You'll enjoy a comfortable cruise in Greece aboard MATINA. Her
broad beam means large decks and lots of space, and very smooth and
From the first time you board MATINA you'll feel her immense beam.
Her teak deck provides ample space for sunbathing and relaxing on
large cushions. There's a panoramic view from the fly bridge and
it's a favourite spot for keeping an eye on the action.
You will be impressed by the large interior spaces, with the
mahogany and warm colours making you feel quite at home. Built in
2000, MATINA had a complete refit in 2004. In 2008 her saloon was
upgraded and her accommodation layout was reconstructed to include
8 cabins for up to 18 guests.
Very comfortable for living aboard, the eight luxury staterooms are
beautifully finished throughout in rubbed effect mahogany. Each
stateroom is fully air-conditioned, has a large private ensuite
bathroom, radio/CD player, safebox and adequate drawer storage.
MATINA'S professional crew will see that you are well cared for
with their gracious hospitality and a desire to make your trip
There is always something to do aboard MATINA in the Greek islands,
from listening to her superb stereo, relaxing with a good book or
enjoying some active time with a ski tube, water skiis and the
water sports equipment. MATINA has the ability for some real
sailing with a cruising speed of 11 Knots. Her 250 tons gives
stability and security.
With her sail area of 1.500 sq. meters, MATINA has an incredible
sailing performance and is extremely stable with her wide beam of
9.40 meters. The main saloon adjacent to the galley area is of
traditional design with rich mahogany paneling, where guests may
dine in style around a teak dining table. The main saloon leads on
to the spacious aft deck with dining facilities around a teak table
for the guests. A further U shaped extremely spacious seating area
on the Aft Deck is ideal for simply relaxing with a nice book,
sunbathing or of cocktails. Each cabin, well ventilated with
air-conditioning as well as opening portholes and hatches, has
ample storage space and wide berths. Simple and tastefully
decorated cabins all have en suite shower and WC facilities.
*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.