S/Y Serenissima - Alegria 67

S/Y Serenissima - Alegria 67
Fountaine Pajot Alegria 67
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Fountaine Pajot Alegria 67
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20.42 m / 67 ft

10 guests

5 cabins

3 crew

Boat model: Fountaine Pajot 67
Berret-Racoupeau Yacht Design

Year: 2019
Length: 20.42 m / 67 ft
Beam: 9.84 m / 32.2 ft
Draft: 1.7 m / 5.57 ft
Engine: Volvo d4 2 X 300 HP each - Generator Fischer Panda 6 KVA Onan 17 KVA
Flag: Greek
Hull construction: GRP
Hull configuration: Multi hull
29.500 - 39.500 Euros
per week

S/Y Serenissima is pure luxury in a catamaran her expansive flybridge with an authentic ocean terrace and a forward cockpit with extensive seating area... are just some of her hallmark features. Experience the exhilaration of sailing or simply relaxing on the decadent lounges or sunbathing beds.Her stunning interior is boldly modern and incredibly spacious to deliver the ultimate in comfort and luxury. She accommodate 10 guests in five cabins - one owner's suite and 4 queen bed cabins all with private bathrooms. The flybridge together with the forward deck offers plenty of space for sunbathing and relaxing and the aft cockpit a great area for socialising and alfresco dining. Our crew consisting of a captain, hostess and chef will look forward to pampering guests on board without leaving any wish unfulfilled. Serenissima is committed to offer all our distinguished guests a calm and luxurious environment. 

Number of Guests: 10
Number of Cabins: 5
Bed configuration: Number of Guests: 10Number of Cabins: 5Cabin Configuration: One master cabin with TV , 4 queen bed cabinsBed Configuration: 5 Queen
Lomac 460 with 60 hp Yamaha engine
Solar Panels
Steering wheel
Snorkeling equipment
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 - adult and child
assorted towable toys
2 X Brompton bicycles
Fishing Gear
Air conditioning
Electric winch
Radio/CD/MP3 Player with speakers
Teak Deck
TV/DVD in the saloon
WiFi connection on board
Crew info
Spiros Tsapras
Spiros Tsapras

Spiros was born in 1975 in Greece. His experience in sailing along with his friendly and enthusiastic personality makes him an ideal Captain for Serenissima! Among, other Spiros has participated in various offshore racing, has done yachts' delivery across the Mediterranean Sea and has worked as an Assistant Instructor in the Hellenic Offshore Racing Club. He holds a RYA Yacht master Offshore Certificate of Competence, GMDSS. Along with his adaptability and great organizational skills captain is always ready to welcome his guests, aiming to ensure a hospitable ambiance onboard. He helps to create exceptional charter experiences, including a fully bespoke itinerary that makes the most of all the Mediterranean has to offer. He speaks Greek, English, Spanish and Thai and in his free time he loves sailing races, cooking, fitness and volunteering.

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Alex Karpis
Alexander Karpis

Alexander was born and raised in gorgeous Cyprus. As his father is a Captain, he has been sailing for most of his life around Cyprus and through the Greek Islands. Alexander feels a deep connection with the sea and never strays too far from the water. He believes in the saying, ‘do what you love and you never work a day in your life’ – he loves sailing and food… making life on Serenissima perfect!

After completing his studies in Biological Sciences at the University of Liverpool, he took the route of becoming a chef. As he has always loved to eat, it was the perfect career decision! He studied through his travels and working in various restaurants where he honed his craft being trained by gifted chefs. The most outstanding was Matthew Zappoli, the head chef in NYY steakhouse, who gave him a solid foundation of knowledge that drastically increased his love and passion for cooking. After that, everything just naturally evolved. 

In his free time, he dedicates himself to music and art. His main instrument is the violin, but also plays the guitar, sings, and will pick up most musical instruments. And eating - he loves Pastichio! Tacos - very spicy! And, enjoying a beautiful Ribeye Steak sauteed in herbs and butter. Alexander is excited for this summer season and showing guests the beauty of the islands while spoiling them with incredible culinary delights.

Languages: English (native); Greek (learning)

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Phoebe Parthenoglou
Phoebe Parthenoglou
Deckhand/ Stewardess

Phoebe is 31 years old and describes herself as a Greek/ Zealander – having been born in New Zealand and raised in Greece and later in London. With a love of the sea, she jumped at the opportunity to work on yachts as a chef. After receiving her sailing and powerboat licenses from Delphinario Sailing School, she changed her focus as a chef to work as a deckhand and stewardess. Along with her sailing qualifications, she is PADI Scuba certified and is a licensed yoga instructor… a perfect combination to have onboard Serenissima.

In her free time, Phoebe has been very active in volunteering. She is currently with Communitism Association of Athens restoring Cultural Heritage buildings and utilizing the spaces as Socio-Cultural Centres. Previously, she was a Board Member and Treasurer of Hestia Hellas/ Chora an NGO based in Athens. She is fun, personable, and excited to welcome Serenissima guests to the beautiful Greek Islands!

Languages: Greek and English (fluent); Spanish (conversational)

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S/Y Serenissima - Alegria 67
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.