1. Charter 37' "Allegro" Sailboat in Azores, Portugal
  2. Charter 37' "Allegro" Sailboat in Azores, Portugal
  3. Charter 37' "Allegro" Sailboat in Azores, Portugal

Charter 37' "Allegro" Sailboat in Azores, Portugal

Enjoy the wonders of the islands of Santa Maria and Sao Miguel by captaining a modern sailboat! Charter 37 feet "Allegro" Sailboat for up to 8 people. Rates includes VAT, fees of the Vila do Porto Marina, bed linen, towels, kitchen utensils, basic cleaning products for bathroom, kitchen, Plastimo binoculars, gas cylinder, snorkeling equipment for 4 people, inflatable dinghy and engine. Rate as low as €1,400 for 4 days. Rates: Low Season (October 15 - April 30): • 4 days: €1,400 • Week: €1,900 • Weekend: €900 Mid Season (May 1 - June 30): • 4 days: €1,800 • Week: €2,400 • Weekend: €1,100 High Season (July 1 - September 15): • 4 days: €2,100 • Week: €2,800 • Weekend: €1,300 Deposit: • €2,000 Type of Experience: Get to know the first island of the Azores to be discovered and the largest island of the archipelago, sailing smoothly between the two islands. What You Can Expect: Suggested Itinerary: Day 1 Sail along the coast of the island of Santa Maria, as did Cristóvão Colombo on the return leg of his first voyage to America in 1493, and explore the enchanting coves and bays with white sand. End the day at one of the restaurants or pubs of the oldest town of the Azores. Day 2 Sail to the island of São Miguel and head to the Ponta Delgada Marina. Day 3 Set this day aside to get to know the lush landscape of Sete Cidades and the town centre of Ponta Delgada. Day 4 Sail along the south coast of São Miguel and overnight at the Vila Franca do Campo Marina. Day 5 Take advantage of this day to relax and visit the Fogo and Furnas Lakes. Day 6 Sail to the island of Santa Maria passing through the nature reserve of the Formigas Islets and the Dollabarat Reef. What To Expect Onboard: The 37 feet "Allegro" Dufour 380 Grand Large Sailboat is a 2014 model. Powered by Volvo D2-30 diesel engine. This boat has 3 cabins and 1 toilet. She was equipped with genoa furling system, full batten mainsail, bimini canopy; spray hood, Aft deck and platform in natural teak, electric winch, GPS plotter, Probe; VHF radio, Radar, AIS, Satellite phone, auxiliary boat with outboard engine (dinghy), life raft, Audio radio with USB port and 3.5mm audio jack, 4 speakers (2 cockpit, 2 hall), LCD panel with DVD, CD, oven and microwave, wine cellar, electric refrigerator in the kitchen, ice box on the cockpit table, bed linen and towels, Kitchen and on-board table utensils. Additional Service: Iridium 9555 Satellite Phone • Day: €25.00 | Week: €150.00 • Deposit: €250.00 (refundable upon return of the equipment under the same conditions of delivery); • Communications not included: prepaid cards available if requested at least 15 days in advance. GoPro Hero 3+ Black Edition Camera • Day: €5.00 | Week: €35.00 • Deposit: €150.00 (refundable upon return of the equipment under the same conditions of delivery); • Memory card not included. 64GB microSDHC Memory Card • Day: €2.00 | Week: €10.00 If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

Captain is not included.
This vessel is rented without a captain. Customers can operate the vessel.
Capacity
8 guests
Sailing
Cruising Monohull
CR

Owner:Captain

I am from the island of Santa Maria, and i always have been connected to the sea and music by the influence of my father. In 1999 I returned to the island, to work as Aeronautical Information and Communications Operator at the Santa Maria Oceanic Control Center. At that time I acquired my first boat and evolved to the current sailboat ALLEGRO. My hobbies are sailing on the island, walking trails, playing football and playing drums in a musical project Ronda da Madrugada. I also participate in several other musical groups ... I like listening jazz and rock music, and my favorite artists are Sting, Peter Gabriel and Dave Matthews Band and Dave Holand... My dream is to travel to solo sailing and meet all the Atlantic islands! My latest hobby is to get you on board to relax and explore the bays of Santa Maria and our beautiful sea. It is an honor to welcome you on board!

Features & Details

Length
37ft
Year
2014
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Bimini
  • Inboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Single Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Inverter
  • Berth
  • Head
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail

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

Full refund up to 5 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

Term and Conditions: Cancellation Fee Amount of the Booking Guarantee: up to 30 days before the date of departure; 100% of the invoice amount: within the 15 days before the date of departure. Qualifications The skipper must meet the following requirements: • Pilot licence with the level of skipper and submit the ICC –International Certificate of Competence; • Radiotelephone operator licence – class A in VHF band; • Experience in captaining sailboats in ocean conditions; • Experience in captaining sailboats of similar size. Fuel The boat is delivered with a full tank and must be returned in the same condition. Refuelling will be billed at €2.00 per litre missing. Cleaning Mandatory payment of €120.00. Crew / Skipper • Week | €700.00 • Day | €120.00 • Add the cost of accommodation and food for the skipper when applicable. Provisioning Provisioning can be arranged by completing an order form. Transfer by Boat to the Port of Origin • Island of São Miguel: €300.00 • Central Group: €400.00 • Western Group: €600.00 Check In / Check Out at the Vila Do Porto Marina • Week-long and 4-day options: Check in 6 PM | Check out 10 AM; • Weekend option: Check in Saturday 9 AM and check out Sunday 6 PM Frequently Asked Questions: What qualification do i need to rent the sailboat? The crew must include at least two elements with nautical licenses, with the skipper holding at least a yacht master licence and a VHF communications licence, as well as having experience in sailing vessels of similar size in ocean conditions. Upon booking, the skipper must submit his/her sailing curriculum demonstrating his/her experience in sailing vessels. You may be required to submit a certificate of competence to navigate, if such is required by the maritime authorities. Crews from states outside of the EU must submit a Portuguese or English translation along with their nautical licences. The hiring of a professional skipper may be recommended if the crew does not have adequate experience to captain the vessel. If you decide to hire a professional skipper with experience in navigating in the Azores, you should book a cabin and provide food during his/her service as skipper. To ensure greater privacy on board, the skipper may overnight in accommodation units on land whenever the sailboat is moored at marinas or other quays. How far can I Sail? Navigation is limited to the Azorean waters and up to a maximum distance of 100 nautical miles from the coast of the islands. Can I start a trip from another island of the Azores? Yes, we will do everything for you to fulfill your dream trip. Besides the possibility of starting your trip in the Vila do Porto Marina at no additional cost, you can also start your journey on the islands of São Miguel, Terceira, Faial and Pico, with an additional amount being charged for re positioning the vessel. This additional amount may not be charged if the vessel is already operating from the desired harbour. Contact us in advance to evaluate the availability and costs. Do I have 220V electricity on board? The sailboat has 220V outlets in all cabins that can be used whenever the on-board circuit is connected to a power source at a marina. During navigation, you can also charge small electronic devices, such as cameras, laptops, mobile phones, etc. directly at the 12V to 220V energy converter outlet that is available at the navigation station. What should I prepare for the trip? Prepare all necessary travel documentation and be sure to use a backpack or a bag to carry all of your belongings. You should bring comfortable clothing for hot and cold weather, sailing or tennis shoes with white soles, waterproof coat, cap, sunglasses, sunscreen for your skin, bath towel, and flip-flops.

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