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Charter Guide: Contents faq • 4 — event charters • 8 — corporate charters • 10 — destinations • 12 — yachts: over 60 meters

40—60 meters

30—40 meters

20—30 meters

motor Lauren L • 40 Moonlight II • 41 O’mega • 42 Samar • 43 RM Elegant • 44 Martha Ann • 45 Sherakhan • 46 Alfa Nero • 47 Lady Lola • 48 Apoise • 49

motor Panther 2 • 52 Big City • 53 Seafaris • 54 Alexandra • 55 Mine Games • 56 Destination Fox Harb’r Too • 57 Vera • 58 Insignia • 59 Chevy Toy 157 • 60 One More Toy • 61 Ionian Princess • 62 Capri • 63 Carmen Fontana • 64 Monaco • 65 AMZ • 66

motor Endless Summer • 76 M/V Aqua • 77 Peftasteri • 78 Sheleila • 79 AA Absolute • 80 Aspen Alternative • 81 Paradis • 82 Proteus • 83 Pandora • 84 Lucky Seven • 85 Iris • 86 Obsession • 87 The Sultans Way 007 • 88 Monte Carlo • 89 AK • 90 My Space • 91 Go • 92 Azmim • 93

motor Amon • 100 L’esperance • 101 Tugarka • 102 Rena N • 103 Lady Victoria • 104 Bel’ Mare • 105 Reeges Dream • 106 Jojo • 107 Lizzi • 108 Emily Too • 109 Wave Runner • 110 Nitta V • 111

sailing Selene • 67 Douce France • 68 Parsifal III • 69 Aurore • 70 Elena • 71 Panorama • 72 Ellen V • 73

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sailing Matina • 94 Aristarchos • 95 Gitana • 96 Iraklis L • 97

sailing Anassa • 112 Aegean Schatz • 113 Liana H • 114 Prince De Neufchatel • 115 Summer Love • 116 Eleftheria • 117 Gemini • 118 Akana • 119

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About ADY Aris Drivas Yachting’s primary goal is to make yachting an enjoyable experience for our clients. We are a full-service boutique company specializing in charter, sales, new construction, refit, and full management.

A leader in the luxury yachting industry, we have been providing our clients with exceptional service since 1972. Because of our many years of experience and our meticulously vetted network of suppliers and partners, we enjoy long-term relationships with yacht owners, managers, and concierge companies worldwide. Creating an absolute in the art of yachting, we provide our clients with prompt, reliable, and discreet services. Aris Drivas Yachting has grown over the years as a direct response to the needs of our clients. Beginning with charter services, we have expanded over time to provide our clients with expert advice and advocacy in building, managing, buying, and selling their yachts. Every member of our team has an exceptional understanding of the worldwide yachting industry as well as established professional relationships that reach across cultures and continents. As a respected member of the international yachting society, Aris Drivas Yachting is regularly represented by its staff members at the world's premier yacht shows, thus ensuring that we are always current with the latest developments in the industry. We have the expertise to guide you in all your yachting needs, be it chartering the finest yachts, chartering before buying a yacht, purchasing an exquisite vessel with the best resale value, or building a brand-new, technologically advanced yacht. Aris Drivas Yachting offers you the best of long experience coupled with a focus on the future. We are a new-generation yachting company with an enviable history that goes back nearly four decades. We are passionate about offering you service that is second to none.

The ADY Team

Aris Drivas Yachting’s head office is in Athens, Greece. In addition, we have representatives in the luxury-yachting hub of France’s Cote d'Azur as well as in Moscow, Russia, and Milan, Italy. This allows us to be there for our clients and partners wherever and whenever we are needed. Everyone 2 — ADY Charter Guide

on our international team is simply the best in his or her specialized field. We are all eager to share our knowledge and expert judgment with you.

Charter Approach

When you ask Aris Drivas Yachting to arrange a charter for you, you will discover the world’s most cosmopolitan, chic, and exclusive destinations while worldwide concierge services attend to your every wish. Every member of our team of expert charter brokers has a comprehensive knowledge of yachts available in the world’s premier cruising grounds and stands ready to guide you to the perfect match for your tastes and needs. We will ensure that your vacation is superb, and one you will never forget. We offer only the very best luxury charter yachts, all of which we have personally qualified. In addition, the bespoke standard of our services means you will enjoy that all-too-elusive experience of pure exclusivity, which we believe to be the ultimate goal of luxury travel. Should you be in need of absolute privacy or should you enjoy the exquisite feeling of belonging to the jet set, we will look after your requirements with true professionalism and utmost confidentiality.

Brokerage Approach

Owning a yacht is the ultimate pleasure for anyone who loves the sea, and Aris Drivas Yachting can make your dream of yacht ownership a reality. We have extensive market knowledge and access to complete information on every yacht for sale worldwide. In fact, there is no yacht that is not for sale – it’s always just a matter of price. Sourcing the right yachts is not a simple task, but we will make sure you have the very best options to choose from. We put your interests above all and always make sure that all parties involved in the purchase process have their expectations satisfied. Ultimately, our goal is to make sure that the entire process goes smoothly and is enjoyable for you.


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FAQ Since our company's aim is to offer to you the best possible charter for your vacations, we would like to inform you on the most frequently asked questions that arise during the search for the ideal yacht.

Charter Fee

Included in stated charter rates: The charter of the vessel with all its equipment in working order, crew’s wages, insurance of the vessel and crew, and harbour and public marina fees. Nearly all Greek ports are public; in other countries, there are almost no public marinas. Not included in stated charter rates: 6.5% VAT (value added tax), fuel (unless stated), meals (unless stated), bar and beverages for guests (unless stated), gasoline for the tender and water toys, canal fees (if any), foreign water taxes, foreign marina fees (if any), foreign agency fees, communication costs, personal laundry, personal expenses, and gratuity for the crew (5–15%).

Other Operating Costs: Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA)

In addition to the charter fee, an advance provisioning allowance (APA) is to be given to the yacht prior to embarkation to cover all expenses apart from the main operating costs included in the charter fee (see above). Generally, the APA is approximately 30% of the charter fee. This amount is usually enough to cover excellent cuisine and fuel expenses for four hours of sailing per day. Prior to disembarkation at the end of the charter, the captain will present to the Charterer a full set of accounts (fuel, provisioning, etc.), and the Charterer must pay the captain any balance owed. If the final accounting is less than the APA paid in advance by the 4 — ADY Charter Guide

Charterer, the captain shall reimburse the Charterer for any overpaid balance. The captain controls all the APA expenditures, and if during the charter the expenditures exceed the amount already paid, he should require additional cash funds to be paid immediately by the Charterer.

Booking And Payment Terms

The yacht is considered booked as soon as the MYBA (Mediterranean Yacht Broker Association) Charter Agreement is duly signed by all parties, and the Charterer has wired a deposit of 50% of the total charter fee. One month before the start of the charter, the Charterer must transfer the remaining 50% of the charter fee, the VAT (if applicable), delivery/redelivery charges (if any), and the advance provisioning allowance.

VAT

Payment of the value added tax (VAT) depends on the vessel's flag and the chosen cruising area. Commercially registered yachts are usually entitled to tax-free cruising although, due to EU tax legislation as well as local fiscal policies in some countries (France, Italy, Greece, etc.), in some cases VAT is to be charged on the charter fee. For example, in Greece, the current rate of VAT is 6,5% , but if the charter is less then 48 hours in duration it rises to 13%. In Croatia, the VAT is 10% but is usually included in the charter fee. In Italy, the VAT is 8%. In Spain, it stands at 18%. Our brokers will advise you on this matter in regard to your chosen yacht and cruising area.


Repositioning Charges

Almost every yacht has a port of registry where she is based most of the time while not cruising. If you wish to begin or end your charter away from the yacht's port of registry, be prepared to pay a certain sum for her delivery/redelivery to her home port. These charges, if applicable, usually consist of two fees: the cost of fuel required for the repositioning and, if the relocation distance is considerable, a pro-rata charter fee based on the number of days required for her repositioning.

Gratuities To The Crew

A Charterer or any other guest, at his discretion, may leave crew gratuities. The sum is usually calculated between 5% and 15% of the charter fee and is appropriate if the crew has given excellent service. However, it is important to understand that a Charterer has no obligation to leave a gratuity and at no time should a gratuity be solicited. The best way to handle the gratuity is to place the amount in an envelope addressed to the crew, and either hand it to the captain or leave it on the saloon table on your departure from the yacht.

