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Technical specifications

Length Over All: 32m
Beam: 7,50m
Draft: 2,70m
Engine: Cummins 450 hp
Fuel tank: 2000l
Water tank: 9000l
Boat base: Sibenik
Posibility of sailing: Yes
Captain: Yes
Chef: Yes
Steward: Yes

Accommodation

Air Condition: Yes
Electricity Voltage: 12/24 V DC 110/220/380 VAC Converter 24 V DC to 220 V AC - 3,5 KW
Linen changes (per cabin per week): upon request
Cabin cleaning: every day
No. of cabins: 6
Toilet (home, vacum, jump): En suite
Showers: Yes
TV in cabin: No
Separate crew quarters: Yes

Leisure Equipment

Snorkeling Equipment: Yes
Canoe: Yes
Fishing equipment: Yes
Dinghy: Dinghy with outboard engine

Saloon Equipment

Tv (standard, with dvd, LCD): Color TV LCD
Social Games: yes
Laptop, Wi-fi, Internet: laptop
Ice Machine: Yes
DVD, Mp3 playar, stereo: Yes

Pricelist for 2016. - Gulet Kadena

Period A 13.07 - 31.08.2013 18.500,00 Eur
Period B 15.6 - 13.07.2013 15.900,00 Eur
Period C 18.05 - 15.06 / 31.08 / 28.09 14.900,00 Eur
Period D 20.04 - 18.05 / 28.09 / 20.10 11.800,00 Eur
Half board (breakfast/lunch) HB is compulsory 270,00 Eur/week per person to be paid with balance
Full board (breakfast/lunch/dinner) 420 Eur per person per week
All inclusive PP  
All inclusive Soft drink package  

Bevarage options

Drinks are provided at reasonable prices from yacht’s bar on board.
It is not permitted to bring personal drinks on board

Other

For  air - condition   max. working  are  6 hrs a day out of marina. 
• In the Croatian port rules for boats are that first boat come to port catch a place but bigger boat can ask to be first to pear and smaller boat is to give place in high season..

Different is in marinas ( www.aci-club.hr ) where all boats have own place, electricity and water.

To spend a night on anchor only if weather conditions are good. Any decision of route changement is only under decision and  responsibility of  the captain. Currents in the Adriatic are relatively weak but circulate constantly under the influence of winds also during  the summer.

Included in the price

Insurance of the yacht, wages and food for the crew, service on board
4 crew (skipper, cook, 2 x sailor). Additional crew such as hostess comes on request at extra charge. Fuel for maximum 4hrs sailing per day, using water, bed sheets and towels

Not included in the price

Extra meal (dinner) is optional on board 25 Eur
Children 0-2 years free, under 10 years 50% reduction
Personal insurance of the clients, sun towels, tips for the crew and all other personal expenses such as land tours transfer or accommodation if requested can be provided from Dalmagic.
Croatian port taxes and where demanded entrance to National Park fees

Payment conditions

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