- type : motorsailer
- length : 117 ft.
- capacity : 12 passengers
- specials : full range of water toys,SCUBA,snorkeling,water-skis,windsurfer,fishing,jet ski
117' S/Y IRAKLIS L is a yacht that accommodates 12 guests in 6 en-suite cabins.
Accommodations are in 1 Master cabin on the main deck, 1 VIP cabin and 2 cabins with one queen bed accommodations, 1 cabin with double bed and 1 cabin with two twin beds.
S/Y IRAKLIS L is equipped with a range of toys including: Oceanic RIB 5.5 mtr. with 140hp Suzuki 4-strok, 1 3-seater Jet-Ski Yamaha Waterrunner 210hp 4-stroke, Water-skis, Banana, Tubes, Windsurf (on request), Fishing and Snorkeling equipment, and Full Scuba equipment with air compressor (on request).
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