References

Once you have chosen a yacht, you will be asked to provide some references from previous charter experience. Most owners of yachts over 40 m require references so that they can be assured you are a trustworthy Charterer who is familiar with charter regulations and laws. The references are the name(s)

of the yacht(s) you have chartered and the exact dates of the charter(s). Sometimes owners of much smaller yachts also ask for references. Owners reserve the right to turn down any request due to a bad charter history.

Cancellation

After the charter agreement is duly signed by all parties, the Charterer reserves the right to choose another boat, whatever the reason may be, taking over the right and responsibilities according to the owner’s consent. Should the Charterer give notice of cancellation of the signed agreement at any time before the charter period, the owner is entitled to keep the following amounts: — 50% of the charter fee if notice of cancellation is given more than one (1) month prior to the charter start date. — 100% of the charter fee plus the APA if notice of cancellation is given less than one (1) month prior to the charter start date. Please note that all signed facsimile or scanned copies of the charter agreement are legally binding.

Regional Chartering Particularities

The Western Mediterranean and Caribbean are the world's most-visited yachting areas. The majority of luxury yachts are based in one of these locations, offering everything a yachtsman could desire. There are many ADY Charter Guide — 5


other interesting yachting destinations, but the possibility of chartering is limited by the number of yachts available. Our charter brokers monitor yachts’ relocations and they will be pleased to advise you on availability in appealing destinations. Please take into consideration that there may be some special requirements and restrictions in certain cruising areas that might considerably limit the choice of yachts.

Chartering in Spain

If you are keen to charter in Spain, please understand that there is a very limited choice of vessels available in that country. Following are the reasons this is so. In order to charter in Spanish waters, a vessel must obtain a Balearic Charter Licence. This is not an easy process; it involves three stages: 6 — ADY Charter Guide

— A vessel must get a permit from the Balearic Government’s Department of Transport. If the vessel is over 15m in length, the owner must pay a Matriculation Tax (12% of the current value of the vessel). — An owner must obtain a Seaworthiness Certificate. If the vessel is over 12m in length, a full stability test must be undertaken and full plans must be produced by a Spanish naval architect. This involves very considerable costs. — An owner must obtain a Charter Licence. Moreover, before a yacht can charter in Spain, a VAT of 18% of the yacht’s purchase price must be paid. Both the Matriculation Tax and the VAT apply to any charter with embarkation or disembarkation in Spanish waters. That is why only a very few yachts (usually very small vessels) are offered for chartering in Spain.


Yacht Charter in Greece

Officially, only Greek-flagged yachts and foreign yachts with a relevant charter license may charter in Greece – that is, embark and disembark charter passengers or bunker duty-free fuel in Greek waters. A charter license for a foreign-flagged vessel costs between 5,000 and 10,000 Euros, and you must begin the process a few weeks before your cruise in order to ensure that all formalities have been taken care of. Because of this sizable expense and considerable effort, purchasing a charter license for a foreign-flagged yacht is advisable only if you are entirely committed to chartering in Greece aboard a specific yacht that flies a foreign flag. We recommend instead that you avoid the licensing trouble entirely and allow our brokers to help you choose the perfect Greek yacht for your cruise. We are proud to say that our selection of fine Greekflagged vessels is large and of very high quality.

Yacht Charter in Croatia

In Croatia, only Croatian-flagged vessels may both embark and disembark charter passengers within the country. Unfortunately, Croatia offers few yachts longer than 30 meters. Yachts with a foreign flag are, however, permitted to either take on board or disembark charter passengers in Croatian waters. Therefore, either the beginning or conclusion of your charter should take place outside Croatia. Usually, the external port chosen is either Venice or Kotor (in Montenegro), located not far from Dubrovnik.

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Event Charter Planning your charter to coincide with a major event or events is a wonderful way to experience the world’s most spectacular happenings. You’ll be pampered by excellent personal service on board while you enjoy the festive holiday atmosphere and savor unforgettable experiences.

The Monaco Grand Prix and the Cannes Film Festival are certainly the most important European events that attract the world’s most elite celebrities and VIPs for its spectacular shows and after-parties. Undoubtedly, the most luxurious way to attend such an event is by chartering a yacht. Having a superyacht at your complete disposal will not only place you among the most privileged in attendance, it will also provide excellent access to all the happenings. At the Grand Prix, yacht berths are located only meters from the racetrack. The privacy of a luxury yacht 8 — ADY Charter Guide

offers the best possible observation point at this most renowned and adrenalin-filled sporting event in the World. Cannes’ Palais de Festivale is situated right in the heart of the city’s old port, and you will have an opportunity not only to attend the hottest after-parties, but also to host your own exclusive reception or cocktail party aboard your superyacht. Chartering a yacht during MIPIM makes a great deal of sense not only for facilitating important negotiations, but also in terms of accommodation, as it is extremely difficult to find a suitable option during the busy days of this exhibition.


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Corporate Charter Today’s corporate culture encourages employees not only to work together, but also to arrange joint holidays and celebrate anniversaries and business successes together.

A corporate event held on board a luxury yacht is a unique experience. There is no better way to reward your partners and employees than with a cruise on a yacht in a beautiful destination. A yacht is also an ideal place for team building, providing a contained though extremely pleasurable and relaxing environment. Your team will enjoy themselves completely while being able to cooperate in a very special manner. 10 — ADY Charter Guide

A yacht charter is also a guaranteed way to impress your important clients. The atmosphere of luxury and hedonism will facilitate negotiations and make you a remarkable and unforgettable host. Our charter team can organize memorable and exciting events for you. From cocktail parties to long cruises, we will fulfill your wishes and meet your requirements, offering you an unrivaled level of service.


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The World's Cruising Destinations

Greece The Cyclades, 18 • The Ionian Islands, 20 • Dodecanese Islands, 22 Saronic Gulf, 24 • Sporades, 26 World Western Mediterranean, 28 • Eastern Mediterranean, 29 The Norwegian Fjords, 30 • Baltic Sea, 30 • Caribbean Islands, 30 Indian Ocean, 32 • Southeast Asia, 33 • South Pacific, 33 Australia, 34 • Alaska, 34 • Galapagos Islands, 25 British Columbia, 36 • New England, 36 • Hawaiian Islands, 37 • New Zealand, 37

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Greece

Sporades

Ionian Islands Saronic Gulf

Cyclades Dodecanese

With warm sun and pure emerald-green water not found anywhere else in Europe, Greece seems to have been created specifi cally for yachting. Hundreds of contrasting islands, irresistible beaches, cosmopolitan ports, historic sites, and fascinating landscapes ensure a cruise fi lled with moments that will remain in your heart forever. 14 — ADY Charter Guide


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The Cyclades Day 1: Athens – Kea, 50 nm • Day 2: Kea – Tinos – Mykonos, 50 nm • Day 3: Mykonos – Delos – Paros, 31 nm Day 4: Paros – Ios, 44 nm • Day 5: Ios – Santorini, 30 nm • Day 6: Santorini – Sifnos, 59 nm Day 7: Sifnos – Serifos – Kythnos, 44 nm • Day 8: Kythnos – Athens, 54 nm

Athens Kea

Tinos Mykonos Delos

Kythnos Paros Sifnos

Ios Santorini

The Cycladic Islands are so close to each other you can easily cruise from one to another, making breathtaking discoveries every day and enjoying the real treasures of nature in the heart of Aegean Sea. On board your yacht, can stop at remote beaches on Milos, Kythnos, and Serifos; visit the caves on Antiparos; explore picturesque villages on Paros, Naxos, and Tinos; and see many other very special places. Thanks to unique weather conditions found in the Aegean Sea, the Cyclades are one of the most luminous spots on the planet. Their stunning beauty has made them a Mecca for photographers.

landscape and traditional buildings. It is considered to be the ideal romantic destination due to it's amazing beaches with volcanic sand.

Santorini

Delos

This magnificent island, which has a still-active volcano beneath the waters of its caldera, is famous for its spectacular sunsets. Santorini has been chosen numerous times as a location for movies, due to it's unique 18 — ADY Charter Guide

Mykonos

Mykonos is the cosmopolitan center of the Aegean and the nightclubbing capital of the eastern Mediterranean. During July and August, the island is a very fashionable destination for throngs of elite visitors from all over the world. Chic clubs and trendy restaurants get busy late at night and the party continues till morning, often moving to the beaches.

Located near Mykonos, Delos is noted for its concentration of fascinating archaeological sites. It offers a true open-air museum filled with unique architectural monuments dating from antiquity.


