Built in Finland in 2006 by Nautor’s Swan, and designed by German Frers, Aristarchos is the largest yacht ever built by the acclaimed sailing yacht builder, and boasts sleek looks and impressive performance credentials when under sail. She was refitted in 2015. With her jet blue hull, teak decks and sweeping views, she is a true head turner.
Aristarchos’ crew of six will ensure a magical charter exploring Greece’s incredible setting. As the only Swan based in Greek waters, she is the perfect choice for those looking to explore the country on board a true sailing yacht. Able to welcome up to eight guests, Aristarchos offers three cabins – the master, one double and one twin – for guests to relax in. The large full beam Master cabin is a particularly beautiful space, with two double beds and walk in wardrobes.
When stepping on board, Aristarchos’ impressive spaces – both inside and outside – are immediately apparent, creating a feeling of grandeur but still with an element of privacy. Sweeping decks offer plenty of space to relax, or enjoy the thrill of traveling under sail. A shaded cockpit includes seating and a table for al fresco dining.
Her elegant interior by design house Rhoades Young features luxurious materials including leather and walnut and subtle marine-themed elements. The raised saloon is a spectacular space, flooded with natural light, that offers panoramic views. The saloon features a large dining area, relaxed seating, a games table, bar and much more to create an inviting space that is perfect to retreat to after a busy day on the water.
Of course, no charter around Greece would be complete without the tools to enjoy the water and Aristarchoshas an inviting water toy inventory that includes an inflatable 5.5m Jet tender, 3.8m Zodiac tender, water skis, wake boards, fishing gear, and snorkeling equipment. Best of all is the inviting large swimming platform which unfolds to create a base for her guests to dive into azure waters.
Aristarchos is a timeless beauty that will ensure a charter to remember.