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Charter classic motor yacht Camellia in the East Med

Charter classic motor yacht Camellia in the East Med

Classic Charters is offering the 34m (111’) motor yacht Camellia for charter in the Eastern Mediterranean from April 2015.

Built by UK yard Austin & Pickersgill to a design by Frederick R Parker, Camellia was delivered in 1969 and has been beautifully maintained while retaining her classic charm. Throughout her spacious interior and exterior living spaces, glossy woods and high quality fabrics and furnishings create a warm, inviting and timeless atmosphere.

Camellia offers a variety of relaxation and dining areas, ranging from her elegant formal dining room with huge cherry wood dining table to her casual covered al fresco dining spaces. Her well-appointed layout of five staterooms accommodates up to 12 charter guests including a generous master suite as well as a four-bed cabin that is ideal for children and/or a nanny.

Camellia’s classic charm, excellent amenities and outstanding crew of seven give her unlimited appeal to those looking to experience the true spirit of life at sea. Her ultra-modern stabilization system reduces roll motion effect and ensures the ultimate comfort throughout the charter vacation. With a cruising speed of 10 knots, and a range of 4000 nautical miles, she is the perfect combination of performance, luxury and freedom.

Charter rates on Camellia are €39,000 per week in high season and €35,000 per week in low season.

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