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The Ionian Islands Day 1: Athens – Zakynthos, 155 Nm • Day 2: Zakinhtos – Kefalonia, 67 Nm • Day 3: Kefalonia – Lefkada, 49 Nm Day 4: Lefkada – Parga, 35 Nm • Day 5: Parga – Ithaki, 71 Nm • Day 6: Ithaki – Sami, 25 Nm Day 7: Sami – Nafpaktos, 65 Nm • Day 8: Nafpaktos – Athens, 98 Nm

Parga

Nafpaktos

Сами

Kefalonia

Ithanki

Lefkada

Zakynthos

Famous for fantastic beaches and gorgeous vegetation, the Ionian Islands in Western Greece comprise one of the most attractive destinations in Europe. This is where you will find the famous island of Skorpio and the family residence of Aristotle Onassis. It was Onassis who began the era of modern luxury sailing with his yacht Christina O. After a complete refit, this magnificent yacht is available for charter, allowing her guests to enjoy her unique heritage of wealth and power. On the islands of Cephalonia and Lefkada you can relax on the Mediterranean’s best beaches, some only accessible by sea. The famous fishing village of Fiskardo, at the northern tip of Cephalonia, is home to taverns that cater to the most sophisticated visitors. On Ithaca, birthplace of 20 — ADY Charter Guide

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legendary Odysseus, you can experience a fascinating window into ancient times. Zakynthos, with its world-famous beach Navagio (Shipwreck), natural beauty, and active nightlife, will definitely steal your heart. While in the islands, you should also visit the majestic capital of Corfu, which bears the imprint of fine Italian architecture and medieval battles. If you are fond of Gerald Durrell’s accounts of his boyhood on Corfu, a short walk by the White House Café, near the Rockefeller residence, will surely refresh your wonderful memories. In addition to their stunning beauty, the Ionian Islands are well-known for their traditional hospitality. People here are open and friendly, and the atmosphere of the islands’ cities and villages is warmed by an infectious love of life.


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Dodecanese Islands Day 1: Samos – Ikaria, 54 nm • DAY 2: Ikaria-Patmos, 32 nm • Day 3: Patmos – Lipsoi, 20 nm Day 4: Lipsoi – Kalimnos, 35 nm • Day 5: Kalimnos – Kos, 17 nm • Day 6: Kos – Tilos, 46 nm DAY 7: Tilos – Simi, 35 nm • Day 8: Simi – Rhodes, 34 nm

Samos

Ikaria Patmos

Lipsoi

Kalimnos

Kos Simi Tilos

Among the most beautiful places in the world, the Dodecanese Islands lie in the southeastern part of the Aegean Sea, near the Turkish coast. Here East meets West: You will be intrigued by the mixture of two very different cultures in these islands. Rhodes is famous for its unique butterfly forest and an evocative castle built by the Knights of St. John in the Middle Ages. Patmos Island also attracts numerous visitors. Pilgrims, especially, come from all over the world to visit the cave where St. John the Divine lived and wrote the Book of Revelation or Apocalypse of John, as well as the monastery housed in a medieval castle. Kalimnos is traditionally the island of divers and sponge collectors, and this profession continues from one generation to the next. Right on the pier, you can buy sponges and absolutely amazing exotic shells. 22 — ADY Charter Guide

Rhodes

The birthplace of Pythagoras, Samos has been one of the most important islands since ancient times. It is distinguished by lush vegetation – unusual in this part of Greece – and is known for its vast beaches and delicious wine. Simi, a small islet lying near the coast of Turkey, may surprise you with its 18th-century neoclassical architecture. It recalls the days when the island was an important trading port and home to many wealthy merchants and ship owners. Lipsoi is one of the quietest and most traditional Greek islands. With beautiful coves, picturesque taverns and peaceful scenery, it’s ideal for serene and relaxed holidays. Kos is the birthplace of Hippocrates. The ancient Asklipion Hospital there is one of Greece’s most interesting archeological complexes. It is open every day but Monday.


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The Saronic Islands Day 1: Athens – Poros, 31 nm • Day 2: Poros – Hydra, 14 nm • Day 3: Hydra – Spetses, 17 nm Day 4: Spetses – Nafplion, 27 nm • Day 5: Nafplio – Porto Heli, 26 nm • Day 6: Porto Heli – Ermioni, 15 nm Day 7: Ermioni – Aegina, 40 nm • Day 8: Aegina – Athens, 18 nm

Athens

Aegina

Poros Hydra

Spetses

Porto Heli Ermioni

Nafplion

Because of its proximity to Athens as well as its natural beauty, the Saronic Gulf is an extremely popular yachting destination for Athenians. The Gulf is full of wonderful islands, secluded bays, clean water, and sun-drenched beaches. It is ideal for short-term escapes from the mainland’s noisy megalopolis on hot summer weekends. On the island of Aegina, there are several picturesque fishing villages and plenty of cozy places for swimming. Most of Greece’s famous pistachios are grown on the island, and they are sold at small stands on every corner. The island is famous for the monastery of St. Nectar the Miracle Worker and for the well-preserved ancient Temple of Goddess Afea. Poros, marked by a clock tower standing proudly over the port, is separated from the Peloponnese peninsula by a narrow strait. Here you will admire a unique natural landscape. In spring, when the lemon forests bloom, the air fills with a magical aroma. Hydra has earned the title of the Mediterranean’s most cosmopolitan 24 — ADY Charter Guide

island and become a favorite vacation spot for Athenian bohemia. Many beautiful mansions here are now the summer houses of rich and famous people. There are also many good restaurants and cozy taverns. You’ll notice that there is absolutely no motorized vehicular transportation on the island. The only alternatives to walking are water taxis and numerous donkeys. On the island of Spetses, there are plenty of sandy beaches and secluded coves. The beauty of this island was described by John Fowles in his legendary novel The Magus. From Porto Heli you can go by taxi to Ancient Epidaurus, whose amphitheatre possesses a unique acoustic phenomenon. The summertime Epidaurus Festival, held in the ancient theatre, celebrates Greek tragedy and attracts the best contemporary actors: Gerard Depardieu, Fanny Ardant, Ian McGregor, and many others. In the historical town of Nafplio, the first capital of modern Greece, a medieval fortress crowns the top of the hill overlooking the sea. From Nafplio, you can visit Mycenae, the legendary palace of Agamemnon.


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The Sporades

Ag. Konstantinos

Athens

The Sporades, in the western part of the Aegean Sea north of the island of Euboea, offer everything a true yachtsman could wish for: quaint fishing villages, crystal-clear water in tranquil bays, and beautiful marinas. There are 11 islands in all, but only four are inhabited: Skiathos, Skopelos, Skyros, and Alonissos. The Sporades are a must-stop for fans of the movie musical Mama Mia, as this is where it was filmed. The Sporades are charming and scenic, with lush green pine forests reaching to the edge of the sea, mountain landscapes, and pure fresh water. Each of these islands possesses its own character and offers a special experience. Skopelos is perhaps the greenest island in all of Greece. It is known for 26 — ADY Charter Guide

Kyra Panagia

Skopelos Alonissos

Trikeri

Peristera

Skiathos

Day 1: Ag. Konstantinos – Trikeri, 33 nm • Day 2: Trikeri – Skiathos, 30 nm • Day 3: Skiathos – Skopelos, 19 nm Day 4: Skopelos – Alonissos, 6 nm • Day 5: Alonissos – Peristera – Kyra Panagia, 18 nm • Day 6: Kyra Panagia – Skyros, 37 nm Day 7: Skyros – Karistos, 68 nm • Day 8: Karistos – Athens, 32 nm

Skyros

Karistos

its beaches and pine forests, as well as for its colorful capital city perched above the island’s main port.. Here, a jumble of whitewashed houses with tiled roofs climb up the steep hill in a maze of narrow streets and staircases. Skiathos is one of Greece’s most beautiful islands. Unique pine forests and olive trees frame its 60 large and small beaches. Choosing the prettiest one is very difficult if not impossible. Because of its location far from the mainland, Skyros has a climate and architecture similar to what’s found in the Cyclades. Alonissos, with emerald waters and dense vegetation, is a perfect place for those seeking solitude and tranquility, combined with traditional atmosphere and extraordinary beauty.


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West Mediterranean

esque fishing villages such as San Fruttuoso, accessible only by sea, the lavish resort towns, like Portofino, with its pastel colored houses, and the two miles of fine quartz sand beaches in Alassio.

Thanks to its mild climate and stunning scenery, the Western Mediterranean is one of the world’s most popular yachting destinations. The region is rich and beautiful with a mind-boggling blend of history, cultures, nationalities, and historical values. The special lifestyle distinctive to the region makes for unforgettable cruising experiences

Corsica

The beautiful island of Corsica, the fourth largest island in the Mediterranean, has become very popular thanks to its proximity to the French Riviera. Corsica is a real cruising paradise, with a wild and often deserted coastline framed by long white beaches and waters of amazing clarity. Brilliant Corsica is the perfect choice for those who want to cruise along pristine seaside landscapes. The island’s western coast is ideal for scuba diving.

