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Bavaria 40 Vision "Danae" Luxury Sailing Charter In Lavrio, Greece

Cruising Monohull
2007
40 ft
6 Guests

About This Boat

Enjoy sailing along the stunning coastline of Greece! Charter this Bavaria 40 Vision Sailing Yacht for up to six people. Rates as low as €1,150 per week.

Rates:

• January 1, 2017 - March 25, 2017: €1,150
• March 26, 2017 - May 20, 2017: €1,300
• May 21, 2017 - July 1, 2017: €1,850
• July 2, 2017 - July 29, 2017: €2,100
• July 30, 2017 - August 19, 2017: €2,650
• August 20, 2017 - September 02, 2017: €1,750
• September 03, 2017 - September 23, 2017: €2,200
• September 24, 2017 - October 21, 2017: €1,500
• October 22, 2017 - December 31, 2017: €1,150

Damage Deposit:

• €2,000

What You Can Expect:

Our company was established in 1996 providing a complete service for sailing holidays in the cruising destinations of Greece and Turkey.

A network of bases with a friendly and helpful service team on the mainland, the major Greek islands and in Turkey provide complete client service. The company manages a fully equipped fleet of Bavaria yachts and maintains one of the youngest and largest fleets of German and French built yachts in the Aegean and Ionian Seas.

We maintain nine yachts bases:

• Athens (Marina Alimos)
• Corfu (Marina Gouvia)
• Rhodes Base (Marina Mandaraki)
• Kos Island base (Marina Kos)
• Kos Island base (Kardamena Village Port)
• Lavrion Island base (Main Port)
• Lefkas Island base (Main Port)
• Preveza base (Town Quay)
• Marinturk/Göcek

We are looking forward to welcome you to one of our bases in Greece and Turkey.

What To Expect Onboard:

Danae is a 2007 Bavaria 40 Vision Luxury Sailboat powered by 55 hp inboard engine and accommodates up to 6 people.

The Bavaria Vision offers you a bigger sailing area, lead keels, and the ultimate comfort while cruising.  On deck, you will notice a very comfortable cockpit for seating guests and crew. The sail plan allows for enhanced performance under sail while maintaining the stability that will give you a sailing experience not often found on other cruising boats. Below deck, enjoy the wide open spaces featuring a two cabin layout perfect for your family and friend’s sailing adventure. Standard features include a large galley, stylish panoramic windows, plenty of storage, and an abundance of light and ventilation thanks to a combination of skylights and opening ports. The Bavaria 40 Vision is a grand example of Bavaria’s leadership.

Specifications

• Bavaria 40 Vision
• Boat Name: Danae
• Built: 2007
• Cabins: 3
• Berths: 6+2
• Showers: 2
• WC: 1
• Crewed: No
• Overall length: 12,70 m
• Beam: 3,99 m
• Draft: 1,75 m
• Water capacity: 360 l
• Fuel capacity: 210 l
• Engine: 55 hp

Navigation

• Autopilot
• Chart plotter
• GPS
• VHF Radio

Deck

• Bimini top
• Spray hood
• Steering wheel

Under deck

• Inverter 12/220 V

Cabin

• Bed linen
• Showering towels 

Additional Services:

Obligatory Extras

• Final cleaning: €80

Optional Extras

• Outboard: €80 per week
• Skipper: €150 per day
• Safety Net: €150  
• Advanced provisioning: €10 per yacht + the value of the goods
• Wi-Fi router available upon request
Airport shuttle service available upon request
• Early embarkation (the latest by 14:00): €120 *contact us for terms and conditions
• Extra set of Linen & Towels (per person): €7

Details

  • Type: Cruising Monohull
  • Capacity: 6 People
  • Year: 2007
  • Rental Minimum: 7 days
  • Length: 40 ft
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 5 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

Charter Conditions
(This Agreement must be signed before boarding).

The Owner agrees:

1. To fit out the Yacht and to hand her to the Charterer, without crew, clean, ready for sea with all the gear and equipment indicated in the Yacht’s brochure as well as its inventory list and in proper running and seaworthy condition at

2. To ensure the Yacht and her equipment against fire, marine and collision risks and third party damage and against any and all loss or damage in excess of and the charterer shall, therefore, be relieved of any and all liability which is covered by the said Policy, provided that such loss or damage is not caused or contributed to by any act of cross negligence or willful default on his part. Should the Owner fail or elect not to effect such insurance he shall assume the same responsibilities as if the Yacht were so insured, but he shall not be under any liability for the loss or damage to the personal property of or for any injury to the Charterer or any person onboard with his permission.

