1. Charter the “MORPHEUS” Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 54 DS Cruising Monohull in Corfu, Greece
  2. Charter the “MORPHEUS” Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 54 DS Cruising Monohull in Corfu, Greece
  3. Charter the “MORPHEUS” Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 54 DS Cruising Monohull in Corfu, Greece

Charter the “MORPHEUS” Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 54 DS Cruising Monohull in Corfu, Greece

Enjoy a unique way to experience some of the most beautiful scenery in the Mediterranean! Charter the “Morpheus” Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 54 Ds Cruising Monohull for up to 9 person including crew. Rate as low as €4,490 per week Rates: • July 17 - August2 21, 2021: €6,090 per week • May 22 - July 17, 2021: €5,490 per week • August 21 -October 9 2021: €4,940 per week • April 10 - May 22, 2021: €4,490 per week • October 9 -November 6, 2021: €4,490 per week Deposit: • €1,500 Includes: - Professional Skipper - Dinghy plus engine, - 1 stand-up paddle board (SUP), - Snorkeling equipment in a variety of sizes, - Air-lounger, - Hammock, - High-quality bedlinen by COCO-MAT® - Towelsby COCO-MAT® - Beach-towelsby COCO-MAT® - Bathrobesby COCO-MAT® - Toiletries ZEALOTS OF NATURE®. What To Expect Onboard: Think of this fully renovated, classic luxury yacht as your comfortable villa on the water with crew and personalized service. The showers may be small, but the “pool” is huge with ever changing, beautiful scenery! A real eye-catcher, the S/Y MORPHEUS offers plenty of space on deck and below. While high-performing under sail, the strong engine comes into play when the wind is not in your favor. Worth mentioning are the air-conditioning, generator and electrical toilets, the high-end blue-tooth sound-system with speakers inside and on deck, the ergonomic galley equipped to prepare delicious meals on board and lots of accessories to make life on the water even more enjoyable. The airy and elegant interiors with extra headroom are decorated with taste and a personal touch. Three cabins with private shower rooms accommodate up to 6 guests in style. The crew (or two additional guests) sleep in a bunkbed cabin and there's a separate skipper cabin with a shared shower room. The cock-pit seats 10-12 people and the generous deck is a space to spread out and relax in the sunshine. Basic Specifications • Base: Gouvia Marina, Corfu Greece • Type: Monohull Sailboat • Brand: Jeanneau • Model: Sun Odyssey 54 Ds • Year of Build: 2005 • Year of Rennovation: 2020 • Length Overall: 16.75 M / 54'11" • Hull Length: 16.38 M / 53'9" • Beam: 4,87 M • Draft (Max): 1.98 M / 6.50 Ft • Engine: Yanmar 110 Hp • Fuel Capacity: 410 L / 108 Us Gal • Water Capacity: 930 L / 246 Us Gal Accommodation • Berths: 9 • Guest Cabins: 3-4 • Crew Cabins: 1-2 • Showerrooms: 4 Deck & Cockpit Equipment • Anchor windlass electric • Hardbottom dinghy with engine • Bimini • Sprayhood • Gangway • Bathing platform • Swimming ladder • Outside shower • Underwater swimming lights • New cockpit upholstery (2019) • Cockpit loudspeakers Sails / Rigging • Roller-furling mainsail • Roller-furling genoa • Gennaker sail Electrical Equipment • Generator • Inverter • 220V sockets and USB plugs in every cabin • Electrical toilets Heating & Cooling • Air-conditioning • Cabin fans Navigational Equipment • Autopilot on Deck and Below • Bowthruster • Radar • Cockpit Compass • Hand Bearing Compass • Speed Log • GPS Plotter • VHF • Echo Sounder • Wind Instruments • Clock • Barometer • Binoculars • Dividers and Ruler • Charts and Greek Waters Pilot (Imray 2019) Standard Extras • Snorkeling Equipment • Stand-up Paddle Board (Sup) • BBQ • Foldable Bicycle • Foldable Trolley • Sunbed • Hammock • Air-lounger Galley • Gas Stove And Oven • Fridge And Freezer • Cooking Hood • Espresso Maker • Soda Maker • Comprehensive Assortment Of Quality Cooking Utensils, Cuttlery, Croquery, Glasses Etc. Deck Saloon • Blue-tooth HiFi • High-end speakers Linen • By COCO-MAT®: Pillows, sheets, blankets, towels, beach towels, bath robes • By ZEALOTS of NATURE®: Toiletries Safety Equipment • Life raft • Epirb • Horseshoe lifebuoy • 2 liferings • 12v search lights • Floating light • Emergency tiller • Bosun’s chair • Fire extinguishers • Safety belts • Life jackets • Fog horn • Set of distress flares • Q-flag • Small drogue • Thermal blankets • First-aid-kit • Medicines • Infrared thermometer and protective wear Spares & Tools • Dinghy and sails repair kit • Toolbox • Engine spares Additional Services: • Professional skipper (indicative only) per day: €150- €170 • Cleaning fee: €200 • Hostess per day: €120 - €150 • Hostess/chef per day: €150 - €170 • Additional stand-up paddle (SUP) or inflatable kayak per week: €150 • Yoga set (2 blocks, strap, mat) per person, per charter: €10 • Wi-Fi on board: per 10 GB: €50 • Safety-net per charter: €150 • Asymmetric spinnaker per charter: €150* • Additional set of bed-linen and 2 towels per person: €15 • Delivery Corfu-Lefkas-Corfu, only for charters of min 2 weeks, from €300 • Airport transfers • Spa and wellness treatments on the yacht • Personal trainers for yoga and other sports • Hiking and culture guides • Cycling tours • "A talented chef to pleasure your palate, and many other activities and services can be arranged (at an extra charge) if you let us know upon booking or at least 2 weeks before your trip". If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer."

