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Charter Jeanneau Sun Loft 47 - 6 + 1 Cab. - Athens

Description
Year 2020
Motors 
Cabins 6+1crew
Draft 1.85 m
Beds 12+2crew (max 12)
Length 14.42 m
Bathrooms 5
Water tank 995 l
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Navigation
GPS
Logge/Lot/Speed
Compass
Nautical charts
Wind instrument/Anemometer
Autopilot
Navigation set

Deck
Deck brush
Sprayhood
Plastic bucket
Bimini top
Fenders
Anchor

Galley
Oven
Kitchen utensils (Galley equipment, cutlery)
Refrigerator
Stove
Hot water

Safety
First aid kit
VHF radio
Safety equipment
Fire extinguisher

Other
Set of tools
Flashlight

Interior
Inside shower

Additional services 
Additional services that will be paid directly in marina at check-in.
Service Pack:  includes: final cleaning, water / 1x cooking gas bottle at the departure, batteries, linen equipment ( towels included ) for each crew member Required 200€ (per booking)
Deposit:  to be paid at check-in with credit card or cash Refundable 3000€
Skipper Optional 170€ (per day)
Starter pack:  washing up liquid, sponge, rubbish bags, matches, toilet & kitchen rolls, fruit plate, water, orange juice, wine, packet of biscuits, individual sachets of tea, coffee, sugar, milk Optional 25€ (per booking)
Extra bedlinen Optional 12€ (per person)
Non refundable deposit/ insurance
without security deposit; payable only by credit card 45€
with security deposit; payable only by credit card 35€
Optional 35–45€ (per day)
Railing net (Safety net) Optional 100€ (per booking)
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Spinnaker:  asymmetrical; on request, not available for all yachts & bases Optional 175€ (per week)
Early Check in:  embarkation at 13:00h option is subject to the condition that the yacht returns without damage from the previous charter Optional 135€ (per booking)
WI-FI Internet connection on boat:  on request Optional --
Stand up paddle (SUP):  on request Optional --
Harbour and marine fee:  for the first and the last charter-night Optional --
Hostess Optional 150€ (per day)
Outboard engine:  (details on request) Optional 80–90€ (per week)
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Deposit insurance  
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Optional 240 €
Review of the Shipowner (53)
N
Nuri
Avoid NE coast of Sardinia and Kiriacoulis (unless your a douchebag)  
Unfortunately, we were very very disappointed with our 2 week trip to the NE coast of Sardinia. First on why we did not like the area: We initially travelled a bit south of Olbia to Tavolara island, which was very nice, and dammit I wish we had continued south. Instead we headed up, as we originally planned, for most of the holiday to the NE coast, from Olbia to ~Santa Teresa, including the magdelenas. In general, the area is naturally pretty nice. There are just two huge issues: As seems to be endemic to many areas of italy, almost all land is privately owned and closed off. Even in the sham of a national park that is the magdelena islands, 10m from the water on essentially all of the islands you will find a fence with signs marked private land. There do seem to be some trails on islands/coast, but as soon as you step foot on them, you are met with 'privata strada' signs. So you can lie on the garbage covered sand beaches of magdelenas, you cant see anything else on them, as their less national parks, more privately owned villas with massive properties. Finally, we saw many many park employees motorboating around to yachts checking park entry tickets and collecting money. I did not see a single person trying to collect the garbage that has been both washed up, and worse yet, just dumped onto the beaches of their 'national park'. On one beach on Isolla Razzoli there was an old washer and dryer dumped on the beach, which had obviously been decaying for years. Disgraceful. Finally, our holidays were continuously ruined by the crowds in the area. Even in the remoter bays/beaches in the magdelenas your are plagued with : In the day. Motorboats of slimey domestic tourists blasting horrible music. Often old fat bald leathery mafioso looking douchebags with several (presumably, either officially or in spirit) prostitutes on board. strong pattaya vibe. In the night: sailing yachts chartered by groups of german bro's, who blast shitty music and shout at the top of their lungs. literally every night, in every bay... So yeah, you might like the area if your a douche. We ended up going back to Corsica for 4 days (we had been a few years ago) as we were so fed up with northern Sardinia. We went to areas we were before, but this was by far the highlight (well including tavolara) of our trip. Just to be clear, we spent 4 days by car in central Sardinia and loved it. Super nice towns/people/parks/hikes/beaches etc.. Its really just the north east that I think has been absolutely ruined. Second: Dont charter from Kiriacoulis! Our first, only, but definately last charter from them. I dont want to be too long, so Ill bullet our issues we had with the boat: 1. For the boat check in, the employee gave me a sheet of paper and told me to check what I want. highly unprofessional. 2. We were 5 people with a dog on the boat. The Dinghy they supplied us was for 2 people max. We only found out on the second day at sea. Luckily we had brought 3 SUPs. 3. Anchor, chain, windlass: Honestly, I would be shocked to find such a poor set on a ~28 ft boat, let alone our 38fter. The chain was about as thick/large as you find on the mini inflatable 15ft motorboats, and completely rusted. Absolutely unacceptable. We could literally not anchor anywhere if there was more than ~5 knots of wind. We had to have someone on 'anchor' watch at all times. Twice in the night, when we had predicted 0-5 knot winds we had to re-anchor as the anchor slipped. I really dont understand how it could be legal to supply us with a boat with, essentially, no useable anchor, which in an emergency can be a disaster. 4. supplied lifevests/harnesses were a joke, never had anything remotley close to being that bad on a charter. 5. The ladder for the swimming platform for the back of the boat just reached the water: i.e. it was very very difficult to get out of the water. One of crew could not, so in the end we fashioned a rope ladder to use for the trip. Ridiculous. 6. No fans in the ship (for an areawith regualr 30-35 degree nights). Also no inverter in the boat, so no possibility of running your own fan. 7. Only power away from port was 2 usb plugs. 8. the VHF had no MMSI, my messages to the base requesting it were never answered 9. no epirb 10. several window seals were broken, the seal for the fridge was also almost completely gone, rendering it useless. 11. Front hatch/window for the forward cabin was completely broken. We taped it down to minimize leakage into the cabin at sail (still leaked). The other huge issue with this, which we hadnt really considered, is that even if it was removed, without having the hatch angles, the front cabin would get essentially 0 ventilation. Combined with no fans, it was impossible for any of us to sleep in the front cabin at night. Mnay other more minor gripes, but the boat was absolute garbage. Only plus was that it did sail pretty well.
September 2022, Portisco, Italy with Bavaria Bavaria Cruiser 37 - 3 cab.
 
