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Prices are about half of the normal fees for a boat of this size and category! Special Discount for market introduction if you secure your charter by the end of October, 2019! Andrea" is a 36,7 meters luxury yacht designed by the famous architect Stefano Righini and built by the reputable Italian shipyard Baglietto in 1987. Not only Baglietto has a long and prestigious history, but the same applies to Andrea. She and her sister vessel M/Y Pia set a milestone in luxury yachting; both vessels were pinpointed in numerous yachting articles, past and present. Very famous is also her initial owner – a well know jewellery dynasty. Although still in remarkably good shape, the new owners invested a significant sum in upgrading her to the latest safety and technological standards, bring back the interior to its glorious presence, and ensure the highest comforts to its guests. For 12 guests she offers 6 spacious cabins (single, twin, and double bed) located on the lower deck, all with ensuite bathrooms. All cabins are airconditioned, TV and audio system fitted, each with a safebox. Two of the cabins can be further extended by Pullman beds. In every cabin, guests find ample storage and hanging space. The aft deck is excellent for entertaining and outdoor dining, offering two large settees at the very end of the aft deck plus another two settees and deck chairs on each side of the entrance to the main salon. The main salon offers on starboard side a seating area for up to 12 guests in comfort. Located to aft and starboard, there is a beautiful hand-crafted bar with storage for drinks and glasses. Located to aft and port, there is an extensive entertainment system. Forward of the main salon is a large and separated dining salon for up to 12 guests. On the starboard side of the dining salon is a day toilet. On portside, there is the lobby giving direct access to the galley. The galley has its direct access front the dining room, lobby port side deck and crew accommodations and is fully equipped. It is decorated in white Formica with granite tops. Due to her two walk-in refrigerators, she can carry provisions also for longer voyages. Entering the flybridge from the wheelhouse starboard is a helm station. Immediately aft of the helm station is a dining area with bar. Continuing aft is a large built-in settee, surrounding a Jacuzzi. At the very end of the flybridge, one of the yacht’s tender and the jetski are stored while underway. For the comfort of the guests, 6 permanent crew members are taking care, included in the price. Technical data: Overall length: 36,7m (120,5ft), Beam 7.60m, Draft: 3.53m, Gross tonnage: 236 t, Engines: MTU 2x 2,380HP, Propulsion: KaMeWa jets, Diesel consumption at economic speed of 11 kts: 120 ltr/h main engines plus 30 ltr/h generator. Yacht Specifications: Length: 36.70m (120' 5") Total Crew: 5/6 (including Chef) Beam: 7.60m (24' 93") Flag: Cyprus Draft: 3.53 (11' 58") Hull Construction: Aluminium Year Built: 1987 Engines: 2 x 2380 HP MTU Year Refitted: 2018 Cruising Speed: 14 kts (400 ltr/hr) Number of Cabins: 6 Generators: 2 x 45 kW, 1 x 25 kW Onan Total Guests: 12 Water toys for guests: 1 x Tender Commodore Prestige 5.30 m / 130 HP Yamaha, 2 x Jetski 2 x Sea Do Spark 2019 models, 4 x Water skies (2x adults amd 2x children ), 2 x Towable tubes (1 x 2 Rider, 1 x 1 Rider, Towable Sofa, Large floating mattress), Fishing & Snorkeling equipment, 2 x Kayaks, SUP Charter terms: MYBA Charter Agreement
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50% refund up to 30 days prior.
Charter terms: MYBA Charter Agreement in its latest version. The Charter Fee includes the charter of the Vessel with all its equipment in working order; tools; stores; cleaning materials and basic consumable stores for engine room, deck, galley and cabins; laundry of ship’s linen; the crew’s wages, uniforms and food; the insurance of the Vessel and crew as per Clause 16. The Charterer will pay, at cost, for all other expenses. These include, but are not limited to, shoreside transport; fuel for the main engines and generators; fuel for tenders and water sports equipment; food and all beverages for the Charter Party; berthing dues and other harbour charges including pilots’ fees, local taxes, divers’ fees, customs formalities and any charges for waste disposal, charges for water and electricity taken from shore; ships’ agents’ fees where applicable; personal laundry; Charter Party communications and internet use; and hire or purchase costs of any special equipment placed on board at the Charterer’s request.