Captain is included.
A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
8 guests
Cruising Monohull


Come share with us what makes our heart beat faster: sailing, the Sea and the coastal gems of the Ionian Islands starting from Corfu – a lush paradise in all shades of green and blue on the West coast of Greece. Your sailing holiday aboard our yachts can be lovingly tailored to your wishes to offer an unforgettable experience in this blessed archipelago.

Features & Details

  • Wi-Fi
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • BBQ
  • Bluetooth
  • Climate Control
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Air Conditioning
  • Watersports Equipment
  • Cabin
  • Toilet
  • Wheel steering
  • Bimini
  • Bow Thrusters
  • Outboard Engine
  • Inboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Center Cockpit
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Generator
  • Inverter
  • Berth
  • Head

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

80% refund up to 30 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

down payment 20% upon booking; remaining amount (80%) due 30 days before embarkation cancellation and refund: either 50% refund of paid amount at the time of cancellation OR rebooking to another period in the current or following year. Price differences apply both ways. We accept deposit insurances from selected insurance companies in lieu of monetary deposit. Please inquire for details. The Skipper cost is included in the listed charter price. We will gladly point our customers to available local skippers that meet our standards. Further crew is available but not included in the listed price Our Terms are in line with FAIRCHARTER 19 The International YACHT-POOL Terms and Conditions ©YACHT-POOL 2019 I. Charter Price The charter price includes the use of the yacht with all accessories according to the inventory list and the additionally accessories contracted by the charter customer, their natural wear and tear as well as costs for the repair of damage due to material fatigue, the care for the charter customer and the yacht during the charter period as well as expenses for general taxes and duties and fees at the start and finish berth as well as the proportionate costs for the liability and comprehensive insurance of the yacht. Not included in the charter price are any fees for navigating in waters, areas or harbors, mooring fees outside the starting or finishing berth and fees for checking in or out as well as the costs for operating supplies such as diesel fuel or gasoline. Costs for final cleaning, gas, petrol for the outboard motor, bed linen and towels may be included in the charter price. Otherwise these additional costs must be listed separately by the charter company and submitted to the charter customer in good time before the charter date. II. Obligations of the Charter Company The charter company commits to the charter customer: - to hand over the charter yacht including complete accessories on the agreed date after full payment of the charter price in a seaworthy, proper age-appropriate care- and technical condition. All prescribed maintenance intervals have been complied with and must also cover the eto ntire charter period. Particular attention should be given to the maintenance of rescue equipment and safety-related equipment such as (if available / mandatory) life raft, life jackets, emergency signals, EPIRB, fire extinguishers and the gas cooker system as well as the completeness and updating of the nautical charts and navigational instruments. - to hand over the ship's papers to the charter customer containing all valid certificates, documents, lists, operating instructions of the yacht and other documents required for entering the contractually agreed maritime area. The contractually agreed exclusively to navigable sea area as well as possible temporal restrictions must be defined in these documents clearly and without contradiction. The charter company has to explicitly point out the specifics not obvious to the charter customer. All documents must be in English or in the local language of the charter customer. - to rectify damage or defects arising during the charter period or discovered hidden defects within the scope of the contract (see point V). - to reimburse downtime in accordance with the contract (see point V). - to be available to the charter customer during the charter period via telephone or radio at least during normal office hours.III. Obligations of the Charter customer The charter customer has the following obligations to the charter company: - to name all crew members before charter start according to the charter company’s