Sardinia

Sardinia is a favorite spot for wealthy travelers. An unquestioned advantage of this island is its fantastic beauty and the cleanest and clearest water in all of Italy. Those in the know go to the small village and resort of Porto Cervo, transformed by the famous architect Luigi Vietti into the true pearl of the island. Porto Cervo is at the centre of the most prestigious resort area called Costa Smeralda. Located on a natural harbor, it offers an ideal anchorage for luxury yachts, and international sailing regattas have often been held here.

Cote d’Azur

The allure of the Côte d’Azur has drawn artists, such as Matisse in Nice and Picasso in Antibes, to its shoreline. Now, their artwork contributes to the area’s cultural vivacity. Multiple museums, historical sites and even gambling are just a few diversions offered in addition to the 3,900 events held annually, including the Cannes Film Festival and the Grand Prix of Monaco. Luxuries abound, in the form of the sandy beaches of St. Tropez, the overflowing markets of Antibes and the extravagant boutiques of Nice.

Italian Riviera

The Italian Riviera refers to the coast of Liguria, an area famous for its pedestrian only streets lined with shops and its fresh seafood and pasta served in generous portions. Genoa, located on the Riviera, functions as Italy’s largest port, but also has more than its share of attractions with the second largest aquarium in Europe, its scuba divers’ paradise with the sunken statue “Christ of the Depths” along with its historic regatta held every four years in June. Beyond this bustling city port, are the pictur28 — ADY Charter Guide

Balearic Islands

The small cluster of islands called the Balearics, are situated just off the coast of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea. The group includes the major island of Mallorca, with its cosmopolitan capital, Palma, home to one of Europe’s most celebrated concert halls, the Auditiorio de Palma. Other


Sicily

Italy’s largest island, Sicily is a crossroads of various civilizations and a place where myths and legends come to life. Famous for its vivid architecture and memorable monuments, Sicily is also one of the most interesting Mediterranean islands because of its primeval beauty. Here you will find amazing beaches, bizarre rocks, numerous coves and bays, majestic mountains, and a blanket of green olive groves and citrus gardens. In addition, Sicily is the Mediterranean’s largest volcanic island and home to Mt. Etna, the tallest volcano in Europe. The island’s many picturesque coastal villages and ports make this an ideal place for cruising.

East Mediterranean

islands include Ibiza, Menorca, and Formentera, each one with stunning beaches, Stone Age ruins, Gothic cathedrals and castles, such as Castell de Sant Nicolau, found on the island of Menorca. The smaller island of Cabrera, dedicated as a National Park in 1991, serves as a breeding ground for sea turtles, dolphins and sperm whales and as an important nature preserve for Ospreys, Peregrine Falcons and other birds of prey. Visitors to Cabrera can spot whales off the coast or hike to the 14th century castle. The Balearic Islands offer a unique Mediterranean experience spanning from the ancient to the modern world. There is only one but about this destination – very few yachts can legally charter in Spain.

The Eastern Mediterranean is steeped in history. The birthplace of ancient cultures and civilizations, its main islands were the site of the most important ancient trade routes, opening the way for cultures to spread and grow

Croatia

Croatia has an extensive coastline, full of well-preserved Renaissance towns, beautiful islands and wonderful landscape. The best way for the visitor to discover the Dalmatian coast and truly explore the islands is by cruising with a yacht. Ideal for relaxation with many hidden bays and beaches but at the same time lively and cosmopolitan, with the cities of Dubrovnik and Split, Croatia has become very popular during the last years.

The Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, and time spent here is not soon forgotten. Treasured for its beauty, this coast is one of the world’s most visited places because of fantastic views, brooding cliffs, and cozy bays; an indented coastline dotted with small, picturesque towns, each with its own character; and beautiful lemon, orange, and palm groves. The amazingly clear sea water has also helped to make this one of Italy’s most elite resort areas.

Aeolian Islands

This archipelago of eight small islands is truly beautiful. The islands of Lipari, Vulcano, Salina, Stromboli, Alicudi, Panarea, and Basiluzzo are all remarkable. Known since Greek mythology, these graphic islands of volcanic origin offer an unparalleled combination of wonderful beaches, small medieval towns, and volcanic landscapes. ADY Charter Guide — 29


Turkey

With incredibly stunning places, magnificent natural scenery, and grand ancient monuments reachable only by sea, Turkey is a dream destination for yachting. The coast of Lycia, stretching from Antalya to Izmir, is considered the best place for cruising. Scenic pine forests, rocky shores with small strips of beach, and small and cozy bays invite you to stop and explore. Many large bays, such as Kekova, Gulf of Fethiye, Hisarönü, Yesilova Bay, and Gulf of Gökova make it possible to travel even during severe storms.

The Baltic Sea Cruising the Baltic Sea takes you into the heart of northern Europe to some of the world’s most beautiful cities, including St. Petersburg, Russia; Helsinki, Finland; Stockholm, Sweden; and Copenhagen, Denmark. An inland sea that goes deep into the mainland, its waters are only slightly salty due to river runoff and rainfalls, and there is almost no flow.

Caribbean Islands The Caribbean Sea emanates the exotic with its wealth of gorgeous island locations.

Belize

English speaking Belize, located in Central America on the Caribbean Sea, shares the relaxed feel of the neighboring islands and mixes it with the dramatic ruins and Mestizo Indian culture found on the mainland. Known for its eco friendly tourism, Belize offers handsome colonial architecture, a diving haven just offshore of Placencia, where the second largest barrier reef in the world is located, seaside parks, pristine jungle and busy shopping plazas in Belize City, in addition to its crystal clear Mayan Mountain waterfalls. Belize encourages exploration and has opened many of the restored and unexcavated Mayan ruins to the public.

Costa Rica

The Norwegian Fjords

Divided between the Caribbean Sea on the East and the Pacific Ocean on the West, Costa Rica is rife with prime surf & turf and adventure. Climb to the summit of Volcano Arenal, trek through the rainforest preserved in the Reserva Biológica, or take a quicker tour of the forest by zip-line. Costa Rica spreads its mixture of exotic nature and luxury resorts over 35 beaches, 20 natural parks, unique golf courses and relaxing spas.

Florida Keys Norway’s spectacular fjords are a veritable work of art carved by nature as the glaciers retreated and sea water filled the valleys left behind. Thanks to the warm Gulf Stream, the climate here is gentle and the water almost never freezes. The fjords provide a unique opportunity to cruise amid steep coastlines, view magnificent scenery, and stop at charming local villages. 30 — ADY Charter Guide

A home to artists, writers and musicians, the Keys are famous for their inhabitants, including writers Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, and Shel Silverstein. The Conch Republic draws heavily from its pirateering roots and from the artists who have lived and continue to live here. Ernest Hemingway’s former residence has become a museum and sanctuary for his six-toed cats. The Keys offer everything from the watery wilderness


of the Everglades National Park, which extends into Key Largo to Pride Fest, a celebration founded by Key West’s gay population. The Florida Keys promise a colorful vacation, rife with culture, nature, history and a touch of the literary.

Bahamas

The 700 islands of the Bahamas offer everything from mangrove forests, coral reefs, soft sandy beaches and old world architecture. With an inter-

The Leeward Islands

The Leeward and Windward islands make up the archipelago known as the Lesser Antilles. The Leeward Islands are an ideal place for cruising. The tropical climate prevails throughout the year, and one can swim among coral reefs, explore submerged shipwrecks, and dive into the sea along vertical rock walls on volcanic islands. St. Kitts, Antigua, St. Martin, Montserrat, Guadeloupe, and Dominica, each with its own culture and history, will seduce you into slowing down to an island pace and relaxing completely.

The Windward Islands

Four other islands known especially for their beautiful beaches and great diving are Granada, Dominica, Saint Lucia, and St. Vincent. This is not only about amazing nature and a stunning underwater world, but also about charming seaside ports that date from the colonial era.

Gulf of California/Sea of Cortez

In 2005, 244 islands in the Sea of Cortez (or Gulf of California) were placed on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. This marine paradise, with lots of wondrous islets, is ideal for fishing and diving. There are hundreds of miles of mountainous coastline, rich wildlife, and islets in the clearest water, all enhanced by warm Mexican hospitality and a relaxed lifestyle.

