Dubrovnik to Split cruise on gulet "GARDELIN"
Dubrovnik to Split cruise on gulet GARDELIN, also departing from Zadar, Sibenik or Trogir. Run by a family who have had a long tradition of sailing boats for a living, from fishing boats almost a century ago and now for the tourist industry. GARDELIN is one of our gulets with the largest capacity, sleeping up to 14 adults plus 3 children in 4 double cabin and 3 triple cabins (ideal for a couple with a young child). Routes can either be in Northern Dalmatia between Zadar and Trogir or the more southerly route between Split and Dubrovnik.
Specifications of gulet "Gardelin"
- Boat type: Gulet motor-sailor
- Built 1999. Refit 2014
- Length 27 metres
- Beam 6.7 metres
- Sail area 300 m²
- Teak deck
- Mahogony hull & furnishings
- VOLVO turbo diesel 360 hp engine
- Cruising speed 9 knots
- Fuel tank ? litres
- Freshwater tank ? litres
- Electricity Marina 220V
- Onboard ? kw generator - 12V/24V and 220V
- Navigation equipment: GPS
- Radar Simrad 20 NM
- Inflatable dinghy with ? hp outboard
- Star rating of accommodation ***
- Maximum capacity: 14+3 guests
- 4 double + 3 triple cabins for guests
- Lined with mahogony & red pine
- All cabins have en-suite WC/Shower
- All cabins have air-conditioning
- Large saloon, with dining tables and soft seating
- Large table on stern for eating outside
- Awnings for shading the bow & stern
- 14 sunbeds
- Deck shower
- Cook, to prepare the best Dalmatian cuisine
- Deck-hand to take care of all your needs
- Crew members speak good English
|Photo gallery & boat plan|
|Leisure & other equipment|
- Snorkeling equipment
- Fishing equipment
- Video & DVD player
- Fax & telephone
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Prices of gulet "Gardelin"
The full passenger capacity for the cruise is for 14 adults plus 3 children. The published prices below are for the cruise per week. There is no reduction in prices for groups smaller than the full capacity.
Cruises generally run from Saturday to Saturday, with check in on the first day being at 17h00, and check out on the last day being at 09h00.
The dates below are in day/month format
|2018 "Gardelin" charter prices - per week|
harbour fees & tourist taxes are not included in the price
|Low Season||Mid Season||High Season|
|28/04 - 16/06|
14/09 - 05/10
|16/06 - 14/07|
25/08 - 14/09
|14/07 - 25/08|
|We are currently offering an early booking discount of 5% on all available weeks in 2018,|
plus a further discount of 5% if you book two weeks or more.
|Meals prices - per person per week |
Breakfast & lunch
Breakfast, lunch & dinner
|50% discount for children aged 3-10, FREE for children aged 2 and under |
|Drinks can be purchased from the bar, or you can opt for the all-inclusive drinks package for an extra €100 per person with half-board meals. The offer includes unlimited tea, coffee, mineral water, sodas and Croatian produced beers, wines and spirits. |
Included in the price
Skipper & crew, passenger personal injury insurance (while on board the boat), water and electricity, bed linen, towels, unlimited air-conditioning, fuel for 4 hours cruising a day and use of all onboard equipment, including the tender and outboard motor for recreational purposes.
Additional dinners aboard, cocktails & drinks from the bar (if you haven't chosen the all-inclusive drinks option), National Park entrance fees, harbour fees, tourist taxes and use of tender for recreational purposes (water skiing, banana surfing, etc.). The amount you pay for harbour fees depends on the ports you are visiting, the time of year and the number of guests in your group. The average price for 14 guests during the mid season period will be in the region of €700 per the week, less in low season periods and more in high season periods.
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