The Charter Fee includes the charter of the yacht with all its equipment in working order, tools, stores, cleaning materials, basic consumable stores for engine-room, deck and cabins etc.; the crew's wages, food; the insurance of the yacht for marine risk and third party claims and the crew for employer's liability.
The Charterer will be charged extra, at cost, for all other expenses. These will include fuel for the yacht, RIB or other tenders; food, wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks for the Charterer, other consumable stores, berthing dues and other harbour charges away from the yacht's own berth, including pilotage fees and charges for water and electricity taken from the shore, laundry, telephone, fax or telex via radio or Inmarsat, as well as the hire costs of any special equipment placed on board at the request of the Charterer. Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) In addition to the charter fee, you will also be asked to pay an APA of 25-30% of the charter fee to cover the expenses shown above. This is given to the yacht in cash prior to your charter to allow the captain to buy fuel and provision the yacht as per your demands. At the end of the charter, the captain will produce full accounts of all expenditure. You will either be refunded any money not used or asked to pay any additional costs not covered by the APA.
Superyacht "Regina" - a true sailing yacht, unique in many ways
The 183-foot schooner, Regina is a beautiful yacht with expansive teak decks, tall masts and a glossy dark blue hull. She is a unique vessel; the first ever superyacht of this design to be built and launched in Turkey. The alluring lines of the hull are perfectly complemented by the superb layout of the decks, with wide open spaces being a major feature along with an abundance of dining and relaxation areas. Her heavy displacement and strong schooner rig assure a comfortable and enjoyable sailing experience, while her twin engines provide all the power needed to ensure swift passages while not under sail. She is eminently comfortable and offers the discerning charterer a luxurious sailing experience in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Sailing yacht Regina was designed with a generously wide beam, allowing for maximum spaciousness both above decks and below. The yacht's interior decor is a sophisticated blend of classical and modern, where simple and yet elegant furnishings are set against finest clear mahogany. The deck saloon is extremely comfortable, with an abundance of cushioned lounging areas, a formal dining table and a baby grand piano. Guest accommodation is in six staterooms, accessed via the saloon. The aft master stateroom occupies the full beam of the yacht and has a small private study with adjoining walk-in wardrobe, a king size bed and a large en suite finished in marble and onyx. This same theme is carried through to the forward master cabin, which, although slightly smaller in size, has a settee, walk-in wardrobe and beautiful onxy and marble features. The remaining four guest cabins, three doubles and a twin, have been furnished in the same simple, elegant style which highlights the natural beauty of decorative natural stone and timber.
The forward deck has an open air dining area with table seating up to 12 people for breakfast in the sun or for dinner under the stars, and, during the daytime, transforms into a sun deck. While the yacht is underway, the aft seating area is a cool and breezy place in which to sit and enjoy a coffee or read a book accompanied by spectacular coastal scenery. Once at anchor in a quiet bay, a leisurely lunch may be taken here on the aft deck, where the dining area is completely shaded from the sun and offers a relaxed setting for a delicious and healthful summertime meal.
Sturdy ladders, located port and starboard, allow the greatest possible convenience when it is time for swimming, water sports or boarding the tender for a ride ashore. The bow of the yacht carries a range of water sports toys including a jet ski, canoes, water skis and inflatable tubes.
Regina's crew of seven, as lead by Captain Burak, are friendly and yet discreet, bringing the genuine warmth of traditional hospitality to one of the most memorable and relaxing cruise vacations there is.
|Length||56 m||Beam||9.5 m|
|Draft||4 m||Year Built||2010|
|Total Crew||Captain + 6 Crew||Number Of Cabins||6|
|Wi-Fi Connection||Yes||Fuel Consumption||50 lt/hour|
|Cruising Speed||12 knots||Maximum Speed||14 knots|
|Master Cabin||2||Twin Cabin||1|
The interior styling has a classical features and will be executed in clear mahogany wood and white lacquered. All three master cabins has a separate dressing room and specially fitted with Satalitte TV, DVD and music system. Every detail will be considered for guests comformity. Other guest 3 cabins are considered as comfortable as owner cabins. The large saloon and deck area give a possibility of excellent charter cruise for guests both on engine and sail cruising with international and capable sailing hardware.
- 115 hp Zodiac Dinghy
- 110 hp Jet-Ski for 3
- 2 Canoes
55'' LED TV's in saloon and 32'' in all guest cabins. Satellite system, Wi-Fi internet, internal telephone in all cabins,saloon and kitchen. 46'' LED TV in aft deck Playstation III, Blue Ray DVD players,changeable controlled audio system for aft deck, fore deck and interior