Other Solaris One 44

Italy , Mediterranean
# 4215
from $500,00 / 8 Hour

Entrez vos dates de voyage

GioiA is a Solaris One 44 build from Solaris Yacht on 2012 and designed from Soto Acebal.  (Solaris yacht is one of top Italian brand )  

GioiA has elegant interior in teak and teak deck, with carbon mast, carbon boom, and two carbon helm. GioiA look like a new boat, is very well manteined and very well setup for easy sailing and comfortable cruise. Has all the safety equipment for open see cruise.

GioiA has 3 cabin : one owner cabin locate in the bow and two cabin locate aft. The owner cabin has a private bathroom with separate shower, so you guys will have your own bathroom and privacy.

The boat is chartered with a skipper, at a maximum of 4 passengers: two guests can live in the owner cabin and two guests can live in one of the two aft cabin.

We are flexible and we make it easy for you to get a beautiful holiday : we look at the weather in the morning and decide how to spend a wonderful day on the sea and wait for the sunset with a nice aperitif.  

We will help to fill the galley with food and beverage before your boarding time. We will help to cook and clean up. We provide towel for showers and blankets for the bed.  

(If my wife is on board: you can have a professional yoga lesson)

Infos de bateau

Length
44
Passenger Capacity
4
Crew Capacity
2
ItemProperty_Sleepapacity
4
Year Built
2012
Bed Count
2

Les aménagements

Snorkeling Gear
No
Boat category
Monohull Sail, Daysailer & weekend
Food/Snacks
Not included.
Paddleboards
No
Inflatable Extras
No
Boat type
Sail
Fishing Gear
No
Tender
No
Local Cruising Fuel
Included.
Languages Spoken
English, Italian
Crew
Included.
Alcoholic Beverages
Not included.
Towels
Not included
Model
One 44

Les prix

Offered charter packages. Pricings excluding optional items.

Full Day (8 Hours)
$500,00
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Italy

Italy

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