There are many reasons to go yachting in the Mediterranean waters.
One of them is the Luxurious Viva Shira.
Viva Shira is an exquisite 32m Gulet, as it was built in 2007 by
Mengi Yay with Naval architecture by Ginton Naval Architects of the
Netherlands and interior design by Studio Ornelia Brosh. Its
interior is designed with beech, Alcantara ceiling and beautiful
Its design is warm and cozy. You can enjoy a comfortable salon,
rest and tanning areas located on the entire front deck. A
voluminous open space provides a large sitting area, dining area
with full service, an elegant bar for cocktails during the day and
a fine red wine at night time while gazing the stars.
Viva Shira is perfect for a family vacation or with friends. It is
intimate yet spacious and allows those who search to relax, a real
sense of peace and quiet.
This coming season, Viva Shira will be available for you in the
Athens and all around the divine Greek islands.
This is your time to enjoy it all with Viva Shira!
This 32m Gulet offers you everything the heart desires- with its 5 spacious rooms for 10-12 guests:
2 Master bedrooms (forward and aft) equipped with King size beds and TV + DVD and surround system, desk, sofa and Mini bar.
The VIP Room is equipped with a Queen size bed, mini bar and desk.
2 Guest rooms with TV + DVD. Two Twin rooms with two single beds.
All the rooms are equipped with en-suite shower and toilet and entertainment system.
Air conditioning is available in all parts of the Gulet and in each room, with wide windows that allow you to stay connected with your loved ones on the deck.
And when you are done relaxing, you can go out to adventure an excellent array of water sports toys, including Dinghy, Jet Ski, Banana, Wake board, Kayaks and much more!
The yacht is operated by qualified crew members including a captain, a seamen, a stewardess and a professional chef.
Low season (May and September): €30 000 + APA* 30% + VAT 12%
High season (June, July, August): €32 000 + APA* 30% + VAT 12%
*APA (Advanced Provisioning Allowance) represents a sum of money deposited to cover the running expenses of a charter such as food and beverages, marina, port fees and other harbour charges, communications and internet use, fuel for engines and generators, guest transfers, onshore excursions and any special requests of the Charterers.