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Tuesday, 20 December 2011 15:02

Bavaria 50(YY-002)

  Ref YY-002   Base Gocek  
  Year 2007   Price click here  
  LOA 15.43 m   Main Sail Furling  
  Beam 4.45 m   Genoa Furling  
  Draft 2.00 m   Engine Volvo 75 HP  
  Cabins 5 cabins   Fuel Tank 320 lt  
  Berths 10 berths   Water Tank 730 lt  
  Heads 3        
  Extras  Autopilot, Bimini, Dinghy with 2 HP Outboard  
Tuesday, 20 December 2011 14:56

Jeanneau 53(EG-001)

  Ref EG-001   Base Gocek  
  Year 2010   Price click here  
  LOA 16.00 m   Main Sail Classic  
  Beam 4.77 m   Genoa Furling  
  Draft 2.25 m   Engine Yanmar 110 HP  
  Cabins 5 cabins   Fuel Tank 240 lt  
  Berths 12 berths   Water Tank 950 lt  
  Heads 4        
  Extras  Charter Plotter, Radar  
Monday, 19 December 2011 22:54

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Luxurious sailing yacht with guaranteed charter income is for sale.  The yacht had a complete refit in 2008. In excellent condition, better than new.

The owner is anxious to sell. Please feel free to bring your offers!

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Monday, 19 December 2011 22:38

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Monday, 19 December 2011 22:15

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Monday, 19 December 2011 21:45

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Monday, 19 December 2011 21:11

Oceanis 54(YY-001)

  Ref YY-001   Base Marmaris  
  Year 2010   Price click here  
  LOA 16.70 m   Main Sail Furling  
  Beam 4.90 m   Genoa Furling  
  Draft 2.30 m   Engine Yanmar 110 HP  
  Cabins 4+1 cabins   Fuel Tank 474 lt  
  Berths 11 berths   Water Tank 970 lt  
  Heads 4        
  Extras  Charter Plotter, Autopilot, Bimini  
Saturday, 17 December 2011 23:51

Croatia / Pula - Trogir

Day 1: Embarkation to the yacht in Pula.  Situated near the base of the Istrian peninsula, Pula is the largest city in Istria. One of the most famous sights in the whole of Croatia is the Roman amphitheatre, which has been well preserved. 

Day 2:  Sailing to Cres.  The island of Cres, by size the second island in the Adriatic, is located in the northern part of the Bay of Kvarner. Its southern part, i.e. the town of Osor, is linked to the island of Lošinj by a trestle bridge. Cres is a hilly island and offers a unique view of the Bay of Kvarner which will not leave anyone indifferent. The fresh water lake of Vrana deserves attention as an unusual natural phenomenon.

Day 3: Sailing to Ilovik.  The only settlement on the island, on the north-eastern coast in the lee from the north-eastern wind due to the neighboring islet of Sveti Petar, is the village called Ilovik. The village has an environmental value.  The position of Ilovik is very nice, it is situated in a small bay protected from the north by the islet of St. Peter on which there is the local cemetery. The sea along the shore is shallow and not far from the village there is a sandy beach, as well as on St. Peter’s islet. The island has two shops, a post office and a tavern. Enjoy the quietness and solitary of a small island, as well as the excellent fish restaurant right on the waterfront. You can spend the night in the port.

Day 4: Sailing to Molat Island & Zapuntel.  The Molat Island is situated in the northern part of Zadar's archipelago. It is southeast of the island of Ist, separated from it by the Zapuntel strait. The villages of Molat, Zapuntel and Brgulje are situated in the interior of the island; coastal hamlets developed around their piers. The peace, silence, secret beaches and numerous hidden bays for temporary anchorage and necessary minimum of infrastructures guarantees a stay far away from usual cruising.

Day 5: Sailing to Kukljica.  It is a picturesque fishing village on the island of Ugljan. Its thick pine wood, lovely beaches, crystal clear sea and a lot of sun combine to make a perfect stopover.  Kukljica is usually known as the "gateway to the Telašæica Nature Park and the Kornati National Park ".  