A
Alfonso
Sailing Mykonos Paros Naxos smal Cyclades  
Nice Place to sail. Somedays too wind and wave (Meltemi can be very strong) even in August. It's better to plan some spare days in the trip for being sure of completing it. Another good advice is to sail towards south and leave the boat someware else at the end. It's full of well sherltered bays (no mooring buoys, you have to trust on your anchor) but you will not find any place in Marinas. They don't answer by phone or radio, it's impossible to book, are not equiped with toilets, and you have to moore with anchor at bow, and lines at jetty at the stern. Go in Marinas just to fill up water and fuel. This last can be done by booking tank truck that comes to the wharf. Little Cyclades is the best place!
August 2021, Mykonos with Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 440
 
Anonymous
Landscape, nature, historical discoveries  
Malta, Comino, Gozo, Linosa, Lampedusa: magnificent ports of call with in each place the possibility to enjoy the sea bed, typical villages and historical discoveries from Prehistory to World War II. The Dufour 365 GL was built in 2006 and remains in excellent general condition, perfectly maintained, especially the interior woodwork. The sails are 3 years old and remain in excellent condition. The reception at the base was excellent, with a complete handling and a permanent phone availability. They even organize the refueling of diesel at the end of the cruise.
July 2021, Kalkara with Dufour 365 GL
 
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Boat location
Meteo in Athens

Meteo in Athens

August is the hottest month in Athens with an average temperature of 29°C (84°F) and the coldest month is January a 10°C (50°F). The month with the warmest sea is August when the average sea temperature is 25°C (45°F).

Annual Average Temperatures in Athens

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Jeanneau Sun Loft 47 - 6 + 1 Cab. - Athens
Description
Boat location Athens, Greece
Year 2020
Cabins 6+1crew
Beds 12+2crew (max 12)
Bathrooms 5
Length 14.42 m
Water tank 995 l
Motors 
Draft 1.85 m
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Additional services 
Service Pack  Required : includes: final cleaning, water / 1x cooking gas bottle at the departure, batteries, linen equipment ( towels included ) for each crew member (per booking) 200€
Deposit  Refundable : to be paid at check-in with credit card or cash  3000€
Skipper  Optional  (per day) 170€
Starter pack  Optional : washing up liquid, sponge, rubbish bags, matches, toilet & kitchen rolls, fruit plate, water, orange juice, wine, packet of biscuits, individual sachets of tea, coffee, sugar, milk (per booking) 25€
Extra bedlinen  Optional  (per person) 12€
without security deposit; payable only by credit card 45€
with security deposit; payable only by credit card 35€
Non refundable deposit/ insurance  Optional  (per day)
35–45€
Railing net (Safety net)  Optional  (per booking) 100€
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Deposit insurance 
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(Optional)  
240 €
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Meteo in Athens
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