S/Y Nomad - Lagoon 52

S/Y Nomad - Lagoon 52
Lagoon 52F
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Lagoon 52F
Distinguished And Modern
Nomad under sail

15.80 m / 51,10 ft

12 guests

6 cabins

3 crew

Boat model: Lagoon 52F

Year: 2019
Length: 15.80 m / 51,10 ft
Beam: 8.60 m / 28,3 ft
Draft: 1.50 m / 4,11 ft
Engine: 2 x 80HP Yanmar 4JH4TCE
Flag: Greek
Hull construction: GRP
Hull configuration: Multi hull
16.500 - 20.500 Euros
per week

With its diamond-shaped vertical bows, bevelled hulls, its as if levitated deckhouse and tall rig, NOMAD is no ordinary catamaran, but its originality goes a great deal further than just its "outer" appearance, or even its interior layout. Superior in terms of elegance, comfort, safety, user friendliness and, it goes without saying, performance under sail. Luxurius and temporary, with soft shades for a harmonious interior continuous horizontal and fluent lines give the interior open and generous spaces continuity between exterior and interior life, a slender exterior design for a boat with a strong character. The saloon encompasses the lounge and dining table to starboard, a large galley in U shape on port side the chart table in the middle, facing out to sea, the “U” galley is equipped with large hot plates, large work space and plenty of storage
the circulation in the salon is optimized, between the lounge and the galley, all the cabins have large double beds, storage space in keeping with the offshore sailing program of the boat and, of course, an en-suite bathroom with separate shower, the cabins have incomparable natural lighting thanks to the fixed hull windows, together with excellent ventilation thanks to the deck hatches and portholes that open out to the hull-side or to the cockpit. 

“In the eyes of an eight-year-old, the most wonderful thing about Lake Michigan was grandpa’s boat. Sailing was a love of his and I was a glad participant. A particularly rare treat was spending the night on the boat, gently being rocked to sleep by the bobbing waves and steady clanking of metal against mast. My grandpa tried to show me the Milky Way, directing my eyes by way of the North Star. He told us the meaning of the boat’s name, a word that sounded funny at the time. “Nomad,” he said, “is the word for a wanderer, a drifting, homeless traveler.” Feeling like the darkened sky could swallow me up in seconds, under the stars, I felt the same.” by Ravi Zacharias Ministries.

Number of Guests: 12
Number of Cabins: 6
Bed configuration: Number of cabins: 6Cabin configuration: 1 TwinBed configuration: 5 Queen, 2 SingleNumber of guests: 12
T/T 3.90m with 50HP
Steering wheel
Snorkeling equipment
Hot water
Battery charger
GPS + plotter
Full kitchen equipment
Dinghy With Outboard Engine
Cockpit table
Cockpit speakers
Cockpit shower
Cockpit cushions
Bimini and Sprayhood
Bed Linens, pillows, pillow cases, towels and quilts
Water skis
2 x SUP
Kayak for 2
Inflatable towables
Snorkelling gear
Fishing gear
Inflatable platform
Air conditioning
Electric heads
Electric winch
Radio/CD/MP3 Player with speakers
Teak Deck
TV/DVD in the saloon
WiFi connection on board
Crew info
Giorgos Benis

Giorgos born and raised in Volos of Greece in 1966. 

He studied mechanical engineer back when his was young.
He then decided to imrpove his sailing skills and he now ows Offshore, Speed boat, Life and saving & Fire fighting certificates. 
From 1995, he has worked with many charter companies in Greece as a skipper, he has very good experience in sailing in the Aegean Sea and Ionian also with monohuls and catamaran sailing yachts, 30 up to 55 feet. 
Before getting on board on Nomad, he was sailing on a 58ft catamaran doing daily cruises in Santorini. 

He also owns a sailing school in Volos from 2010. 

A very well experienced captain to explore Greek seas. 

Languages: English

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Mihran Yaghjian

Mihran is of Armenian descent and raised in Athens, Greece where he lives with his wife along with their 2 children. With a cooking resume packed with experience from the time of his graduation in 2011 from Le Monde Institute of Hotel and Tourism in Athens, he is the perfect addition to the Nomad crew. 
Even before his studies, he began as a sous chef and worked in many different regions of France. 
With a love of the water and travel, Myran returned to Greece and began in the yachting world as a chef on both catamarans and motor yachts. Passionate about international tastes and learning new techniques to blend with traditional foods, his creations will excite the palate!

For many years, he volunteered in the Armenian community in Greece. Among other organizations, he worked with the Armenian Boy Scouts and was on the Council for the Armenian Cultural Association along with being a member of their Theatrical Team.

Mihran looks forward to welcoming you aboard and creating exceptional dishes to complement your incredible holiday on Nomad.
He speaks Greek and Armenian, fluent English and conversational French.

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Valasia Zafeiraki

Valasia is from Greece and born in 1988. Her passion for life, traveling, adventure, and sailing brought her into the yachting world. Her friendly nature welcomes guests and her dedication to your charter is evident in her exceptional service. Valasia has years of restaurant and catering experience- quite a few of those years as a chef herself. With her extensive knowledge of the service industry and her sailing experience, she brings these combined skills to offer a fabulous charter on Nomad.

In her free time, Valasia has volunteered at a primary school in Cambodia. Along with teaching English classes, she was a team leader to organize groups in creating a fun and creative learning environment for children. She loves sailing and has competed in numerous regattas in both Greece and Turkey. In her time off the water, she enjoys cooking, singing, and traveling. Her excitement and passion for charters bring great energy to Nomad and help to create an incredible holiday for her guests.

Languages: Greek and English (fluent); French and Italian (basic)

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S/Y Nomad - Lagoon 52
Charter Type
Luxury yacht with professional crew (2 or more) and full amenities including water toys.
A bareboat yacht including a professional skipper and a hostess.
With the proper certification, you can sail the yacht yourself- no crew or water toys included.
Sailing area
Mykonos, Santorini, Paros, Naxos and more
Rhodes, Patmos, Kos, Symi and more
Corfu, Kefalonia, Lefkas, Zakynthos and more
Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonnisos, Skyros and more
Hydra, Salamis, Aegina, Spetses and more
Yacht Type
One of the major advantages of a catamaran is their inherent stability.
Powerboats have low clearance and they give significantly better speed and range.
A Monohull will tack quickly, is much more manoeuvrable and is faster to respond to the helm.