s/y Alizee, is a marvellous Hanse 675, a sailing yacht based in Athens and available for crewed charters throughout Greece. The 67 ft/20 m, Alizee, Hanse 675, was built in 2017. Her interior layout sleeps up to 6 guests in 3 staterooms, including a master suite, 1 double cabin and 1 twin convertible to double bed and separate quarters can accommodate 2 crew members.
The yacht’s design is to provide sailors with a relaxing vacation, with light and shade on deck. Unsurprisingly, a large fixed hardtop is the most characteristic design feature of the 675. The interior space of the 675 defines a new dimension in private sailing.
|Year of build||2017|
|Engine (hp)||210 HP|
|Diesel capacity (lit)||1,100|
|Water capacity (lit)||980|
|Main sail type||Battened|
|Main sail area (sq.m)||132.00|
|Genoa sail area (sq.m)||165.00|
|Number of heads||3|
|Double bed cabins||2|
|Cruising speed||8.5 knots / 15.7 km/h|
|Engines||1 x Volvo D4-210hp|
Please note that the exact equipment may vary depending on the year and specific model of the yacht, and that some of these items may be optional extras or added as upgrades. Items marked * may not be available on all yachts. Please enquire for specific inventory lists for each yacht.General Equipment
Navigation & electronics:
2023 Weekly charter rates
1 July – 2 September: €22,000
27 May – 1 July and 2 – 30 September: €19,000
Other months: €18,000
+ VAT (currently 12%)
+ APA* (suggested amount: 30%)
*The Advance Provisioning Allowance* (APA)
The Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) is designed to cover the operating expenses of a charter such as, fuel (for the yacht, her tenders and motorized water toys), food, drinks, land services, electronic communications, canal fees, harbor dues, local taxes and marina fees in private marinas. Depending on the number of guests, type of yacht and duration of charter, the APA will vary. A 30-35% (calculated at the official rate) down payment of the total of the APA is prepaid by client to the Yacht company before the start of the charter. The yacht will be fully-fuelled and provisioned (if you have filled the provision list prior to charter) when the guests step on board. Whilst an up-to-date summary of accounts can be requested at any time during your charter, a full set of accounts will normally be submitted by your captain at the end of the charter. If, during the charter, the expenditure exceeds the sum already paid, additional cash funds will be required at once, on the other side if there is a leftover balance from the money paid by the client, the captain will return the difference in cash to the client prior to disembarkation. All outstanding bills should be settled in cash before final disembarkation. Should reimbursement be effected by bank transfer all bank charges, if any, will be covered by APA.