Queen of Makri is a modern, 37.20m gulet that accommodates groups of up to 12 guests in 6 beautiful cabins. She consists of two master cabins, three double cabins and one twin cabin. Each cabin has its own luxurious en suite bathroom. There is a bright, airy saloon and indoor dining area as well as multiple outdoor dining areas. The very large fore and aft decks provide the perfect place for al fresco dining and offer ample space to soak up the sun.
Queen of Makri offers fantastic sailing with no compromise on luxury.
Weekly charter rate:
High Season (July & August): €59,500+ 20% VAT + APA
Mid Season (June & September): €53,500 +20% VAT + APA
Low Season (May & October): €42,000 + 20% VAT + APA
Charter rate includes: All running expenses of the yacht, yacht insurance, service of the crew, fuel for up to 4 hours cruising per day and fuel for generators.
- Private mooring fees are an extra cost. It is not obligatory for the yacht to be in the port each night. The yacht can also anchor in many of the safe anchorages in the area.
- Fuel for motor-operated equipment
- All land tours if requested
- All expenses related to visiting the Greek Islands
- Transfer from/to the airport/hotel can be organised on request.
- Crew Gratuity
APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance): APA is an estimate (usually 20%-30% of the charter rate) paid with the balance for covering running costs during the charter (food, drinks, fuel, mooring fees, and anything else that guests might need while on charter). Final accounts will be produced by the Captain at the end of the charter and any unused funds will be refunded in full to the Charterer directly. If the funds are not sufficient, the Captain will advise the Charterer accordingly and bills will be settled upon disembarkation.
Crew Gratuity: Although discretionary, a crew gratuity of 10-15% of the charter fee is customary.
CYBA/MYBA terms will apply.
Payment conditions: 50% of the charter rate within 7 days of signing the charter agreement, remaining 50% plus VAT plus APA, at least 5 weeks before the beginning of the charter.