|PRICE FROM||€90,000 / Per Week|
Nautica RIB tender with 100kw Volvo Z Drive
RIB rescue boat with 25hp outboard engine
Large owner's cabin with walk-in wardrobe
iPod connection in all cabins
individual air conditioning controls in each cabin
Full beam salon
Draught beer in bar
Ice cube maker
Wine cellar with more than 300 bottles of international wines
Massotherapist - Yoga instructor on board
A replica of a classic racing schooner, sail yacht GERMANIA NOVA is a staple of the Mediterranean yacht charter market. The original schooner was built in 1908 by Krupp shipyards and designed by Dr. Max Oertz. The modern version, sailing yacht GERMANIA NOVA was built in Pontevedra, Spain by Factoria Naval de Marin, and designed by Matthias Oertz and Ingo Oliver.
Luxury sailing charter guests who rent yacht GERMANIA NOVA will enjoy a rare opportunity to experience either a gentle, relaxing sail or by contrast, an exhilarating experience at sea. Including bowsprit, this race-inspired schooner is an impressive 60 meters in length, and boasts 1,200 square meters of sail area. Due to her classic lines and historical elegance, she is a darling of the media.
Turn of the century guests onboard the original yacht would marvel at the technological comforts onboard this modern vessel. Satellite television is available throughout the yacht with flat screen televisions in the main saloon, master stateroom, and all guest cabins. 5.1 Dolby surround sound DVD service is available in both the main saloon and master stateroom.
She also features a wine cellar with more than 300 bottles of international wines and draught beer at bar. Full-width main salon and dining salon create an expansive living area on Germania Nova. There is a massotherapist and yoga instructor onboard (a massotherapist does massage as a form of therapy versus simple massage therapy).
Guest cabins have radios with CD and MP3 players, and iPod connections are present in all cabins and the saloon.
EXCITING UPDATE! 1-800 Yacht Charters has donated 2 mooring buoys that are located above the shipwreck of the Germania (formerly known as The Half Moon), the yacht after which Germania Nova (an exact replica) was named. The mooring buoys will protect the wreck and the reef from damage caused by anchors. The Half Moon was dedicated as Florida’s seventh Underwater Archaeological Preserve.