15.84m | 52′ From 12.600 euro per week
SERENITY is one of the most elegant sailing catamarans in the world, available for charter in Greece for up to 12 guests in 6 double cabins.
SERENITY was built by Lagoon in 2015 and is a beautiful yacht. She can deliver a unique sailing experience in Greece and has an excellent crew. She is a wonderful choice and one of the best sailing yachts available in Greek waters.
SERENITY has ample exterior and interior. The salon and dining are an open plan with the formal dining on the starboard side and a lounge to port, 360° light infuses the space from the vertical glass windows and doors. Soft furnishings in a subtle cream shade offer a serene and organic ambiance.
SERENITY can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 double cabins, all fully air conditioned with en suite facilities. Throughout the yacht, attention has been given to the finest details to ensure your comfort and to make your stay aboard something to remember.
SERENITY is also capable of carrying up to 2 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience. The entertainment facilities make her the ideal charter yacht for socializing and entertaining with family and friends.
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