Built in 1972 by Rinaldo Gastaldi in Nuovi Cantieri Apuania in Marina di Carrara, Italy, especially for New York property developer William Levitt, the yacht is characterized by the unmistakable twin funnels with a large swimming pool positioned between them on the upper deck.
She has a gross tonnage of 1,031, a steel hull with an aluminum superstructure and teak decks.
Lady Sarya can accommodate 11 guests in 6 cabins with en-suite bathrooms and up to 36 crew. Refurbished in 2020, the yacht is the ultimate combination of vintage ambience and classic luxury.
For further details -or to schedule a visit- you can contact your broker or email directly PrivatSea ().
Plus Too was delivered in 2008 by Palmer & Johnson. A 41 meters (135ft) sport lavish yacht is the epitome of sophistication and luxury. With remarkable interiors designed by Nuvolari & Lenard,
Plus Too combines style and comfort with maximum speed up to 35 knots. The yacht is kept in pristine condition and offers accommodation for 10 guests. She is available for sale in the South of France. For further details -or to schedule a visit- you can contact your broker or email directly PrivatSea ().
Maison & Objet is the international authority for home decor, interior design, architecture and lifestyle culture and trends through its shows, events and its digital platform.
PrivatSea executives attended the Exhibition, that took place in Paris from January 17 to 21, 2020.
The PrivatSea Team had the opportunity to get in touch with the suppliers and discover the latest trends in interior design and decoration to provide the Owners the highest quality of services.
The Monaco Yacht Show was founded in 1991 exhibiting then an average of 30 yachts of maximum length 50m. Almost three decades later, the Show is also presenting classic and custom vehicles in parallel to the biggest in-water display of 125 world’s finest yachts, 44 of which were new launches and the largest being 111m.
A strong message of optimism about the prospects and potential of the Greek economy and entrepreneurship was sent by the participants in the Forum “Diamonds of the Greek Economy 2019” held on July 10th 2019 at the Grande Bretagne Hotel Athens. The awards were granted after a rigorous evaluation of 10,000 companies on the basis of five specific economic indicators.
The event was attended by more than 600 entrepreneurs and business representatives, the Minister of Development and Investment Mr. Adonis Georgiadis, the Minister of Finance Mr. Tryfon Alexiadis and representatives of the country's major business entities.
PrivatSea Marine Services received the award for “THE MOST ADMIRED ENTERPRISES IN GREECE”.
No race or circuit of the Formula 1 Calendar can truly match the excellence, the glamour and the challenge of the Monaco Grand Prix. From the Casino Square to the World's most famous Hairpin, through the tunnel and past the luxurious mega yachts, Monte Carlo is a circuit of legendary corners full of history. On May 26 and for the 4th consecutive year- Privatsea invitees had the chance to an unparalleled view of the most important Formula One Race from the office terrace overlooking the racetrack.
M/Y Marla has participated to the 6th Mediterranean Yacht Show,
that took place in Nafplion from 4 to 8 May, 2019.
With a record number of yachts that showed, this 5-day event, is the largest annual yacht show in the region. Brokers and yachting professionals from all over the world have attended the Show and had the possibility to visit the 102 luxury yachts available for
charter and meet their crew in the wonderful and picturesque setting of Nafplio.
The 50m M/Y Marla with her exclusive design can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 spacious cabins. Her impressive leisure and entertainment facilities make her the ideal charter yacht.
PrivatSea started a collaboration with the British Butler Institute that has especially developed a Butler Service Essentials Training Program for Interior Crew in the Luxury Yachting Industry.
From cabin orientation protocol to silver service protocol, the participating Hotel Crew had the opportunity to follow the training course while demonstrating and role-playing in order to achieve excellence in yacht services.
Angela Karali (Deck & Engine Procurement), Ann Montebello (Hotel Department)
PrivatSea executives Ann Montebello (Hotel Department) and Angela Karali (Deck & Engine Procurement) were guest speakers in the Seminar for Procurement and Logistics organized for BCA college students on 16th February 2019. BCA college was founded 49 years ago and is the oldest college in Greece offering British University Degrees in 35 Bachelors and Masters academic programs that have been designed according to the needs of the international market.
Ann and Angela introduced PrivatSea Yachting, PrivatSea Projects and PrivatSea Marine Services each providing a distinct service to the yachting industry while working closely with each other to create a fully integrated service to Owners and Captains. This introduction to the yachting industry was found to be very interesting and made the difference from the standard logistic and procurement procedures that are generally followed by bulk carriers. The students showed a great interest for the fast-growing yachting industry and raised many questions concerning the operation of the yachts and the approach of Owner’s needs starting from the design and maintenance to crewing, safety and insurance, technical, agency and voyage services, sales and charter, procurement and logistics.
PrivatSea Marine Services Shipyard
PrivatSea Marine Services is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Ilias Kalomiris as CEO.
