1. Sail IRIS Our Bali 4.1 Cruising Catamaran Rental in Aegean Sea
  2. Sail IRIS Our Bali 4.1 Cruising Catamaran Rental in Aegean Sea
  3. Sail IRIS Our Bali 4.1 Cruising Catamaran Rental in Aegean Sea

Sail IRIS Our Bali 4.1 Cruising Catamaran Rental in Aegean Sea

We would love to welcome you on board of IRIS, our beautiful brand-new sailing catamaran! Matern Yachting M.C.P.Y. is a charter company based in Kavala, Greece. We offer a catamaran charter with Bali 4.1 Iris starting in 2020 in the Northern Aegean Sea. We are a family from Bulgaria, who in 2016 decided to follow their dream of buying a catamaran. Our ultimate goal was to buy a catamaran and place it in a crewed charter program as owner operators. We decided to call her IRIS - the Goddess of the Rainbow in Greek Mythology. IRIS served as a messenger from Mount Olympus. She would use her pitcher to scoop up water from the ocean and carry it into the clouds. Sailing in the Aegean Sea Best choice for an unforgettable holiday Best Times: June - October The Aegean sea is the area of the Mediterranean Sea between Greece and Turkey. There are 11 main islands in the the Aegean: Thassos, Samothraki, Limnos, Agios, Efstratios, Lesbos, Chios, Oinouses, Psara, Samos, Icaria, and Fournoi. Sailing the Aegean is an idyllic voyage in blue waters, ancient history and rich culture. Chartering on a private yacht in the Aegean sea of Greece is all about relaxation and pleasure. Whether the gentle sea breezes that rarely get above a Force 5 or the stunning scenery and sea, you will be soothed by all you see and feel in this stunning part of the Greek Mediterranean. Where in July and August on the Aegean the sailing can verge on the extreme, you can comfortably sail out to sea on the Aegean on most days. All crew members will enjoy sailing on IRIS and the long lunches with the local cuisine on the major islands of the region, while the children will love the beaches and walks through the countryside. Kavala-Thassos Best Times: May - October Thassos (Greek: Θάσος, Thásos), the island of the Sirens, offers you as many options as there are colours in the blues of the sea and sky, the greens of the trees and the golden hues of the sandy beaches. Thasos is also the name of the largest town of the island (officially known as Limenas Thasou, "Port of Thasos"), situated at the northern side. Thassos island is known from ancient times for its termae making it a climatic and balneoclimateric resort area. Thassos is characterized by its high peeks, busy taverns and lofty pines. Be sure to see the ancient agora; the sanctuaries of Herakles, Dionysos, Artemis and Poseidon, the Acropolis with its incredible view and the 5th century BC theatre – all testament to the island’s long history.Join us on these 3 and 4 day sailing cruises to experience unforgettable, private sunsets! Samothraki - Limnos Best Times: May - October Samothraki island is referred to as the Island of the Great Gods is adorned with Mount Saos, the highest mountain in the Aegean. The island with its steep peaks, ancient legends, pebbly beaches, streams and rivers, famous springs and archaeological finds are just what explorers and adventure lovers could ever wish for. Further south are Limnos and the island of Hephaestus, the Aegean’s eighth largest island. Here you will find a petrified forest, a castle, tame deer, traditional villages that resemble amazing paintings, rich history, vibrant nightlife, sites that are lost in the mists of time, and over 100 beaches. Here you can enjoy tasty lunch or dinner after your sailing in one of the many fish taverns. Agios Joiannis, Fanari, Spillia and Barbarezou are the most visited beaches here, but their virginity isn't lost. Northern Sporades Best Times: May - October. The Northern Sporades are an archipelago along the east coast of Greece in the Aegean Sea. They consist of 24 islands, four of which are permanently inhabited: Alonnisos, Skiathos, Skopelos and Skyros. Dense vegetation, rocky landscapes, and pure blue seas: a uniquely alternative destination. Sail to Skiathos to discover its hidden beauties. Did you know that the island of Alonissos is home to the Mediterranean Monk Seal (: monachus monachus), one of the biggest seal species? Are you a movie fan? Trace the paths of the exciting film “Mamma Mia”! Yes, the amazing chapel on the rocks (where the wedding ceremony took place) really exists! It’s “Saint Ioannis Chapel” in Skópelos! Come island-hopping in a paradise island complex with IRIS! A week of sailing, fun and adventure will cost you €6300 per week with IRIS. If you wish to receive further information don't hesitate to contact us! Looking forward to set sails with you on board of IRIS!

