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41ft "Andros" Hanse Cruising Monohuill Rental In Alimos, Greece

Cruising Monohull
2013
41 ft
6 Guests

About This Boat

Enjoy sailing in Alimos, Greece! Charter the 41 feet "Andros" Hanse 415 Cruising Monohuill for up to 6 people. Rate as low as €1,750 per week.

Rates: (rates are per week)

• January 1, 2018 - April 27, 2018: €1,750
• April 28, 2018 - May 25, 2018: €2,050
• May 26, 2018 - June 22, 2018: €2,750
• June 23, 2018 - August 3, 2018: €3,195
• August 4, 2018 - August 17, 2018: €3,745
• August 18, 2018 - August 31, 2018: €3,145
• September 1, 2018 - September 21, 2018: €3,145
• September 22, 2018 - October 19, 2018: €2,600
• October 20, 2018 - December 31, 2018: €1,800

Rates may change without prior notice, contact us for more details.

What To Expect Onboard:

The 41 feet "Andros" Hanse 415 Cruising Monohuill can accommodate up to 6 persons. This boat is powered by 1 X 40 Hp engine. She has 3 cabins and 2 heads.

Specification

• Yacht Type: Sailing Yacht
• Yacht Builder: Hanse Yachts, Hanse 415
• Name: Andros
• Built Year: 2013.
• Length: 12.4m
• Beam: 4.17m
• Draft: 2.1m
• Cabins: 3
• Berths: 6 + 2
• WC: 2
• Main Sail: Full Batten
• Genoa: Self Tacking Jib
• Steering: 2 Steering Wheels
• Fuel Tank: 160l
• Water Tank: 520l
• Engine: 1 X 40 Hp
• Base: Athens, Marina Alimos (Kalamaki), Saronic Gulf - Greece

Equipment

• Winch handles
• Hot water
• Fenders
• Electric anchor windlass
• Dinghy
• GPS chart plotter
• Bilge pump - Electric
• Radio CD mp3 player
• Cockpit table
• Barometer
• Anchor with chain
• Wind instrument/Anemometer
• Teak cockpit
• Indoor speakers
• Swimming ladder
• Bimini top
• Cockpit/stern, outside shower
• Autopilot
• Solar panels
• Bosun's chair (Safe seat) (boatswain's chair)
• Echosounder/Depthsounder
• Battery charger
• VHF radio
• Oars (Paddles)
• Sprayhood
• Electric toilet
• Inverter
• Black Water Tank

Additional Services:

Obligatory

• Starter pack welcome kit, final cleaning, bed sheets & towels, spare bottle of gas: €120,00 per booking

Equipment (on demand)

• Outboard engine €40,00 per week
• Extra bedlinen: €10,00 per set
• Railing net (Safety net): €200,00 per booking
• Beach towels: €10,00 per set
• Life jacket (children): €30,00 per piece
• Kayak: €80,00 per week
• Stand up paddle (SUP): €80,00 per week

Service (On Demand)

• Family pack Rail (safety) net, junior life jackets: €350,00 per booking
• Fast Track pack Fast track access to the yacht: by 14:00h: €100,00 per booking
• Hostess + provisioning + taxes: €120,00 per day + food
• Internet pack 5GB: €30,00 per week
• Late check in Check-in after 19:00 or the next morning: €100,00 per booking
• Cook + provisioning + taxes: €130,00 per day
• Provisioning + the cost of the ordered provisions: €10,00 per booking
• One way fee Athens-Lavrion: €200,00 one-way
• One way fee In between Dodecanese or Sporades or Cyclades: €400,00 one-way
• One way fee Athens-Cyclades/Sporades: €600,00 one-way
• One way fee Athens-Ionian: €700,00 one-way
• One way fee Athens-Sporades: €700,00 one-way
• One way fee Athens-Dodecanese: €700,00 one-way
• Overnight on board for the night before charter or after charter: €25,00 per person
• Skipper + provisioning + taxes: €150,00 per day + food
• Deposit insurance non-refundable: €300,00 per booking
• VIP Pack Airport/Port welcome, transfer to the yacht, welcome pack with sparkling wine and fruits: €140,00 per booking

Details

  • Type: Cruising Monohull
  • Capacity: 6 People
  • Year: 2013
  • Rental Minimum: 7 days
  • Length: 41 ft
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 5 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

Services for Bare Boat Charter

Yacht Provisioning

Organize your shopping/provisions in advance simply by sending us your requirement provision list two weeks prior to your charter departure. The goods will be delivered directly to your boat just before embarkation.

Frequently Asked Question

What should I bring with me?

Luggage It is better to travel with flexible, soft, foldable luggage. Avoid large, boxy suitcases.

Sunglasses At least two pairs of sunglasses with neck chain to avoid loss.

Skin protection The sun in Greece is especially strong, and therefore a good sunscreen or blocking lotion or cream is necessary. Avoid oily, greasy applications, which are slippery and pose a danger on board. To continue your protection, bring with you after sun lotions or skin softeners.

Medication Prescription or other medications should be brought in quantities to last the duration of your vacation. A First Aid Kit is always available on board for use.

Clothing Casual comfortable clothes are best. Bring at least two bathing suits, T-shirts, shorts and lightweight cotton sweaters, jeans and shirts. In April and May and from mid-September through October, evenings and even days may be cool, so please bring a warm sweater or sweatshirt and a light jacket or windcheater. For entertaining and on-shore dining and dancing, you may wish to have an easy-care dress- up outfit with you.

Head protection For protection against sunstrokes of prolonged exposure to the sun, a hat, cap or scarf is most important.

Footwear Soft or rubber white soled footwear or boat shoes are a must. Wear standard shoes for on-shore use only.

How do my friends, family and business colleagues reach me during the cruise?

Most vessels are equipped with the latest communication equipment including cellular service, global satellite telecommunications, personal computers and fax machines. You might also choose to bring your laptop for personal use of e-mail service.

Does the yacht have laundry facilities?

Almost all large yachts have fully-equipped laundry facilities on board for the stewards to handle a large amount of linen and crew uniforms. Few yachts carry the guest's laundry, however, many crews are willing to take your laundry to the professionals ashore.

Will I experience seasickness?

This situation is hard to predict. In fact, you may be the best judge based on previous experience. If you are worried about seasickness, check with your local pharmacist for special medication before you leave home. If you are new to yacht chartering, let the crew know: they will make your trip as comfortable as possible by recommending routes in protected waters and keeping tabs on changing weather conditions.

Can I bring my pet on board?

Yachts do not permit guests to bring pets on board for several reasons. The crew is required to maintain rigid hygiene standards for all their guests and there is a potential of allergic reactions from animals remaining on board. Animals are typically not accustomed to the strict confinement of a ship and an active cruising itinerary can be quite uncomfortable for pets. However, your broker will be at your disposal for any discussion on this.

Is smoking allowed on yachts?

For safety reasons, mainly, the prevention of fire and additionally in order to keep the interior clean, smoking is not allowed at the cabins but only in deck areas, at the dining room & day areas.

What kind of additional services do you offer?

We are able to offer the following services if requested, with an additional cost:

· Private Jets

· Helicopter Hire

· Exclusive Villas

· Royal Suites & High class rooms among the most prestigious hotels

· Chauffeur Transport Services

· VIP transport from highly trained personnel

· Yacht Supplies

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Bimini
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Single Engine
  • Inverter
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Berth
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail
  • Watersports Equipment
  • Head

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Apostolos

From Piraeus - Athens - Greece

Member Since Nov 2014

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