“Croatia” is owned by a delightful Croatian who spent many years living in Australia and who puts in a huge amount of time and energy making sure his beautiful boat is kept in excellent condition. Your crew of Captain, chef, hostess, and deckhand will ensure your full enjoyment of this delightful - if confusingly named - traditional gulet of great charm. Renovated in 2017, gulet Croatia s one of the most desired and booked gulets in the Adriatic. Spoiled for choice of individual space“Croatia’s” ample elbow room extends to her decks, providing no less than four separate areas for all guests to eat, drink and be merry; one inside the saloon, al fresco dining area on the aft deck, a delightful snack and cocktail space on deck amidships and an intimate foredeck nook for a nightcap under the stars. Her recent interior refit has somehow managed to include 7 cabins (4 doubles, 3 twins) in her 32m / 105ft hull without ever feeling cramped, indeed all are generously sized for comfort and finished in traditional deep gloss varnished timber.
Length: 32 meters
Beam: 7.2 meters
Draft: 2.9 meters
Cruise Speed: 9 knots
Water Tank: 4000 liters
Build / Renovated: 1998 / 2017
Cabins for guests: 7
Max. number of guests: 14
Šibenik, Trogir, Split, Dubrovnik
Crew: Captain, Chef, Deckhand, Hostess
Water Sports: Jet ski, Water skiing, Tuberiding, Kayaking, Paddleboarding, Snorkeling,
Customized Itinerary available. Please contact us.
INCLUDED: An assistant who will guide you through your entire yacht journey
SHIPBOARD ACCOMMODATION: maximum number of 14 guests sleeping in 7 cabins
FUEL FOR CRUISING: 4 hours/day
CREW: Captain, Chef, Waiter, Sailor/Cruise Manager
AIR CONDITIONING: 6 hours/day till midnight
LINEN: bed sheets, bathroom, and beach towels
SNACKS: 5 o’clock tea and snacks, welcome drink on embarkation day
HALF BOARD (breakfast & lunch – 3 courses): 400 €/person/week
FULL BOARD (breakfast, lunch – 3 courses & dinner – 3 courses): 600 €/person/week
Port and Tourist Taxes
PORT TAXES: Port fees, anchorages, and Tourist taxes are to be paid on spot (in cash), according to actual costs in ports/anchors. The total cost per week depends on the selected itinerary/port costs. It is not obligatory for the yacht to be in the port each night, it can also be anchored, which lowers the mooring fees (approximate cost is between 500 – 1.500 Euro/week). In the case of a large consumption of water or fuel during the cruise, the yacht should go to the port to refill.