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Gulet Vila Vrgade

A smaller gulet for 8 people

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Technical specifications

Year: 2014
Length Over All: 20m
Beam: 5.50m
Draft: 2.20m
Engine: Iveco aifo diesel 170 kw / 2005g
Fuel tank: 2000l
Water tank: 2500l
Posibility of sailing: Yes
Sunny Deck (m2): Yes
Crew NO: 2
Captain: Yes
Chef: Yes

Accommodation

Air Condition: Yes
Electricity Voltage: 12/24/220
Beach towels: Yes
Cabin cleaning: daily
No. of cabins: 4
Toilet (home, vacum, jump): en suite bathroom
Showers: Yes
TV in cabin: No
Separate crew quarters: Yes

Leisure Equipment

Waterskiing: Yes
Donut Ride: Yes
Snorkeling Equipment: Yes
Fishing equipment: Yes
Dinghy: 50KS

Saloon Equipment

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

Pricelist for 2016. - Gulet Vila Vrgade

Period A 25.07.-22.8. 8800€ per week
Period B 11.7.-25.7; 22.8.-5.9. 8000€ per week
Period C 27.6.-11.7.; 5.9.-19.9. 7000€ per week
Period D 13.6.-27.6.; 6500€ per week
Period E 23.5.-13.6.; 19.9-3.10. 6000€ per week
Period D 2.5.-23.5.; 3.10.-1.11. 5500€ per week
Period E 4.4.-2.5. 5000€ per week
Half board (breakfast/lunch) 250€
Full board (breakfast/lunch/dinner) 350€
All inclusive PP   150€ per person per week
All inclusive Soft drink package   80€ per person per week

Payment conditions

50% upon reservationž
50% balance payment
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