Captain is optional.
You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
Capacity
8 guests
Sailing
Cruising Catamaran
SM

Owner:Silvia

We would love to welcome you on board of IRIS, our beautiful brand-new sailing catamaran! Matern Yachting M.C.P.Y. is a charter company based in Kavala, Greece. We offer a catamaran charter with Bali 4.1 Iris starting in 2020 in the Northern Aegean Sea. We are a family from Bulgaria, who in 2016 decided to follow their dream of buying a catamaran. Our ultimate goal was to buy a catamaran and place it in a crewed charter program as owner operators. We decided to call her IRIS - the Goddess of the Rainbow in Greek Mythology. IRIS served as a messenger from Mount Olympus. She would use her pitcher to scoop up water from the ocean and carry it into the clouds. Sailing in the Aegean Sea Best choice for an unforgettable holiday Best Times: June - October The Aegean sea is the area of the Mediterranean Sea between Greece and Turkey. There are 11 main islands in the the Aegean: Thassos, Samothraki, Limnos, Agios, Efstratios, Lesbos, Chios, Oinouses, Psara, Samos, Icaria, and Fournoi. Sailing the Aegean is an idyllic voyage in blue waters, ancient history and rich culture. Chartering on a private yacht in the Aegean sea of Greece is all about relaxation and pleasure. Whether the gentle sea breezes that rarely get above a Force 5 or the stunning scenery and sea, you will be soothed by all you see and feel in this stunning part of the Greek Mediterranean. Where in July and August on the Aegean the sailing can verge on the extreme, you can comfortably sail out to sea on the Aegean on most days. All crew members will enjoy sailing on IRIS and the long lunches with the local cuisine on the major islands of the region, while the children will love the beaches and walks through the countryside. Kavala-Thassos Best Times: May - October Thassos (Greek: Θάσος, Thásos), the island of the Sirens, offers you as many options as there are colours in the blues of the sea and sky, the greens of the trees and the golden hues of the sandy beaches. Thasos is also the name of the largest town of the island (officially known as Limenas Thasou, "Port of Thasos"), situated at the northern side. Thassos island is known from ancient times for its termae making it a climatic and balneoclimateric resort area. Thassos is characterized by its high peeks, busy taverns and lofty pines. Be sure to see the ancient agora the sanctuaries of Herakles, Dionysos, Artemis and Poseidon, the Acropolis with its incredible view and the 5th century BC theatre – all testament to the island’s long history.Join us on these 3 and 4 day sailing cruises to experience unforgettable, private sunsets! Samothraki - Limnos Best Times: May - October Samothraki island is referred to as the Island of the Great Gods is adorned with Mount Saos, the highest mountain in the Aegean. The island with its steep peaks, ancient legends, pebbly beaches, streams and rivers, famous springs and archaeological finds are just what explorers and adventure lovers could ever wish for. Further south are Limnos and the island of Hephaestus, the Aegean’s eighth largest island. Here you will find a petrified forest, a castle, tame deer, traditional villages that resemble amazing paintings, rich history, vibrant nightlife, sites that are lost in the mists of time, and over 100 beaches. Here you can enjoy tasty lunch or dinner after your sailing in one of the many fish taverns. Agios Joiannis, Fanari, Spillia and Barbarezou are the most visited beaches here, but their virginity isn't lost. Northern Sporades Best Times: May - October. The Northern Sporades are an archipelago along the east coast of Greece in the Aegean Sea. They consist of 24 islands, four of which are permanently inhabited: Alonnisos, Skiathos, Skopelos and Skyros. Dense vegetation, rocky landscapes, and pure blue seas: a uniquely alternative destination. Sail to Skiathos to discover its hidden beauties. Did you know that the island of Alonissos is home to the Mediterranean Monk Seal (: monachus monachus), one of the biggest seal species? Are you a movie fan? Trace the paths of the exciting film “Mamma Mia”! Yes, the amazing chapel on the rocks (where the wedding ceremony took place) really exists! It’s “Saint Ioannis Chapel” in Skópelos! Come island-hopping in a paradise island complex with IRIS! A week of sailing, fun and adventure will cost you €6300 per week with IRIS. If you wish to receive further information don't hesitate to contact us! Looking forward to set sails with you on board of IRIS!

Features & Details

Length
41ft
Year
2019
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Fishing gear
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Watersports Equipment
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Outboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Twin Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Inverter
  • Berth
  • Head
  • Licensing Required

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

50% refund up to 30 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

In the event of the Client's cancellation of the booked accommodation onboard due to any reason whatsoever, he/she shall be obliged to notify the Company, thereof in writing, and in respect, he shall be charged for amend as follows: ◦ up to 50% of the full accommodation rate if the cancellation has been done up to 30 calendar days prior to the starting date of accommodation; ◦ up to 100% of the full accommodation rate if the cancellation has been done less than 30 calendar days prior to the starting date of accommodation; ◦ The date of the receipt of the cancellation notice in writing shall be the basis for the settlement of the stated cancellation charges. Should the Company cancellation be caused by the Force Majeure, or any objective reasons whatsoever (serious damage of the vessel during prior bookings), the Client shall be reimbursed by: ◦ 100% of the payment to be returned to the Client. In the event of damage or loss of any parts of the vessel during prior accommodation, which are not essential for the navigation safety, and should a course or event be cut short by the breakdown or damage of the vessel before the starting date of the following accommodation, the Client shall not be entitled to any cancellation of the accommodation service or to demand a reduction of the accommodation rate.

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