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Charter Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 519 - Las Galletas

Description
Year 2017
Motors 
Cabins 5
Draft 
Beds 12 (10+2)
Length 15.75 m
Bathrooms 3
Water tank 615 l
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Standard equipment
Bimini
Chart plotter in cockpit
Refrigerator
Bow thruster
Radio-CD player
Solar Panels
Sprayhood
Autopilot
Dinghy

Shore Connection 220 V, Fix cockpit table, Navigation equipment, Cockpit shower, Teackwood deck, Kitchen equipment, Automatic life jacket, Safety equipment, Depth, speed instrument, Hot Water, Electric anchor windlass, Wind instrument, EPIRB (Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon), VHF Radio,
Additional services 
Additional services that will be paid directly in marina at check-in.
Port services per person Required 5€
Gas consumption Required 10€ per week
End cleaning 5 cabins and catamarans MAL, TEN Required 140€
Skipper (+provisions + bedlinen set) Canarias Optional 150€ per day
Cockpit cushions per unit Optional 5€ per person
Extra towel Optional 5€ per person
Security Insurance (sailing yachts)+reduced deposit with credit card of 440€ Optional 180€
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Safety net Optional 60€
Outboard Optional 80€ per week
Bedding per person (includes sheet, duvet cover and one towel) Optional 15€ per person
Supermarket service Optional 15€
Blister Optional 150€ per week
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Review of the Shipowner (16)
Chrystal
Bring some skills to Cuba  
Fantastic Bareboat charter. My crew of 4 and i have now all disembarked and returned to our various homes and tasks in western Canada after our 7 day Eastwards Bareboat charter from Ceinfuegos Cuba. We left the dock at the Yachtcharter Base which is at the very beautiful and historic Club Ceinfuegos on the south coast of Cuba and motored the 2005 Lavezzi 40 Cat through the deep and well marked channel and out of the harbor. Quickly after plotting for our first destination which for most boats in the fleet here would need to be the lighthouse at Cayo Guano del Este. (Bareboat Charters here are restricted to daylight hours due to the many reefs) i turned to look at the quickly diminishing coastline and realized how little elevation this island Nation has which is not a problem unless you have 4 people trying to get a visual fix in the daytime on a lighthouse 48 miles out perched on a rock of about 10 feet elevation the size of a few football fields.I put my faith in my new friend the B and G plotter at the helm and seven hours later it proved itself to me and from then on with just a bit of awareness of the deviation between what was showing on the Instrument and what i was actually seeing we got along fine. As usual the instruments accuracy is what i refer to as Dummied Down a bit,Something about National security i presume. It seemed to be off by about 25 Meters which is close enough but requires lots of vigilance from any available crew when spotting one of the many reefs to snorkel or dive that we encountered. Our boat included another plotter at the navigation station which was Galaxy tablet based however it was off about the same in the other direction.The electronic charts were great and in these Cuban waters show lots of reefs and rocks but it is easy to stay away from these obstacles unless and until you need to be in those areas then just keep watch and all will be well in your world. It was a bit choppy at anchor overnight there so early in morning we went the 8 nautical miles to Cayo Sol which we hoped and in fact was calmer and cooked breakfast before we left for Cayo Largo which is 28 nm east from there. We arrived before dusk and called the Harbourmaster for clearance onto the dock and into the Cayos (keys) which is a requirement when entering and leaving the Cayos. Cayo Largo is quite nice and you can get water dockside and minimal supplies can be found at the one small store there. Be sure to provision according to your requirements prior to departing Ceinfuegos as truly there isnt much available anywhere in the keys. We stayed an extra day and spent New years eve in Key Largo and had quite a good time there. The next day we just sailed around and went snorkeling ect but stayed at anchor near the harbour that night. The next day we beached the bows of onto the lee side of a sandy shore and set the anchor into the beach and spent that day exploring the beach which is quite safe since the twice daily tides there are at only about 1.5 feet,the winds stay constant where they are and the beach is steep enough to ensure the important parts like the rudders and saildrives stay wet. One of our only two issues was our Dinghy engine was very problematic and would only run reliably when tied to the stern of the boat so i had to swim for almost an hour into the wind and tow it back to the catamaran twice during the week. I did call the charter master who quickly sent a skipper and engineer from another yacht they were operating in the keys to perform some maintenance on the dinghy and while they were there i had them check the belts of the two Yanmar diesels which were crazy loose and the adjustment bolts were rounded off presumably caused by previous charterers using the wrong size wrenches as the tools supplied did not have the correct wrenches for the task nor did it include a vice grips or an adjustable Cresent wrench. The engineer that came to assist did manage to round the bolt off a bit more on the starboard engine and get the belt a bit tighter but he advised the port engine was sufficiently adjusted and performed no maintenance to that side. Normally i would not complain but since i was able to spin both the alternator and water pump pulleys on both engines with the belts on i knew they were to loose... On our return to Ceinfuegos the Port belt shredded and came off causing an overheat complete with the shutdown of that engine and i anticipated some additional concerns docking without it but all went well and after i texted the chartermaster he had staff dockside to assist. All things considered i am always up for a few mechanical challenges. It was a great adventure and i was glad to be fortunate enough to do it As always i am ready to seek out the next destination and when i consider where to charter a 14 year old boat i will remember that it is very difficult to get the proper replacements or any replacement parts in Cuba and may look to book a newer boat on my next charter.
December 2018, Cienfuegos with Lavezzi 40
 
F
Flavio
Xxx  
È stato un po' strano non sapere se si poteva scendere a terra o no
April 2021, Tenerife with Beneteau 50
 
P
Pascal
Teneriffa Segeltörn  
Das Boot war in Ordnung, aber es gab ein Problem bei der Aufklärung über die Risiken sollte man Wale begegnen. Niemand hat uns darauf aufmerksam gemacht, dass es sehr hohe Strafen geben würde sollte man zu nahe an Wale heranfahren. Weder im Kontrakt noch an Bord des Bootes gab es irgendwelche Hinweise oder Warnungen diesbezüglich, und jetzt haben wir eine Srafanzeige am Hals, weil wir anscheinend den Walen zu nahe waren. Dies hätte man uns unbedingt vorher bei der Charterfirma sagen müssen, aber leider war das nicht der Fall.
April 2021, Las Galletas, Spain with Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 419
 
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Meteo in Las Galletas

Meteo in Las Galletas

August is the hottest month in Las Galletas with an average temperature of 24°C (75°F) and the coldest month is January a 17°C (62°F). The month with the warmest sea is September when the average sea temperature is 24°C (45°F).

Annual Average Temperatures in Las Galletas

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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 519 - Las Galletas
Description
Boat location Las Galletas, Spain
Year 2017
Cabins 5
Beds 12 (10+2)
Bathrooms 3
Length 15.75 m
Water tank 615 l
Motors 
Draft 
Show the complete equipment
Additional services 
Port services per person  Required   5€
Gas consumption  Required  per week 10€
End cleaning 5 cabins and catamarans MAL, TEN  Required   140€
Skipper (+provisions + bedlinen set) Canarias  Optional  per day 150€
Cockpit cushions per unit  Optional  per person 5€
Extra towel  Optional  per person 5€
Security Insurance (sailing yachts)+reduced deposit with credit card of 440€  Optional   180€
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