Lagoon 63 crewed catamaran motoryacht charter in Greece :
Majestic catamaran, GALUX ONE can accommodate up to 10 guests in her 5 VIP cabins and their adjoining bathrooms.
The imressive Lagoon 630 combines cruising comfort and welcoming pleasure. Characterized by open spaces and luxury; she is fully equipped so that you can experience a cruise with all the comfort of a 5-star hotel.
In the common areas, experience endless moments of socialization. The saloon, comprised of a living room and equipped kitchen, will offer you unique and wonderful spaces. At mealtime, the chef will satisfy young and old with his cuisine based on local products which balance between traditional and gourmet.
The spacious cabins will ensure your privacy, while combining comfort and luxury. Their large double beds, plenty of storage as well as natural lighting promise to make you feel at home with a touch of extra luxury.
Not to limit your pleasures to the interior; outside sunbathe on one of the three outdoor decks, sip a cocktail on the outdoor terrace or take advantage of the many water toys: seabobs, water skis, snorkeling equipment, etc.
Finally, a real asset, the 3 crew members, all equally dedicated, will do their best to transform this cruise into a truly unforgettable experience.
From authentic landscapes to the idyllic beaches of the Greek islands, renting this Lagoon 630 from Athens promises to continually delight and amaze you.This motoryacht is available for yacht charter with a base price of 31 500 € (approximatly 34 483 $).
|Length||19.5 m / 64'|
|Beam||10 m / 33'|
|Engines||2 x 300 hp|
|Water Tank||960.00 L (254 G)|
|Fuel Tank||3000 L (793 G)|
|Saloon : DVD, Hifi, MP3, TV, Video games|
|Cabins : DVD, Hifi|
|APA (25 %)|
|Lagoon Motoryacht 630 Dalmatia, Kornati, Sibenik||2019||10||2||Dalmatia, Kornati, Sibenik||from 31 000 to 36 000 €|
|Lagoon Motoryacht 630 British Virgin Islands, Caribbean, US Virgin Islands||2015||8||2||British Virgin Islands, Caribbean, US Virgin Islands||from 33 000 to 40 000 €|
|itinerary 1 : 7 days Athens and The Cyclades by Serifos|