ALYSSA Lagoon | From EUR€ 15,000 /wk
Sailing yacht ALYSSA is an 17.07m (56') Lagoon 560 catamaran that was launched in 2016. She can accommodate up to 10 charter guests, in 5 cabins.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF ALYSSA: ~Excellent stability ~Spacious and bright guest cabins ~Sheltered alfresco dining ~1.5m/5ft draft to navigate shallow waterways ~Great collection of water toys ~Air conditioning ~Wi-fi
The main deck aft offers a shaded cockpit for comfortable alfresco dining, and there is an L-shaped sofa and raised table along with a sunpad. A wet bar and grill are located opposite with a staircase leading up to the flybridge. A staircase leads down both hulls to the water and a hydraulic swim platform stores the tender when not in use.
The foredeck is fitted with two trampolines as well as two sunpads and a recessed sofa where guests can lounge in the sunshine.
Above, the flybridge makes use of a canvas bimini roof and additional see-through side-canvases to offer protection from the elements while guests dine alfresco. A double-sized aft sunpad offers a place to rest in the sunshine after the meal.
|Max Speed:||10 knots|
|Engines:||2 X 110 HP Yanmar1 X 1|
|Cruise Speed:||10 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||family friendly yachts|
|Builder/Designer:||Van Peteghem-lauriot Prévost, Lagoon|
|Locations:||THE MEDITERRANEAN, Skiathos, Rhodes, Paros, Lefkas, Ionian Islands, Greece, EUROPE, East Med, Dodecanese, Directory, Cyclade Islands, Crete, Corfu, Athens, Aegean Islands|
Both the port and starboard hulls contain two double cabins, with the crew accommodation placed within the bow. A staircase leads up to the main salon, within which there is a port-side galley with an island counter containing a widescreen TV. To starboard, there is a forward sofa beside the helm station in addition to the corner sofas aft and starboard which are placed around the two drinks tables that fold out to become the formal dining area.
Using a pair of 110 HP Yanmar engines she reaches a top speed and cruising speed of 10 knots with a range of 1,200 nautical miles.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
10 guests in 4 Queens, plus 1 with upper and lower bunks all cabins with private facilities. The four Queen cabins have TV with Satellite antenna and HDMI hook up All cabins with dimmer light system. Individual A/C controls in each cabin.
Charter Amenities and Extras
Tenders & Toys: T/T Ocean Master deluxe 420 with Honda engine BF 50HP Paddleboard Water-skis Wakeboard Snorkeling Fishing equipment Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities: Saloon TV 49 inch 3-D. Satellite antenna TV with HDMI hook up in each cabin GPS MO-16T display at navigation station Radar B&G WROADBAND 4 G AIS CLASS-B TRANSCEIVER B&G 2 B&G Cameras under flybridge B&G Fishfinder digital sounder B&G forward scan sounder VHF B&G RS90
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