Azimut 68 S

Mykonos , Greece
# 978
from $4,800.00 / Day

Entrez vos dates de voyage

The 68 Azimut yacht is ideal for a small group to explore the open water in style. Aside from the stunning good looks of this vessel, the accommodations and performance cues are outstanding. Complete with a mid-ship full beam master suite, you will feel like you are in a floating luxury hotel while you soak in the striking views of the sea. The yacht provides a smooth and level ride at all speeds, staying below four degrees. The hull has the perfect amount of V to slice through waves, and is shallow enough to get up and run. If you are in search of the ideal smaller yacht for a day cruise or more, the 68 Azimuth rental may be ideal for you and your small party.

Infos de bateau

Length
68
Passenger Capacity
8
Crew Capacity
3
Year Built
2001
Fuel Capacity
320
Bed Count
5
Berth Count
8
Cancellation Policy
30 Days

Les aménagements

Snorkeling Gear
Yes
Local Pick Up
Not Included
Food/Snacks
Included
Paddleboards
No
Inflatable Extras
No
Boat type
Power
Fishing Gear
No
Tender
Yes
Local Cruising Fuel
Included
Languages Spoken
English
Crew
Captain, Sailor, and Hostess
Alcoholic Beverages
Included
Towels
Not included
Model
Azimut 68 Azimut S
Boat category
Motor Yacht

Les prix

Offered charter packages. Pricings excluding optional items.

Charter - Full day (Full day)
$4,800.00
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Mykonos

Mykonos

Widely recognized as on the best travel destinations not only in Greece, but in Europe, Mykonos is one of the few places on earth you’ll find college students, Hollywood celebrities, and families all rubbing shoulders in the seemingly endless Greek summer. This incredible island destination is easily reachable via its airport located just a few kilometers from the center of town or by cruise or ferry ship. In the high season, there are direct flights from most major cities in Europe making it an easy addition to your vacation itinerary.

Beaches Galore. In Mykonos, it’s all about the beaches. A truly unique place, Mykonos offers stunning beaches on all sides of the islands. Ella and Super Paradise are a couple of the more popular choices on the South Coast while if you are looking for something a little bit more low-key then head over to the East Coast and enjoy Kalo Livadia and Lia which are quieter and more local style.

Head to Delos. Delos is one of the most famous places of Greek mythology, said to be the birthplace of the gods Artemis and Apollo, and a must-see for anyone headed to Mykonos. This island is technically uninhabited as only archaeologists are allowed to stay overnight there and is packed with treasures from Greece’s long history. While there are a few daily boats over to the island, having your own charter boat gives you the freedom to work within your own schedule. You could even watch the sunset over the ancient monuments, a truly unforgettable sight.

Watersports Adventure.  Mykonos is also known as the “island of the winds” and attracts sailors and surfers from across the world. Its beaches are also home to some of the best windsurfing in the world. And, of course, an island with such an extensive history makes for some great diving. Most locals recommend September as the best month because the water is warm and there is good visibility on the seafloor.  

Food, Fun, and Excitement. As a culinary center, there is so much great food to try! You can sample your own fresh catch from your charter boat or have it cooked up local style along with kopanisti, a soft, peppered cheese and the variety of cured meats and local wine for the region. If you are looking for that perfect combination of adventure, culture, food, and excitement than there is no better place for you to go than the island of Mykonos.

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