Gulet Dolce Vita is a luxury class gulet perfect for sailing and exploring top nautical destinations in Croatia. Dolce Vita has 5 highly decorated and equipped guest cabins providing accommodation for up to 10 persons aboard. Air conditioning is available throughout the yacht whereas all cabins have TV, minibar, DVD system, individual remote controlled air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms.
Spacious salon is divided into a dining area, lounge area and a bar. The interior areas are also equipped with CD stereo music system and Wi-Fi Internet. Outdoor areas of gulet Dolce Vita are equally inviting, there is a very accommodating stern deck with cushioned leisure sofa and an amazing dining area covered by a large sun tent. The outdoor dining area consists of two dining tables with more sofas and chairs and is an ideal place to indulge in fresh seafood and other sophisticated culinary experiences prepared by the chef on board. Another great outdoor area is a bow deck that has cosy sun mattresses, two cushioned benches with cocktail tables and a Jacuzzi for the ultimate relaxing aboard. There is also a good selection of water sports equipment including windsurf, canoes, speedboat, fishing and snorkelling gear whereas water ski and Jet Ski are optional.
A variety of special programs may be organized should the clients require so, such as diving cruises with special diving packages, naturist cruises and cruising for seniors on selected routes. Dolce Vita is fully crewed with 5 professional crew members that will create the perfect environment for relaxing sailing moments. Combining a delightful fusion of tradition, exquisite style and comfort, gulet Dolce Vita is the ultimate choice for your sailing holiday on the Adriatic coast.
Notes: In addition to the charter rate it will be required to pay in advance directly to the yacht owner the APA or Advance Provisioning Allowance is paid in advance directly to the boat owners (approximately 1/3 of the charter price). APA includes all costs that may occur during the charter (docking, food and drinks for guests on board, fuel, transfers, etc.). Any APA not used will be returned to the guests at the end of the charter. On the other hand, if expenses exceed the APA (maybe excessive nautical miles so higher fuel costs, requests of specific wines, etc.) the guests are expected to reimburse the yacht owner before leaving the yacht on disembarkation.