Lagoon 52 catamaran

Our Lagoon 52 and her three crew are expecting you in Athens for an unforgettable cruise in the Greek islands. The yacht layout features 5 cabins and accommodates up to 10 guests. Luxury, style and performance are the trademarks of this catamaran.
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Departure: Athens
Extra costs (APA):   fuel, port dues, food & beverages.
Included: captain, cook, sailor, yacht’s insurance, water, bed linen and bath towels, cooking fuel, motorised tender,swimming platform ,watermaker, full A/C, AC current for charging your any devices, 17.5 KWT onan generator, gallery full with 1 big fridge and 2 in cockpit, deep Freezer, microwave oven, electric oven, ice maker, espresso/cappuccino maker, dish washing machine, main salon with smart TV, bluetooth stereo, daily room service, changing linen every three days, end cleaning.
  • Which islands and sights to see?
  • Given the wide array of dream destination in the Greek islands, we understand that it can be little overwhelming for you to find something suitable. Therefore, upon boarding day, your captain will present you with some of our carefully selected sailing itineraries, which, of course, can be tailored to your interests and the weather forecast. Archipel is happy to arrange special interest visits to out-of-the-way destinations. We will ensure that your sailing cruise to the Greek islands is exciting and memorable.

  • How long do we sail?
  • Sailing crossings last around two to five hours, leaving sufficient time to visit the islands.

  • Do we spend night in ports?
  • Depending on the weather conditions, the boat will be either anchoring or docking. Docking allows you to come and go ashore easily while at anchor you enjoy absolute tranquility in a dream setting.


    Here is a selection of itineraries that we frequently do, of course they are not fixed. Finalizing your itinerary is one of the highlights of your sailing cruise. Upon boarding, your captain will summarize the route options according to your wishes and the weather forecast and will be happy to suggest dream destinations only accessible by sailboat.
    7 day sailing
    Saronic and Peloponnese islands
    Athens - Agistri- Hydra- Nafplio- Monemvassia- Spetses- Poros- Aegina - Athens
    Athens - Aegina- Ermioni- Porto Heli- Nafplio or Monemvasia- Spetses- Hydra- Poros - Athens
    Athens - Epidavros- Hydra- Nafplio or Monemvasia- Porto Heli- Spetses- Poros- Aegina- Athens
    Cyclades island
    Athens - Cape Sounio- Serifos- Milos- Polyaigos- Sifnos- Kythnos- Poros - Athens
    Athens - Kea - Syros- Mykonos- Paros- Antiparos- Serifos- Kythnos- Poros - Athens
    Athens - Kea- Serifos- Milos- Sifnos- Kythnos- Poros- Aegina – Athens
  • In what condition is the boat?
  • The Lagoon 52 was built in 2019 and refitted in 2024, she is in mint condition and by far the most equipped Lagoon 52 in Greece, ready to offer luxury, fun and high level service to her guests.

  • Does the yacht have air-conditioning?
  • Yes, the Lagoon 52 is equiped with full AC.

  • Is there is WiFi on the boat?
  • Yes, free WI FI is available.

  •  Are there electrical plugs on the boat?
  • Yes, 220v AC plugs running on a 1800w inverter is available. That means it’s the same as in our homes but not for very powerful devices. You may hook up all your electric small devices up to 1500w such as phones, cameras etc. Please bear in mind that the sockets are of the "continental" type (ie France, Germany).

                LOOKING INTO THE YACHT

    Lagoon 52 catamaran  
    Lagoon 52
    2019. Refit in 2024.
    52 ft
    10 guests + crew
    Cabins, en-suite & A/C
    Crew quarters
    Bed linen & bath towels
    Powered tender
    Full Air conditioning


    Where does the cruise start?
    The Lagoon 52 starts and finishes her cruises in Athens. For departure in Mykonos please contact us.
    What day of the week does the cruise start?
    Departures take place on Saturdays at 5 pm. Disembarkation take place on Saturdays at 9 am.
    Do we have a say in the itinerary?
    We do not have a fixed itinerary, to the contrary we try to input personal parameters for each individual group. Hence, on first day, together with your captain with the week's windforecast in hand, you will select the most suitable set of stopovers.
    How many people can the boat accommodate?
    With her 5 double cabins with Queen size beds with ensuite facilities, the Lagoon 52 can accomodate up to 10 guests. The crew's quarters are fully separate.
    Do we go into marinas at night?
    In July and August, when harbors get very busy in the Greek islands, yachts generally anchor out in the evenings, unless they need to refill their fuel or water tanks or if they claim a slip before 15:00. Outside this period it is usually not a problem to go into marina at night. Each of our yachts carry a tender or dinghy with an outboard motor, sort of the taxi for getting around.
    How do I figure costs and expenses?
    Port dues and water tanks fill are included in the charter price. For the fuel, you should expect to spend between 900 to 1200 euros per week. The fuel consumption for both engines is 20 liters/per hour and 5 liters/per hour for the generators.
    How does the catering onboard work?
    The catering onboard works as following: we send you a food preference sheet to complete and your chef will shop accordingly. Your dietary needs and allergy info will be duly recorded and passed on to the chef who will make sure that all meals are prepared accordingly.
    Regarding expenses as a whole (food, drinks, fuel and port dues), you may settle either them in cash directly to your crew or you may wire an Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) of 20% of the charter fee. Should you have spent less, the balance shall be reimbursed in cash at the end of your cruise.

    Dinner in or out?
    It is up to you! You may have dinner onboard the catamaran prepared by your chef or have dinner ashore.
    Two of us have moderate to severe allergies to nuts and are also vegetarians (no meat, chicken, seafood, or fish), will that be a problem to accommodate?
    Not at all. Your cook may accommodate all your wishes, if he/she’s warned in advance. Since there are plenty of vegetables and fresh fruits in the Greek traditional summer diet, vegetarians are quite happy in Greece. Every day your cook will discuss the menu options with you and make proposals according to your wishes and the available fresh produces.
    Is bed linen provided?
    Yes we provide with all bed linen (sheets, pillow cases, blankets) as well as bathroom towels and beach/deck towels. Linen is changed every three days.
    Is there a hair dryer available onboard?
    Yes all cabins come with a hair dryer.
    What sort of coffee maker do you have onboard?
    You will find onboard the boat a nespresso and capuccino maker.
    What is the laundry situation?
    There is a clothes washer/dryer on the boat.
    Does the boat come with water toys?
    Yes the Lagoon 52 comes with inflatable tender with 40hp outboard engine, 2 sea scooters, 2 stand-up-paddle, kayak, wakeboard, water ski (adults + kids), tubes, fishing gear, snorkeling sear. Optional sea bob F5 on demand (500 euro/week).
    Is there A/C?
    Yes the catamaran is fully air conditionned.
    Over 60 years experience in crewed yacht charter in Greece
    Our expert team by your side before and throughout your trip
    Permanent crew
    for constant boat maintenance
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