Motor Sailing Yacht – MYRA – Italy Yacht Charter


Motor Sailing Yacht MYRA – LENGTH 98ft /29.87m, BUILDER Ege-Yat, BUILT/REFIT 2003/2010, MODEL Custom, BEAM 24.61ft /7.5m, GROSS TONNAGE 150 Tonnes, DRAFT 9.68ft /2.95m, CRUISING SPEED 8 Knots

LAST MINUTE OFFER | Gulet Myra 12 – 24 Aug 2018, Milazzo – Milazzo

• 12 days 25.000 € + Vat + Apa instead of 32.500 euro
• 10 days 22.000 € + Vat + Apa instead of 27.000 euro

Myra is still available for charter in September. Cruising area: Southern Italy. Charter rate per week: 17.000 euro + 8.8 % vat + apa

With loads of ambience and meticulously maintained, Gulet MYRA is a 29-metre purpose-built motor-sailing yacht available for chartering along the scenic coast of  Italy Amalfi and Gulf of Naples, the Aeolian Islands and Sicily and by special request Sardinia.

MYRA accommodates up to 12 guests in six cabins, four double cabins each with ensuite and two twins all with ensuites and air-conditioned throughout.

The mahogany interior boasts a massive lounge area for relaxing and formal dining, decorated in traditional marine themes, including a beautifully-crafted brass porthole – the product of Massimo’s in-depth historic research.

In the saloon, along with plenty of space for reclining and taking in the view, are all the tech-gadgets guests need for entertainment and keeping in touch, such as 50′ flatscreen Sony TV, Bose stereo, CD/DVD, and Wi-Fi.

But it’s on deck where MYRA truly shines. On her bow, the large sundeck has cushions and ample space for lazing in the sunshine, while the aft deck is equally inviting.

There’s a table setting for 12 to enjoy alfresco dining, with a shadecloth for protection in the heat of the day.

For active charter guests, MYRA has a complement of watertoys including a 4.1m tender with 40hp motor for towing and waterskiing, as well as kayaks and snorkelling gear.

Day and night, MYRA is a seductive and sublime vessel for charter guests seeking something extraordinary. Her dedicated crew know the region from a life-time of sailing these waters and will share their local knowledge with the fortunate guests onboard MYRA.