instructions (creation of a crew list). - to keep the boat ready for check-out at the agreed place of return 1-2 hours before the time agreed with the charter company. - to not extend the agreed charter period without approval of the charter company. - to keep the yacht within the last 24 hours before the end of the charter in sufficient proximity to the return port, so that even in adverse circumstances (bad weather), the timely arrival is guaranteed. Weather conditions do not affect the duty of punctual return, unless there is a case of unpredictable force majeure. If a late return is foreseeable, the charter company must be informed immediately. - to notify the charter company immediately if the trip has to be completed at a location other than the agreed return location. In this case, it is up to the charter customer to take care of the boat or to provide sufficiently qualified persons to take care of it until the charter company can take over the ship. The charter only ends with the takeover of the yacht by the charter company. The charter customer must bear the additional costs incurred by the charter company due to the deviating return location, unless there is a case of unforeseeable force majeure or the charter company itself has requested the alternative return location or the charter company itself has caused this circumstance by culpable conduct (e.g. by hidden defects on the charter yacht). - to use the yacht and equipment carefully and in accordance with the rules of good seamanship. - to familiarize himself with the technical and all other facilities of the yacht before the start of the trip, observe the operating instructions on board and inform himself in detail about the nautical, geographic and technical characteristics of the area (tides, currents, changing water levels in strong winds, fall winds, nozzle effects, etc.). - to check the oil level of the engine and the bilges daily and check the sea cooling water circuit after starting the engine. Detected defects must be remedied immediately. Without sufficient oil or cooling, the engine may only be operated in the event of clear and present danger to the boat and / or crew to avoid damage. Other necessary maintenance measures during the charter period must be explained by the charter company to the charter customer at the handover and the charter customer must be given a prepared maintenance list. - to diligently keep a written logbook (in paper) in which the usual nautical entries, records of weather reports, any damage to the yacht and equipment, groundings and other special incidents (rope in propeller, etc.) are recorded. - to navigate with the help of the present, up-to-date nautical chart and to use electronic navigation aids only supportive. - if available, to keep a radio book and, if necessary, a customs and notation book conscientiously. - to immediately report any ground contact (even without visible damage) and, in the event of suspected damage to the charter yacht, immediately navigate to the nearest port and arrange for a survey by a diver, and after consultation with the charter company and at his direction, if necessary, craning or slipping. - to carry out damage-avoidance and damage-reduction obligations in the event of damage according to good seamanship and to fulfill reporting and cooperation obligations to participants, authorities and insurance companies. If he doesn't fulfill his duties, the charter customer is fully liable for the damage himself. - to observe special wind and weather conditions, to exercise special caution when navigating at night. - to only arrive in and leave ports under engine. To avoid running the engine when sailing, but under no circumstances to operate the engine when sailing with more than 10 degrees heeling. - to keep the battery voltage of all on-board batteries above 12 volts at all times, therefore to charge the batteries in good time via the engine, a generator or shore power connection, if necessary, consumers should be switched off. Bulk consumers such as anchor windlass or bow thruster may only be operated if the battery voltage is supported in parallel by the motor or a generator. - to only use harbors or moorings where secure entering, leaving and mooring can be ensured over the planned period. - to enter the charter yacht only with suitable, clean and non-marking boat shoes. - to provide towage assistance to others only in an emergency, to tow the charter yacht only in an emergency and to use own ropes and lines and then only to cleats, winches or the mast base (never with a bowline-knot), so that the towing can be solved even under tension and not to agree on towing and recovery