BaseThis yacht is based in Greece.
NOMAD yacht is a 52.00 ft long sailboat catamaran and spends the summer and winter season in Greece. It was built by Lagoon in 2019. The yacht layout features 6 cabins and accommodates 12 guests. The cabin arrangement is following: 5 queen cabins, 1 twin cabin.
The sailboat features 2 x 80HP Yanmar 4JH4TCE engines .
Accommodation5 Queen bed cabins with ensuite bathroom
1 cabin with up and down bunk beds
Price from: €14,500
High season rate: €18,500
Period A (July/August)Euro 18500 + 12% VAT + 20% APA
Period B (June and September) Euro 16500 + 12% VAT + 20% APA
Period C (October - May) Euros 14500 + 12% VAT + 20% APA.
Charters for less than a week are only available upon request and the weekly rate is divided by 6.
Captain: Giorgos Benis
Captain: Giorgos Benis
Giorgos born and raised in Volos of Greece in 1966.
He studied mechanical engineer back when he was young.
He then decided to improve his sailing skills and he now owns 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 monohulls 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 since 2010.
A very well experienced captain to explore Greek seas.
Chef: 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.