Gulet Lotus was built in 2006 by Huzur Yat - one of the finest Turkish shipyards when it comes to luxury yachts building.  This boutique gulet was built for a private owner, a passionate wealthy sailor who decided to sell it in 2018, as he couldn’t find enough time in his busy schedule to enjoy on his beloved yacht. During 12 years of his ownership, the main engine of the yacht had less than 300 working hours.

In August 2018, the yacht was purchased by Croatian owner to be introduced as a new entry to luxury yacht charter market in Croatia for the season 2019.  

Cabins: 2 Kings, 1 Double, 1 Twin

Lotus

Built: 2006
LOA: 27 m
Beam: 6.55 m
Type: Gulet
Cruising Speed: 10 knots
Guests: 8
Cabins: 4
Crew: 4

The moment you step on board this magnificent yacht, relaxation and chilling seem as inevitable, if not the only possible attitude to the world around you.

PRICE INCLUDES:

Accommodation for maximum 8 guests in 4 cabins, fuel for 4 h of the engine work daily, generator work 24/7, fuel for tender transfers to/from the yacht, use of recreational equipment  (SUP, kayak, snorkeling gear), crew of 4 and their expenses, insurance of the yacht, re-positioning of the yacht to Dubrovnik for embarkation/disembarkation when possible, Wi – Fi, VAT of 13%

BEVERAGE OPTIONS

  • A) Beverages on yacht bar only – by bar price list, in this option clients are not allowed to bring their own beverages on board.
  • B) All inclusive domestic package - includes Croatian quality wines, beers, spirits, soft drinks, natural and mineral water, coffee, tea, juices – 210 € pax / week.
  • C) All inclusive dom. non alcoholic package – 105 € pax/week.
  • D) Beverages completely supplied by clients - cost service of beverages: 700 €/week

FOOD OPTIONS

  • Half board: 350 € pax/week (breakfast + lunch or dinner)
  • Full board: 560 € pax/week (breakfast + lunch + dinner)
  • Discounts on food options for children: from 0-2 years of age free of charge, from 2-10 years of age -50% discount
  • from 10 - 12 years of age - 30% discount
  • Extra meal charge: 45 € pax / meal.


EXTRA COSTS 

  • It can be prepaid as APA (Advance provisioning allowance)
  • Port, marina fees and anchorages, entrances for National Parks and Parks of Nature.
  • WATER SPORTS: Personal watercraft 150 €/h, Sea scooter 100 €/h,
  • Fuel consumption for watersports that require dinghy (waterski and donut ride)
  • Delivery Fee for embarkation / disembarkation in any other port except base port, if „empty leg“ caused. There is no extra charge for one way from Split to Dubrovnik or vice versa.
  • Any other costs not specifically mentioned as included.

NOTE: 

  • APA (Advance provisioning allowance) to be paid as a wire transfer to shipping agent's account. Shipping agent fee of 2% will be deducted from the APA.

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