3. To employ every reasonable effort to ensure delivery of the Yacht on the date and at the place mentioned in Clause 1 and 3 (a) hereof, but if for any cause whatsoever the yacht shall not be available, the Charterer shall have the right of choice of one of the following possibilities:

• Provided that the following charter commitment of the Yacht allows it and that the Owner agrees to prolong the period of the charter by the same length of time by which the delivery has been delayed.
• To leave the date of termination unchanged as in Clause 1 thereof and to be refunded by the Owner with an amount proportional to the time by delivery was delayed at the rate corresponding to the total charter fees in Clause 1 hereof.
• If the delay of delivery exceeds one-fourth (1/4) of the total charter time, to cancel this Agreement and he refunded by the owner with the total amount paid for this charter.

In any of the events mentioned in this Clause, neither party shall be liable to pay to the other any other compensation for any loss or damage resulting from the curtailment.

The Charterer agrees:

1. To redeliver the Yacht to the Owner at cleaned-up along with all her equipment, in the same good condition as she was at take-over, at the time designated in the Clause 1, unless the yacht has become a total loss. If he shall for any reason fail to deliver the Yacht at the aforesaid date and time, to pay to the Owner demurrage at the rate of the charter price per day of this Agreement increased by fifty percent (50%) for every day or fractional part of a day thereafter until delivery has been effected. If he leaves the yacht at any place other than the place designated in this Clause, to pay to the Owner all expenses involved in transferring the yacht to the place of redelivery and pro-rata demurrage as above for the number of days required for this transfer, as well as for any loss or damage not covered by the insurance policy, which may occur on or to the yacht until she has been taken over again by the Owner.

2. To leave on deposit and as guaranty with the Owner on taking over the Yacht the to meet it whole or in part any claim by the Owner in respect of any loss or damage to the yacht and/ or her equipment not recoverable under the policy of insurance as in Clause 3(b) hereof and for any claim by the Owner in respect of the provisions of Clause 4(a) above. The aforesaid deposit shall be refunded to the Charterer, subject to the provisions above, after inspection of the yacht, her gear and her by the Owner.

3. Not to use the yacht for racing or for towing other craft, except in an emergency, or generally for any purpose other than that of private pleasure of the Charterer and his party which should include not less than 1 qualified Skipper and 1 experienced crew member, but not more than persons in all at sea, or to accommodate aboard any person other than those shown on the crew/ passenger manifest. Not to take the Yacht neither to allow her to be taken outside the area of the Hellenic seas nor to sublet the Yacht without the written consent of the Owner.

4. Not to allow any person on board to commit any act contrary to the customs laws of Hellas or of any country or contrary to the laws pertaining to fishing or underwater diving nor to seek and/ or take possession of objects of archaeological nature or value. In any case, such act is committed, this Agreement shall thereupon be terminated, but without prejudice to any rights of the Owner and that the Charterer shall carry alone any resulting responsibilities and he shall answer alone to the appropriate Authorities.

5. To take any possible preventive measure and precaution to avoid bringing the Yacht in any condition in which the Yacht will need to be towed to any point by another vessel, but should such a necessity arise, despite the Charterers efforts, to negotiate and agree with the captain of the other vessel on the price to be paid before allowing the yacht to be towed.

6. Not to leave a port or anchorage if the wind force is or is predicted to be over six (6) of the Beaufort scale or if the harbor Authorities have imposed a prohibition of sailing or while the yacht has unrepaired damage or any of her vital parts such as engine, sails, rig, bilge pump, anchoring gear, navigation lights, compass, safety equipment, etc. are not in good working condition or without sufficient reserves of fuel or in general, when weather conditions or the state of the yacht or its crew or a combination of them concerning the safety of the yacht and her crew is doubtful.

7. When necessary, to promptly reduce canvas and not to allow the yacht to be found sailing under an amount of canvas greater than the one ensuring comfortable sailing without excessive strains and stresses on the rigging and the sails, not to sail the yacht in any area not sufficiently covered by the charts at his disposal or without having previously studied the charts of the area and other printed aids on board thoroughly, not to sail the yacht at night without sufficient watch on deck.

8. To keep the yacht’s logbook up to date, noting each day the port of call, the state of the yacht and its equipment, any change in the composition of the crew when at sea regularly, the times, positions, weather conditions, sail plan and hours of engine operation.

9. To plan and to carry out the yacht’s itinerary in such a manner as to reach the port of call farthest away from the point at which the yacht must be returned to the Owner (Turn- Around Point) within the first one-third (1/3) of the charter period and that two days prior to the termination of the charter the yacht’s port of call shall lie at a distance not greater than forty (40)N.M. from the point at which the yacht is to be returned to the owner.

