Motor Yacht Mary is a luxurious Ferretti 68 motor yacht that is available for crewed charters in Greece, from the Dodecanese islands base of Rhodes. She accommodates up to 8 guests in 4 cabins and 3 bathrooms and has a fully professional crew of 3 on board.
This stylish motor yacht is equipped with all the amenities required to ensure comfort, elegance, and exceptional performance. Based in Rhodes, Mary is perfect for private charters in the Cyclades, Crete, the Turkish coast, and the Dodecanese islands. The sun deck provides ample space for sunbathing or enjoying a barbeque under the shade of the Bimini, while the aft deck’s table is perfect for breakfast or brunch while admiring the serene seascape.
The fully air-conditioned salon, adorned with rich cream leather, is ideal for relaxing with your favorite DVD or CD, while the briarwood dining table comfortably seats eight in the raised dining area. The crew attends to your every need, serving delicious gourmet meals that are tailored to your personal taste, allowing you and your guests to indulge in a 5-star luxury experience.
|Basic Specifications||Ferretti 68|
|Engines (hp)||2x 1200|
|Fuel capacity (lt)||4200|
|Water capacity (lt)||1000|
|Cruising speed (knots)||24|
|Max speed (knots)||33|
|Main engines consumption (lt/h)||310|
FULLY CREWED: crew of 3, in separate compartments
Accommodation: 8 guests in 2 double & 2 twin cabins, fully air conditioned
Tender & Toys
Motor Yacht Mary
2023 weekly charter rates:
+ VAT (currently 12%)
+ APA (approx. 25-30%)
Charter rates are in Euro and refer to weekly charter period.
Charter rates include:
Hire of yacht and her equipment (on board entertainment equipment, auxiliary crafts and water toys included) and crew wages. All Yachts are listed in CYA, Yachtfolio and Charter Index.
Charter rates do not include:
• All crewed yachts are quoted ‘Plus Expenses’ and the specific terms often referred to as “MYBA terms” stipulate that the charter fee includes charter of the yacht and equipment, crew wages and food, ship’s laundry, basic operating consumables, and insurance of the yacht for marine risk, third party claims, and the crew for employer’s liability insurance. Yachts quoted as ‘plus expenses’ means that the Charterer will be charged at cost, for all other expenses. These expenses include but are not limited to food and beverages for the charter guests, fuel for the yacht and auxiliary craft(s) and water toys, berthing fees, harbor and pilot fees, customs charges, divers’ fees where required, communication charges, VAT, taxes, communications, guest laundry, shore-side electricity and water, onshore transfers and tours and anything else not specifically included in the charter fee.
• APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance): In crewed charters, the Charterer pays upfront an estimated amount for these expenses, this is then forwarded to the Captain who will be responsible for making all payments as necessary, accounting of Charterer’s expenses, advising the latter periodically as to the disbursement of the APA and providing at the end of the charter a breakdown with as many receipts as possible. The amount provided up front for such expenses is called Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA), it is collected with the last payment before the charter and its purpose is to enhance the level of services rendered, by allowing the Charterer to remain un-distracted by day to day expenses. Deductions from APA represent expenses accrued and paid for from APA. Being an estimated allowance, APA is usually calculated at between 20 and 35% of the charter fee depending on the yacht specifics and the charter location. The final, actual expenses accrued may be more or less depending on Charterer’s individual requirements. Should the Charterer spend more than their estimated expense allowance, additional payment will be required during their charter and under all circumstances the Charterer must settle all accounts in cash before disembarking at the end of the charter. Conversely, any unspent APA will be refunded to the Charterer at the end of the charter.
• VAT: As stipulated by Greek Law, Value Added Tax is collected by the Owner at the expense of the Charterer. The Charterer shall at all times be liable to pay for the VAT amount applicable by Law at the time the charter is executed. Charter VAT nominal rate is 24%. For charters of duration that exceeds 48 hours, on condition that it is proven to have sailed at high seas for over 60% of the charter period and over 60% of the distance travelled during the charter, then the nominal rate is discounted by 50% or more. Should the Charterer fail to fulfill the conditions for VAT discount application or should any changes in applicable tax legislation take place after the issuance of the charter agreement, that result in change of final charter VAT and hence of total amount(s) due, then the difference will be credited or debited accordingly to the Charterer. VAT legislation and the resulting VAT rates and conditions applicable are subject to change without prior notice, at no responsibility of the Broker, Stakeholder or Owner.
• Crew Gratuities: All of our yachts support MYBA tipping policy so Crew gratuities (tips) are at Charterer’s discretion. A gratuity between 5% and 15% of the contracted gross Charter Fee for the entire crew is generally suggested to the Charterer but it should be clear that the Charterer is under no obligation to leave a gratuity and at no time should a gratuity be solicited, either verbally or in written form when the Charterer is settling the final account.