Gulet Lady Freya was launched in 2008 and refitted in 2017. Sailing yacht is 22.76 meters long and her maximum beam is 6.05 meters.
Lady Freya gulet accommodates 8 guests in 4 cabins
– 1 aft master cabin with queen size bed, bathroom, A/C,
– 1 forward master cabin with queen size bed, bathroom, A/C,
– 2 port and starboard double cabins, bathroom, A/C
A powerful tender (4,20 meters Joker tender, 70 HP) and a host of water toys (1 adult waterski, 1 child waterski, 1 wakeboard, 1 kneeboard, 1 monoski, 2 ringos, 2 paddleboards, 1 single and 1 double canoe, snorkeling, and fishing equipment).
Gulet Lady Freya will be chartering in Greece and Turkey with a Greek charter license. She will be based in the Dodecanese islands and under current regulations, and she will have the flexibility to start and/or end charters in Greece and Turkey.
Lady Freya gulet has 3 professional crew on board. (Captain, Chef, Steward)
Gulet Lady Freya provides satellite TV in saloon and at aft deck, DVD/CD player in the saloon, iDock, Wi-Fi, board games.
Gulet Lady Freta is powered by 425 HP Volvo Penta engine provides a maximum speed of 11 knots. It allows a cruising speed of 9 knots. She also has 2 generators which are 2 X 17,5 KWA Onan.
Lady Freya gulet is available for a luxury yacht charter in Greece and Turkey.
Charter rates include;
Fuel for up to 4 hours engine cruising per day, Fuel for 24 hours/day of generator use and A/C use, Hire of the yacht and its equipment, Greek domestic transit log fees, Greek public harbor fees on embarkation and disembarkation day (private marinas are not covered), Welcome cocktail, Wi-Fi (Free of charge up to 25 GB/week in Greek waters), Bed linen & towels & beach towels & and their laundry, Cleaning of the gulet.
Charter rates exclude;
Food and beverage expenses, Fuel cost for water sports and leisure use of the tender, All entry/exit costs between Turkey & Greece, Turkish and private Turkish marina fees (if any), Airport transfers (if any), Land tours & Scuba diving & Special excursions, Crew gratuities (5%-15% of total charter fee is considered the industry average)