Owners of Entre Cielos Wine Hotel + Spa Launch Luxury Sailing Yacht

Courtesy of Entre Cielos Wine Hotel + Spa

The owners of Argentina’s award-winning Entre Cielos Wine Hotel + Spa in Mendoza are launching the 104 foot luxury sailing yacht S/Y Entre Cielos, a gulet available for private weekly charters through the Greek Islands. Charters become available from May 10, 2019.

Sailing May through October of each year at the starting weekly charter rate of €28,000 (approximately $31,000), the S/Y Entre Cielos can accommodate up to 12 passengers across five cabins and a crew of five. The sailing yacht will navigate through smaller towns and quiet lagoons within the Greek Islands.

A personal chef will create an exclusive menu for each charter, utilizing the fresh seafood and vegetables sold daily in each port. The onboard wine selection will complement the chef’s daily creations.

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A variety of water sports are available to guests. Additionally, guests can lounge on the ship’s large wooden deck, or visit some of the world’s oldest sites tracing back to the origin of civilization. 

The launch of the S/Y Entre Cielos in Greece is part of the owners’ global expansion efforts, which include new Vineyard Lofts in Mendoza, along with a Swiss Chalet and Luxury Eco Camp in the Uco Valley still to come. The S/Y Entre Cielos, a traditional gulet—a vessel known for leisure cruising throughout the Mediterranean due to its style, efficiency and size—has until recently only been used privately by the owners’ family.

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