The boat was built in 2000, but there was a total refit on it in 2017/9. Many things are new on the boat: new sails, new bimini, new sprayhood, new deck with spoecial anti-slip GRP/gelcoat surface, fully polished and looking great, renovated cockpit teak and sealing, new extra-large 2.70-metre dinghy, new varnish, new upholstery, new GPS color chartplotter, new stove, new bilge and shower drain pumps, rebuilt Lofrans 1500w windlass etc. It has 5 cabins with 5 en suite heads. It can easily host up to 10 people.
The equipment of the boat includes full set of navigation and cruising safety instruments.
In the interior there is a spacious galley with fridge and an icebox. The salon is luxurious and can be easily shared between 10 people.
This model was for many years the top flagship model of the famous Jeanneau shipyard.
On the deck, there is plenty of space for sunbathing and moving on the deck for all the guests. The cockpit is one of the largest comparing with the boats of its category.
Member since November 2019
I am a keen sailor and have sailed since an early age. I have participated in many offshore racing events, and have also experience as a professional charter skipper. I have been involved in yacht chartering since the mid-seventies. I am very familiar with greek waters, and am happy to advise clients with a lot of detail about their planned sailing holidays in Greece, with information about itineraries, lovely bays, safe anchorages as well as tips about the best restaurants.
Usually this boat operates around Saronic Gulf, GR.
One of the great cities of the ancient world, Athens is a fascinating mixture of old and new begging for exploration. Although, and let’s be honest here, she isn’t the best looking city in Europe, you’ll find lots to do and plenty of fascinating historical sights. The must visit wonder of the Acropolis is the crown jewels of Athens, with many ancient monuments to explore. But if you want to get out of town there are a lot of day trip opportunities from Athens.