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Beneteau Oceanis 50

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The Oceanis 50 is one of the finest boats we are able to offer you for yacht charter in Greece. Designed by Berret/Racoupeau in collaboration with Nauta Design, Beneteau's Oceanis 50 combines striking lines and smart, sleek styling with incomparable Beneteau reliability, performance and comfort.

During 2010 we bought 3 of these wonderful yachts ("Sifnos 50.1", "Sifnos 50.2" and "Sifnos 50.3"), while in 2011 we bought another one ("Sifnos 50.4"). All of them sport a bow-thruster, a 230 AC generator and can be offered with air-conditioning on-demand. They are available from our Athens, Kos Island and Lefkas Island bases.

Specifications
  • Length: 15.42m
  • Beam: 4,82m
  • Draft: 2,00m
  • Built: 2010/11
  • Cabins: 6 / 4
  • Engine: 1 x Yanmar 110hp
  • Crusing Speed: 9 kts
  • Water Capacity: 980 lt
  • Fuel Capacity: 400 lt
  • Operating Areas: Athens, Kos, Lefkas
  • Solar Panel: 1
  • Additional Equipment: bimini top, spray-hood, GPS/Plotter, generator, a/c (at extra charge), bow thruster
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Discounted price for Beneteau Oceanis 50
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Pricelist 2013-2014, Beneteau Oceanis 50

Pricelist is subject to change without prior notice

Period A
2/8 - 22/8
€ 5285
Period B
31/5-1/8 & 23/8-3/10
€ 4305
Period C
before 31/5 after 4/10
€ 3560
Security Deposit € 2800

Additional Services

  • Skipper: € 150/day
  • Hostess: € 140/day
  • End Cleaning: € 35/cabin mandatory
  • Outboard: € 80/week
  • Air Conditioning: € N/A
  • Blister: € 200/week
  • Water Maker: € N/A
  • VIP Pack: € 608/day

1 comment

  • Comment Link Ansgar K. posted by Ansgar K.

    Dear Vagelis,
    As promised, I just want to send you a letter about our sailing trip from Kos in May this year.
    First of all we were very happy with the Oceanis 50, you provided for us. It was in mint condition and great fun to sail, as well very comfortable to live on with our crew of seven guys.
    We left Kos for Nisyros after a quick checkin at your base in Kos. The next morning we rented a car, drove up to the Vulkano and went for a walk in the crater as well as in the little village on top of it. A great experience to start with! After some small fish in the local taverna at the harbor, hosted by very nice people, we left for Astipalaia, where we arrived at late evening in Analipsi. Unfortunately we had to motor nearly the whole way since there was no wind. We could tie the boat to the pier and went for some nice food (fish, what else...) again.
    Next day we decided to sail to San Torini because of the wind direction. It would have been half wind the whole day and it started nicely, but in the afternoon the wind died completely and we had to motor again, luckily more or less the last time on this trip.
    After breakfast the following morning we visited the touristic City of Nisos Thira. It is an amazing scenery up there but all the tourists made us flee back to our boat pretty soon! We left the island early afternoon with a fresh breeze of 5bft. Now the boat was really sailing, first through the crater of Nisos Thira passing the big Cruise ships and then heading for Amorgos , sailing on the reach with 10kts, fantastic! After some great display of a school of Dolphins half way we arrived at Katapola in the late evening again. We found a place in the harbor to park the boat and were still able to enjoy some nice greek food again, just across the street from our boat...
    The next morning was beautiful again, sunny with still 4 to 5bft wind out of West, so we decided to round Amorgos on the North and then to sail half‐wind down to Astipalaia again, this time to the anchor bay Vathi! Sailing was great and what a beautiful place Vathi is! After good fun swimming in beautiful water we took the Dingi and went to the only local Taverna, which again provided us with superb food, small fish, octopus and really nice big fish as well!
    After some final drinks on board and a good night sleep the following day we were heading of to Levitha, which we knew already from last year! The bight with some buoys to fix the boat is beautiful, goats running around everywhere and the hospitality of the one family living on the island is great as well as the local goat‐liver stiffado!
    During the night there were some strong gusts blowing through the bay and the next, sadly enough the last sailing day, we could leave the island with around four bft on the reach again. Unfortunately the wind died on us around noon, so we had to motor back to Kos with at least a last little stop to swim south of Kalymnos.
    Finally I have to say that all of us had a great trip again, 268 nautical miles, fantastic scenery, enjoyable food and great hospitality of the greek people we met! Even though the greek situation as such in Europe is quite difficult at the moment as we all know, we did not experience any hostile feelings or behavior against us! I personal enjoy to be in Greece since next to thirty years already!
    Me and my crew are looking forward to sail the Greek islands again! Next year we will start from Athens. We hope for your nice service and a good boat again! Thank you very much for your professional attitude, you and the Kavas team at Kos were providing to us!
    See you next year in Athens, hopefully, Best regards
    Ansgar K. ( Skipper)

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