Day 6: Sailing to Telascica Bay.  One of the most attractive parts of the island is Telascica Bay in the southwest, which has been placed under protection as a park of nature. As a natural extension of Kornati National Park, Telascica is an 8,200 meter-long bay to the south of Dugi otok, which is the subject of many myths and legends.

Day 7: Sailing to the Kornati Archipelagos.  Kornati National Park, which includes a bigger part of Kornati archipelago, covers an area of 218 km sq. and consists of 89 islands, islets and reefs. An impressive contrast between bare, almost desert like land and a rich and erogenous underwater world is the best feature of the area. The fascinating crowns on the islands facing the open sea, remarkable geomorphology of the land, but also the magnificent scenery, the mystical submarine world and amazing harmony of nature and man that inhabits the area are only a few of the numerous priceless properties adorning this region.

Day 8: Sailing to Trogir - Disembarkation in Trogir.  We recommend disembarking in Trogir instead of Split. It is only about 20’ away from the airport of Split...

Saturday, 17 December 2011 23:45

Croatia / Dubrovnik - Split/Trogir

Day 1: Dubrovnik.  Embarkation to the yacht in Dubrovnik, the jewel of the Dalmatian coast, girded in 9th century walls that rise cheerily from the water's edge. Dubrovnik is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe and miraculously escaped serious damage in the recent war. Within the ancient fortifications is a labyrinth of alleyways and a striking Renaissance boulevard called the 'Stradun.' Dubrovnik is not only beautiful, it is an architectural marvel. This medieval walled city is over 1,000 years old and virtually untouched by the modern world. Dubrovnik has been listed as a city-monument on the UNESCO cultural heritage register. Particular sights of interest include the oldest pharmacy in Europe, located in the Friars Minor monastery (1317). 

Day 2: Dubrovnik – Mljet (25 nm).  Mljet is situated 25 nm from Dubrovnik. It is a green paradise, unique in the Mediterranean because of its environment. As a consequence of the rising sea level, two beautiful salt lakes were created on the island: Veliko and Malo Jezero, which are surrounded by luxuriant pine and oak woods. Because of its extraordinary beauty, this part of the island was proclaimed a national park in 1960.

Day 3: Mljet - Korcula (30 nm)  Korcula contains many monuments dating from its days under Venetian rule. It was the home of famed traveler Marco Polo. His house may be visited - though little remains but his garden and a staircase to the tower from which he is presumed to have gazed out on the world and deemed it a place to explore. An interesting feature in Korcula is the manner in which its streets were re-built in the thirteenth century. Most of the lanes run west to east in order to block out the northeastern Bora, a cold and powerful wind that at times stirs up the Adriatic while allowing the gentle Mistral breezes from another direction to air-condition the town.  On the island of Korcula (pronounced "kor-chew-la"), exploration is more than a pastime, its heritage. For tourists wanting to follow Polo's footsteps closer to home, the explorer's birthplace is near the almost 700-year-old Saint Peter's Church, another popular sightseeing destination.

Day 4: Korcula - Vis (25 nm)  Island Vis, the beauty of limpid waters and protected submarine world rich with sunken ships and magic marine images that has been hidden for years.  Vis is the most westerly of the larger Croatian islands and the oldest established town in Dalmatia, founded in 397 B.C. by the ruler of Sicily, Dionysus - the Latin name for the island is Issa. In World War II, the island was major base for British troops stationed there and there is a British military cemetery on the island. After 1945, Vis was closed to tourism by the Yugoslav army and only reopened when Croatia declared its independence in 1990. Some of the most exclusive wines in Croatia are produced there, such as Plavac and Vugava. 

Day 5: Vis - Sibenik (40 nm) Today, you will leave the yacht to spend the day exploring the amazing Krka National Park. This area of outstanding natural beauty boasts countless inter-connected lakes and waterfalls with the opportunity of short boat tours or walks around the many bridges and footpaths. The Franciscan monastery of Visovac located in the middle of one of the lakes makes a picturesque visit.

Day 6: Sibenik - Kornati (10 nm)  Kornati National Park, which includes a bigger part of Kornati archipelago, covers an area of 218 km sq. and consists of 89 islands, islets and reefs. An impressive contrast between bare, almost desert like land and a rich and erogenous underwater world is the best feature of the area. The fascinating crowns on the islands facing the open sea, remarkable geomorphology of the land, but also the magnificent scenery, the mystical submarine world and amazing harmony of nature and man that inhabits the area are only a few of the numerous priceless properties adorning this region.

