BaseThis yacht is based in Greece.
JEANNEAU 64 yacht is a 65.00 ft long sailboat monohull and spends the summer and winter season in Greece. It was built by Jeanneau in 2014. The yacht layout features 4 cabins and accommodates 8 guests. The cabin arrangement is following: 1 king cabin, 2 double cabins, 1 twin cabin.
The sailboat features Volvo D4-180-180 HP / 132 kW ONAN 7.5 Kw 220V 1500RPM engines and a generator.
AccommodationShe can accommodate 8 guests in 4 cabins. The cabin layout comprises a master suite with super-king double and and en suite shower room. There are two other double cabins also with private shower rooms. There is a bunk room with 2 single bunks which has access to a fourth bathroom with wash basin and toilet. All cabins are air-conditioned. The crew cabin is forward and accessed from the bow.
Price from: €9,020
High season rate: €19,250
2021 Weekly Rates
Low - €9,020 (1st April - 22nd May & 1st - 31st October)
Mid - €13,970 (23rd May - 30th June & 1st - 30th September)
High - €19,250 (1st July - 31st August)
Charter Terms - arrival 4pm, departure 10am, diYachting contract
Prices include; Greek VAT
Bookings are only accepted with per person package. €580 per adult per week, €3480 per child under 16 per week, includes; all breakfasts & lunches, soft drinks, tea & coffee onboard, water, yacht & tender fuel. Minimum 4 people
Dinner is optional at €25 per adult, €20 per child for 3 courses and €5 less for 2 courses.
One Way Fees if booking the first leg, free return if already booked
Corfu to Kefalonia OR Kefalonia to Corfu €1200
Captain: Jake Elsden-Powell
Jake was born and grew up on the North Norfolk Coast. 2020 is Jake’s 4th year in the industry and is delighted to be onboard Argentous this summer, it is also his 4th year in the Ionian so he knows the area very well and will take you to the best spots. Previous to
working on yachts he worked in the hospitality industry, chalet host, front of house, sous chef and restaurant service.
Jake takes great pride in his work and his primary concerns ae quality and safety as a yacht master and sailor. Working alongside Kat, they make a very happy crew who enjoy their job and care for each and everyone of their guests.
Kat grew up dinghy sailing in the summers but her real introduction to yachting was through racing whilst at the University of Manchester (sailing out of Liverpool). At first so used to racing her first experience of cruising yachts was a pleasant surprise.
From winter seasons in luxury ski chalets Kat loves making cakes, canapés and treats for afternoon tea. As a flotilla host these skills were transferred to the galley. Always looking for adventure Kat has studied in Canada, been to art school, worked in France, Greece and at a Summer Camp in the USA teaching Synchronised Swimming. She loves working abroad however not many places fuel her addiction to Wasabi Peas. Kat's cooking and baking is always full of fun flavours and ideas that she is keen to share with friends.
Always the host, she loves entertaining and making everyone feel welcome.