GIOE Falcon | From EUR€ 52,500.00 /wk
Luxury Motor Yacht GIOE is a 31m Falcon launched in 2008. She offers all the typical FALCON traits including original layout, spacious design and plenty of functional ability. This Greek charter yacht accommodates ten guests in five spacious cabins.
|Beam:||7.54m (24' 9")|
|L.O.A.:||31.39m (103' )|
|Max Speed:||26 knots|
|Engines:||2 x MTU 2000 HP|
|Cruise Speed:||24 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||Greece Yacht Charter|
|Builder/Designer:||Stefano Righini Design, Stefano Righini, Falcon|
|Charter Locations:||Turkey, THE MEDITERRANEAN, Greece, Croatia, Directory, Carian Coast|
MAIN FEATURES: ~ Formal dining area ~ Water toys ~ Alfresco dining area ~ Spacious decks for relaxation and sunbathing
She offers a spacious salon with open formal dining and long streamline windows to allow plenty of natural light inside. Her decks are well designed with alfresco dining available on the main aft deck and the sundeck.
GIOE offers a range of additional features including WIFI internet, an extensive range of water toys and a wide variety of entertainment facilities. With a fast cruising speed of 24 knots, GIOE is the ideal Greek cruising charter yacht.
UNFORTUNATELY, THIS YACHT IS NO LONGER FOR CHARTER
Yacht Charter Accommodation
GIOE offers accommodation for up to 10-12 guests. The VIP suite is on the main deck and on the lower deck there is a master, second VIP cabin and two twin cabins each with an extra Pullman berth. All cabins are fitted with wardrobes and ensuite bathrooms.
Charter Amenities and Extras
Luxury Motor Yacht GIOE offer the following Tenders & Toys: Novamarine 5.30m tender with Yamaha 60hp outboard, Kawasaki waverunner, Water Skis, Mono-Ski, Tubes, Banana, Wakeboard, Fishing Gear, Snorkelling Equipment. Communications equipment includes: 2 GPS Navigators, 2 VHF, Inter-com (GSM and GRC flit 33 connection), SAT Tel/Fax, Laptop/Computer in Wheelhouse, Internet Access, WIFI, and Printer. Audio Visual Equipment includes: Master Cabin: LCD SAT 26’ TV, DVD, CD entertainment, VIP Cabins: LCD SAT 26’ TV, DVD, CD entertainment, Twin Cabins: LCD SAT 20’ TV, DVD, and CD entertainment; Saloon: LCD SAT 32’ TV, DVD, VCR, CD, IPOD connected with the Stereo system, and Game board entertainment.
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Hi Amanda, We are now back home from our awesome Greek vacation. The major highlight of course was our week on GIOE with George and the crew! Here's some details/highlights: Saronic Islands were awesome! We loved every place we visited. George gave me a Greek navigation book on Day 1 and I spent hours in the sun on the top deck reading about the Saronic islands from a Yachting perspective. So much history and yet not at all overrun with mass foreign tourism. Crew was great. Food was really, really good! Yacht was great as well. Plenty of hot water for showers. Rooms always cleaned for us each morning. Cold drinks and snacks were always ready. The Wifi was better than most hotels. It was a bit windy during our week at times. The beauty of the Saronics is that there is always a nice bay somewhere that is on the Leeside of the wind so we always had calm water to swim in. George told us that the Meltemi winds in the Cyclades were really howling this year and that many yachts could not leave port. When we got to Santorini and Mykonos the last few days of our vacation we saw for ourselves. The yachts were bouncing in the harbor like you wouldn't believe. We are SO GLAD we did the Saronics islands! The locals on Mykonos told us their island is nicknamed the "Windy Island"... One more thing to share...'Greece Political Drama' was not an issue at all for us. Even in Athens, everything was mellow. Now the hard part....getting back to reality. ...and saving up for another yacht cruise in the future!!!! M/Y GIOE / July / Greece