Schooner ‘EROS’ is a beautiful classic yacht built in England in 1939 for the daughter and son-in-law of a British Lord. She was very soon after commandeered by the Royal Navy to participate in the famous evacuation at Dunkirk. After the war she became the private yacht of the first man internationally known as a billionaire, Stavros Niarchos, and became well known in the Mediterranean yachting community. Her present owners acquired her in 1992 and have spared no expense on her museum quality restoration.
Accommodation and Toys
‘EROS’ comfortably accommodates up to eight guests in four double cabins. The usual toys are aboard for you to enjoy when at anchor: small boats suitable for sailing, paddling or skiing, snorkeling gear and a dive boat, plasma TV, piano, and hammocks for relaxing.
We can also arrange an additional Deep Flight Submersible along with a qualified instructor if you wish to explore below the Caribbean waves.
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Cell phone, SATCOM, WiFi and Internet
EROS accommodates 8 guests in 4 cabins. The Master cabin has a queen size bed, en suite bath tub, shower, bidet and toilet. The VIP cabin has a double bed, en suite shower and toilet.
One guest cabin has a lower double and upper single, the second guest cabin has upper/lower singles. The two guest cabins share toilet and shower facilities.
2 iPod hookups
Sat TV Salon Stereo DVD & CD Library
DVD & CD Player Stereo system
Yamaha Clavinova Piano
Dinghy: Zodiac Yacht line 470- 90 HP Yamaha
Dinghy Pax: 11
Adult & Children Water-skis
2 person Kayak
Assorted Beach Toys
3 Paddle Boards
Deep Sea Fishing
Deep Flight Submersible along with a qualified instructor available for an additional fee
Sailing instructions available
Summer 2017 New England
Winter 2017/18 Caribbean
US$42,000 per week high season
US$39,500 per week low season
US$48,000 per week high season Caribbean
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