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Friday, 28 December 2012 21:48

M/Y BARRACUDA RED SEA

M/Y BARRACUDA RED SEA is designed, built and equipped to the highest standards. Featuring Sunseeker’s proven deep ‘V’ hull, she offers good sea keeping qualities and good cruising ranges, making this superyacht easy to handle in different sea conditions and a pleasure to cruise on for extended yacht charters.
Launched in 2010 by Sunseeker, the Barracuda Red Sea yacht is able to accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 luxurious cabins including a Master suite, a VIP cabin, 3 Double cabins and 1 Twin cabin (with an extra pullman berth). There are three spacious internal decks. The main deck offers a large main salon with a bar to port on entry and further forward a central coffee table surrounded by comfortable couches. There is a large flat screen TV for entertainment which is mounted on a central divider between the main salon and formal dining area that seats 12 charter guests. 
The large aft deck offers al fresco dining and a fixed u shaped couch as well as a bar. There are twin stairs leading down to the swimming platform and stairs to the port leading up to the upper deck and the sun deck. It is the sundeck that is the star of the show with plenty of space to relax on large sun pads, al fresco dining, a large bar, and a Jacuzzi. 

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Published in Motor Yachts
Saturday, 17 December 2011 23:22

Greece / Rhodes - Mykonos

Day 1:  Transfer from Rhodes Airport to embark on to yacht in Rhodes Harbour.  Dinner in Rhodes, the biggest and the most busy Greek Island.  Enjoying the colourful nightlife in various clubs and bars.

Day 2:  Rhodes-Symi(23 nm).  After having breakfast in Rhodes, cruising to Symi, a very cosy and authentic Greek island. The picturesque center takes attention from all over the world.

Day 3: Symi – Kos(45 nm).  Kos is famous for its long sandy beaches.  It has a big town center overlooking to the famous Turkish resort “Bodrum”.  The Asklepion, the church of St.John and the plane tree of Hippocrates can be visited on the island.

Day 4: Kos – Astipalia(25 nm).  Astipalia provides a quiet and sheltered anchorage for the night. It is a low-populated island and the traditional village living still continues on this quiet island.

Day 5: Astipalia – Santorini(50 nm).  Santorini, is a unique island with its volcanic structure.  Some still believe it to be a part of the sunken Atlantis.  The view from the top at sunset will be the highlight of your vacation. 

Day 6: Santorini-Ios (20 nm).  Ios is a small island but a good choice for a stop on the long journey to Mykonos.  It has the characteristics of the Greek islands, clean beaches, whitewashed houses, delicious seafood and busy bars.

Day 7: Ios – Mykonos (40 nm).  Mykonos is one of the most popular and most famous island of the thousands of Greek Islands. It is famous for its busy, colourful nightlife and parties with no boundaries. 

Day 8- Disembarkation in Mykonos.

 
 
Published in Destinations
Saturday, 17 December 2011 23:14

Greece / Rhodes - Rhodes

Day 1:  -Transfer from Rhodes Airport to embark on to yacht in Rhodes Harbour. Dinner in Rhodes, the biggest and the most busy Greek Island.  Enjoying the colourful nightlife in various clubs and bars.

Day 2:  Rhodes-Tilos (38 nm).  Having breakfast in Rhodes. After breakfast, cruising to Tilos where you can enjoy  swimming, sunbathing and doing water sports. Night spent in Tilos.

Day 3:  Tilos-Nisiros-Kalymnos(35 nm).  Early sail to Nisiros. After breakfast, enjoying swimming in the bright turquoise water nearby Island, leaving for Kalymnos-Vathi.  Vathi is a fjord with dramatic deep sides and caves. A little snorkelling here is well worth the trouble.

Day 4: Kalimnos-Patmos (35 nm).  After breakfast and the morning swim, we leave for Patmos. This is the famous monastry island—in fact is supposedly the second most important religious centre for Greek Orthodoxy in the world! This is where St John (as of Apostle fame) was inspired by visions to write the Book of Revelations; where the 10th century monastry (built by Crusader Knights) reigns over the island, still an active training centre for novice monks.

Day 5: Patmos-Leros(25 nm).  Having breakfast in Patmos, swimming and doing water sports, we leave for Leros.  Night is spent in Leros.  

Day 6: Leros-Pserimos-Kos(26 nm).  After breakfast, we leave for Kos.  On the way a short stop in Pserimos is possible for lunch & swimming.  Then arrival to Kos.  You may visit the ancient ruins on the island and than enjoy the entertainment and nightlife of this lively island.

Day 7: Kos-Simi(45 nm).  Having breakfast and sail to Simi, one of the most interesting and authentic Greek islands.  The little town center with its authentic architecture and the climb through the narrow streets and steps up to the hill definitely worth a visit. You may spend your last night in Simi, in this quiet and cosy island, or if you want a vivid, busy night, you may continue to Rhodes and spend the night in Rhodes town.

Day 8: Symi-Rhodes(23 nm).  Early sailing to Rhodes and disembarkation in Rhodes.

 
Published in Destinations