Our Yacht

Our beautiful yacht is a Bavaria 46 Cruiser

  • Name…………………………………………………………………SV Polykandros “Polly”
  • New Zealand Flagged ……………………………………….NZ2817
  • Call Sign …………………………………………………………….ZMG3824
  • A.I.S / MMSI ……………………………………………………….512008802
  • Country where built…………………………………………..GERMANY
  • Year Built…………………………………………………………….2006
  • Year Launched……………………………………………………2007
  • Berths………………………………………………………………….8
  • No. cabins…………………………………………………………..4
  • No. Heads……………………………………………………………2
  • No. Showers………………………………………………………..3
  • Total area…………………………………………………………….81 m²
  • Weight…………………………………………………………………13,000 kg
  • Length Overall……………………………………………………14.2 m
  • Beam ………………………………………………………………….. 4.36m
  • Draft ………………………………………………………………….. 2.04m
  • Mast Height ………………………………………………………. 19.2m
  • Engine …………………………………………………………………D2 / 55 hp Volvo Penta
  • Power ………………………………………………………..Solar 440w & 240v Generator
  • Batteries ……………………3x 140Ah service, Separate VHF,
    Bow-thruster & Starter
  • Water Capacity ………………………………………………….460l
  • Watermaker ……………………………………………………….100l/hour
  • Fuel Capacity ……………………………………………………..210l

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2006 Bavaria 46 Cruiser

Where the name Polykandros came from. We found this on the website gtp.gr:

  “Folegandros lies between Milos (15 nautical miles) and Sikinos (five nautical miles). It is 102 nautical miles from Piraeus, has an area of 32 sq. kilometres and a coastline 40 km long. Its population is about 600. A mountainous, rocky island, its highest mountain is Ayios Eleftherios (455 metres) in the south of the island, whilst the mountain of Merovigli in the north is 312 metres high.
  The historian Aratos called the island Sidira (‘iron’) because of its rocky surface. Greek mythology says that the island was inhabited by shepherds who came from western Greece in search of pasturelands. Because most of the shepherds were men, the island was named Polyandros (‘many men’). From this derives the sailors’ habit of calling the island Polykandro.
  It was later settled by Cretans led by Folegandros, son of Minos, who gave his name to the island. The next to arrive were Dorians, the last of the island’s colonists before it came under Athenian domination in the fifth century B.C. Artemis and Apollo were worshipped on the island in ancient Greek times. During the Roman period the island was used as a place of exile.”