costs, unless the helper otherwise would refuse to help. - to comply with the legal requirements of the countries of stay, to inquire about any necessary licenses or driving rights in advance. - to always duly clear inward and outward and to pay harbor and mooring fees accordingly. - to report theft of the yacht or its accessories immediately to the nearest police station. - to report liability damages immediately to the nearest port authority and to keep a confirmation. - not to pass on or sublet the charter yacht to third parties. - not to take on board more persons than permitted or agreed and thus named in the crew list. - to make no changes to the ship and equipment, unless this serves to ward off imminent damage or has been agreed in advance with the charter company.27. not to carry animals, undeclared dutiable goods or dangerous goods or materials, not to participate in regattas or to use the yacht for commercial purposes (e.g., for training purposes, goods or passenger transport) without the prior written consent of the charter company. - not to leave the save and sheltered port or berth if a recognized or general weather forecast indicates that the wind speed in the sea area concerned is 7 Bft or more for the period planned for the next leg. Only if it is clearly to be feared that the previously protected harbor or berth is at risk of being threatened due to unexpected weather changes, the nearest protected harbor or berth is to be approached. - The contractually agreed sea area (see point II 2) may only be left with the express consent of the charter company. - The charter company has the right to further limit this sea area in case of uncertain or unusual navigation conditions, in terms of space or time (for example, to pronounce a nocturnal navigation ban). - The charter customer or skipper is responsible for the management of the yacht and is liable to the charter company or insurer for damages resulting from the disregard of the required rules of conduct. Within the scope of this contract, the crew members are vicarious agents of the charter customer and / or skipper. IV. Driver’s Licenses, Certificates of Competence The charter customer may either be the skipper of the chartered yacht or may designate a crew member of his choice as a skipper. The skipper has to prove to the charter company the possession of the driving licenses and certificates of competency necessary to guide the yacht in the entire contractually stipulated sea area. Furthermore, the charter customer assures that the skipper has all necessary nautical, navigational and maritime knowledge and experience to safely manage the chartered yacht under sails and / or engine as specified in point III taking into account the responsibility for crew and material. The charter company is entitled to check the skipper's ability to navigate before handing over the charter yacht. For this purpose, he can demand proof of the previous experience of the skipper prior to the conclusion of the contract and can have the skipper show the licenses or driving licenses required to navigate the yacht in the agreed class and area of navigation. In the case of obvious inability to qualify for the safe management of the charter yacht and crew, the charter company may provide or arrange for the charter customer to hire a skipper at his cost. If this is not possible or if the charter customer does not agree with this, the charter company may refuse to hand over the yacht; In this case, the charter price paid will only be repaid on successful re-chartering at the originally agreed charter price. If further chartering is only possible at a lower price, the charter company is entitled to withhold the corresponding difference. V. Impairment of Performance (Charter Contract) 1. Rights of the Charter customer: - If the charter company does not make the charter yacht available at the latest 4 hours after the contractually agreed date and time, the charter customer is entitled to a proportional reduction in the charter price for the downtime per day started. The same applies mutatis mutandis during the charter period in the event of damage or defects occurring independently of the fault of the charter company, unless these were caused culpably by the charter customer himself. The charter customer has to accept a restriction of use of the yacht of up to 4 h without refund for each damage event. A restriction of use exists from the time from which the charter customer is considerably restricted in the use of the yacht due to a defect and / or a repair. A reasonable change to the planned itinerary (to allow for repair) and / or repair during normal harbor dock times is not a use