‘Reasonable Offers’ Considered in Greece

Management company Atalanta Golden Yachts checks in this week from Greece, where the owners of the 125-foot Cantieri di Pisa motoryacht Kintaro have decided they do not want to use their yacht during the month of August. Kintaro's regular weekly base ...

18th June 2010.
By Kim Kavin

charter yacht KintaroManagement company Atalanta Golden Yachts checks in this week from Greece, where the owners of the 125-foot Cantieri di Pisa motoryacht Kintaro have decided they do not want to use their yacht during the month of August.

Kintaro‘s regular weekly base rate in August is €100,000, and her low-season weekly base rate is €80,000. Atalanta says that because the yacht’s calendar is now open in August, the owners are “willing to accept reasonable offers” for that month with the regular base rates in mind.

I was aboard Kintaro a few years ago, when I found her interior decor to be a true standout in the Greek market. Traditionally, the motoryachts available for charter in Greece have dark-wood interiors. Kintaro made a memorable impression on me because her interior was light, airy, and contemporary.

Any reputable charter broker can help you book a charter aboard Kintaro in Greece this August.


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Kim Kavin is an award-winning writer, editor and photographer who specializes in marine travel. She is the author of six books including Dream Cruises: The Insider’s Guide to Private Yacht Vacations, and is editor of the online yacht vacation magazine www.CharterWave.com.
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