KALLIMA : Available in the Caribbean

KALLIMA : Available in the Caribbean

BGYB invites you to charter Swan 82 KALLIMA in the Caribbean this winter.

Available This Winter

Discover the Caribbean with KALLIMA this winter, a modern sailing yacht offering you both speed and elegance, for a true luxury charter experience. KALLIMA can comfortably welcome up to 8 guests in 3 cabins, and underwent a refit in 2020. Contact us for further information on this beautiful sailing yacht, or for our itinerary suggestions in the Caribbean.

KALLIMA : Available in the Caribbean

Charter Rate : 28 000 EUR / week + APA

 

KALLIMA is available from the 19th of January to the 18th of March in the following destinations:

 

Antigua & Barbuda // Saint Martin & Saint Barts // Martinique & Guadeloupe

 

Discover more about KALLIMA by clicking on her page below :

  • KALLIMA

    Length : 24.89 m / Passengers : 8

    Special features : - Available for racing charters- Complete scheduled refit in 2020- The Swan 82 KALLIMA is an updated model of the Maxi-cruiser concept

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