This magnificent Turkish gulet has been fully refurbished in 2007. It is 30 metres long and 7 metres wide. It can accommodate 14 people in seven en suite cabins.
The prices shown are rates for a weekly charter and they include:
A week rental with four crew members
Fuel for the yacht and generator work for approximately four hours per day/ air-conditioning approximately 6 hours per day if out of port/marina as powered by generators
Tender with outboard engine
Fishing gear, kayak and snorkelling equipment
Complete linen and towels, including beach towels
Half board – includes full breakfast and lunch at Euros 270 per person per week (an extra meal can be arranged during the week at Euros 25 per person)
Full Board (optional) – includes breakfast, lunch and dinner at Euros 420 per person per week
Beverages according to an onboard price list
Fuel for water sports
Marina fees and port taxes
Children age 0-2 free of charge, children age 2-10 have 50% discount of a board arrangement.
50% upon signing contract
50% five weeks prior to departure
Check-in: Sibenik, Saturday, from 1700 hours
Check-out: Sibenik, Saturday, until 0900 hours
One-way charter possible at an extra cost of Euros 1,000.
Important notes and information about ports/routes:
In Croatian ports, the mooring rule is: ‘first come first served’. However, a bigger boat has priority over a smaller boat and smaller boats are expected to give their space in the high season, if needed. Ports can not be pre-booked. In ports, gulets sometimes have to raft up along side of eachother.
It is different in the marinas (such as http://www.aci-club.hr ) where all boats have their own space, electricity and water.
A gulet can spend a night at anchor only if the weather conditions are good. The Captain has to make that decision for the safety reasons of the passengers and the boat. Currents in the Adriatic are relatively weak but there is a constant circulation under the influence of winds (this applies for the summer period too).