfer fee||Optional|
|Skipper & Crew||Price||Unit||Option|
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Vasiliki has an RYA Yacht Master Ocean. She holds, among others, a speedboat operator license, PADI Open Water Diving, RYA A' Aids Certificate, and has attended Rescuing school (German Red Cross). She graduated from the University of Ioannina, Greece, and holds a BSc in Philosophy Education & Psychology, a certification in Greek sign language, and Braille. Vasiliki can communicate in English and Greek. She started her career as a skipper in 2015 and since then has sailed in all Greek areas; Sporades, Ionian, Cyclades, and the Dodecanese on sailing monohulls and catamarans counting till now 35,500 nm from which more than 15,500 are Ocean. A remarkable time in her career was in 2019 when she crosses the Southern Oceans Passage through Cape Horn. Vasiliki In her free time, she likes traveling, skiing or hiking, diving, Arts & crafts, and offering her services as a Volunteer in various organizations.
Even though Antony has a technical background in natural gas installations and maintenance, his passion for cooking, the sea and sailing was stronger than his studies and he finally decided to make his hobby his profession.
He was born in Larissa in 1993 and since his childhood, he has sailed with his father, who is a fisherman, on their family boat around the Greek islands. He was also helping his family with the seafood shop from a very young age and came to love cooking, creating new dishes, and the service sector in general. All his older siblings are professional captains, so it was natural to him to search for job opportunities onboard.
He has worked in many different restaurants and is now taking the opportunity to raise his cooking abilities to the next level by going to chef school. Antony is warmhearted with a great sense of humor, a team player when it comes to sailing, and he loves to surprise his guests with his culinary creations! He is very excited to be on board and welcome guests to experience Greece to the fullest! He speaks Greek and English.