Price & Location
Low Season Rate per Week
€ 16.500
High Season Rate per Week
€ 18.500
East Med, Greece
Year of Built:
15.84 m (51.97 ft)
8.60 m (28.22 ft)
1.50 m (4.92 ft)
Number of Crew:
Key Features

> Brand new 2019 year

> Large deck area

> Many water toys

2 x 80Hp Yanmar
2 x 19Kw / 11Kw Onan
Cruising Speed:
9 knots
Fuel Consumption:
25 lt/h
Number of Cabins:
Cabin Configuration:
2 x master cabins, 3 x double bed cabins, 1 x upper and lower bunks
Bed Configuration:
5 x double beds, 2 x single beds
Number of guests:
Water Toys

1 x dingy 3.90m with 50hp outboard Yamaha
Water skis
Kayak 2 pax
Snorkeling equipment
Fishing gear
Mono tube

Communication & Entertainment

Saloon 32’ LCD TV, TV antenna, blu ray DVD player, fusion radio CD/USB player with loud speakers in saloon, cockpit, fly bridge and all cabins, Wi-Fi internet, laptop PC


Luxury crewed catamaran Nomad

With its diamond-shaped vertical bows, bevelled hulls, its as if levitated deckhouse and tall rig, NOMAD is no ordinary catamaran, but its originality goes a great deal further than just its "outer" appearance, or even its interior layout. Superior in terms of elegance, comfort, safety, user friendliness and, it goes without saying, performance under sail. Luxurius and temporary, with soft shades for a harmonious interior continuous horizontal and fluent lines give the interior open and generous spaces continuity between exterior and interior life, a slender exterior design for a boat with a strong character. The saloon encompasses the lounge and dining table to starboard, a large galley in U shape on port side the chart table in the middle, facing out to sea, the “U” galley is equipped with large hot plates, large work space and plenty of storage
the circulation in the salon is optimized, between the lounge and the galley, all the cabins have large double beds, storage space in keeping with the offshore sailing program of the boat and, of course, an en-suite bathroom with separate shower, the cabins have incomparable natural lighting thanks to the fixed hull windows, together with excellent ventilation thanks to the deck hatches and portholes that open out to the hull-side or to the cockpit. 

“In the eyes of an eight-year-old, the most wonderful thing about Lake Michigan was grandpa’s boat. Sailing was a love of his and I was a glad participant. A particularly rare treat was spending the night on the boat, gently being rocked to sleep by the bobbing waves and steady clanking of metal against mast. My grandpa tried to show me the Milky Way, directing my eyes by way of the North Star. He told us the meaning of the boat’s name, a word that sounded funny at the time. “Nomad,” he said, “is the word for a wanderer, a drifting, homeless traveller.” Feeling like the darkened sky could swallow me up in seconds, under the stars, I felt the same.” by Ravi Zacharias Ministries.


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