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Athens, Greece

Oceanis 411

  • Sailboat
  • 41ft
  • 3
  • 6

About the Boat

Te Oceanis 411 was introduced in 1997 joined the ranks of modern cruising classics as one of the more popular and successful 40-footers of all time. The three-cabin version is a great boat with a good turns of speed, well thought-out accommodations, and simple, logical systems.

Boat Specs

  • Boat model: Oceanis 411
  • Boat name: Nemesis
  • Year built: 2003
  • Draft (cm): 145
  • Engine power (hp): 42(HP)
  • Fuel Tank (liters): 150
  • Water tank (liters): 600


  • Air Conditioning
  • Refrigerator
  • Toilet
  • Sink
  • Shower
  • Gas Burner
  • Oven/Grill
  • Microwave
  • Stereo/TV


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About the location

Sailing in Greece can be a lifetime experience. This Mediterranean country is a paradise that can be explored best, by sailing. You can experience the crystal, clear blue waters, the picturesque and diverse islands, the Greek sun, the endless blue sky, the warm climate but also the history and the culture of Greece.

Greece has more than 1400 islands and the largest coastline in Europe. It is located at the South –East, engulfed by three seas Ionian, Aegean and Mediterranean. In this long and astoundingly beautiful coastline, there are countless bays and coves that are waiting for you. By sea purity, Greece is among top countries in the world, with more than 400 beaches and nine marinas awarded with famous European "Blue Flag", carefully chosen and following strict environmental and other criteria.

Sailing in Greece can give you the chance to see many islands within a few days since almost all islands are set in complexes and distances between them are often small. So yes, you can reach in a week, several Greek islands or other coastal places that are not accessible by land.