Driving this lovely 46.0’ sailboat rental from Saronic Gulf, Greece is pure pleasure - we're sure you will thoroughly enjoy it! This Bénéteau yacht produced in 2009 can accommodate comfortably up to 8 of your friends or members of your family.
This sailboat has 4 cabins with 8 single beds and 2 bathrooms. This boat has 55 additional services available. Required extras payable now are already included in the boat rental price. Click the reservation button to check the optional extras that allow you to customize your sailing trip.
One of the sought-after yachting destinations, Greece welcomes every year sailors from around the world. The boat calendar below includes detailed information on discounts available for this boat rental and shows you the annual price trend. We hope that this unique Sailo feature will help you make the decision in choosing this yacht charter from Saronic Gulf for your next vacation. Do you need more details about this yacht charter before you make the booking? Send a message directly to the boat owner by clicking on the blue button 'Message Owner'.
This boat has 1 additional services available. View addons
Number of engines
Horsepower per engine
Required Extras (1)
Deposit2,500 €per booking
- Bow thruster
Navigation & Safety
- Bow thruster
Member since November 2015
Providing unforgettable experiences out on the water is my specialty, and I look forward to sharing my love of boating with my customers!
Location and Destination Guide
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 opportunities for day trips from Athens.
Customer Questions & Answers
No refund if renter cancels