Greece / Galaxidi
Cut off from other Greek mainland until 1950, the people of Galaxidi, located on the mainland’s southern tip, relied on the sea for transportation from as far back as the 18th century. Galaxidi was home to some of the country’s most important shipping families, a legacy which can be observed at the Nautical and Historical Museum, the first of its kind in Greece. Apart from its maritime history, Galaxidi is a destination that’s perfect for a weekend break or longer stay. Beautiful neoclassical houses, old captains’ mansions, picturesque ports and the charm of a non-commercialized town are some of the reasons why you should visit.
A three-mast sailing vessel, rigging type – barquentine. With the length of 64 metres, she is one of the biggest sailing yachts in the world. Unique superyacht designed to provide amazing experience for its guests.
Entre Cielos is an absolutely gorgeous Turkish wooden motor sailer of the highest class, elegance and safety.
Five spacious cabins accommodate 10/12 guests in luxurious comfort. She has two master suites, two cabins with queen sized double beds and one single and one twin. Each cabin has ensuite facilities, showers and individually controlled air-conditioning.
Her spacious sun deck has a beautiful forward seating area creating a feeling of full relaxation and leisure.
Measuring 33 meters, M/Y Gemaya offers ONLY 5 sumptuous cabins, ample indoor and outdoor areas, a Lounge & Splash deck complete with jacuzzi, swim platform, as well as various water toys including sea bob, sea scooter, kayak, SuP, tubes and water sports including water ski and wakeboard. The yacht configuration is perfect for socialising or retreating to privacy. Guests experience personal service, fine dining and attention to detail while discovering the Greek islands in impeccable style and comfort. Ensuring enjoyment for all ages, M/Y Gemaya is perfect for friends, families and couples alike and offers one of the best value for money propositions in the market.