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- Alfamarine 78
- 12 day/7 night
- 24 m.
- 5.90 m.
- 2 MOTORES CAT X 1.650 CV TRANSMISIÓN ARNESON
- 550 L/h approx.
- Marina Botafoch
Alfamarine 78 has a nice layout for a yacht of her size, making her ideal for both families or a group of friends. She has a nice main saloon with timeless design and offers seating for all guests. The accommodation is also well laid out, with a large master cabin, a spacious twin VIP cabin as well as a great triple cabin that features two single beds and one additional Pullman. All accommodation has private ensuite facilities. Below deck, there is galley with a table and seating.
Alfamarine 78 is powered by two Caterpillar 1650hp Arneson Transmission Diesel engines which power her up to a maximum speed of 40 knots and allow her to cruise at 30 knots. She has a fuel consumption of 550 litres per hour and a range of 350 nautical miles.
Included: Crew (3 pax); cleaning; bed sheets; towels; beach towels; boat and crew insurance (according to current law); mooring with views of Dalt Vila and supplies at the base port; welcome snack. Tender Jet 3.50 meters; Wakeboard; Donut; Water scooter; Snorkel equipment; 2 SUP boards; Seabob (on request).
Not included: 21% VAT, fuel; displacements; Moorings in other ports; meals on board; Jet ski (€ 250 / day). Valid title must be presented for the rental of the watercraft. APA: 30% of the price of the charter.
Notes: All prices require an extra 30% Advanced Provisioning Allowance (APA), which is a deposit to cover fuel and provisioning (food, drinks, etc…) costs during the stay on board. The Captain manages this fund and will have an expenses list available to the client. If the Captain sees that the deposit is running low, the client would be asked to add funds to the APA. At the end of the charter period any balance left will be refunded to the client. The bigger the yacht is, the more fuel it uses, this is why a 30% of the charter fee is required to be proportional to the expected expenses.