S/Y Daniela II - Lagoon 45

S/Y Daniela II - Lagoon 45
Lagoon 45
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Lagoon 45
Sportive and stylish
Daniella II

14.00 m / 45, 11 ft

8 guests

4 cabins

2 crew

Characteristics
Boat model: Lagoon 45
Manufacturer:
Lagoon

Year: 2016
Length: 14.00 m / 45, 11 ft
Beam: 7.80 m / 25,7 ft
Draft: 1.30 m / 4,3 ft
Engine: 2 X 45 cv YANMAR
Flag: Greek
Hull construction: GRP
Hull configuration: Multi hull
9.000 - 12.000 Euros
per week
About

Replacing a catamaran that has come to be seen as a benchmark is no easy task. But the VPLP architects, in partnership with Lagoon and the celebrated Nauta Design studio, have been brilliantly successful in creating the 450.

Accommodation
Number of Guests: 8
Number of Cabins: 4
Bed configuration: Number of cabins: 4Number of guests: 8Cabin configuration: 4 Queens
Equipment
T/T 3.80 meters with 40 hp
Inventory
Autopilot
Swimming ladder
Steering wheel
Speed/depth/wind
Snorkeling equipment
Hot water
Battery charger
GPS + plotter
Full kitchen equipment
Fridge
Dinghy With Outboard Engine
Cockpit table
Cockpit speakers
Cockpit shower
Cockpit cushions
Bed Linens, pillows, pillow cases, towels and quilts
VHF
Watersports
Floating mat
Inflatable towables
fishing gear
wakeboard
water skis adults / children
kayak for 2 pax
snorkeling equipment
Amenities
Air conditioning
Watermaker
Electric heads
Generator
Radio/CD/MP3 Player with speakers
TV/DVD in the saloon
WiFi connection on board
Layout
Crew info
Thanassis Kotsilios
Thanasis Kotsilios
Captain

Thanasis was born in Volos in 1991. He is the captain of Daniela II since 2019. He has a very strong background in sailing and maintenance of boats as well. He is sailing since the age of 12 with traditional wooden sailing boats and on Tall Ships. 
He holds the RYA/MCA Yachtmaster, GMDSS SRC, Power Boat Level 2, and first aid certificate from Hellenic Red Cross. He is also a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver. 
He has accumulated the last years over 30.000 nautical miles as a skipper, sailing the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Aegean Sea, and Black Sea.  He has done many sailing boat deliveries and has worked as a freelance skipper for different sailing cruise companies. Thanasis is always ready and willing to take his guests to a different sailing experience level, providing full relaxing vacation and adventure trips. He is open-minded, adaptable and a calm person. He speaks Greek, English, basic Spanish, and German. 
In his free time, he enjoys scuba diving, hiking, and snowboarding. 

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tina
Tina Heinzig
Cook/Hostess

Tina was born in Germany and she is a sea - addict and in love with giving guests a lifetime experience in beautiful Greece. She studied Political science, Communication, and Media Science at the Leipzig University of Germany. After a few years working in marketing and PR consulting she lost her heart to Greece. With the experience of 6 years as a professional tour guide on different motor yachts with 20 guests in the Aegean sea, Saronic Gulf, and the Ionian Islands makes the perfect crew member to have on board. What a perfect combination of a great cook and a tour guide! Tina will give you an unforgettable taste of Greece, authentic and adventurous. Her passion for storytelling and outdoor sports can be the cherry on top of your sailing holidays.
Besides her mother tongue German, she speaks fluent English and basic French, Spanish, and Greek. In her free time, she enjoys biking, hiking, cross-fit, and skiing.

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S/Y Daniela II - Lagoon 45
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.