LORD OF THE SEAS

LORD OF THE SEAS Motor Yacht for Charter
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Builder
ALFAMARINE
Base Port
Bodrum
Destination
Turkey, Dodacanese Islands, Athens, Bosphorus, Cyclades
Length
58.0 m / 190.0 ft
Built / Refit
2013
Cabins Total
7
Cabins
1 Master, 1 Vip, 3 Double, 1 Twin, 1 Single
Guests
13
Crew
12
Speed
14-20 Knots
Low Season (May, October)
250,000 EUR per week
Mid Season (June, September)
250,000 EUR per week
High Season (July, August)
300,000 EUR per week
LORD OF THE SEAS
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SPECIFICATIONS

Built / Refit
2013
Builder
ALFAMARINE
Base Port
Bodrum
Length
58.0 m / 190.0 ft
Beam
10.00 m / 33.00 ft
Draft
2.40 m / 8.00 ft
Speed
14-20 Knots
Fuel Consumption
600 lt at cruising, 900 lt at max speed
Hull
Steel

ACCOMMODATION

Cabins
1 Master, 1 Vip, 3 Double, 1 Twin, 1 Single
Guests
13
Crew
12
Air-conditioning
Yes
A/C Use during night
All night

TENDERS & TOYS

DESTINATIONS & PRICES

Cruising Areas
Turkey, Dodacanese Islands, Athens, Bosphorus, Cyclades
Charter Prices
250,000 EUR per week (Low Season: May, October)
250,000 EUR per week (Mid Season: June, September)
300,000 EUR per week (High Season: July, August)
Charter Terms

MYBA Terms:

The Charter Fee includes the charter of the yacht with all its equipment in working order, tools, stores, cleaning material and basic consumable stores for engine-room, deck and cabins, etc., the crew's wages, food and the insurance of the yacht for marine risk and third party claims and the crew for employer's liability insurance.

APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance): The Charterer will be charged extra, at cost to the yacht, for all other expenses, which is covered by the APA , 30 % of the charter fee. These expenses include fuel for the yacht, fuel for the ski-boats or other tenders, food for the charterers, wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks for the Charterers, other consumable stores, berthing dues and other harbour charges away from the yacht's own berth,hire costs of special equipment placed on board at the request of the Charterer.

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