Indian Ocean esting past involving privateering and pirates, these islands attract birdwatchers, beach goers and divers, who are drawn to the Great Bahama Bank, an underwater plateau and reef, and to the sunken Bimini Road, rumored to be a lost outpost of Atlantis. The Bahamas have recently become a modern banker’s oasis, where any whim can be catered to accordingly. Other Bahamian treasures can be found in the Lucayan National Park, which has an extensive and explorable cave system and the beautiful Gold Rock Beach.

British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands are well known as a perfect place for yachting. In centuries past, this was a hiding place for pirates and smugglers. Today it is a region with enviable political stability and favorable ecological conditions. There are many well-protected harbors and a long chain of reefs. The islands offer many white sandy beaches, coral reefs near Anegada, and sand ridges, recalling paintings of Van Dyke.

The Indian Ocean is known for its magnificent complex of tropical islands. Azure water, lots of rocky islands, quiet lagoons, exotic nature, and a unique underwater world capture the hearts of even the most experienced travelers from around the world.

Maldives

Composed of 1,190 coral islands, the Maldives’ reefs support a scintillating variety of marine life in the turquoise waters surrounding each island, perfect for diving or snorkeling. An assortment of fish finds their way each day to the local bustling markets, creating an energetic display of the Maldivian lifestyle. The curved coral mosque of Huskuru Miskiiy, built in 1656 on the island of Malé by the Sultan Ibrahim Iskandhar, stands as a testament to the island nation’s long history and to the natural beauty of the islands’ resources. Maldives promises an interesting excursion, by land or by sea. ADY Charter Guide — 31


Seychelles

The 115 islands in the Republic of Seychelles are divided between the mountainous granite islands, such as the main island of Mahé, or lowlying coral atolls. Culturally diverse, Seychelles offers a unique blend of African, Indian, Chinese and European cuisine and festivities. With their outdoor kitchens, the air fills with the scent of racy aromas and encourages outdoor living. Nearby Praslin, a former haunt for Pirates, features Vallé de Mai’s prehistoric palm forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and once thought to be the original Garden of Eden, as well as some of the area’s most beautiful beaches. While, Mahé offers soaring stone edifices and all of life’s modern luxuries, such as the local airport. On the rustic island of La Digue, traditional boat building and colonial architecture, a style found throughout the island chain, still thrive in this fascinating island nation

Mauritius

The islands of Mauritius mix a land of luxury and sport fishing, with a fusion of culture, from Dutch to French-Creole and Hindu. From the Baix of Tortues, named for the native tortoises, to the Marlin World Cup held each December, Mauritius is known for its wildlife. Alternatively, the metropolitan area of Grand Bay offers shopping, leisure and nightlife, along with the La Cuvette beaches. Each town offers a different cultural flavor and identity from the Hindu temple in Triolet to the Dutch ruins in Vieux Grand Port, and the game reserve in Yemen. The islands of Mauritius extend an uncommon mixture of activities, events and life. 32 — ADY Charter Guide

Southeast Asia Visitors are transfixed by Southeast Asia’s mosaic of landscapes and civilizations. As you cruise here, you will be surrounded by mysterious temples, coral reefs, magical flowers, exotic fruits, and warm hospitality.

Thailand

The Kingdom of Thailand possesses something for everyone, from exploring its preserved natural beauty, traditional temples, and remnants of ancient dynasties to tasting the intricate cuisine and enjoying a vast array of festivals. Summer festivities include the Thai New Year’s “bathing Buddhas,” a ritualistic Rocket Festival in June to celebrate the rice-planting season, and the Elephant Round-up, where you can watch massive pachyderms play soccer. For scuba diving, visit one of Thailand’s Marine Parks located off the coasts of Satun or the Similan Islands. For land based ecotourism, travel to Thung Salaeng Luang National Park. Modern entertainment and marvels can be found in Phuket, Thailand’s “pearl of the south,” which is loaded with amenities and nightlife.

Malaysia

A juxtaposition between modern and historic, Malaysia offers a colorful cultural experience through its summer festivals, parades and cuisine. Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, has one of the world’s tallest skyscrapers, which overlooks the traditional wooden stilt houses. Malaysia


offers a tropical adventure rich with unusual sights, striking temples, and Colonial style architecture, located in an area called Georgetown, as well as ancient mangroves, white sandy beaches and deliciously exotic foods.

Islands of the South Pacific This is indeed a piece of heaven on earth. Crystal-clear blue water, amazing reefs, white sandy beaches, and a tropical climate make these islands a grand destination even for yachtsmen who have seen much of the world and aren’t easily impressed.

Bora Bora

The island of Bora Bora is located in an amazingly beautiful lagoon that is ringed by coral reefs and tiny islands. From the air, it resembles a splendid emerald fortress set in the heart of the atoll, fringed by sapphires and jade. This lagoon is known around the world for its perfect water quality. An especially wonderful spot on the southern tip of the island provides shelter for many fish species. The white sandy bottom here means good visibility, so exploring the underwater world is especially rewarding.

Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands are known as one of the best places for diving due to their combination of beautiful coral reefs and multiple shipwrecks dating from World War II. The wreck of Kinugawa Maru near Bonegi Beach is visible above the water and one can easily swim around it. In the “Iron Bottom Sound,” as this sea is called now, there are more than a dozen wrecks worth studying. The island is also famous for its magnificent landscapes and beaches.

Vanuatu

Vanuatu is a small island state in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. Its unspoiled tropical nature and deeply rooted local culture, passed down for centuries, make this a fascinating place to visit. High volcanic rocks rising above the islands create exceptional observation points for surveying the spectacular waterscapes. Vanuatu is also a real paradise for divers, as the underwater visibility reaches 50 meters.

New Caledonia

These French slands offer a delightful mixture of colorful Melanesian culture and French charm. Here small islands covered by thick mangrove forests rest in the turquoise blue water of reef lagoons. Famous for the world’s second-largest reef ridge, which surrounds the main island of Grande Terre, New Caledonia is a magnificent place for diving and snorkeling.

Fiji

Fiji is the ideal place to relax on beautiful beaches washed by warm, tropical waters. You can enjoy unforgettable diving near the Great Astrolabe Reef and Rainbow Reef. The islands of Fiji are steeped in a rich history and mystical legends. For centuries, their magnetism and the warm sea have attracted sailors and adventurers.

Tahiti

Black-sand beaches are the trademark of romantic Tahiti, which consists of two islands surrounded by transparent blue waters and fine bays. The geography is mountainous, and luxury mansions are perched on high slopes among tropical gardens. There are many lakes and waterfalls, palm trees, hibiscuses, and breadfruit trees, as well as an exotic soundtrack provided by tropical birds. ADY Charter Guide — 33


Southcentral Alaska

Home to over half of Alaska’s population, Southcentral is a playground of activities from world-class fishing to hiking and wildlife viewing. With mountains and lakes, Southcentral offers the advantages of remote wilderness, but is linked via roads. World-class rainbow trout and salmon shimmer brilliantly, beckoning to prospective anglers. Southcentral has the amenities travelers seek, while serving as a gateway to the wilderness experience.

Far North

Australia

As Alaska’s visitors cross the Arctic Circle, legend has it that many pilots give the plane a slight “bump” letting passengers know they’ve crossed the legendary circle. Alaska’s Arctic is home to the Inupiat Eskimos, many who still live a subsistence lifestyle and still preserve their history verbally from generation to generation. The Far North is filled with a rich history and natural wonders, from the gold rush days of yore to the Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve. The communities of Alaska’s Far North are accessible from Fairbanks or Anchorage via jet or small aircraft. This is one of Alaska’s most diverse regions, filled with cultural opportunities, wildlife and a landscape ranging from coastal plains to mountain ranges.

The Galapagos Islands Australia and especially its Great Barrier Reef are perfect for diving enthusiasts. You will be transfixed by fabulous colors and will always treasure this adventure. Australia offers a lot of cruises in unspoiled and stunning areas. Whether you choose a journey from Cairns to the Lizard Island, island hopping on the Gold Coast, exploring the 74 Whitsunday Islands, or simply a one-day trip to the famous Port of Sydney, it will be unforgettable.

Alaska The pristine landscape of the Alaskan territories hosts a variety of natural wonders, including Glacier Bay, 24-hours of straight daylight in summer, and roaming herds of reindeer. The endless daylight ignites parties that last around the clock and form part of the Summer Solstice Festival. The marvel of Mt. McKinley, the highest point in North America, can be found in Denali National Park, home to protected wilderness and a great place to hike and go white water rafting. 34 — ADY Charter Guide

Perhaps the last untouched paradise on earth and one of the world’s most beautiful national parks, the Galapagos Islands form an archipelago consisting of 16 large and many small islands. A nature preserve with amazing diversity of fauna, the Galapagos are known as the “laboratory of evolution.” The flora and fauna found on each island is very different from that found on the others. Despite active volcanoes and harsh terrain, an amazing variety of animals has adapted to the islands’ demanding landscape and climate. These amazing transformations inspired Charles Darwin to write his famous Origin of the Species.

