Discover secluded beaches and hidden lagoons with Quo Vadis I, or simply unwind under the sun’s rays
Indulge in the spacious accommodations of Quo Vadis I, offering ample space for up to 8 guests
Seamlessly integrated features await, ensuring your complete onboard comfort
Experience her shallow draft which allows you to navigate shallow waters and hug picturesque shorelines
Dive into excitement with an array of water toys and accessories
Accommodation in the yacht
Use of water toys
Bed linen and towels
APA (40% of the net charter fee)
Explore the allure of the Italian-designed Feretti 76, M/Y Quo Vadis I, as she gracefully navigates at 20 knots, inviting you to embark on an extraordinary journey along Croatia’s coastal wonders and captivating islands. Anchored in Seget, conveniently close to Split, this vessel offers a seamless blend of speed and scenic exploration.
With a masterful design that promises swift cruising, Quo Vadis I boasts a high level of reliability, complemented by a seasoned crew dedicated to ensuring your comfort and relaxation. Let their expertise guide you through a memorable voyage, enriched by tailor-made itineraries and must-see recommendations.
Indulge in a 4-cabin layout, offering a tranquil haven for your stay. Take advantage of the expansive flybridge, a versatile space for socializing day and night, as you bask in the company of family and friends.
Quo Vadis I presents the ideal canvas for crafting an unforgettable holiday, capturing the essence of speed, comfort, and camaraderie against the backdrop of Croatia’s coastal splendor and alluring islands.
Nestled in the center of Dalmatia, Split presents a seamless blend of age-old and modern cultures, accompanied by a plethora of historical marvels to uncover, notably the awe-inspiring Diocletian’s Palace. Moreover, the city showcases an array of lively markets and stylish dining establishments, providing guests the opportunity to indulge in tantalizing local cuisine.
Embarking on a yacht charter provides an impeccable chance to delve into the captivating allure and storied past of Korčula Island. The island’s notable landmarks, such as St. Mark’s Cathedral and the Marco Polo House, are a delight for aficionados of history. Meanwhile, the island’s picturesque beaches, notably the enchanting Vela Pržina with its pristine waters and sandy expanse, offer a haven for swimming and basking in the sun’s embrace. For those in search of serenity, hidden coves like Pupnatska Luka await your discovery.
A visit to Mljet Island’s National Park is essential for those who cherish nature, as it showcases two tranquil saltwater lakes nestled amidst awe-inspiring landscapes. Saplunara Beach, with its inviting white sands and pristine, transparent waters, beckons beach lovers to indulge. The island’s innate beauty, coupled with its historical import, forms an ideal terrain for history aficionados to uncover and appreciate.
Located close to Dubrovnik, the Elaphiti Islands form a petite archipelago. Consisting of thirteen islands, of which merely three are inhabited, the Elaphiti Islands have made their mark with their sandy shores, translucent waters, and concealed alcoves. Among these, Šipan Island stands adorned with a quaint fishing village, enriched by historical churches and delightful local gastronomy. Meanwhile, Koločep Island, aglow with mesmerizing azure hues, proudly hosts the renowned Blue Cave, a site of undeniable allure that beckons every adventurer.
Located in the southern region of Croatia, Dubrovnik emerges as a captivating coastal town steeped in profound historical and cultural importance. Choosing a yacht charter unveils a chance to behold the city’s enchanting medieval edifices, stroll along its time-honored defensive wall, and delve into the illustrious Dubrovnik Cathedral. Throughout this journey, travelers may also chance upon vibrant markets and animated street artists, providing a glimpse into the authentic local way of life.
Once we verify the availability of your selected yacht and your booking is confirmed, you will be provided with a MYBA charter agreement. MYBA, representing the Mediterranean Yacht Broker Association, establishes the benchmarks that all industry participants must follow. This assures you the flawless service you desire. The agreement will encompass any extra fees and taxes relevant to your chosen itinerary as well.
APA stands for Advanced Provisioning Allowance. It is a prepayment that accounts for any extra costs incurred throughout your charter week. These costs may include fuel, marina fees, onboard meals, water toy usage, services, and more. As outlined in the MYBA agreement, the APA typically ranges from 30% to 40% of the total price. If, by the conclusion of your voyage, you haven’t utilized the entire sum, you will receive a refund for the remaining amount. Conversely, if your expenses surpass the initial prepayment, you will need to settle the difference before concluding your journey.
Starting from your initial contact, we collaborate closely with you to understand your desires and preferences, crafting an itinerary that aligns with your vision. However, it’s important to consider any potential constraints of your chosen yacht and take heed of the captain’s guidance. Keep in mind that yacht voyages are influenced by factors such as weather conditions and marina availability. Despite these variables, we consistently strive to ensure your utmost satisfaction.
Securing yacht charters shortly before or during the season can prove to be exceedingly challenging. To mitigate the possibility of missing out on your desired vessel or preferred dates, we recommend aiming to make your reservation at least 6 months ahead of time.
Croatia, known for its Mediterranean climate, presents a generous timeframe for your yacht charter visit. For a more moderate climate and fewer crowds, the spring or fall seasons are recommended. While summer experiences the highest influx of visitors, cruising during other periods can provide equally delightful experiences, if not more so.
Although not mandated by any formal agreement, gratuities are generally expected. A customary practice involves offering a gratuity of around 10% to 15% of the charter fee to the captain, who will then distribute it amongst the entire crew based on their contributions and service quality. If you like, you can tip every crew member separately.
As of January 2023, Croatia transitioned from the Kuna to the Euro. While it’s advisable to have some cash on hand for onboard payments, most establishments in the country offer card payment options. In cases where card payment isn’t available, you’ll find ATMs readily accessible for your convenience.
The crew possesses a grasp of English and can effectively communicate with you. Additionally, several crew members are proficient in multiple languages, including Spanish, Italian, German, and more. Should you have specific language preferences, feel free to inform us, and we’ll strive to accommodate your needs appropriately.
In the event that you’re unable to locate a yacht that matches your criteria on our website, please know that we’re here to help. Our team of professionals is committed to regularly updating our selection with the finest and most up-to-date choices. However, if you’re still unable to uncover the ideal yacht that aligns with your desires, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Share your preferences, and we will go the extra mile to identify an alternative option that caters to your requirements and ensures an exceptional cruising experience for you.
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