Plan your next boating adventure on this beautiful Oceanis 41 ft sail boat charter. This is the best way to explore Montenegro from the water. Cruising from Tivat on a sail yacht rental from Sailo is a wonderful experience you should not miss when visiting Montenegro!
Year of Build 2014
Water Tanks 530 l
Fuel Tanks 200 l
Holding tank 1 x 80 l
Displacement 8 777 kg
Length 41 ft/ 11.97 m
Length Overall 12.43 m
Draft 2.18 m
Engine (SaiWrive) Yanmar 40 hp
Hull Beam 4.20 m
Toilets - Showers 2
Berths: Cabins/Saloon 6 / 2
Sails: Batten main sail 41 m2, Roller genoa 42.10 m2
Deck: Fenders, Mooring lines, Bimini. Sprayhood, Teak floor in cockpit, Cockpit shower. Cockpit speakers, Cockpit table, Dinghy, Electric anchor windglass, Additional anchor, Electric winch, Snorkeling gear set, Bath platform
Navigation: GPS chartplotter B&G 12 (1), Multifunction display B&G (2). Depth sounder, Autopilot, Speed log, Windex, VHF with MS, Portable VHF, Full sets of charts, Adriatic sea pilot, Binoculars, Navtex
Safety: Liferaft, Lifejackets, First aid kit, Fire extinguisher, Fire plant, Thermo protective aid, EPIRB
Additional Equipment: Audio (USB, AUX, Bluetooth), Hot water, Electric fridge (1), Manual toilet (2), Galley. Gas stove, Oven, inverter 12V / 220V. 220v sockets
Prices include skipper, fuel, insurance, necessary set of rescue and navigation equipment, maps, bed linen, towels, masks and fins, inflatable boat, gas for sailing yachts.
Prices will vary by season and duration. Please inquire directly through "Message Owner" for exact pricing.
Usually this boat operates around Tivat, ME.
Croatia’s second city, Split is a fantastic blend of maritime history and laid back urban vibes. Often overlooked by Dubrovnik, Split actually makes the perfect base to rent a boat and explore the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. And with a palm fringed, sea facing promenade, and some of the most popular Croatian islands on its doorstep, you’ll see why this city is quickly catching up with it’s more glamorous neighbor.
The city of Split has plenty to keep visitors occupied for more than a few days, especially history buffs.