Day 7: Kornati - Split(or Trogir) (40 nm).  Split is the second largest city in Croatia. It is located on the coast in the South of the country. It is a very old and beautiful town and it is also an excellent base for water sports such as sailing or windsurfing. Obviously, the most important sight is big Diocletian's palace.  In town center, you may spend the last evening of your holiday doing some shopping and enjoying the restaurants, bars, cafes ashore.

 

Saturday, 17 December 2011 23:27

Greece / Athens - Athens

Day 1:  Athens – Kea( 50 nm) Kea is an exceptionally picturesque island. On the south side of Nikolaos Bay - which was a pirate stronghold in the 13th c. - is the little port of Korissia, built on the side of ancient Korissia. There are remains of the ancient town walls and a Sanctuary of Apollo. The famous lion - carved from the native rock in the 6th c. BCE - can be seen just north-east of Kea town. Another highlight is the beautiful anchorage of Poleis.  Vourkari is a small bay with many traditional taverns, small shops and bars and is certainly worth a visit.

Day 2: Kea – Mykonos(58 nm)  The most popular island of Cyclades Group, famous from the international jet set visitors and the celebrating atmosphere which is overarching the island. A very active night-life in combination with beautiful beaches and excellent restaurants.  

Day 3: Mykonos – Paros (27 nm)Paros is considered as one of the most beautiful island of the Cyclades. Three bays cut deep inland - in the west the sheltered Paroikia Bay, with the island's capital that serves as the main sailing port. In the north the bay which shelters the little town of Naoussa, which in Roman times was the island's main port for the shipment of Lychnites marble; and in the east the flat Marmara bay.  Paros is also known in Greece for its ideal weather conditions for windsurfing.

Day 4: Paros – Ios(36 nm)  Ios is a small island in the heart of the Cyclades. It is said to be the island of youth, where young people from all over the world meet and enjoy their summers. Ios is famous for its vivid nightlife with an uncountable number of bars, cafés, clubs and restaurants and for its beaches with crystal clear water. The little port of Ios, with the domed Church of Ayia Irini (17th c.) lies in a sheltered bay on the west coast of the island. One kilometre up the fertile Kato Kampos Valley, conspicuously and picturesquely situated on the hillside, is the chief place on the island, Ios.

Day 5: Ios – Santorini(Thira) (30 nm). Many reasons have made this island famous worldwide. Its great wines, the international and local cuisine but most of all, the villages which are situated on cliffs and offer breathtaking view over the submerged volcano. The island also has impressive beaches with the sand of tour choice: black, red or white! Thira together with the smaller islands of Thirasia and Aspro are part of a volcanic crater, which has been engulfed by the sea. In the centre are the Kammeni islands, the cones of later volcanoes, which came into being in historical times. Hot springs and emissions of gas bear witness to continuing volcanic activity.

Day 6: Santorini-Kythnos (90 nm).Kythnos or Thermia is an unspoiled island.  The coast is much indented - with many beautiful anchorages and ports - and for the most part falls steeply down to the sea. The two charming inland villages, Chora (Kythnos town) and the lively little Dryopis, can best be visited by scooter or bike. The two main ports are Mericha and Loutra. Mericha - only minutes sailing away from the oddly shaped Sandbar Bay - is the smaller of the two. Loutra on the north-east nowadays even has a new harbour with new moles providing the best protection from the Meltemi on the island.

Day 7: Kythnos – Athens (54 nm). Athens is the Capital of Greece. Within the sprawling city of Athens it is easy to imagine the golden age of Greece when Pericles had the Parthenon (the most eminet monument of the ancient Greek architecture) built.Athens is built around the Acropolis and the pinnacled crag of Mt. Lycabettus, which the goddess Athena was said to have dropped from the heavens as a bulwark to defend the city. The suburbs have covered the barren plain in all directions and the city is packed with lively taverns and bustling shops.
 
Day 8: Disembarkation in Athens.