restriction. The charter customer may also withdraw from the contract, subject to full refund of the payments made, if more than 24 hours have elapsed since the agreed delivery date; this period is extended to 48 hours for a charter period of at least 10 days. The charter company is entitled to provide a reasonably acceptable replacement yacht, corresponding to the needs of the charter customer and objectively equivalent. If it is already clear prior to the charter that the boat will not be available and can be handed over at the latest 4 hours after the contractually agreed date, the charter customer has the right to withdraw from the contract before the start of the charter with full refund of the payments made. - In the event of negative deviations of the charter yacht, its equipment or accessories from the contractually agreed condition (defects), the charter customer is entitled to a reasonable reduction of the charter price. To rescind he is only entitled if the charter yacht is thereby impaired in its seaworthiness or if navigating by using conventional navigation methods is significantly more difficult and thereby significantly increasing the risks to the safety of boat and crew. The charter customer can only claim reduction and cancellation by a written declaration in writing to the charter company. The declaration must be made immediately upon notification of the defect and additionally in the check-out protocol and justified accordingly. - If the charter company is not responsible for the impairment of performance, there are no further claims of the charter customer against the charter company with regard to an exemption for consequential damages (e.g. travel / accommodation costs). In this case, however, the charter company assigns any claims for damages against third parties to the charter customer. The charter company must inform the charter customer comprehensively and immediately about such occurrences and the possible consequences. 2. Rights of the Charter Company: - Delayed return: If the yacht is not returned within 2 hours after the time contractually agreed with the charter company by the fault of the charter customer, the charter company may require the pro rata payment of the charter price per day started. In addition, the charter company is entitled to demand compensation from the charter customer for any economic loss the delayed return incurs (such as the cost of additional personnel to be ordered or held or failure or partial cancellation of subsequent charter). - Different place of return: If the return of the yacht does not happen at the agreed place of return by the fault of the charter customer, the charter company can require compensation from the charter customer for all economic loss incurred thereby (e.g. the cost of taking over at another location or costs for the return of the yacht on water or on land). - Weather conditions do not affect the charter customer's duty to return the yacht in accordance with the contract, unless there is a case of unpredictable force majeure (see also point III.4). Both in the case of late return and if the place of return is different, the charter company has the obligation to minimize the financial loss and to provide the charter customer with proof that the required costs have actually been incurred. The charter customer can provide evidence that no or less damage has occurred. VI. Cancellation Conditions If the charter customer withdraws from the charter contract, except for the reasons stated under subparagraphs V 1a) and 1b), the contractually agreed cancellation costs shall apply in relation to the pure charter price. For services, which are also omitted by the abolition of the charter, no cancellation costs will be charged, such as final cleaning, deposit, bed linen, special equipment. If the charter customer can not start the trip, he must immediately notify the charter company in writing, whereby the time of the corresponding access of the charter company is relevant. If a replacement charter succeeds under the same conditions, the charter customer will get back the payments made so far, minus a handling fee of € 150.-. The charter customer can only provide a suitable replacement charter customer with the agreement and written consent of the charter company, who will take over the contract. In the case of a replacement charter for discounts or for a shorter period of time, the respective difference plus the handling fee shall be charged to the charter customer. If different delivery and return ports or foreign ports have been contractually agreed, the compensation will increase by 20

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