If you are looking to experience the beauty of the Adriatic sea on a modern, traditional gulet, then gulet Andjeo is the right gulet for you. It is a boat full of surprises. On the outside, it seems like a beautiful, well maintained gulet. However, once you see the interior, you will be convinced that you are standing in a top class modern yacht. One of the best maintained gulet on the Adriatic is newly refitted in 2009 and offers crew flexibility and will meet anyones standards and way of travel.
Guest cabin configuration: 1 master cabin, 4 double cabins
- Each of the cabins has wardrobe, 24 V/220 electricity, hair dryers, its own en-suite bathroom, home like, with shampoo, toilet paper, soap, shower: out of wall.
- Beach towels:1 per person per week
- Bathroom towels: 2 towels per person per week.
- Additional beach or bathroom towels: on request
- Bedding info: bedding sheets are included in price and can be changed 1 per week
- Air-condition: 24 hours/ day is included in the price.
Deck: The back of the ship has a hard top covered dining area with dining table and chairs, combined with a big cushioned sofa. The front of the boat features a large area with sun mattresses and comfortable sofa.
Salon areas: The salon is an exquisite combination of modern and traditional, with highly polished dark and light wood. The salon has a dining table and sofa, as well as the boat bar and the galley. The corridors lead to 4 cabins in the front of the ship and 1 cabin in the back. The cabins are unique, different from any other gulet in the Adriatic, with a very contemporary look and lovely decorated bathrooms
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.