Mr. Kalomiris has a Diploma in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering and a Master of Science in Marine Technology & Science from the National Technical University of Athens. He has extensive experience in ship and submarine building, as well as in the infrastructure of shipyards in Greece and abroad. He started working with PrivatSea in 2015 as a Technical Manager.
PrivatSea Marine Services is one of the largest shipyards in the Eastern Mediterranean comprising 1.500m of docks and piers, 15.000sq.m of buildings and structures on 88.000sq.m of land. The shipyard is committed to provide the highest service standards at a secure environment only 25km from downtown Athens and less than 40 min from Athens International Airport.
PrivatSea’s team attended METS the Marine Equipment Trade Show in Amsterdam, the largest trade exhibition of marine equipment, materials and systems. It is the only international B2B exhibition for the marine leisure industry and have served as a platform for innovation since 1988. Due to the advanced networking system, PrivatSea executives had the opportunity to arrange meetings with suppliers, connect with new traders and exchange information about the latest advancements in the yachting industry.
The Flisvos Marina team onboard the Neraida Floating Museum
The Flisvos Marina, has received the prestigious “5 Gold Anchors Platinum” accreditation by the Global Gold Anchor Scheme, one of the world’s leading maritime accreditation institutions. Flisvos Marina is the first Greek marina to receive this accreditation.
The 5 Gold Anchors Platinum is the institute’s highest distinction, which places the Flisvos Marina among the most remarkable marinas in the world for its exceptional premises and excellent services.
To receive the award, the Flisvos Marina had to meet the demanding criteria set by the Global Gold Anchor Scheme and carry out a 15-month program to upgrade its facilities and services.
Leda Bregu (Procurement), Ariana Konidi (Hotel & Marketing), Angeliki Karali (Procurement), Ann Montebello (Hotel & Marketing), Eleni Bakatsi (Administration)
For the 14th year, PrivatSea has participated together with Flisvos Marina at the Monaco Yacht Show.
The most important event of the yachting industry took place in the iconic Port Hercules of the Principality of Monaco and the PrivatSea team had the opportunity to discover the latest news of the superyacht world.
The Neraida Floating Museum at the "John Latsis Katakolo Port"
The port of Katakolo, the birthplace of John S. Latsis has been named as "John Latsis Port" in his honor during a ceremony that took place on Friday, September 14th 2018.
The Neraida Floating Museum was berthed at the “John Latsis Katakolo Port” between September 15th and 23rd, 2018 and was open to the public.
For the 3rd consecutive year PrivatSea hosted a private gathering at the Principality of Monaco during the Grand Prix Race on 27th May. As the offices of PrivatSea in Monaco are situated right on the Race track on Avenue Albert Premier, the view to the Race is one of the best in the Monegasque Track.
Sandra Thanou (Financial Manager), Aspasia Formentini (Chartering & Marketing), Ariana Konidi (Hotel & Marketing), Eleni Bakatsi (Administration)
PrivatSea has participated for the 13th consecutive year at the Monaco Yacht Show with a brand-new stand design. Each year, the show curates the exhibition of 125 extraordinary one-off superyachts built by the world’s most respected shipyards and welcomes 580 leading companies from the yachting industry.
The stand was paired with Athens’ Flisvos Marina, Greece’s mega-yacht destination, exhibiting at the exclusive Parvis Piscine and presenting the Company’s range of fully integrated services and facilities.
PrivatSea’s executives had the chance to meet mega yacht industry professionals, be informed about the latest concepts and new trends helping to provide to Owners the highest quality of services.
PrivatSea is pleased to announce that will be part of the world’s most prestigious yachting event.
For 4th consecutive year, the Company will co-exhibit with Flisvos Marina, the mega yacht destination in Greece, at Parvis Piscine, Stand QP19, with a brand new desing.
From September 27 to 30, PrivatSea’s executives will have the opportunity to meet professionals from the yachting industry and discover the latest market trends.
What stories lie in the Neraida's past? What are the memories that her exhibits bear?
Known and unknown snapshots of the vessel's history will be revealed during the four thematic guided tours which will mark the occasion of International Museum Day 2017.
The International Museum Day is an anniversary event of international concern, that is every year dedicated to a different thematic, related to musems and the protection of cultural heritage. In 2017 the International Council of Museums (ICOM) has selected the thematic "Museums and controversial stories: museums speak for what cannot be said".
13 & 14 May, 20 & 21 May at 18:00.
Attendance is free.
The Neraida Floating Museum returns to Flisvos Marina and opens once again her doors to the public.
Friday: 17:00-20:30 (last entrance 20:00)
Saturday: 11:00-18:00 (last entrance 17:30)
Sunday: 12:00-18:00 (last entrance 17:30)
The Museum -with the collaboration of John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation- organizes the educational program named ‘Sailing on the Neraida. A Game Aboard’ for children aged 6-12 years, families or schools.
The program includes team activities and games by specialized museum instructors.
The children have the chance to explore the historic ferries of the Saronic Gulf, become familiar with the history of the Greek shipping and investigate various topics such as travelling and the sea, communication and transport, people and memories.
More information: http://neraida.org/