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M/Y ELLINIA: The Ideal Yacht to Cruise the Turkish Riviera and the Greek Islands

Absolute Yachting is pleased to present you the luxury M/Y ELLINIA

Absolute Yachting is pleased to present you the luxury M/Y ELLINIA, the ideal yacht for your clients that wish to cruise the Greek islands.

Her length is 80 ft, and she can accommodate 8/9 quests in one Master, one VIP,  and in two Twin Cabins (one twin with a pullman berth), all with en suite facilities.

Many recreations facilities are offered including: snorkeling, fishing, water skiing equipment and a wave runner.

 

Charter rate is: High season 15th of June to the 15th of September was euro 33.600   per week plus expenses, but now is EURO 30.100 for August and for the rest of the months EURO 28.000.

Included in the above rates: crew, crew’s food, harbor and public marina fees within Greece.

Not included: 4,5% VAT (Value added tax), fuel (unless stated), meals (unless stated), bar and beverages for the guests (unless stated), gasoline for the tender and water toys, canal dues (if any), Corinth Canal (if any), Turkish water taxes and Turkish marina fees (if any), communication costs, personal laundry and expenses, gratuity for the crew.

For more information on M/Y ELLINIA contact Christina Papadopoulos, [email protected] at Absolute Yachting.

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