18.9m Lagoon 620 2011
4 guest cabins 8 berths 3 crew
NOVA LAGOON 620
Weekly Charter Rate plus taxes and all expenses
High Season: 25,200€ &
Middle Season: 20,000€
Low Season: 17,000€
Base: Athens & Cruising Area: Greece
Nova is a Lagoon 620 Catamaran available for private crewed yacht charters in Greece. Built in 2010/2011 at CNB shipyard, a division of Groupe Bénéteau, Nova is the flagship of the Lagoon range of cruising catamarans designed by architects Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prévost with main sail battened, main sail area 146sq.m and genoa sail Area 91sq.m.
An impeccably designed catamaran with original art works by famous artists decorating her interior and an award winning chef preparing the meals, Nova can comfortably accommodate up to 8 passengers in double hulled luxury! The Captain and the crew of the Nova look forward to offering you an unforgettable Greek sailing experience.
Year of Built:
TV/DVD home cinema in saloon, TV/DVD & audio system in guest cabins, BOSE indoor audio system, Outdoor audio system, Generator, Inverter, 220V power sockets, Water maker, Full A/C, Wi-Fi internet access onboard, Icemaker.
Tender & toys: 4,70m dinghy with 60hp outboard Yamaha engine, Snorkeling equipment, Fishing rods, Kayak-Tube, Water skiing (adults & kids), Paddle board, Wake board, Floating mats, Knee board.
8 guests in 4 cabins.
1 Master cabin with en-suite bathroom & private lounge with direct access to the cockpit.
2 guest cabins with double beds & independent en suite bathrooms and 1 guest cabin with 2 bunk beds, desk & independent en suite bathroom.
3 Crew members consisting of Skipper, Chef & Cook/hostess in separate compartments.
nova EXTERIOR gALLERY
nova INTERIOR gALLERY
The Lagoon 620 with advanced Features and Phenomenal Living areas.
Fast, great design, great strength, fabulous salon with galley, beautifully arranged cabins and a great crew on board. We collaborate greatly with the CA offering attentive service and detailing.
When Sailing is XXL, Luxurious and Joyful.
Which are your dates? How flexible are your dates? Is this a family charter? Have you been again in the Greek islands? In which ones?
Let’s shape the itinerary to enjoy a fabulous experience in Cyclades islands or another complex of greek islands and coast depending onto the schedule of the yacht.
THE ICONIC FRENCH SAILING YACHTS
The creation of Lagoon, which was originally the direct extension of JTA (Jeanneau Technologies Avancées), Jeanneau’s “competition” department (Pierre Ier, Fleury Michon, etc). Lagoon also answered to unusual requests, such as the construction of the trimarans for the film Waterworld. The Beneteau group took over the Jeanneau shipyards in 1996 and handed over the development of the Lagoon brand, a legacy of its acquisition, to Construction Navale Bordeaux.
The use of high-tech composite was implemented in the shipyard. Lagoon offers a diverse range of catamarans that are famed for their high-quality design, construction and performance. Born in 1984 as a part of Jeanneau Technologies Avancees (JTA), the legendary workshop for the development of high-tech completion prototypes, Lagoon catamarans was quickly recognised for their single-hull and multi-hull off-shore racing boats.
Between 1987 and 1996, Lagoon created a huge following through their launch of a special generation of offshore cruising catamarans for both private ownership and luxury yacht chartering. The Lagoon 55, 47, 57 and 67 successfully fused JTA’s revolutionary technology for the development of racing multihulls with the comfort and openness that leisurely cruisers and holiday goers crave. Lagoon catamarans have since been sought after for their exceptional design, maneuverability and spaciousness. Today, Lagoon is a part of CNB, a division of the Beneteau Group, offering a wide range of cruising catamarans between 38-78 feet. Lagoon catamarans are designed by French naval architects VPLP (Marc Van Peteghem-Vincent Lauriot Prevost) who have worked with the manufacturer since the inception of the Lagoon 55. In addition to the trimaran which won America’s Cup in 2010, VPLP made waves nearly two decades before through their designs for two trimarans that were used for shooting the movie Waterworld starring Kevin Costner.