PASSION an Anastassiades & Tsortanides Superyacht
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Originally launched by the Greek shipyard Anastassiades & Tsortanides in 1973, motor yacht Passion (ex hull 66, Dora II, Bellissima, Bellissima C, Lea) is a beautiful and elegant 48,50-metre displacement vessel, with last refit starting in 2014. Luxury superyacht Passion was entirely designed by well known Diana Yacht Design.
|Type/Year:||an Anastassiades & Tsortanides Superyacht/1973|
|Max Speed:||15 knots|
|Cruise Speed:||12 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Diana Yachts, Diana Yacht Designs, Diana Yacht Design, Anastassiades & Tsortanides|
|Locations:||Madagascar, French Riviera, Exumas, South of France, Elba, Doha, Spain, St John|
Passion yacht boasts six luxurious cabins, which can comfortably sleep up to 12 guests. There is a generous master cabins, one VIP cabin, two double guest cabins, as well as two twin guest cabins. The vessel is managed by a highly trained crew of 12 members, sleeping in one Captain's cabin, four twin cabins and three single cabins.
Made of steel and aluminium, the 48,50-metre luxury yacht Passion (ex hull 66, Dora II, Bellissima, Bellissima C, Lea) is Lloyds registered. She is run by twin MTU diesel engines, delivering her a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.
Accommodation aboard Passion superyacht is offered to 12 guests in total. There are 6 beautifully appointed cabins, including a master cabins, one VIP cabin, two double guest cabins, as well as two twin guest cabins. Guests are looked after by a friendly crew of 12, sleeping in one Captain's cabin, four twin cabins and three single cabins.
Amenities and Extras
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Amanda - The crew and guides were amazing. The boat is the best I saw in Galapagos. It’s a complete renovation, and if they had gone the extra mile in the interior it would have paid off. That said, this isn’t a Mediterranean trip and for what it was, the whole thing was exceptional. Well done. I think they truly enjoyed having us on board also, which helped a lot the overall trip feel. One thing is for sure. After diving in Galapagos, I no longer needed to ask whether there were any sharks under the boat…Whole eco system completely intact. Totally wonderful. My dad was ecstatic. Really a dream Part 2 from Dad: Dear Amanda, thank you so much for your efforts in making our visit to the Galapagos such a success. I have dreamed of going there for the past 60 years since my university days. It was beyond anything I had imagined and thanks to family generosity I was able to share the experience with three generations of my family. The MY Passion was perfect for our requirements. The captain and crew were splendid, providing safety and comfort with cheerful efficiency. My daughter-in-law advised the chef that we wished to enjoy Ecuadorian food and this inspired the chef to demonstrate her extraordinary talent. The food was exceptional. Our guide, Fernando, has a remarkable knowledge of the wildlife and geology of the islands and of Darwin’s writings about them. He added his own dimension to the success of the trip. I was delighted that Robert was able to enjoy his scuba dives with a knowledgeable local dive master whom we both instantly trusted. The photos the dive master took of the dives are breathtaking. My last memory of the wildlife was of a waved albatross picking up speed as it ran, over uneven ground, flapping its long graceful wings as it took off out over the ocean. Per ardua ad astra, through hardships to the heavens…. Thank you for your part in a visit that will continue to live with me. Kindest regards. MY PASSION / June / Galapagos