This powerful Azimut 68 Charter yacht personifies versatility, luxury and high performance cruising. The long flowing lines and the exceptional volume and space mean she is beautiful inside and out.
The Azimut 68 Charter yacht has a broad beam and a huge amount of interior space. The open plan layout allows easy movement of both passengers and crew whilst serving food and drink. The saloon opens out with sliding glass doors to the back deck that boasts a large external dining area. The fly bridge contains a barbeque, wet bar and hugely spacious seating areas and sunbeds.
The 4 luxurious cabins sleep eight. The ensuite mastercabin spreads the entire width of the boat, whilst the second suite also has its own bathroom. The panoramic windows allow a maximum amount of light and a feeling of space.
The Blue Lagoon is in the heart of the Akamas national park, you could spend forever in this heavenly bay. As soon as you arrive, you will be dazzled by the crystal clear turquoise water and the beautiful white sand on the seabed. The stunning Chamili Island and reef provide an impressive habitat for many types of marine life. The visibility in the water is unbelievable, so swimming and snorkelling are a must! The Blue lagoon is surrounded by many other wonderful coves and attractions, so the journey through the national park is captivating!
Pomos is a little town with a beautiful traditional fishing harbour, hidden in a secluded bay. During the trip you’ll take a slow cruise along Chrysochous Bay toward Pomos, with the option for swimming and snorkelling at one of the many picturesque coves. You may even spot dolphins along the way! This trip can be done in a half day, or stretched over a full day, with the option of visiting the Akamas national park. You can enjoy lunch at the famous fish restaurant, which serve’s the day’s catch from the local fishermen, and enjoy a glass or two of Cypriot wine.
Paphos is a coastal city located south west of Latchi. The journey to get there is absolutely breathtaking, through the Akamas national park, and down the opposite coast of the Akamas peninsula. There are many idyllic bays along the way where you can swim and snorkel, and this whole area is absolutely steeped in history and legend, so plenty of stories to hear. Paphos harbour itself has many vibrant waterfront bars and restaurants. They cater for all tastes, from traditional Cypriot fish meze’s to modern contemporary cuisine. Paphos castle, based in the harbour, was originally a fort built to protect the harbour. It has been rebuilt several times over history, and is now one of the many historical monuments in Paphos.
Agios Georgios is a small fishing harbour situated on the way to Paphos. This quaint marina has a local restaurant with amazing views. There is much to explore in this small area, including tunnels and caves carved into the rocks, and a lovely Byzantine church on the top of the hill.
You suggest the destination and duration and we can do the rest. The possibilities are endless, and we are very flexible with what we can provide.