Sailing Yacht: Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 509 (Super Premium Line **** (2012)
Berths / Cabins: 12(10+2) / 5 cab.
Price per person: 350€ / 1490 PLN with VAT (DEPOSIT FOR THE YACHT IS NOT CHARGED)
Available places: 5 (BOOKING 70€ / 290 PLN)
Date and Port of Disembarkation: 07/05/16 to 9:00 PM Sukosan, Dalmacjia Marina
|1 th Day (Saturday)||(Embarkation) Sukosan – Zdrelac Bay|
|2nd Day (Sunday)||Zdrelac Bay – Primosten|
|3rd Day (Monday)||Primosten – Komiza (Vis Island)|
|4th Day (Tuesday)||Komiza – Hvar city (Hvar island)
Alternatively: Pakleni Islands, ACI Marina Palmizana
|5th Day (Wednesday)||Hvar – Maslinica Bay (Solta Island)
Alternatively: Sesula Bay (Solta Island)
|6th Day (Thursday)||Maslinica Bay – Sibenik
Alternatively: Zlarin Island
|7th Day (Friday)||Sibenik – Sukosan|
|8th Day (Saturday)||(Disembarkation)|
The route may vary depending on: weather conditions the condition of crew port infrastructure, for reasons beyond the skipper (eg. yacht failure)
Zdrelac is a settlement on the island of Pasman. It was established around the church sv. Luke (St. Luke) and extended onto a few bays and surrounding hills. Zdrelac is located in a place where intersect sea routes leading to nearby islands and the archipelago kornatskiego. Zdrelac is located 16.75 km from Tkon and 13.60 km from the village of Preko on the island Ugljan. It is an attractive destination for boaters and water sports enthusiasts. Over the sea strait that separates the island of Ugljan and Pasman in 1973 they built the bridge with a length of 210 m, which features a large housing estate weekend. The large bay next to the strait is anchorage for many boats on the way to the Kornati ashore. The inhabitants are mainly engaged in agriculture, fishing, cultivating olives and vineyards and tourism, and accommodation can be found in private apartments and rooms. In the village is a city beach Matlovac, partly Cemented and partly sandy. On the beach there are cafes where you can quench your thirst and enjoy paszman channel.
Primošten – Croatia’s most beautifully situated city
One of the many picturesque towns of Croatia is situated Primosten, which was founded in the sixteenth century, and its name comes from the word „premostiti„, or „flip through the bridge„. Located on a small peninsula town is best admired from the road leading from Zadar to Split.
Seen from above, impresses the most contrast buildings in various shades of orange in color with turquoise Adriatic Sea. The charm of the village also add extensive vineyards that are candidates for inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The largest beach Primoštenu is Raduča, and its part – Mala Raduča is regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia.
Komiza is a town located in the western part of the island of Vis in the bay full of beaches with picturesque views of the open sea. Nearby are the islands of Hvar and Korcula. Typical, shiny white, Dalmatian houses, numerous monuments and a very strong, visible at every step fishing tradition its specific character. The island has a unique atmosphere and unique Dalmatian architecture. A place for people seeking a total escape from civilization, who value their independence and freedom lovers on your own to explore new and interesting places.
The island of Hvar (Croatia) is called the queen of the Dalmatian islands. It is the longest island in Croatia (68 km), „drowning in the Sun” (the sun shines here for 2,722 hours a year). Since ancient times is well known for its strategic location, wealth, interesting history, cultural and natural attractions abound especially in the summer.
Not without reason it is said that Hvar is one of the most attractive islands in the world. Its beauty and exotic plantations captivate fig and olive, cypress trees, pine nuts and vineyards. The crystal clear sea has several shades of blue, from bright ultramarine, the sapphire, turquoise, and dark navy blue. During the trip, keep an eye out in the water of starfish, crabs, schools of fish and underwater meadows.
The biggest city and also the capital of the island is Hvar – it was founded in the thirteenth century. By the Venetians remained among Wenecjan.Po Clock tower and the cathedral. Stefan. Before the three-nave Baroque temple extends Pjaca – surrounded by pubs, bay open to the square of the bright, polished stones.
