ARAOK : Summer 2021 Availability

ARAOK : Summer 2021 Availability

S/CAT ARAOK is now taking bookings for Summer 2021 in the South of France and Corsica.

Cruise the South of France with ARAOK

The Ipanema 58 catamaran ARAOK was built in 2018, with comfortable cruising in mind. She boasts lots of spacious areas to relax and dine in with friends and family, including her stunning cockpit and sunbathing deck. ARAOK welcomes up to 6 guests in 3 cabins, all with stylish and contemporary decor. She is now open for bookings this summer in the South of France and Corsica.

ARAOK : Summer 2021 Availability

Charter Rates

 

High Season: 26 000 EUR / week + VAT + APA

Low Season: 24 000 EUR / week + VAT + APA

 

Suggested Itineraries:

 

French Riviera // Marseille to Saint Tropez // Corsica

 

Learn more about ARAOK by clicking on her page below:

  • ARAOK

    Length : 17.8 m / Passengers : 6

    Special features : - Modern build, flagship catamaran constructed in 2018- Unrivalled living space thanks to an intelligent design- Competent, experience and accommodating...

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