Prince of Athens was built originally in 1967 In Holland and fully rebuilt in 2007 in Greek shipyards with high attention to details she combines the brilliance of her kind with the comforts of a modern yacht.
Prince is a unique 25-meter long motor sailer and hosts up to 45 persons on board.
It features three cabins, two with a queen-size bed and one with berths, all with their own private marble bathroom and shower. 6 persons can be accommodated with royal treatment.
In-room amenities include a living room and a dining area with kitchen facilities for private cooking.
Outdoor spaces are key to life on board. The large open-air deck, made of the highest quality teak wood, is ideal for relaxing in one of the sunbeds and preparing the body & soul for a dip in the turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea.
Prince enjoys romantic candlelight hosting and enjoys those chic parties under the crystal clear sky of Greece. Day & night!
Built-in New York by Adam and Noah Brown in a typical body plan of the American Privateers, she was one of the fastest ships of the United States army in the war of 1812.
In 1814, she was chased 17 times by British men-of-war and she outran them every time.
After a triumphant victory against the British navy, she returned to Boston and when she sailed again in December of 1814, she was fully crewed with 120 men under Nicolas Millin, she was chased through a severe gale by three British frigates. The Prince (Neufchatel) lost the spars in the chase and so was taken.
Sir George Collier was so impressed with her sailing speed (13 knots), she sent her to England where she was measured for copying.
Raymarine Radar, GPS Chart Plotter, Echo Sounder + Wind Speed Diare Navtex
High-end satellite TV system supported by LCD screens and DVD players individually controlled by each cabin
A wireless connection and laptop can be provided at a charge
GSM central telephone BOSE speakers in all staterooms
MP3 player controlled individually by each cabin
Tender & Fishing equipment
Eastern Mediterranean, Greece, Turkey, The Island of Mykonos Greece
€23,800 April May October
€25,200 June September
€27,300 July August
plus 4.5% Greek Tax