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Technical specifications

Length Over All: 27,50m
Beam: 6,00m
Draft: 2.70m
Engine: MTU 10V 183 291 HP (Mercedes)
Fuel tank: 2250l
Water tank: 4500l
Boat base: Trogir
Crew NO: 3
Captain: Yes
Chef: Yes
Steward: Yes


Air Condition: Yes
Electricity Voltage: 220V/24
Beach towels: Yes
Linen changes (per cabin per week): 1 per week
Cabin cleaning: Every day
No. of cabins: 5
Cabin description: 1 master cabins + 4 double cabins
Toilet (home, vacum, jump): En suite
Showers: Yes
TV in cabin: Yes
Separate crew quarters: Yes

Leisure Equipment

Waterskiing: Yes
Donut Ride: Yes
Jetski: Yes
Canoe: Yes
Lying chairs: Yes

Saloon Equipment

Tv (standard, with dvd, LCD): LCD
Social Games: Yes ( cards, monopoly, etc..)
Play Station: Yes
Laptop, Wi-fi, Internet: Internet
DVD, Mp3 playar, stereo: Yes

Pricelist for 2016. - Gulet Blue Nose

Period A 13.07 - 07.09 9.500 Eur
Period B 29.06 - 13.07 / 07.09 - 28.09 8.500 Eur
Period C From 28.09 till 29.6 7.500 Eur
Half board (breakfast/lunch) 250 Eur / week per person (excluding drinks)
Full board (breakfast/lunch/dinner) 350 Eur / week per person (excluding drinks)
All inclusive PP  
All inclusive Soft drink package  

Bevarage options

Half board all inclusive is optional 350 Eur / week per person (breakfast / lunch + beer, wine, water, soft drinks, coffee, tea and domestic alcoholic drinks) 
Full board all inclusive is optional 450 Eur / week per person (all three meals plus beer, wine, water, soft drinks, coffee, tea and all domestic alcoholic drinks.


Food option can be paid on board. 

Check-in: Trogir or Dubrovnik, Saturday from 17.00 hrs
Check-out: Trogir or Dubrovnik, Saturday from 9.00 hrs

Included in the price

Week rental with three crew members, passenger insurance on boat, fuel for 4 hrs cruising per day, bed linen and towels (including sun-bathing towel), harbour tax in town ports, on board air conditioning

Not included in the price

Transfers, entrance for National Parks, marine

Payment conditions

50% upon signing contract
50% six weeks prior to departure
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