Aicon 75

  • 23.22 m ( 76'2 ft )
  • 5.88 m ( 19'3 ft )
  • 1.12 m ( 3'7 ft )
  • 2010
  • Aicon Yachts Italy
  • 4
  • 8
  • 3
  • 25.0 Knots

Aicon 75

With elegant lines, sophisticated style and innovative design and layout, the Aicon 75 Fly is a charter yacht, that evokes the colour and atmosphere of the Mediterranean.

Extreme attention to detail, a desire for excellence and original design ensures harmonious living aboard. There is a sophisticated atmosphere aboard created through beautiful lighting solutions, the use of teak, eco-leather inserts and rich materials.

The wide windows and portholes create a relaxing environment and the perfect platform to admire the Greek Mediterranean Sea. There are many private spaces which give life aboard a balance and highlight the pleasure of being at sea.

Aicon 75 Fly takes the key style and concepts of Aicon Yachts a stage further: open, continuous spaces, fluid lines and a design that guarantees each area privacy and autonomy while highlighting the extreme comfort of life aboard. The exterior lines of the Aicon 75 Fly show an elegant, fluid form that accentuates the powerful movement of the yacht, a key Aicon design feature.

The continuous lines stretch the length of the yacht, creating a unity between the hull, the sides and the profile of the rollbar. The generous stern cockpit offers a large divan that doubles as a seat for the dining table and to the right of the large, reflecting door that leads to the living area, there are the stairs that lead to the flybridge. The bow area, in addition to the traditional sunbathing area, has a table to allow peaceful, open-air drinks and cocktails. A large stowage locker is situated to the bow of the starboard (right-hand) walkway fitting into to the owner’s bathroom.

On the spacious, full-beam flybridge, there is an amble C-shaped divan that doubles as a seat for the table, positioned at the centre. The pilot position, also to the centre of the flybridge, has a double seat with a unit behind it that is fully equipped for entertainment and offers an open-air barbeque. To the front of the dashboard, stretches a large and comfortable sun-bathing area.

The living area of the Aicon 75 Fly is cleverly designed to give the impression of flowing open space but at the same time offers a series of individual areas, each one harmoniously balanced as part of the whole. Moving from the stern forward, you encounter first a lounge area with two couches positioned to give a conversation nook. Dividing this area from a lunch area is a cabinet with a movable LCD television screen, allowing viewing from both areas. Moving forward there is a galley or kitchen unit that sits alongside an elegant eight-seater glass table.

The galley area, even though it is placed to the centre of the living area, doesn’t interrupt the fluid lines of the yacht, allowing an uninterrupted view from the stern to the pilot area, which has a double seat, and to starboard an office area with writing desk. The same fluidity of space is maintained at the centre of the yacht: the galley has a double opening with sliding doors to port and starboard (the starboard one is optional), guaranteeing visual liberty across the axis of the yacht and ensuring excellent ventilation. The living and the deck areas are finished with leather inserts in the furniture, adding a touch of rich elegance and offering continuity of style throughout the yacht, from the bow to the stern and below decks.

Moving towards the bow there is a corridor with two symmetrical guest cabins, with twin beds, identical in area and in layout. Both cabins have en-suite bathrooms with showers and fitted wardrobes. To the centre of the yacht, there is the spacious owner’s suite, which takes advantage of the full beam of the yacht. The light, airy cabin is illuminated by a stylish rounded porthole, a characteristic of Aicon, and offers a walk-in wardrobe, beauty unit and writing desk looking out of the porthole. A large ensuite bathroom becomes part of the suite and offers twin basins with a hydro-massage shower that can be separated by a sliding door to the right. The heads are situated towards the stern and accessed by a separate door. To the bow there is the VIP cabin with a large wardrobe, couches and a separate bathroom.

Perfect choice for familiy charter in Greece.

Technical Specifications:

LOA: 23.22 m ( 76’2 ft )
Beam: 5.88 m ( 19’3 ft )
Draft: 1.12 m ( 3’7 ft )
Built: 2010
Builder: Aicon Yachts Italy
Naval Architect: In house
Displacement: 51.000 kg
Engines: 2 x 1572 HP Caterpillar C32 Diesel
Generator: 1 x Mase 20 kW + 1 x 13 kW
Fuel capacity: 5.170 litres
Fresh water capacity: 930 liters
Bowthruster: Yes
Air Condition: Yes
Maximum speed: 32.0 knots
Cruising speed: 25.0 knots
Range up to 300 miles
Cabins: 4 ( 2 double + 2 twin all en-suite )
Guests: 8
Crew: 3

Tender and Sea Toys:

1 x Tender
1 x Jet Ski
Water Skis
Snorkelling Gear
Fishing Gear

Foldaway swimming ladder
Teak-laid bathing platform and steps
Hot and cold swimming shower
Flatscreen television
DVD player
Radio/CD with speakers in cabin and cockpit


Aicon 75

Charter price per week

€ 28.000 High

Charter price per week

€ 22.200 Low




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.

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