Crete Yachting Academy






Sealine 42/5 2009

Length: 14m
Beam: 4.25 m
Draft: 1.20 m
Hull Material: Fiberglass / GRP
Guests: 8 
Cabins: 3
Berths: 6
Baths: 2 
Year: 2010
Engine: 2 X 480 HP
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel consumption: 140 ltr/h
Cruise speed: 26 kn
Max. speed: 32 kn
Departure Port: Heraklion

Start city Heraklion

Visiting city Dia Island

End City Heraklion

Duration of tours 8 hours

Days 1

Pick-up servise On request

Description : 

We are pleased to announce our new C/A motor yacht  (Sealine 42/5) 2009 with 3 cabins; one master and one twin cabin and a third with a pullman berth (& a separate one for the crew). She has 2 crew members. She is a very well maintained yacht, with modern lines and a warm atmosphere. She is available for charters in Crete. The captain and crew are experienced so will show you the most amazing places. Length: 12.90 m ( 42'3 ft ). Beam: 4.21 m ( 13'8 ft ). Draft: 1.01 m ( 3'1 ft ). Built: In 2009. Shipyard: Sealine UK. Cabins: 3. Passenger Capacity: 6+1 (8 passengers for daily cruises). Crew: On Request. Speed: 30-32 Knots.Rates The price indicated is per person for this 1 day cruise, with 8 guests on board.

Tour Highlights :

 Dia island is uninhabited therefore unspoiled and beautiful. Its turquoise waters are bliss to swim in and its solitary, time-forgotten bays are protected by four small coves so that you can swim undisturbed by the strong winds that can sometimes buffet Crete's north coast. Equally there are unlikely to be any other people there except yourselves though you may catch sight of the renowned but rare large, wild Cretan goat known as the Kri-Kri. Dia Island has been made a protected sanctuary for these wild endangered animals. It is totally different from its much larger neighbouring island, Crete, visible across the straits to the south. Memories of Dia will stay in your memory as your own exclusive idyll


• The Charter departs from Heraklion port at 10.30 

• It cruises along Dia Island's south bays

• Swimming, Lunch & Recreation Time at one or more of many marvellous time-forgotten bays

• Embarkation from the beach or a small cove in the late afternoon / evening & back to Heraklion port at 17.30-18.00