Phoebus is the only one of its kind in Greece. It took six whole years for its proud owner Zannis Koukas, sculptor and architect, a gifted man with limitless imagination, and his team of craftsmen, to transform and make the necessary conversions to an old engine sail powered vessel built in 1948, to what it is today: A unique & original work of art.

One of the most popular destinations of the PHOEBUS is it journey to the sacred Island of DELOS.

Created by the inspirations of a daring man, it justly bears the name of Apollo (PHOEBUS), the ancient god of art. Along with traces of the ancient times whilst bearing modern elements, The PHOEBUS offers sophisticated facilities to the satisfaction of the most demanding of clients who wish to enjoy Greek culture, the beauty of the Cycladic sea, while cruising to the nearby islands on board a unique vessel. Equipped to accommodate live Bands of all musical genres (upon request) as well as provide special catering on board along with it’ s open bar, The Phoebus is perfect for parties as it can easily host 80 PAX while cruising. Hosting many known actors to this date, The Phoebus has managed to become the beloved “foyer” of artistic endowed personalities.

ACCOMMODATIONS

• Max cruising: 80 PAX + 4 Crew
• Max sleeping: – PAX
• Anchored: 80 PAX

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Year: 1998 (reconstruction) / Year: 1948 built)
  • Engines: Badewein x 215 BHP & 1 Leyland x 180 HP
  • Cruising Speed: 7-9 knots
  • Length: 21.60 meters
  • Beam: 6.70 meters
  • Depth: 3.05
  • Water Capacity: 2 Tons
  • Cargo Fuel: 1.5 Tons
  • Generators: 1 x 20 Kw, 1 x 16 Kw
  • Crew: 4

SPECIFICATIONS

FACILITIES

  • Open BAR / Special catering upon request
  • Live Band upon request / Stereo Music, Microphones
  • Dinning / Lounge (Upper deck)
  • Lounge (Lower deck)
  • Sun deck
  • Fully air conditioned
  • WC 2 + one shower
  • Two refrigerators / Deep freezer

Prices

High SeasonLow Season
Dailyupon requestupon request
WeeklyN/AN/A

  • High Season : 15th JUN – 6th SEP
  • Low Season : 15th MAI – 14th JUN & 7th SEP – 15th OCT