Salty | Alalunga 78

Salty | Alalunga 78
Charter up to 10 guests in 4 cabins with a crew of 4
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Charter up to 10 guests in 4 cabins with a crew of 4
Salty Alalunga 78 is a 23.8m Luxury Motor Yacht available for rent refit in 2019. Book Online.
Salty Alalunga 78 crewed motor yacht for charter in Greece

23,8

10 guests

4 cabins

4 crew

Characteristics
Boat model: Alalunga
Manufacturer:
Alalunga

Year: 2006
Length: 23,8
Beam: 5.75 m
Draft: 2.53 m
Engine: 2 X CATERPILLAR C32 1670HP 2 X KHOLER Generators
Flag:
Hull construction:
Hull configuration: Monohull
26.000 - 31.000
per week
About

The elegant 23,8m motor yacht SALTY was built by the renowned Italian shipyard Spertini Alalunga and is available for crewed yacht rentals in Greece. She has a relaxing and pleasant living room as well as a dining area. She can accommodate up to ten guests in four large and stylish staterooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom. Her four-person skilled and pleasant crew will make your yacht charter vacation unforgettable. She boasts a contemporary main saloon with lovely white soft and hardwood furniture. The luxury yacht Salty also has lots of deck space for a range of outdoor activities, a pleasant outdoor dining room for alfresco drinks and meals, and a sun deck with a lounging area and plenty of sun pads where you can soak up the sun and relax with a cool drink.

  • Built: 2006 / Refit: 2019
  • Guests: 10 / Cabins: 4
  • Crew: 4
  • 4 meter Zodiac with brand new 50 hp Tohatsu engine
  • Seabob (1) - free for weekly charters, 350 euro per day for day charters
  • SUP (1)
  • Canoe (2 pax)
  • Tube (1)
  • Water ski for adults
  • Floating lounging platform
Accommodation
Number of Guests: 10
Number of Cabins: 4
Bed configuration: 1 Master Cabin with walk in closet, 1 VIP Cabin, 2 Twin cabins with 1 pullman bed in each cabin
Equipment
Inventory
VHF
Watersports
Sup (1)
Tube (1)
Seabob (1) - free for weekly charters, 200 euro per day for day charters
Amenities
WiFi connection on board
Layout
Crew info
Athanasios Nasopoulos
Captain

Athanasios was born in 1956 in Greece. In 1975, his maritime career began in the military onboard submarines. From there, he became a professional skipper in 1995 on motor yachts. In 2001, he received his RYA Yachtmaster in Falmouth England. Athanasios is a skilled and meticulous captain giving guests the feeling of safety throughout the charter. He is very social and welcoming - come cruising the gorgeous Greek islands and experience Thanos' great hospitality.

Languages: Greek and English (fluent)

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Dimitrios Nikakis
Chef

Chef Dimitrios was born in 1980 in Greece. From 2002- 2004, he studied at Le Monde Culinary School of Athens. Throughout his career, Demetrios has worked in restaurants throughout the country- as well, he has owned his own restaurants in both Athens and Corfu. He joined the crew of Salty in the summer of 2021. Extremely motivated, he is constantly working to develop additional culinary skills to delight his guests. He has a passion for creating showstopper dishes and combining flavours and textures using local ingredients. With his love of food and his creative ideas, he is ready for a great season cruising the islands and offering his guests the best culinary experience on their charter holiday.

Languages: Greek and English (excellent)

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TBA
Stewardess
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Salty | Alalunga 78
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.