|Year built / refit||2009|
|Number of cabins||5|
|Cruising speed||10 knots|
|Maximum speed||12 knots|
|Fuel consumption||250 lt/hour|
Superyacht "Daima" is a 139-foot performance motor sailer. Daima was designed and built in Turkey combining the best of Turkish and New Zealand boat building know-how. She has all the performance characteristics of a modern superyacht with a traditional hull design that lends a classically elegant air.
Daima's high-tech rigging and sails ensure exciting and memorable passages under sail, while her twin engines will see her swiftly to the next port.
The yacht has a very welcoming interior, beautifully appointed to mirror the classical elegance of the exterior, with tasteful furnishings in cool creams and muted metallics.
A party of up to ten guests is accommodated in superb comfort in five attractively furnished cabins: a full-beam master suite, a VIP double guest suite, a further double guest suite and two twin guest suites.
Daima's guests soon discover a whole new world of epicurean delights as her experienced chef creates one sensational dish after another.
A courteous crew of six completes the picture and positions Daima as one of the Eastern Mediterranean's most sought-after charter yachts.
|Number of cabins||5|
One master at the aft , full beam large cabin with kind size bed. 2 twin and 2 double cabins.
Castoldi 17ft 160hp waterjet
1 Jet Ski
1 Stand Up Jet Ski
1 Paddle Board
1 Paddle bike
TV, DVD Player in the saloon and each stateroom
TV at the aft deck
Movie and Music Library
2 x 490 hp CAT C12 DITA
2 x 40 kW Onan + 1 x 22,5 kW Onan
|May , June , September , October||€ 65.000|
|July , August||€ 75.000|
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.
An APA is also known as an Advance Provisioning Allowance, and this is generally 30% of the total charter fee — allocated to the yacht ahead of the charter for the purpose of provisioning the yacht with the exact items required for the preparation of your meals and snacks during your charter. Should the 30% APA exceed the amount required to provision the yacht prior to the charter, and procure any additional items during the course of the charter, the excess amount is always refunded to the charterer at the end of their charter. Of course, the opposite may also apply, where an additional amount of APA is requested so as to cover expenses.