|Year Built/Year Refit
|Number of Cabins
|Number of Crew
|Yanmar 170 Hp x 2
|Number of Cabins
Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA)
Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) is a payment used to cover all charter expenses (such as food, drinks, all fuel and relevant costs for the yacht and its tenders, harbour expenses, marina berthig fee if required during the charter, gratuity and all related costs for the yacht, crew, client.) apart from charter fee.
APA is around %30 of the charter fee. Captain of the yacht is responsible for all expenditure and collecting receipts. Occassinally there would be insufficient remaining balance during the charter. In this case, the captain will require sufficent sum to maintain the balance.
At the end of the charter the captain prepares the account with receipts and all supporting documents for the client. According to sum, if there had been made less payment from the client than the account, client will pay the balance in cash or if there is an over payment from the client, the captain will pay the over payment.
APA is a compulsory for most of the luxury yacht charters.
NOVA is Lagoon 620, a sleek catamaran available for yacht charter in the Greek Islands. She accommodates eight guests in her contemporary designed four cabins, all with en-suite facilities and air condition.
She is 19.90 meters and was built in 2011 and refitted 2020, NOVA is a catamaran offers al-fresco dining, a cosy saloon and spacious exterior for relaxing and the ultimate indulgence is spending long, lazy afternoons. When you fancy a refreshing swim, there is easy access to the crystal clear, turquoise water. As the warm summer evening approaches, the attentive crew will serve you sundowner drinks on the fore deck or flybridge, which have comfortable seating for enjoying the spectacular sunsets and breath taking panoramas of the Aegean Sea. Dinner is served on the aft deck or fore deck, prepared by the talented cook, who will enchant you with delicious Greek dishes and wonderful flavours, for a superb holiday experience you will always remember.
Usually, as you can see from the map, catamaran NOVA sails out of Greece, but depending on availability and your programme, this can be arranged from other Greek Blue Cruise harbours in the region.
Catamaran NOVA offers boutique sailing in Greek Islands and is an excellent choice for a relaxing holiday. The catamaran has comfortable sleeping accommodation comprising one master, two double and one bunk bed cabins.
NOVA has three crew members who will look after your every need during your holiday. As well as sailing the boat, they prepare and cook all the meals and organise activities. They also carry out cleaning and any maintenance that is required. The crew have their own cabins, which they will go to in the evening if you would like privacy, once all their jobs are done.
As our guests, your safety and comfort are paramount, and the proficient and highly trained crew will do everything possible to ensure you are well looked after throughout your holiday.
Lycia Yacht Charter is the brand name of Portway Yachting Worldwide Ltd.