Cavo Yachting _ Beneteau Oceanis 48
Cavo Yachting _ Beneteau Oceanis 48


Beneteau Oceanis 48 | Sailing Yacht Charter | Alimos-Athens | Greece

The Beneteau Oceanis 48 is a beautiful sailing yacht that is characterized by her sleek and elegant lines. She features a unique exterior layout with the mainsheet tackle further aft the boom, giving her an incomparable stability in all weather conditions. Her interior design is chic yet cozy with dark wooden furniture and light cream colored accessories. Up to 10 guests can be accommodated in 4 spacious double-bed cabins and 1 pullman cabin. She is based in Marina Alimos in Athens, which is the prefect starting point for two main sailing areas in Greece: the Argo-Saronic Gulf, which is a well-protected sailing area with beautiful islands such as Aegina, Poros, Hydra, and Spetses, and the Cyclades Islands, that include the famous Milos, Naxos, Paros, Mykonos and Santorini.


Year: 2012

Length:  14.60 m / 47.90 ft.

Beam:  4.74 m / 15.55 ft. 

Draft:  2.20 m / 7.22 ft

Main Sail: Full Batten

Genoa: Furling

Engine: 1 x 75 HP (YANMAR)

Fuel Capacity: 440 l / 116.24 US gal  

Water Capacity: 750 l / 198.13 US gal


Marina Alimos (Athens, Greece)

Charter Type:

Bareboat Charter

Skippered Charter


Guests: 10      

Cabins: 5

Berths: 10

Cabin Configuration:

4 Double-bed cabins

1 Pullman Cabin

Showers: 3

WC: 3


Standard Equipment:

All of our sailing yachts are equipped with the standard equipment listed below

Extra Equipment (included in the price):

  • Bimini top, Sprayhood

  • Bow thruster

  • Gangway

  • Radio, CD-player, MP3 player


Extra Equipment/Services  (on demand):

  • Safety net,WiFi, Stand-Up Paddle (SUP)

Charter Rates

Low Season: From 3,100 Euro / week

Mid-Season (June & Sept.) : From 4,600 Euro / week

High Season (July & Aug.) : From 5,300 Euro / week

Several discount schemes may apply:

e.g. Early booking, repeat client, 2+ week charters.

Please contact us for a personalized offer


Obligatory extras (not included in the above rates):

  • Port fees

  • Fuel cost

  • End cleaning

  • Refundable security deposit


   Please note that some of the above photos are taken from the brochure of the boat manufacturer

Standard Equipment 

Deck & Cockpit Equipment

Cockpit, Cockpit table, Cockpit cushions, Electric anchor windlass, Spare anchor (Reserve/Auxiliary Anchor), Fenders, Winches, Winch handle, Self-tailing winch, Electric winches, Emergency tiller, Dinghy, Davit, Electric bilge pump, Mechanic bilge pump, Wire (shroud cutter), Batteries (Start batteries, battery- charger,etc.), Mooring ropes

Spares and Tools

Boat documents, Boat manuals, Toolbox, Engine’s spares, Sail repair kit, Dinghy repair kit

Navigation Equipment

Cockpit compass, Hand-bearing compass, Nautical charts, All instruments needed to work with nautical charts (pencils, parallel ruler, dividers, plotters, etc.), GPS chart plotter, ECICDS (Electronic Chart Display Information System), Radar, Autopilot, Echo-sounder/Depth-sounder, Speed & Distance log device, Navigation/Positioning lights, Fog horn, Black ball shapes, Barometer, Binoculars, Wind-instrument

Safety Equipment

Horseshoe lifebuoy, Life jackets, Life raft, Box of flares/Distress flare box, Radar reflector, Emergency helm, Floating light, Torch light, Safety belt, Bosun’s chair, Fire extinguisher, First aid kit, Marine VHF radio, GMDSS, EPIRB distress radio beacons

Galley Equipment

Gas stove, Refrigerator, Pans, Glasses, Cups, Plates, Bowls, Cutlery


Pillows, Bed linen, Towels


Pressurized water system, Hot water