Alexandra 2 | Alegria 67

Alexandra 2 Alegria 67 crewed sailing yacht catamaran for charter in Greece
Alexandra 2 | Alegria 67
from €29,500
20.43 (M)

    Fountaine Pajot Alegria 67 Sailing Catamaran

    Alexandra 2 is a luxurious Alegria 67 sailing yacht catamaran, built by the renowned shipyard Fountaine Pajot, offering crewed yacht charters in Greece. She can accommodate up to 8 Guests in her 4 spacious and elegant cabins all with en-suite facilities. Her professional and friendly crew of 3 will make your yacht charter holidays unforgettable.

    Rent this Yacht

    • Built: 2021
    • Guests: 8 / Cabins: 4
    • Crew: 3
    • T/T Gala Atlantis A450L 60hp
    • Kneeboard
    • Waterski
    • Wakeboard
    • Fishing gear
    • SUP (2)
    • BBQ
    • Hairdryers
    • Deck jacuzzi
    Pricing details


    • High Season: TBC
    • Low Season: 29,500 €/week

    Plus all expenses (+ APA 25% + VAT 13%)

    The APA fee is to cover expenses such as food, beverages, fuel, transfers, marinas (if any). The captain keeps detailed accounts and receipts which are available to see online during your cruise - at the end of the trip the accounts are settled and any amount left is refunded back to you or if you have exceeded your APA accounts are settled at the end of your charter.

    Charters for less than a week are only available upon request and the weekly rate is divided by 6.

    If the yacht is chartered from a location other than the home port, the charter is subject to a service and relocation fee. If the yacht is booked in continuation, only the service fee applies. Motor yachts and power catamarans will be advised according to fuel consumption.

    Service / Relocation Fees:
    Yachts up to 52ft: Cyclades (1000€), Santorini (2000€)
    Yachts 55ft and up: Cyclades (1500€), Santorini (3000€)
    Relocation/Service fee for Yachts 80ft, Motor yachts and power catamarans TBC according to fuel consumption.

    Prices are subject to change without prior notice.

    Draft (M)
    Number of guest cabins
    Beam (M)
    Length (M)
    Maximum speed
    11 knots
    Cruising speed
    9 knots
    Cabin types
    1 Master cabin with desk area
    3 Queen bed guest cabins, all with private facilities & TV
    Diesel Volvo D3-150
    Remote video URL
    markos spyropoulos
    Markos Spyropoulos

    Markos was born in 1970 in northern Greek city of Thessaloniki. He studied Physical education and Sports Science at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In 1984, he joined the Greek National rowing team and won the Gold medal in the National races. He received his first Open Sea Sailing license in 1996 and has over 25 years of sailing experience with over 350,000 nautical miles across all oceans! He has furthered his certifications over the years and holds RYA Yachtmaster Offshore, Master of Yachts, and Yachtmaster Ocean Unlimited.

    Markos has worked as a captain for yacht charters, private yachts, and deliveries throughout the Mediterranean and Caribbean; as well, using his outstanding sailing experience, he shares his knowledge with others as a yachting instructor. With his passion for sailing and competing he has participated in many sailing races worldwide. His biggest accomplishment was in the 2019 Mini Transat 6.50 in 2019 where he placed 11th out of the 90 participants, being the first Greek to ever finish the race in the prototype vessel category. Many remarkable racing accomplishments led up to this event; such as 3rd in the 2019 Gran Premio D’Italia, 1st in the 2018 Gran Premio D’ Italia, 2nd in the 2018 Mini Solo, and 4th in the 2018 Mini Med. In 2013-2014 Marcos embarked on the prestigious Oyster World Rally. With a 1st place in the Tahiti Pearl Regatta International Multihulls (2013) and a 3rd place in the Oyster Regatta Antigua (2014) he knows his way around the world!

    Markos enjoys fishing, harpooning, deep diving, scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing, kayaking, and kite-boarding. When he is finally out of the water, he loves snowboarding and skiing.

    George Malekakis alexandra 2 alegria 67 catamaran chef
    George Malekakis

    Chef George’s  love for gastronomy creation and cooking, coupled with his passion for the Mediterranean sea and nautical culture, led him after a successful 25-year career in fashion photography and advertising production, to the post of a yacht chef. Greekness, Boehme aesthetics and rustic tasteful plates characterize his cuisine. He has been working as a chef since 2012 and creates fantasy dishes using local products. George is well-traveled, communicative, pleasant, and consistent personality, open to serve any special requirement.

    Additional skills: Speedboat diploma, S.T.C.W. freediving, martial arts, Tai Chi , Yoga instructor, Photography

    Languages: Greek, English, Italian (learning) Chinese (2 years)