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The Dalmatian Coast
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Charter Sailing Croatia

This vintage ketch-rigged motor-sailer
constructed with oak framing, mahogany planking, and teak decks was designed with a fast hull whether propelled by sail or by motor. She has recenly completed a major refit and seems new from stem to stern.

Charter Sailing Croatia

Technical Specifications:

Year Built: 1995
Year Refit: 2011
Length: 92 ft
Beam: 22 ft
Engine: 320 hp Leyland
Generator: 220v 18 kva
Water: 1,580 gal
Fuel: 680 gal
Sail Area: 3,870 sq ft
Cruising Speed: 9 kts

Sailing Dalmatian Coast


VHF Radio-Telephone
Cell Phone
Computer w/Internet Connection
Stereo Music System
Tender w/50 hp Outboard
Doughnuts, Water Skies
Snorkeling Equipment
Deep Freeze, Ice Maker

Sailing Dalmatian Coast

Charter Sailing Croatia


Bonaventura has a large salon opening onto a cushioned quarterdeck, the two affording both indoor and alfresco dining. A passage from the salon leads to six en-suite cabins, two with double and single bunks and four with double bunks. The cabin top supports twelve sun mattresses.

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