Beneteau Oceanis 46.1

Kos , Greece
# 4823
from $2 992,50 / 7 Day

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With perfectly designed lines, a new stepped hull and a stylish deck plan, the Benetau Oceanis 46.1 sailboat is the founder of a new generation regarding charter boats.

The Oceanis 46.1, the construction of January 2020, is spacious, elegant, cleverly designed, fast and successfully revisits the notion of what a luxurious cruising yacht is about. It provides 4 cabins and 4 bathrooms for maximum comfort and accommodates a group of 10.

With underwater lights, a fully equipped kitchen TV and a completely teak deck functional cockpit, the Benetau Oceanis 46.1 sailboat is ideal for an unforgettable sailing experience while on dream holidays.

Based on Kos Island (Kos town), Benetau Oceanis 46.1 sailboat is the perfect charter boat for your boating vacation and the starting point for exploring the beauty of the Greek islands and the mysterious deep blue of Greece.

Skipper is 150 Euros

The following discounts are available: 

A) Early booking discount 10.00% for bookings made more than 120 days before charter 

 B) 2 weeks discount 15%

C) Monthly discount 20%

Infos de bateau

Length
46
Passenger Capacity
10
Crew Capacity
1
ItemProperty_Sleepapacity
10
Year Built
2020
Fuel Capacity
80
Bed Count
4

Les aménagements

Snorkeling Gear
Yes
Ice, Soda, Water
Not Included
Food/Snacks
No
Paddleboards
No
Inflatable Extras
No
Boat type
Sail
Fishing Gear
No
Tender
Yes
Languages Spoken
English & Greek
Alcoholic Beverages
No
Towels
Included
Model
Beneteau Oceanis 46.1
Boat category
Daysailer & weekend

Les prix

Offered charter packages. Pricings excluding optional items.

Weeklong Charter (7 Days)
$2 992,50
Kos

Kos

DescriptionKos, one of Greece’s Dodecanese islands, is known for its abundant sandy beaches. It’s also rich with Greek and Roman landmarks, particularly in and around Kos Town. This harbor town is dominated by the 15th-century Neratzia Castle. South of the castle are the Ancient Agora ruins, with a temple, shrine and columns. The 3rd-century Casa Romana villa has lavish mosaics.



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