|Saloon & Cockpit
The Motor Yacht Lady Elena is offered by Ithaka Yachting MCPY for charter with captain and crew within Greece and primarily the Ionian islands, making island hopping an easy option.
Lady Elena has a comfortable living room, elegantly upholstered anq equipped with audio-visual equipment.
The cockpit is fully equipped with modern navigational and safety equipment and enables the captain to pilot the vessel comfortably and accurately.
|Accommodation Lady Elena comfortably sleeps 6 Guests in 3 Cabins
(1 Master and 2 Twins).
The Master Cabin is large and spacious, with en-suite bathroom. The Twin cabins are also comfortable and each have en-suite bathrooms.
|DecksThe upper deck has sun-shad tent where one can enjoy panoramic views during cruising and the bow offers sunbathing mattresses for the sun-tan minded.
Lady Elena's main aft deck comfortably accomoodates 8-10 people for lunch or dinner.
|Specifications Built: Cantieri Navali Liguri
Length Overall: 65 ft. (20.1m)
Engines: 2x 1000 HP MTU
Generator: 1x 16KW Kohler
Cruising Speed: 27 kn
Fuel consumption: 350 lts/hr plus Generator.
Guests: 6 in 3 Cabins
Crew: Separate quarters for 2.
Equipment and Communications
The largest of the Ionian Islands. Green rocks plunge suddenly into the deep blue waters. Kefalonia has been justly called the island of contrasts: Romans, Venetian and Byzantize ruins, side by side with famous beaches. The capital Argostoli is where the sea pours into spectacular swallow holes (Katavothres) and disappears endlessly into subterranean tunnels forming a rare geological phenomenon. The water reappears at Lake Melissani, an incredible semi-underground lake of clear turquoise and indigo water. Nearby is the Drogarati cave, a large stalagmitic cavern of rare beauty. To the north is located the small village of Fiskardo, and its pretty harbour, that has escaped the earthquakes and retains the old style buildings.
The southernmost island of the Ionian, almost triangular in shape, owes its name to the son of Dardanos, the King of Troy who according to myth built the first city there (Homer's Iliad). The endangered sea turtle "Caretta - Caretta" has chosen the sandy beaches of Laganas, Vassilikos and Gerakas to lay her eggs there. It is not easy to forget the emerald sea, the pine covered hills, or the hospitable and openhearted inhabitants of Zante, as it is otherwise called. Small coffee shops and picturesque villages are to be found among the olive and almond trees, in or around fields planted with vines and vegetables. Zakinthos has many fine sandy beaches with calm and clear waters but Laganas is the most famous.
The eastern side of the island has dense vegetation and smooth shores. On the west, the coast is steep though there are many long sandy beaches. But the sea everywhere is that deep blue. Lefkas is a distinguished island with its impressive Venetian Castle and the Monastery of Phaneromeni. The capital town is a picturesque and quiet place with its characteristic multi-coloured wooden houses. Villages built next to the sea. Excursions through the forests to the many sights, such as the ruins of the prehistoric city and the circular tombs. Scenic fishing villages on the western-pebbled shores lapped by the crystal clear sea.
is known to the world as being Odysseys' homeland. Its enchanting coves turn it into paradise on earth despite its small size and mountainous nature. The west side of the island is steep and bare in contrast with the east, which is verdant and slopes gently down to the sea. The island is open to strolls and explorations: remains of the Venetian prisons, right at the entrance of the harbour and historical monuments, which survived the earthquake of 1953. The visitor can visit the medieval Monastery of the Archangels (Taxiarhon) and the wonderful caves (the cave of the Nymphs) of the island that are just begging to be explored. Green Ithaca is a much-loved place, with scenic beaches, sleepy little villages, and a spot for an unforgettable vacation.
Olive groves, orange trees, stretches of golden sand and sapphire sea… a Greek island paradise? Close. Parga is beloved for its gorgeous beaches and laid-back atmosphere. Explore ancient fortress ruins, visit the hilltop Ali Pasha castle and chat up some friendly locals at one of Parga’s seaside taverns.
Is a commercial port, which "guards" the entrance to the Amvrakic Gulf. This uniquely beautiful town is close to ancient Nikopolis built by Octavian to commemorate his victory over Antony in the Battle of Actium.
The northernmost island of the Diapontia island complex, at the northwestern end of Corfu, is lush green and ideal for peaceful holidays. The occupations of Ereikoussa inhabitants are olive cultivations, fishing and tourism. Ereikoussa is located at 6 n.m. to the NW of cape Drastis of Corfu.
It is 12 nautical miles southeast of Lefkas. Just over a thousand people live on the twenty square kilometres that make up this exquisite and delightful island, untouched by any sign of mass tourism. A haven of restfulness and tranquillity, there is little to disturb the simple pleasures of sun, sand and crystal clear waters. Gentle tracks lead through terraces of olive groves down to undisturbed beaches; cascades of bougainvillaea blaze against the whitewashed houses in the three sleepy villages.
Paxoi - Antipaxoi
Paxoi, which are also called "Benjamin of the Ionian Islands", are located 7 miles south of Corfu, just 8 miles from the mainland coast and 12 miles from Parga. The capital of Paxos is the graphical Gaius, which is naturally protected by two islets, the Virgin Mary and Saint Nicholas. Paxos is dominated by olive groves and Antipaxoi by vineyards which produce the famous black wine. Antipaxoi is also famous for its exotic beaches Vrika and Voutoumi. Two beautiful islands you will never forget!
An island complex of the Ionian Sea located at the northwestern end of Corfu and including Ereikoussa, Mathraki, Othonoi as well as some smaller inhabited islets. The biggest island of the complex is located at 12 n.m. to the W-NW of cape Drastis of Corfu. It has a wonderful natural environment comprising of the ruins of Venetian castles, traditional houses and old churches. Ammos is the port of Othonoi.