MARY JEAN II
61.7m | 2010 | Superyacht Partners
Top speed 17kn | GT 1238 | Crew 16 | Guests 12
Mary Jane II was built in Italy by ISA and delivered in 2010. She is built with a Teak deck, a Steel hull, and Aluminium superstructure, has seven staterooms and can accommodate 12 guests.
The Old Town
Meet the Mary Jean II the NAOK yacht club, which lies before Corfu town in the shadow of the Old Fortress, a 15th century venetian fort that towers over the ancient town. Let the crew welcome you on board and help you get settled. The yacht has accommodation for 12 guests set across seven suites, including a spacious full beam owner’s suite for the principle charterer. Guests can also enjoy discovering the extensive pop-art collection that is displayed throughout the cabins..Once unpacked indulge in a decedent lunch on the aft deck with the pastel-coloured venetian architecture as a backdrop. In the afternoon head to shore and stroll among the tangle of cobblestone streets in the Old Town before returning to the yacht for sundowners before this ancient city.
Angsana Corfu Resort
Following a relaxing breakfast on board, Mary Jean II will cruise four nautical miles south along the coast and drop anchor before Benitses Marina. Head directly up to Angsana Corfu Resort for a restorative spa treatment and to spend some time by the pool, which overlooks the marina below. Feeling refreshed head back to Mary Jean II and relax on her full-length sundeck. The generous space is home to a spa pool, covered dining for 12, sunbeds, deckchairs and a lounge area to the portside for those that prefer to be in the shade.
Awake to the beautiful sandy Notos Beach as Mary Jean II drops anchor in the lagoon for an opportunity to explore the water toys on board. The yacht’s extensive toybox includes waverunners, water-skis, a wake board and two kayaks..For lunch Mary Jean II's attentive crew of 16 will arrange an intimate beach set up on the sand and leave you to paddle in the warm shallows. In the evening head to Domes Miramare and choose from one of the fine dining restaurants and bars.
After an overnight cruise 34.5 nautical miles around the southern tip of Corfu, Mary Jean II will drop anchor before Glyfada Beach, a golden stretch of sand that is peppered with sun loungers and waterside restaurants. Any fitness fans on board can make use of the yacht’s lower deck gym. Perfectly set up for an onboard work out the area is equipped with a Peloton Plus exercise bike, rowing machine, TechnoGym adjustable weights, skipping ropes, yoga mats and an exercise ball. Reward yourself with lunch at Pazuzu Beach Club and enjoy some lemony jumbo shrimps and rosé at this vibrant spot. Keen golfers can go to Corfu Golf Club from here and get 18 holes in before dinner on board.
Blue Eye Cave
During a relaxing breakfast on board, Mary Jean II will weigh anchor and cruise past the intensely blue – seemingly glowing – water at the Blue Eye Cave. Take a short detour here to catch the splendour before the crowds and then head on to La Grotta, a small rocky inlet to swim and snorkel. After lunch on board, head to La Grotta Bar for sundowners before Mary Jean II relocates one nautical mile east along the coast before the Paleokastritsa Monastery for dinner at Monastre restaurant.
Cruise four nautical miles along the rocky coastline to Afionas, where Mary Jean II will drop anchor before Porto Timoni, a unique double-sided beach that connects the mainland to a rocky peninsula. After a morning frolicking in the water with the water toys, head to shore and hike to Agios Stylianos, a small church located in a cave. Choose one of the laidback waterside restaurants for dinner or opt for dinner on board, with this unique beach formation as a backdrop. Mary Jean II’s experienced charter crew love creating memorable evenings on board, utilising the yacht’s formal dining area and versatile upper deck saloon.
During a relaxing breakfast on board, Mary Jean II will weigh anchor and cruise past the intensely blue – seemingly glowing – water at the Blue Eye Cave
As you arrive on the aft deck for breakfast, Mary Jean II will have quietly relocated, passed the unique rock formations of Cape Drastis to Canal d'Amour on Corfu’s northern coast. According to local legend, couples that swim the length of this distinctive stretch of water will stay together forever, but simply lounging on the beach will produce similar effect as the beach here is considered one of Corfu’s most beautiful spots. In the afternoon head to Grecotel Corfu Imperial and enjoy this spectacular pool before a final dinner on board and the crew sees you safely back to the airport in the morning.