18.90 m / 62 ft

Maximum beam

9.20 m / 30.18 ft


22 T


1.55 m / 5 ft

Mast length

25 m / 82 ft

Main engines

2 x 100 HP

Fuel capacity

2 x 700 l / 379 US gal

Fresh water tank

780 l / 206 US gal

Main sail

118 m2 / 1270 ft2


63 m2 / 678 ft2

Stay sail

32 m2 / 344 ft2


  • 4 double cabins all with private facilities. The two aft cabins have an additional Pullman bed.
  • 1 cabin with bunk beds and separate bathroom
  • Crew quarters separate
  • Crew of three

Tender & Toys

  • Fishing Equipment
  • Snorkeling
  • all necessary accessories (flipper masks etc.)
  • Wake board
  • Water skiing
  • Board games
  • Tender
  • Outboard
  • Wind surf
  • Canoe

Equipment & Communication

  • VHF
  • GPS
  • Radar
  • Wind instruments
  • Plotter
  • Ice maker
  • Autopilot
  • Air-conditioning
  • Generator
  • Water maker
  • Full teak deck
  • Under water lights
  • WiFi Internet
  • Each cabin equipped with LCD TV –DVD/Radio/CD player


  • 2 x Wide Screen LCD TV
  • BOSE home cinema and DVD player in Saloon

Captain Jiorgos Kourtelis

Nationality: Greek. Born in 1971.

Jiorgos began his sailing carrier when he was only 9 years old racing Lasers, Optimists and 4.70s. When he turned 19 he decided to make it his profession. Since then he has sailed extensively the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, the Bahamas, the NE coast of Africa, Pacific coast of Central America, Panama Canal and has crossed the Atlantic 10 times. Jiorgos has been featured in magazine articles (Nov. 1996 Coastal Cruising Magazine, Feb. 1998 The Boat Magazine) for stories about sailing the Greek islands and Yacht Maintenance, respectively. In 2001, he was decorated with the First Class Medal of Honor by the Minister of Merchant Marine for his assisting role in the rescue mission of passengers from the Ferry Boat Samena. His experience over the years ranges from running his own sailing school, using his own boat for sailing lessons and charters in the summer, working as a Base Manager for Charter Companies being responsible for maintenance and coordination of the charter boats, and traveling half around the world on sailing yachts for private owners. He has worked as well as a captain on a research vessel for whales and dolphins in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Ocean. Today he is an extremely well experienced Sailing Yacht Captain.

Jiorgos is a very enthusiastic person interested in philosophy, science, history, and many more things. He likes to cook (he is famous for his Sushi preparation with the fresh catch), read, loves to prepare caipirinhas for his guests and does all kind of water sports in his spare time. He just obtained his pilot license for ultra-light planes to satisfy his new obsession and he uses every free minute to fly with his own plane. He speaks Greek, English and has some knowledge of German and Spanish. With his open attitude he welcomes you on board like a friend and does everything to make you the most wonderful sailing vacation with the perfect mix of adventure, fun, relax, and interesting conversations.

Chef  Kyriakos Kioroglou

Kyriakos has many years of experience in both luxury yachts and gourmet restaurants. He was born in 1954 in Greece and completed his studies Cooking School of Lausanne Hostelier. Kyrikos also holds a degree in public relations. He is great asset to Anassa – the only problem is his guests usually leave a few pounds heavier! He has an amazing disposition and great smile. He will have his guest on board savouring for more. Kyriakos speaks Greek, English and Italian.

Sailor Tilak Narayanage

Nationality: Sri Lankan.
For the last 4 years Tilak has been a vital part of the boat and the crew. Tilak’s tasks on the yacht include keeping the boat in perfect condition and helping Jiorgos with docking and maintaining ‘Anassa’ to have her always well prepared for her guests. He is a very kind person, pleasant and quite, always smiling doing his job in the early morning hours to present a perfectly clean boat to the guests of ‘Anassa’. He loves to have children on board and helps to supervise all the water sport activities.