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- Jeanneau 64
- 20.10 m.
- 5.40 m.
- Volvo D4 180hp diesel
- 23 L/h approx.
Jeanneau 64, is dedicated to providing unlimited cruising possibilities for you and your guests. Whether you want remote sandy beaches, water sports, gourmet dining at anchor or the famous local social scene, every day is individually planned by our dedicated staff to ensure your time aboard is a truly unforgettable experience.
Thea’s layout is designed for your ultimate comfort with tranquil areas to either relax, enjoy some private time or entertain. Her exceptional interior demonstrates world class workmanship, with state-of-the-art amenities for you and your guests. The high functioning and experienced crew will be at heart of everything on your voyage, arranging everything from personalized gourmet meals to days of action-packed adventures.
Offering the perfect sailing experience for a family holiday or a group of couples, Jeanneau 64 layout comfortably sleeps 8 persons in 4 cabins, 3 of them with en suite bathrooms. All cabins have their own air conditioning and amenities. The owner’s cabin is furnished with a queen bed while the guest cabins have double-sized beds.
You have the freedom to choose where and when you sail. You can spend your time learning to sail or you can just relax and enjoy the trip. Whether you want to island hop, or simply anchor off a deserted beach, is guaranteed to generate memories that will last a lifetime.
Included: 2015 Williams 285 jet-rib; 2 x stand up Paddel Surf Boards; Wakeboard; Snorkeling Masks x 2 adults; Snorkeling Masks x 2 junior; Inflatable towable Jobe and crew: 2members.
Not included: 21% VAT; mooring; fuel consumption
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.