JAAN

JAAN is a 42.06m luxury Power yacht, built in 1997 by Intermarine SPA. The crew of 9 can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 spacious cabins.
Low Season Weekly Rate

125,000€

High Season Weekly Rate

125,000€

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JAAN

JAAN has been designed over three levels for optimal guest enjoyment. With two spacious aft decks, JAAN will delight guests with the choice of dining settings for meals alfresco and her massive sundeck is popular for sunbathing and taking in the expansive views, and by night, for cocktails and socializing under the stars.

Description

Her luxurious interior was designed by the renowned Studio Vafiadis, decorated in traditional style, with opulent timberwork and furnishings.

There are six cabins aboard JAAN, each with ensuite and decked out with Satellite TV, DVD player, CD home stereo system and air-conditioning for complete comfort and tranquility. The master cabin has a king size bed, walk in robe with safe, and ensuite with two basins surrounded by onyx marble, shower and jacuzzi. The VIP cabin has remarkable views, king size bed, large walk in robe and ensuite with two basins, onyx marble bath/jacuzzi and shower. The two double staterooms and two twin ones are located on the lower deck. Both double cabins have queen size beds, walk in robes and ensuite with jacuzzi tub. Also, the twin cabins may be converted into a single spacious suite, which is great for children.

She is capable of carrying up to 9 crew onboard.

CONTACT BROKER
1 Alexandros Lamprou
Alexandros Lamprou
Charter Yacht Expert - Broker
Low Season Weekly Rate
125,000€
High Season Weekly Rate
125,000€
Length
42.06m
Guests
12
Crew
9
Cabins
6
Built
1997
Refit
2021
Beam
8.23 m
Draft
2.8m
Cruising Speed
16
Maximum Speed
18
Engines
2 x 2285hp MTU
Generators: 2 x 80kw Onan, 1 x 30kw Onan
Generators consumption: 300ltrs/day

At economical speed 13 knots, fuel consumption: 400 ltrs/hr
Exterior Designer
GIORGIO VAFIADIS - STUDIO VAFIADIS
Interior Designer
GIORGIO VAFIADIS - STUDIO VAFIADIS
Builder
Intermarine SPA
Construction
INTERMARINE SPA

Key Features

  • Major Refit 2021 – Completely new and refreshed interior
  • Zero speed stabilizers
  • Secluded master suite for ultimate privacy with adjoining study/office room
  • Two twin cabins can be converted into a spacious suite by a sliding door

Yacht Tenders

  • 1 x tender Mercury 5,1m with 115hp outboard engine
  • 1 x Yamaha wave runner two-seater 170hp
CONTACT BROKER
1 Alexandros Lamprou
Alexandros Lamprou
Charter Yacht Expert - Broker
Low Season Weekly Rate
125,000€
High Season Weekly Rate
125,000€
Length
42.06m
Guests
12
Crew
9
Cabins
6
Built
1997
Refit
2021
Beam
8.23 m
Draft
2.8m
Cruising Speed
16
Maximum Speed
18
Engines
2 x 2285hp MTU
Generators: 2 x 80kw Onan, 1 x 30kw Onan
Generators consumption: 300ltrs/day

At economical speed 13 knots, fuel consumption: 400 ltrs/hr
Exterior Designer
GIORGIO VAFIADIS - STUDIO VAFIADIS
Interior Designer
GIORGIO VAFIADIS - STUDIO VAFIADIS
Builder
Intermarine SPA
Construction
INTERMARINE SPA
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This yacht might be available for a short term chartering experience.

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