Santa Cruz

The second largest of the Galapagos islands and location of Puerto Ayora, the most populated urban center, Santa Cruz serves as a gateway to the Galapagos Islands. The research and observation station, named for Charles Darwin, and the management of National Park of Galapagos are headquartered here. The island is home to all kinds of animals that inhabit the archipelago.


Las Plazas

Iguanas, crabs, sea lizards, sea lions, and swallowtail gulls are just some of the wildlife that inhabits this gorgeous island.

Seymour

The landscape here is fascinating. Its unique terrain makes it easy to imagine how millions of years ago the island was a hidden underwater plateau that gradually rose above the surface.

Bartolome

Swim and dive at Pinnacle Rock along with penguins, sea turtles, and schools of tropical fish. This is an unforgettable adventure!

British Columbia Originally founded as a fur-trading post, British Columbia’s numerous ports, inlets and islands make for calm waters and smooth sailing, perfect for kayaking and canoeing. Other summer activities include golfing, fishing, whale watching and hiking in one of the 850 parks or on the West Coast Trail, a great place to spot caribou, deer and bears. The landscape includes volcanic mountains, called the Rainbow Range because of the unusually colorful peaks, marshland and pristine beaches. For winter visits, the area found around the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games is perfect for skiing and snowboarding.

Isabela

The largest island, Isabela is dotted with volcanic cones. It is home to penguins, cormorants, and two subspecies of giant turtles, including the endangered Geochelone elephatopus guntheri, of which there are less then a hundred remaining on the planet.

San Cristobal

The main island of the Galapagos archipelago, San Cristobal has two major places for diving: Kicker Rock (in Spanish – Leon Dormido), which consists of the remnants of a volcanic cone ruptured into two parts; and the island of Lobos, also the nesting location of blue-footed boobies.

Floreana

Floreana, the main location in Margret Wittmer’s murder mystery Postlagernd Floreana, is habitat for flamingos. This island offers a remarkable journey into the bright history of the region.

New England Rich in history, culture, and nature, New England is well known throughout the world as a truly beautiful part of the United States and one of the best cruising destinations in the world. In southern New England, especially popular ports include Newport, Rhode Island, and the Massachusetts islands of Nantucket of Martha’s Vineyard, all known for their picturesque mix of history and yachting. In northern New England, Maine’s rugged, rocky coast and uncounted islands offer unsurpassed cruising, with stunning scenery, intriguing wildlife, and nearly endless places to drop the anchor. The region’s many seaports continue their centuries-old maritime heritage and welcome visitors to experience true New England hospitality. ADY Charter Guide — 35


The Hawaiian Islands Mark Twain described the Hawaiian Islands—now part of the United States – as “Beautiful land, with such a climate, that the whole year seems like a wonderful long summer day, where all that dies, does not change, but only falls down in one heaven and wakes up in the other.” The six islands of Aloha indeed are the Treasure Islands, like no other place on earth. Here everything is mesmerizing, from the grand rocks on the coast of Naples on Kaue Island, to lively Waikiki Beach on Oahu, to Papohaku Beach’s miles of white sand on the island of Molokai; from the calm waters of Hulopoe Bay on Lanai Island and the top of Haleakala Crater on Maui Island, to the massive volcano Kilauea on the Big Island. Everyone who visits Hawaii treasures the memory and, most likely, just like Mark Twain, dreams of returning some day.

New Zealand Set in the southwestern Pacific, New Zealand is made up of two large islands—the North Island and the South Island – as well as some small islands. One of the world’s most unspoiled countries, its wide mountain ranges, steaming volcanoes, grand coastline, deep fjords, and wild forests with lush tropical vegetation create a landscape that seems almost surreal. New Zealand is full of remote beaches, clear water, and blue lagoons.

The North Island

The North Island is remarkable for its mineral hot springs, steaming geysers, and restless volcanoes. The islands of the bay encompass numerous national parks, including two that are natural aquariums and home to numerous dolphins, crabs, and large lutianuses. All 150 islets in the bay, with their magnificent beaches and wild landscapes, are well worth visiting.

The South Island

The South Island will surprise you with its combination of azure lakes, rain forests, and mountain ranges covered with snow and glaciers. Enjoy wine tastings at the many vineyards, and swim with seals, dolphins, and even penguins! And do not forget to explore Milford Sound, a beautiful fjord that has been named the world’s top travel destination and the most appealing sight of its kind. The coast of the South Island is graced by numerous secluded coves and anchorages. 36 — ADY Charter Guide


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Yachts: over 60 meters

Motor yachts Lauren L, Moonlight II, O’mega, Samar, RM Elegant, Martha Ann, Sherakhan, Alfa Nero, Lady Lola, Apoise

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Lauren L

length

90m / 296’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2002, full refit 2008 Cassens Werft, Germany Alpha Marine Ltd 20 Sleeping 40 / Cruising 40 20 Double 29 Max. 15 knots / Cruising 14 knots Conference hall, SPA, gym

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Moonlight II

length

85,3m / 280’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2005 Neorion Shipyard, Greece Alpha Marine & H. Poulias, Greece 18 Sleeping 36 / Cruising 36 10 Double, 8 Twin 30 Max 18 knots / Cruising 16 knots BBQ, jacuzzi, SPA, gym ADY Charter Guide — 41


O’Mega

length

83m / 274’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1985 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Co.Ltd Giorgo Vafiades 16 Sleeping 32 / Cruising 32 11 Double, 5 Twin 28 Max 15 knots / Cruising 13,5 knots Gym, beauty salon & SPA

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Samar

length

77m / 252’7”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2006 Devonport Joe Thome 7 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 5 Double, 2 Twin 24 Max 17 knots / Cruising 14 knots Jacuzzi, pool, cinema, gym, sauna ADY Charter Guide — 43


RM Elegant

length

72,48m / 237’53’’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2005 Lamda Shipyard / Nafpigiki Hellas Lally Poulias 15 Sleeping 30 / Cruising 30 2 Double, 13 Convertible 31 Max 18 knots / Cruising 17 knots Jacuzzi for 12 persons, open bar, business center

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Martha Ann

length

70,2m / 230’3”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2008 Lurssen Francois Zuretti 7 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 6 Double, 1 Twin 18 Max 15.5 knots / Cruising 13 knots Jacuzzi, gym, BBQ, stabilizers ADY Charter Guide — 45


length

69,95m / 229’5”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2004 Verkerk Yachting Projects Rijntjes Interior Design 13 Sleeping 26 / Cruising 36 9 Double, 4 Twin 19 Max 12 knots / Cruising 10 knots Gym, beauty salon, jacuzzi, sauna & SPA

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with the courtesy of Camper&Nicholsons Int.

Sherakhan


Alfa Nero

length

82.00 м / 269’03”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2007 Oceanco Albert Pinto 6 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 4 Double, 2 Twin 26 Max 21 knots / Cruising 14 knots Infinity pool ADY Charter Guide — 47


Lady Lola

length

62.60м / 205’ 4”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2002 Oceanco Zuretti Interior Designers 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 12 4 Double, 1 Twin 15 Max 14.5 knots / Cruising 12.5 knots Mini-golf, warming pool, gym

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Apoise

length

67.00м / 219’ 82”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2006 Lürssen Yachts Zuretti Interior Design 6 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 1 Master, 1 VIP, 4 Double 18 Max 16 knots / Cruising 14 knots Six decks, Jacuzzi on the upper deck , Gym, Beauty Salon ADY Charter Guide — 49


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Yachts: 40—60 meters

Motor yachts Panther 2, Big City, Seafaris, Alexandra, Mine Games, Destination Fox Harb’r Too, Vera, Insignia, Chevy Toy 157, One More Toy, Hokulani, Bliss, Ionian Princess, Capri, Carmen Fontana, Monaco, AMZ Sailing yachts Selene, Douce France, Parsifal III, Aurore, Elena, Panorama, Ellen V

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Panther 2

length

41,56m / 136’4”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2008 Mondomarine, Italy Luca Dini 6 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 4 Double, 2 Twin 7 Max 20 knots / Cruising 17 knots Bar & jacuzzi on upper deck

