Prices (per day)

  • Pacha

    1 master cabin
    2 double cabins
    1 triple cabin
    Total: 4 cabins
    Max: 9 guests

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    Cabin facilities: 24 Hour Hot Water, A/C, En-Suite Bathroom, Shower Cubicles in Bathrooms


    Price includes

    - Fuel
    - Crew services
    - Local VAT
    - Yacht insurance

     Price doesn’t include

    - Food and drinks
    - Port fees and taxes
    - Airport transfers
    - Fuel and/or fee for motorised water toys such as jet-ski
    - Land excursions and entrance fees to sites
    - Crew gratuity


Croatian Gulet Pacha is an exceptionally luxurious gulet with top class facilities and outstanding service. A spacious and modern boat, it assures a 5 star holiday sailing around the Adriatic in style and comfort.

General Specifications

Yacht Category: M/S Gulet
Class: Exclusive
Length / Beam: 28m (92ft) / 6.7m (22ft)
Built / Refit: 2000
Capacity: 8+1
Departure Ports: Sibenik (Other ports with additional charges)
Max Speed: 11 knots
No. of Crew: 4


Accommodation Details

Cabins: 1 master, 2 doubles, 1 double (with an extra pullman bed).
Cabin Facilities: A/C, en-suite bathroom.
Saloon: Dining table, Bose music system, TV, Wi-fi
Kitchen: Fully equipped kitchen.


Activities & Recreation

Water Toys: BAT 440 + Yamaha 50 Tender, 2 seater Sea Doo jet ski, standing Sea Doo jet ski, water skis, ringo, paddle board, wakeboard, 2x sea kayak, snorkelling equipment, fishing tackle.
On Board: Playing cards, board games.


Food & Drink

APA: 7,500 EUR per week

Expenditure, such as food and drink and fuel, is covered by a prepayment called APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance). If expenditure is less than the APA, a refund will be given. In rare cases the spending will be more, in which case guests will need to pay the extra.

Prepayment / Cancellation

You’re required to pay a 50% deposit in order to secure your booking. For our full cancellation policy please see Terms & Conditions.


  • A/C
  • En-Suite Bathroom
  • 24 Hour Hot Water
  • Shower on Deck
  • Bar on Board
  • TV
  • Music System
  • Wi-Fi
  • Phone Charging Facilities
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Coffee Maker
  • Oven
  • BBQ / Grill
  • Board Games
  • Snorkeling Equipment
  • Fishing Equipment
  • Jet Ski
  • Water Ski
  • Canoe / Kayak
  • Wakeboard
  • Ringo
  • Shower Cubicles in Bathrooms

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Croatia is home to some of the most beautiful islands in the world. From Mljet and Hvar to Krk and Korčula, the islands scattered along the Dalmatian coast create the perfect natural routes for a great island hopping holiday. Be it with a new and modern luxury boat or with an authentic vintage wooden boat, sailing Croatia is the ultimate way to experience a Croatia holiday. Swim in the blue seas of Adriatic, soak up the sun, simply spend the day relaxing and visit stunning medieval towns of Croatia in the afternoon. Dubrovnik, Split, Hvar, Zadar and the breath taking Zlatni Rat Beach are just some of the highlights you’ll see on a Croatian holiday cruise.

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Dubrovnik once was described as “heaven on earth” by the famous writer George Bernard Shaw. Walking along the streets of this gorgeous medieval Croatian town takes you on a journey through time. For spectacular views of the old town Srđ mountain is the best place, which you can reach via a cable car. We recommend a walk through Stradun and on the famous city walls. Dubrovnik is one of the 10 best preserved medieval walled cities in the world.


Split is the second largest city of Croatia but also one of the oldest, dating back to 1700 years ago. That long history makes Split a spectacular city full of history and architectural monuments. The most famous of those is the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian, which also happens to be a UNESCO world heritage site. The city also benefits from an abundance of museums and galleries.


Hvar, also known as "the sunshine island" lives up to its name having one of the highest number of hours of sunlight on average in Europe. As a result of this warm climate, gorgeous lavender fields and vineyards are prevalent on the island. The famous Plavac Mali wine is a must try. Apart from its sunny climate and stunning beaches, Hvar is also famed for its spectacular night life.