Centennial grind walls of the city, different era, especially renaissance, have shaped its image. Monuments in the monuments, monuments on monuments, the town of Hvar is a diamond hidden in time.
Maslinica is the only village on the western side of the island of Solta, which has its own archipelago of seven islands: Balkun, Rudula, Grmej, Stipanska, Saskinja, Polebrnjak, and Kamičić. This archipelago is a favorite destination for sailors and divers. You can apparently see the most beautiful sunset. Maslinica is located next to the bay Sesula with two restaurants, great areas for divers, beloved by sailors. The city beach of Punta is suitable for families, but there are also things that allow you to have fun. At the end of the seventeenth century, three brothers filed a request for the establishment of settlements in the bay. A few years ago, the castle was restored and converted into a luxury hotel and restaurant, and the town became the center of Maslinica sailing. With land has a connection via 9 km away Rogač, and from there ferry to Split.
Sibenik, at the mouth of the river Krka, the central Dalmatian town center; Located between Zadra and Split, on the Dalmatian stone rocky slopes. City stone houses and streets, the city with one of the most developed archipelagos, before which extend numerous islands (accommodation and the rest of the island), islands, bays, clear sea.
Sibenik among the first in Europe had waterworks and electrical lighting even before the city of Vienna or Paris … Today the city and areas deep in the Dalmatian region are full of spirit, song and wine. This is certainly a destination worth visiting.
Transport to / from Croatia:
Ryanair – (options with a change in Dusseldorf Weeze, Frankfurt Hahn, London Stansted, EastMidlands, Liverpool, Brussels, Stockholm)
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Car / Bus
In the marina is a paid parking. You can also leave your car / bus on a few „unofficial” private car parks next to the marina, they are about half cheaper. The cost of parking is (30- 50EUR / week) by car / bus. Embarkation from 5:00 AM 30/04/16
Schedule and terms of payment:
Price per person for cruise: 350€ / 1490 PLN (DEPOSIT FOR THE YACHT IS NOT CHARGED)
Non-refundable ENTRY FEE (70€ / 290 PLN), payable upon booking!
The first installment (140€ / 600 PLN) payable to 12/02/16
The second installment (140€ / 600 PLN) payable to 25/03/16
Payment by bank transfer in PLN
SWIFT (BIC): BREXPLPWMBK
SORT CODE / No: 11402004
IBAN: PL 76 1140 2004 0000 3402 7603 2281
Payment by bank transfer in EUR
IBAN: PL 72 1140 2004 0000 3412 0388 8278
If necessary the bank address:
mBank S.A. FORMERLY BRE BANK S.A. (RETAIL BANKING), al. Piłsudskiego 3, 90-368 Łódź
In the title, insert: „CROATIA / LONG MAY WEEKEND 2016″
PAYMENT DATE OF ENTRY FEE DETERMINES PRIORITY OF BERTH/CABIN CHOICE !
1 place on the yacht
Care of an experienced skipper
Wi-Fi Internet on board
Transit-log (yacht cleaning after the cruise)
Deposit insurance (does not cover damage on dinghy and outboard !)
Tourist tax (including interest)
Price does not include:
Transport to / from Croatia
Outboard dinghy (8€/pers/cruise) (OPTIONAL!)
„Starter Pack”: (100€/pers/cruise) (PAYABLE OBLIGATORY!)
„Starter Pack” price is given on the day of preparing an offer and may vary!
„Starter Pack” is settled on the spot after a cruise at current prices!
Skippers are exempt from the „Starter Pack”!
Spending own on-site (admission tickets at the monuments, national parks, and any personal expenses, etc.)
„STARTER PACK” (100€/pers/cruise)
PAYABLE IN CASH IN (EUR) AT EMBARKATION CREW OF A YACHT IN Dalmacija Marina Bibinje-Sukošan
Full board on the yacht during the cruise
Port charges for mooring in the marinas
DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Extra meals and alcoholic or soft drinks
Other personal expenses including stimulants
After cruise skipper issues opinion honored by Polish Yachting Associoation (PYA) certifying marine trainee and for raising qualifications