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Big City

length

42,98m / 141’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2009 Trinity Yachts Patrick Knowles 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 12 3 Double, 2 Twin 9 Max 17 knots / Cruising 14 knots Portuguese bridge, Kaleidescape system, jacuzzi ADY Charter Guide — 53


Seafaris

length

41m / 134’6”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2006 Forgacs Shipyard Waterline Pty Ltd 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 5 Double, 2 Convertible 9 Max 20 knots / Cruising 16 knots BBQ Teppanyaki, SPA, gym, cinema

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Alexandra

length

50m / 164’04’’ 

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2002 Benetti Terence Disdale 7 Sleeping 12-14 / Cruising 12-14 5 Double, 2 Twin 12 Max 18 knots / Cruising 16 knots Jacuzzi on sundeck ADY Charter Guide — 55


Gemini

length

18,50 m / 61’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1991, refit 2000 Akroproron Shipyard, Greece Akroproron Shipyard 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 5 Double 1 Max 10 knots / Cruising 9 knots

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Mine Games

length

49,99m / 164’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2007 Trinity Yachts Patrick Knowles 5 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 4 Double, 1 Twin 9 Max 24 knots / Cruising 18 knots Jacuzzi, Triton 1000 submarine, stabilizers

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Shaw McCutcheon Photography

Destination Fox Harb’r Too

length

49,07m / 161’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2008 Trinity Yachts Patrick Knowles 5 Sleeping 11 / Cruising 12 4 Double, 1 Twin 10 Max 20 knots / Cruising 16 knots Rowing machine, jacuzzi ADY Charter Guide — 57


Vera

length

52,00m / 170’ 7”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2000, total refit 2009 Abeking & Rasmussen Luigi Sturchio 6 Speeping 12 / Cruising 12 6 Double 16 Max 15 knots / Cruising 15 knots Jacuzzi on sundeck

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Insignia

length

55,60m / 182’ 4”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1979 Elsflether Werft AG Luiz de Basto Designs 7 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 25 4 Double, 3 Twin 14 Max 15 knots / Cruising 12.5 knots Jacuzzi on sundeck, Gym equipment ADY Charter Guide — 59


Chevy Toy 157

length

47,87m / 157’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2004 Trinity Yachts Scott Carpenter 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 12 4 Double, 1 Twin 8 Max 22 knots / Cruising 13 knots Kaleidescape audio-video library, karaoke, jacuzzi

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One More Toy

length

47,24m / 155’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2001 Christensen Christensen 6 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 6 Double 9 Max 16,5 knots / Cruising 12 knots Jacuzzi, gas BBQ, stabilizers ADY Charter Guide — 61


Ionian Princess

length

45.7m / 150’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2005 Christensen / Palmer Johnson Christensen / Palmer Johnson 6 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 5 Double, 1 Twin 9 Max 20 knots / Cruising 12-15 knots Bar, BBQ & jacuzzi for 10 persons

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Capri

length

58.55 м / 192’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2003 Lurssen Glade Johnson 6 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 4 Double, 2 Twin 15 Max 16 knots / Cruising 15 knots Jacuzzi, gym, heliport ADY Charter Guide — 63


Carmen Fontana

length

42,6m / 139’76”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1992, total refit 2004 Marine Industrial Technologies Ltd., Greece Lally Poulias 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 3 Double, 2 Twin 8 Max 17 knots / Cruising 15 Kn Waverunner

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Monaco

length

39m / 127’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1976, total refit 2007 CRN Ancona CRN Ancona 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 3 Double, 2 Twin 7 Max 15 knots / Cruising 12-13 knots Jacuzzi on sundeck ADY Charter Guide — 65


AMZ

length

42m / 137’24’’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1994, total refit 2008 Marinteknik Verkstadts A Howard & Horstfield 6 Sleeping 11 / Cruising 11 3 Double, 2 Twin, 1 Single 8/9 Max 20.5 knots / Cruising 15.5 knots Jacuzzi & gym on upper deck

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With the courtesy of Camper & Nicholsons International Photographer: Sargentini - Bianchi

Selene

length

56m / 183’8”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2007 Perini Navi Bernadi Chichi 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 12 3 Double, 2 Twin 9 Max 15 knots / Cruising 13 knots Luxurious Art Deco interior ADY Charter Guide — 67


Douce France

length

42,06m / 138’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1998, refit 2008 Prevost Marc Van Peteghem 6 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 3 Double, 3 Twin 7 Max 18 knots / Cruising 16 knots Diving equipment, instructor on board

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With the courtesy of Camper & Nicholsons International

Parsifal III

length

54m /177’1”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2005 Perini Navi Remi Tessier 6 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 4 Double, 2 Twin 9 Cruising 12 knots Jacuzzi, BBQ Teppanyaki & BBQ ADY Charter Guide — 69


Aurore

length

49,8m / 163’4”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2000, refit 2008 Perini Navi Perini Navi Design Studio 4 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 12 2 Double, 2 Twin, 1 Convertible 9 Max 14 knots / Cruising 10 knots

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Elena

length

55m / 180’5”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2009 Factoria Naval de Marin Steve McLaren 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 12 3 Double, 2 Twin 8 Max 13 knots / Cruising 11 knots Cutting-edge audio/video equipment ADY Charter Guide — 71


Panorama

length

54m / 175’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1993 Greece Inhouse 25 Sleeping 54 / Cruising 54 6 Double, 14 Twin, 1 Sofa bed, 4 Triple 16-17 Cruising 13 knots

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Ellen V

length

40,4m / 132’6’’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2001 Perini Navi Perini Navi 4 Sleeping 8 / Cruising 8 2 Double, 1 Twin , 1 Sofa bed 6 Max 12 knots / Cruising 11.7 knots Waverunner, diving gear ADY Charter Guide — 73


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Yachts: 30—40 meters

Motor yachts Endless Summer, Aqua, Peftasteri, Sheleila, AA Absolute, Aspen Alternative, Paradis, Proteus, Pandora, Lucky Seven, Iris, Obsession, The Sultans Way 007, Monte Carlo, AK, My Space Sailing yachts Matina, Aristarchos, Gitana, Iraklis L

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Endless Summer

length

39,6m / 130’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2001 Westport Westport 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 3 Double, 2 Twin 8 Max 24 knots / Cruising 12 knots Jacuzzi for 10 persons, gym, 2 BBQ

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M/V Aqua

length

39,62m / 130’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2007 Custom Jordi Puig 12 Twin converting to Double Sleeping 24 / Cruising 24 12 Twin converting to Double 20 Max 10 knots / Cruising 10 knots

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Peftasteri

length

37,5m / 124’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2009 Technema Posillipo Technema Posillipo 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 4 Double, 1 Twin 6 Max 29 knots / Cruising 24 knots Bar, BBQ & shower on sundeck

78 — ADY Charter Guide


Sheleila

length

36,8m / 120’8”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2002 Guy Couach Frank Relynaud & Elsa Van Loo 4 Sleeping 8 / Cruising 20 2 Double, 2 Twin 4 Max 30 knots / Cruising 27 knots

ADY Charter Guide — 79


AA Absolute

length

36,75m / 120’57’’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1995 Heesen Yachts, Netherlands George Merlos 4 Sleeping 8 / Cruising 8 2 Double, 2 Twin 6 Max 37 knots / Cruising 33 knots 1 Waverunner

80 — ADY Charter Guide


Aspen Alternative

length

36,58m / 120’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2002 Sovereign Patrick Knowles 4 Sleeping 8 / Cruising 12 4 Double 5 Max 23 knots / Cruising 19 knots 2 Waverunners, gym ADY Charter Guide — 81


Paradis

length

36,35m / 120’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1984 Canados, Italy Canados, Italy 6 Sleeping 16 / Cruising 16 3 Double, 1 Twin, 2 Quadruple 7 Cruising 18 knots 2 Waverunners

82 — ADY Charter Guide


Proteus

length

34,55m / 114’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2004 Falcon Falcon 6 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 4 Double, 2 Twin 6 Max 28 knots / Cruising 24 knots Bar on sundeck ADY Charter Guide — 83


Pandora

length

34m / 112’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2005 Ferretti Custom Line, Italy Ferretti 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 3 Double, 2 Twin 6 Max 28 knots / Cruising 16 knots Jacuzzi, bar & BBQ at flybridge

84 — ADY Charter Guide


Lucky Seven

length

34,1m / 111’10”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2001 Westport Westport 4 Sleeping 8 / Cruising 12 3 Double, 1 Twin 4 Max 24 knots / Cruising 20 knots Jacuzzi, spacious bathing platform ADY Charter Guide — 85


