YEAR BUILT: 2008.
LENGTH: 27 m (88,7 ft)
BEAM: 6,41 m (21 ft)
DRAFT: 1,7 m (5,7 m)
DISPLACEMENT: 64.100 kg
MAX. SPEED: up to 32 knots
RANGE: 350 NM
FUEL CAPACITY: 7.500 l
FRESH WATER: 1.500 l
A seductive combination of style and exclusivity, the 86 Yacht delivers on all fronts. From bow to stern, every detail has been crafted to perfection. Inside, the main saloon is a large welcoming space; full of natural light, hand-finished furnishings and state-of-the-art technology.
The outstanding level of design and craftsmanship continues below deck, where both the owner’s stateroom and guest cabins offer privacy and extravagance in equal measure. Yet, there’s more to this yacht than sublime style. With a top speed of approximately 30 knots, guests can experience an exhilarating open-air ride from the flybridge or relax and enjoy the stunning scenery from seating areas both fore and aft. A future great. An instant classic.
|Yacht 86 - PRICE LIST|
|01.01.-28.05. & 17.09.-31.12.||28.05.-02.07. & 27.08.-17.09.||02.07.-27.08.|
|41.500,00 €||43.000,00 €||49.000,00 €|
In price included: VAT, yacht accommodation, captain/crew service, tender, water sport equipment
In price not included: fuel, mooring or anchor fees, provisioning.
50% of the charter fee should be paid within 7 days of signing the charter agreement and the remaining 50% at least 4 weeks before the beginning of the charter period.
APA – Advanced Provisioning Allowance
Amounts to 30% of the charter fee and is to be paid at least four weeks before the beginning of the charter period. The APA amount will be used to pay for all costs such as fuel, marinas, food, beverage and all other costs. Any unspent APA amount will be returned to the charterer by the captain at the end of the charter period. In case the APA amount is insufficient, the charterer will pay the balance directly to the captain. Transfer costs, if any, are the costs of delivering/redelivering the yacht to a port other than the yacht’s homeport. The transfer costs should be paid at least four weeks prior to the beginning of the charter period.