Mega Yacht ALEXANDER - Turkey Luxury Motor Yacht

ALEXANDER Yacht Charter in Turkey Description

Luxury Motor Yacht ALEXANDER truly is a megayacht unlike many others in her class. ALEXANDER combines elegant design with an infinite range of facilities and amenities for corporate groups or large family groups. Motor Yacht ALEXANDER is one of the few Mediterranean Motor Yachts capable of accommodating up to 80 guests in luxurious staterooms and suites.
ALEXANDER Master Suite Salon

Based in Greece, Motor Yacht ALEXANDER is available throughout the Mediterranean and is the ideal yacht for the discerning client. With a cruising speed of 16 knots, she has excellent long-range cruising capabilities to enable guests to enjoy the best of the Mediterranean whilst delighting in absolute luxury and comfort onboard.

Motor Yacht ALEXANDER is fully equipped with a unique range of facilities including an outdoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi, a full-size discotheque and bar with state of the art sound system, a 27 Seat private cinema / conference room, 24 Satellite TV channels throughout , a children’s playroom with television and video game systems, a beauty salon, a full gymnasium , closed Circuit TV and security alarm, a fully equipped hospital and a fully certified helipad with lights and securing points.

With a large professional crew and this great range of amenities, ALEXANDER is the ideal Mediterranean cruising yacht for larger groups.

Yacht Charter Accommodation

The accommodation onboard Motor Yacht ALEXANDER includes: 1 X Master Suite with 1 bedroom, bathroom with separate Jacuzzi, salon and dressing room 12 x Two-bedroom Suites, each one with 1 double bedroom and 1 twin bedroom, separate bathrooms and connecting salon. 2 x Two-bedroom Suites, each one with 2 double bedrooms, separate bathrooms and connecting salon. 4 x Double Staterooms with bathroom 7 x Twin Staterooms with bathroom 2 x Single Stateroom with bathroom

Yacht Charter Specifications

Type/Year: Greece Luxury Motor Yacht/1965 
Refit:   Beam: 16.90m (55' 5") 
L.O.A.: 122.00m (400' 3")  Crew: 58 
Charter Guest: 81  Max Speed: 16 knots 
Cabins: 39  Engines:  
Cruise Speed: 15 knots  More Yacht Info:  
Published in Yacht Charter
Monday, 02 May 2011 15:12

Yacht Charter Turkey

Yacht Charter Turkey

Turkey has become one of the most popular areas for bareboat yacht charter holidays and flotilla sailing, in the Mediterranean. With more coastline than any other Mediterranean country, you're guaranteed to find a pretty anchorage for your charter yacht. The Turkish coastline tends to have a few more trees (pine) than the rest of the Mediterranean yacht charter areas, and even has the odd waterfall. Along the coasts of the Aegean and Mediterranean, you'll sail within turquoise waters and sheltered bays that were once touched by the Carians, Lycians, Greeks, Romans and Byzantines. You can also sail upon ancient ruins an archeological sites including Greek cities, sunken Roman harbors and crusader castles. It's no surprise that Turkey is such a wealth of culture, history and intrigue.

The cuisine in Turkey reflects a meeting point between Asia and Europe. Apart from the traditional shish kebabs and raki, there is amazingly fresh vegetables and good wine available, along with other provisions in the marinas. The biggest yacht charter base in Turkey is Bodrum which boasts the magnificent Knights of Rhodes fortress.

Drop anchor in the crystal clear cove of Tersane and spend your day snorkeling in the turquoise waters; Meander your way through the marble street of ancient Ephesus; Visit Kizilkuyruk Koyu with its famous beaches and magnificent sunsets; Sail to Ekinçik with its stunning red cliffs and steep wooded slopes; Visit the ruins of ancient Caunos; Soak in the sunken Turkish baths of Cleopatra at Haman, or simply, enjoy the culinary delights and lively dining at a colorful seaside cafe.

So many aspects make Turkey a delightful yacht charter location. The popularity of Turkey as a sailing destination lies as much in the fantastic Mediterranean climate as it does with the undeniable charm of its shores.

The Mediterranean enjoys 315 cloudless days per year. During the peak of charter season, between April and October, the skies are blue and the waters are warm. In midsummer, charter guests enjoy glorious sunsets and long evenings, under gentle winds and still seas. With stunning coastline, dotted with hundred of coves and bays, and an endless myriad of history and culture to explore, Turkey has an undeniable charm and intrigue.

All the main types of yacht charter boats are available in Turkey including motor, sailing, bareboat charter, skippered, crewed yachts, catamaran, power boat, sailboat, luxury yachts and even the occasional super yacht charter.

Charter your own yacht and come to sample some of the delights of Turkey.

Published in Yacht Charter
Saturday, 08 January 2011 11:19

Yacht Charter Greece

Yacht Charter Greece - Bareboats and Sailing Boat Holidays in Greece

Chartering your own yacht offers you all the eminence and advancement of a luxury floating villa for the complete and positive atmosphere to conduct business or pleasure. The diligence of a professional crew on board dedicated to your satisfaction from the time you step on board. We offer highly personalized services for your formal and sophisticated or casual and adventurous yacht charter vacation.

Greece Yachts provides a sophisticated chartering service to choose from the magnificent luxury yachts in the world's finest cruising destinations for your yacht charter vacation.
yacht charter greece

The in-depth knowledge of the cruising grounds and season, charter yachts in the market, crew onboard and the ability to quickly evaluate the personal requirements of the client qualify us to offer you a successful yacht charter experience. All  boats are in excellent condition, easy to handle, full equipped for pleasant and safe sailing vacation. Starting from a base in Athens or Corfu you can sail the most popular sailing areas like Saronic, Argolic, Gyclades and Ionian.


A monohull is a type of boat with only one hull, unlike multihulled boats which can have two or more individual hulls connected to one another. This is the most prevalent form of waterborne vessel. It is the most straightforward and intuitive design.


A catamaran has more space available than a similar length monohull, is more stable and steady when at sea and sails faster. Because of the two hulls each with cabins and the large deck area with the master cabin, a catamaran can carry more people or offer more space available for the same amount of people as a monohull.

Published in Sail Boats