10. To report by telephone or cable to the Owner at reasonable intervals the position and state of the yacht and of her passengers, as well as in the event of any damage to the yacht.

11. To study and acquire a working knowledge of any printed matter pertaining the proper handling of the yacht and to the conditions in the cruising area, which may be made available to him by the owner.

It is hereby further agreed by and between the parties hereto:

# This agreement is entered into on the basis of the Charterer’s competence in sailing, seamanship, and navigation stated by him in writing and in the event of any error, omission or misinterpretation in this respect being subsequently discovered, the owner shall be entitled to terminate this Agreement forthwith and to retain the charter fees.

# The owner (or his representatives) may require the Charterer and his crew to demonstrate their competence in handling and navigating the yacht safely by actually operating the yacht at sea with the owner (or his representative aboard and should the Charterer and/ or his crew fail to satisfy the owner in this respect, the owner may terminate this Agreement as stated in Clause 5 above or place aboard the yacht a seaman, if one acceptable by both the owner and the Charterer, for as many days as the owner will consider necessary for the safety of the yacht and her passengers and any time required for this test of the Charterer’s competence and seamanship would be part of the agreed Charter period.

# The delivery of the yacht to the Charterer will be made at the commencement of the charter period as designated in Clause 1. The time required to demonstrate the yacht to the Charterer and to familiarize him with her should be part of the agreed charter time. The fees use of the yacht will be granted to the Charterer after he has signed the take-over form.

# Before signing the aforesaid form, the Charterer shall have the right to inspect the yacht, her gear, and her inventory thoroughly to ascertain that all are available in good working condition, except as may be noted thereon, but the signature of the take-over form by the Charterer shall be deemed to imply acceptable of the yacht, which thereafter will be in the Charterer’s full, responsibility and the Charterer shall have no right to claim any loss of item or expense occasioned by any accident or breakdown or failure of any part of the yacht.

# After take-over, expenditures for port-dues, water, fuels, oils and any other stores required, as well as the repair of any damage or failure that may occur while the yacht is in the Charterer’s responsibility and which are not the result of normal and natural worn shall be made by the Charterer at his expense, provided there has been previously obtained consent from the Owner of the technical suitability of repairs to be made. In the case of repairs of damages or failures resulting clearly from normal and natural wear, the Charterer shall previously obtain the owner’s consent with regard to the cost and technical suitability of these repairs and the Charterer shall collect the pertinent receipts against which he shall be refunded by the owner at the end of the charter.

# If any accident or damage is caused by the yacht, the Charterer shall request from the nearest port Authority to ascertain the damage or accident and the circumstances in which it has been caused and to make a written record and statement about it and he shall notify the owner at the same time.

# In the event of cancellation of the charter by the Charterer, for any reason except of as mentioned in Clause 3(c)(iii), after signing this Agreement, all advance payments made up the date of cancellation will be retained by the owner, and the owner reserves the right to refund the said deposits only if he succeeds in letting the yacht to another Charterer for the same period and under the same conditions. In the event that the Charterer should elect to terminate the charter and deliver the yacht prior to the date designated in this Agreement, the owner shall not be liable to the return of any proportional part of hire money.

# Should the yacht become an actual or constructive total loss before or during the charter period, this Agreement shall be deemed to be at an end the Charterer shall recover from the owner all charter monies paid in advance to the owner only in case the loss has occurred before the charter period, or during the charter period, provided that the Charterer or his crew were not responsible for the loss.

# The special provision, if any, set out in the Schedule hereto are fully accepted and form part of this Agreement.

# The Agents of the owner Messrs act in good faith on behalf of both owner and Charterer but contract as Agents only and in no way pertinent legislation of Hellas either party, except for the responsibilities provided by the pertinent legislation of Hellas.

# In the event of any dispute arising between the parties hereto with respect to this Agreement or anything herein contained the same shall be referred to two Arbitrators in Hellas one to be appointed by each party, whose decision shall be final or to an Umpire to be appointed by such Arbitrators, if and when they shall disagree, the decision in such event of the Umpire to be final.

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • 3 Cabins
  • Wheel steering
  • Bimini
  • Outboard Engine
  • Inboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Single Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Inverter
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Berth
  • Furling Mainsail
  • Head

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Meet Lila

Lila

From Athens

Member Since Mar 2014

Contact Owner
  • Listing Address
  • Leoforos Miki Theodoraki
  • Lavrio Port
  • Lavrio, Attica 195 00,
  • Greece
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