George V is a crewed charter motor yacht, available for hire in Greece from Athens.
The spacious flying bridge with all the latest comforts, the saloon, the dining area and the fully outfitted galley meeting all culinary needs, and the four luxury staterooms guarantee maximum enjoyment of the pleasures of seafaring.
The master stateroom is impressive, but guests in the fore peak VIP will feel like kings, too. It features a step-up queen-size berth, en suite head, and seven-foot headroom. Just aft and to port is another stateroom with two single berths that are a great fit for the kids. The fore peak features two closets, while the kid’s room has stowage above the outboard berth as well as a small closet
The helm station has leather seating for two. The main cabin’s vent windows open with the push of a button, as does a door to the starboard side deck that is thoughtfully fitted with an electronic security feature and an emergency manual override. A 32-inch flat-panel TV is dropping in/ out-of-sight.
The lower deck arrangement is fixed, offering either a four-stateroom/four -head layout. In either case, the master stateroom extends full beam and has three-foot-tall hull side “windows” that open to allow natural ventilation. A compartment aft of the machinery space is arranged as crew’s quarters for three and also serves as a storage and work area.
Exterior spaces follow the same uncluttered theme as the interior. A teak-soled after deck has built-in bench style seating and room enough for a table and chairs. A passerelle extends from a pocket in the transom with a push of a button. Stairs lead above to the bridge deck and aft to a water-sports platform with a hydraulic lift that is designed to carry a tender.
The space above deck is dedicated for pleasure and is arranged with seating areas and a wet bar with a refrigerator and an ice-maker. A built-in barbecue grill and freezer is also fitted. An exterior control station has helm and companion seating and space for a full complement of electronics.
The 64 is powered by a pair of 2 x 1015 HP Caterpillar C18 diesels which have more than enough muscle to deliver impressive performance.
LOA: 20.51 m ( 67’29 ft )
Beam: 5.31 m ( 17’42 ft )
Draft: 0.95 m ( 3’12 ft )
Builder: Aicon Yachts Italy
Naval Architect: Marco Mannino
Displacement: 49.000 kg
Engines: 2 x 1015 BHP Caterpillar C18
Generator: 1 x Kohler 23 kW
Fuel consumption: 390 Liters/Hr
Fuel capacity: 3.500 litres
Fresh water capacity: 1.000 liters
Air Condition: Yes
Maximum speed: 31.0 knots
Cruising speed: 25.0 knots
Range up to 300 miles
Cabins: 4 ( 2 double + 1 x twin 1 x bunk cabin)
1 x Tender Zodiac 3.50 m with 40 BHP Yamaha
Foldaway swimming ladder
Teak-laid bathing platform and steps
Large dinette with table
Flat screen TV with SAT receiver
Radio/CD with speakers in cabin and cockpit
Hot and cold water
Charter price per week
Charter price per week
Yacht details are displayed in good faith and believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Details to be confirmed by our Yacht Charter Specialists during booking process.
All information are subject to change without notice. Yacht charter prices are for a one-week charter or per day. Exact pricing and/ or any other detail will be confirmed in charter contract.
Greek VAT is 11.5 % and that is extra.
We use HYBA (Hellenic Yacht Brokers Association) contract that is designed to standardize charter terms and protect the Charterer ( You) , the Owner, and the Agent/Broker.
Charter fee is paid in two rates ; 50% of charter fee when the charter contract is signed and 50 % 4 weeks before charter commencement. Extra expenses are charged with Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA). APA is usually 25 % to 30 % of total charter fee and also depending on your itinerary, food, beverages etc. Captain will keep accurate records of funds spent during your charter and at the end of the charter, you will be refunded the difference, or you will asked to pay more during the cruise if further running costs are incurred.