Iris

length

30,95m / 101’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2007 Ferreti Custom Line Ferreti 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 12 3 Double, 2 Twin 9 Max 18,5 knots / Cruising 16 knots 1 Waverunner

86 — ADY Charter Guide


Obsession

length

30,8m / 102’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2002 Falcon Falcon 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 3 Double, 2 Twin 7 Max 26 knots / Cruising 24 knots 1 Waverunner ADY Charter Guide — 87


The Sultans Way 007

length

30,91m / 101’4”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2007 Azimut Carlo Galeazzi 4 Sleeping 8 / Cruising 20 2 Double, 2 Twin 4 Max 34 knots / Cruising 30 knots 2 jetsi

88 — ADY Charter Guide


Monte Carlo

length

30,7m / 100’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2000 Falcon Falcon 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 3 Double, 2 Twin 6 Max 27 knots / Cruising 25 knots 1 Waverunner ADY Charter Guide — 89


AK

length

30,7m / 101’3”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2002, refit 2008 Falcon Falcon 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 3 Double, 2 Twin 6 Max 27 Kn, Cruising 24 knots 1 Waverunner

90 — ADY Charter Guide


My Space

length

34.00 m / 111’ 6”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2003, refit 2009 Baglietto Riccardo Cassing 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 12 3 Double, 2 Twin 6 Cruising 27 knots 1 Waverunner, diving equipment ADY Charter Guide — 91


Go

length

39m / 127’ 11”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2010 Feadship PA Architects, the Netherlands 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 3 Double, 2 Twin 7 Max 14 knots / Cruising 12 knots Jacuzzi on sun deck

92 — ADY Charter Guide


Azmim

length

30m / 98’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2010 Tuzla Shipyard 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 1 Master, 3 Double, 1 Twin 4 Max 13 knots / Cruising 12 knots 1 Waverunner, bar on sundeck ADY Charter Guide — 93


Matina

length

38m / 125’4”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2000, refit 2008 Turkey Builder 8 Sleeping 18 / Cruising 18 2 Doubles, 4 Twins, 2 Triples 5/6 Max 12 knots / Cruising 11 knots BBQ, shower on deck

94 — ADY Charter Guide


Aristarchos

length

40m / 131’23’’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2006 Nautor’s Swan, Finland Nautor’s Swan 3 Sleeping 6-7 / Cruising 6-7 2 Double, 1 Triple 6 Cruising 14 knots

ADY Charter Guide — 95


Gitana

length

36m / 118’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1989, refit 2007 Perini Navi Perini Navi 3 Sleeping 9 / Cruising 9 1 Double, 1 Triple, 1 Quadruple 5 Max 12 knots / Cruising 11 knots Home cinema

96 — ADY Charter Guide


Iraklis L

length

35,5m / 118’2”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2009 Perama, “Onar” Ship.Co. Greece Lally Poulias, Greece 6 Sleeping 12+2 / Cruising 14 5 Double, 1 Twin 6 Max 13.8 knots / Cruising 12 knots Piano Clavinova with karaoke ADY Charter Guide — 97


98 — ADY Charter Guide


Yachts: 20—30 meters

Motor yachts Amon, L’esperance, Tugarka, Rena N, Lady Victoria, Bel’ Mare, Reeges Dream, Jojo, Lizzi, Emily Too, Wave Runner, Nitta V Sailing yachts Anassa, Aegean Schatz, Liana H, Prince De Neufchatel, Summer Love, Eleftheria, Gemini, Akana

ADY Charter Guide — 99


Amon

length

27,43m / 90’5’’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2007 Aicon, Italy Marco Mannino 5 Sleeping 10–12 / Cruising 12 3 Double, 2 Triple 5 Max 30 knots / Cruising 25 knots Bar, BBQ, jacuzzi on upper deck

100 — ADY Charter Guide


L’Esperance

length

28m / 92’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2004 Mangusta (Overmarine) Overmarine 3 Sleeping 6 / Cruising 12 2 Double, 1 Twin 3 Max 34 knots / Cruising 27 knots Huge master stateroom with a bed 250х210 ADY Charter Guide — 101


Tugarka

length

27,03m / 88’8”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2008 Ferretti Ferretti 4 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 12 2 Double, 2 Twin 4 Max 27 knots / Cruising 20 knots Jacuzzi, stabilizers

102 — ADY Charter Guide


Rena N

length

26,97m / 88’48”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2006 Azimut Azimut 4 Sleeping 8 / Cruising 8 2 Double, 2 Twin 4 Max 40 knots / Cruising 38 knots Home cinema ADY Charter Guide — 103


Lady Victoria

length

26,82m / 88’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2004 Rayburn Custom Yachts Rayburn Custom Yachts 4 Sleeping 8 / Cruising 12 3 Double, 1 Twin 4 Max 22 knots / Cruising 16 knots jacuzzi

104 — ADY Charter Guide


Bel’ Mare

length

26,45m / 86’9”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2005 Pachoud Motor Yachts Pachoud 3 Sleeping 6 / Cruising 20 3 Double 4 Max 25 knots / Cruising 20 knots Diving equipment ADY Charter Guide — 105


Reeges Dream

length

25,6m / 83’11”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2007 Lazzara Lazzara 4 Sleeping 8 / Cruising 12 4 Double 4 Max 34 knots / Cruising 27 knots Jacuzzi, stabilizers

106 — ADY Charter Guide


Jojo

length

25,18m / 82’7”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2002, refit 2008 Ka Shing Enterprise Ltd Ka Shing Enterprise Ltd 4 Sleeping 8 / Cruising 12 3 Double, 1 Twin 5 Max 17 knots / Cruising 15 knots Cutting-edge communications system on board ADY Charter Guide — 107


Lizzi

length

23,09m / 75’9”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2009 Lazzara Lazzara 3 Sleeping 6 / Cruising 10 3 Double, 2 Convertible 2 Max 25 knots / Cruising 20 knots 1 Waverunner

108 — ADY Charter Guide


Emily Too

length

23m / 76’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2007 Aicon Aicon 4 Sleeping 8 / Cruising 8 2 Double, 2 Twin 3 Max 38 knots / Cruising 33 knots BBQ ADY Charter Guide — 109


Wave Runner

length

20,5m / 68’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2007 Aicon Yachts Marco Mannino 4 Sleeping 8 / Cruising 8 2 Double, 2 Twin 3 Max 30 knots / Cruising 25 knots Bar, BBQ

110 — ADY Charter Guide


Nitta V

length

28,4m / 93’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2007 Elegan Elegan 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 3 Double, 2 Twin 6 Max 26 knots / Cruising 22 knots Bar & jacuzzi on sundeck ADY Charter Guide — 111


Anassa

length

18,9m / 62’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2008 Sunreef Sunreef 5 Sleeping 10–12 / Cruising 10–12 2 Triple, 2 Double, 1 Twin 3 Max 10 knots / Cruising 10 knots

112 — ADY Charter Guide


Aegean Schatz

length

30m / 99’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2006, refit 2007 Yener Yactilik Boatyard, Turkey Yener Yactilik Boatyard 5 Sleeping 10 / Cruising 10 4 Double, 1 Twin 5/6 Max 13.8 knots / Cruising 12 knots Bimini ADY Charter Guide — 113


Liana H

length

28,03m / 92’50”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2004 Neorion Shipyard, Greece Syros Shipyard, Greece 5 Sleeping 12 / Cruising 12 2 Double, 3 Triples 5 Cruising 11 knots 1 Waverunner, piano

114 — ADY Charter Guide


Prince De Neufchatel

length

25,15m / 83’25”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1967, refit 2008 Akerrboom Jahtwerf, Netherlands Akerrboom Jahtwerf 3 Sleeping 4-6 / Cruising 4-6 2 Double, 1 Twin 3-4 Cruising 9 knots

ADY Charter Guide — 115


Summer Love

length

19,81m / 65’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1990 Atlantic Shipyard Atlantic 3 Sleeping 6 / Cruising 6 3 Double 2 Cruising 9 knots

116 — ADY Charter Guide


Eleftheria

length

19,18m / 63’

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

1971, refit 2010 Mavrikos Shipyard, Greece Mavrikos Shipyard 3 Sleeping 6 / Cruising 11 3 Double 2 Max 11 knots / Cruising 10 knots

ADY Charter Guide — 117


Akana

length

31.00m / 101’ 8”

Year Builder Interior Design Cabins Guests Cabin Configuration Crew Speed Special Features

2004 Mutlutur Yachting 7 Sleeping 14 / Cruising 14 5 Double, 2 Twin 5 Max 11 knots / Cruising 10 knots

ADY Charter Guide — 119


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