MARIA VEK yacht is a 59.00 ft long motor yacht monohull and spends the summer in Greece and winter season in Greece. It was built by Princess, UK in 1998. A refit was done in 2012. The yacht layout features 3 cabins and accommodates 7 guests. The cabin arrangement is following: 2 queen cabins, 1 twin cabin, 1 pullman cabin.
Weekly price low-high season
Price from: €10,500
High season rate: €11,900
July & August: EUR 11,900/week
June & September: EUR 10,500/week
Rest period upon request
Crew of 2 is already included in the price
Plus: Vat 12% and A.P.A. 30%
Embarkation from Paros (Piso Livadi) or Naxos or Amorgos (NO relocation fees) for weekly charters in “Small Cyclades”
VAT rate is determined by applicable tax legislation and may be subject to change without prior notice or responsibility on the Broker, the Stakeholder or the Owner.
Should any changes in applicable tax legislation take place after the issuance of a charter agreement resulting in changes in total amount(s) due then the difference will be credited or debited accordingly to the Charterer.
Autopilot, Compass, Depthfinder, Depthmeter, DepthSounder, GPS-Ploter, Speedmeter
Horseshoe lifebuoy , Floating light , Emergency helm , Life raft , Torch light , Bosun's chair , Radar reflector , Black Ball , Fire extinguishers , Safety belts , Life jackets , Box of flares , First aid kit , Fog horn
Speedmeter Coffe Maker
Mini Bar Dryer
Washing Machine Electric gangway
Captain: Antonis Vekris
CAPTAIN: Antonis Vekris
Captain Antonis Vekris was born in Katapola of Amorgos in a “captain family”. His father captain Pantelis Vekris and grandfather Antonis Vekris were two of the best captains of Amorgos. At the age of twelve, apart from being a student he was also a crew member of his father’s fishing boat. Later on he embarked as a sailor on a cargo ship. Since 1975 he has been a licentiate captain and in 1980 he became owner and captain of a sea cruiser.
He has been sailing to all the Ionian and Aegean islands of Greece for 38 years. He knows all the attractions and beauties of the Cyclades, especially those of Amorgos and The Small Cyclades.