CALISTO (ASTORIA)

ASIA

Calisto (Astoria)

Calisto was built in 1944 for the US Navy. In 1954, she was bought by Mr L. Guinness the Irish tycoon, who also owned Jacques Cousteau's famed La Calypso. Calisto was brilliantly transformed into this personal luxury yacht. Calisto was and still is about old world charm and high sea exploration. She caters to the boating pleasure of the well-heeled. She sailed the waters of Greece and Britain and now roams the seas South-East Asia in style.

Calisto
Length41.50 / 136'2
Beam7.39 / 24'2
Pax12
CabinsDouble cabin (3)
Twin cabin (2)
Single cabin (2)
Crew7
Year1944, Refit 2008
Engines Power2 x 500
A/Cyes
Cruising Speed12.0
Communications Cell Phone, SatCom, Email
Watersports Tender (2), Jetski (2), Kayak, Fishing Equipement, Donut (2), Snokerling gear
Audio/VisualSaloon: Home cinema, Sat TV, Hifi.
Others BBQ
Rates/Week
Winter
  • Asia
  • 50 000 USD/ 46 729 EUR
Summer
  • Asia
  • 50 000 USD/ 46 729 EUR
Included Yacht & Crew, All inclusive
Not Included Telecommunication
Winter/Summer
Winter Burma, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam
Summer Burma, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam


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