Maria Giovanna (ex-Almira II) is a turkish gulet (made of mahogany and yellow-wood) built in Bodrum (Turkey) in 1997 and then later bought by an Italian family. She has been restyled and refitted by expert Italian craftsmen. 24 metres long (79 feet), she has lovely lines and great character. Perfect fusion between traditional design and materials and cutting edge instrumentation, this is one of the most beautiful and fully equipped charter boats of its category. Pastel colour upholstery, Positano ceramics, wood gratings, embroidered and personalized linen made of flax and cotton, brass lamps and woven mats: dexterous local artisans worked to make each detail of the vessel unique and refined. The prow of the ship is destined for underwater diving activities The central area is a solarium with comfortably cushioned sunbeds The stern contains the wheelhouse as well as a table covered with a roll-up shade which can seat up to 14 people. Near the boom, there is another comfortable cushioned area for relaxing.
Built in 1997 | Flag Italy | Lenght: 23.8 m | Guests: 12 | Cabins: 6 | Crew: 5
4 twins guest cabins with en suite bathroom with shower, air-conditioning; 2 doubles with third berth, bathroom with shower, air-conditioning.
Tenders & Toys:
Selva 6.60 tender with 100 hp 4T engine; Canoe; Sun mattresses; TV; Hi-fi with radio, DVD, CD player, MP3 and MC; A choice of games; Fishing equipment.
Available for charter in Tyrrenian Sea. Please enquire.
From Euro 12.600 per week (plus VAT)