Beneteau 50 Cyclades

Pescara , Italy
# 1155
from $500.00 / 4 Hour

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Malandrina is a sail boat Cyclades 50 of the French shipyard Beneteau has all the most modern and functional facilities to make navigation safe and comfortable, a cruiser suitable for every need, easy to manoeuvre thanks to the presence of the bow thruster, an option very useful. 15.62 wide 4.98 metre long well, accommodates up to 10 people (8 in four comfortable double cabins, each with its own bathroom, plus any other two in saloon), has a range of nearly 1000 liters of water, a powerful engine Yanmar 110 HP and the capacity of 440 litres of diesel. The interior spaces, among the most extensive in the boats of this type, they allow an optimal quality below deck, while outside you can relax lying in the Sun on comfortable cushions, or protected by awnings covering the kit square Stern. A rich set of lockers for storing everything you need for your cruise galley promotes comfort, you can enjoy a drink while listening to music. If you want to get off the ground, the tender outboard motor will be at your disposal.

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Beneteau Cyclades 50.4


Offered charter packages. Pricings excluding optional items.

Charter - 4 Hours (4 Hours)
Lagoon 450
45 ft

Lagoon 450

from $1,000.00


A city on Italy’s Adriatic Sea, Pescara is famous for its beaches, natural beauty, museums and great food. You can explore the home of one of Italy’s most famous poets, Gabriele D'Annunzio and finds works by Picas and Miró on view at the Vittoria Colonna Museum of Modern Art. Best of all you can sample the great food from the local seafood delicacies and wines of the region while exploring Pescara and the surrounding villages on your own boat. There’s no better way to get an authentic taste of Italy!

Formed by a Union of Ancient Rivals The Province of Pescara was actually created when its namesake city was founded in 1927. Two long-term historic rival villages who were separated by the Atero River, Pescara and Castellammare Adriatico decided to give up the ancient feud and created the wonderful small city that we know today. Today, there are few traces of the ancient rivalries except by the ecology with the hilly coastal areas and the sandy shores and alluvial plains along with the famed Apennin Peaks. Overall, it is a region of spectacular beauty from sea to mountain and everything in between.

Discover Italy’s Adriatic Coast. During high season (May to September) the average temperature is in the high 70’s and the weather is simply perfect for all kinds of water sports. The crystal blue waters of the Adriatic are perfect for fishing, swimming and all kinds of recreational activities. Not only that, but Pescara is a short sail away from numerous destinations including some of the most famous islands of Greece!

Delign in A Treat to the Tastebuds. More than anything people come to Pescara to eat. Naturally, the dish of choice is seafood and you can find numerous fantastic restaurants along the waterfront promenade particularly around the Piazza Rinascita in the downtown. Pescara likes it hot and one of the city’s most famous dishes is the Puli in Purgatorio which is cuttlefish cooked in tomatoes, hot peppers, and garlic. You can even find great cheap spots near the port where the town fishermen have small huts where they cook up with their catch of the day for a tiny fraction of price of the bigger restaurants. Pescara is a true sensory delight and with its perfect weather, beautiful beaches, and amazing food, you can be sure to have an outstanding vacation from when you charter a boat from here.