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    Gulet ‘Aurum’

    You can view this yacht on our new website: AURUM
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    Gulet Aurum
    is an ideal choice for a luxury cruise on the Adriatic. This spacious motorsailers was built in 2006 and has been regularly updated every year. Aurum offers extremely generous deck space for a group of up to 12 guests and six large (double) en suite cabins . The crew of four is welcoming and attentive and will make sure you get the best out of your charter in Croatia. We highly recommend enquiring early for this yacht as she does get booked up fast.

    The prices shown are rates for a weekly charter and they include:
    A week Gulet rental, Four crew members, Passenger Insurance, Fuel for the yacht & generator work for approximately four hours per day (and 24 hours A/C work per day), Complete bed linen and towels, Beach towels, All the appliances on the gullet, Wi-Fi Internet (75GB per week)

    Obligatory Extras:?
    Port fees: Euros 1,000 per week includes: expenses in town port (but not marina fees), sojourn taxes.
    Half Board at Euros 390 per person per week includes breakfast and lunch
    (Extra meal (dinner) is optional at Euros 40 per person per meal)

    Other board options:
    Full board: Euros 620 per person per week- includes breakfast, lunch, dinner
    Discount for children: 0-2 years: free, 2-10 years: 50 % reduction.

    Drink options:All – inclusive domestic non-alcoholic package: Euros 105 per person per week.
    All – inclusive domestic alcoholic package: Euros 220 per week per person.
    Drinks on board according to an on-board price list.
    Beverages supplied by client: Euros 600 per week.

    Extra cost:
    Land Transfers
    Shore excursions
    National park and park of nature entrances
    Guided tours Tender for watersport: Euros 80 per hour
    Gratuities for the crew

    Payment conditions:
    Deposit: 50 % of charter fee payable at the booking confirmation
    Balance: 50 % of charter fee + board arrangement payable not later than 6 weeks before charter commencement